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His death has stunned his colleagues. Apparently, Roy had to undergo blood transfusion every three days as a part of the treatment. Speaking to newsagency, he said, "Unfortunately he was brought dead to the hospital". These include journalist J. Dey murder case, the judgment in which came last week (May 2) and actress Meenakshi Thapa killing, the verdict in which was pronounced earlier in the day.
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    TEMPERATURES soared to more than 22C in parts of the North-East as people rounded off their three-day weekend - making it the hottest Bank Holiday Monday in 40 years. Mr Powell said temperatures will generally be above average, but it will depend on whether it is a sunny or wetter day. "We're still going to see some dry days, but there's still going to be some wet days mixed in as well".
  • Turkish President vows to launch more cross-border offensives

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    Emir Ekşioğlu, who undertook many roles in worldwide press organisations, has announced his candidacy from the Justice and Development Party, to be the MP of the Kurdish-majority province of Hakkari, bordering Iran. In January 2018, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch in Afrin in an attempt to destroy Kurdish YPG units. At Least 14 PKK terrorists, including two senior figures, have been neutralized in counter-terror operations in the past week, the Turkish military said Saturday.
  • Local elections 2018: Labour holds Birmingham City Council

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    Despite losing two seats overall, the Conservatives continue to hold a majority with 28 of the 37 seats on Worthing Borough Council. Mr Corbyn's party lost Nuneaton and Bedworth - an area that often indicates the colour of the government at general elections - as well as Derby and fell short of gaining control in areas like Swindon, Dudley and Walsall, where they had hoped to establish middle England strongholds.
  • Boy Scouts Giving in to 'Politically Correct Bedwetters — Georgia Candidate

    Boy Scouts Giving in to 'Politically Correct Bedwetters — Georgia Candidate

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    The flagship Boy Scouts of America organization and Cub Scouts program will keep their current names. The name of the programs' parent organization will remain the Boy Scouts of America. Girls are already allowed to be in the Cub Scouts. For more details, feel free to reach out to the Blue Mountain Council, including opportunities to interview some of their families participating in the new Family Scouting program.
  • Data firm at center of Facebook privacy scandal will close

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    Media reports suggest that the firm could re-emerge under a new name. North Carolina's Democratic Party has filed a formal complaint over work performed by Cambridge Analytica for the campaign of Republican U.S. Facebook's policies allowed third parities including Cambridge Analytica to access the personal information of users who engaged with certain applications without consent.
  • If Nuclear Deal is Nixed Iran Could Resume Its Nuclear Program - Envoy

    If Nuclear Deal is Nixed Iran Could Resume Its Nuclear Program - Envoy

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    French President Emmanuel Macron says he does not know whether US President Donad Trump will stick to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. "Iran is committed to the nuclear deal but if the USA backs off" from the accord "we won't stay either", Ali Akbar Velayati, adviser to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, was quoted by state-run Mehr news agency as saying Thursday.
  • Trump's legal team prepares for showdown with Mueller

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    One question asks what Trump knew about members of his campaign staff, including former campaign chairman Paul Manafort , reaching out to Moscow. Two weeks ago, Trump recruited to his legal team former NY mayor Rudy Giuliani , who said he would try to reach a deal with Mueller on how the president would cooperate with the probe.
  • Large hail, damaging winds possible in Lincoln on Tuesday

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    The highest risk for tornadoes is in the enhanced risk region from Salina, Kansas, to Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska. "Very large hail over 2.0" in diameter, damaging wind gusts greater than 70 miles per hour and tornadoes will be possible across the Central Plains.
  • Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Alleging Defamation Over Threat Claim

    Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Alleging Defamation Over Threat Claim

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    In the tweet, Trump dismissed her claims of being intimidated into signing a non-disclosure agreement by an anonymous man when he said, "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. We fully intend on bringing it to light. The sketch depicted a man Daniels described as having threatened her in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.
  • Iran Mocks PM Netayahu's Claims About It's Nuclear Bomb Development

    Iran Mocks PM Netayahu's Claims About It's Nuclear Bomb Development

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    Netanyahu's office later issued a statement saying the prime minister had spoken with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, and agreed to share the intelligence with them. The Iran deal is in jeopardy. His implication: If Iran is released from the accord starting in 2025, as the agreement requires, then expect a nuclear Tehran shortly thereafter.
  • USA pushing Saudis into war with Tehran: Iranian top leader

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    On his visit to Riyadh, Pompeo reassured Iran's key regional rival Saudi Arabia that the United States would exit Iran's 2015 multinational nuclear deal, unless European signatories of the accord "fix" it. In January, Trump kept the deal alive by waiving sanctions against Iran as required by the pact every six months. Iranian officials on Monday reiterated that Tehran had no intention of suspending its defensive missile capability.
  • Incident at oil refinery near Lake Superior could harm environment

