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US Hunter Pays $110K to Kill 'Screw Horn Goat'

US Hunter Pays $110K to Kill 'Screw Horn Goat'

I am pleased to take this trophy, ' Harlan told Pakistani media. However, some say this type of hunt should be outlawed, especially when it's rare animals like the wild Astor markhor. The animal was...

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23 miners perish in flooded shafts

23 miners perish in flooded shafts

The flooding, caused by heavy rains, led to the collapse of a dam wall at around 23:00 on Tuesday, leaving 34 miners trapped underground at Silver Moon Mine and another four at the Cricket Mine, The ...

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Caroline Mwatha cause of death revealed

Caroline Mwatha cause of death revealed

Furthermore, the family indicated that the mortuary record of the booking appeared to had been tampered with as it had been cancelled out several times unlike records of other bodies. "This puts every...

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Car Bomb Kills 33 Indian Soldiers, Wounds 20 in Kashmir

Car Bomb Kills 33 Indian Soldiers, Wounds 20 in Kashmir

Kashmir's Police Chief S.P. Pani said the CRPF had suffered major damage. The SUV containing heavy explosives was rammed into one of the CRPF buses in the convoy which led to a thundering explosion. I...

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Third suspect in Skripal poisoning is Russian GRU agent - Bellingcat

Third suspect in Skripal poisoning is Russian GRU agent - Bellingcat

He survived, but no suspect was ever found. Flight records show Sergeev also travelled to Britain before and after the Brexit referendum in June 2016, including a four-day visit to London from July 14...

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China delays NZ tourism event amid concerns of strained ties:The Asahi Shimbun

China delays NZ tourism event amid concerns of strained ties:The Asahi Shimbun

New Zealand was the first developed nation to sign a free-trade deal with China in 2008, and China has since become New Zealand's largest trading partner. Visitors view terracotta warriors during t...

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Imran Khan, Top US Officials To Hold Talks With Taliban In Pakistan

Imran Khan, Top US Officials To Hold Talks With Taliban In Pakistan

Pakistani premier, Imran Khan has been repeatedly making calls for a political settlement to the conflict - a narrative that earned him the title of Taliban Khan. He is visiting Belgium, Germany, Turk...

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Ireland says border infrastructure must be avoided, deal or no deal

Ireland says border infrastructure must be avoided, deal or no deal

Mr Coveney was taking members of the Oireachtas Foreign Affairs Committee through the Omnibus Bill which will deal with a no-deal Brexit. Leo Varadkar said the Irish Government has put in "enormous ...

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British IS schoolgirl 'wants to return home'

British IS schoolgirl 'wants to return home'

Shamima Begum , now 19 years old, flew to Turkey from London's Gatwick Airport along with Amira Abase, 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, in February 2015, after the group told their parents they were goin...

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Rouhani stresses Iran's military strength

Rouhani stresses Iran's military strength

The travel ban imposed by the Trump administration on several Muslim-majority countries, including Iran, has not only affected those living in these countries, but also their relatives in the U.S., wh...

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Saudi Crown Prince to visit Malaysia, Latest World News

Saudi Crown Prince to visit Malaysia, Latest World News

The Saudi Cabinet has authorized the ministers to sight the trade deal for investment with Pakistan. The unprecedented Saudi investment is being viewed by Prime Minister Imran Khan's nascent gover...

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US House Passes Resolution to End Involvement in Yemen War

US House Passes Resolution to End Involvement in Yemen War

In a sharp rebuke to the Trump administration, the House passed a bipartisan resolution that would limit American military assistance to the Saudi-led coalition waging a bloody war against the Irani...

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North Macedonia: Why does a country change its name?

North Macedonia: Why does a country change its name?

In his marking of the historic day, North Macedonia's foreign minister, Nikola Dimitrov, took the time to reflect on what the changes meant for the country's future diplomatic relationships, particula...

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Constitutional Court due to discuss Thai Raksa Chart fate

Constitutional Court due to discuss Thai Raksa Chart fate

Ubolratana was later disqualified as a candidate by the EC following HM King's command that she was still a member of the Royal Family and should stay above politics. However, they could hope to run i...

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Woman, 19, faces three charges in balcony chair tossing

Woman, 19, faces three charges in balcony chair tossing

Video of the woman circulated online. A widely viewed video shot from the apartment balcony shows a woman throwing one of the chairs, which plummets to the street below. She smiled as reporters aske...

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WATCH Wreck of Legendary US WWII Aircraft Carrier Discovered on Seabed

WATCH Wreck of Legendary US WWII Aircraft Carrier Discovered on Seabed

Richard Nowatzki, 95, looks at the gun he used to man on the USS Hornet , 77 years after it was sunk during a World War II battle. The carrier was built at what is now Newport News Shipbuilding start...

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Six US police officers shoot rapper dead in Taco Bell drive-through

Six US police officers shoot rapper dead in Taco Bell drive-through

However, police said they noticed the auto was in drive, so they positioned a marked patrol vehicle right in front of the auto to prevent "forward or erratic movement" while they called for a patrol s...

