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Global Media Farooq Abdullah confused over stone pelters, says Mehbooba Mufti
Author: 0 Farooq Abdullah confused over stone pelters, says Mehbooba Mufti

The army and polling officers reportedly left the area safely without any more stone pelting and the protester was handed over to the police, the NDTV report claims. Officials investigating the matter under instructions from Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said Dar is a resident of Sitaharaan village in Khag tehsil of Budgam district in central Kashmir and the army unit involved is 53 Rashtriya Rifles.

Global Media Assault on CRPF jawans in Kashmir: Five people arrested
Author: 0 Assault on CRPF jawans in Kashmir: Five people arrested

Officials of the central paramilitary force claimed the local police had abandoned the polling station, leaving the ITBP jawans without any non-lethal riot-control weapon. "Probably not since "Kashmir is ours" hell with Kashmiris", the former chief minister said. Such incidents are not acceptable at all. The Jammu and Kashmir government said that stern action would be taken against those involved in such incidents.

Author: 0 Aaron Hernandez Double Murder Jurors Begin Sixth Day Of Deliberations

A judge added five years to Hernandez sentence after the verdicts were read. A jury returned the verdict late Friday afternoon in Suffolk Superior Court. "We based our decision on the evidence presented and the law", Stringer said. Baez contended that investigators focused on Hernandez as a suspect because of his fame, and disregarded evidence that pointed away from the National Football League star, who had a $41 million contract at the time of his arrest.

Global Media Blaze breaks out at Bellagio resort in Las Vegas
Author: 0 Blaze breaks out at Bellagio resort in Las Vegas

Firefighters responded to the rooftop blaze at the luxury resort famous for its fountain display just before 11pm local time. Here's a look outside the Bellagio after yesterday's fire. The cause was under investigation. But the fire department has looked at the damage left by the fire and they have an estimate on what the cost could be.

Global Media McGill AIDS researcher dies in Florida
Author: 0 McGill AIDS researcher dies in Florida

The Herald reports Wainberg was on the first team to discover the anti-viral drug Lamivudine to treat HIV/AIDS in 1989. Batist noted he had co-published a paper with Wainberg on the topic of cancer bio-markers and said it was an indication of his brilliance he was able to make contributions to fields outside his immediate expertise.

Author: 0 Manifesto-Writing Fugitive Found Camping On Wisconsin Farm

Janesville police said Thursday night that Waukesha County authorities are investigating a threatening letter sent through the U.S. Postal Service indicating unspecified violence at churches in the Sussex area on Easter Sunday, The letter was purportedly sent by Jakubowski, but its authenticity is in question, police said.

Author: 0 Russia blocks UN Security Council condemnation of Syria attack

Trump said North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has been the "bulwark of global peace and security", and is no longer "obsolete". Putin left some unsure whether the meeting was going to happen, after he left Tillerson, a man who he once awarded a medal of friendship and the first Senior Trump official to visit Russian Federation, waiting for hours.

Author: 0 Iran's Incumbent President Registers To Run In May Elections

Iran's incumbent president has registered to run in next month's national election, a vote that is shaping up to be a referendum on the landmark 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers. Baqaee also registered for the presidency. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks at a news conference near the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan borough of NY, U.S., September 22, 2016.

Author: 0 Trump administration says Russia, Iran enabled Syria chemical attack

The regional alliance said the us cruise missile strikes on a Syrian base which Washington said was involved in a chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians would not deter their forces from "liberating" all of Syrian territory. Instead, he was thrust to the forefront after photos of the bodies piled in heaps in Idlib, Syria , dramatically altered the agenda. The move was welcomed by the Syrian opposition and its main backers, including Turkey and Saudi Arabia, but harshly condemned by ...

Author: 0 Trump Says China Signals Assistance in Restraining North Korea

APRIL 13 ― If there was ever any doubt that President Donald Trump's strike against Syria was also meant to send a message to Pyongyang, the deployment this weekend of a U.S. Following the US President Donald Trump's arrival at the White House in January, Washington said it would change its strategy to end North Korea's nuclear weapons program.

Author: 0 Tillerson, Lavrov open tense meeting in Moscow

REX TILLERSON: The current state of U.S. -Russia relations is at a low point. The meetings come on the heels of a USA missile strike on an air base in Syria in retaliation for a chemical weapon attack on civilians that's been blamed on the Bashar al-Assad regime.

Global Media Scottish independence referendum: PM receives letter from Nicola Sturgeon
Author: 0 Scottish independence referendum: PM receives letter from Nicola Sturgeon

The vote, which split the Scottish parliament between pro- and anti-independence parties, deepened the dispute between the two governments over both the need for and the timing of the vote. This point was emphasized by the Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell, who said Westminster would not agree to give the legal authority needed to allow a second referendum.

Author: 0 Russia vetoes UN resolution to condemn Syria chemical attack

MARGARET WARNER: Mr. Trump followed up at a joint White House news conference with NATO's secretary-general. The United States is "not getting along with Russian Federation at all", Trump said at a press conference at the White House. The two sides spoke of the low-level of trust between them and the US, noting it's an unacceptable state of strain between the world's two biggest nuclear powers.

Author: 0 Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney dies at 84

Rooney, in addition to his ownership duties with the Steelers, a franchise founded by his father, served as USA ambassador to Ireland during Obama's first term. Despite his lack of political experience, few questioned Mr. Rooney's qualifications for the job. Mr Rooney's grandfather, also called Daniel, emigrated from County Down to the U.S.

Author: 0 Trump Says China Won't Be Labeled A Currency Manipulator

Trump sent the dollar sharply lower on Wednesday by saying in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that the currency was "getting too strong". In an interview with "The Wall Street Journal ", Trump said the United States has "tremendous trade deficits" with everybody, but the big one is with China.

Global Media Russian Federation mishandled 2004 Beslan school siege: European court
Author: 0 Russian Federation mishandled 2004 Beslan school siege: European court

Lawyers of victims of the 2004 school siege in Beslan , in Russia's North Ossetia republic, are dissatisfied with Thursday's ruling of the European Court on Human Rights (ECHR), one of the attorneys Sergey Knyazkin told TASS. They took more than 1,100 people hostage, locked hundreds of them into the gymnasium, and opened fire on police. The attack took place at the start of the Russian school year, on which a higher-than-usual number of people were present at the SNO in Beslan.