• Netanyahu Welcomes Romania's Stand on Yerushalayim Embassy
Netanyahu Welcomes Romania's Stand on Yerushalayim Embassy

Zeman is a hero in the eyes of the Israeli nation, she said. Following the Czech president's decision to move his country's embassy to Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked Miloš Zeman for his "important declaration".

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  • Madame Tussauds just unveiled Melania Trump's wax figure
Madame Tussauds just unveiled Melania Trump's wax figure

The 47-year-old FLOTUS moulded into wax is to be part of the museum's interactive exhibit called " Give Melania a Voice " in a set depicting the Oval Office. "She's a very caring and gracious woman and our country is grateful to have her". "I'm sure they have their moments like any couple does, but she is a great supportive spouse", he said, addi...

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  • French president urges United States to remain open to the world
French president urges United States to remain open to the world

Mr Macron urged the United States not to "close the door to the world" and said stoking fear and anger would not "construct anything". Afterward, Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer said Macron's call for global engagement was timely.

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  • Cabinet decisions: JK brings in death penalty for child rape
Cabinet decisions: JK brings in death penalty for child rape

The cabinet approved the ordinance , which also prescribes capital punishment for convicted rapists of girls below the age of 16 years, in an emergency meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to amend the criminal law. "Stringent provisions for bail have been incorporated in the ordinance". The ordinance recommends the death penalty for r...

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  • Iran rejects new nuke deal by US, France
Iran rejects new nuke deal by US, France

Some of the restrictions on Iran are scheduled to be lifted after 10 and 15 years. Instead, Trump eyed a broader "deal" that would also limit Iran's ballistic missile programme and support for militant groups across the Middle East .

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  • Accused in Kathua gangrape moves Supreme Court, seeks CBI probe
Accused in Kathua gangrape moves Supreme Court, seeks CBI probe

Lokur and Justice Deepak Gupta. However, the bench observed,"let the main issue be not missed". The accused said their rights and interest are bound to be affected by the outcome of the writ petition filed by father of the victim and therefore they should be granted an opportunity to be heard in the matter.

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  • Pak HC disqualifies Khawaja Asif from parl over UAE work permit
Pak HC disqualifies Khawaja Asif from parl over UAE work permit

Meanwhile, Maryam Nawaz also replaced the display picture on her twitter account with a new one depicting her with Khawaja Asif. The three-member special bench announced the judgement on Thursday, stating that Asif was not even qualified to contest polls in 2013.

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  • French president urges USA to remain open to the world
French president urges USA to remain open to the world

The speech came a day after Macron and Trump planted a tree together on the White House lawn. Under Mr Macron's proposal, the U.S. and Europe would agree to block any Iranian nuclear activity until 2025 and beyond, address Iran's ballistic missile programme and generate conditions for a political solution to contain Iran in Yemen, Syria, ...

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  • Noor To Plead Not Guilty
Noor To Plead Not Guilty

On Wednesday, Noor's lawyer filed documents stating that the former police officer intends to claim self-defense and reasonable force. She died from a single gunshot wound to the abdomen . Both officers drew their weapons inside the squad vehicle, and Noor fired a shot from the passenger's seat, striking Damond in the abdomen. Her death drew w...

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  • Derry vigil for Alfie Evans to take place at lunchtime today
Derry vigil for Alfie Evans to take place at lunchtime today

His parents want to take him to the Vatican's Bambino Gesu Pediatric Hospital. Mr Evans and Kate James made applications to the Court of Appeal after a High Court judge ruled they could take their son home from the hospital, but not overseas.

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  • Google shows Narendra Modi as India's first PM, Congress cries foul
Google shows Narendra Modi as India's first PM, Congress cries foul

While expert opinion is yet to come, Twitter is befuddled over the mix-up of photos in the " India first PM " query. When you search India first PM , the search result shows correct information in a text but mistakenly show Narendra Modi's picture by its side.

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  • Senator Felder stays with the GOP, denying Democrats a ruling majority
Senator Felder stays with the GOP, denying Democrats a ruling majority

Colorado Democrats and Republicans approved their 2018 party platforms at their state conventions earlier this month, and they show stark differences on issues ranging from tax policy and gun control to healthcare and abortion. Democratic State Sen. Simcha Felder caucuses with the Republicans, giving the party a 32-29 majority. Unlike the Novembe...

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  • Get ready for 'A Quiet Place' sequel
Get ready for 'A Quiet Place' sequel

The film has now grossed over $ 213 million worldwide since its theatrical debut. Well, now it seems as though it could have a whole universe of its own. "There are so many discarded set pieces, too, just hiding out on Word documents on our computer", Beck said. Krasinski, who also plays the father alongside real life wife Blunt, anchors the story...

