• Mullah Fazlullah who ordered attack on Malala Yousafzai killed in drone strike
Mullah Fazlullah who ordered attack on Malala Yousafzai killed in drone strike

The airstrike was conducted at about 9 a.m. local time on Thursday, Radmanish added. The Express Tribune , citing sources, also said the drone strike that took place in the Nur Gul Kalay village of Dangam district killed Fazlullah and four other Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) commanders.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation director charts way forward after harsh criticism from inspector general
Federal Bureau of Investigation director charts way forward after harsh criticism from inspector general

The conclusions were contained in a 500-page report that documents in painstaking detail one of the most controversial investigations in modern FBI history. The Justice Department has also issued a stinging rebuke to the FBI for its handling of the email investigation. Strzok called Sanders, also a presidential candidate, "an idiot like T...

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  • Mullah Fazlullah killed in U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan: unconfirmed reports
Mullah Fazlullah killed in U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan: unconfirmed reports

Earlier there were media reports that a USA drone targeted and killed Mullah Fazlullah in the Afghan province of Kunar. In 2012, Fazlullah-led Pakistani Taliban shot teenager schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai in her hometown of Swat. Pakistani political and military leaders have demanded that global and Afghan security forces take firmer action aga...

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  • Unsettling Trump Mural Greets Children at Detention Center in Former Walmart
Unsettling Trump Mural Greets Children at Detention Center in Former Walmart

One of the strangest things about the facility , Soboroff said, is the mural of Trump you see right when you enter, with the quote, in both English and Spanish: "Sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win the war". The Tornillo site will take in 360 children in the coming days and expand from there, according to the department spokes...

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  • Bavarians confront Merkel in German migrant policy showdown
Bavarians confront Merkel in German migrant policy showdown

According to Bild , Mr. Seehofer and Mrs. Merkel had disagreed over the idea of returning migrants to the border if they had been refused asylum in other nations or had applied for asylum in more than one European Union member state. Hans Michelbach, deputy head of the CSU faction in the German parliament, slammed the report as "rubbish", point...

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  • AG Sessions Cites Bible To Defend Separating Immigrant Families
AG Sessions Cites Bible To Defend Separating Immigrant Families

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders doubled down on the Bible defense of the policy when asked about Sessions' remarks by CNN's Jim Acosta at the White House press briefing on Thursday, saying "it is very biblical to enforce the law".

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  • South Korean in Wichita reacts to meeting with North Korea
South Korean in Wichita reacts to meeting with North Korea

There are approximately 15,000 nuclear weapons globally. "And we also note that no security guarantees have been given yet". The head of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty Organisation later issued a statement saying that if asked it would support any verification activities to ensure North Korea's only known nuclear test site is closed ...

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  • Donald Trump Wants Attention Like Kim Jong Un Gets From North Koreans
Donald Trump Wants Attention Like Kim Jong Un Gets From North Koreans

When asked about the progress of North Korea's denuclearization, Trump said of Kim, "He wants to do it". The high-stakes meeting is apparently now serving as inspiration for Trump, who told Fox News' Steve Doocy outside the White House Friday morning that he desires the same brand of dictatorial effect Kim has on repressed North Korean citi...

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  • Trump says he won't sign 'moderate' GOP immigration bill
Trump says he won't sign 'moderate' GOP immigration bill

But despite the bill's fealty to the commander-in-chief's direction, Trump said he wanted a more hardline measure that would stop migrants from seeking asylum in the US. Speaking with a gaggle of reporters on the White House lawn Friday, President Donald Trump once again blamed Democrats for his administration's policy of separating families.

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  • Ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort sent to jail
Ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort sent to jail

The former Trump campaign chairman was in court Friday asking a federal judge that he not be sent to jail pre-trial and revoke his bail. Special counsel Robert Mueller recently accused Manafort of witness tampering. It described how Manafort had designed a program that used the Hapsburg members to lobby US lawmakers and influence American p...

