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Days before by polls, two school buildings torched in J&K

Its candidate from Anantnag, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's brother Tasaduq Mufti, said the government had informed the poll commission in writing that "this is not a right time for polls". Meanwhile, the broadband services have been restored but mobile internet continues to remain suspended, as thirty-eight polling stations are going to re-poll in Budgam on April 13. Read More »

Saudi King appoints son as country's ambassador to US

RIYADH: Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, who arrived here Sunday on an official visit, held talks with King Salman on various aspects of bilateral cooperation and the latest regional developments. But earlier this month, another Egyptian court ruling struck down the previous court's decision, describing it as invalid. Moscow is Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's leading patron, Saudi Arabia is an integral supporter of the rebels battling Assad's regime. Read More »

Les 6 scénarios probables pour le second tour à la loupe — Présidentielle


Dans cette dernière enquête, Emmanuel Macron est crédité de 23 % des intentions de vote au premier tour , un score en recul de 1 point par rapport à notre précédente mesure, en début de semaine. Les dernières enquêtes d'opinion avant la clôture de la campagne étaient attendues pour savoir si la dernière émission politique et l'attentat des Champs-Élysées allaient avoir un impact sur les intentions de vote . Read More »

Afghan army chief, defense minister resign following attack


After arriving to visit the base, Ghani ordered that flags be flown at half mast on Sunday in memory of the troops who died. In an online statement, Ghani condemned the deadly attack and called it "cowardly", and the work of "infidels". The heavily armed militants sitting in two military Ranger jeeps made their way after passing several security gates under the pretext of carrying wounded persons to the base hospital. Read More »

OPS camp stands tough in merger talks with Edappadi group


Getting a green signal from Panneerselvam that he was ready for a merger provided Dinakaran and his jailed aunt Sasikala were kept out of the party, chief minister Edappadi Palaniswami went into a huddle with senior cabinet colleagues and they made a decision to accept the demand. Read More »

Présidentielle : Le PLR appelle à voter pour Emmanuel Macron


Peu après, le Premier ministre Bernard Cazeneuve a également appelé à voter pour le candidat d'En Marche, un choix que fera aussi, "sans hésiter", l'ancienne ministre écologiste Cécile Duflot. Philippe Vigier, président du groupe UDI à l'Assemblée, exprimant sa "déception" du score de François Fillon, a jugé dans un communiqué que "pas une seule voix ne doit aller à Marine Le Pen ". Read More »

Navy Jet Attached to USS Carl Vinson Crashes Near Philippines


The pilot was forced to eject as the airplane made its final approach to the aircraft carrier now en route to the Korean peninsula amid increasing tensions surrounding North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs. Pence, former governor of IN, said that all options are on the table , and China is the key to influence North Korea, adding that if Beijing is unable to "deal" with Pyongyang, the US and its allies will step up. Read More »

War memorial vandalised with anarchist symbols on Anzac Day eve


Manningham Council cleaners have been assessing the damage, which is likely to be quite costly due to the gold leafing on the memorial. It was reported to local media, with photographs showing red paint daubed across the sandstone. "As long as I am the Minister I will not allow individuals or organisations to use the day we commemorate the sacrifice of 100,000 fellow countrymen and women in any way that disrespects their legacy". Read More »

Prime Minister to announce details of tough new citizenship test today

This step was taken by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to decrease the unemployment ration. 'What we're doing is strengthening our multicultural society and strengthening our commitment to Australian values '. But Mr Dutton denied they were targeted at a particular religion. Well it's not, ' he told the Seven Network ahead of the announcement. Among other steps, the action will bring a review of the USA work visa program. Read More »

Barghouti's strike part of long road

Prisoners in Ashkelon, Nafha, Rimon, Hadarim, Gilboa and Beer-Sheva put all the food out of their cells and declared their hunger strike. There are now 6,300 Palestinian political prisoners, 500 of them in administrative detention, according to the Palestinian prisoners' rights group, Addameer. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron: The next surprise president?


Mr Emmanuel Macron, 39, a centrist ex-banker who set up his party just a year ago, is the opinion polls' favourite to win the first round and beat far-right National Front chief Marine Le Pen in the two-person run-off on May 7. "And candidates that caused us a lot of problems, I think that's not a good thing for France". The fear is that antiestablishment candidates like Melenchon and Le Pen would meet in the final round of elections-threatening the stability of the eurozone and the euro, ... Read More »

Macron and Le Pen Advance to Runoff for French Presidency


A slate of other candidates are polling in single digits. (On the move) party just a year ago, was economy minister under President Hollande but resigned in 2016 to fight for the presidency. "Very interesting election now taking place in France", Trump tweeted on Sunday. Thursday's shooting on the most famous street in Paris was the latest in a bloody series of terror attacks that have cost more than 230 lives since 2015. Read More »

Attaque sur les Champs Elysées


Son lien exact avec le groupe jihadiste Etat islamique (EI), qui a rapidement revendiqué l'attaque jeudi soir, reste à établir. La présidente du Front national (FN) s'est présentée comme le meilleur rempart contre le terrorisme dans un pays choqué par les attentats qui ont fait 238 autres morts depuis 2015. Read More »

White House 'encouraged' by China's recent response on N. Korea

Foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said China opposed words or actions that could further raise tension. China may be getting fed up with continued nuclear bluster from long-time ally North Korea and tilting toward the United States. The press statement would be the fifth issued this year by the council in response to ballistic missile and nuclear tests by North Korea. U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley stressed that the burden is on North Korea to prevent an escalation. Read More »

Aaron Hernandez found not guilty for double murder


Bradley files a lawsuit alleging that Hernandez shot him after they argued at a strip club. Bradley, who survived, was reportedly driving the auto the night the drive-by shootings occurred. The presiding judge sentenced Hernandez to four-to-five years in prison , separate and apart from his existing life sentence for killing Odin Lloyd. Read More »

Trump to Meet Turkey's Erdogan Ahead of NATO Summit in May


Thousands have protested in Istanbul and Ankara since Sunday's referendum , which has set into motion the transformation of Turkey's system of government from a parliamentary into a presidential one. " This referendum will forever remain controversial ", he told reporters. "The rule of a match can not be changed while the match is being played, this is a universal rule", he said. Read More »

France's next leader: Centrist Emmanuel Macron vs far-right Marine Le Pen


Almost 47 million voters cast their ballots on Sunday under tight security to decide whether to back a pro-EU centrist newcomer, a scandal-ridden veteran conservative who wants to slash public spending, a far-left eurosceptic admirer of Fidel Castro, or a first woman president who would shut borders to refugees and ditch the euro. Read More »

North Korea vows to respond to U.S. aggression with 'nuclear attack'


On Friday, China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi discouraged the US and North Korea from engaging in "tit for tat" behavior between the two countries after media reports claimed that the Trump administration was positioned to launch a preemptive strike if North Korea appeared to be launching such a test. Read More »

Hundreds descend on Priest Point Park for Easter egg fun

More than an estimated 35,000 Easter eggs were brought in for the hunt that had the added feature of the Bunny Hop 5-kilometer Run that started at 9 a.m. High pitch, low pitch, fast pitch, slow pitch, the eggs beep all over the field as the kids with visual impairments see the eggs with their hands and ears. Read More »