• Trump lands in Saudi Arabia as controversies swirl at home

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    Trump is to hold formal talks with the Saudi leader and the kingdom's two powerful crown princes later on Saturday, before giving a speech on Islam to leaders of Muslim countries on Sunday. "In my inaugural address, I pledged to strengthen America's oldest friendships, to seek new partners in pursuit of peace and, above all, to always put American people first", Trump said.
  • Atleast 35 injured as students clashed at QAU

    Atleast 35 injured as students clashed at QAU

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    The students pelted rocks on each other, while there have also been reports of fire exchange between the two sides. As per Geo News report, police fired tear-gas shells to disperse raged students. A TV cameraman covering the clash was also beaten up by the enraged students and his camera was broken. The university administration has ordered closure of boys hostels at the varsity, for an indefinite period.
  • Memorial Cup Notebook: Spitfires shine after layoff

    Memorial Cup Notebook: Spitfires shine after layoff

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    Thumbs down: On the power play, the Spitfires were twice called for penalties to negate the manpower advantage. Puck drop in Windsor is set for 3 p.m. Asked how his team is stronger after the time off, Thompson said that "We're healthy for the first time all season, we had some players come back and play in the playoffs, but I don't think the conditioning was where it needed to be.
  • Mamata Banerjee asks party members to 'maintain silence on Congress'

    Mamata Banerjee asks party members to 'maintain silence on Congress'

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    During the meeting, Mamata also asked party leaders and workers to be prepared for any situation and get ready for Panchayat elections slated to be held next year. The relation between the Congress and Trinamul had hit rock bottom a year ago, when pressure from the Bengal Congress resulted in the national leadership yielding to an electoral understanding with the Left in the Assembly polls.
  • American Airlines passenger detained after in-flight disturbance

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    He was arrested before dawn at Los Angeles International Airport for opening a door that led onto an airfield ramp, according to Los Angeles Airport Police, who provided Uskanils identity to The Associated Press. The department "is prepared to assist other federal and local law enforcement agencies as they investigate the incident". Passengers among the 181 flying on American Airlines Flight 31 staffed with six crew members took notice of Uskanil before the jet took off.
  • Trump faces diplomatic hurdles during 28 hours in the Holy Land

    Trump faces diplomatic hurdles during 28 hours in the Holy Land

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    For Donald Trump, several of those await in Jerusalem and Bethlehem next week. Because Trump is visiting Saudi Arabia first, where he will meet with Arab leaders, including Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, Gilboa explained there is a fear that the initial expectation may be flipped: instead of using the Arab leaders to pressure the Palestinians to make concessions, the Arab leaders may use Trump to pressure the Israelis to make concessions.
  • Pippa Middleton & James Matthews Wed

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    She was wearing a custom wedding gown designed by Giles Deacon, a long veil by prominent hat-maker Stephen Jones, and a tiara. Because Pippa became an unexpected star as a bridesmaid at Kate's royal wedding (thanks to her shapely behind), and since the obvious next wedding star is expected to be Markle, thus, the curiosity about her outfit for the Middleton/Matthews wedding.
  • Was Mueller the right choice for special counsel in Russian Federation investigation?

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    Sen. Lindsey Graham , R-South Carolina, said, "It's now considered a criminal investigation and Congress's ability to conduct investigations of all things Russian Federation has been severely limited - probably in an appropriate way". "Clearly it wasn't last night, it's been a matter of a few days." he said. Cardin said many Democrats agree with Rosenstein's findings - many had criticized Comey's decision to insert the Federal Bureau of Investigation into last year's election - but they ...