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  • Trump's personal lawyer wants Stormy Daniels' lawyer gagged
Trump's personal lawyer wants Stormy Daniels' lawyer gagged

President Donald Trump's lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen filed for a restraining order Thursday night against Michael Avenatti to prevent him from speaking publicly about the case of his client, Stormy Daniels . A person familiar with the review process said Cohen's lawyer will meet the deadline. Trump has denied it. Cohen had sought to delay...

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  • US drone kills Pakistan Taliban chief in Afghanistan, official confirms
US drone kills Pakistan Taliban chief in Afghanistan, official confirms

Defense Ministry spokesman Mohammad Radmanish told CBS News and other media outlets on Friday that Fazlullah was traveling in a vehicle along with an unknown number of his fighters when it was struck by a missile on Thursday morning. November 7, 2013: Pakistani Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah is seen on television at a coffee shop in Islamabad. T...

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  • Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon was a 'joyous and independent spirit'
Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon was a 'joyous and independent spirit'

Social media reactions were punctuated by exasperated queries as to why police were telling people to be safer, not stressing that men who commit violent crimes will be persecuted to the full extent of the law. With many in Melbourne and around Australia already deeply distressed by the news a woman had lost her life, her identification by police h...

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  • Arab forces poised to take airport of Yemen's main port city
Arab forces poised to take airport of Yemen's main port city

There was, however, not enough support to urge Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) - which back pro-government Yemeni forces - to halt the offensive. The Houthis' television channel earlier said they had struck a coalition ship off the coast of Hodeidah with two missiles. Friday marked the third day of an offensive to retake Hodeida.

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  • Donald Trump salute to N. Korean general sparks controversy
Donald Trump salute to N. Korean general sparks controversy

And in another concession that surprised our Asian ally, Mr. Trump suggested he would like to withdraw some of the 30,000 US troops in South Korea . He said he would suspend further US military exercises with our faithful ally, saying that such "war games" were " provocative ", a term often used by Pyongyang to condemn U.S military "war games".

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  • Government - rebel peace talks break down
Government - rebel peace talks break down

Nine months later and the bill seemed mainly to bring confusion and acrimony to parliament last week. Why are Brexit rebels upset? Amid chaotic scenes in parliament which saw the SNP walk out en masse during prime minister's questions in protest at the lack of time given to debate devolution-related issues in the bill, everyone waited to se...

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  • TTP chief Mullah Fazlullah killed in USA strike, confirms Afghan ministry
TTP chief Mullah Fazlullah killed in USA strike, confirms Afghan ministry

The leader of Pakistan's Taliban armed group has been killed in the neighbouring Afghan province of Kunar, Afghanistan's defence ministry said on Friday. "We have been hearing since early Friday that our Emir [leader] was martyred along with four other militant commanders in Marawar area of Kunar", Taliban member Maulvi Abdur Rasheed told Reuters.

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  • Malaysia welcomes United Nations resolution for Palestine
Malaysia welcomes United Nations resolution for Palestine

At least 129 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire during the "Great March of return" protests near the border with Gaza that began at the end of March. An amendment presented by the United States that condemned Hamas for "inciting violence" along the border with Gaza failed to garner the two-thirds majority needed for adoption.

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  • UN Resolution on Gaza Violence Blow to US - Palestinian Foreign Minister
UN Resolution on Gaza Violence Blow to US - Palestinian Foreign Minister

At least 129 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire during protests near the border with Gaza that began at the end of March . Unlike the Security Council, resolutions adopted by the assembly are non-binding and there is no veto. "For some, attacking Israel is their favorite political sport. It makes not one mention of the Hamas terrori...

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  • Trudeau 's Remarks to Cost Canada 'a Lot of Money'
Trudeau 's Remarks to Cost Canada 'a Lot of Money'

Ottawa says it is discussing how it could help steel and aluminium workers affected by the recent imposition of USA tariffs. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy! Shoppers are shunning Kentucky bourbon, California wine and Florida oranges, and avoiding American companies like Starbucks, Walmart and McDonald's, Canadian network C...

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