• Mother Teresa charity shocked after India babies 'sold'
Mother Teresa charity shocked after India babies 'sold'

Nuns pose with portrait of Mother Teresa at Missionaries of Charity. Kumar said persons who bought the children illegally would also be treated as accused. Missionary of Charity sister prays the Rosary. SP, City, Aman Kumar said: "Another sister was questioned, but let off after her role was not established".

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  • European peace activists march against Trump's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation visit
European peace activists march against Trump's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation visit

Huntsman also said Trump is pursuing the meeting in the interests of national security, to reduce tensions and lead to constructive engagement. It comes as nations, especially in Eastern Europe, are lobbying the United States to increase the number of troops on the continent as they worry about combating an increasingly aggressive Russian Federat...

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  • Canada presses USA to resume NAFTA renegotiation talks
Canada presses USA to resume NAFTA renegotiation talks

BNN Bloomberg's Amanda Lang discusses whether Canada could drop all tariffs altogether as the trade conflict between the country and its southern neighbour escalates. López Obrador's victory raises new questions about the future of the U.S. -Mexico relationship. "They're all in good, safe places to make that comment, but it's for their purposes".

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  • Second UK nerve agent poisoning victims likely not directly targeted, police say
Second UK nerve agent poisoning victims likely not directly targeted, police say

Police cordoned off five locations in Salisbury and Amesbury as a precaution. Officers were called to a home in Muggleton Road , Amesbury , on Saturday morning when 44-year-old woman Ms Sturgess collapsed. He said it was " completely unacceptable for our people to be either deliberate or accidental targets", and warned about towns in the Uni...

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  • Trump to avoid London protests with tour of English country homes
Trump to avoid London protests with tour of English country homes

An itinerary released by Downing Street sees President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arriving in London early Thursday afternoon after attending a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels. But the US President will spend hardly any time in London, minimizing the risk of awkward encounters with angry protesters. The visit, whic...

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  • How Trump's trade war could affect Florida
How Trump's trade war could affect Florida

After that, the hostilities could intensify: Trump said the USA is ready to target an additional $200 billion in Chinese imports - and then $300 billion more - if Beijing does not yield to U.S. economy could suffer more than China's, as United States levies could affect American firms with investments in the country and Washington is also invol...

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  • Terrorists groups hand over weapons to Syrian army
Terrorists groups hand over weapons to Syrian army

Syrian government forces have swept into insurgent territory in the south over the past two weeks, but the offensive has so far focused on Daraa province near Jordan's border, not Quneitra further west near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

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  • President Trump claims 'many good conversations' with North Korea
President Trump claims 'many good conversations' with North Korea

State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert declined to comment on intelligence reports, but told reporters Tuesday, "We're all keeping a close eye - the USA government - keeping a close eye on North Korea, and the secretary has been very clear and very blunt with the North Koreans about what he expects".

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  • Man who challenged black family's use of pool loses job
Man who challenged black family's use of pool loses job

Officers arrived at the Glenridge Community Swimming Pool at 1:21 p.m.in response to the disturbance call and spoke with Bloom and Abhulimen, according to a news release. He worked as a Value Realization Leader and Business Development Manager. In their statement on Friday morning, Sonoco apologized to anyone affected by the incident, especially...

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  • China firm told to halt Malaysia rail link project
China firm told to halt Malaysia rail link project

The interest is also of concern to us because the interest is much higher than when government borrows. The entire 688-km (428-mile) ECRL will connect the South China Sea off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia with the strategic shipping routes of the Straits of Malacca to the west.

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  • Dotcom extradition cleared by appeal court
Dotcom extradition cleared by appeal court

But Dotcom , who says he has never visited America , argues that he was not responsible for how others used the platform. According to prosecutors, that cost movie studios hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue. "We have now been to three courts each with a different legal analysis - one of which thought that there was no copyright inf...

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  • United States seeks extension over migrant family reunifications
United States seeks extension over migrant family reunifications

Sabraw in San Diego, Calif., ordered the government to return children under the age of 5 to their parents by next Tuesday. "We will comply even if those deadlines prevent us from conducting a standard or even a truncated vetting process", he said.

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  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic tips Sweden for World Cup glory
Zlatan Ibrahimovic tips Sweden for World Cup glory

Despite an early setback against Spain that looked set to put an end to their World Cup hopes, Russian Federation managed to take La Roja to penalties, where they triumphed to secure a quarter-final berth on home soil. "As a team, the way they work together, they are one of the best", he added. "You won't find a better team - Sweden are world c...

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  • Maduro warns Venezuela army over Trump's 'invasion' plans
Maduro warns Venezuela army over Trump's 'invasion' plans

The AP is reporting on a previously undisclosed conversation between the president and some of his aides on August 10. In a subsequent report by CNN , a senior official who attended the meeting said Trump was just thinking out loud. They were both opposed to the idea, but it's less clear if their successors, Mike Pompeo and John Bolton, would ...

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  • Polish Supreme Court 1st President refuses to retire
Polish Supreme Court 1st President refuses to retire

A new law gives the country's president the discretion to retire any justice over 65, which happens to be the age of Malgorzata Gersdorf . So what's next in the stand-off? Through legislation and personnel changes, PiS has taken de facto control of the entire judicial system, including the constitutional tribunal and prosecutors, who now repor...

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  • Embattled Pruitt Out as EPA Chief
Embattled Pruitt Out as EPA Chief

He made swamp creatures blush with his shameless excesses. "Instead of protecting our environment and combating climate change, he has worked to protect the interests of the fossil fuel industry and polluters all over the country", Sen. Although Pruitt has always been known for his high-profile appearances dating back to his successful run for Ok...

