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Gangetic dolphin beaten to death in UP's canal, know more

Gangetic dolphin beaten to death in UP's canal, know more

In the gruesome video, the attackers can be seen raining down blows on the helpless Gangetic dolphin as blood is gushing out of its body. Police said the incident took place on December 31, 2020 at ...

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Reaction from leaders pours in after mob breaks into Capitol

Reaction from leaders pours in after mob breaks into Capitol

In addition to di woman wey police shoot, three odas die as a result of "medical emergencies". Shortly before the certification process began at 1 p.m. A second source familiar with the effort doubted...

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USA records 23,000 COVID-19 deaths 8 days into new year

USA records 23,000 COVID-19 deaths 8 days into new year

The country has seen a total of 365 000 deaths linked to the coronavirus so far, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University , out of a population of 330 million people. In Los Angeles Coun...

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Pompeo Lifts 'Self-imposed Restrictions' on US-Taiwan Relationship

Pompeo Lifts 'Self-imposed Restrictions' on US-Taiwan Relationship

The United States will remove all "self-imposed restrictions" on contact with Taiwanese officials, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on January 9, laying the groundwork for closer relations w...

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UK imposes mandatory COVID-19 tests for international travellers

UK imposes mandatory COVID-19 tests for international travellers

Grant Shapps, UK's transport secretary, said significant measures were already in place to prevent imported cases, but "further precautions" were necessary due to "new strains of the virus developin...

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Indonesia frees cleric linked to Bali bombing - Newspaper

Indonesia frees cleric linked to Bali bombing - Newspaper

In the wake of the Bali attack, and with backing from Australia and the US, Indonesia set up an elite anti-terrorist unit that weakened Jemaah Islamiyah and resulted in scores of suspected militants b...

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Indonesia Frees Radical Cleric Linked to 2002 Bali Bombing

Indonesia Frees Radical Cleric Linked to 2002 Bali Bombing

Although Indonesian police and intelligence agencies say Bashir was linked to the 2002 Bali attacks and a 2003 attack on the J.W. Marriott hotel in Jakarta, he was never convicted for direct involveme...

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North Korea Calls US ‘Biggest Enemy,’ Vows to Develop More Nukes

North Korea Calls US ‘Biggest Enemy,’ Vows to Develop More Nukes

He also suggested he is open to dialogue if Washington is, but stressed North Korea must further strengthen its military and nuclear capability to cope with intensifying U.S. "As we stated several tim...

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Massive Blackout In Pakistan

Massive Blackout In Pakistan

He added that an investigation was under way to determine the cause out the blackout. According to the minister, the power breakdown was caused after the frequency in the national power distributio...

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Judge Merrick Garland is said to be Biden's pick for attorney general

Judge Merrick Garland is said to be Biden's pick for attorney general

Biden is also picking Lisa Monaco for deputy attorney general and Vanita Gupta as associate attorney general, according to people familiar with those decisions. Biden praised the newest additions...

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Joe Biden Taps Marty Walsh For US Labor Secretary : Biden Transition Updates

Joe Biden Taps Marty Walsh For US Labor Secretary : Biden Transition Updates

Walsh is now serving in his second term as mayor of the largest city in MA. Walsh's selection was confirmed by a person familiar with the decision who spoke on condition of anonymity. I know him - tou...

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US Capitol rioter says he got death threats after false Antifa accusation

US Capitol rioter says he got death threats after false Antifa accusation

Hence Gaetz's elevation of the claim: If someone somewhere is doing something that is a problem for the country, Trump or someone linked to him will probably finagle an antifa allegation into the mix...

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Indonesian Sriwijaya Air plane loses contact after taking off from Jakarta

Indonesian Sriwijaya Air plane loses contact after taking off from Jakarta

Like Lion Air , Sriwijaya Air is one of Indonesia's low-priced carriers, with flights both to domestic and global destinations. It is not a 737 Max, the Boeing model involved in two major crashes...

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Olympic, Paralympic torches pulled from display as COVID-19 spreads in Japan

Olympic, Paralympic torches pulled from display as COVID-19 spreads in Japan

This time restaurants and bars will be asked to stop serving alcohol by 7 pm and close an hour later, except for take-out and delivery. Tokyo in particular has been a constant worry with its tally...

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Who Controls The D.C. National Guard? By Delegation, It's The Pentagon

Who Controls The D.C. National Guard? By Delegation, It's The Pentagon

He told reporters about 850 National Guard troops would be stationed on Capitol Hill by Thursday evening, where they had almost completed positioning a 7-foot non-scalable fence around the complex. Ho...

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Resigns, Blaming Trump for Mob at US Capitol

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Resigns, Blaming Trump for Mob at US Capitol

She continued, "Impressionable children are watching all of this, and they are learning from us". Mulvaney has served in the Trump administration for almost the president's entire term in variou...

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Iran bans Covid vaccines from US, UK in feud with West

Iran bans Covid vaccines from US, UK in feud with West

Khamenei said that "sometimes they want to test", their vaccines on foreign countries. "Sanctions are a treachery and crime against the Iranian nation and must be lifted", the country's most powe...

