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Unconfirmed reports suggest it may have been a hand grenade. Sweden, a country of 10 million people, took in 244,000 asylum seekers in 2014 and 2015, the highest per capita number in Europe. The incident occurred at Varby Gard station on the Stockholm metro's T13 line. Rescue official Lars-Ake Stevelind told Swedish broadcaster SVT that "someone has used some type of explosive material" for the object and that police were investigating it.
  • What Does Mueller Want With Ivanka Trump?

    What Does Mueller Want With Ivanka Trump?

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    Trump also said that Clinton and the DNC had colluded with Russian Federation, according to a tweet by MSNBC's Kyle Griffin. "Maybe Hillary is. I don't know, but I'm not", the president told reporters at Camp David. Three people familiar with the matter confirm to The Associated Press that the counsel, Don McGahn, spoke with Sessions just before Sessions announced his recusal to urge him not to do so.
  • Uttar Pradesh: Haj House in Lucknow painted saffron by state government

    Uttar Pradesh: Haj House in Lucknow painted saffron by state government

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    Earlier this week, the Yogi Adityanath-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Uttar Pradesh issued fresh orders for the "Madrassas" in the state to cut down the holidays in the institution on Muslim festivals. Singh added that the government was only interested in handing out figures about their help to farmers. "What else do we do when our pleas have fallen on deaf ears", asked a farmer.
  • Trump book will 'bring down' the President, claims author Michael Wolff

    Trump book will 'bring down' the President, claims author Michael Wolff

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    Some details in Wolff's book, which among other things questions the president's competence and mental stability , have not just been questioned by the White House, but also by reporters. " Michael Wolff is a total loser who made up stories in order to sell this really boring and untruthful book", Trump said. Now Sloppy Steve has been dumped like a dog by nearly everyone.
  • Saudi princes arrested over palace protest

    Saudi princes arrested over palace protest

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    The soldiers fighting on the kingdom's war with Yemen on the southern frontier, will receive a 5,000 Saudi riyals (US$1,333) bonus while state employees will get a 1,000 riyals a month as a "cost of living" allowance for one year, according to the royal decree carried by the state news agency.
  • Fire lieutenant, civilian killed in North Philly fire

    Fire lieutenant, civilian killed in North Philly fire

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    NBC10 had reported that a firefighter died when a portion of the rowhouse reportedly collapsed, trapping him and another firefighter inside. Loved ones are mourning Philadelphia Fire Lieutenant Matt LeTourneau, 42. Two other firefighters were also injured in the fire and were being treated at a hospital. Fire crews were dispatched to the rowhome at 8:51 a.m. Saturday, and arrived to the scene three minutes later.
  • One angler rescued, one missing during fishing tournament on Lake Okeechobee

    One angler rescued, one missing during fishing tournament on Lake Okeechobee

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    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office and the U.S. Coast Guard continue the search for Kaylor, the station reported. The pair were riding in a dark Ranger 521 with a Red Evinrude G2 on it. Kisiah competed in FLW competitions for nine years, while Kayler competed in 61 FLW events as a co-angler.
  • Four Venezuelan generals placed on US blacklist

    Four Venezuelan generals placed on US blacklist

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    Gerardo Jose Izquierdo Torres, who is also a senior border control official. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro authorised Venezuela's military to respond in writing "with forcefulness" to what he characterised as "blackmail" from the White House.
  • American Horror Story Season 8 Will Have a Future Setting

    American Horror Story Season 8 Will Have a Future Setting

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    Though Murphy said that "three months ago, [he] thought [he] would be literally buried on the Fox lot", due to his lucrative and prolific working relationships with Fox's TV execs, now that Disney is in the mix, his particular brand of edgy content may clash with the new head honchos.
  • Iran mocks Trump 'blunder' on supporting protesters

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    Heated debate took place on the floor of the Security Council at the United Nations headquarters in NY after its 15 members were gathered at the request of the USA to discuss the current situation in Iran. "The world will be watching what you do", Haley told a meeting of the United Nations Security Council. Majority emphasized the need to fully implement the JCPOA and to refrain from interfering in internal affairs of others.
  • Twitter Clarifies Policy on Not Deleting World Leaders' Accounts

    Twitter Clarifies Policy on Not Deleting World Leaders' Accounts

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    Twitter clarified its policy on allowing world leaders such as President Donald Trump to use its social media network Friday, saying blocking their accounts would carry a negative effect. Twitter didn't define which world leaders' tweets would be protected, though elsewhere in the statement, the company referred to "elected" world leaders.
  • First negotiations to amend South Korea-US FTA held in Washington

    First negotiations to amend South Korea-US FTA held in Washington

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    But Seoul has pointed to macroeconomic factors and the USA surplus in services trade. A public hearing was held in Seoul on Friday on follow-up negotiations to the South Korea-China free trade agreement (FTA). "We will move forward as expeditiously as possible to achieve this goal". He has pressed ahead with efforts to revise the deal, even while seeking solidarity from South Korean President Moon Jae-in against North Korea's nuclear provocations.