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The BSF inspector-general of police, D.K. Upadhyay, claimed the Pakistanis deliberately targeted civilian areas but his force never did. India and Pakistan have traded accusations over cross-border firing in the disputed region of Kashmir that has killed at least 24 people since Friday.
  • FBI says no direct ties between Russia, Donald Trump's campaign

    FBI says no direct ties between Russia, Donald Trump's campaign

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    But "even the hacking into Democratic e-mails, F.B.I. and intelligence officials now believe , was aimed at disrupting the presidential election rather than electing Mr. Over a few hours on Halloween, a flood of new stories emerged alleging additional ties between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Russian Federation.
  • BSF jawan killed in Kupwara as Pakistan continues ceasefire violation

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    It was later avenged by the Indian Army in "a befitting manner". Troops guarding the border line retaliated, he said. They are tasked to carry out sensational actions that have a demoralising effect on the Indian troops. The BSF killed seven Pakistan Rangers on October 21 while a terrorist was killed in Kathua and on October 25. Amidst the escalating tension between India and Pakistan, the Border Security Force (BSF) will not be exchanging candies with the Pakistan Rangers at the ...
  • Pakistan vs West Indies 3rd Test Day 3 highlights

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    Bravo (11) miscued a drive off a flighted ball from spinner Zulfiqar Babar and was smartly snapped up by a diving Mohammad Amir at extra cover, his first catch in 20 Tests. Two balls later, Gabriel sent back Asad Shafiq also without scoring, after bringing one back to hit the right-hander in front. Three former schoolmates from Barbados combined to keep West Indies in the hunt for a first win against Pakistan , at the ninth attempt on their troubled tour of the UAE.
  • Pak SC orders to form judicial panel to probe against PM Sharif

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    The Attorney General said that the apex court had already taken cognizance over the Panama leaks issue, therefore, "The PTI is not justified to hold protest". On the docket is a set of petitions asking for the appointment of a judicial commission to investigate the investment made by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and members of his family.
  • China to send peacekeepers to South Sudan, Sudan

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    After peacekeepers stood by while South Sudan soldiers committed horrific violence against women, the United Nations has fired the man responsible for the force. The Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki-moon said he was "deeply distressed" by the conclusions of the investigation report and "concerned serious deficiencies identified".
  • Pakistan court bars opposition from holding street rally

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    Police also responded quickly and cordoned the Bani Gala, house to the residential complex of Imran Khan. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Revenue Minister Amin Gandapur's auto was stopped at a checkpost and searched. He said the CM should think thousand times before challenging PML-N in KP because it could cost them heavily if the PML-N would show its' strength in the province.
  • Woman at centre of South Korea political crisis begs forgiveness

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    Ms Park has been facing calls to reshuffle her office after she admitted on Tuesday that she gave long-time friend Choi Soon-sil drafts of her speeches for editing. Jeong, nicknamed one of the "three doorknobs to the president" for his access to Park, faces accusations that he reported state affairs to Choi with classified material.
  • Donald Trump links Jewish values and Israel support in Jerusalem video

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    He added: "We are the only ones [in the region] who diligently and carefully preserve the holy sites.We all know what is happening in the Middle East with radical Islam that blows up mosques, churches and historical sites; slaughters Yazidis; slaughters Muslims who don't agree with them; slaughters Christians; slaughters anything that they can get their hands on".
  • UN Cultural Agency Adopts Controversial Resolution on Jerusalem

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    It refers to the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in east Jerusalem´s Old City - Islam´s third holiest site - only by its Muslim name. Mexico's new ambassador to UNESCO in Paris , Andrés Roemer Slomianski, was sacked over his reluctance to cast a ballot in favor of the recent UNESCO resolution denying the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount and Western Wall on Friday.
  • Shiite militias launch operation near Iraq's Mosul

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    The involvement of Shiite militias in the Mosul operation has been a source of contention, although some of the Hashed's top commanders insist they do not plan to enter the largely Sunni city. They were mobilised again and endorsed by the state when IS, a Sunni extremist group, swept through northern and central Iraq in 2014, capturing Mosul and other towns and cities.
  • Broncos defensive co-ordinator upended, carted off field

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    The Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers were facing off at Mile High in NFL Week 8. San Diego now has lost eight straight AFC West road games. Chargers running back Melvin Gordon was blocked into the Denver sideline while trying to catch Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby during an interception return.
  • Seahawks' Michael Bennett might need knee surgery, won't play in Week 8

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    The play had started from the 10-yard-line with two seconds left. Tanner McEvoy threw a 43-yard pass to C.J. Prosise and Paul Richardson added a 23-yard reception on the drive, a timely moment for some of the Seahawks' depth to emerge, with Seattle still tired from its five-quarter overtime battle against the Arizona Cardinals October 23.
  • Mosul: Town of Tal Afar in focus on western front

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    The militias, known collectively as the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), seek to secure the western border with Syria, cutting off the pipeline of fighters and supplies connecting Mosul and Raqqa, the de facto capital of ISIS, according to the Associated Press .
  • UNESCO passes controversial Jerusalem resolution

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    The UN cultural agency on Tuesday adopted a controversial Arab-sponsored resolution on east Jerusalem which Israel has said ignores Jewish ties to a key holy site. This noble organisation was established to preserve the history, not to rewrite it. However, Elias Sanbar , the Palestinian ambassador to UNESCO , said October 17 that the October 13 UNESCO vote was about "occupation", not the Temple Mount.
  • Obama to return to Florida to help Clinton get out the vote

    Obama to return to Florida to help Clinton get out the vote

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    He's used other events for Clinton to hammer Trump over his treatment of women and minorities and his unfounded claims that the election is "rigged" against him. President Barack Obama came to the University of Central Florida in Orlando Friday to campaign for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton .
  • US, Israel condemn new UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem

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    On Oct. 26 the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO adopted a resolution in Paris that ignores Jewish ties to the Temple Mount. At the time, the Committee regretted the impact of Israeli attacks on different heritage sites, including the holy site Al Aqsa Mosque/Al Haram Al-Sharif.
  • United Kingdom approves new Heathrow airport runway

    United Kingdom approves new Heathrow airport runway

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    The UK government on Tuesday green-lighted the almost 18 billion pound expansion plan of Heathrow airport , the second busiest in the world, as it made a decision to build a third runway, ending 25 years of indecision amid environmental concerns.