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Policeman beaten to death by enraged crowd

Additionally in order to enhance the investigation procedure, a Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been constituted to look into the case. Director General of Police (DGP) Dr S P Vaid said the officer was for the protection of people who later lynched him to death. Read More »

Protesters gather in front of Mitch McConnell's office for 'die


ADAPT organizer Bruce Darling released a statement before the protests saying, "The American Health Care Act caps and significantly cuts Medicaid which will greatly reduce access to medical care and home and community based services for elderly and disabled Americans who will either die or be forced into institutions". Read More »

Adviser to South Korean president calls for flexibility on North Korea nukes


Beijing's foreign ministry released a statement on Thursday following this week's diplomatic dialogue between U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Chinese State Councilor, Yang Jiechi. North Korean missile tests present a hard challenge for Moon. In accordance with the December 2015 agreement , Japan disbursed ¥1 billion past year to a South Korean fund providing support for the affected women and their families. Read More »

Basket: les Françaises retrouvent l'Espagne en finale del'Euro


Cette victoire fut longue à se dessiner contre des Grecques très efficaces en défense, et ce n'est qu'en toute fin de match que les Bleues ont creusé l'écart. Les Bleues chercheront à remporter leur troisième titre continental après ceux de 2001 et 2009. Les douze joueuses ont toutes marqué, dont bien sûr Endy Miyem, la plus régulière depuis le début du tournoi et encore la meilleure en demi-finale (13 points). Read More »

'Trump Factor' Seen in Naming of New Saudi Crown Prince

Mohammed bin Nayef was also stripped of his positions as deputy prime minister and interior minister after being removed as second in line to the throne of the world's biggest oil exporter. The announcements were made in a series of royal decrees carried on the state-run Saudi Press Agency. His critics fear that his inexperience has embroiled Saudi Arabia in costly problems. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron aura plus de 400 sièges au parlement


Un premier tour marqué également par le niveau record de l'abstention . C'était aujourd'hui le premier tour des élections législatives en France . Le vice-président du parti d'extrême droite français Front National , Florian Philippot, a reconnu " une déception dans le score " de son parti, qui aurait recueilli environ 13% des suffrages aux législatives dimanche. Read More »

Hamas and IS both say they killed Israeli policewoman

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the fatal stabbing in a statement. The attack was carried out by "two Palestinians from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and a third from Hamas ", he said. All three were from the West Bank village of Deir Abu-Mashal, near the city of Ramallah, the Times of Israel reported . Israeli intelligence officers have said they believe that the group has been focusing their main efforts on attacking Arab states in the ... Read More »

Another mistrial in case of U.S. officer who shot black man


Prosecutors, though, have argued that Tensing had not been in serious danger and that the use of deadly force was unnecessary. Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty last week in the shooting death of motorist Philando Castile, whose dying moments were live-streamed on Facebook. Read More »

La fille de Jacqueline et Marcel Jacob réagit — Affaire Grégory

Un couple rattrapé par les expertises et surtout, par l'histoire d'un conflit passé. Quels liens le couple entretenait-il avec les parents de Grégory? Les époux Jacob semblent avoir été mis en cause par un minutieux travail de reconstitution du dossier plus que par des éléments nouveaux, hormis lattribution, à Jacqueline Jacob , dune des trois lettres de menaces envoyée à la famille Villemin en 1983 et sa ressemblance terminologique avec celle revendiquant le crime, ce que dénoncent ... Read More »

Modi, Shah To Be Present When Kovind Files Nomination On Friday

Notably, SP and BSP went along with the Opposition choice. With the backing of parties outside the alliance like Telangana Rashtra Samithi (2 percent), All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (5.39 percent), Yuvajana Shramika RythuCongress (1.53 percent) and Biju Janata Dal (2.99 percent), the NDA's support will cross the half way mark to reach almost 63 percent. Read More »

Darjeeling unrest: Protestors, police clash

Darjeeling shutdown continued on Sunday as Gorkha Janmukti Morcha called a protest rally to step up its demand for a separate state. "We are shocked that Vikram Rai, a local journalist, was arrested last night". The Morcha claims the men were party activists who had died in the police firing on Saturday. "We are ready for talks with the Centre, but the agenda has to be only Gorkhaland ", Rai said. Read More »

Health bill test of McConnell's leadership skills


According to Maplight, a watchdog that tracks campaign spending, those chosen by Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to draft the Senate's version of Trumpcare legislation have collected, on average, $214,000 from companies that will be directly affected by major changes to the nation's healthcare system. Read More »

