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A separate, unpermitted rally is still planned for 1 p.m. Sunday at Martin Luther King Jr. Gibson said the bands and speakers who had been scheduled to appear at the Crissy Field rally would be at the news conference. A judge in California ordered the jailing of a conservative organizer who was scheduled to speak Saturday at a rally in San Francisco . The downtown event came as a right-wing group said it was cancelling a "freedom rally" set for San Francisco on Saturday.
  • Fresh US-led air raids kill 7 civilians in Syria's Mayadin

    Fresh US-led air raids kill 7 civilians in Syria's Mayadin

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    The organization urged warring parties to prioritize protecting civilians and creating safe corridors for them to flee. "As the battle to wrest Raqqa from the Islamic State intensifies, thousands of civilians are trapped in a deadly labyrinth where they are under fire from all sides", Amnesty Senior Crisis Response Advisor Donatella Rovera said.
  • SC verdict in line with govt's views, says Prasad

    SC verdict in line with govt's views, says Prasad

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    Supporting them was Justice SK Kaul, who in his separate judgement said, "I am in agreement with Justice Chandrachud that the right of privacy can not be denied, even if there is a miniscule fraction of the population that is affected..." The nine-judge bench overrules the previous two judgments by a six-judge and an eight-judge bench of the Supreme Court , which had ruled that Right to Privacy is not a fundamental right .
  • Yemen's Houthis Ban Political Activity Ahead of Planned Capital Rally

    Yemen's Houthis Ban Political Activity Ahead of Planned Capital Rally

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    Mohammed al-Sarhi, a farmer, told CNN that most of those killed at the hotel were buried under rubble and died while sleeping. They also said another air strike hit a checkpoint manned by the Houthis, a few kilometres from the hotel. Saudi officials were not immediately available for comment. "The strikes have targeted several locations in and around the capital city and the relief operations are not completed, was added to the AFP to this manager, specifying that civilians displaced by ...
  • Oxfordshire GCSE results day 2017

    Oxfordshire GCSE results day 2017

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    SCHOOL pupils across the United Kingdom will be getting their GCSE results tomorrow and making vital decisions about their future. Some of the academy's highest achievers included Heidi Bee with six A*s, one A and three 8-9 scores in English and maths, Sophie Miller with four A*s, four As and three 7-9 scores and Victoria Poole with seven A*s, three 8-9 scores and an A.
  • Courts in India finally ban Islamic instant divorce

    Courts in India finally ban Islamic instant divorce

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    The government is said to be unlikely to ban triple talaq , but in individual cases the matter can be taken up courts of law. Those events led to the Supreme Court's decision this week that the Islamic practice of instant divorce is unconstitutional .
  • SEA Games: Quah Zheng Wen wins 200m backstroke in new Games mark

    SEA Games: Quah Zheng Wen wins 200m backstroke in new Games mark

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    Rifda was declared the gold victor in the balance beam with 13.125 points following a protest over the scoring by Indonesia. Valentinus Gunawan of Indonesia (9.65 points) and Jun Kai Chan of Singapore (9.62 points). He, however, still has a chance to redeem himself in the compulsory taiquan event on Tuesday. The 23-year-old Celine beat Sisilia Agustiani from Indonesia.
  • US State Dept. issues travel warning for Mexico violence

    US State Dept. issues travel warning for Mexico violence

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    The new travel advisory doesn't mention the Caribbean resorts of Cancun or Playa del Carmen by name, but covered the state of Quintana Roo , which includes Cancun, Tulum and several popular tourist destinations. Innocent bystanders have been injured in the ongoing public acts of violence between rival criminal organizations, officials said. Criminals are said to target newer and larger vehicles, but buses and older model sedans traveling from the USA have also been targets for carjackers, ...
  • India's Supreme Court bans 'triple talaq' practice

    India's Supreme Court bans 'triple talaq' practice

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    The apex court also said that this practice of instant divorce was itself against the basic tenants of the holy Quran. The apex court held triple talaq being practiced by the Muslim community as "unconstitutional", "arbitrary" and "not part of Islam".
  • Ambushed Ohio judge shoots gunman dead outside court — BBCI