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Flight Attendants Union Calls for Trump Rioters to Banned from Flights Homes

Flight Attendants Union Calls for Trump Rioters to Banned from Flights Homes

President Trump had encouraged his supporters to come to the capital to protest the certification of President-Elect Joe Biden's election win. The incidents, union president Sara Nelson said, were...

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Australia moves up the list of most powerful passports

Australia moves up the list of most powerful passports

The best passports to hold in 2021 are of Japan with 191 destinations, Singapore with 190, South Korea and Germany with 189, Italy, Finland, Spain and Luxembourg with 18, and Denmark along with A...

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Mick Mulvaney resigns from Trump administration after Capitol stormed

Mick Mulvaney resigns from Trump administration after Capitol stormed

Grisham's decision to resign two weeks before the Trumps make their exit from the White House was precipitated by several months of consternation and struggle, said another senior White House officia...

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Maharashtra: Ten newborns die in hospital fire, govt orders inquiry

Maharashtra: Ten newborns die in hospital fire, govt orders inquiry

The nurse alerted doctors and other staff members, who immediately reached the ward. Seven of them were rescued by the fire brigade officials. Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh said the stat...

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Ready to roll out vaccines by January 13, says health ministry

Ready to roll out vaccines by January 13, says health ministry

Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has asked state health ministers to submit their inputs after the dry run gets completed. Three inmates have died due to COVID-19 as of January 5 and there are 144 acti...

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North Korean leader Kim says U.S. is Pyongyang's 'biggest enemy'

North Korean leader Kim says U.S. is Pyongyang's 'biggest enemy'

Some observers say North Korea is frustrated because Seoul has failed to break away from Washington and revive stalled joint economic projects held back by the US-led sanctions. Kim may have anoth...

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PM Trudeau says Trump 'incited' rioters at the U.S. Capitol

PM Trudeau says Trump 'incited' rioters at the U.S. Capitol

He says it is an accomplishment to have and maintain a political system where the party that loses an election "gracefully concedes" and where rivals work together for everyone. Through the Trump pres...

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US Capitol Police Chief to Resign After Breach of Capitol Building

US Capitol Police Chief to Resign After Breach of Capitol Building

Three more people died due to medical emergencies, but the exact circumstances surrounding their deaths has not been disclosed. The 42-year-old member of the force that protects the ground of the Co...

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George W Bush will attend Biden’s inauguration, while Carter will miss it

George W Bush will attend Biden’s inauguration, while Carter will miss it

Bush and former first lady Laura Bush will attend President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration in Washington D.C. later this month, his chief of staff Freddie Ford announced on Tuesday. It was still unc...

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White House Staffers Resign, Others Considering Resigning Amid Insurrection

White House Staffers Resign, Others Considering Resigning Amid Insurrection

Riot broke out after President Donald Trump tactically charged his supporters to oppose counting of the electoral votes that will confirm Joe Biden as President-elect. On Thursday morning, former...

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange denied bail, will remain in prison pending appeal

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange denied bail, will remain in prison pending appeal

A British judge on Monday blocked the extradition request by the USA, where Assange was set to face criminal charges including breaking a spying law, saying his mental health problems meant he would...

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Covid-19: Germany Will Tighten the Restrictions

Covid-19: Germany Will Tighten the Restrictions

The new rules, which are now being discussed by Chancellor Angela Merkel and the leaders of 16 federal states, will for the first time ban non-essential travel for residents of hard-hit areas all ...

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Venky's India Shares Hit Two-Month Low Amid Bird Flu Outbreak

Venky's India Shares Hit Two-Month Low Amid Bird Flu Outbreak

There are many strains of the virus; some of them are mild and may merely cause a dip in egg production or other mild symptoms among chickens, while others are severe and lethal. Similarly, bird flu ...

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U.S. intelligence agencies say Russian Federation 'likely' behind government agency hack

U.S. intelligence agencies say Russian Federation 'likely' behind government agency hack

The UCG also added in the joint statement issued by the FBI, CISA, ODNI, and the NSA that only 10 USA government agencies were targeted by additional hacking activity after the initial breach. People ...

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London court denies bail to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

London court denies bail to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Judge Baraitser today refused to grant bail, agreeing that she could not assure Mr Assange would comply with the courts if he loses the extradition appeal. Assange and his lawyers have long argued tha...

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Heavy rain, flooding in far north Qld

Heavy rain, flooding in far north Qld

He said some locations could receive a few hundred millimetres of rain on Monday. "The tropical low may develop into a tropical cyclone during Sunday night over the far southern Gulf of Carpentaria"...

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'Just stay home': Thai PM urges compliance as virus cases hit record

'Just stay home': Thai PM urges compliance as virus cases hit record

The government COVID-19 taskforce had earlier designated 28 provinces, including Bangkok , as high risk zones and recommended suspension of some businesses and crowded activities in those area that p...

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China court sentences ex-banker to death for corruption, bigamy

China court sentences ex-banker to death for corruption, bigamy

The post Bigamy, corruption and £202m-worth of bribes: Chinese banker sentenced to death appeared first on CityAM . Huarong even held a $2.5 billion IPO in 2015 to boost its market valuation then...

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