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Author: 0 Iran Fires Missile at Daesh Target in Syria

Iran's Revolutionary Guard launched the missiles against the site in Deir al-Zour, according to the Tasnim news agency . The extremists have been trying to fortify their positions in the Syrian city in the face of a USA -led coalition onslaught on Raqqa, the group's de facto capital.

World Media Forget Britain, PM Modi jets into The Netherlands - 'India's gateway to Europe'
Author: 0 Forget Britain, PM Modi jets into The Netherlands - 'India's gateway to Europe'

Congress leader Manish Tewari suggested that juxtaposed to the joint statement, the remarks of both the leaders emphasised on the divergence in the relationship of both the countries rather than convergence. In remarks to reporters after the talks with Modi, Trump said he was pleased about an Indian airline's (SpiceJet's) recent order of 100 new American planes and that the United States looked forward to exporting more energy to India.

World Media Everton sign Henry Onyekluru then loan him to Anderlecht
Author: 0 Everton sign Henry Onyekluru then loan him to Anderlecht

Due to his performances in Belgium this past season, there is no doubt that Onyekuru deserves chances to play in the Premier League . Two in the Premier League have already been linked, with Arsenal and West Ham United both believed to be in the hunt for his signature.

World Media Colombia takes big step to peace as rebels lay down guns
Author: 0 Colombia takes big step to peace as rebels lay down guns

In the meantime, President Juan Manuel Santos, who won a Nobel Prize for his efforts in securing the peace deal with the Farc, is expected to attend a symbolic ceremony on Tuesday in the town of Mesetas, south of Bogota , to mark the end of the disarmament process.

World Media Syria rejects US chemical attack allegations
Author: 0 Syria rejects US chemical attack allegations

The activist-run Deir Ezzor 24 media outlet says at least 60 civilians were killed . It said the allegation will be provided to its civilian casualty team for assessment and the results released in a monthly civilian casualty report release with credible and non-credible allegations.

World Media USA senator to block arms sales to Gulf over Qatar crisis
Author: 0 USA senator to block arms sales to Gulf over Qatar crisis

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt have all imposed a blockade on Qatar over the past several weeks, and have issued a long list of demands for Qatar to comply with as a condition for lifting it. US President Donald Trump , however, has made statements siding with Saudi Arabia in the crisis. Middle East Institute scholar Zubair Iqbal says there is a possibility for Qatar to meet some of the demands.

World Media Vikings' Floyd gets 1 day in jail for flunking alcohol test
Author: 0 Vikings' Floyd gets 1 day in jail for flunking alcohol test

Floyd's lawyer claimed Floyd had been drinking kombucha the night he was tested and didn't know the drink contained alcohol. Floyd will serve his one day in jail starting Monday at 8 p.m. Floyd is set to begin his first season with the Vikings after splitting time with the Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots past year. "After falling asleep, I awoke to the beeping of the home-monitoring machine, signaling that I must complete a test", Floyd said.

World Media Clashes In Srinagar On Eid, Police Use Tear Gas To Disperse Protesters
Author: 0 Clashes In Srinagar On Eid, Police Use Tear Gas To Disperse Protesters

A mob resorted to stone-pelting at Janglat Mandi in Anantnag town immediately after the prayers, and the police were able to disperse it only after an hour. Despite restraint by security forces, incidents of stone pelting and clashes were reported. At least 10 protesters were injured in the clashes in Anantnag, Sopore, Kulgam, Pulwama and Pattan towns, the state police said.

Author: 0 Theresa May details post-Brexit plans for EU citizens in UK

European Union citizens are now free to move to Britain from the other 27 member states but this right will end with Brexit, forcing those in Britain who remain to apply for the new status. "Rights will be enforceable in the United Kingdom legal system and will provide legal guarantees for these European Union citizens". They will be given residence documents to demonstrate to employers, doctors, teachers and other service providers that they are allowed to be in the UK.

World Media Judge considering national freeze on Iraqi deportations
Author: 0 Judge considering national freeze on Iraqi deportations

The ACLU wants to expand its case beyond the roughly 114 detainees arrested in the Detroit area. The ACLU, which had sued to block the MI deportations, asked Goldsmith to rule by Monday on expanding his order to cover the more than 1,400 Iraqis facing expulsion across the United States.

