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Under the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997 and the Fourth Schedule of Anti-Terrorism Act 1997 on January 31, Hafiz Saeed and his four aides, Abdullah Ubaid, Malik Zafar Iqbal, Abdul Rehman Abid and Qazi Kashif Hussain, were detained by the Punjab government for 90 days.
  • Militant, soldier killed as infiltration bid foiled in Keran sector: Army

    Militant, soldier killed as infiltration bid foiled in Keran sector: Army

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    He added that a soldier was killed during the encounter while two others sustained injuries. Srinagar-based army spokesperson, Colonel Rajesh Kalia said army men foiled an infiltration bid of militants in Keran sector of Kupwara today. Of the 115 foreign terrorists, 66 terrorists were killed near the LoC (Line of Control) while infiltrating. Sources said additional reinforcements of army's paratroopers have been rushed to the spot and searches are underway.
  • Hamas, Fatah call for elections by end of 2018

    Hamas, Fatah call for elections by end of 2018

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    Fatah is insisting on overturning the Palestinian consensus during talks in Cairo and impose its own agenda in an attempt to avoid discussing strategic issues such as elections, the unity government, security, PLO and social reconciliation, Al-Resalah newspaper reported yesterday.
  • Texas congressman apologizes for leaked nude selfie

    Texas congressman apologizes for leaked nude selfie

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    Rep. Joe BartonJoe Linus BartonGOP nears deal on list of demands for DACA GOP lawmaker calls for vote on DREAM Act More than a dozen lawmakers put family on campaign payroll MORE (R-Texas) is apologizing for not using "better judgment" after a nude photo of him surfaced on social media earlier this week, The Texas Tribune reported Wednesday.
  • Facebook Will Show Americans What Russian Posts They Read

    Facebook Will Show Americans What Russian Posts They Read

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    USA lawmakers called the announcement a positive step. Facebook says it's trying to be more transparent around how Russian agents used the social network to meddle with last year's USA election. Facebook has announced a new policy for the end of the year: When it comes to Russian Federation, digital ads serve you. Facebook had said the ads and accounts "appeared to focus on amplifying divisive social and political messages across the ideological spectrum - touching on topics from LGBT ...
  • National Park Service Extends Comment Period for Fee Increase Proposal

    National Park Service Extends Comment Period for Fee Increase Proposal

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    Last week, Bennet sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke saying the fee increase at Rocky Mountain National Park would harm small businesses and local economies that rely on park tourism to bolster their economies. The original comment period was scheduled to end on Thursday. In addition to Yosemite, Joshua Tree and Kings Canyon National Park in California, fee increases would affect visitors at the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Glacier National Park in Montana and ...
  • Ireland legend to join Crusaders as backs coach

    Ireland legend to join Crusaders as backs coach

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    Jacky Lorenzetti, President of Racing 92 , joins his coaches Laurent Labit and Laurent Travers to wish good luck to Ronan who notably worked to conquer the Brennus shield at Camp Nou in June 2016. "The worldwide experience and exceptional skillset that Ronan can bring to this team is fantastic, and we know that Crusaders fans will be excited to have someone of his calibre joining our coaching group as we seek to defend the Super Rugby title in 2018", Riach said.
  • Dayton reaches out to Franken amid misconduct stories

    Dayton reaches out to Franken amid misconduct stories

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    Only 22 percent of Minnesotans said Sen. Franken has said that he does not plan to resign, although he has not made any public appearances for almost a week. Dayton had called on both men to resign. According to CNN , she posted the photo on Facebook shortly after the incident and commented about the incident, "Al Franken TOTALLY molested me!" Menz's account marked the second time a woman has accused Franken, but the first that dates to after his swearing-in as a federal lawmaker.
  • 15-year-old had 'kill list' when he allegedly murdered teen

    15-year-old had 'kill list' when he allegedly murdered teen

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    He was also a former suspect of Green Mountain High School. In court on Monday, the prosecution said the suspect knocked on Grote's door around 11 a.m. The boy is scheduled to appear for formal charges Wednesday morning, November 21st. Loved ones are sharing more about 20-year-old Makayla Grote, who was stabbed to death in Longmont over the weekend.
  • Karlie Kloss felt

    Karlie Kloss felt "invincible" returning to the Victoria's Secret runway

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    Kloss first caught our eye in a spectacular and angelic number with a sheer, all-white train, blue and gold detailing, and leaf-like wings. "Got my wings! ...my #AdditionElle wings!" The 25-year-old beauty made her long anticipated comeback modelling for the lingerie giant on Monday's (20.11.17) extravaganza, which took place at the Mercedes Benz arena in Shanghai, China , after hanging up her Angel wings in 2014.
  • Egypt singer held for 'inciting debauchery' in music video

    Egypt singer held for 'inciting debauchery' in music video

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    The entire song was shot in what appears to be a classroom set with a blackboard where the singer pretends to be a teacher and scribbles words like Class #69 and vag. It's not the first time that entertainers have caused such controversy in Egypt. Egypt is a socially conservative and deeply religious country where women are urged by politicians not to talk loudly or laugh in public to avoid harassment by men.