• One jawan dead in Pulwama encounter, militants escape

    One jawan dead in Pulwama encounter, militants escape

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    House owner Bashir Ahmad suffered a bullet injury in his shoulder during the gunfight and was shifted to hospital. In the initial exchange of fire, CRPF jawan Mandeep Kumar sustained injuries and later succumbed. "The terrorists fled under the cover of darkness", said a police officer. A mob threw stones at the forces a little distance away, forcing them to call off the operation apprehending an escalation.
  • Who's to blame for the Gaza violence?

    Who's to blame for the Gaza violence?

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    Palestinian leaders have called Monday's events a massacre and the Israeli tactic of using live fire against the protesters has drawn worldwide concern and condemnation. After President Trump's announcement past year, the Czech Republic has said that Jerusalem is the "capital of the State of Israel , in its 1967 borders".
  • United States has sacrificed its role as Middle East mediator, says Erdogan

    United States has sacrificed its role as Middle East mediator, says Erdogan

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    At least 55 Palestinians were killed by Israeli army gunfire on Monday - and thousands more injured - during anti-occupation rallies along the Gaza Strip's eastern border, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , during a visit to London , slammed what he called a "very, very unfortunate" move, saying that it had stripped Washington of its role as mediator in the Middle East peace process.
  • Children said they had punctures, burns

    Children said they had punctures, burns

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    Chief Deputy District Attorney Sharon Henry says the torture was carried out "for sadistic purposes". Fairfield resident Jonathan Allen, 29, remained in custody at the Solano County Jail on Monday on suspicion of nine counts of felony torture and six counts of felony child abuse , spokesman Greg Hurlbut of the Fairfield Police Department said.
  • Melania Trump undergoes embolisation procedure to treat 'benign kidney condition'

    Melania Trump undergoes embolisation procedure to treat 'benign kidney condition'

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    Mrs. Trump also represented the administration at the April funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush . HARRIS: Well, we don't know exactly why they did it in the case of the first lady. Dr. Joseph Bonventre, head of the division of renal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, said it's hard to know from the limited information exactly what Trump's condition and treatment were.
  • Lynchburg area at risk of severe storms; derecho a possibility

    Lynchburg area at risk of severe storms; derecho a possibility

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    Mesoscale Discussion 0418 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 0636 PM CDT Mon May 14 2018 Areas affected.IL.Northern IN.Southwest MI Concerning. Severe Thunderstorm Watch 90. Right now, the outlook for the Preakness is a warm and humid 80 degree afternoon, but a chance of showers and a thundershower are certainly possible.
  • Talks between North Korea and United States less than a month away

    Talks between North Korea and United States less than a month away

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    Relations between China and North Korea have drastically improved recently. He did not specify what the military has seen. Pompeo said the United States would "work with them to develop infrastructure, all the things that the North Korean people need, the capacity for American agriculture to support North Korea so they can eat meat and have healthy lives".
  • Christian filmmaker Ray Comfort defines bigotry for Mitt Romney

    Christian filmmaker Ray Comfort defines bigotry for Mitt Romney

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    ROBERT JEFFRESS: We thank you every day that you have given us a president who boldly stands on the right side of history but more importantly stands on the right side of you, oh, God, when it comes to Israel. Another evangelical preacher, John Hagee, delivered the benediction. He stressed that Japan's position is that the disputes and Jerusalem's status should be resolved via negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians .
  • Chinese plane windshield pops out mid-flight

    Chinese plane windshield pops out mid-flight

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    The Sichuan Airlines 3U8633 flight was flying from Chongqing, China, to the Tibetan capital of Lhasa. The cockpit window fell out mid-flight and the plane was forced to make an emergency landing at a nearby airport. Recently, Southwest pilot Tammie Jo Shults was credited with landing a plane after an engine exploded in mid-air, leaving one passenger dead. A video shows oxygen masks deployed, and flight attendants walking up and down the aisle to give passengers instructions on how to ...
  • Iraq Elections Strengthen Victories against Terrorists: Iran

    Iraq Elections Strengthen Victories against Terrorists: Iran

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    Yet Mr. Sadr has shifted politically: Several years ago he formed an alliance with secular groups, including the Iraqi Communist Party, and has campaigned on a nonsectarian, corruption-fighting agenda aimed at Iran's local proxies. Sadr is distrusted by both the United States and Iran for his active opposition to both countries. Also at issue is how to integrate the country's vast and predominantly Shiite militia structure into the security forces.