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40 people killed in bomb, gun attacks in 3 Pakistani cities


Pakistani government and security officials offer prayers during funeral for security personnel killed in a powerful explosion targeting a police vehicle, in Quetta on June 23, 2017. Farhat said officers were still trying to determine whether it was a auto bomb. He said the nature of the blast is yet to be determined. TV reports showed shattered windows of nearby buildings, damaged vehicles and bloodied pieces of human flesh littered the area. Read More »

Citizens from EU countries will be able to stay reiterates May

May, however, described her proposals on citizens' right as "fair and serious", reiterating her previous conditions that the European Union should guarantee equal respect in the post-Brexit scenario for about 1.5 million British citizens living in European Union countries. Read More »

Trump to Democrats Over Georgia Loss: 'Obstruction Doesn't Work!'


Trump was referring to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , who is facing questions about her leadership after Democrats lost the Georgia special House election. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi slammed the Senate GOP's health care bill, calling it "sad, mean, and heartless". The Ohio Democrat said it was time for newer and younger leadership in the Democratic Party , because the message Pelosi and others were pushing just didn't resonate with voters in middle and rural ... Read More »

Murkowski reviewing Senate Republican health care bill

She was asked about the bill's impact on lower-income Iowans now covered by Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act . The biggest single obstacle is that the bill would greatly reduce Obama's Medicaid expansion , which the right sees as out of control but the left fears would leave millions without coverage. Read More »

France to present new security bill amid extremist threats

The officials said Mattis told Isik in the letter that 80 percent of the force which would capture Raqqa would be made up of Arabs and that an Arab force would hold the city. Krzysztof Lapinski reacted Thursday to criticism by Macron who said in an interview with newspapers including Poland's Gazeta Wyborcza daily that East European leaders are betraying Europe's values but want its funds, adding: "Europe is not a supermarket". Read More »

Russia cancels diplomatic meeting in wake of US sanctions

Washington , Jun 21 Russian Federation has canceled a meeting with senior US diplomats in the wake of Washington's decision to reinforce sanctions imposed over its occupation of Crimea, US officials said today. The Treasury Department said in a statement that these measures "are consistent with the USA commitment to seek a diplomatic resolution to the crisis in Ukraine". Read More »

Republicans Are 4-0 Defending Seats, but Could Still Be in Trouble


That doesn't sound good, especially for a party that will likely be working to keep momentum and recruit good candidates to take back the House on what will likely be razor-thin margins in 2018. Moulton is a 38-year-old Iraq war veteran elected to Congress in 2014. You're responsible for everything your platoon does or fails to do. There are just over 500 days until the 2018 midterm elections , during which time the political landscape will undulate repeatedly. Read More »

Arrests of Trumpcare Protesters, Some in Wheelchairs, Outside McConnell's Office


The protest organized by the disability advocacy organization ADAPT , was meant to pressure McConnell and other Republicans not to cut Medicaid funding. The bill would also end the Affordable Care Act's (Obamacare) mandate that most Americans have health insurance. The four men - Ted Cruz of Texas, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Mike Lee of Utah and Rand Paul of Kentucky - issued a joint statement in which they said they are willing to negotiate before the full Senate considers the ... Read More »

North Korea calls death of USA student a 'mystery'

Blue and white ribbons (the school's colors) adorned trees around the school to honor Warmbier. The comments published by KCNA were North Korea's first reaction to Otto Warmbier's death in a U.S. "I didn't know he was sick", he said . "It's like going to, like, Istanbul, Turkey, or any place like that", Rodman said . In a statement announcing his death , Warmbier's family described him as "a warm, engaging, brilliant young man whose curiosity and enthusiasm for life knew no ... Read More »

Grenfell Tower fire caused by faulty fridge, reveals probe

Such were their concerns after the tests that the information was immediately shared with government to disseminate more widely. McCormack said the police are considering manslaughter charges as well as health and safety breaches against companies, organisations or individuals in relation to the fire, the worse fire in London since World War II. Read More »

North Korea calls itself 'biggest victim' in Warmbier's death

He said that North Korea had accepted the Trump administration's "repeated requests" for Mr. Warmbier's release and, "in consideration of his bad health, sent him back home on humanitarian grounds". Warmbier died Monday , just days after he returned to the USA, and his funeral was held in his hometown in Ohio Thursday. The student's death has heightened tensions aggravated by dozens of North Korean missile launches and two nuclear bomb tests since past year. Read More »

United States shoots down armed Iran drone over Syria prompting Russian protests

He told reporters in the Australian capital Canberra: "It won't be long before you start to see the operations again". Mukhin also referred to the Syrian army's operations in Western Raqqa, and said Damascus doesn't intend to confront the Kurdish forces which is evident by taking a look at the map of the military operations in the region. Read More »

Senator: Student held by North Korea was 'amazing young man'

The US doctors had also said that Warmbier's severe brain injury was most likely - given his young age - to have been caused by cardiopulmonary arrest cutting the blood supply to the brain. "He should have been brought home a long time ago", Trump said. Upon his return to the USA, doctors who examined Warmbier said the former University of Virginia student had incurred significant brain damage and was in a state of "unresponsive wakefulness". Read More »

Iran's missile killed at least 50 Daesh terrorists

ISIS fighters during a gun battle in Deir el-Zour in 2015 in a photo released by the terror group's propaganda wing. Israel has traditionally been most concerned with the threat posed by Iran's ballistic missiles, and they have developed a highly complex defensive system to counter them. Read More »

Missing 11-year-old girl found safe


She was last seen wearing a gray tank top, blue jean jacket and blue jeans. The suspect is driving a black newer model, Ford F-150 with an unknown license plate number. weighs 122 pounds, has brown hair with blonde tips. Law enforcement officials believe Sophia is in grave or immediate danger, authorities said. Anyone with information can call Corpus Christi police at 361-886-2802. Read More »

Led strikes in Syria kill 472 civilians in a month


The attacks covered two provinces in Syria, with 222 civilians killed in Deir Ezzor, and the other 250 civilians killed in the Raqqa Province. Rami Abdul Rahman, director of SOHR, told the AFP news agency that the total deaths caused by coalition strikes in Syria now amounted to 1,953. Read More »

NJ health care industry reacts to Senate bill

The Senate bill, like the legislation the House passed last month, would roll back that expansion, leaving millions in danger of losing their health insurance. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) met with Pastor Janice Hill to discuss Republican Party health care legislation. Even former President Obama made a pitch to save his signature achievement, writing on Facebook that the GOP plan is "a massive transfer of wealth " from the poor or middle class to rich Americans. Read More »

Kovind set to file nomination

Elsewhere, Leader of the Opposition in the TS Legislative Council Mohd. Congress strategists Ahmed Patel and Ghulam Nabi Azad rushed to convince Pawar at his Delhi residence. The opposition is against Kovind's name being finalised for the post of president on grounds that they were not consulted prior to the announcement. Read More »

BJP slams Congress for `dividing` nation on Presidential election


The customary bonhomie between Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his ruling alliance partner Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav was missing on Friday evening at the iftar party hosted by Mr. Reddy reiterated that Rao had pro-BJP leanings. Opposition Presidential candidate Meira Kumar has joined the battle for the top post against NDA nominee Ram Nath Kovind , and highlighted her experience and capability to take on her rival. Read More »