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A bench comprising Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud considered advocate Aishwarya Bhati's submission that the plea be heard on an urgent basis and fixed the case for hearing on February 12. They opened fire only after the crowd continued to throw stones and refused to give way to them, the Army said . The petitioner has sought the quashing of the FIR against his son, citing the clarification statement issued by the Army which said Major Aditya ...
  • Twin bombing in Benghazi kills two

    Twin bombing in Benghazi kills two

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    In the wake of the blasts debris was left scattered across the floor of the mosque, with windows blown out and bloodstains smeared on the wall. Late last month around 35 people were killed in two bombings at another mosque in the city. The Mediterranean port town is Libya's second largest city. "Prompt, impartial investigations should bring perpetrators to justice", the group said.
  • Combination of freezing rain and snow expected Tuesday night/Wednesday morning across Tri

    Combination of freezing rain and snow expected Tuesday night/Wednesday morning across Tri

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    Snow will taper off quickly after 5 or 6 Wednesday evening as the storm races off the New England coast Wednesday night . "So I'm not trying to go through that today", Nunez says. The cancellations racked up Friday with more than 110 flights were canceled at the airport, according to FlightStats.com . Some courts and government offices shut down, joining schools in the path of the storm that closed for the day in Illinois, Indiana and MI.
  • 136 civilians killed as bombardment intensifies

    136 civilians killed as bombardment intensifies

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    SANA said earlier that forces of the US-led global coalition targeted popular forces that were fighting the Islamic State group and the USA -backed Syrian Democratic Forces in the eastern province of Deir el-Zour. Syrian state media confirmed dozens were killed but appeared to deny the forces were army soldiers, describing them as "popular forces". Syrian government warplanes have ratcheted up their bombardment of Eastern Ghouta this week, leaving dozens dead and hundreds in need of ...
  • Lebanon signs first oil, gas exploration contracts

    Lebanon signs first oil, gas exploration contracts

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    Lebanon's energy minister said on Friday there would be full exploration in an offshore energy block that partially lies in waters disputed by neighbouring Israel. Lebanon's top security body on Wednesday instructed the country's military to confront Israel if it goes ahead with plans to build a cement border wall along the border, labeling it as an "aggression" against its sovereignty.
  • Bloody 24 Hours As Syria, Russia Escalate Punishing Attacks

    Bloody 24 Hours As Syria, Russia Escalate Punishing Attacks

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    A United Nations investigative commission said in 2016 that the Syrian government was behind at least three chlorine gas attacks during the seven-year civil war, but activists and monitoring groups contend there have been more. Yousef al-Boustani, an opposition media activist in eastern Ghouta's Douma neighborhood, called the air raids "hysterical". Eastern Ghouta is the last rebel-held enclave near Damascus, and parts of it have been held virtually for the entire war.
  • Republicans are in charge -- it was their shutdown

    Republicans are in charge -- it was their shutdown

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    If they are successful in hammering out a budget deal, the House will meet after that. The White House said Thursday it was preparing for a United States government shutdown as Congress hit a stumbling block in its efforts to pass a stopgap spending bill before midnight.
  • USA vows new North Korea sanctions ahead of Olympics face-off

    USA vows new North Korea sanctions ahead of Olympics face-off

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    North Korea test-fired ballistic missiles over Japan past year, as well as a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile that climbed to an altitude of more than 4,000 km (2,485 miles) before splashing into Japanese waters. Kobe University political scientist Tosh Minohara told The Straits Times that the outcome of the leaders' talks suggest their underlying shared concern that Mr Moon might relent and take a softer approach towards North Korea.
  • Weekend weather: Warmer temperatures and rain on the way

    Weekend weather: Warmer temperatures and rain on the way

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    The next chance for bad weather is Wednesday night - Valentine's Day - the weather service said. Temperatures will remain well above freezing through the period so it will be only rain, but plenty of it. Saturday and Sunday will see milder temperatures in the mid-40s. Monday night, the low will be around 24 with mostly cloudy skies, according to the weather service.
  • Salesforce invests $2 billion into its Canadian business

    Salesforce invests $2 billion into its Canadian business

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    Amazon has narrowed down its search for second headquarters from 200 cities to 20 finalists, with the only non-U.S. city being Toronto. With Toronto in a bid to host Amazon's planned HQ2 headquarters, Justin Trudeau said he planned to tell CEO Jeff Bezos why he should continue to invest in Canada.
  • Boston Herald Removes Story About Tom Brady Threatening To Sit Out OTAs

    Boston Herald Removes Story About Tom Brady Threatening To Sit Out OTAs

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    Ron Borges of the Boston Herald reports that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has chose to get compensated in a way that he never really has. On the heels of the San Francisco 49ers making quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo the highest-paid player in the National Football League with his new five-year, $137.5 million deal, the Boston Herald's Ron Borges reported via unnamed sources close to Tom Brady that the Patriots QB was ready to sit out all of this year's offseason organized ...