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The technology case arose from a federal drug investigation. In 2014, the court ruled that police need a warrant to search a cellphone seized during an arrest. A federal magistrate judge in NY in 2013 granted the government's request to issue a warrant for the data under a 1986 federal law, the Stored Communications Act.
  • Top LeT militant, aide shot dead by security forces in J&K's Pulwama

    Top LeT militant, aide shot dead by security forces in J&K's Pulwama

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    However, the operation in the area is now over but search operations were still on, added the police official. Security forces launched an operation early in the morning on Saturday after receiving specific intelligence inputs about the presence of terrorists in Litter village in Pulwama district.
  • Two injured in Indian ceasefire violation along LoC

    Two injured in Indian ceasefire violation along LoC

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    At least one Pakistani child was killed and five civilians including four children were wounded after Indian troops fired into Pakistani Kashmir Saturday, officials said. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military's media wing, said Indian forces targeted urban population near Rawla Poonch Crossing point, which resulted in injuries to six-year-old, Aeqa and 45-year old Ramzan.
  • U.S. to pull out of UNESCO amid Palestinian tensions

    U.S. to pull out of UNESCO amid Palestinian tensions

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    This triggered a United States law which cut off American funding for any organization that recognized an independent Palestine . Its unpaid obligations have now passed the US$500-million mark. The State Department wanted to delay its departure until after UNESCO selects a new director general this week. President George W. Bush put the USA back in the organization in 2002.
  • United States to lose trust if Washington withdraws from Iran N

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    Mr. Trump has always termed it "a bad deal" giving few specifics on why his administration thinks so. What is Trump expected to say or do about the deal? Trump detests the certification requirement, which forces him to sign off every three months on an accord he has called the worst deal ever negotiated by America, according to the officials.
  • Hamas says reached deal with Palestinian rival Fatah

    Hamas says reached deal with Palestinian rival Fatah

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    It was signed in Cairo by new Hamas deputy leader Salah al-Aruri and Azzam al-Ahmad, the head of the Fatah delegation for the talks, at the headquarters of Egypt's intelligence service, which oversaw the negotiations. Another committee would merge 3,000 Palestinian Authority loyalists into Gaza's Hamas-run police force. The crossing with Egypt may require more time for the handover, with construction work now underway there.
  • Trump's words hang over NAFTA table as USA business frets

    Trump's words hang over NAFTA table as USA business frets

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    Victor Herrera, who's spent 35 years covering Latin American financial markets, warns that NAFTA's demise would have major effects. President Donald Trump has threatened recently to withdraw completely from the deal, which was enacted in 1994 to create a free-trade zone between the U.S., Mexico and Canada.
  • NY police reopens 2004 Weinstein assault case

    NY police reopens 2004 Weinstein assault case

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    About a week later she was told by a Weinstein assistant she didn't get the job because she was an actor. The contract came up for renewal just as Ambra Battilana, an Italian model, reported to the police that Harvey Weinstein had groped her during a work meeting at his Manhattan office.
  • 'White Widow' reportedly killed by USA drone strike

    'White Widow' reportedly killed by USA drone strike

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    Fifty-year-old Jones was killed in June by a USA drone strike close to the border with Iraq, according to the Sun , which quoted a British intelligence source. It is likely that her son Jojo, 12, was also killed. She also posted comments such as: "You Christians all need beheading with a nice blunt knife and stuck on the railings at Raqqa".
  • Amid Corker Feud, Trump Dismisses Senator's WWIII Warning

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    Sen. Bob Corker , the retiring Republican chair of the Senate foreign relations committee, has engaged in a heated back-and-forth with Trump for days now, including in an interview with The New York Times where he said that he feared Trump was steering the nation "on the path to World War III".
  • North Korean hackers stole US-South Korea war plans, official says

    North Korean hackers stole US-South Korea war plans, official says

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    It was part of a "regular deployment training" aimed at enhancing the capability of implementing the "extended deterrence" against the North, the JCS said. "What I am going to tell you is that the [South Korea]-US alliance, that bilateral entity, is there to deal with those types of situation and safeguard against them".
  • Negative consequences if US Prez quits Iran deal

    Negative consequences if US Prez quits Iran deal

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    Trump has repeatedly denounced the agreement with Iran . Trump is also expected to designate Iran's most powerful security force, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp, as a terrorist organisation as part of a new Iran strategy. Another war in the Middle East? And when the ultimate confrontation takes place, it will be with a nuclear-armed rogue Iran. If the Congress chose to reintroduce sanctions, in practical terms the deal is dead.
  • Pres. Trump: US Will Not Lift Sanctions on Cuba

    Pres. Trump: US Will Not Lift Sanctions on Cuba

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    Russian Federation on Monday said countries should exercise restraint in dealing with North Korea following President Trump's comments on the threat from Pyongyang. "That was fake news ", Trump said Saturday. "For nearly 30 years, through numerous administrations, if you look at President Clinton, paid billions of dollars, gave them billions more", Trump said on the Trinity Broadcasting Network's "Huckabee".
  • Nirmala Sitharaman teaches 'Namaste' to Chinese soldiers

