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The militant apparently survived under the debris of the house and later fled the scene. Only the body of Naveed Jutt could be identified while the identity of the other militant has not yet been established. Jatt, the son of a truck driver, was one of the three people named by the state police in Bukhari's killing. Later on Wednesday, a short video appeared on social media showing a militant with an assault rifle emerging out of the debris of a private house destroyed in the fire fight ...
  • Lion Air pilots struggled to control plane that crashed in Indonesia

    Lion Air pilots struggled to control plane that crashed in Indonesia

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    Black box data showed that the plane had an airspeed indicator issue on multiple earlier flights, investigators said. Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) sub-committee head for air accidents, Nurcahyo Utomo, holds a model airplane while speaking in Jakarta, Indonesia November 28, 2018.
  • Pro-Khalistan Leader Seen With Pak Army Chief At Kartarpur Event

    Pro-Khalistan Leader Seen With Pak Army Chief At Kartarpur Event

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    Khan said the Sidhu would win election if he contests in Pakistan . "Navjot Sidhu had come here with a message of frienship between two nuclear powered countries", Khan had said before talking about India-Pakistan ties. Meanwhile, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar came down heavily on Sidhu for praising Khan, saying at a time when Pakistan was indulging in terror activities, one required to be cautious about the choice of words.
  • Trump says he's willing to shut down government over border wall funding

    Trump says he's willing to shut down government over border wall funding

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    Several migrants told UPI they worry Mexican authorities will seek to remove them from the camp and deport them after Sunday's march, the surge at the border and the use of force in response by US authorities. And if the federal government is not capable of helping, Mexico should approach the United Nations for assistance, he said. He said officials were receiving more requests from migrants wanting to return to their countries, but did not have a number.
  • UAE considering clemency for Briton convicted of spying

    UAE considering clemency for Briton convicted of spying

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    Asked about her husband being pardoned, rather than having the spying conviction quashed, Tejada said that "if that is what it takes for him to be back, I just welcome the news". "The sentence handed down to Mr. Hedges is fair, considering the crime he committed", Al Lamki said. The interviews were related to the UAE's foreign policy, and authorities stopped him leaving at the airport because they believed his research was a front for spying.
  • Kremlin still expecting US-Russia summit to go ahead, despite Trump’s comments

    Kremlin still expecting US-Russia summit to go ahead, despite Trump’s comments

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed "serious concern" over Ukraine's decision to impose martial law. U.S. secretary of state Mike Pompeo said in a phone call that Ukraine had the "full support, full assistance, including military assistance, full coordination, what we [need] to do to protect Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity", according to Mr Poroshenko.
  • Brexit: May hits back at Trump as Foster piles on pressure

    Brexit: May hits back at Trump as Foster piles on pressure

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    The DUP is holding its annual conference in Belfast this weekend, with the former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson due to make a rallying cry in favour of protecting the union. "We're not advocating a no deal, we're advocating a better deal", she said. The small DUP has an outsize role because its support has been crucial to May's shaky government, which doesn't enjoy a majority in Parliament.
  • Gamer arrested after alleged rape of teen overheard on Playstation

    Gamer arrested after alleged rape of teen overheard on Playstation

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    Fox 13 reported that the victim, who has also not been named, told authorities that during the alleged sexual assault, Fabian covered her mouth with his hands and forced her to lay on his bed. Police say the latest offence happened at Fabian's home on June 28. According to WFLA-TV , police completed a Sexual Assault Victim Exam with the victim, which supported her accusation of abuse.
  • Mississippi Republican wins final 2018 Senate race

    Mississippi Republican wins final 2018 Senate race

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    The runoff to serve the last two years of former Republican Senator Thad Cochran's term was necessary because neither Espy nor Hyde-Smith gained more than 50 per cent of the vote in a November 6 special election with four candidates. Her win on Tuesday means Republicans will hold 53 seats to Democrats' 47 seats in the Senate in January. Politico unearthed a 2014 post on Hyde-Smith's Facebook page that included a photo of her wearing a Confederate soldier's hat and holding a rifle during ...
  • MPs and global ministers blast Zuckerberg over non-appearance

    MPs and global ministers blast Zuckerberg over non-appearance

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    While representatives from Argentina, Belgium, Brazil , Canada , France , Ireland, Latvia, Singapore, and the United Kingdom were in attendance, one individual was glaringly absent: Mark Zuckerberg . Lawmakers from nine countries, including Canada, are escalating a public fight with Facebook, taking aim Tuesday in London at the social-media giant's handling of personal data.
  • Australia's largest steer lives in the South West

    Australia's largest steer lives in the South West

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    A massive Australian cow named Knickers has been spared the slaughterhouse and the dinner table thanks to its sheer size. "He was always a standout steer from the others, a bit bigger than the rest", he said. He is double the weight of the average Holstein Friesian and half a metre taller. "Whenever he wants to get up and start walking, there's a trail of hundreds of cattle following him".
  • This is when the worst of Storm Diana will hit Devon

    This is when the worst of Storm Diana will hit Devon

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    On Thursday, two more warnings for strong winds will cover south-west England, Wales, north-west England and Scotland, where gusts could reach 80mph. All tourists travelling in Iceland need to heed these warnings says the met office who also urges people to follow road conditions carefully.
  • Trump jumps in to Senate race with racist overtones

    Trump jumps in to Senate race with racist overtones

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    Tuesday's victor will finish the final two years of the term begun by Republican Sen. Kamala Harris of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey and former Massachusetts Gov. Hyde-Smith's campaign did not immediately return a request for comment. Hyde-Smith was also seen in a video advocating for voter suppression , claiming that laws making it "just a little more difficult" for attendees of the state's "liberal" universities to vote are a "great idea".
  • Three US service members killed in Afghanistan blast

    Three US service members killed in Afghanistan blast

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    In June of 2017, the Taliban claimed an attack where an Afghan soldier shot and killed three US soldiers in the Achin district of the eastern Nangarhar province. Jasso was the ninth American killed in action in the country this year, and the second this month after a former mayor from Utah who served in the state's National Guard since 2013 was slain in an "insider attack" in Kabul on November 3.
  • Paul Manafort Met With Julian Assange Months Before WikiLeaks Published DNC Emails

    Paul Manafort Met With Julian Assange Months Before WikiLeaks Published DNC Emails

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    WikiLeaks is so confident of its claim, that it announced it's willing to put its money - and Assange's life - on the table. Manafort has also called them "100% false". The Guardian also cited a separate internal document written by Ecuador's intelligence agency Senain, which lists "Paul Manaford [sic]' - spelled with an orthographic mistake - as one of several well-known guests to the embassy, with the visitors" list also including "Russians".