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  • Why Iran Is Threatening to Close the Strait of Hormuz
Why Iran Is Threatening to Close the Strait of Hormuz

They also vowed to maintain financial channels, promote export credit cover and air, sea and overland transport links, and to work for the "the protection of companies from the extraterritorial effects of U.S. He said the European powers but also Russian Federation and China were working on coming up with a financial mechanism to mitigate planned t...

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  • Majority of 133 passengers saved from 2 overturned boats in southern Thailand
Majority of 133 passengers saved from 2 overturned boats in southern Thailand

Jin Yilin, consul-general of the Chinese Embassy in Thailand , said a delegation from the Chinese Foreign Ministry is on the way to Thailand. A total of 56 passengers were reported missing as of Friday morning before the recovery effort began, with the Phoenix looking set to be one of the worst boat disasters in recent Thai history.

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  • Three video bloggers dead after accident at Shannon Falls in Squamish
Three video bloggers dead after accident at Shannon Falls in Squamish

The trio were in their late 20s to early 30s, according to Canada's National Post . "We travel around the world for a living and make fun and adventurous videos!" the group wrote on their Facebook page. Shannon Falls runs through a number of pool systems, and the one which the three had gone into was accessible, Banks said. Her boyfriend and...

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  • Thai rescuer in cave dies from lack of oxygen
Thai rescuer in cave dies from lack of oxygen

Samarn was working with a partner placing oxygen tanks in a section of the cave. "Once his mission was over he dove back, but in the middle of their return his buddy found Saman unconscious in the water and tried to pump his heart, but he could not save his life", the SEAL unit said in a statement .

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  • Statue Of Liberty Climber Due In Court
Statue Of Liberty Climber Due In Court

Crowds cheered in front of the courthouse as she stepped up to a podium to speak publicly for the first time since the climb. I guess the whole debate that's going on about that. After a few hours, the cops and the climber built up a "good rapport", Glacken added, noting that "She apologized to [Detective Chris Williams] and I for having to go up t...

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  • Pompeo's North Korea meeting will 'turn out well,' official says
Pompeo's North Korea meeting will 'turn out well,' official says

Pompeo has been tasked with making a detailed plan with the North Koreans for these; if he returns home empty-handed or makes a deal for only a minor part of the entire process, skepticism will grow among USA government officials and experts that Pyongyang is not really committed to denuclearization.

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  • Trump's SCOTUS nominee could make or break the Missouri Senate race
Trump's SCOTUS nominee could make or break the Missouri Senate race

A former Kennedy clerk and Yale Law School graduate, Kavanaugh is favored by White House counsel Donald McGahn and is seen as the front-runner for the job. And in endorsing judicial recusal, they cite a law review article urging the same result for an anti-abortion judge who is compelled by precedent - and the status of being a lower-court judg...

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  • Bernie Sanders Calls for Restructuring ICE Amid Child Separation Backlash
Bernie Sanders Calls for Restructuring ICE Amid Child Separation Backlash

KUT's Jennifer Stayton spoke to O'Rourke on his way to campaign in Austin on Wednesday. Other Democrats were critical but more cautious, all calling for "reforms" but not using the term "abolish". Is the debate over ICE's existence worth having? "These guys they walk in to those areas, they take them out of there so fast - they're not afraid...

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  • President Trump in Great Falls
President Trump in Great Falls

She is a common target of Trump. "We will take that little kit and say - but we have to do it gently". "We will take that little kit and. we have to do it gently because we're in the "MeToo" generation so we have to be very gentle". Tester is one of 10 Democrats running in states Trump won in 2016. "I said it the other day, yes, she is a low IQ i...

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  • Investigators' emails to US Rep. Jordan went to bad address
Investigators' emails to US Rep. Jordan went to bad address

Strauss committed suicide in 2005 and a university investigation into his conduct has since been opened. He is also forcefully denying allegations that he overlooked widespread sexual abuse of wrestlers that occurred decades ago while he was an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University.

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  • Scott Pruitt quits as head of USA environment agency
Scott Pruitt quits as head of USA environment agency

Trump praised Pruitt, who steadily pursued the president's calls for deregulation at the agency during his 16-month tenure, contending that he had "done an outstanding job" leading the EPA. Office of Special Counsel. Environmental groups expressed dismay when he joined the federal agency , and Pruitt has since sought to roll back various environ...

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  • Ousted Pakistani PM Sharif gets 10-year jail term ahead of polls
Ousted Pakistani PM Sharif gets 10-year jail term ahead of polls

Sharif and his daughter are in London, where Sharif's wife Begum Kulsoom is undergoing treatment. Reacting to the court's judgement, Punjab province Chief Minister and current president of PML (N) Shahbaz Sharif said that they will take all legal and constitutional routes to fight for justice.

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  • Brexit: Third customs model devised ahead of cabinet talks
Brexit: Third customs model devised ahead of cabinet talks

The letter from Conservative lawmakers adds to the pressure on the prime minister, who has so far been reluctant to spell out detailed Brexit plans because of the rifts inside her own cabinet over the terms of Britain's biggest foreign policy shift for decades.

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  • England v Sweden: Three Lions should not underestimate Sweden, says Eriksson
England v Sweden: Three Lions should not underestimate Sweden, says Eriksson

History suggests this will be a tricky hurdle to overcome. Colombia lost 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw, with Maradona echoing Colombia captain Radamel Falcao in accusing American referee Mark Geiger of favouring Gareth Southgate's side .

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