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    In Duluth, St. Luke's Hospital was treating one person and did not expect to receive any more, spokeswoman Jessica Stauber said. Local press have reported that the initial blaze was put out by 11:20 am but after a series of follow-on blasts it took until 18:45 to declare the fires onsite fully extinguished.
  • Senate Committee Advances Bill Protecting Mueller From Trump

    Senate Committee Advances Bill Protecting Mueller From Trump

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    The 14-7 vote in favor of the bill was divided mostly on party lines, with the Democrats voting yes and the Republicans voting no. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) cited Trump's comments on Fox News Thursday in remarks he made after the committee vote.
  • Trump campaign contact admits to Kremlin ties

    Trump campaign contact admits to Kremlin ties

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    Chaika, the prosecutor general. Ms. Veselnitskaya also appears to have recanted her earlier denials of Russian government ties. All these circumstances and denials cast Veselnitskaya as a woman willing to help her country in any way, even if it is to the detriment of the USA government.
  • ASA pledge support to Semenya in wake of IAAF rule

    ASA pledge support to Semenya in wake of IAAF rule

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    In a statement released on Thursday, the federation requires _any athlete who has a difference of sexual development (DSD) that means her levels of circulating testosterone (in serum) are five (5) nmol/L or above and who is androgen-sensitive to meet the following criteria to be eligible to compete in restricted events in an global competition (or set a World Record in a restricted event at competition that is not an worldwide competition).
  • Malki: Czech, Romania will not move embassies to Jerusalem

    Malki: Czech, Romania will not move embassies to Jerusalem

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    Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said Thursday that she favoured moving her country's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem but she had insufficent backing at home for such a move. Speaking at Prague Castle, he said he remembered discussing it with Benjamin Netanyahu, quoting the Israeli Prime Minister as saying: "If you do, I will give you my own house".
  • Japan Objects To Korean Summit Dessert

    Japan Objects To Korean Summit Dessert

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    In that case, Ri may come to sit together with Moon's wife Kim Jung-sook for what would be the first meeting of the Koreas' first ladies. Some sort of progress on nuclear weapons, even it falls short of a "breakthrough", headlines the list, but there's also, from the North Korean perspective, the "problem" of almost 30,000 heavily armed USA troops stationed in the South, and the failure to agree on a peace treaty formally ending the war, a situation that the North routinely says creates the ...
  • ZTE says U.S. ban will 'severely impact' its survival and partnerships

    ZTE says U.S. ban will 'severely impact' its survival and partnerships

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    The Journal report gave no details about the investigation. Major US telecoms companies have already steered clear of the two Chinese firms, sometimes on the strong suggestions of US officials. "In 30 years, not a single operator has experienced a security issue with our equipment". In a 2016 letter to the Commerce Department, 10 US lawmakers said F7 was believed to be Huawei , citing media reports.
  • Mexico Outraged After Murder of Three Film Students

    Mexico Outraged After Murder of Three Film Students

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    Mexican officials said Jalisco New Generation Cartel members mistook Javier Aceves, 25, Marco García, 20, and Daniel Díaz, 20, as members of a rival drug cartel when they kidnapped the men March 19. The trio was kidnapped by at least six people, Jalisco state prosecutors said. The Guerrero state prosecutor, in that case, said that the students had been handed by corrupt local police to a criminal gang, who killed them and burned their bodies.
  • Russia, China to stop bid to 'sabotage' Iran deal: Lavrov

    Russia, China to stop bid to 'sabotage' Iran deal: Lavrov

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    According to him, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad requested the system before the civil war broke out in 2011 and the sale was postponed because of Israel's concerns. Israel repeatedly warns that it will not allow its arch-foe Iran to entrench itself militarily in the region where it reportedly has special forces and drones, nor will it allow the passage of weapons to the Iranian-proxy Hezbollah operating in southern Lebanon and Syria.
  • Judge 'rules out' Alfie going to Rome (2)

    Judge 'rules out' Alfie going to Rome (2)

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    Instead, the judge asked Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool to consider permitting them to take their son home. Alfie's parents were predictably thrilled. What does the law say about who can decide? A public body can disagree with these choices and can go to court in order to override this parental responsibility.
  • SoCal Armenian community marks genocide anniversary

    SoCal Armenian community marks genocide anniversary

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    Sadly, by caving in to Turkish pressure, President Trump is isolating America, which today stands alone as Ankara's last genocide-denial lifeline. Another told the station simply, "We're here to demand for the entire world to recognize the Armenian genocide ".
  • Palestinians Protest on Heels of Israel's 70th Birthday

    Palestinians Protest on Heels of Israel's 70th Birthday

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    Today is the fourth Friday in an ongoing series of clashes at the Gaza-Israel border fence. It accuses Hamas , with whom it has fought three wars since 2008, of using the protests as cover to carry out violence. The marches also call for a "right of return" of Palestinian refugees into Israel. "Our people will outnumber the occupation and force it from our land", he said, referring to Israel.