• EC Constitutes Panel to Probe Leak of Karnataka Poll Dates
EC Constitutes Panel to Probe Leak of Karnataka Poll Dates

Scrutiny of nomination papers will be held on April 25 while and the last day for withdrawing nomination will be April 27 . With a team of over 1,300 enforcers across the state, who will ensure that the code of conduct is followed at all times, Sanjiv Kumar said the poll panel will make sure the elections are held in a "free and fair" manner.

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  • Murder of elderly woman in Paris probed as anti-Semitic
Murder of elderly woman in Paris probed as anti-Semitic

Two suspects have been placed under formal investigation on charges of anti-Semitic murder and aggravated theft, according to a judicial source. In a Facebook post , Knoll's granddaughter attributed the killing to a Muslim neighbor of her grandmother.

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  • Turkey targets Iraq's Sinjar to oust Kurdish rebels
Turkey targets Iraq's Sinjar to oust Kurdish rebels

Erdogan expressed hope the meeting in the Bulgarian resort of Varna would re-energize the Turkish accession bid and remove obstacles in its path. The summit was held under the leadership of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , European Council President Donald Tusk and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Varna , Bulgaria.

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  • Police lock down JKIA terminal as Miguna refuses to sign citizenship papers
Police lock down JKIA terminal as Miguna refuses to sign citizenship papers

Lawyer Miguna Miguna has sued the government, seeking unrestricted entry into the country following a visa debacle. "There was an attempt to force him onto the plane and he resisted justifiably", said Orengo, who said he witnessed Miguna being "terribly manhandled, pushed and dragged" by plainclothes officers at the airport.

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  • Public sector workers and Emmanuel Macron are battling for French voters' hearts
Public sector workers and Emmanuel Macron are battling for French voters' hearts

Macron's approval ratings, 10 months into his term, are comparable to those of former presidents François Hollande (35 percent) and Nicolas Sarkozy (40 percent), according to the poll conducted by BVA , which surveyed 1,053 people on March 21 and 22.

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  • Mexico official: Iowa family died from water heater gas leak
Mexico official: Iowa family died from water heater gas leak

Kevin Sharp and Amy Sharp, and their children Sterling Wayne, 12, and Adrianna Marie, 7, died as a result of "asphyxiation by inhalation of toxic gases", according to autopsy results. The Sharp family, from Creston, Iowa , was vacationing in Mexico and killed by toxic gas. Herrera's family acknowledged that their family hasn't been the only on...

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  • USA actively engaged with China on trade dispute, Navarro says
USA actively engaged with China on trade dispute, Navarro says

CGTN'S Toby Muse has more. While a USA veto on new WTO judges jams up legal disputes in Geneva, Trump has slapped tariffs on solar panels, cited national security to restrict steel and aluminum imports, and demanded that China slash $100 billion from its US trade surplus.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn Criticised By Labour MP For Appearing To Defend Anti-Semitic Painting
Jeremy Corbyn Criticised By Labour MP For Appearing To Defend Anti-Semitic Painting

In a public Facebook response to Mear One , Mr Corbyn had questioned why the painting was being destroyed and said the artist was "in good company" because the Rockefeller family had covered over a work featuring Lenin in their NY development.

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  • Blaze rips through upper floors of hotel
Blaze rips through upper floors of hotel

Witnesses reported seeing debris spreading burning material between the two floors. Ireland will build a multi-billion-euro metro project in its capital Dublin , the first of its kind ever to be constructed in the country, revealed an official announcement published here on Thursday.

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  • ICC WC Qualifiers: Windies aim to settle scores with Afghanistan in final
ICC WC Qualifiers: Windies aim to settle scores with Afghanistan in final

Afghanistan completed an extraordinary comeback to qualify for the 2019 International Cricket Council Cricket World Cup when they defeated Ireland by five wickets with four balls to spare in a closely fought Qualifier Super Six contest at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

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  • Salah to land new bumper deal to end Madrid pursuit
Salah to land new bumper deal to end Madrid pursuit

Egyptian FA president Hany Abo Rida said " Real Madrid will make an offer for Salah during the summer", per Sam McEvoy for MailOnline. Liverpool bosses are fully aware of Real Madrid's interest in Salah, but the club remain confident that their star man will put pen to paper.

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  • Periods of Light Snow Into Early Sunday, Some Slick Spots Possible
Periods of Light Snow Into Early Sunday, Some Slick Spots Possible

Strong and gusty east winds will reduce visibility, especially during the heaviest snow. While some snow showers may look impressive, they will not freeze roads. Snow started to fall in Bismarck early Friday, leaving a total of 4.8 inches of snow in Bismarck, according to NWS. Minor ice accumulations of a light glaze.

