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Sunday's broadcasts mentioned severe malnutrition among Korean soldiers, based on Oh's medical records here. A photograph posted on Twitter, by the USA ambassador to the South, Marc Knapper, showed civilian workers, being watched by Pyongyang soldiers, digging a deep trench at the exact point where the defector abandoned his truck and ran across the demarcation line on 13 November.
  • No compromise with citizen's fundamental rights: CJI Misra

    No compromise with citizen's fundamental rights: CJI Misra

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    Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad , however, raised the issue of separation of power among three organs of state and said that issue of governance should be left for the elected representatives to care. Like on Saturday, the Executive did not hold back in its criticism of the judiciary for exceeding its limits in exercise of judicial functions. Prasad said the Constitution-makers did not desire that the law minister must remain a post office.
  • Rohingya to stay in make-do Myanmar camps after return

    Rohingya to stay in make-do Myanmar camps after return

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    Myanmar and Bangladesh signed a memorandum on Thursday, agreeing to the return of Rohingya Muslims from Bangladesh to Myanmar beginning "within two months". Win Myat Aye, the minister for social welfare, relief and resettlement who heads a Myanmar government panel on rehabilitation in Rakhine, said India and China had offered to provide "modular houses" for returnees.
  • Barcelona protected with Messi release clause - Amor

    Barcelona protected with Messi release clause - Amor

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    Messi tried his luck with a first-time effort on the edge of the area after half an hour and goalkeeper Neto fumbled the shot, resulting in the ball crossing the line by about a yard, but referee Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva and his officials failed to spot it, effectively costing Barca two points.
  • Law minister Zahid Hamid quits, tenders resignation to PM

    Law minister Zahid Hamid quits, tenders resignation to PM

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    The protesters that gathered in Faizabad were from the groups Tehreek-i-Khatm-i-Nabuwwat, Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLY) and the Sunni Tehreek Pakistan (ST). Almost 2,000 activists of Tehreek-i-Khatm-i-Nabuwwat, Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah (TLYR) and the Sunni Tehreek Pakistan (ST) staged a sit-in in Islamabad demanding the removal of Hamid for changes in a law related to the Khatm-i-Nabuwwat (finality of prohpethood) oath in the Elections Act 2017.
  • Susan Sarandon says 'Hillary would have led the USA to war'

    Susan Sarandon says 'Hillary would have led the USA to war'

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    Susan Sarandon isn't backing down from her Jill Stein vote. "The vocal Bernie Sanders supporter slammed Clinton as" not authentic" and an "opportunist" in an interview with The Guardian . Sarandon is now promoting Bombshell , a documentary she has co-produced about actress and inventor Hedy Lamarr, who was dubbed the most lovely woman in film and helped develop a radio guidance system for Allied torpedoes during World War II.
  • Man Shot at Arlington Mall After Pulling Out Fake Gun

    Man Shot at Arlington Mall After Pulling Out Fake Gun

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    Arlington police shared a photo of the fake gun brandished by the suspected thief. . The suspected shoplifter can be seen brandishing what police said was a fake gun during a violent clash at a Texas mall. The Parks Mall was scheduled to close down at 6 p.m. on Sunday. "This happened when the mall was extremely busy, there were a lot of bystanders", Cook said.
  • The World On arirang

    The World On arirang

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    In a speech in Turkey, a North Korean official said the regime aims to shatter America's grip of the Asia-Pacific region adding no other country in the world should feel threatened. A senior official has said that the USA does not have a specific policy to allow for a pre-emptive strike. In an interview with ABC News on Sunday, Mike Mullen , former chairman of U.S.
  • NY mall evacuated amid reports of shooting; 2 injured

    NY mall evacuated amid reports of shooting; 2 injured

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    The shooting was reported at an American Eagle store the Galleria at Crystal Run at around 3:15 p.m. Sunday. Hertman said the two people were being treated for minor lacerations. Outside, holiday shoppers lingered at first to see whether there might be an all-clear and reopening. Middletown is about 70 miles north of New York City.
  • Church vandalism won't be probed as bias crime after arrest

    Church vandalism won't be probed as bias crime after arrest

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    Knapp singled out Pastors Robert Rogers of the Church of God in Christ and Craig Dunn of the Morristown Church of Christ for special thanks, along with his investigators and police in Morristown and Morris Township. The damage was discovered Saturday and Zuri C. Towns told officials he acted alone. Police will be increasing their presence at all local churches to ensure the continued safety of all community members, however we ask that people remain vigilant and call police if any ...
  • 'I'm Madeleine McCann': British student's joke about missing girl backfires spectacularly

    'I'm Madeleine McCann': British student's joke about missing girl backfires spectacularly

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    A British university student has been criticised for joking online that she is missing girl Madeleine McCann , the Daily Mail reports . She also dismissed claims that she had been receiving money from the now-viral story. "I'm loving reading people's reactions". Harriet Brookes told friends she thinks she might be Madeline McCann. Madeleine went missing after her parents left the 3-year-old and her 2-year-old twin siblings alone inside a vacation apartment rental in Portugal in 2007 ...
  • National Christmas tree shortage felt in Greene County

    National Christmas tree shortage felt in Greene County

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    Schmidlin also said there might not be as many neighborhood tree lots this year. John Ensor, the owner of Green Meadows Farm, said we are in the middle of a national tree shortage. He said the problem started during the Great Recession. "To stay in business, we've got to make some money, because this is a cold and wet and miserable harvest when you're doing it for free", said Schmidlin.