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World News Malala leaves Pakistan after emotional visit
Author: 0 Malala leaves Pakistan after emotional visit

The visit was kept highly secret and hardly anyone knew until she landed in Islamabad and was driven in security to a hotel. A smiling Yousafzai was seen with her parents at Benazir Bhutto International Airport before they boarded a plane to return to London after the four-day visit.

World News 18 killed in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria, say emergency services
Author: 0 18 killed in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria, say emergency services

He added that the troops of 23 Brigade Nigerian Army under Operation Lafiya Dole yesterday acting on a tip off arrested 3 suspected terrorists at Ngurore. "The Boko Haram crisis is also economic and it is getting deeper now because they have realised that the best way to get more money is to capture a few girls, get about $10 million to release them and six months later kidnap another set and make more money".

World News Anti-India protests erupt in Kashmir amid deadly fighting
Author: 0 Anti-India protests erupt in Kashmir amid deadly fighting

However, the leader-who knows the chief minister's mind-acknowledged on Sunday that Pakistan has not responded in the way it had when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the prime minister. Kashmir has been divided between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947. Hundreds of protesters at both the places pelted rocks on forces to disrupt their anti-militant operations.

World News Sheriff's Vehicle Hits Woman at Stephon Clark Protest in Sacramento
Author: 0 Sheriff's Vehicle Hits Woman at Stephon Clark Protest in Sacramento

One of the patrol cars sounded the siren four times. The statement also said the sheriff's vehicle, which was surrounded by protesters yelling and pounding on the auto, "sustained scratches, dents, and a shattered rear window". Protesters took to the streets for the fifth straight day on Sunday (Australian time) after 22-year-old Stephon Clark was shot and killed by police in his grandmother's backyard where he lived.

World News China's defunct space lab hurtling towards Earth for re-entry
Author: 0 China's defunct space lab hurtling towards Earth for re-entry

Eastern, plus or minus nine hours. A location is more hard and could be anywhere from South Dakota to New Zealand. Use the link here . So what might you see from Earth? "And we don't know exactly where that's going to occur". It also has two sleep stations for astronauts. He tweeted: "Sad news for my followers in North America, India, Europe and Australia: if the current prediction is correct, Tiangong will not be falling on you".

World News China responds to Trump with tariffs on American fruit, meat
Author: 0 China responds to Trump with tariffs on American fruit, meat

The Chinese Finance Ministry on Monday began to impose high tariffs on 128 USA imports, including pork and fruit. The tariffs also won't take effect right away. America has also said China's state-led economics model unfairly benefits Chinese companies and subsidises exports in violation of free-trade agreements.

World News No April Fool: Expect snow Sunday night into Monday
Author: 0 No April Fool: Expect snow Sunday night into Monday

The normal high at Islip is 52 and the normal low 36, according to Faye Morrone, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service at Upton. It could slow down the later part of the morning commute a bit, mainly because there are flakes falling from the sky (you know there will always be a Chicken Little out there panicking).

World News Sister Jean stays faithful when Loyola's Final Four run ends
Author: 0 Sister Jean stays faithful when Loyola's Final Four run ends

Wagner, the Wolverines' 6-11 junior center, set an unofficial Final Four record by twice flying over the side of the elevated court the NCAA constructed at the center of the Alamodome. Cameron Krutwig , Loyola's big man, scored 17 points and Clayton Custer had 13 of his 15 after halftime. MI was last in the championship game in 2013, when the Wolverines lost to Louisville.

World News In Somalia, the militants attacked a peacekeeping base
Author: 0 In Somalia, the militants attacked a peacekeeping base

The Ugandan military said that Ugandan soldiers serving in the peacekeeping mission of the AU that killed 22 militants Shabaab, which attacked the base Buulamarer. An AMISOM spokesman could not be reached for comment. Al-Shabab, which is often referred to as "the deadliest" Islamist extremist group in Africa, is fighting to impose its hardline interpretation of Islamic law across Somalia.

World News Russian Federation summons diplomats to announce spy rift expulsions
Author: 0 Russian Federation summons diplomats to announce spy rift expulsions

Russian Federation has announced further measures against United Kingdom diplomats while at the same time declaring tit-for-tat expulsions of officials from 23 other countries. The British Government was given 30 days to reduce its diplomatic personnel to the same number of diplomats that Russian Federation has stationed in the UK.

World News Hats Off Charan: NTR After Watching Rangasthalam
Author: 0 Hats Off Charan: NTR After Watching Rangasthalam

At the AP/T box office, Rangasthalam has raised its 2 days total collection to 42.80 crores gross, including 14.50 crores of Saturday. As we report, Rangasthalam has surpassed the 50 cr mark worldwide and emerged as the third fastest Tollywood film to achieve this mark.

World News Man fighting for his life after shark attack off Hawaiian Island
Author: 0 Man fighting for his life after shark attack off Hawaiian Island

The attack occurred at Kukio Beach on the Kona Coast near Hualalai. The victim, who lives in the community at Kukio Golf and Beach Club , was rushed to North Hawaii Community Hospital via helicopter. They were able to pull him to safety and noticed he sustained injuries to the right side of his body. Bystanders treated the man with multiple tourniquets to his right side until am ambulance arrived at the scene, according to Big Island Now .

World News Chris Brown Denies Choking Woman: 'No Foul Play'
Author: 0 Chris Brown Denies Choking Woman: 'No Foul Play'

News, when the photos made their rounds online, fans were wondering whether this was an example of a repeat offense and began questioning the singer's motives behind the apparent assault. Meanwhile, Chris Brown also recently announced that he plans to go on a "Heartbreak On A Full Moon" US tour alongside singers H.E.R., 6lack and Rich The Kid.