Darjeeling unrest: NCP accuses BJP of having alliance with Gorkhas


At lease five people have been killed and more than 100 others, including 30 policemen, have been injured. Ahluwalia said three people were killed in the police firing on Saturday. As Ghisingh's influence waned, the GJM launched another movement for a separate state of Gorkhaland. The GJM agitation in Darjeeling led to the cancellation of bookings by domestic and foreign tourists in the "Queen of hill stations" and make travel arrangements in Sikkim, he said. Read More »

Decision on supporting Kovind on Tuesday: Thackeray


In 2012, Mukherjee personally called up and later met Thackeray soliciting his support, which the Sena chief offered, going against the BJP-supported NDA candidate, the late P.A. That is why Thackeray has expressed the party's position in such terms that it does not look too happy with the BJP choice, nor appears anti-Dalit", the Sena leader said. Read More »

Strong earthquake injures 2, knocks off roof tiles in Japan


A strong natural disaster has shaken residents in a mountainous region of central Japan, injuring at least two people and knocking roof tiles off homes. NHK showed a worker in Kiso picking up glass from a shattered show window at a Nissan vehicle dealer. The quake, whose focus was located at a depth of 7 kilometers in the southern part of the inland prefecture, did not cause tsunami, the agency said. Read More »

Fifteen-year-old killed by mob over "beef eating" in India


We have already arrested one of the accused. "Clearly, if such incidents can occur in a crowded train, it is because the perpetrators are confident of political support and patronage", they said in a statement. He says that Junaid was a gentle kid who never fought with anyone. Their attackers entered the same coach at Okhla station and ordered the Muslim youths, who were travelling in that coach from Sadar Bazar, to vacate the seats for them. Read More »

Is Trump's Bluff About Comey Tapes A Crime?


After he fired Mr Comey in May, Mr Trump tweeted that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director "better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" In explaining why he tweeted about the tapes, Trump suggested it was to affect Comey's testimony before the Senate. Read More »

India mob kills Muslim teen in beef row, one arrested


Ramesh was later sent in three-day police custody by a local court. "They have assured that action as per law will be taken in the case and we are hopeful that we will get justice", he told reporters in Ballabgarh . Both of his brothers Hashim and Shaqir who later on bordered the train also received stab wounds from the assailants, although thankfully both managed to survive the ordeal. Read More »

US presses China to do more to rein in North Korea


Trump set aside as he sought President Xi Jinping's help with Pyongyang. She said China has done a lot to increase pressure on the North, but should do more. The NY Daily News speculates that this outburst was prompted mainly by Trump's stern criticism of North Korea for the murder of American hostage Otto Warmbier . Read More »

Labour election candidate reacts to Queen's Speech

The BBC has reported that the queen said at a private lunch before the referendum that Britain should "just get on with" leaving the European Union and that Brexit would not be a "problem". The nine-minute speech reflected May's diminished position - a loss of stature that has emboldened those within her own party who want a "softer" Brexit which makes a less-sharp break with the EU. Read More »

LG V30 to support wireless charging


Now, a new rumor has appeared claiming that the V30 will have wireless charging support , meaning that the phone should have a glass back, unlike any of its predecessors in the V series. Even the LG G6 has a dual-lens rear camera setup. OnLeaks says the V30 will have a dual rear camera, but doesn't say what the two image sensors will be, but it could feature a similar 13-megapixel dual camera system as seen on the LG G6, which has a wide-angle lens and a regular lens. Read More »

New poll shows majority of Americans are unaware Trumpcare slashes Medicaid

Heller said he thought the bill would harm the elderly, the disabled and people battling substance abuse, adding that he is "not confident" it will lower costs for consumers. "They are really nice and they help me a lot", Emilie said. "We continue to share our story , Emilie's story as much as possible, to ensure the Medicaid program does not receive any cuts of any kind", Renee Saltzman said at the rally. Read More »

Gillespie edges out Trump-aligned candidate in Virginia gov. primary

But some voters are still on the fence and have yet to make a decision between Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam and former Congressman Tom Perriello . The 13th District seat is now held by one of the most conservative and outspoken politicians in the House of Delegates, Bob Marshall. And election officials expect just a few thousand voters to walk through those doors, maybe 10 to 12 percent of those who are registered. Read More »