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The country has suffered five attacks blamed on terrorism so far this year, three of which involved vehicles. The man was released later in the day after he was questioned by police . In the aftermath of the crash , which saw the auto mount the pavement, police said that it "is not being treated as a terror-related incident" and instead as a road traffic collision.
  • Where are the new Roys in green?

    Where are the new Roys in green?

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    Ireland can still finish top of Group D and qualify for Russian Federation next year, though this is a long shot. However, even if the Boys in Green topple Wales on their own turf, results from outside Group D will still come into play in order to guarantee a play-off spot.
  • Saudi Arabia invests $1bn

    Saudi Arabia invests $1bn

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    The visit by the Saudi king - and his 1,000-strong delegation - is seen as an expression of that revived power, she says. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said in an interview broadcast on October 2 that the planned $1-billion fund to invest in energy projects was part of efforts to strengthen cooperation in oil, gas, electricity, renewable energy and other projects.
  • Few more days of sun before rainy pattern moves in

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    Mostly cloudy, with a low around 53. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible. High 77F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 miles per hour. High: mid 70s - near 80 degrees. South wind around 5 miles per hour. Southeast wind 3 to 5 miles per hour. South wind around 8 miles per hour. Showers and storms are possible overnight into Wednesday morning.
  • Bangladesh Islamists call to arm Rohingya

    Bangladesh Islamists call to arm Rohingya

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    Amidst alarming reports that Bangladesh now has a bigger population of Rohingyas than Myanmar , the Eastern neighbour has asked India to not mix up the humanitarian and security aspects of the conflict in Rakhine. Aid agencies have warned of a malnutrition crisis with about 281,000 people in Bangladesh in urgent need of food, including 145,000 children under five and more than 50,000 pregnant and breastfeeding women.
  • Hamilton storms to pole at Malaysian GP

    Hamilton storms to pole at Malaysian GP

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    The Mercedes star now has a 34-point lead over the Ferrari man going into the clash at Suzuka . Can Mercedes continue their dominance in Japan? "There is always hope", he told reporters as the Japanese Grand Prix weekend got underway.
  • Pakistan pursuing zero-tolerance on terror: Pakistan foreign minister Asif to Tillerson

    Pakistan pursuing zero-tolerance on terror: Pakistan foreign minister Asif to Tillerson

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    Pakistan is upset over Trump's new roadmap for Afghanistan which on the one hand seeks a greater role for India in the region and on the other hand questions Pakistan's credentials in the fight against terrorism. "India has also paid a price due to our response (on LoC) and we will continue to do so if it does not act with restraint", Ghafoor said. And, these visits will be followed by visits by himself and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson .
  • Archaeologists claim to have found Santa Claus's tomb

    Archaeologists claim to have found Santa Claus's tomb

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    According to the current researchers' hypothesis, none of these bones belonged to Saint Nicholas , however - as the grave they were taken from (pictured above) was not his, but that of another anonymous priest buried in the church . "If relics are found, they would need to be dated and examined by global experts", said Carol Meyers, a representative from the centre. He famously said: 'The giver of every good and flawless gift has called upon us to mimic Gods giving, by grace, through ...
  • Legendary Artist Tom Petty, Dead at 66

    Legendary Artist Tom Petty, Dead at 66

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    You can stand me up at the gates of hell, but as long I've got Tom Petty on my side, I won't back down . While music fans were still coming to terms with the mass slaughter of attendees at a country music show in Las Vegas , word was getting out that Tom Petty was on death's doorstep.
  • Spanish court bars Catalan MPs' independence move

    Spanish court bars Catalan MPs' independence move

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    Puigdemont has not given any clear idea of what the new Catalan state would look like or would do regarding key issues such as borders with the rest of Spain and France, its defense and foreign affairs, tax collection and management of key infrastructure such as airports, ports, rail transport and nuclear stations, most of which are controlled by Spain.
  • Oil steady as talk of new OPEC deal balances U.S. exports

    Oil steady as talk of new OPEC deal balances U.S. exports

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    Moscow and Riyadh worked together to secure a deal between OPEC and other oil producers to cut output until the end of March 2018, helping support prices. Saudi Arabia had previously been opposed to the plan because it involves Iran. The increase followed a widening of the discount for USA crude against Brent WTCLc1-LCOc1, making US oil attractive on world markets.
  • Rebecca Wright: We may never know Vegas gunman's motives

    Rebecca Wright: We may never know Vegas gunman's motives

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    Danley was in the Philippines at the time of the shooting, according to law-enforcement officials . "I know she has to be devastated about what has happened", Dionne Waltrip said, adding that the family, which now lives in Arkansas, has been receiving death threats after her father was erroneously identified online as the shooter.
  • House Passes Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

    House Passes Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

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    Micahs who will never learn to read. "Each one of these lives is so utterly precious, and we're not going to stop", said Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa). "As recently as 2014, it was estimated that 430 abortion facilities in the United States were willing to perform abortions on unborn children 20 weeks and older".
  • Trial begins over assassination of North Korea leader's half-brother

    Trial begins over assassination of North Korea leader's half-brother

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    The two women accused of assassinating him (dong-tee-hwhong) Doan Thi Huong, from Vietnam, and (sit-tee eye-shah) Siti Aisyah, from Indonesia, face the prospect of death by hanging if they are convicted of murder. The doctor said after intubation, the patient's blood pressure improved to a reading of 108/70, his pulse up to 90 to 100 beats per minute, and the oxygen saturation level to 94%.
  • Vijayan responsible for violence in Kerala: Amit Shah

    Vijayan responsible for violence in Kerala: Amit Shah

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    What they fail to realise is with each attack, the BJP gains strength. "Instead of taking out a road show, the BJP national president should visit all places of political murders and experience for himself the murder politics of RSS in Kerala".
  • Bangladesh to move 15000 Rohingya from tribal district

    Bangladesh to move 15000 Rohingya from tribal district

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    Yesterday, Foreign Minister A.H. Mahmood Ali held talks in Dhaka with Myanmar's Minister of the Office of State Counselor Kyaw Tint Swe and said the two countries had agreed to set up a working group to coordinate the repatriation of the Rohingya.