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PTI parliamentarian Siraj Muhammad Khan joins PML-N


Khan also stated that he would request the army chief to slash the number of check posts and initiate probe to get the missing persons recovered. "If we form the next government then the first thing would be to merge FATA with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as one province", he said adding this will ensure development in the tribal region. Read More »

Lebanon: 4 Israeli warplanes violated air space


Al-Manar TV station of Lebanon's Iran-backed Hezbollah group, which is fighting in Syria alongside the government forces, described the attack as an "Israeli aggression". "I have said in the past and I will say it again: What is happening in Syria is genocide of women and children in its cruelest form, using weapons of mass destruction", he said in a statement. Read More »

Proposal to end death penalty likely dead in Louisiana


In Iran , 40% of the more than 500 executions were for drugs offences, while similarly 40% of Saudi Arabia's almost 150 executions were for drugs offences. Guatemala became the 142 country to have abolished the death penalty in law or practice. For the second year in a row, and the second time since 2006, the US did not feature among the top five global executioners, with its position in the global ranking dropping from 7 to 8. Read More »

Pennsylvania School District Arms Teachers With Mini-Bats


The head of teacher's union, Jon Cacchione, president of the Millcreek Education Association, supports the program and arming teachers with miniature baseball bats, but draws the line at effective weapons. "We weren't at the time seriously looking at that, but we were wanting to gauge how our community felt about having a non-SRO gun presence", Hall said. Read More »

High-speed chase involving stolen vehicle ends in Clark County


Oakland officers recovered property stolen from the female victim during the carjacking in Berkeley, police said. Louis was charged with felony evading and for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Once officers arrived on the scene at South Line Street, Pope had fled the scene, said Samson Police Chief Jimmy Hill. "Good eye - you're right", the police tweeted in response. Read More »

Percent of Palestinians Killed on Gaza Border Were Terrorists

Israeli occupation forces have killed 31 Palestinians and wounded hundreds others since March 30 during mass protests along the Gaza border. - The Israeli military says it bombed Hamas military targets in the Gaza Strip, hours after an explosive device detonated near an Israeli army vehicle along the Gaza-Israel border. Read More »

Trump To Wine And Dine GOP Leadership


The White House says President Donald Trump thinks he can fire special counsel Robert Mueller , but isn't taking that step now. "I don't think he would", Cornyn said. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 10, 2018. But so far, Republican leaders have not moved forward with it. Read More »

Trump negatively assessed the state of relations with Russian Federation


While Putin did not mention Donald Trump, his comments came just hours after the U.S. president warned that "nice and new" missiles would be heading to Syria and that its ally Moscow should "get ready". Who backs USA military action against Assad? 'Don't take seriously all the statements , ' he told Yahoo Finance UK. Russian Federation was angered by Montenegro's accession a year ago to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance. Read More »

Trump signs online trafficking bill


Since 2007, the National Human Trafficking Hotline has received reports of 22,191 sex trafficking cases in the United States. Trump invited victims and family members to make remarks. In March 2018, in light of the impending passage of FOSTA , Ivanka Trump led a bipartisan, bicameral roundtable discussion on Human Trafficking. "I thank you, Mr. Read More »

Yassmin Abdel-Magied 'deported' from US


On Twitter , Abdel-Magied was advertising her appearance at a NY festival panel titled " The M Word: No country for young Muslim Women ", but offered the caveat: "If they will let me in". The 27-year-old Muslim activist, who recently moved to London, flew into Minneapolis on Wednesday night, local time, but just three hours later was ordered onto another plane out of the US. Read More »

Former Ball State prof sentenced in child porn case


Bradford Charles Brasel pleaded guilty in York County to five counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of minors after police found computer images of child pornography on his computer, police and court records show. Rail says the charges date back to offences alleged to have occurred in 2010 and 2015. According to the S.C. Attorney General's Office, investigators seized computers and additional media for forensic examination. Read More »

