• Supreme Court suspends hearing on Section 377 till July 17
Supreme Court suspends hearing on Section 377 till July 17

It is important to note that Thursday's proceedings come a day after the Centre, which had earlier been advocating status quo on Section 377, left it to the "wisdom of the court" to decide whether the said legal provisions should stay or be quashed.

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  • Protests Erupt After Man Fatally Shot by Chicago Police
Protests Erupt After Man Fatally Shot by Chicago Police

A crowd of protesters sparred with a group of Chicago police officers Saturday evening near the street where an officer fatally shot a man during a confrontation in South Shore. The report said that the police department violated the constitutional rights of residents for years, permitting racial bias against blacks and killing people who did n...

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  • Theresa May: Donald Trump told me to sue the EU
Theresa May: Donald Trump told me to sue the EU

The United States looks forward to finalising a great bilateral trade agreement with the United Kingdom. In an article for The Mail on Sunday , she called for MPs to take a "practical and pragmatic" approach rather than face a "damaging and disorderly" Brexit .

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  • Italy Receives 450 Migrants on Rescue Vessels Despite Salvini Opposition
Italy Receives 450 Migrants on Rescue Vessels Despite Salvini Opposition

Conte posted the text of two separate letters he sent to European heads of state and government and to the presidents of the European Commission and the European Council. "Of the 450 migrants on two ships off the Italian coast, France and Malta have agreed to take 50 each, and other countries will do the same". Mr.

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  • Industrial park blast kills 19, hurts 12 in southwest China
Industrial park blast kills 19, hurts 12 in southwest China

The authorities in Jiang'an county said the blast happened at a factory run by Yibin Hengda Technology, according to Reuters . Photos circulating on social media showed plumes of smoke coming out from the remains of the building. In 2015, 173 people died in an explosion at a chemical warehouse in the north-eastern port city of Tianjin. China...

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  • Scores of Civilians, Militants Killed in Eastern Syria Strike
Scores of Civilians, Militants Killed in Eastern Syria Strike

In a written statement, the US-led alliance said: "The coalition or our partner forces may have conducted strikes in the vicinity of Al-Soussa and Baghour Fukhani" on Thursday. coalition air power from the east. The towns are in ISIS-held areas east of the Euphrates River near Al Boukamal in Deir ez-Zor Govenorate, the monitor added.

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  • Mother tried to sell sex with two year-old daughter for $1,200
Mother tried to sell sex with two year-old daughter for $1,200

The District Attorney's office says Peters made an agreement with an undercover detective to bring her 2-year-old daughter to Conroe , Texas , for the objective of allowing a man to have sex with the child for $1,200. Sentenced Thursday was Sarah Marie Peters , 25, following her pleading guilty to charges including that of prostitution . Her da...

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  • Missing Portland woman who vanished along California coast found alive
Missing Portland woman who vanished along California coast found alive

Angela Hernandez said she was trying to avoid hitting an animal when she swerved her jeep off the cliff in Big Sur. She was spotted on Friday by two hikers who found her yelling for help on the remote Monterey County beach. Once located, deputies confirmed that it was Angela Hernandez and that she was being transported to the hospital. The 23-ye...

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  • Trump says Britain must get Brexit 'carve out' for US trade deal
Trump says Britain must get Brexit 'carve out' for US trade deal

The pound fell 0.6 percent to $1.31 after Trump's comments. - Immigration rules will be as streamlined as possible to ensure smooth passage for legitimate travel while strengthening the security of the UK's borders, it said. - saying, "That's all that matters". "The relationship is further back than it was a few days ago", Dr. Jacob Parakilas, ...

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  • Conservative rebels target Theresa May's Brexit plan
Conservative rebels target Theresa May's Brexit plan

Other Brexit-supporting Conservative lawmakers have criticised the Chequers "peace deal", saying that May's plans offered a Brexit in name only, a betrayal of what they saw as her promise for a clean break with the EU. "I think you have to give all the protagonists, whether it's the president or the prime minister, a little bit of leeway here". ...

