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Rocket strikes Indian diplomatic compound in Kabul, no casualties


However, so far no casualties have been reported. A rocket exploded at the tennis court of a guest house of the Indian Embassy. "Investigations are ongoing", Indian Ambassador in Afghanistan Manpreet Vohra told ANI. According to Afghanistan based Tolo News , the attack comes despite the extremely tight security in Kabul . Representatives from at least 23 countries are participating in the summit aimed at establishing peace in the country. Read More »

Gunman in Orlando workplace rampage was Army vet


A fifth man was transported to a nearby hospital where he died, according to Demings. The shooting occurs one week before the first anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting which resulted in 49 victims, becoming the deadliest mass shooting in the modern history of the United States. Read More »

Vijay Mallya spotted at India vs Pak match with Gavaskar


Mallya was seen wearing his typical white coat and a number of pictures of him that showed him sitting and enjoying the match were shared on Twitter. Vijay Mallya's Kingfisher owes over Rs 9,000 crore to various banks in India and he had fled to the United Kingdom in March past year. Read More »

London terrorist had been in 'Jihadis Next Door' doc

Of the 48 people taken to the hospital following the violence that started on London Bridge and continued in Borough Market , officials said Monday that "36 are now being cared for in London hospitals with 18 remaining in a critical condition". Read More »

London Bridge attack: Counter terrorism officers raid house in Ilford

May said the three recent attacks , which had claimed at least 34 lives, were not thought to be connected. While Khuram Butt was on a radicalisation path that would lead to the worst atrocity in London in more than a decade, his older brother was trying to fight the hate that leads to terrorism. Read More »

Wawrinka, Murray, Halep in action in 4th round in Paris

Garcia sealed the result on the second of three match points when the No. 43 hit a forehand into the net following a long rally. Andy Murray says his ability to "reset" after setbacks has been crucial to his improved form at the French Open . Read More »

After London attack, Theresa May faces heat over police cuts

Police had shot dead the attackers, who were wearing fake suicide vests, eight minutes after the first distress call, wounding one civilian in the process. She had room in her heart for everyone and believed strongly that every person was to be valued and respected. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said a French citizen was also killed. Read More »

Scotland's Sturgeon sees independence from United Kingdom by 2025: ITV

She reminded voters that Brexit negotiations are due to start less than two weeks after the June 8 election. "In seats across the country it is the Liberal Democrats that are set to sweep the SNP out and in these key areas people should back the Liberal Democrats to change the direction of this country and send a message to the SNP that they can not keep sweeping our problems under the carpet". Read More »

General Election: Labour continuing to close gap on Tories new poll shows


Mr Corbyn swung the election's focus onto the importance of tackling the "grossly imbalanced" economy, rather than the themes of leadership and Brexit favoured by the Tories. "I could have stayed on doing that job for another couple of years and not called an election". May had said she was too busy "thinking about Brexit negotiations" and "meeting voters" to take part in the debate. Read More »

US Reports Successful Anti-ICBM Missile Test


The U.S. military released a video on Wednesday, of what it said was a successful test of its missile shield, under simulation of an attack by a long-range ballistic missile. An interceptor was then blasted off from an underground missile silo at Vandenberg Air Force Base north of Los Angeles. "This was one of the biggest tests this company has had in a very long time and to have it be a 100 percent success was really very rewarding for a large number of our workforce", Orbital ATK Vice ... Read More »

London Bridge attackers identified, one was born in Pakistan

The second alleged attacker was identified by police as Rachid Redouane , who alternately used the surname Elkhdar, and claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan. All 10 people still being held as part of the investigation were released without charge yesterday. Much of the area around London Bridge remained cordoned off as commuters struggled to work in the driving rain. Read More »

Why we should never, ever ignore Donald Trump's tweets


This isn't first Twitter bot for Neiss either. It's easy to dismiss Trumps Twitter ramblings as just that, but when you read them in the format of a White House press release, they sound way more serious, yet simultaneously more ridiculous. Read More »

Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus elected as new WHO Director

On a personal note, Tedros has worn different hats including that of Ethiopia's Foreign Affairs Minister (2012-2016) and Health Minister (2005-2012). Infectious disease outbreaks like Ebola and Zika remain a major concern. He also served as Chair of the Global Fund and of the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership Board (RBM), where he secured "record funding" for the two organizations and created the Global Malaria Action Plan, which expanded RBM's reach beyond Africa to Asia and Latin ... Read More »

100000 children in extreme danger in Mosul, trapped behind IS lines


Hawkins said in a statement . Iraqi paramilitary Hashd Shaabi units on Monday recaptured nine villages from Islamic State (IS) militants near the Iraqi-Syrian border. IS seized Mosul in 2014, and the operation that began last October to retake the city has pushed hundreds of thousands of residents to flee their homes. Read More »

India's Adani gives final approval for $4 billion Australia coalmine


Julien Vincent, Executive Director of environmental finance group, Market Forces, said, "Adani still faces an uphill slog to secure finance for what is an unviable project". The company has said the project, at an initial cost of $4 billion, would pay billions of dollars in royalties and taxes, create jobs and export coal to India help bring electricity to rural regions. Read More »

India to protest violation of airspace by China


An Indian report states that the two Chinese helicopters had been seen hovering over the "Barahoti sector" of the China-India boundary and were violating India's airspace rules. "But that didn't happen". The application for accession by non-NPT countries is a multi-lateral question and should be addressed on the basis of consensus of the NSG members, Hua said when asked for reaction to Swaraj's comments. Read More »

Tent collapses during Shivraj Chouhan's event, 20 injured


For days, farmers in the state have been holding large protests, demanding higher prices for their produce including onions and dal . BKS's kshetriya sangathan mantri Shivkant Dixit said the farmers have made a decision to withdraw their stir as the chief minister agreed to "most of their demands". Read More »

Qatar minister calls for calm as diplomatic crisis spirals

Qatar's southern portion is known as North Field, while Iran's slice to the north is called South Pars. The story was the same across town at one of the several Monoprix stores, where staff said it had been one of the busiest days at work they had known. Read More »

Diane Abbott pulls out of BBC debate due to illness


Diane Abbott , the shadow home secretary, was accused of not being on top of her brief after failing to identify a single point made in a leading counter-terrorism report. Speaking about the London terror attack, she said Theresa May should be "embarrassed" by police cuts, The Sun reports. I'm going on to do another media interview. Read More »

Could Arab States' Isolation of Qatar Cause Big Problems for US?

However, it terms of the concessions Qatar is urged to make, it remains unclear whether any of them will actually happen. The Gulf countries ordered their citizens out of Qatar and gave Qataris overseas 14 days to return home to their peninsular nation, whose only land border is with Saudi Arabia. Read More »

Gulf rift over Qatar may affect U.S. goals in Mideast

Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates and Yemen announced the decision on Monday, just weeks after President Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia where he addressed the leaders of fifty Muslim countries, including Qatar, calling for them to "drive out" Islamic extremists. Read More »

TBSE Madhyamik result 2017 OUT NOW at tripuraresults


Formed in the year 1973, the Tripura Board of Secondary Education or TBSE is a state agency which is involved in providing quality education to all students in the state of Tripura. The students should be ready with the Roll number in order to generate the results 2017. Other than checking result on the website, you can also get the result by sending SMS. Read More »

Tillerson insists Trump is not turning back on climate change

Since the 1990s, the global community has been engaging in forging collective actions on climate change . "It is imperative to avoid undermining global agreements such as the Paris agreement , which is a global symbol of joint cooperation and has strengthened multilateralism". Read More »