World News Get ready for Suzuki Corolla and Toyota Brezza
Author: 0 Get ready for Suzuki Corolla and Toyota Brezza

The company's top management includes Mr.D S Brar, Mr.K Ayabe, Mr.K Ayukawa, Mr.K Saito, Mr.O Suzuki, Mr.R C Bhargava, Mr.R P Singh, Mr.Shigetoshi Torii, Mr.T Hasuike, Mr.T Suzuki, Ms.P Shroff, Ms.R S Karnad. More recently, on March 22, Ford Motor Co and Mahindra & Mahindra announced plans to jointly develop SUVs, EVs and connected auto solutions. Key implications from Toyota's perspective will be gaining access to Suzuki's biggest market - India.

World News California family's fatal auto crash appears to be intentional
Author: 0 California family's fatal auto crash appears to be intentional

Investigators still do not have evidence that the crash was a deliberate act but California Highway Patrol investigators are working on the belief that "a felony has been committed", reports said . About a week or so ago, they said, one of the kids came to their place asking for food. But there was a history of domestic violence in the family .

World News New Wave of Migrants from Central America Headed to US
Author: 0 New Wave of Migrants from Central America Headed to US

Trump's tweets appear to have been sparked by a Fox News segment highlighting the progress of a current illegal immigrant caravan from Central America bound for the USA border. Trump also says Republicans in charge of the Senate "must go to Nuclear Option to pass tough laws NOW". Proposed DACA deals crafted by lawmakers also were not open to new participants.

World News Israeli defense minister rules out inquiry into Gaza killings
Author: 0 Israeli defense minister rules out inquiry into Gaza killings

A Palestinian hurls stones at Israeli troops during clashes at the Gaza-Israel border at a protest demanding the right to return to their homeland, in the southern Gaza Strip, March 31, 2018 . The Land Day tradition was spurred by the events of March 30, 1976, when Israeli forces fatally shot six Palestinian protesters. "The rioters are rolling burning tires and hurling firebombs & rocks at the security fence & IDF troops, who are responding w riot dispersal means and firing towards ...

World News Eddie Izzard calls on Labour to eradicate 'stain of anti-Semitism'
Author: 0 Eddie Izzard calls on Labour to eradicate 'stain of anti-Semitism'

He also complained that the party had failed to expel those involved in the "grossest derogatory fantasies about Jewish/Zionist conspiracies". Eddie Izzard said a "stain of anti-Semitism must be removed" in his first official statement after being appointed to Labour's national executive committee.

World News Righter sets stage for Child Abuse Awareness Month
Author: 0 Righter sets stage for Child Abuse Awareness Month

The police interrogated Ali and found the allegation to be true. "Obviously awareness of child abuse is one of the most critical issues that our society faces and I ask the floor adopt the resolution", Righter said. Armstrong's words were echoed during the proclamation ceremony, as the Honorable Ericka James, 8th Judicial District judge, read both the Child Abuse Prevention proclamation and the Month of the Military Child proclamation on behalf of the mayor.

Author: 0 Paine to play through the pain in fourth Test

The home side also ended the day with a fitness worry as the seamer Morné Morkel, playing in his final Test before retirement from worldwide cricket, was forced from the field with a muscle strain, though he did return to the pitch after the interval.

World News Eight youth martyred by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir
Author: 0 Eight youth martyred by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir

The separatists' leaders have called for a two-day shutdown to protest the killings in the region. They were killed during the pre-dawn operation. Internet services have been blocked in Shopian and Anantnag district. He said that another gunbattle took place at Kachdoora in Shopian, during which three Indian Army jawans lost their lives. Four army soldiers have also received injuries in the operation and were shifted to military hospital for treatment.

World News West Bengal: Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi appeals for calm in Asansol
Author: 0 West Bengal: Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi appeals for calm in Asansol

Supriyo also said that he had applauded the Imam's act on Twitter. According to Mr Tripathi, his visit was aimed at sending the message of peace. "I had a meeting with officials over the situation". Condemning the incidents of violence, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had asserted that such behaviour was unacceptable in her state, and said that her government would strongly deal with each miscreant.

World News Russian Governor Resigns Over Mall Fire, Says Right Thing To Do
Author: 0 Russian Governor Resigns Over Mall Fire, Says Right Thing To Do

Investigators said last week that fire exits had been illegally blocked, the public address system was not switched on, the alarm system was broken, and children had been locked inside cinemas. The Kremlin swiftly said that President Vladimir Putin had accepted his resignation. The Russian region long-termed governor has quit following the deadly shopping center blaze.

World News NWS: Scattered showers, thunderstorms possible on Peninsula Friday
Author: 0 NWS: Scattered showers, thunderstorms possible on Peninsula Friday

Friday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 43. Sunday: Sunny, high near 36. A sunny pleasant afternoon is on tap for Rhode Island, according to the National Weather Service forecast . Monday night: A chance of rain before 3 a.m., then a chance of rain and snow between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m., then a chance of snow after 4 a.m. Cloudy, with a low around 32.

World News US, South Korea Begin Military Exercises after Olympics Delay
Author: 0 US, South Korea Begin Military Exercises after Olympics Delay

Almost 12,000 USA troops will join around 300,000 South Korean soldiers for the joint exercises, the largest annual exercises between the two nations. A USA aircraft carrier will not be deployed to the region during the drills this year. By contrast, the USS Carl Vinson and other warships made port calls to the South Korean city of Busan and the North fired four missiles into the sea off Japan during last year's games.

World News United Nations chief calls for investigation into Gaza
Author: 0 United Nations chief calls for investigation into Gaza

A coordination committee composed of Palestinian political factions, civil society organizations and youth groups called weeks ago for a large popular rally at almost 700 meters away from the Israeli border fence under the title of the "Great March of Return" starting on Friday.