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General John Nicholson, the top United States commander in Afghanistan, told a press conference in Kabul Friday that the bomb was the "right weapon against the right target". There was always a suspicion why the USA, that has the world's most powerful military, did not end the Taliban problem after it ousted the religious zealots from power, and subsequently condoned Pakistan for nurturing the Taliban back to health.
  • Turkish Opposition to Seek Referendum Annulment Even After Appeal Rejection

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    Ten out of 11 board members voted against the appeals, the Electoral Council said in a statement. There have been sporadic protests against the outcome in cities, including Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir."The AK Party is increasingly failing to attract the voters of big cities", said Murat Gezici, head of pollster Gezici, which correctly predicted the outcome of the referendum .
  • Fresno shooting: Rampage started with slaying last week, police say

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    As the Associated Press reports , Muhammad shouted "Allahu akbar" as he was being arrested, however Fresno police have made clear that this was not an act of terrorism. Muhammad shaved his head and face to change his appearance, Dyer said. Thirty-nine-year-old Ali Muhammad was arrested shortly afterward. The guard, 25-year-old Carl Williams, was white.
  • Turkey's election board rejects appeals to cancel referendum

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    On Tuesday, the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) submitted a petition demanding the cancelation of Sunday's referendum to Turkey's Supreme Board of Election. Unofficial results show a narrow win for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's "yes" campaign, which garnered 51.4 percent of the vote. On Tuesday, Yildirim said Erdogan would be invited to join the party as soon as the official results are declared.
  • North Korea failed missile launch increases US-NK tension

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    The test was unsuccessful, with the device blowing up "almost immediately", according to US military officials. "The loss of USA participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership was a blow to Japan following strenuous negotiations, especially over opening its long-protected farm sector to more imports, especially of dairy and meat products".
  • Logitech Announces the G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

    Logitech Announces the G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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    Just like other mechanical keyboards from Logitech, it will be using Omron's Romer-G switches. The G413 appears to be stripped of extraneous features and aimed at gamers looking for the precision of mechanical key switches in a compact package with few frills, much like HyperX's Alloy FPS keyboard .
  • International Monetary Fund sees stronger global growth ahead

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    Although growth looks to be strengthening broadly among advanced and emerging market economies as well oil and commodity exporters that are starting to benefit from a commodity price recovery, including Russian Federation and Brazil, the International Monetary Fund said the recovery remains fragile.
  • Petitions to cancel Turkey vote result rejected

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    Prime Minister and AKP leader Binali Yildirim said Erdogan can rejoin the party he founded in 2001 once official results of the plebiscite, granting him sweeping powers, are announced. The petitions were filed by the country's Republican People's Party, Peoples' Democratic Party and the Patriotic Party. Numerous irregularities were reported in traditional Kurdish strongholds of the HDP long opposed to AK Party rule.
  • Mother awarded $350K in teenager's killing by Chicago police

    Mother awarded $350K in teenager's killing by Chicago police

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    Police reports show Gonzalez fired 11 shots at Christian Green, striking the teenager once. Since 2004, the city has paid $660 million relating to police misconduct cases. Green was struck in the back, and the bullet punctured his lung and heart. Green died on the way to the hospital. However, early police reports wrongly stated that Green had been shot in the chest - something that was not corrected even when the officers were interviewed by the Independent Police Review Authority.
  • India examining consequences of Australia abolishing popular visa programme

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    A further 46 removed occupations weren't granted any visas past year and include antique dealers, futures traders, park rangers, blacksmiths, gunsmiths, saw makers and repairers, sail makers, shoe makers, funeral directors and golfers. About 20 per cent, 34,000, are British nationals living in Australia. After the Australian Government announced that it will abolish the Subclass 457 Visa for foreign workers-a move that spells uncertainty for many Indians working there-India said that it ...