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People U.S. Offers $5 Million Reward 10 Years After Mumbai Attacks
Author: 0 U.S. Offers $5 Million Reward 10 Years After Mumbai Attacks

The Pakistani gunmen who waged the attack were killed or captured. The US already has a $10 million bounty offered for Saeed and $2 million for Hafiz Abdul Rahman Makki, another senior group leader. The co-ordinated attacks on the city of almost 20 million people hit luxury hotels, the main railway station, a restaurant popular with tourists and a Jewish centre.

People Number of missing in deadly California wildfire drops from 475 to 249
Author: 0 Number of missing in deadly California wildfire drops from 475 to 249

With an assist from Mother Nature, Cal Fire announced Sunday morning that the Camp Fire - the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century - had been fully contained . Rains are helping douse a massive and deadly Northern California wildfire. But Shoemaker said the rain didn't fall hard enough Friday to cause serious problems.

People Magnitude 6.3 quake strikes western Iran, over 600 injured
Author: 0 Magnitude 6.3 quake strikes western Iran, over 600 injured

The quake struck at a depth of about 6 miles and about 12 miles south-southwest of Sarpol-e Zahab, Kermanshah province, the agency said. Rescue teams were immediately deployed to the quake-hit area. Local officials said the estimated cost of reconstruction would be measured in billions of dollars, at a time when Iran was struggling to cope with a tanking economy.

People More Republicans Challenge Trump On Defense Of Saudi Crown Prince
Author: 0 More Republicans Challenge Trump On Defense Of Saudi Crown Prince

Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee has said he has seen intelligence reports suggesting bin Salman ordered Khashoggi's assassination at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last month. Ernst acknowledged Saudi Arabia's importance as a strategic partner. FILE - Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Nebraska, returns to a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing after a break on Capitol Hill in Washington , Sept.

People India braces for mass Hindu gathering at disputed Ayodhya site
Author: 0 India braces for mass Hindu gathering at disputed Ayodhya site

From the stage, those who spoke, urged the government to bring an ordinance to facilitate the construction of the Ram Temple at Ayodhya at the earliest. Hindu fundamentalists with pickaxes and crowbars razed the 16th century Babri Mosque to the ground in December 1992. Huge crowds of saffron-clad protesters, some waving swords and chanting "Praise Be to Ram", massed in Ayodhya in northern Uttar Pradesh state where right-wing Hindu groups want a grand temple to their god constructed.

People Work with Plaid and SNP on Brexit, Price urges Labour
Author: 0 Work with Plaid and SNP on Brexit, Price urges Labour

This deal will not deliver the frictionless trade that Welsh businesses rely on. But Ms Rudd ruled out the possibility of a no-deal Brexit . He said: "A number of Government ministers have confirmed this morning that leaving the European Union with no-deal is not an option, does the Prime Minister agree there are no circumstances under which Britain would leave with no-deal?" "But that means those who don't want this deal coming together".

People The Latest Trump lawyer confident he'll win in charity suit
Author: 0 The Latest Trump lawyer confident he'll win in charity suit

Scarpulla also dismissed Trump's claim that former attorney General Eric Schneiderman - who stepped down in May following a series of sexual misconduct claims - began investigating the Trump Foundation out of personal animus. The judge also rejected arguments the president should be granted immunity because of "local prejudice" against "unpopular" federal officials; because state lawsuits place an unusual burden on a sitting president and because federal courts are a better equipped to ...

People Russian GRU chief blamed for Salisbury poisonings dies at 62
Author: 0 Russian GRU chief blamed for Salisbury poisonings dies at 62

President Vladimir Putin has expressed condolences, said his spokesman Dmitry Peskov, adding the two "had been in constant dialogue". This spy agency is the successor to the Soviet-era GRU (Glavnoye Razvedyvatel'noye Upravleniye). Korobov had come under intense scrutiny, however, from Russia's intelligence community after the failure of the Skripal attack. "It looks like there are no any major changes on the horizon", he said.

