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Hindu terror exists, they indulge only in violence: Kamal Haasan

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Chennai: Raking up yet another controversy, Tamil superstar Kamal Haasan has said right wing groups can not deny the existence of "Hindu terror" in their ranks. Kamal Haasan is a morally corrupt person, he can do anything at any time; he cannot be taken seriously. "Today, when Kamal Hassan makes similar comments, he is actually joining the ranks of P. Read More »

Police nab 'nonchalant' gunman who killed 3 at Colorado Walmart

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Avila says investigators looking at surveillance video did see other people in the Walmart who were armed. Two men died inside the Walmart, which is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of Denver in a busy shopping center. Thornton police are searching for 47-year-old Scott Ostrem, who they say fled in a auto before officers arrived. SWAT officers who helped with the arrest did use a "flash bang" to distract Ostrem, Avila said. Read More »

Book World closing chain, including Mason City store

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Books, toys, games, puzzles and other merchandise will all be sold at a heavily reduced price. Yellen Partners is assisting the company with its closing and liquidation process. In a statement issued Tuesday, Senior Vice President Mark Dupont announced all 45 Book World stores in seven states will close. The store's selection of magazines and new books was unparalleled in Baraboo. Read More »

Collins Dictionary Names 'Fake News' as Word of the Year

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The phrase, defined as " false, often sensational, information disseminated under the guise of news reporting ", has been named by Collins as the 2017 word of the year. The phrase, often capitalised, is frequently a feature of Trump's rhetoric; in the last few days alone he has tweeted of how "the Fake News is working overtime" in relation to the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. Read More »

Trump Recommends Death Penalty, Guantanamo for NY Attacker

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Trump first raised the idea of sending him to Guantanamo on Wednesday, saying he would consider it, and late that night wrote on Twitter that the attacker "SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY!" President Donald Trump said Wednesday he would consider sending Sayfullo Saipov (sy-foo-LOH' sah-YEE'-pawf) to Guantanamo Bay. Read More »

Americans are more burdened about the country than monetary or occupational gains

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The American Psychological Association released its annual "Stress in America" survey , which revealed that most Americans say they can't remember a worse time in America. A mental health study has found that the majority of American adults believe that the US has reached its lowest point in their lifetime and that the future of the country weighs heavily on their psychological well-being. Read More »

Israeli warplanes have struck inside Syria

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Prior to the attack, local residents witnessed Israeli jets circling the area, and Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV reported they had been doing so for over an hour. The airstrikes were heard in the Bekaa area in Lebanon and were followed by Israeli overflights over the Lebanese-Syrian border. And in April, Syria's government accused Israel of firing several missiles at a military position near Damascus airport, triggering a huge explosion. Read More »

Kidde recalls almost 38 million fire extinguishers

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The two fire extinguishers recalled were the Kidde fire extinguishers with plastic handles and Kidde push-button Pindicator fire extinguishers . Date codes for recalled models manufactured from January 2, 2012 through August 15, 2017 are 00212 through 22717. Read More »

Britain should right the wrong done through the Balfour declaration

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The UK has rejected calls to apologize and has said it is proud of its role . Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, a long-time critic of Israeli policy towards the Palestinians, declined an invitation to attend the dinner with Netanyahu. The Palestinian Foreign Ministry urged on Thursday the United Kingdom government to shoulder its responsibility and correct the historical injustices it committed against the Palestinian people. Read More »

Myanmar's Suu Kyi visits Rakhine State

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About 600,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since 25 August. The United Nations has condemned the ongoing violence against the Rohingya inside Myanmar, with UN Human Rights Chief Zeid Raad al-Huseein labeling it "textbook ethnic cleansing". Read More »

Australian detention center on Papua New Guinea loses power

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Ahead of a meeting between Malcolm Turnbull and Ms Ardern, Mr Boochani urged the new NZ PM to "put pressure on the Australian government to accept the offer". The relocation of the men is designed as a temporary measure, allowing the United States time to complete vetting of refugees as part of a refugee swap deal that Australia hopes will see it no longer responsible for the detention of almost 1,400 asylum seekers who have been classified as refugees. Read More »

