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In a statement , India's ministry of external affairs said both sides had agreed to "go back to the status quo" before the stand-off following diplomatic exchanges. Earlier in the day, India and China agreed to end their over the two-month-long standoff in the Doklam Plateau by reaching an understanding not to let their long standing differences become disputes.
  • President Trump Pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio

    President Trump Pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio

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    While speaking with Hannity, Arpaio avoided talking about specifics of his case - he's due to be sentenced on October 5 and faces up to six months in prison - but suggested the fact he's spent his career in law enforcement and has never been in serious legal trouble previously means he's somehow above the law.
  • Thai military hunts for missing ex-prime minister

    Thai military hunts for missing ex-prime minister

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    Thaksin, who once owned Manchester City football club, owns property in London and spends significant amounts of time in the city. Supporters present flowers to Former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra upon her arrival at the Thai Supreme Court in Bangkok , Thailand, July 21, 2017.
  • Iraqi army, allies liberate 90% of Tal Afar from Daesh

    Iraqi army, allies liberate 90% of Tal Afar from Daesh

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    Clashes are continuing with IS militants, he added. Dillon, on his part, noted that all coalition's bases were temporary until the end of fight against terrorists in Iraq. Al-Jaafari spoke during a news conference with his French counterpart. The International Organization for Migration said "thousands of civilians" had fled Tal Afar since the offensive began.
  • US Military Black Hawk chopper crashes in Yemen killing one

    US Military Black Hawk chopper crashes in Yemen killing one

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    U.S. Central Command released a statement saying the helicopter crashed about 20 miles of the coast of Yemen during a training accident at about noon on Friday. Five of the six USA troops on board were rescued, and the search for the sixth person is ongoing. For more than two years, Yemen's Saudi-backed government forces-with USA support and munitions-have been pitted against Iranian-backed Houthi rebels, leading to a devastating humanitarian crisis.
  • Yingluck skips court; arrest warrant issued

    Yingluck skips court; arrest warrant issued

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    Ms. Yingluck became prime minister in 2011. "Her lawyer said she is sick and asked to delay the ruling. the court does not believe she is sick. and has made a decision to issue an arrest warrant", fearing she may flee the country, lead judge Cheep Chulamon told the court, rescheduling the ruling date to September 27.
  • UK's Johnson admits United Kingdom will have to pay Brexit

    UK's Johnson admits United Kingdom will have to pay Brexit "divorce bill"

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    Speaking to reporters, the senior European Union official also dismissed the idea. Boris Johnson today warned Brussels that Britain would not "pay a penny more" than its legal obligations to settle the Brexit divorce bill. DAVID Davis is preparing to attack Brussels negotiators for being "stubborn and unreasonable" in a bid to create a split between them and EU. It highlights an example from October 2014 and September 2015 , where the UK Financial Intelligence Unit (UKFIU) received ...
  • The prime minister asked the migrants to use legal channels

    The prime minister asked the migrants to use legal channels

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    Canada is on track to record the most refugee claims in a decade. At the moment, there are about 600 people waiting at the temporary camp near the St-Bernard-de-Lacolle border, about 45 minutes south of Montreal, with 3,000 others waiting in shelters around the city for their hearings with the Immigration and Refugee Board.
  • 20 killed in Kabul Shiite mosque attack, IS claims responsibility

    20 killed in Kabul Shiite mosque attack, IS claims responsibility

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    No group has taken responsibility for the attack yet. The mosque, in a residential area in the north of the city, was believed to have been packed with dozens of men, women and children when the assailants struck during Friday prayers. Eyewitnesses said the security forces arrived at the scene two hours following the attack. It comes just one day after the top USA military commander in the country vowed to crush the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) and urged the Taliban to join peace ...
  • Buckingham Palace police attacked - man arrested

    Buckingham Palace police attacked - man arrested

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    According to ABC News, Metropolitan Police arrested an unidentified individual for allegedly assaulting its officers at the historic location. The two wounded officers overpowered the assailant and arrested him just after 8.30pm. But the Met Police said on Twitter they suffered only minor injuries. "The London Ambulance Service were called and they were treated at the scene".
  • Mavis Wancyzk of Chicopee won $758.7 million Powerball jackpot

    Mavis Wancyzk of Chicopee won $758.7 million Powerball jackpot

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    The drawing Wednesday night snapped a string of 20 in a row without a Powerball jackpot victor. The winning numbers were 06-07-16-23-26, with a Powerball number of 04. He added that she seems like "a hard-working individual" and "clearly she's excited". The owner of the store said he plans to donate the entire $50,000 commission to local charities.
  • Dutchman arrested after threat to Rotterdam concert

    Dutchman arrested after threat to Rotterdam concert

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    Authorities did not have to evacuate Maassilo because the concert hadn't started, Rotterdam Police press officer Roland Ekkers said. Spain was rocked last week by twin vehicle attacks which killed 15 people and wounded 120, but it remains unclear whether the tip-off to the Dutch came before or after Spanish police began investigating the incidents.
  • Federal District Judge Tosses Texas' Voter ID Law

    Federal District Judge Tosses Texas' Voter ID Law

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    Paxton said he will appeal the ruling, calling it " outrageous ". "The district court's decision largely flows from a sharply divided decision from the en banc Fifth Circuit earlier this year, that Texas's Voter ID law was enacted with a discriminatory objective", said Mr.
  • Batavia Kmart safe, but last Rochester-area stores closing

    Batavia Kmart safe, but last Rochester-area stores closing

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    But there are two stores in Pennsylvania - one in Willow Grove and one in Allentown - that will be shuttered. Sears Holdings Corp. has already closed hundreds of Sears department stores and Kmart stores, including locations in North Knoxville, Oak Ridge and Morristown.
  • Closely monitoring the Gulf for impacts later this week — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

    Closely monitoring the Gulf for impacts later this week — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

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    The system could bring a prolonged period of heavy rainfall and possible flooding to south Louisiana later this week. So, while the forecast does call for a tropical storm or weak hurricane to hit the Texas coast, this can change. That didn't happen yet, but "the trough is finally here, ' meteorologist Larry Kelly said Wednesday morning from the National Weather Service's Miami office ".
  • US Issues Warning Against Traveling to Cancun

    US Issues Warning Against Traveling to Cancun

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    The State Department warns of three types of kidnapping: "traditional", in which a victim is physically abducted and held for ransom; "express", in which a victim his held for a short time and forced to withdraw money; and "virtual", in which a victim is coerced by phone threats to provide phone numbers of family and friends, and then isolated until a ransom is paid.