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McDonald's order trips up Facebook slaying suspect


The chilling video was on Facebook for three hours before it was taken down. Throughout the search, social media played a role in the investigation. She said state troopers weren't far behind. "It was loud and distinctive", Ms Wheeler said. "Just to know that I will never ever hear my father's voice again is devastating", Baines said. Read More »

I'm still getting back up to speed, says Manchester City's Jesus


They were convinced they were robbed of a desperately needed win by referee Kevin Friend's decision to award the visitors a hotly disputed penalty in the 69th minute. Raheem Sterling drops to the bench as Pep Guardiola produces a flat 4-4-2 to fit both attackers in the formation. Downing's inviting cross is headed by Kompany straight into the path of De Roon who blazes over from close range. Read More »

Palestinians say 3 wounded at protests for prisoners

The incident took place when a score of Palestinians from across the West Bank staged marches and demonstrations here to support hundred of jailed Palestinians is on hunger strike for the past 11 days. In Ramallah, shops closed and public transport stopped running. The hunger strikers are now only ingesting water and salt and are protesting for better living conditions, including better medical care and access to telephones. Read More »

As front-runner quits, remaining Conservative candidates battle it out


O'Leary, who was previously running for leadership on Canada's Conservative Party, officially dropped out of the race today and placed his support behind Quebec rival Maxime Bernier . "I've met Maxime Bernier ", Lang said. More recent polling obtained by CBC News from Abacus Data has found that, among Canadians who might consider voting Conservative, Bernier is no more appealing than O'Leary. Read More »

PM flags off low-cost flight from Shimla to Delhi


Under the scheme, the government sought to cap prices of flights covering distances of 500 km, approximately one hour, to Rs 2,500 and below 500 Km up to Rs 1,500. The subsidy amount for this flight is Rs 3,340 per seat, said an Air India spokesperson. The airport at Jubbarhatti, which is 22 kms from Shimla and is located 2,196 metres above sea level, has been shut for scheduled flights since September 6, 2012 because of soil erosion leading to shrinking of the runway. Read More »

Shame on us, we aren't a tax compliant society says SC


The Supreme Court today prima facie found nothing wrong in the Centre's decision to make it mandatory for those filing income tax returns to link their PAN with Aadhaar cards, saying it was a "shame" that many people in the country evaded tax. Read More »

Israeli missiles hit Syrian military position near Damascus airport

The airport lies about 25 kilometres southeast of the capital. It reported damage but no casualties. The explosion occurred at a military installation near the Damascus airport, according to both SANA state TV and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , a United Kingdom -based monitoring organization with on the ground contacts in Syria. Read More »

TTV Dinakaran's chief ministerial ambitions behind his desperation for 'two leaves' symbol


Dinakaran was arrested on Tuesday night following four days of questioning for allegedly attempting to bribe an unidentified EC official to get the undivided AIADMK's "two leaves" election symbol for his faction. The police had secured warrants from a city court to search the Chennai residents of Dinakaran and Mallikarjuna as part of its probe. Mallikarjuna, who had been accompanying Dhinakaran everywhere ever since Chandrasekar's arrest on April 16, was also arrested for facilitating an ... Read More »

Iraq Forces Retake Town of Hadhar Southwest of Mosul


To fill this information gap and to support humanitarian response planning in Mosul, the Iraq Assessment Working Group (AWG) coordinated an multi-cluster Rapid Needs Assessment (RNA) in 45 accessible neighbourhoods of Mosul City. Isis are fighting western-backed Iraqi coalition forces, who are gradually pushing deeper into the centre of Mosul after capturing the entire east of the city and the majority of the west. Read More »

Massive Trump tax cuts face big hurdles as debt mounts


Trump had signed an executive order withdrawing USA from TPP. The ban was described as historic but it is yet unclear how it would be enforced. New polling indicates that a majority of Americans are dissatisfied with President Donald Trump's job performance as he nears his first 100 days in office. Read More »

Remembering Vinod Khanna: Rare and unseen pictures of the star


It was later reported that he was stable and responding positively to treatment. He had a role in both Salman Khan's Dabangg movies and his last screen appearance was opposite Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in 2015's Dilwale . Akshay Kumar , Rishi Kapoor, Esha Deol and other celebs took to Twitter to pay tribute to the actor. Some of his most memorable performances include the films Mera Gaon, Mera Desh [My Village, My Country], Kuchhe Dhaage [Fragile Threads], and Qurbani , ... Read More »

After attack, France looks toward weekend presidential vote


A damaged window is pictured on the Champs Elysees Avenue the day after a policeman was killed and two others were wounded in a shooting incident in Paris , France, April 21, 2017 . Molins did not address conflicting reports that radicals identified by Belgian security forces may have been involved in the attack on the police officers. Read More »

Pak will be condemned worldwide if Jadhav hangs: Naidu


The official further said, "There is a national sentiment attached to Jadhav in India". Jadhav, a former Indian naval officer, has been sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court for espionage and waging war against Pakistan. "I want to tell the house that the government will do whatever it takes to make sure Kulbhushan Jadhav gets justice", Singh said. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor urged the government to take the unity of the House and the nation on the issue to the global level, ... Read More »

Turkey crackdown: 1000 arrested for suspected coup links

Police launched simultaneous operations across the country on Wednesday, detaining hundreds of people with suspected links to USA -based cleric Fethullah Gulen. The dawn raids across the country came just a week after Mr Erdogan narrowly won public blessing for controversial changes to the constitution to create a presidential system. Read More »

Wife's Fitbit logs steps after husband says she died


He added that Fitbit records had been used in the past to prove a woman had fabricated a story about a stranger breaking into her home before sexually assaulting her. Dabate, who is now out of custody after posting bail, is scheduled to return to court Friday. Police say there were no signs of a struggle in the home, nothing was stolen and a police dog only picked up Richard Dabate's scent, reports the Courant , citing an arrest warrant . Read More »

Senators get briefing on North Korea


Korea and its testing of ICBMs". Washington has said all options are on the table, inludeding military ones, in dealing with North Korea, but officials have stressed that the current focus is on stepped-up sanctions, which are expected to be discussed at a U.N. Read More »

Scottish independence support plummets ahead of United Kingdom election


It also showed that almost half of those people do not want a second independence referendum to ever take place. "Yet now there's an election on, she suddenly tells people independence isn't the issue for her and orders her troops - don't mention the "i" word.After the last few months of talking about nothing else, who does she think she's kidding?" A total of 1,060 Scots aged 16 and above were questioned between the end of March and the beginning of April, after Sturgeon secured the ... Read More »