World Media China accuses Indian troops of 'crossing boundary' in Sikkim
Author: 0 China accuses Indian troops of 'crossing boundary' in Sikkim

The tension in Sikkim sector of the India-China border are high, as it was earlier reported that Chinese troops crossed the border and jostled with Indian army personnel, destroying two bunkers. After the scuffle, the PLA entered Indian territory and damaged two make-shift bunkers of the Army, the sources said. Though Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Geng Suhang said in Beijing on Monday that they were in touch with India over the denial of entry to Indian pilgrims he declined to ...

Author: 0 United Nations warns on refugee crisis in wake of shipwreck

A report from the United Nations refugee agency found 65.6 million people were displaced from their homes previous year. Grandi urged South Sudan's officials to ensure safety for its people, saying that now more than ever, "authorities have a greater responsibility to provide security".

World Media Brazil's president charged with corruption
Author: 0 Brazil's president charged with corruption

Brazil's Attorney General Rodrigo Janot on Monday formally accused President Michel Temer of corruption in what is expected to be the first in a series of criminal charges against the unpopular leader. Joesley Batista , one of the brothers who control JBS , recorded a conversation with Temer in March in which the president appears to condone bribing a potential witness.

Author: 0 Australia says to resume air strikes in Syria after Russia threat

The last drone the U.S. says it shot down was also reportedly destroyed near Tanf after firing on coalition forces. The official added that the strike was in "self-defense". F/A-18E Super Hornet. According to Washington sources, the jet had bombed US -backed forces. The Iranian drone that was shot down Tuesday was outside the deconfliction area, the official said.

Author: 0 United Kingdom fire fears continue as 60 buildings deemed unsafe

The government has collected 34 samples of external cladding - panels widely used to insulate buildings and improve their appearance - and all failed a "combustibility test", Community Secretary Sajid Javid said. Another woman, who did not want to be named, was returning to her flat to pick up some stuff before staying at a friend's house. Some 83 households have refused to leave their homes and the council has warned they will be forced to leave because the building is not safe.

Author: 0 Collins: 'It's hard for me to see the bill passing this week'

Johnson on Thursday joined fellow GOP Sens. If the Senate approves its repeal version, either the House would have to pass the same bill or reconcile its version with the Senate's before Trump could sign it into law. So far five Republican senators have announced their opposition. She cited the dramatic cuts the bill would impose on Medicaid. Making a final push, President Donald Trump said he doesn't think congressional Republicans are "that far off" on a health overhaul to replace ...

World Media North Korea tests rocket engine
Author: 0 North Korea tests rocket engine

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has observed a test-firing of a new midrange missile the country is developing to cope with growing threats from North Korea . The news comes amid rising tensions between Washington and Pyongyang over the North's nuclear ambitions . The Obama administration pushed for many sanctions against North Korea in the past years.

World Media South Korea to scrap building new nuclear power plants
Author: 0 South Korea to scrap building new nuclear power plants

He also vowed to cut South Korea's reliance on coal. Analysts say his death will likely cast a shadow on relations between the United States and North Korea and compound efforts by South Korea's new liberal president, Moon Jae-in, to improve ties with the North.

World Media Analysis shows slight advantage for GOP in House districts
Author: 0 Analysis shows slight advantage for GOP in House districts

An Associated Press analysis shows that congressional districts drawn by Texas' Republican-controlled Legislature helped the party gain almost four extra U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer says Senate passage of the Republican bill to replace former President Barack Obama's health law is too close to call.

Author: 0 Jeremy Corbyn gets rock star welcome at Glastonbury Festival

Teenagers lined up with "Jezza" written on their faces in red lipstick, and flags saying "We heart Corbyn " flew above the crowd of thousands who gathered rhythmically chanting "Oh Jeremy Corbyn ". Corbyn thanked the youth who had helped his campaign in droves, adding "what was even more inspiring was the number of young people who got involved for the first time because they were fed up with being denigrated".

Author: 0 UAE president appears in video over 3 years after stroke

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heartily offered best Eid-al-Fitr wishes to all Muslims across the world. But the Asian countries like India, Pakistan , Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia are likely to celebrate it on Monday. He hoped that the teachings of Eid-ul-Fitr would encourage all in building a handsome and prosperous society. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar and other Arab States except Oman declared Sunday as the first day of Eid al Fitr.