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  • Conflicts Prevent diGenova From Joining Trump's Legal Team
Conflicts Prevent diGenova From Joining Trump's Legal Team

In a statement issued Sunday morning, Trump attorney Jay Sekulow said former Fox pundit Joe diGenova and his wife, Victoria Toensing , will not be working with the president in an official capacity. He added that "fame & fortune will NEVER be turned down by a lawyer", though he did acknowledge that "some are conflicted". Trump, who spent ...

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  • Donald Trump's top Russian Federation lawyer quits over strategical disagreements
Donald Trump's top Russian Federation lawyer quits over strategical disagreements

Amid Mueller's probe, Trump has assembled his own outside team of lawyers, including Dowd , Ty Cobb and Jay Sekulow. Dowd's resignation is most likely one part of a broader legal-team shakeup Trump is said to be weighing as he goes on the offensive against Robert Mueller , the special counsel investigating Russia's election interfere...

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  • Former Catalan President Puigdemont Detained in Germany
Former Catalan President Puigdemont Detained in Germany

German police said they had arrested Mr Puigdemont in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein. A Spanish Supreme Court judge charged 13 Catalan separatist politicians with rebellion Friday for their attempts to make the region independent of Spain , dealing a heavy blow to the secessionist movement.

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  • Mechanic arrested for killing woman-friend
Mechanic arrested for killing woman-friend

On March 10, her husband sent a people to convince her to return home - telling her they will forget the past and start their life afresh. Hauntingly, the woman can be heard screaming in pain after each hit. Police are still on the hunt for the other accused. The savage punishment was carried out after a kangaroo court found her guilty of e...

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  • China 'warns off' United States destroyer in South China Sea
China 'warns off' United States destroyer in South China Sea

Navy destroyer USS Chafee also sailed close to the Paracels, provoking a stern reaction from the Chinese Defense Ministry. Neither the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs nor the Chinese Ministry of National Defense immediately responded to a request for comment.

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  • Saudi crown prince seeks the Kingdom's image makeover in U.S. marathon tour
Saudi crown prince seeks the Kingdom's image makeover in U.S. marathon tour

If Iran does develop a nuclear bomb, Mohammed told " 60 Minutes ", that "we will follow suit as soon as possible". "Iran has not been treating that part of the world, or the world itself, appropriately". Republican Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the chamber's Foreign Relations Committee, said senators questioned the crown prince closely about Ye...

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  • U.S. charges nine Iranians suspected of hacking universities
U.S. charges nine Iranians suspected of hacking universities

The US Treasury Department said on Friday that the parties have connections to the Iranian government, and that their assets in the US will be frozen. US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman said, "Revealing the Mabna Institute's nefarious activities makes it harder for them to do business".

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  • Turkey Threatens to Attack Syrian Town Held by US Troops
Turkey Threatens to Attack Syrian Town Held by US Troops

Ankara says it aims to create a security zone 30 kilometers (18 miles) deep inside Syria . "We are very concerned about the effect that fighting there [in Afrin] has had" on the fights against Daesh terrorists, Manning told a press conference.

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  • Palestinian teen filmed slapping an Israeli soldier gets eight months in jail
Palestinian teen filmed slapping an Israeli soldier gets eight months in jail

Palestinian teen Ahed Tamimi is brought into the courtroom inside the Ofer Military Prison in Betunia in the West Bank on January 1. In Thursday's interview, Lasky suggested that, if the trial had been carried out correctly, Tamimi would have been released after a few days of pre-trial detention, like other family members who were arrested in...

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  • Russian strikes kill 37 civilians in Ghouta
Russian strikes kill 37 civilians in Ghouta

Capturing eastern Ghouta , near the capital Damascus, would be Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's biggest victory over the rebels since driving them from Aleppo in December 2016. Syrian forces have split Eastern Ghouta into three pockets, which are under the control of three different rebel groups. As many as 2,618 people, including 913 m...

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  • Missing US family found dead in Mexican beach resort Tulum
Missing US family found dead in Mexican beach resort Tulum

Local police in Iowa made contact with the US State Department before Mexican authorities checked on the family at the coastal Caribbean condo, where they were found dead. Amy's mother, Beth Fry, told the Des Moines Register that "half my family is gone". The Sharp family were big fans of the Southwestern Community College's sports teams.

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  • Spring Nor'easter Targets Northeast with Heavy Snow, Winds
Spring Nor'easter Targets Northeast with Heavy Snow, Winds

Yet another nor'easter dumped another round of wet, heavy snow that continued into Thursday morning, and the storm proved to be both risky and deadly. He stressed that snowstorms in March are not uncommon and that the region's overall snowfall for the winter and early spring is not unusually high despite several nor'easters.

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  • $1 Billion Worth of Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Approved by Washington
$1 Billion Worth of Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Approved by Washington

Saudi Arabia is the largest buyer of American-made weapons, as the USA used al Qaeda as an ally to fight ISIS and radical Islamic terrorism in Iraq and Syria. "But this has not deterred the U.S., the United Kingdom and other states, including France, Spain and Italy, from continuing transfers of billions of dollars' worth of such arms", said Lynn...

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