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UN court has jurisdiction to hear part of Iran-US dispute

UN court has jurisdiction to hear part of Iran-US dispute

The court, in an 11-4 majority ruling, upheld a USA objection to its jurisdiction based on state immunity claimed by Iran, however they unanimously rejected Washington's assertion that measures freezi...

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Head of FEMA resigning following investigation for misusing government vehicles

Head of FEMA resigning following investigation for misusing government vehicles

Jerry Brown, Paradise Mayor Jody Jones, President Donald Trump and FEMA Director Brock Long tour the Skyway Villa Mobile Home and RV Park in California. Long is one of several Trump administration off...

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Netanyahu confirms Israel attacked Iranian targets in Syria

Netanyahu confirms Israel attacked Iranian targets in Syria

And while dozens of countries are there, many important players are not. Many observers suspected that the correction was the result of a translation from Hebrew, which elided the key difference bet...

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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chief says allies keen to avoid arms race with Russian Federation

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chief says allies keen to avoid arms race with Russian Federation

NATO's secretary-general warned Tuesday that the military alliance will respond to what it insists are Russia's violation of a key Cold War-era treaty but will not station more nuclear missiles in ...

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China, Russia pose challenge to US space capabilities: Pentagon

China, Russia pose challenge to US space capabilities: Pentagon

Noting that both countries have developed robust and capable space services, including space-based intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, the report said China and Russian Federation were ma...

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Federal Bureau of Investigation releases serial killer's drawings in a bid to identify his victims

Federal Bureau of Investigation releases serial killer's drawings in a bid to identify his victims

Now the agency has released 16 images, which were drawn from memory, in the hope that they can find out more information and notify families. The strategy worked - both were identified. The drawings i...

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Former Air Force Intel Agent Indicted for Sharing Secrets with Iran

Former Air Force Intel Agent Indicted for Sharing Secrets with Iran

Monica Witt, who allegedly defected to Iran in 2013, had previously worked as a U.S. counterintelligence officer. US Vice President Mike Pence and other senior officials are in Warsaw for a confere...

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Filipino Journo Maria Ressa Arrested, International Media Cry Foul

Filipino Journo Maria Ressa Arrested, International Media Cry Foul

Maria Ressa , chief executive officer of the online news agency Rappler , talks to the media after attending the summons by the National Bureau of Investigation on the cyber libel complaint filed aga...

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Ex-boyfriend held in death of woman in suitcase

Ex-boyfriend held in death of woman in suitcase

Da Silva was identified as a Venezuelan national who has been in the US illegally after overstaying his visa. "We are confident that the pursuit of justice for Valerie will be successful and we co...

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At least 41 killed in Iran bombing on Revolutionary Guard personnel bus

At least 41 killed in Iran bombing on Revolutionary Guard personnel bus

It described the passengers as "shift personnel", but didn't provide any details of their rank. While Sunni militant groups are not regarded as a major threat, the attack dealt a fresh blow to Iran...

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Theresa May asks MPs for more time on Brexit

Theresa May asks MPs for more time on Brexit

May told MPs on Tuesday. Addressing MPs in the House of Commons, May said she was not yet ready to put an alternative Brexit deal before parliament, saying it may take time to get a revised deal f...

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General strike shuts Belgian airspace, grounds flights

General strike shuts Belgian airspace, grounds flights

A general strike called by three unions, which are calling for higher wages, is expected to paralyse Belgium on Wednesday. The strike comes in response to a collapse in wage negotiations. Above that a...

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'Little to no change' in North Korean capabilities: USA commander

'Little to no change' in North Korean capabilities: USA commander

Gen. Abrams stressed that even if the United States eliminates the nuclear menace, USA troops will need to remain in the region to combat other conventional threats to American interests posed by Nort...

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It snowed in... Maui, Hawaii?

It snowed in... Maui, Hawaii?

On the department's Facebook page on Sunday it said: "Perhaps the first time ever, snow has fallen in a Hawai'i State Park". While snow is not unheard of in Hawaii, officials said the blanket at Pol...

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Black leopard spotted in Africa for first time in 100 years

Black leopard spotted in Africa for first time in 100 years

What happened: Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas released extremely rare images that he captured in Africa of the black leopard, known as a black panther in Africa and Asia, walking around at night. ...

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Led coalition hits mosque in Syria used by Islamic State

Led coalition hits mosque in Syria used by Islamic State

However, the official said this is making the fighting more hard as the terrorists are working to hold onto their last stronghold. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which holds about a quarter of ...

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Trump says could let March 1 deadline for China trade deal slide

Trump says could let March 1 deadline for China trade deal slide

Clay Doss, a spokesman for US 7th Fleet. "We respect all countries' right for freedom of navigation and flight under worldwide law, but we firmly oppose any action to jeopardize the sovereignty and ...

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Cuomo to meet with Trump about impact of tax changes in NY

Cuomo to meet with Trump about impact of tax changes in NY

Cuomo says that change is prompting some wealthy residents to leave NY and leading to a worrisome drop in state revenue. According to The New York Times , that constitutes an eight-year low for t...

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