World Media Strikes Launched Against Syrian Military
Author: 0 Strikes Launched Against Syrian Military

Israel, which has for the most part stayed out of the civil war in Syria , launched airstrikes on Assad regime targets on June 24 in response to wayward mortar shell fire in Syria that landed in Israeli territory. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the strike was in accordance with Israel's policy. The IDF struck two artillery launchers and an ammunition truck on the Syrian side of the border after "several Syrian projectiles" landed in Israeli territory without causing any casualties.

World Media Ivanka Trump Ordered To Testify In Design Lawsuit
Author: 0 Ivanka Trump Ordered To Testify In Design Lawsuit

Representatives of Aquazzura Italia SRL stated that Ivanka Trump allegedly copied the design of their shoes when creating her own collection. Trump's lawyers had filed a motion to prevent her from testifying, according to court documents reviewed by Fortune , but the district judge, Katherine B.

World Media Twin Cities Pride officials apologize, will let police march
Author: 0 Twin Cities Pride officials apologize, will let police march

Some are LGBTQ officers, while others walked as supporters, Nash said. Over the megaphone, they said Twin Cities Pride has perpetuated white supremacy and urged parade-goers to join them in protest, although few did. Organizers originally wanted limited participation in wake of the not guilty verdict of the shooting of Philando Castile. "It's hard enough in the profession I'm in coming out and then now to not even feel welcome at my own pride festival, it's just ridiculous", said Capt.

World Media Australian Super Series: Srikant's Dream Run Continues Reaches Finals
Author: 0 Australian Super Series: Srikant's Dream Run Continues Reaches Finals

He defeated the Olympic champion Chen Long in straight games 22-20, 21-16. This was also Srikanth's third straight Super Series final after playing in Singapore and Indonesia . "I must say everything went right for me in the final". Srikanth also tried to shorten the rallies and attack at every possible opportunity, but the high risk approach did pay dividends as Chen crumbled under the sustained pressure allowing him to take a lead at 20-19.

World Media SIT to probe J&K cop lynching case, 3 more arrested
Author: 0 SIT to probe J&K cop lynching case, 3 more arrested

Additionally in order to enhance the investigation procedure, a Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been constituted to look into the case. On Friday , the DGP had said two persons were arrested, while another one was identified. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had said that DSP Pandith, who was on security duty outside the mosque, was a local and so had asked his personal security guards to go home and break their fasts.

Author: 0 The Outlook After the Special Elections

But The New York Time reports he hadn't committed to supporting Pelosi as the House minority leader. (This has troubling implications for Republicans as well as Democrats.) Among Democrats, this polarization has led the party base to abandon big-tent politics in favor of binary judgments that ascribe moral failings to those with even moderate disagreements about cultural issues.

World Media South Korea eyes North as co-host for 2018 Olympics
Author: 0 South Korea eyes North as co-host for 2018 Olympics

This suggestion comes off the back of South Korean President Moon Jae-in suggesting the counties could submit a joint bid for the 2030 World Cup. However, Mr Do does plan to raise the idea of inviting North Korean players to join South Korea's women's ice hockey team for the Pyeongchang Olympics, the spokesman said.

World Media North Korea's treatment of student looms over US-China talks
Author: 0 North Korea's treatment of student looms over US-China talks

North Korea is feared to be readying for a sixth nuclear bomb test as USA spy satellites detected "activity" at the blast site. On Thursday, Yang also met with USA national security adviser H.R. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the Defence Secretary James Mattis met in Washington for their diplomatic and security dialogue. The Chinese state-run Global Times warned in an editorial that if Washington imposes sanctions against Chinese enterprises "it will lead to grave ...

Author: 0 Man Accused of Murder of Muslim Girl Not Charged for Hate Crime

The teens told police they'd been walking from a McDonalds to the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center for Ramadan prayer when they ended up in a dispute with a man driving in a vehicle, Wright told CNN. John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart Texas. Nabra is remembered as a devout Muslim and a good person. The police shared that he was able to get hold of Nabra and in rage hit her with the baseball bat.

World Media Legendary Arizona State coach Frank Kush passes away at 88
Author: 0 Legendary Arizona State coach Frank Kush passes away at 88

After three years as an assistant, Kush became ASU's head coach in 1958. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1995. Kush also spent one season as head coach of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League. 2 in the country. Although he was only 5-9, 180 pounds, Kush combined excellent quickness and sound technique, often disrupting plays before they even got started.