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  • Salisbury street cordoned off by police after man falls ill
Salisbury street cordoned off by police after man falls ill

It comes less than a week after Dawn Sturgess from nearby Amesbury died from Novichok poisoining, with her partner still fighting for life in hospital . Britain's Foreign Office said Friday that the United Kingdom has asked the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to collect samples for analysis at its labs.

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  • Israel hits Hamas targets Gaza with largest daytime airstrikes since 2014 war
Israel hits Hamas targets Gaza with largest daytime airstrikes since 2014 war

A 15-year-old Palestinian who tried to climb over the fence into Israel was shot dead. Hamas stopped short of claiming responsibility for the rocket fire, but Barhoum earlier called it "an immediate response by the resistance to the escalation" by Israel and a deterrence to further Israeli attacks.

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  • EU's Jean-Claude Juncker stumbled at NATO gala because of 'sciatica attack'
EU's Jean-Claude Juncker stumbled at NATO gala because of 'sciatica attack'

Mr Shinas said he was unaware whether Mr Juncker had received medical treatment following the event - but insisted the president takes medication to help ease the pain caused by sciatica. Before beginning his planned remarks, Juncker explained: "I have some difficulties to walk. I would prefer to be drunk". He makes no secret of enjoying a drink bu...

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  • After Blasting UK Over Brexit, Donald Trump Says Relationship Very Strong
After Blasting UK Over Brexit, Donald Trump Says Relationship Very Strong

President Donald Trump in an interview said the United States would kill any unilateral trade agreement with the United Kingdom if UK Prime Minister Theresa May and the European Union implement a Brexit compromise arrangement. "We will do a trade deal with them and with others around the rest of the world", she added. "We don't have to s...

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  • 2 people injured in apparent shark attacks at same beach
2 people injured in apparent shark attacks at same beach

Florida accounted for 58% of all shark attacks in the USA and 35% of the world's total in 2017, according to the University of Florida International Shark Attack File (ISAF) 2017 Worldwide Shark Attack Summary. Witnesses added they saw fins in the water. "He laid down at the lifeguard stand and they just went to wrapping and gauzing". "He yel...

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  • Zimbabwe opposition MDC alliance stages another demonstration demanding electoral reforms
Zimbabwe opposition MDC alliance stages another demonstration demanding electoral reforms

Senior leaders of the party submitted a petition to ZEC demanding a raft of electoral reforms which they said if not availed "will threaten the holding of the election scheduled on the 30th of July 2018". But the electoral register has always been a contentious feature of Zimbabwe's elections, fueling accusations of vote rigging in previous polls. ...

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  • Israeli Gaza strikes biggest since 2014 war: air force
Israeli Gaza strikes biggest since 2014 war: air force

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Hamas had been hit with "the hardest blow" since a 2014 war "and we will increase the strength of our attacks as necessary". Striking in the heart of Gaza City is typically only seen during full-blown conflicts like the war of 2014 and could mark a sign that violence is escalating.

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  • Trump Says Europe Is 'Losing Its Culture' Due to Immigration - Lauretta Brown
Trump Says Europe Is 'Losing Its Culture' Due to Immigration - Lauretta Brown

Donald Trump and the whole world leader gang got together to reaffirm their commitment to worldwide defense and cooperation this week and it did not go at all as planned. "The wonderful thing about our city is the diversity". "The clear message from President Trump is having an impact", he said. "I think they agree with me on immigration".

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  • Australian divers relive 'life and death' Thai cave rescue
Australian divers relive 'life and death' Thai cave rescue

However Dr Harris and Dr Challen, who are due to return to Australia today, deflected attention towards an global taskforce they worked alongside to help save the lives of the Wild Boars soccer team in northern Thailand. "Telepathy nearly comes into play". Dr Harris and Dr Challen gave a shout-out to the dozens of experts from around the world wh...

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  • Top Democrats Ask Trump Not To Meet Putin Alone
Top Democrats Ask Trump Not To Meet Putin Alone

They are accused of stealing usernames and passwords of volunteers in Democrat Hillary Clinton's campaign, including its chairman, John Podesta. The attempt to penetrate Clinton's campaign began March 10, 2016, and hit a significant success on March 19 when the Russian intelligence officers busted open the email account of John Podesta, Clint...

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