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Shafiq's lawyer Dina Adly said earlier on Saturday in an online statement that Shafiq was arrested at his home and was put on a private plane back to Cairo. He was also a senior commander in the Egyptian Air Force and later served as former President Hosni Mubarak's last Prime Minister during the 25 January Revolution of 2011.
  • Israeli missile strike reported in Syria

    Israeli missile strike reported in Syria

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    The London-based watchdog said the fate of the crew members is still unknown, adding that the chopper crashed in the southwestern countryside of the capital Damascus. "At half past midnight (6.30am today, Malaysian time), the Israeli enemy fired several surface-to-surface missiles at a military position in Damascus province", the state SANA news agency reported.
  • 4-year-old girl sexually abused by two teachers

    4-year-old girl sexually abused by two teachers

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    Her mother spotted blood stains on her clothes, he said. The girl told her mother that the physical training teacher had taken her to the washroom but could not narrate what happened thereafter. As of now, the school has made a decision to shut down for an indefinite period. "The school management will take necessary and proper action after the investigations are over", the statement said.
  • PM Modi to connect with Mahila Morcha via NM app

    PM Modi to connect with Mahila Morcha via NM app

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    Jammu: Union minister Jitendra Singh on Friday hit out at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi over his visits to temples ahead of assembly polls in Gujarat, and said the people can not be mislead by his "hypocrisy". The counting of votes will take place on December 18. Continuing with his series of questions posed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the run up to the Gujarat Assembly eleciton, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi put his fourth question today.
  • WashPost: Trump Mulls Government Shutdown Over Border Wall

    WashPost: Trump Mulls Government Shutdown Over Border Wall

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    Republicans control both chambers of the U.S. Congress, but their leaders will likely need to rely on at least some Democratic votes to pass the funding measure. But, "if it's two weeks because we actually want to do something that advances our priorities, I'd be willing to listen to that". House Republicans were toiling among themselves about the details of the plan at the same hour that Senate Republicans were working through last-minute disagreements to pass a sweeping rewrite of the ...
  • Africa summit aims for evacuation of 3800 migrants risking abuse

    Africa summit aims for evacuation of 3800 migrants risking abuse

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    Others at the airport included Nigeria's ambassador, Ibrahim Isa; Senior Special Assistant on Diaspora Affairs, Abike Dabiri-Erewa; and some embassy officials, as well as representatives of Nigerians resident in Cote d Ivoire. The Monarch went on to brush aside what he called four baseless myths, namely that African migration is not mostly intercontinental, it is primarily intra-African: out of every 5 African migrants, 4 remain in Africa.
  • Russian Federation accuses U.S. of provoking Kim Jong Un

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    The US policy of ramping up sanctions on North Korea to force them to roll back the missile and nuclear programs is not working, according to Lavrov. China , North Korea's ally, has in the past sought to block any discussion on human rights in North Korea, arguing that the Human Rights Council in Geneva was the forum for those concerns, and not the Security Council.
  • Man fined for painting extra road markings to make his commute faster

    Man fined for painting extra road markings to make his commute faster

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    A Chinese man fed up with sitting in traffic during his daily bus commute came up with a brazen way of solving the problem, repainting the lines on the road. "I saw that the straight lane was always packed with cars, while the lane that turns left has a lot of space", he reportedly told police. "I thought changing the signs would make my commute smoother".
  • Bognor's 'wrong Theresa May' awaits Donald Trump apology

    Bognor's 'wrong Theresa May' awaits Donald Trump apology

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    It is not the first time Mr Trump has directed his 44m followers to the wrong account. "We are doing just fine!" Trump wrote, after fixing the tweet . How Practical is it to live off of Bitcoin? "I think [it's helpful] to rally the people you can come and say, look, listen, we're fighting a real war on terror here".
  • UK Cabinet minister under pressure over computer porn claim

    UK Cabinet minister under pressure over computer porn claim

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    Former Scotland Yard detective Neil Lewis has now spoken about how there were "thousands" of legal thumbnail pornographic images on Green's computer. Several weeks ago he said they were "completely untrue" and "political smears". 'He maintains his innocence of these charges and awaits the outcome of the investigation'. The first secretary of state is under investigation for inappropriate behaviour.