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He is now hospitalised after he fainted during a press conference in which he revealed purported details of alleged financial irregularities committed by the Aam Aadmi Party for its donations. The Congress demanded a thorough probe into the allegations levelled by Mishra. "Tmrw case of Hawala, Black Money, Money Laundering & Operating through shell companies will be filed in CBI & CBDT against Arvind Kejriwal Ji (sic)", he said on another tweet.
  • Now, Kejriwal's wife slams Kapil Mishra

    Now, Kejriwal's wife slams Kapil Mishra

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    She doesn't know what type of conspiracies are being hatched in her house. In another message, the sacked Minister said he was not going to "utter a single word" against Sunita Kejriwal. Sunita Kejriwal had called Mishra stupid in a tweet last week, without naming him, after the Anti-Corruption Branch registered an FIR against a company that belonged to Kejriwal's late brother-in-law, Surender Bansal, in another scam.
  • Jayson Negron Was Shot by a Connecticut Police Officer

    Jayson Negron Was Shot by a Connecticut Police Officer

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    The video ends abruptly. People are now infuriated after Negron's cousin, Giovanni Rivera, uploaded cellphone footage to Twitter that shows Negron moving his head while on the ground after police had reported he was dead. Once the vehicle stopped, Bridgeport officers approached it in an attempt to apprehend the driver, state police said. "They let him bleed out on the concrete", Rivera said.
  • No injuries on ground in plane crash

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    The President subsequently issued the revised order in early March 6, taking Iraq off the list of seven Muslim-majority countries. They also questioned whether they could consider Trump's campaign statements, with one judge asking if there was anything other than "willful blindness" that would prevent them from doing so.
  • UN Syria peace talks restart with fresh format

    UN Syria peace talks restart with fresh format

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    The opposition delegation will be represented by the Riyadh-based High Negotiations Committee (HNC) and led again by Nasr al-Hariri and Mohammad Sabra. Mr Assad has also recently called the Geneva process "null", telling Belarus's ONT channel that it had become "merely a meeting for the media". On Monday, Mr de Mistura told reporters the intention was to be "more businesslike, both in our meetings and in the way we hope we can get some progress".
  • USA accuses Syria of killing thousands, burning bodies in crematorium

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    The executions were carried out "seemingly with the unconditional support of Russian Federation and Iran", Jones said adding that the US does not believe Russian Federation or Iran are involved with the crematorium. It was not immediately clear why the United States waited to present its evidence. Moscow, along with Iran, is the Assad regime's main foreign backer and Washington believes Russian pressure is the only thing that will compel its ally to negotiate a peace deal.
  • White House: Cyberattack has not affected US government

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    Brad Smith criticized US intelligence agencies, including the CIA and National Security Agency, for "stockpiling" software code that can be used by hackers. He said the main challenge was the fast-spreading capabilities of the malware , but added that, so far, not many people have paid the ransoms that the virus demands.
  • Most Voters Say White House Press Briefings Are Necessary

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    The U.S. president said he would cancel all future press briefings and have written responses handed out "for the sake of accuracy". James Comey will respond at some point to President Donald Trump , according to sources familiar with the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director - but he's staying quiet for now.
  • World's biggest cyberattack hits 150 countries, the threat is 'escalating'

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    Europol , the European Union's police agency, said the onslaught was at "an unprecedented level and will require a complex worldwide investigation to identify the culprits". "People may have updated their security systems over the last hours", Europol said. Europol, the European Union's police agency, said the onslaught was at "an unprecedented level and will require a complex global investigation to identify the culprits".
  • Syria is burning bodies to hide proof of mass killings

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    In its latest accusations of Syrian abuses, the State Department said it believed about 50 detainees each day are being hanged at Saydnaya military prison, about 45 minutes north of Damascus. "Russia holds tremendous influence over Bashar al-Assad", State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told the Washington Examiner Monday. The deal was reached with support from Iran and Turkey during ceasefire talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana earlier this month.
  • Nicola Sturgeon joins John Nicolson on the campaign trail

    Nicola Sturgeon joins John Nicolson on the campaign trail

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    The First Minister wants to hold a second independence referendum sometime between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, arguing this is necessary to give Scotland - which voted against Brexit in 2016 - the chance to choose a different future. Ms Sturgeon then went on to explain why she felt that leaving the European Union would have huge significance for universities and "St Andrews in particular".