Obama promotes health care law on first day of sign-ups

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Go to Healthcare.gov to find a link to your state's marketplace and review plans available in your area. "Most people who already have plans through the federal marketplace will be automatically re-enrolled, but Lodes urges customers to return to healthcare.gov since plan pricing and coverage changes every year". Read More »

Catalonia: Sacked leaders summoned to Madrid court

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This came after Catalan lawmakers voted to declare independence of the affluent north-eastern region. According to Sky News , the ousted leader also said he and his ministers would only return if Spain "can guarantee. The Spanish government insists it has no influence over the country's judiciary, the BBC's Tom Burridge in Barcelona says. Pons told Spain's Onda Cero radio that Puigdemont's lawyer in Belgium would likely be able to prolong the case until after the December 21 Catalan ... Read More »

Constitutional Convention A Big 'No' with Voters

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Only 19 percent of likely voters polled say they've heard nothing about a convention, a decidedly lower number than the 49 percent of registered voters who said just last month that they had heard nothing about a convention. The numbers are a change from earlier in the year, when a poll showed the majority of voters said they were in favor of holding a constitutional convention, despite the fact that they had not heard much about it. Read More »

Iran will lift border restrictions with Iraq's Kurdistan soon: General Baqeri

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The Iraqi troops also took control of surrounding oil fields. Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, in a speech, said that the border crossing was handed over to authorities of the Iraqi central government this morning. Zebari, the Kurdish government adviser, said the Kurds were prepared to accept "Iraqis at the airports and border posts to have oversight, to make sure everyone is in compliance", but any such presence must be achieved through negotiations, not force. Read More »

President Kovind appreciates Bhutan on Doklam solution

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President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday appreciated Bhutan's support in resolving the 73-day-old standoff on Doklam plateau. The royal family is on a four-day visit to India. "His Majesty the King of Bhutan and the Prime Minister of India expressed satisfaction at the excellent state of bilateral relations and reaffirmed their commitment to advance these exemplary relations across diverse sectors of cooperation". Read More »

FBI Interviewing Acquaintance, Wife of NYC Terror Suspect

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Kadirov is also from Uzbekistan, the same country that Tuesday's suspect, Sayfullo Saipov , is from. And others in this complex who lived in New York City say they can't believe someone the Federal Bureau of Investigation wanted to reach in connection with the attack once lived so close. Read More »

New York City attack: NYPD audio describes chaotic scene at terrorist attack

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The vehicle continued south striking another vehicle. The driver exited the vehicle and appeared to have a gun. The incident occurred near the intersection of Chambers Street around 3 p.m., officials said . A white Home Depot truck with the front end smashed in was also visible. The recent attack that left multiple people dead in Manhattan near the World Trade Center has several people throughout the country, and the government associating the incident as a terrorist attack. Read More »

Nicki Minaj doesn't want men trying to pit Cardi B against her

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Nearly immediately after Migos dropped " Motorsport " last week, rumors began circulating online that Nicki Minaj and Cardi B were dissing each other on the same track. "It's so annoying. I feel like people wouldn't even be satisfied even if me and her was making out on a freaking photo", she said. "The conspiracy theories r just so exhausted". Read More »

Nurse aggressively arrested for doing her job gets $500000 settlement

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Ms Wubbels was following hospital policy and rightly refused Detective Jeff Wayne permission to take the sample as he didn't have a warrant or consent. "I am obviously very grateful, would be the best word for it", she said. The unconscious patient, who was badly hurt in a crash with a vehicle driven by someone fleeing police, has since died. Read More »

White House on Mueller Investigation: 'Facts Are on Our Side'

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Papadopoulos and a 20-count indictment against Paul Manafort, a former Trump campaign chairman, gave special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe momentum this week and put the White House on defense against allegations of collusion with the Kremlin during the 2016 presidential race. Read More »

'Multiple parties down' after shooting at Colorado Walmart in US

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A spokesman for the Thornton Police Department could not be immediately reached by AFP. "Please stay away from the area", Thornton Police Department said in a tweet. Thornton is a relatively small city that sits roughly 12 miles north of Denver. About an hour later they said it was "NOT an active shooter" situation. Read More »