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  • Syrian says Russia used images from his film
Syrian says Russia used images from his film

She says the situation in Idlib province "remains catastrophic, with nearly 400,000 people displaced since mid-December, in addition to tens of thousands who were displaced from eastern Ghouta and eastern Qalamoun". Six days after the incident, Russia's Defense Ministry accused Britain of direct involvement in staging video images of alleged vi...

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  • Toronto Killer was the Canadian Elliott Rodger
Toronto Killer was the Canadian Elliott Rodger

The first, of course, was the spate of killings committed by a young man named Elliot Rodger near the University of California, Santa Barbara, campus in 2014. He asked to remain anonymous. Like many movements, including the alt-right and the pizzagate conspiracy, which were born from the anonymous message board 4Chan, the incel movement is ...

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  • German Jewish leader: Don't wear skullcap in public
German Jewish leader: Don't wear skullcap in public

Protesters wearing the traditional caps, which are worn by all Orthodox Jewish men and often by other secular men at weddings, gathered in several other German cities amid alarm at a series of incidents including an attack last week recorded on video.

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  • Sushma condemns terror at SCO FMs' meet in China
Sushma condemns terror at SCO FMs' meet in China

What makes the upcoming SCO military drill of interest is the fact that Pakistan and India will be participating together. A brief flirtation with detente came to an abrupt halt in January 2016, when India accused Pakistan of supporting militants in a deadly attack on an Indian air station in Pathankot.

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  • 13 students killed in bus-train collision in Uttar Pradesh
13 students killed in bus-train collision in Uttar Pradesh

Along with children, the driver has also been killed in the accident. "Total 18 school students were travelling in the vehicle out of which 11 have died, numerous rest 7 are critically injured, death toll may go up", Kumar said. The death toll was likely to go up as few of the injured were in critical condition. The children were on their way t...

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  • Brexit: David Davis expects MPs to back customs union exit
Brexit: David Davis expects MPs to back customs union exit

In a speech in Hannover, Michel Barnier said the European Union needs "more clarity" from Theresa May's government with its vision for the future. Mr Davis was speaking ahead of a meeting on Wednesday afternoon of a Cabinet sub-committee dubbed Mrs May's "Brexit war cabinet", which will bring together senior ministers to drive negotiations forw...

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  • Migrant 'caravan' at US-Mexico border prepares for mass crossing
Migrant 'caravan' at US-Mexico border prepares for mass crossing

After Trump's comments, Mexican authorities stalled the caravan in a southern town and began handing out temporary visas that gave them legal status to travel to the border. Members of the caravan line up to eat at a shelter. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen released a statement on the caravan. Pueblo Sin Fronteras has accused USA imm...

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  • Hospitals may soon have to post prices for patients online
Hospitals may soon have to post prices for patients online

It would also allow patients easier access to medical records. The policy changes to the Meaningful Use program-which has been renamed the "Promoting Interoperability" program-were released in a proposed rule for the 2019 Inpatient Prospective Payment Systems (IPPS) and the Long-Term Care Hospital (LTCH) Prospective Payment System, which incl...

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  • 'Alexander' new favourite royal baby name, with very unlikely inspiration
'Alexander' new favourite royal baby name, with very unlikely inspiration

The Metro shares that according to William , both the Duchess of Cambridge and the royal baby are doing well and the proud father also joked that the baby is sleeping relatively well and "behaving himself". local time on April 23. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge introduced him to the wor...

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  • Identifying those killed in Toronto van attack could take days, coroner says
Identifying those killed in Toronto van attack could take days, coroner says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said late Monday that the federal government is "monitoring this situation closely". The incident "hasn't changed the overall threat level in Canada ", he told a news conference, though it occurred as Cabinet ministers from the G7 nations were meeting in Toronto .

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  • Indu Malhotra first woman lawyer set to be Supreme Court judge
Indu Malhotra first woman lawyer set to be Supreme Court judge

Malhotra, the first woman lawyer to be directly recommended for judgeship from the Bar, and Chief Justice Joseph. It is being said Justice KM Joseph is 45 in the All India seniority of judges and there were other Chief Justices of high court who were entitled to be moved to the top court.

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  • President Trump will personally review documents in Cohen case
President Trump will personally review documents in Cohen case

The government has countered that the standard protocol for document review is sufficient. "... Our client will make himself available, as needed, to aid in our privilege review on his behalf", wrote attorneys Joanna Hendon, Christopher Dysard and Reed Keefe in their filing.

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