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Pakistani interior minister shot by man linked to new religious party

State Minister for Interior Talal Chaudhery told Anadolu Agency: "An unknown assailant has attacked the interior minister during a political gathering in Kanjrur area of Narowal district, his native town, and got injured". The chief minister of Punjab, Shehbaz Sharif, condemned the attack and said Iqbal was "in high spirits". The interior minister was immediately shifted to a nearby hospital; he was later shifted to Lahore , the provincial capital city of Punjab province.

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05Yemeni Missile Unit Destroys Saudi Positions in Asir Region

As well as working with American intelligence analysts to help locate Houthi missile sites inside Yemen, the US Special Forces are training Saudi troops to secure their border, the Times reported. "It is an arms dealer to the Houthi rebels in Yemen". Centcom Commander Gen. Joseph Votel, during the March debate, did say that he had authorization to "help the Saudis defend their border".

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Trump Says Date, Venue Set For North Korea Summit

North Korea has long viewed the 28,500-strong USA force as a threat to its regime, and is widely expected to seek concessions in return for the dismantling of its nuclear program. Asked whether he would use the possibility of reducing the size of the USFK as a bargaining chip in his highly anticipated meeting with Kim, he replied, "Not really, not at this moment, certainly not".

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Nashville Predators can not afford penalties tonight

I wish they won", she said. A number of things happened. "We don't change anything (moving forward in the series)", Jets captain Blake Wheeler said, according to the Winnipeg Free Press. After a wide-open and wild 7-4 comeback win in Game 3 on home ice, the Jets had few answers for a smothering Predators defensive effort in the low-scoring Game 4 loss.

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Gina Haspel Tried To Withdraw From Consideration To Lead The CIA

Fearing that Wednesday's Senate confirmation hearing could shed unnecessary light on classified torture programs that could potentially amount to war crimes and taint her career and the work of the United States intelligence community, Haspel was allegedly ready to throw in the towel, before the White House and the CIA rushed to her aid over the weekend.

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Trump Would 'Love To Speak' To Mueller Because He's 'Done Nothing Wrong'

Giuliani released a statement on Friday saying the payment to Daniels was meant to protect Trump's family and "would have been done in any event, whether he was a candidate or not", the Post reports. Or Trump could invoke his Fifth Amendment right not to give evidence that would require he incriminate himself. That doesn't mean they might not try it.

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USA strengthens military presence in Atlantic in response to Russian aggression

In 2011 the fleet was disbanded for cost-saving and organisational-structure reasons. The revived fleet will be headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, and will be responsible for Naval operations in the northern Atlantic and the eastern coast of the U.S.

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5 killed in explosion in Gaza

Israeli soldiers thwarted an attempt by Gaza Arabs to breach the Gaza border fence and infiltrate Israel, the military said Sunday in a statement. The area is near the border with Israel, where more than 40 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces in protests that began on March 30, dubbed by organisers as "The Great March of Return".

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Russian opposition leader arrested at anti-Putin protest

Thousands took part in the rally in Moscow's Pushkinskaya Square, where some protesters were detained by police and thrown into buses as the crowd chanted anti-Putin slogans. "Craven old man Putin thinks he is a tsar", Navalny said on Twitter ahead of the demonstrations. Putin has now been in power as president or prime minister for more than two decades, which some see as a risky monopoly.

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Professor, among 5 militants, killed in Shopian encounter

Acting on information about the presence of militants in Zainapora area, security forces had launched a cordon and search operation. Two other militants who were killed in the encounter and who have now been identified by the authorities are, Bilal Molvi and Aadil Malik.

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Manafort's lawyer punches big hole in Mueller investigation

If the attorney is accurate, it delivers another credibility blow to the Democratic Party-financed dossier, which accuses Mr. Manafort of orchestrating Trump-Russia collusion. Dreeben said the investigations were "folded together with our overall examination of Mr. Manafort's conduct", and he was indicted based on information developed by Mueller as they followed the trail of money that left Ukraine.

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US President Donald Trump officially nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

It has been floated repeatedly in recent days and was amplified on Monday after South Korean President Moon Jae-in responded to a message that he himself should get the prize by saying he felt Trump deserved it more. US President Donald Trump and President Moon Jae-in of the Republic of Korea in Washington , D.C., June 30, 2017. A more literal interpretation seems to be: "Let him have the prize, I'm only concerned about peace".

