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According to operation pull over coordinator Sgt. Brent Campbell of the RPD, 2018 marks the 30 year anniversary that seat belt use became mandatory in Indiana. "Our mission is to save lives and reduce injuries by getting more people to buckle up", Ashland Police Chief Todd Kelley said. There seems to be a misconception among those who drive and ride in pickup trucks that their large vehicles will protect them better than other vehicles would in a crash.
  • IS claims deadly Indonesia church attacks

    IS claims deadly Indonesia church attacks

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    This appears to be the worst attack to have been carried out by IS followers in Indonesia. Mangera said three unexploded homemade bombs, two at the Pantekosta church and one at the Diponegoro church, were detonated by a bomb squad. Investigators believe that the family was not only linked to the Surabaya chapter of Jemaah Ansharut Daulah, a terrorist network with links to Islamic State (IS), but that they were among 500 Indonesians recently returned from Syria who had gone to the Middle ...
  • Ireland trouble Pakistan on Test debut

    Ireland trouble Pakistan on Test debut

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    Former England one-day global Joyce, at 39 the oldest Test debutant since Australia's Bryce McGain made his bow aged 36 in 2009, cashed in with some elegant shots including a cover-driven four off Mohammad Abbas . Rankin, the 15th man ever, and the first since Kepler Wessels (Australia and South Africa) 25 years ago, to play Test cricket for two nations after making a lone appearance for England in 2014, had an uncertain Azhar (four) edging to Porterfield at second slip.
  • Catalan parliament fails to elect regional president

    Catalan parliament fails to elect regional president

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    In the event, pro-independence parties retained their slim majority in the Catalan parliament and a new government will have to decide whether to pursue another collision course with Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy . Catalonia has been without a president or government since a December regional election. Mr Torra, vice-president of the activist group Omnium Cultural - whose leader, Jordi Cuixart, has been in preventative prison since October - is the so-called "Plan D" candidate after three ...
  • SC Collegium sticks to Joseph's elevation

    SC Collegium sticks to Joseph's elevation

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    According to a report in Times of India, the collegium will be sending Joseph's name along with a few other names for SC judge appointments. The collegium held a four-hour meeting to deliberate upon the matter after the Centre returned Court's recommendation and requested the collegium to reconsider the recommendation.
  • Queen Signs Fancy Parchment So Harry & Meghan Can 100% Marry

    Queen Signs Fancy Parchment So Harry & Meghan Can 100% Marry

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    But some noticed there was a striking difference between the official document used for Harry and Meghan, and the one granted to Prince William when he Wednesday his then-fiancée Kate . Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings .
  • Israeli officials admit striking Syria airbase in April

    Israeli officials admit striking Syria airbase in April

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    Iran insists it needs the ability to strike Israel as a deterrent to threats against its territory. The IDF attacked 50 Iranian targets in 16 locations in Syria in retaliation for Thursday's rocket attack, reportedly killing 27 supporters of the Assad regime.
  • Trump fumes at Homeland Security head over immigration

    Trump fumes at Homeland Security head over immigration

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    It wouldn't be too surprising if that news upset the president. She added that there was some credence to Trump's frustration, citing "loopholes" and "lack of congressional inaction" that have prevented tougher border laws. He repeatedly claimed credit for the fact that during his first year in office, illegal border crossings dropped to their lowest levels in decades. Trump has also been frustrated with Congress's refusal to fully fund his promised border wall along the nation's southern ...
  • PM Modi meets Nepal Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun

    PM Modi meets Nepal Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun

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    Ethnic Madhesi groups demanded more territory in the state assigned to them and shut down highways and border points for weeks. The agitation had also crippled the land-locked country's economy as supplies from India were blocked. Similarly, Nepal is incomplete without India and India is incomplete without Nepal. The circuit is a part of Modi's vision to build a 650-km connectivity project.
  • China, Japan and South Korea highlight unity amid North Korea moves

    China, Japan and South Korea highlight unity amid North Korea moves

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    South Korean officials said Kim told Moon that he would be willing to give up his nuclear weapons if the US commits to a formal end to the Korean War and a pledge not to attack the North. The summit hopes to improve the sometimes-frayed ties among the three north-east Asian neighbours. Shanxi Finance University expert Li Kai pointed out that in terms of economic scale, the proposed China-Japan-South Korea free trade zone can be compared to such major economic integration zones as the ...
  • Chairman NAB Says Probing Into Corruption Not Crime But Duty

    Chairman NAB Says Probing Into Corruption Not Crime But Duty

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    He regretted that the political parties failed to make the NAB such an institution which fulfilled the requirements of justice and play its due role against corruption. Talking to media in Lahore, the minister said "Aliens" have the people's mandate in their hands and they are the ones who have sent home 13 reigning prime ministers and presidents.
  • Trump announces capture of five ISIS leaders

    Trump announces capture of five ISIS leaders

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    Iraq announced on Wednesday it had seized five top Islamic State group commanders, after an intelligence operation lured the fighters - including a close aide of the group's leader - across the border, according to state TV. Following Eithawi's capture, Iraqi and American intelligence agents were able to uncover bank accounts used by the group and also secret communication codes he used, Hashimi said.
  • Three people's throats slit during mosque attack in Verulam KZN

    Three people's throats slit during mosque attack in Verulam KZN

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    Three people have been left with serious injuries following an attack at the Imam Hussain Mosque in Ottawa, Verulam. Witnesses at the scene claimed the men were Egyptian, and drove away in a Hyundai auto. He said a third victim was attacked inside the building and jumped out of a window when it was set alight. Speaking further, the representative noted that there had already been theft and robbery incidents at the mosque before.
  • At least 27 killed after dam burst in Kenya, say officials

    At least 27 killed after dam burst in Kenya, say officials

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    A local television station said 20 bodies had been recovered so far. Last week, at least 12 people were killed when a building collapsed during torrential rains in Nairobi. "Looking at families being displaced, children, mothers, the elderly being swept away by floods, it's traumatizing". "We assure residents that the rescue teams are doing their best to evacuate affected families to safety and assist victims get medical attention", said Mr Mbae.
  • Israel accuses Iran of missile attack

    Israel accuses Iran of missile attack

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    Netanyahu and Putin have held a series of meetings and phone conversations in recent months, particularly related to the conflict in Syria where Israel has vowed to prevent Iran building a military presence. Confronted by Iranian-allied Hezbollah on its northern border, Israel also faces another enemy to the south with Hamas in Gaza. Pro-Syrian media said Syrian missiles then fired at Israeli forces.