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CRPF Personnels Killed During An Encounter With Maoists In Sukhma


Madhvi was a helping hand to CRPF and acted as their informer, but post his death even the villagers stopped visiting the security camp and distanced themselves from the personnel. Twenty-five Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel lost their lives in Sukma district on Monday. The jawans were from the 74th battalion of the CRPF, including an inspector-rank officer, who was injured in the gun battle. Read More »

Des débuts de campagne pour le second tour délicats — Macron-Le Pen

Soit environ 68 % des électeurs, dont 38 % précisent vouloir voter pour Marine Le Pen. " Emmanuel Macron est pour la dérégulation totale, l'ouverture totale, le libre-échange total". "C'est quasiment intégré, comme une normalité, que Marine Le Pen est au second tour. Dans les sondages, on nous l'annonce à 40%", a-t-il déclaré. Read More »

Wisconsin Dairy Farms Face Closure Due to Canadian Policies


Trump also said this week he would make "some very big changes" to the NAFTA treaty with Canada and Mexico or "we are going to get rid of NAFTA for once and for all ". Service sector CEOs surveyed by financial website BNN in its C-Suite poll of Canada's top executives recently cited Trump's plans for corporate and personal tax cuts, elimination of business regulations and Trump's pro-business stance as the most important reasons for optimism. Read More »

Network of World War I training tunnels found in UK


The discovery was made as the Ministry of Defence works on building hundreds of military homes at Larkhill, Wiltshire. Soldiers training on the site who left their names include decorated heroes and one recorded deserter. Items left over from training, such as ammunition, food tins and grenades, were also found at the site. The Australian 3rd Division infantry trained on Salisbury Plain in 1916 and the dig uncovered a chalk plaque inscribed with the names of Australian bombers - soldiers ... Read More »

North Korea says don't mess with us as U.S. plans next move

While allies supported us diplomatically, they piled up huge trade surpluses at our expense and became virtual free-riders off the USA defense effort. Kim has threatened to attack them and flood South Korea with his ground forces. CND said the threat of a conflict with North Korea was a "very risky global situation". Read More »

US man accused of taking loaded gun to CN Tower

David Hopkinson. Security officers notified police after a gun was found in a backpack during a routine metal detector screening around 3 p.m., Toronto police Const. "I would operate under that assumption though", she added. Erik Hall has been charged with unauthorized possession of a firearm with ammunition, carrying a concealed weapon and careless storage of a weapon. Read More »

Le Pen steps aside as National Front leader until election runoff


It was the same success - forecasts that were within around one percentage point of their final results - for scandal-hit conservative Francois Fillon and far-left firebrand Jean-Luc Melenchon. The Socialist candidate, Benoit Hamon, received a scant 6.4 percent, probably based on what the French consider to have been the miserable performance of the current Socialist president, Francois Hollande , commonly known by his critics as "Nul" ("zero"). Read More »

Tennessee teacher planned to take 15-year-old girl to Mexico

She said Elizabeth is now at a mental health facility, spending most of her time with a therapist, and occasionally enjoying visits from friends and family. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), following Cummins's arrest, he was charged with sexual contact with a minor and aggravated kidnapping. Read More »

The Minnesota Twins Announce Prince Night


After Prince's death, VH1 aired a Purple Rain marathon of the film for several days. Fans are also paying tribute to the icon at Paisley Park, the recording studio where Prince died. There is also a street party outside Fourth Avenue, the club where he made his legendary song " Purple Rain ". The songs were written and recorded when Prince was an independent artist, protesting what he saw as an unjust music industry, the statement said. Read More »

France's Le Pen steps down from National Front post

The result amounted to a comprehensive rejection of traditional politics in France. But considering Macron secured nearly 24% of Sunday's first-round vote and he has all of the other candidates support now, he is seen as the likely victor. Her plans to restore France's borders with its European neighbours, pull out of the eurozone and hold a referendum on leaving the EU had sown fear of another devastating blow to the bloc after Britain's vote to leave. Read More »

S. Korea installs parts of contentious United States missile defense

The United States has started installing the controversial THAAD missile defence equipment in South Korea, as Washington's relations with North Korea remains on a knife edge. Trump has indicated he is willing to ramp up United States military pressure on North Korea while simultaneously encouraging China to use its influence on its ally, and reject bilateral diplomacy with Pyongyang. Read More »

Family First to merge with Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives


The two right leaning parties made a decision to unite because it was "crazy to divide all the time". Mr Dutton could see sense in the merger. But questions remain over the future of new Family First Senator-elect Lucy Gichuhi, who will fill the upper house vacancy created by the departure of the party's former senator Bob Day. Read More »

Jake Tapper: Why Is Trump 'Still Tweeting' About the Election, Popular Vote?


The Washington Post/ABC poll found that 96% of Trump voters said if the election was held today , they would cast their vote for Trump again. So Trump's aides are contributing to a spectacle that they simultaneously dismiss as meaningless, knowing it is a priority for their boss as he juggles bold campaign pledges against the difficulty of heading the vast USA government. Read More »

Trade minister courts China for softwood as US announces duties

On Twitter, Breitbart News White House correspondent Charlie Spiering quoted Trump as saying, "We're going to be putting a 20% tax on softwood lumber coming in - tariff on softwood coming into the United States from Canada". Both NDP Leader John Horgan and Green Leader Andrew Weaver said Clark's government failed to gain ground with the United States on the dispute. The action has had the effect of cutting prices Canadian buyers pay for dairy imports from the U.S. Read More »

Les politiques font le bilan du 1er tour (vidéo) — Val d'Oise

L'ex-ministre et son jeune mouvement " En Marche! Au passage, il faut signaler l'effondrement total du PS qui a gouverné 24 ans durant la Ve République si l'on compte la période de cohabitation qu'a incarnée Lionel Jospin, et qui est éliminé de cette présidentielle avec le score dérisoire de 6,35 %. Read More »

Israel appoints first female Muslim religious judge


They have existed in what is now Israel since early Ottoman times and through the British Mandate, and were recognized by the State of Israel upon its founding in 1948. Israeli daily Haaretz reported that the Judicial Appointments Committee had not decided which of the nine Sharia courts in Israel Mansour-Khatib will be appointed to. Read More »

No waiver from Russian Federation sanctions

Asked about the waiver application, Alan Jeffers, an Exxon Mobil spokesman, said , "We don't comment on ongoing issues". The US sectoral sanctions were introduced in 2014 and prohibit the transfer of advanced technology to Russian Federation, including those related to shelf drilling, including the Arctic. Read More »

Boat capsizes in Moreton Bay off Brisbane


One person has been hospitalised and another three suffered minor injuries. The vessel that overturned between Stradbroke and Moreton Islands was a fishing charter. #BREAKING : Several people have been thrown out of a boat as it overturned near Stradbroke Island. Others were being taken to Manly Harbour. One man was airlifted from the island in a serious condition with a back injury and all the other occupants of the vessel have been treated at Dunwich for non-life-threatening injuries. Read More »

Canada enacts more sanctions on Syria

On April 7, the US launched dozens of cruise missiles at Shayrat air base in Syria in response to a chemical weapon attack in Idlib province three days earlier that killed almost 100 people, including 30 children. "A great disappointment. I was very disappointed by that". The Trump administration said Monday that it issued sanctions against 271 employees of Syria's Scientific Studies and Research Center, the Syrian government agency responsible for developing and producing non-conventional ... Read More »