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Abbas reappointed head of PLO's Executive Committee

Saeb Erekat, secretary general of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), said on Thursday that he was "deeply disturbed" by accusations suggesting that President Mahmoud Abbas is an anti-Semite and that he is opposed to peace negotiations.

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Palestinians gather for more protests along Gaza border

The army confirmed the drone losses. Two-thirds of Gaza's 2 million Palestinians are war refugees or their descendants. The death of Anas Abu Aser brings the toll of Palestinians killed by Israeli occupation forces' fire, since protests and clashes along the Gaza border began, to 49, with hundreds of others wounded from gunfire.

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Voters go to the polls in English local elections

Iain Dale argued that the Conservatives have taken key marginal seats and argues that votes for Labour were in areas they were already in control of. "We've achieved a lot but we've got a lot more to achieve and I will be working with Islington Labour to make the borough the best it possibly can be".

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North and South Korean time zones get in sync

Trump had suggested during his campaign that he was open to potentially reduce USA troop presence in South Korea and Japan. Amid the recent diplomatic breakthrough in the relations between the two Koreas, the countries have managed to set a common time for the entire territory of the Korean Peninsula, the Korean Central News Agency reported Friday.

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Ty Cobb, Trump's lawyer in Russian Federation probe retiring

Former FBI director James Comey chastised Rudy Giuliani , a recent addition to President Donald Trump's legal team, on Thursday for referring to FBI agents in NY as " stormtroopers " during a television interview. officials. According to the list , the questions range from Trump's motivations for firing FBI Director James Comey a year ago to contacts Trump's campaign had with Russians.

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Clinton impeachment lawyer to represent Trump

Earlier Wednesday, the White House said Ty Cobb , the point person in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, is retiring at the end of this month. "Some people have talked about a possible 12-hour interview". Joshua Stueve, a spokesman for Mueller, declined to comment on the reports . The new lawyer, Emmet Flood , will be replacing Ty Cobb .

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Equity indices end flat tracking weak global cues (Second Lead)

On the other hand, biggest gainers in the 30-share index were Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (2.23%), Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (1.94%), Bharti Airtel (1.61%), State Bank Of India (0.56%), I C I C I Bank (0.39%), and Power Grid Corporation Of India (0.36%).

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US Prisoner Release by N. Korea would be Goodwill Move

Kim Hak-song and Kim Sang-duk - or Tony Kim - were both working at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology , founded by evangelical Christians from overseas, when they were detained past year on suspicion of " hostile acts ". The only explanation for their arrest came from North Korea's state news agency, KCNA, which described their offenses as "hostile criminal acts with an aim to subvert the country".

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14 of world's 20 most polluted cities in India

The most polluted city in 2015 according to the World Health Organization data is Muzaffarpur in India, with a figure of 197 micrograms per cubic metre, although this figure is under revision. The Indian capital has struggled to apply measures to clean its air over the last few years. Researchers looked at fine particle emissions - called PM 2.5 - which travel deeply into people's respiratory systems and can lead to health problems.

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Explosion and fire reported during SWAT standoff in North Haven

A barn behind a house in CT exploded Wednesday night while police and a SWAT team were negotiating with a man who had taken his wife hostage, leaving up to eight officers injured, officials said . The explosion happened Wednesday night in North Haven. New Haven's fire department also send a crew to the scene. While Race could not confirm the cause of the fire, he said police were called to the scene earlier this evening for what he said was a domestic violence situation.

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Duo arrested in Starbucks settle for $1 each

The details of the financial settlement that Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson reached this week with Starbucks are confidential, the company said . The arrest of Rashon Nelson and Robinson on April 12 touched off a furor around the USA over racial profiling. Robinson and Nelson have also been offered the opportunity to complete their undergraduate degrees through the Starbucks College Achievement Plan , a first of a kind partnership with Arizona State University otherwise ...

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Why can't Donald Trump keep a lawyer?

Another attorney whom Trump tried to bring on ultimately passed because of conflicts, and the president two weeks ago added former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and a pair of former prosecutors, Martin and Jane Raskin, to work alongside mainstay lawyer Jay Sekulow.

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Giuliani: Trump Repaid Lawyer for Daniels Hush Money

President, did you know about the $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels? " asked a reporter. Guiliani's revelation seemed aimed at reducing the president's legal exposure. Ms Daniels said she had a sexual encounter with Mr Trump in 2006 and was paid to keep quiet as part of a nondisclosure agreement she is now seeking to invalidate.