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The crash took place in front of Saint-Exupery high school in the suburb of Blagnac. French police clarified however, that the 28-year-old driver is not on a security watch-list and after an investigation the public prosecutor said there are no indications that the vehicle attack was an act of terrorism.
  • Poll fever peaks in Himachal Pradesh & Gujarat

    Poll fever peaks in Himachal Pradesh & Gujarat

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    He said it is hard to separate " Congress and corruption from each other" and when it comes to "vikas (development)", the party is famous for "atkana, latkana aur bhatkana (creating hurdles)". The Congress can not scare me by burning my effigies. Taking potshots at former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's statement that Re 1 ends up as 15 paise when it reaches villages, Modi said: "Rajiv was such a doctor who diagnosed the problem of corruption but did not do anything about it".
  • NFL Week 9: Keys for Giants vs. Rams

    NFL Week 9: Keys for Giants vs. Rams

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    It was the second time in three weeks that McAdoo had suspended a cornerback, as Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie got a one-game ban in Week 6. And oh, by the way, the team is still undefeated in matchups away from the Coliseum this year - pushing that record to 5-0.
  • Iran displays missile on anniversary of USA embassy takeover

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    It was the first time Iran had displayed a missile during the annual gathering. Iran also displayed a 2000 km-range ballistic missile during the march. The US Congress must now make a decision regarding the nuclear deal, which saw Iran agree to limit its enrichment of uranium in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions.
  • Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash near Yemen border

    Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash near Yemen border

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    Other detainees include Alwaleed al-Ibrahim, owner and chairman of Dubai-based Middle East Broadcasting Center ( MBC ), which is the Arab world's leading satellite television network. The crown prince now is King Salman's 32-year-old son. He has expressed support to the king and halted plans to invest in Iran in 2016, when Riyadh cut all ties with Tehran.
  • Multiple deaths in Texas church shooting

    Multiple deaths in Texas church shooting

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    The First Baptist Church posts its services to YouTube, and its last sermon before today's shooting, from October 29, shows how small the congregation is. Trump tweeted: "May God be w/ the people of Sutherland Springs , Texas ". Frank Pomeroy, who is pastor at the church, told ABC News he was out of town when the rampage took place, but that his daughter was killed.
  • Carter Page met with Russian official during 2016 trip to Moscow

    Carter Page met with Russian official during 2016 trip to Moscow

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    During more than six hours of closed-door testimony , Page said that he informed Sessions about his coming July 2016 trip to Russian Federation, which Page told CNN was unconnected to his campaign role. Special counsel Robert Mueller , who has impaneled a grand jury in his probe of the collusion allegations, charged Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort and another aide, Rick Gates, with money laundering on Monday.
  • Heavy rain leads to waterlogging, traffic snarls in Chennai

    Heavy rain leads to waterlogging, traffic snarls in Chennai

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    But even after Saturday, coastal Tamil Nadu will experience rain or thundershowers at many places since monsoon rain has been predicted till November 6 by the Regional Meteorological Centre in Chennai . In the state capital Chennai , schools and colleges, closed since October 31, were shut today as well and several university exams were postponed.
  • Sessions Rejected Adviser's Proposal for Trump-Putin Meet

    Sessions Rejected Adviser's Proposal for Trump-Putin Meet

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    The Minnesota Democrat said the latest disclosure suggests that the American people "cannot trust your word". "I think the Democrats might want to be careful what they ask for". "Was that what you were saying, you don't believe that surrogates from the Trump campaign had communications with the Russians?" Sessions replied: "I'm not aware of any of those activities".
  • Saudis destroy Houthi missile near Riyadh's Khaled airport

    Saudis destroy Houthi missile near Riyadh's Khaled airport

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    The kingdom's civil aviation authority said flights were unaffected at the King Khalid International Airport, located about 35 kilometers (22 miles) outside the capital. The ballistic missile had been fired from Yemen, reports say. A cholera outbreak has claimed more than 2,100 lives in Yemen since April as hospitals struggle to secure supplies amid a coalition air and sea blockade.
  • Trump on Core State Department Vacancies:

    Trump on Core State Department Vacancies: "I'm the Only One That Matters"

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    Ingraham's interview with Trump lasted less than 15 minutes, and, sitting across from Trump in the White House, she seemed highly aware of the limited face-time with the President, so she peppered him with a barrage of questions. "You've seen that, you've seen it strongly". "Don't forget, I'm a businessperson and I tell my people, 'Where you don't need to fill slots don't fill them.' But we have some people that I'm not happy with there".
  • Belgian prosecutor says will study Puigdemont arrest warrant

    Belgian prosecutor says will study Puigdemont arrest warrant

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    The National Court judge filed the request with the Belgian prosecutor to detain Puigdemont and his four aides, and issued separate worldwide search and arrest warrants to alert Interpol in case they flee Belgium. The arrest warrant came a day after the same judge jailed nine former members of Puigdemont's separatist government. Vila stepped down from the Catalan cabinet before the independence declaration.
  • Judge rules Bergdahl should serve no prison time

    Judge rules Bergdahl should serve no prison time

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    Although he did not receive any further jail time, he has been dishonourably discharged from the military. He also recommended that Bergdahl be demoted to private and forfeit $US10,000 in pay. The charges didn't carry the risk of the death penalty, but prosecutors asked for 14 years in prison rather than the potential life sentence that they did carry.