    Ambushed Ohio judge shoots gunman dead outside court — BBCI

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    One suspect was shot and killed by a probation officer who returned fire. He is in serious condition and is expected to be out of surgery early Monday afternoon. According to the Washington Post and local outlet WTOV , the suspect was waiting for Bruzzese just outside the courthouse earlier that morning. Witnesses told the news station that they heard what sounded like seven to eight gunshots.
  • Finnish Police Received Tip on Radicalized Turku Stabbing Suspect

    Finnish Police Received Tip on Radicalized Turku Stabbing Suspect

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    The Turku court documents did not specify his nationality. She revealed that the main suspect had "been part of the asylum process" following his arrival in Finland in the first half of 2016, but declined to specify on whether his asylum application has already been processed and, if so, whether it was denied or granted.
  • Secret Service nearing spending limit for protecting Trump

    Secret Service nearing spending limit for protecting Trump

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    The agency has faced a crushing workload since the height of the contentious election season, and it has not relented in the first seven months of the administration. The Secret Service has had to spend about $US60,000 just on golf cart rentals while at Mar-a-Lago and Trump's Bedminster golf club in New Jersey. The Secret Service can no longer pay hundreds of agents it needs to carry out an expanded protective mission.
  • Brutal attack in Russian city kills 8 people, attacker shot by police

    Brutal attack in Russian city kills 8 people, attacker shot by police

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    It comes just days after two separate terror incidents rocked Spain , leaving 14 dead and scores more injured. The Russian authorities killed the man soon after. Artur Gadzhiev, who is claimed to be the son of a well-known Islamic extremist, is from Dagestan. The city lies some 2,100 kilometres (1,330 miles) northeast of Moscow in the oil-rich Khanty-Mansi region.
  • Trump orders USA infrastructure projects to ignore Obama-era climate risk rules

    Trump orders USA infrastructure projects to ignore Obama-era climate risk rules

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    The sweeping change is included in an executive order on federal permitting for infrastructure projects that Trump is slated to sign Tuesday in New York City , E&E News reported . President Trump has rolled back rules aimed at protecting federal infrastructure projects from rising sea levels and unsafe storms caused by climate change .
  • Venezuela's Controversial New Assembly Voted For Law-Passing Powers

    Venezuela's Controversial New Assembly Voted For Law-Passing Powers

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    Nicolas Maduro and his inner circle", Ortega told a meeting of Latin American prosecutors in Mexico by video conference. Ortega has been barred from leaving Venezuela and an arrest order was issued for her husband for allegedly running an extortion ring out of the prosecutor's office.
  • Chris Wood close to agreeing £15m Burnley move

    Chris Wood close to agreeing £15m Burnley move

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    And given recent developments, Wood has decided not to play against Sunderland on Saturday. "I wish the team all the best and hope the lads can pick up the 3 points". "Now he's not part of the team so from now on I prepare not to speak about players who aren't mine". "I choose to not look at other players in the public arena, I prefer to keep our business private so that's how it sits for me", he said.
  • Pelosi: Remove Confederate Statues From The Capitol

    Pelosi: Remove Confederate Statues From The Capitol

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    Lee out of a place of honor in National Statuary Hall " during her tenure and replaced it with a statue of Rosa Parks . But there is something to be said for simply abrogating the tradition of the states getting to choose which 100 Americans should be honored so uniquely in the U.S.
  • Train derailment in India kills 23

    Train derailment in India kills 23

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    The death toll could go up as numerous injured were said to be in critical condition. A lawmaker from Muzaffarnagar , Sanjeev Balyan, who reached the spot, told media he saw few bodies. He said he was personally monitoring the situation and strict action will be taken in case of any lapse. "Have instructed senior officers to reach site immediately and ensure speedy rescue and relief operations", Prabhu said in series of tweets.
  • Three young girls found brutally murdered in their home

    Three young girls found brutally murdered in their home

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    Police said they are trying to determine what happened inside this home that left an aftermath of three children under the age of 10 dead. The 25-year-old man has been charged in connection with the deaths of his 6-year-old sister Nadira Withers , as well as 9-year-old Ariana Decree and 6-year-old Ajayah Decree .
  • No data from China on Brahmaputra this year

    No data from China on Brahmaputra this year

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    He also acknowledged that Doklam is a disputed area between China and Bhutan. In this area, there has been a standoff between India and China since June. "India can fight trade wars with China only when it has removed the big skew in its trade with China, which can take a decade of manufacturing growth".