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Kerala Priest kidnapped in Yemen 'safe', says Sushma Swaraj

Father Tom Uzhunnalil, who was kidnapped by a terror group in Yemen, is "safe" and efforts are in progress for his early release, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj informed a delegation of Catholic Bishops'...


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US Presidential Elections 2016: Donald Trump doubles-down on allies paying more

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump on Sunday doubled-down on his comments that the US should "do a better deal" with Japan, South Korea and other allies, saying these countries must be asked to pay more for...


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Amtrak Crash: Deadly Stretch of Pennsylvania Track Claims Two More Lives

An Amtrak passenger train carrying about 330 passengers derailed after hitting a backhoe south of Philadelphia on Sunday. The accident took place in Chester, Pennsylvania, about 15 miles (25 km) southwest of...


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Plane crashes on freeway where it once landed safely, kills 1

A small plane which had grabbed headlines years ago after landing safely on a Southern California freeway is in the news again but this time the plane had crashed on the same stretch of road.


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US Elections 2016: Donald Trump woos Democrats, independents as well

Washington: Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump wants voters to know his message to the disaffected is not aimed at just Republicans. Talking to reporters on Saturday, the billionaire businessman said...


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Knife found at O.J. Simpson's home not the murder weapon

Los Angeles police detectives have concluded that a knife found at O J Simpson's estate was not the same knife which was used to kill Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1994.


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State Department stops review of Clinton emails at FBI request

The U.S. State Department has decided to halt an internal review of whether classified information was properly handled in the emails of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at FBI's request, a State Department...


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Obama slams Donald Trump for comments on nuclear weapons

President Barack Obama on Friday raised question over Trump's fitness for the top post after the billionaire businessman's statements that the US and its allies should move away from decades of constraints on the use of nuclear...


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Bus station gunman kills trooper; gets shot in Virginia

A state trooper who was fatally shot at a busy bus terminal during a training exercise was being mourned on Friday in Michigan and Virginia, where he grew up and maintained ties.


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North Korea blocks Twitter, Facebook, other websites

North Korea has officially declared that it is blocking Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and South Korean websites.


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Pennsylvania mall kidnapping: Baby safe, woman arrested

Police have located a 7-week-old baby boy kidnapped from King of Prussia Mall and his alleged abductor in Tredyffrin Township.


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Associated Press collaborated with Nazis, historian claims

The Associated Press (AP) news agency entered a formal cooperation with Hitler regime in the 1930s, supplying American newspapers with material directly produced and chosen by the Nazi propaganda ministry, archive...


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Severe weather strikes parts of Oklahoma, at least 7 injured

At least 7 people were injured and authorities were evaluating damage that included a destroyed home after severe storms ripped through northeastern Oklahoma on Wednesday night, according to the authorities.


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PM Modi in US to attend nuclear security summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Washington early on Thursday to participate in the two-day Nuclear Security Summit where world leaders from over 50 countries will share their assessment of the danger from nuclear weapons...


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Trump reverses stand on women and abortion after backlash

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Wednesday hurried to clarify his position on abortion after stirring a controversy by saying that women who undergo the procedure should face "some form of punishment" should...


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Passenger's selfie with EgyptAir hijacker goes viral

Benjamin Innes, who hails from Leeds but lives in Aberdeen, was held hostage along with 56 passengers on EgyptAir flight MS181, which was on its way from Alexandria to Cairo. The selfie taken by the 26-year old Briton...


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Donald Trump for President 2016? Trump defends his campaign manager despite

Washington: Defending his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Tuesday called him a "very decent man". The billionaire businessman made the statement hours after...


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US Elections 2016: Donald Trump drops pledge to support Republican presidential

Republican front-runner Donald Trump on Tuesday announced that the will not back any Republican presidential nominee other than himself, sending a clear message that he will not support his chief rival Ted Cruz.


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Alaska volcano calms after eruption; alert downgraded

The activity level of an Alaska volcano has dropped after the mountain exploded with an enormous ash cloud that led the cancellation of dozens of flights.


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Shock, anger in Taiwan after four-year-old girl beheaded with kitchen knife

A man suspected of decapitating a four-year old girl was beaten by an angry mob as he was detained in Taiwan, with parliament saying it would introduce tougher sentences for child-killers.


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EgyptAir Jet Hijacked, Diverted To Cyprus - Update

Women and children on board a hijacked EgyptAir plane, that was diverted to Larnaca airport in Cyprus, are being allowed to get off, report media houses.


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Brussels attacks: Body of Indian Infosys employee Raghavendran Ganeshan being

An Infosys employee from Bengaluru, who was missing since the Brussels bombings, has been confirmed dead in the March 22 terror attack.


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Police shoot man at US Capitol complex

Washington: Police shot and injured a man after he walked into the underground US Capitol Visitor Center and pointed something which looked like a weapon at officers. The 66-year-old man named Larry Dawson...


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Volcano erupts in Alaska, sends ash spewing 20,000 feet high

The Pavlof Volcano on Alaska's Aleutian Islands erupted on Sunday afternoon and sent ash 20,000 feet into the air, according to the authorities. The U.S. Geological Survey raised the volcano alert level to "Warning" and the...


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ISIS crucified Indian priest Tom Unzhunnalil on Good Friday: Report

The Islamic State (IS) crucified Indian priest Reverand Thomas Uzhunnalil on Good Friday in Yemen, according to Washington Times report.


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Guns at GOP convention petition gains momentum

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Sunday said he was willing to study a petition that calls for allowing the open carry of guns at the Republican convention this July in Cleveland.


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Lahore suicide attack: 72 killed, over 300 injured at Easter gathering

At least 72 people got killed and over 300 were injured, many of them children and women, when a suicide bomber blew himself up inside a park in Lahore where several Christians had gathered to celebrate Easter.


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'Dirty bomb' terror fear in Belgium as nuclear plant guard found murdered

A security guard at a nuclear plant in Belgium was found murdered on Thursday, just two days after the deadly Brussels attacks.


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'Fight ISIS or we stop buying oil': Trump to US allies

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has demanded that the US allies need to up the ante up if they want to continue under the "cloak of American protection."


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Brussels attacks: Missing US couple dead, family confirms

An American couple, Stephanie and Justin Shults, who were living in Brussels and were missing since the Brussels attacks, were declared dead on Saturday.


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