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Pakistan Yet To Provide Copy Of Kulbhushan Jadhav's Death Sentence To India

The government is also likely to review its attempts in the past few months to encourage people to people contacts with Pakistan. India has sought consular access to Jadhav 13 times earlier, but the permission was refused each time. Muslims protest against Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif for the death sentence given to Kulbhushan Jadhav, in Allahabad, on Friday. Despite various reports about Pakistan's official position on the latest request from India, sources confirmed that Islamabad has not ... Read More »

Former Afghan president condemns MOAB strike on ISIS


The US launched GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb in combat for the first time Thursday, hitting IS tunnel network in a remote, rugged area of eastern Nangarhar province. Afghan troops, backed by USA warplanes and special forces, have been battling militants linked to Islamic State in eastern Afghanistan for years. Afghan officials had earlier said the bombing had killed 36 IS fighters. Read More »

USA 'playing the terrorism game' in Syria warns Russian Federation

Haley added that she thought a regime change was necessary in Syria because "all of the parties are going to see that Assad is not the leader that needs to be taking place for Syria". Tillerson said the U.S. priority in Syria was defeating Islamic State, the militant group also known as ISIS. However, "whether Russian Federation was complicit here or whether they were simply incompetent or whether they got outwitted" by the Syrian government, they had "failed in their commitment to the ... Read More »

U.S. confirms 'failed' North Korea missile test

North Korea has a habit of firing off missiles to mark major political anniversaries, or as gestures of defiance to top United States officials visiting the region. How North Korea would respond to even a limited strike is unknown, but it threatened on Friday to "ruthlessly ravage" the United States if Washington chooses to attack. Read More »

Cleveland Police Search For Suspect Who Reportedly Killed Man On Facebook Live


Cleveland Police are searching for a man they say shot and killed another man during a Facebook Live video Sunday afternoon. He is considered armed and unsafe, according to police. He claimed during the video to have carried out additional killings. "And I'm about to keep killing until they catch me", he adds. He also allegedly claimed to have killed other people. Read More »

Thousands march to demand Trump release tax returns


An estimated 250 to 300 people gathered Saturday afternoon at a Tax Day rally in Alton Baker Park, then marched through downtown Eugene. According to multiple sources from BuzzFeed, the two groups violently clashed after pro-Trump supporters "were confronted by self-described anti-fascist protesters". Read More »

McCain: North Korea 'first real test' for Trump


In its exchange rate report to Congress, the treasury said that in spite of China's large trade surplus with the USA, it was not acting improperly to depress the value of its currency. Coal sales are an important source of revenue for Kim Jong Un's government, and the US says China has turned back some shipments in recent days. "The president has made clear that he will not accept the United States and its allies and partners in the region being under threat from this hostile regime with ... Read More »

Gas released into crowd of Berkeley protesters


Several fights broke out before the anticipated noon start of the pro-Trump rally and at least one unidentified person fired pepper spray into the crowd. Protesters began converging on Cambridge Common in Massachusetts, where they also plan to call on the all-Democratic Massachusetts Congressional delegation to oppose Trump's budget proposal. Read More »

Tamil Nadu complies with SC order, 3320 liquor outlets closed


Kerala Finance Minister Thomas Isaac said the revenue loss would adversely impact the funding of the government. Government should implement the Supreme Court direction, he said. "Alone 25,000 people will be jobless in Haryana alone because of the ban on serving liquor (within 500 metres of highways)", Hotel and Restaurant Association of Haryana (HRAH), President, Manbeer Chaudhary said today. Read More »

Matt Calvert has discipline hearing for cross-checking Tom Kuhnhackl

Calvert broke his stick across Kuhnhackl's back on a cross-check and came back for a second check immediately as Kuhnhackl was doubled over trying to gather himself. The Blue Jackets have not. "I'm proud of our club, the way they've handled themselves". That series is tied at one. Blue Jackets forward Matt Calvert scored midway into the third period, marking his second goal in as many contests and third point after being held off the scoresheet in his previous 11 games. Read More »

NKorean test missile explodes on launch

United States military officials are reporting that North Korea attempt to launch a missile along its east coast, but it blew up nearly immediately. The US, along with the majority of the worldwide community, blamed that attack on the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad althpugh the regime - and there main supporters Russian Federation - have denied it. Read More »

Blue Jackets' Calvert to face hearing for hit on Kuhnhackl

Pittsburgh leads series 2-0. Sidney Crosby played a significant role in the Game 2 win with a goal and two assists. Jones says it's a nice option to be able to turn to another Stanley Cup Champion as the backup. The Penguins are up 2-0 in this series, outscoring the Blue Jackets 7-2, but the Blue Jackets have outplayed the Penguins for stretches. Fleury, 32, was pressed into action in the opener of the series on Wednesday after rookie Matt Murray sustained a lower-body injury in warmups. Read More »