    Nirmala Sitharaman teaches 'Namaste' to Chinese soldiers

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    The gesture shown by the Defence Minister has been welcomed by both internet users and experts of Indian and China alike. Tensions between India and China have been on an all-time high in the past few months at Doklam , just 30 kms in a straight line to the northeast from Nathu La.
  • Narendra Modi lacks will to listen to the people: Rahul Gandhi

    Narendra Modi lacks will to listen to the people: Rahul Gandhi

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    Reacting to the comments made by the Congress leader during his speeches, Union Minister Smriti Irani accused Rahul Gandhi of insulting the people of Gujarat and hurting their feelings. "I want to ask "Shahzade" of Congress as to what your three generations have given to Amethi ", he said. "This land belongs to the people, the farmers of Amethi and can not just be grabbed by the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation or any family", he said, adding that the land was not " kisi parivar ki bapauti ...
  • Former campaign manager: 'Disappointing' Clinton hasn't condemned Weinstein

    Former campaign manager: 'Disappointing' Clinton hasn't condemned Weinstein

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    An editorial from The New York Times on Friday implored the Clintons and Obama to disavow Weinstein, calling on Democrats to make sure his status as a major party donor would not prevent anyone from speaking out. Watch Doyle's full comments below, via CNN. According to the publication, 13 women said they had been sexually harassed of assaulted by Weinstein between the 1990s and 2015.
  • Triangle group collects 50 tons of aid for Puerto Rico

    Triangle group collects 50 tons of aid for Puerto Rico

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    But LNP chose to publish a very slanted story to slam America's response. NY will give in-state tuition rates to students from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Whether it's with patrol or helping them in any way they need. She also vocalized the idea of efforts moving beyond isolated fundraisers and events of cultural organizations and towards a more unified effort from FSU.
  • State Fire Marshal Promotes Home Escape Plans for National Fire Prevention Week

    State Fire Marshal Promotes Home Escape Plans for National Fire Prevention Week

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    From the time you hear a smoke alarm sound, you might have less than 2 minutes to get out of your home safely, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. This is also a good time to check on the smoke detectors in your home. They suggest that families practice escaping their home twice a year. But, a plan shouldn't just be drawn up and forgotten about - it needs to be practiced, too.
  • Evacuations, road and school closures because of multiple North Bay wildfires

    Evacuations, road and school closures because of multiple North Bay wildfires

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    If O'Gorman hadn't been coming home from work to wake her family, "we would have been in the house trapped", she said. No fires were reported in the Petaluma area early Monday morning, though smoke could be seen over the city. The county is working to set up shelters at fairgrounds to house animals. There were 30 to 40mph winds. The flames grew to more than 200 acres near Napa .
  • President Trump will visit Hamburg, Berks County Wednesday

    President Trump will visit Hamburg, Berks County Wednesday

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    US President Donald Trump has "tremendous accomplishments on the global stage" and he is "keeping the world from chaos", the White House has claimed. After a dinner meeting with his generals and their spouses, Trump had reporters come in for a quick comment, telling them, "maybe it's the calm before the storm ".
  • Pressure mounts on Catalan separatists after unity rallies

    Pressure mounts on Catalan separatists after unity rallies

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    This "legal position" establishes the principle according to which a State born out of secession within the EU would not automatically be considered as part of the Union. Far-right protesters broke into Fascist chants and performed Nazi salutes during protests across Spain held over the Catalan independence referendum.
  • Donald Trump's bronze statue to grace Puerto Rican soil

    Donald Trump's bronze statue to grace Puerto Rican soil

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    The incident occurred during Trump's visit to a church where aid was being distributed. He said: 'Now, I hate to tell you, Puerto Rico, but you've thrown our budget a little out of whack '. "[The] operative question here is how many have died during the ensuring response, when they *could have been saved.* We don't yet know", wrote Jeremy Konyndyk, chief of foreign disaster assistance during the Obama administration on Twitter Tuesday following Trump's comments.
  • Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Prediction, preview, pick to win

    Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Prediction, preview, pick to win

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    Jacksonville started the fourth quarter on its own 4, yet allowed Leonard Fournette to break runs of 13 and 12 yards and Chris Ivory to bounce outside for a 19-yard gain to the Steelers' 28. NOTES: Jaguars DE Calais Campbell had a half-sack to give him six for the season. Strong, whom the Jaguars claimed off waivers on September 19 from Houston, suffered a hamstring injury on a diving catch in his first practice with the Jaguars and missed the team's next five practices.
  • Attorney Lisa Bloom no longer working with Harvey Weinstein

    Attorney Lisa Bloom no longer working with Harvey Weinstein

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    Weinstein for too long". A former news anchor has come forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of forcing her to watch him masturbate in the hallway of a restaurant. Harder said in a statement. Actresses Ashley Judd and Jessica Hynes say he sexually harassed them . Sivan said she was deeply shocked by Weinstein's behavior and was frozen and didn't know what to do or say.