Trump warns Russian Federation to 'get ready' for USA strike on Syria

Asked whether the USA military was ready to conduct an attack in Syria if ordered, Mattis replied, "We stand ready to provide military options if they're appropriate, as the president determines". A rival Russian bid to create a new inquiry into chemical weapons attacks in Syria failed after the draft resolution only received six votes in favour. Read More »

China giving P3.8B to PH, agrees to offshore oil development


Also signed were exchange of letters on Phase III of the Technical Cooperation Project for the Philippine-Sino Center for Agricultural Technology, the pre-feasibility study of the proposed Davao City Expressway Project, and the new batch of broadcast equipment for the Presidential Communications Operations Office. Read More »

N.Korea's rubber stamp parliament convenes in leader's absence


After Trump's shock March announcement that he had accepted an invitation to meet the reclusive North Korean leader, there have been doubts about whether the talks will go ahead. For decades, North Korea has dangled the prospect of "denuclearization" - freezing its nuclear weapons programs - but only if the U.S. withdraws its forces from South Korea. Read More »

Argentinian Cops Fired After Blaming Missing Marijuana On Mice


This warehouse apparently had a record of 6,000 kilos (a little over 13,000 pounds) of weed in storage, but now there's over 5,000 kilos remaining (just a hair over 12,000 pounds), thanks to a recent inspection. Thanks to a insane innovation called science, forensic experts determined that it's highly unlikely that mice would be able to consume that much marijuana, and that even if they did, "a large number of [mice] corpses would have been found in the warehouse", said a spokesperson for ... Read More »

Russia And Israel Add To Syria Tensions


Since the attack in Douma on Saturday, Trump showed a visceral reaction to graphic images of pallid children struggling for breath and frantically being doused with water by first responders. The U.S. maintained the threat of missile strikes on April 11, 2018 in response to alleged chemical attacks in Syria, despite the risk of triggering a head-on clash with Damascus ally Russian Federation. Read More »

Terms of Reference: Will the Southern states get penalised for performing better?


In this regard, Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanaswamy, who is also in charge financial matters, noted that no incentive was being given to states to ensure population control, which was the "biggest anomaly of the Centre". Briefing presspersons about the deliberations of the conclave that discussed the impact of the present Terms of Reference, Kerala Finance Minister T.M. Read More »

EPS for New Gold Inc. (NGD) Expected At $0.03

The content above is for informational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute trading advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any stock, option, future, commodity, or forex product. At 12:30 p.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.33 percent at 24,328.03. Its P/Cash esteemed at 6.62. The present relative strength index (RSI) reading is 52. Read More »

'Get ready Russia': Trump tweets Syria missile threat

The emergence of the tweet comes just hours after he told Russian Federation - on Twitter - to "get ready" for American "smart" missiles heading to Syria . After the Douma attack, the insurgent group dug in there, Jaish al-Islam, finally agreed to withdraw. In London, British Prime Minister Theresa May said all the indications pointed to Syrian government responsibility for the Douma attack and such "a shocking and barbaric act" could not go unchallenged. Read More »

California to send National Guard troops to border


First, the governor is using the federal funds to bolster an existing program that seeks to combat transnational crime - such as gangs, human traffickers, and illegal gun and drug smugglers. A spokesman for the California Army National Guard initially said the administration's request would be promptly reviewed. "We did a data call saying what we needed". Read More »

Sterling man arrested for second time on drug charges


Priest, 35, located at 600 30th Street in Parkersburg. According to the announcement issued Tuesday, John Sandquist, of Sterling, was arrested for a second time on drug related charges in the last seven months. Jason Robin, 23, and Scott Holder, 22, were arrested and booked into the Harris County jail for evading arrest, each with a $5,000 bond. They attempted to handcuff her, but she resisted arrest, the sheriff's office said. Read More »

Many killed in suspected gas attack in Syria By


Others put the toll at 150 or more . The Russian-backed Syrian state denied government forces had launched any chemical attack as the reports began circulating and said the rebels were collapsing and fabricating news. "Armed force under mendacious pretext against Syria, where, at the request of the legitimate government of a country, Russian troops have been deployed, could lead to grave repercussions", he said. Read More »