Iran's Defense of Assad Raises Questions About Its Own Chemical Weapons Program


CNN interviewed victims of the attack, who fled to nearby Turkey, who recounted the horrific aftermath of a gas attack, saying the town of Khan Sheikhoun was struck by regime warplanes. Britain's Ambassador, Sir Geoffrey Adams, told the meeting that United Kingdom scientists have analyzed samples from Khan Shaykhun and they "tested positive for the nerve agent sarin, or a sarin-like substance". Read More »

North Korea Defies US Warnings With Failed Missile Test

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said Sunday that North Korea's "provocation" underscored the risks faced by American and South Korean service members, hours after the North conducted a failed missile launch shortly before Pence's arrival. Pacific Command said the missile "blew up nearly immediately", adding the type of missile was being analysed. Other White House reporters cited their own unnamed sources as saying the US planned only to retaliate. Read More »

North Korea fails to launch missile


North Korea fired another missile Sunday, but it blew up nearly immediately after it was launched, according to military officials in the US and South Korea. But a White House foreign policy adviser travelling with Pence played down Sunday's test, saying the missile - probably a medium-range one - failed after about four to five seconds. Read More »

Russian Federation slams OPCW over Syria gas probe

Syrian President Bashar Assad has denied culpability for the April 4 chemical attacks. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons is investigating the attack. president also said that the recent missile strike against Assad's military was not the beginning of a campaign to remove the dictator, further noting that the goal is to eradicate the ISIS, NYPost reported. Read More »

Student one of 3 dead in San Bernardino school shooting

Hundreds of people attended a candlelight vigil for the victims Tuesday evening at North Park Elementary. The shooting came 15 months after a terror attack in San Bernardino that killed 14 people and wounded 22 others at a meeting of county employees. Read More »

Pope condemns Syria attack in Easter address

Pope Francis has used his Easter address to condemn Saturday's deadly attack on a bus convoy in Syria. Star: Pope Francis waving to excited crowds at the Easter Sunday Mass in Vatican City. Breaking with tradition the Pope gave an off the cuff homily encouraging Christians to keep the faith despite the wars, sickness and hatred in the world. Read More »

'Number of IS fighters killed by US bomb jumps to 90'

Ataullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor in Nangarhar, said on Saturday the number of Islamic State group dead was up from the 36 reported a day earlier. But former president Hamid Karzai on Saturday criticised both the Afghan and United States governments for the attack in Nangarhar. "We have US Forces at the site and we see no evidence of civilian casualties nor have there been reports ", Nicholson said. Read More »

Christians Advised To Proclaim Resurrection Of Jesus

Gen. Sani Usman, said the COAS facilitates with all troops for successfully witnessing this sacred period, calling on all Nigerians to "pray for our dear country and troops, especially those deployed in the fight against insurgency in the North East and in other theatres". Read More »

Red Sox rally late to topple Pirates, 4-3

Kuhl's lone blemish against Boston came in the second inning, when he let up two doubles in a span of three batters including one to Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland , who has doubled in seven straight games. The major league record for consecutive games with a double is eight, shared by Derrek Lee (2007) an Yadier Molina (2016). His last time out was on the 8th against the Blue Jays where he allowed two runs on five hits, while he walked three and struck out eight. Read More »

Laundromat for poor - opened by Pope

After Sunday's attacks it said in a statement released on Amaq: "Let the crusaders and apostates know that they will pay a huge bill with their son's blood". Many are forced to flee and live as refugees in in other lands. She said she tries to help them discover they are loved and have a right "to dream and dream big". Read More »

Cyclone Cook to affect most of NZ, landfall likely Thursday

The residents of New Zealand have begun cleaning up after the country escaped the worst of a powerful storm that swept across the island nation on Thursday (13 April). Civil defence head Sarah Stuart-Black said emergency crews were assessing the damage and it could take two days for the full extent to be known. "We are now experiencing widespread outages across our network regions as the wild weather wreaks havoc on the network", power company Unison, which provides power to Hawke's Bay said ... Read More »

Egypt declares state of emergency after ISIS bombing kills 44


Hundreds gathered yesterday to mourn 45 Egyptian Christians killed in twin bombings just a week before Easter, after Cairo declared a state of emergency following the attacks on two churches. Not long afterward, a suicide bomber attacked outside St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria, according to state news outlets. Dozens have been killed in sectarian violence. Read More »

Expected N Korean missile test fizzles

South Korea, which has about 20 million people living within artillery range of North Korea, worries about not being included in two things: US decisions on pre-emptive action against its northern neighbor and USA discussions with the Chinese over the issue, Hill told Raddatz, who anchored the show from South Korea. Read More »