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Almost a week after a scuffle broke out between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh, a video, purportedly shot on a mobile phone and put out by a retired military officer yesterday, showed how the soldiers from two countries kicked, punched and shoved each other.
  • South Africa's borders on 'red alert' for Grace Mugabe

    South Africa's borders on 'red alert' for Grace Mugabe

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    The pretty model has lawyered up with Gerrie Nel, the prosecutor who secured a murder conviction against double amputee Olympic track star Oscar Pistorius . They were told "let us talk and this can go away". The Police Ministry says it will not be arresting Mugabe until it receives an official indication from Dirco.
  • Red Cross believes at least 600 missing in deadly Sierra Leone mudslides

    Red Cross believes at least 600 missing in deadly Sierra Leone mudslides

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    Sierra Leone began a week of mourning on Wednesday after 105 children were among at least 400 people who died in mudslides caused by torrential flooding. The UK has had a strong relationship with Sierra Leone for some years, regularly posting members of DFID and the MoD in the country since British military forces intervened in the civil war in 2000 and following the Ebola crisis in 2014.
  • Mark Ruffalo and Michael Moore lead protest outside Trump Tower

    Mark Ruffalo and Michael Moore lead protest outside Trump Tower

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    There, spurred on by Moore and guest artist Mark Ruffalo , they protested the president's see-sawing declaration earlier in the day that both sides were to blame for the violence Saturday in Charlottesville , Va. Trump Tower in New York, Pres. Trump praised his initial statement that had caused so much criticism, and angrily laid blame on liberal groups advocating for the removal of Confederate statues.
  • Rahul Gandhi to inaugurate Indira canteen in Bengaluru today

    Rahul Gandhi to inaugurate Indira canteen in Bengaluru today

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    As per The Times of India , initially 101 Indira canteens will be opened in the Bengaluru city. Congress Vice-President, Rahul Gandhi inaugurates the first canteen at Kanakanapalya in Jayanagar today at 11:30 AM. Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had announced this ambitious project when he presented this year's budget in state Assembly on March 15, 2017.
  • North Korea Says It Won't Fire Missiles At Guam, After All

    North Korea Says It Won't Fire Missiles At Guam, After All

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    Dunford is visiting South Korea, Japan and China after a week in which Trump declared the us military "locked and loaded" and said he was ready to unleash "fire and fury" if North Korea continued to threaten the United States. "He encouraged strengthening trilateral cooperation between the U.S., (South Korea) and Japan", U.S. military spokesman Captain Darryn James said. If "the Yankees persist in their extremely unsafe reckless actions on the Korean peninsula and in its vicinity", Kim ...
  • VENEZUELA: US Wants Latin America To Increase Pressure On Maduro - Pence

    VENEZUELA: US Wants Latin America To Increase Pressure On Maduro - Pence

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    Pence said he expects a "breakthrough" soon on commodity agreements with Argentina that may include products such as US pork, Argentine beef and lemons. President Santos simply responded that "military intervention would be unacceptable to all countries in Latin America". While US President Donald Trump has said he may consider a " military option " to oust Maduro, the proposal has not been met with enthusiasm by the US' allies in Latin America.
  • Anticipated Trump Executive Order Places Infrastructure in Flood's Way

    Anticipated Trump Executive Order Places Infrastructure in Flood's Way

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    The directive , which Trump signed on August 15, also revokes a January 2015 executive order signed by President Obama establishing a federal flood-risk standard to promote projects' resiliency. The president, speaking at a news conference at Trump Tower in NY, said it can cost hundreds of millions of dollars and 17 years to approve an ordinary highway project because of burdensome regulations.
  • Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Charlottesville

    Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Charlottesville

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    Trump has for months considered ousting Bannon, and many critics have pressured the president to do so after Trump waited two days to blame white supremacists for the violence in Charlottesville . A source told us that Bannon's also "hit Gary Cohn as 'a globalist.'" The Mooch declined to comment, but said of Bannon, "He goes after people who do not share his views".
  • Pence Goes Beyond Trump in Condemning White Supremacists

    Pence Goes Beyond Trump in Condemning White Supremacists

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    The military, current and retired members of which control a third of the government, leapt on the threat to say it was the nation's only bulwark against the "imperialist aggression". He told reporters in Berlin that Germany wants "a peaceful return to democratic order". Venezuela's Ministry of Communication and Information said Sunday that it could not respond to media queries until today.
  • Army: Charlottesville Driver Kicked Out Of Active Duty After Failing Basic Training

    Army: Charlottesville Driver Kicked Out Of Active Duty After Failing Basic Training

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    Video of the incident in Charlottesville , Virginia, shows the auto appearing to plow deliberately at a high rate of speed over multiple counter-protesters at the rally. It shocked Samantha Bloom that the 20-year-old Maumee, Ohio , man is now accused of plowing into a crowd of people peacefully protesting a white nationalist rally Saturday in Charlottesville .
  • 3 dead after shooting at Great Lakes Dragaway in Kenosha County

    3 dead after shooting at Great Lakes Dragaway in Kenosha County

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    Union Grove is about 25 miles south of Milwaukee. A suspect is at large after three men were shot and killed Sunday at a auto racing track in Wisconsin. The police said while friends of the victims were in shock after the event, they had no idea what would have led to the incident. Beth said at least two of the men were from Aurora, Illinois, The Associated Press reported.