People ‘Strong winter storm’ to move through Chicago on Sunday
Author: 0 ‘Strong winter storm’ to move through Chicago on Sunday

Expect travel difficulties and whiteout conditions in some areas with gusty winds developing around the storm system. The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for parts of Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa. As far as snowfall totals, Manhattan is expected to receive between 2 to 4 inches of snow. Snow will still be falling in Chicago and all of MI by the Monday morning commute.

People UAE Considering Clemency for Jailed UK Academic
Author: 0 UAE Considering Clemency for Jailed UK Academic

They said United Kingdom universities should urgently review their ties with the UAE in light of Hedges life imprisonment, and halt any planned projects, such as the University of Birminghams proposed £100 million (US$114 million) Dubai campus.

People American on deadly trip to Indian island: 'God sheltered me'
Author: 0 American on deadly trip to Indian island: 'God sheltered me'

On the 16th, the (tribespeople) broke his canoe. In previous years, tribesmen have shot arrows and thrown rocks at helicopters and boats. Chau had a premonition of his death. In a social media post , Chau's family called on authorities to release his friends in the Andaman Islands saying they did not blame anyone for his death.

People Judge orders Papadopoulos to report to prison
Author: 0 Judge orders Papadopoulos to report to prison

He wrote that Papadopoulos "has failed to demonstrate that the D.C. Circuit is likely to conclude that the appointment of the Special Counsel was unlawful - and, indeed, he has failed even to show that the appeal raises a "close question" that "very well could be decided" against the Special Counsel".

People Trump says time for action on 'the Wall,' visits golf course
Author: 0 Trump says time for action on 'the Wall,' visits golf course

United States inspectors are processing about 100 asylum claims a day at the main crossing from Tijuana into San Diego, creating long waits after some 3,000 Central American migrants reached the border earlier this week. President Trump has given the use of lethal force order to the military at the southern border. Trump emphasized that U.S. troops would be allowed to use "lethal force" if necessary to deal with some of the "tremendously dangerous" people in the migrant caravan, who he said ...

People Police find USA missionary John Chau's burial site on North Sentinel island
Author: 0 Police find USA missionary John Chau's burial site on North Sentinel island

Pathak said investigators have asked experts to give them "the nuances of the group's conduct and behaviour, particularly in this kind of violent behaviour", before they attempt to recover the body. "You guys might think I'm insane in all this but I think it's worthwhile to declare Jesus to these people", it said. Chau paid fishermen to take him near North Sentinel, using a kayak to paddle to shore and bringing gifts, including a football and fish.

People China hoping for trade spat solution
Author: 0 China hoping for trade spat solution

China wants to make a deal. China supports necessary reforms of the World Trade Organization (WTO), raising three fundamental principles and five proposals concerning such improvements, the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) said Friday. In an update to an earlier investigation into China's trade practices, Washington on Tuesday accused Beijing of failing to change its "unfair" trade practices, and said the country "appears to have taken further unreasonable actions in recent months".

People Macron Hopes OPCW Gets Data on Aleppo Chemical Attack, Finds Responsible
Author: 0 Macron Hopes OPCW Gets Data on Aleppo Chemical Attack, Finds Responsible

Abdel-Razak served in Syria's chemical weapons program before defecting to join the opposition in the early years of the conflict, which began in 2011. State media showed images of Aleppo residents being treated in hospital as they struggled to breathe. Russian Federation has carried out air strikes against Syrian rebels it accuses of launching a chemical attack on the government-held city of Aleppo.

People In Renewed Attack, Trump Accuses Judges Of Making US
Author: 0 In Renewed Attack, Trump Accuses Judges Of Making US "Unsafe"

Trump particularly attacked the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, a broadly liberal court that's blocked many of his actions on immigration, like the travel ban and more recently the asylum ban. "It's an atrocity. It's a awful thing". "You go to Ninth Circuit and it's a disgrace, and I'm going to put in a major complaint". As he pursued such thuggish fantasies, it is possible Trump was influenced by Saudi Arabia's crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, who had imprisoned hundreds ...

