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The authorities snapped Internet and social media networks in the city as a precaution late on Friday to prevent rumour-mongering. Scores of vehicles and shops were also set ablaze. It got a communal colour when an illegal water connection at a place of worship in the area was removed, sources added. The state deployed components of the State Reserve police, Indian Reserve Battalion in your metropolis, besides rushing compels from neighboring Beed and also Jalna to keep up peace.
  • Homeland chief berated, seen as close to quitting

    Homeland chief berated, seen as close to quitting

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    When White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about the meeting, she responded simply, "the president is committed to fixing our broken immigration system and our porous borders ". They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to disclose private conversations. One White House official said Nielsen was in the building again Thursday.
  • Merkel: Europe can't rely on USA protection anymore

    Merkel: Europe can't rely on USA protection anymore

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    Iran does not want "new tensions" in the Middle East, President Hassan Rouhani told German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday, after Israel carried out strikes against what it called Iranian targets in Syria . "The escalations of the past few hours show us that it is truly about war and peace". "I can only advocate that everyone involved exercises restraint", she stressed.
  • Israel says hit 'nearly all Iran infrastructure in Syria'

    Israel says hit 'nearly all Iran infrastructure in Syria'

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    There were no Israeli casualties. Lieberman called the rocket fire "a new phase". "We will not let them use Syria as a base to attack us from". Tehran is wary of a wider military conflagration with Israel that could jeopardize its military achievements in Syria at a time when it is trying to salvage the worldwide nuclear deal and may be limited in its ability to strike back.
  • Did an alligator snatch a Florida teen? The search is on

    Did an alligator snatch a Florida teen? The search is on

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    A search was ongoing Wednesday afternoon for a missing teenage boy after a possible alligator attack, CBS affiliate WKMG reports . Orange County Fire-Rescue is searching the lake in a residential neighborhood in east Orlando for any signs of the 15-year-old boy.
  • Scientist Dr David Goodall, 104, ends his life at Swiss clinic

    Scientist Dr David Goodall, 104, ends his life at Swiss clinic

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    Assisted dying is illegal in Australia. except for one state, Victoria, which in November 2017 voted to legalize euthanasia in some cases. Goodall ended his life at a Swiss clinic by administering a lethal drug under the guidance of doctors, according to a spokesperson for the pro-euthanasia group Exit International , CNN reported.
  • Donald Trump announces meeting with Kim Jong Un

    Donald Trump announces meeting with Kim Jong Un

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    But White House aides have been eying Singapore, a tiny island nation of 5.6 million that boasts one of the most advanced economies in Southeast Asia. In the early hours of Thursday morning, Mr Trump welcomed home the three Americans released by Pyongyang - and said it was a "great honour" to greet them at Andrews airbase near Washington .
  • Trump tweets 5 key ISIS leaders captured

    Trump tweets 5 key ISIS leaders captured

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    The result of the three-month operation to capture the terrorist leaders, who had been hiding in Syria and Turkey, represents an important victory for the Iraqi and United States intelligence agencies. forces, had managed to uncover bank accounts used by Daesh and decipher secret communication codes Eithawi used. Adrian J.T. Rankine-Galloway, mentioned the USA credited Iraqi safety forces with the militants' seize "on the Iraq-Syria border".
  • Who's top-ranked high school in San Diego County?

    Who's top-ranked high school in San Diego County?

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    More than 20,500 high schools were evaluated by U.S. News, with 5,948 of them receiving national recognition. The U.S. News rankings compared 20,548 high schools across the nation. Other area high schools to receive a bronze rating which were not among the top 71 schools in Kentucky were Fulton County and Hickman County, Fulton County had a 100 percent graduation rate, while Hickman County had an 89 percent graduation rate.
  • Takeda secures Shire bid for $62.11bn

    Takeda secures Shire bid for $62.11bn

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    In the offer that finally won over the target, Takeda agreed to pay £49.01, or just over $66, per share - $30.33 in cash and 0.839 Takeda shares for each Shire share. Shire has profitable businesses selling drugs for hyperactivity and rare disorders but the size of the deal will make Takeda one of the most indebted drugmakers, prompting Standard & Poor's to warn of a potential credit downgrade.
  • Armenian president signs decree on Pashinyan's appointment as PM

    Armenian president signs decree on Pashinyan's appointment as PM

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    Many Armenians have stewed for years about the country's poverty and widespread corruption, but Pashinian was able to galvanize that discontent into a mass movement that was raucous but largely peaceful. "I can assure you that there will not be oligarchs in government", Pashinian said, adding, "There will be no monopolies in our economy if I am elected".
  • Kim meets Xi for second time in China

    Kim meets Xi for second time in China

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    Trump and Kim are expected to meet later this month or early in June for talks that would have been almost unthinkable a year ago, when the two mercurial leaders were trading barbs and Pyongyang tested a barrage of missiles. Some analysts have said China also wants to keep its influence on North Korea amid diplomatic efforts by Seoul and Washington to ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
  • Singapore likely to host Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un summit in June

    Singapore likely to host Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un summit in June

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    The success of the summit held between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his North Korean counterpart President Kim Jong-un exceeded all optimistic expectations as the two leaders seemed to forge not only a warm personal rapport, but also struck broad agreements on most if not all the issues dividing the two countries.
  • China's trade surplus with USA widens as exports surge

    China's trade surplus with USA widens as exports surge

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    Analysts polled by Reuters had expected April shipments from the world's largest exporter to have risen 6.3 percent on year, bouncing back from a 2.7 percent decline the previous month that was believed to have been heavily distorted by seasonal factors.