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Sabzar killing: Curfew imposed in parts of Srinagar

The almost 16-hour gunfight ended early Saturday when Bhat and his associate were killed. He was named as the successor of Wani after the latter was killed in a gunfight with security forces on July 8 previous year. As per reports, clashes broke out in Meemander in Shopian and Warpora in Sopore, Trehgam in Kupwara as forces fired teargas shells on protesters to disperse them, while the protesters pelted stones towards the forces, triggering clashes. Read More »

Trump Aides Defend His Decision to Exit Paris Climate Accord

He and 68 city mayors vowed to cut greenhouse emissions. "It was possible to change the obligations of the United States under these Paris agreements", Putin said at the St. They were so happy". The French ministry is trolling Donald Trump for deciding to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement . Obama strongly defended the Paris agreement as a measure to "protect the world we leave to our children". Read More »

World Leaders Speak Out, Disagree With Trump's Decision to Quit Paris Agreement

That's why, when Donald Trump announced that he was pulling the United States out of the Paris Agreement , it was met with backlash from democrats, republicans, and countless U.S. Earlier, on Friday Russia had said that despite USA withdrawal it was still likely to back the agreement to fight climate change. It will undermine the most significant and comprehensive coordinating mechanism for global action to combat climate change that we have. Read More »

Megyn Kelly gets off to low-key start on 'Sunday Night'

Speaking at Russia's annual showcase economic forum in Saint Petersburg on Friday, Putin slammed accusations that Moscow meddled in the election. He's expected to be questioned Tuesday about Trump's alleged efforts to get him to drop the probe into the Trump campaign's ties to Russian Federation - an investigation that concerns Michael Flynn . Read More »

Turkey says Germans can visit Konya base rather than Incirlik


Tension between Turkey and Germany rose last week after a German parliamentary delegation was not allowed to visit the Incirlik Air Base, where German troops are stationed. Gabriel underlined on Sunday the importance of parliamentary visits to German troops stationed overseas, and renewed his call on Turkey to allow such visits to take place. Read More »

4 nations cut diplomatic ties to Qatar as Gulf rift deepens

The ministry's statement has also given 14 -day ultimatum to Qatari citizens as they have to leave Bahrain within two weeks and that air and sea traffic between the two countries would be halted. However, Qatar's defensive statements did not save it from the anger of its neighbours, who blocked Qatari-based media, including the Doha-based satellite news network Al-Jazeera. Read More »

Bahrain cuts diplomatic ties to Qatar as Gulf rift deepens

Some of its flights were going through Iranian airspace Monday. Comments from Jameed Al Dhyabi , a Saudi commentator, give a sense of how the governments in other Gulf Cooperation Council countries saw Qatar's actions. The measures taken against Qatar are lighter than the ones used in 2014, when Saudi Arabia , UAE , and Bahrain withdrew their ambassadors from the country. Read More »

India cruise past Pakistan

Top-order batsmen Rohit Sharma (91 runs in 119 balls), skipper Virat Kohli (81 not out), Shikhar Dhawan (68 runs in 65 balls) and Yuvraj Singh (53 runs in 32 balls) were the major contributors to India's cause. "For us to have a performance as tentative as that right from the start is a worry and the only thing I can think of is the magnitude of the occasion got to them". Read More »

Rock icon Gregg Allman laid to rest

Many fans shared memories of concerts, and some blared the band's songs from their cars and trucks. Bagpipes could be heard playing as Allman was carried into Rose Hill Cemetery to be buried near his older brother and band mate Duane Allman , as well as band mate Berry Oakley, who both died in Macon in the early 1970s in separate motorcycle crashes. Read More »

Arts, cultural exchanges strengthen Singapore-Australia ties: PM Lee

Turnbull said one way China could show its good intentions would be to curb North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons. Turnbull's relationship with Trump got off to a bad start in January, after Trump abruptly ended a phone call with the prime minister that he described as "the worst" among the five world leaders he spoke to that day. Read More »

Russia says North Korea nukes are a 'direct threat'

Russian Federation has denounced North Korea's nuclear ambitions as a "direct threat" to the country. The general also reiterated that China will continue to follow its three principles on the issue, namely sticking to denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, sticking to peace and stability on the peninsula and sticking to peacefully resolving the issue. Read More »

GOP Senator: 'I Don't See A Comprehensive Health Care Plan This Year'


House earlier this month, which polls have shown is deeply unpopular. Now, larger shares fear the cost of health care for themselves or their families (45 percent), they're ability to acquire and keep coverage (34 percent) and the quality of that coverage (34 percent) would get worse under the GOP plan to scrap the law. Read More »

Police arrest 12 over London Bridge attack

At least 48 people were injured in the attack, the third to hit Britain in less than three months and occurring days ahead of a snap parliamentary election on Thursday. "Evil, evil people", he told The Guardian newspaper. One eyewitness interviewed on BBC said he saw men run up to members of the public in Borough Market and say, "This is for Allah" and then stab them. Read More »

Corbyn's refusal to say he would push nuclear button 'really spine-chilling'

Mr Corbyn said that seven years of austerity had left public sector workers under a pay cap, hit public services, caused a housing crisis, while the very richest had got richer and received tax giveaways from the Government. The decline in support for the Conservatives coincided with a surprise announcement by May last month that she would make elderly people pay more for their social care, despite concerns that it could undermine support among ageing, wealthy homeowners - a core source ... Read More »

Hamas denies Qatar requested that members leave country

US investigators are in Qatar to help probe the alleged hacking of the Gulf state's news agency website, Arab and USA law enforcement officials said. Qatar's government claimed its official websites had been hacked and categorically denied in which the country's leader expressed support for Iran. Read More »

Scenes From the London Terror Attack

Rowley told reporters that the attackers appeared to be wearing explosive vests, making the need to use lethal force and multiple rounds "a matter of life or death". Several people were killed in the terror attack at the heart of London and dozens injured. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility . The BBC showed a photograph of two possible attackers shot by police, one of whom had canisters strapped to his body. Read More »

Gov't bans live poultry sales after bird flu cases

This after they received reports of suspected bird flu over the weekend, which raised the prospect of a second outbreak in just two months. Kim added that the government's "hasty decision" to lower the alert level last week is partly to blame for the re-emerged bird flu even with numerous unauthorized backyard farms in individual households distributing poultry from and to local farmers. Read More »

Putin denies having compromising information on Trump


Putin is dismissing as "a load of nonsense" the idea that Russian Federation has damaging information on President Donald Trump and denies having any relationship with him, said Putin in an interview with NBC's "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly ". Read More »

Governor Acharya's message on World Environment Day


While extending greetings to the people of the state on World Environment Day , Acharya hoped that the occasion will give thrust to the commitment towards preservation and protection of our pristine environment . In his message, he stated that World Environment Day is observed every year to create global awareness for protection of nature and earth and also to take positive environmental actions. Read More »

Macron says handshake with Trump 'wasn't innocent'


Quoted in the Sunday newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche , Macron said, "my handshake with him, it wasn't innocent", the Associated Press reported Sunday. The handshake occurred Thursday in Brussels when both leaders were present for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. Macron then forcefully pats the yanking arm of Trump. Read More »

Ariana Grande thanks the crowd at 'One Love Manchester'


Take That , who are from Manchester, followed Mumford with fun energy that the crowd danced to. The couple sang their duet "The Way" from Grande's 2013 album "Yours Truly", and Miller's "Dang!" from his 2016 album "The Divine Feminine". "I am pleased to say we have the full support of Greater Manchester police and the government and are assured the safety of all those attending is the highest priority", Braun wrote. Read More »