Russian Federation to Trump: 'We Don't Do Twitter Diplomacy'


The Kremlin spokesman has commented on President Donald Trump's tweet warning of an imminent missile strike on Syria by saying that Moscow doesn't engage in Twitter diplomacy. She also questioned whether Trump's eagerness to bomb Syria was an attempt to cover up the true nature of the suspected chemical attacks on Douma, a suburb of Damascus. Read More »

South Korean Funding Cut to Shut Down Group That Watches North


The South Korean government is to pull funding from the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, forcing it to close next month and sparking a row over interference in academic affairs. And Trump has said that a U.S. However, China moved up to third place in 2015, overtaking South Korea. South Korea said a DPRK torpedo attacked the corvette, which was repeatedly denied by Pyongyang. Read More »

What should Trump do regarding Syria chemical weapon attack?

The three governments have promised to retaliate for the chemical attack on the Syrian rebels despite the fact that the UN Security Council is highly unlikely to sanction such an operation. BEIRUT-Syrian government forces were on high alert and taking precautionary measures Tuesday at military positions across the country amid fears of a US strike in the aftermath of an apparent chemical weapons attack near Damascus. Read More »

UEFA Hit Liverpool, Guardiola With Disciplinary Charge


Who else but Mo Salah to deliver the away goal which took the tie out of City's reach? The second breach was for communicating with the bench after being sent to the stands - under article 69 of UEFA regulations, this would have been forbidden. Read More »

Trump's top homeland security advisor resigns


Schadlow also said that she was "proud to work with LTG H.R. McMaster and the National Security Council team". Jamil Jaffer, a former chief counsel to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who advised President George W. Though they now share staff, the NSC and HSC conduct their own meetings and handle their own policy issues. Trump's government has set new records for earnings in his 15 months in office at all degrees, together with Bossert indicating at the 13 Th official that held the ... Read More »

No new permits for offshore exploration - Ardern


New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has admitted that her home country is "undeniably" racist. Minister Woods has announced that this year's block offer will be limited to onshore acreage in Taranaki alone. To give an idea of the scale of such an endeavour, she said plans to construct an LMG production plant in Australia estimated a cost of $46 billion. Read More »

Jawan killed, civiian injured in Kulgam encounter


It is learnt that 2-3 terrorists have been cornered by the security forces. "Scores of students on Wednesday, shouting anti-India and Pro-freedom slogans assembled inside the campus and help a protest demonstration", reports said. Security forces used explosives, fired mortars and automatic weapon to blow up the house in which the militants were holed up, sources said. It is not right away clears how the dead people got injured. Read More »

East Texas nurse charged with murder, accused of targeting patients


Those cases involve seven adult patients, including a half dozen men and a woman. The Board says Davis failed to communicate his actions to the patient's assigned nurse and/or document the event. During a meeting in Austin that day, the board upheld four charges against Davis, all based on incidents that happened while he was a registered nurse with CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Hospital - Tyler and on assignment at the Louis and Peaches Owen Heart Hospital in Tyler. Read More »

USA still assessing intelligence on Syria chemical attack


In another series of tweets, Trump bemoaned the state of U.S. -Russia relationship, saying it "is worse now than it has ever been, and that includes the Cold War". The secretary says all options, including a military response, are on the table in dealing with the alleged chemical attack in Syria. "We're still working on this", Mattis said when asked whether there is sufficient evidence to accuse Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of using chemical agents in Douma. Read More »

Beautiful End to Week, Severe Storms on Horizon


At this time, most of our KTRE viewing area is under a "medium" risk for severe weather, which is a level two out of four on our severe risk scale. Our next system takes aim at the state by late Saturday. The majority of models shows the storms could be strongest over the SE half of the area. The main threat within the squall line will be damaging winds over 60 miles per hour. Read More »