People Migrant caravan: Mexican officials deny U.S. border deal
Author: 0 Migrant caravan: Mexican officials deny U.S. border deal

The plan had been negotiated last week by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and other U.S. officials during a meeting in Houston with reps of Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, according to The Washington Post .

People Renae Lawrence granted bail at NSW police station for 2005 arrest warrants
Author: 0 Renae Lawrence granted bail at NSW police station for 2005 arrest warrants

Lawrence has said little in public since she returned to Australia, refusing to answer questions when she arrived at Brisbane airport before catching her flight to Newcastle. NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller confirmed there are two outstanding arrest warrants for Lawrence. "As far as I know she has just got to report to Gosford Police station when she gets back, that's what Renae was told", he said.

People Spain gloats May deal gives Madrid 'STRENGTH over Gibraltar — BREXIT SHOCK
Author: 0 Spain gloats May deal gives Madrid 'STRENGTH over Gibraltar — BREXIT SHOCK

After threatening to veto the Brexit agreement and boycott Sunday's EU Summit, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced on Saturday that he will back the Brexit deal . "It's a sad moment, and it's a tragedy". Winning warm greetings from her 27 fellow leaders on Sunday will likely be easier for May than getting friendly treatment from her colleagues in government and Parliament once she returns.

People Senators Warn Against Election of Russian INTERPOL Chief
Author: 0 Senators Warn Against Election of Russian INTERPOL Chief

Worldwide police body Interpol elected Kim Jong-yang of South Korea as president yesterday, beating a Russian whose candidacy had raised concerns in Europe and the United States about the risk of Kremlin interference. "I hope that this vote further focuses the mind on the need to do that". LUCIAN KIM, BYLINE: His name is Alexander Prokopchuk, a general in the Russian police force who already serves as Interpol's vice president for Europe.

People Death toll in Afghan base bombing rises to 27
Author: 0 Death toll in Afghan base bombing rises to 27

The base is located in eastern Khost province, a stronghold of the Haqqani-linked Taliban group. Later, an Afghan army spokesman in the area, Abdullah, said 27 troops died in the blast. The explosion came just days after a suicide bomber killed 55 religious scholars gathered in the Afghan capital, Kabul , to celebrate the holiday marking the birth of Islam's Prophet Muhammad.

People Death toll in Lake Victoria boat tragedy rises to 23
Author: 0 Death toll in Lake Victoria boat tragedy rises to 23

At least 23 people have been confirmed dead and more than 40 others rescued after a boat capsized in Lake Victoria, TUKO.co.ke has learnt. The news of a capsized boat on Lake Victoria that has so far left 14 dead out of the over 100 revelers has not only shocked Ugandans but the world at large.

People New Jersey mall evacuated on Black Friday after shooting, officials say
Author: 0 New Jersey mall evacuated on Black Friday after shooting, officials say

The mall has been open since 10 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day and about 25,000 shoppers have visited throughout that time, Martins says. We didn't wait to find out why. Bollwage tells WCBS 880 the victim is not being cooperative. The Elizabeth Police Department said in a Facebook post that police officers and medical personnel had responded to two medical calls at the Jersey Gardens Mall.

People British student Matthew Hedges jailed for spying could be pardoned
Author: 0 British student Matthew Hedges jailed for spying could be pardoned

His wife, Daniela Tejada, also said that she was not allowed to speak to him after the sentencing and that she does not know where he's being held . He said some sort of pardon is possible and that the case is unlikely to damage the "hugely important mutually beneficial relationship" between the UAE and Britain.

People Two Suspects of Chinese Consulate Attack Arrested, Mastermind Under Treatment in India
Author: 0 Two Suspects of Chinese Consulate Attack Arrested, Mastermind Under Treatment in India

So far this year, the Baluch Liberation Army has claimed responsibility for 12 attacks against security personnel guarding projects linked to the Chinese Pakistan Economic Corridor and its infrastructure. Police said some gunshots were heard at 9.30am outside the Chinese consulate in Karachi's upscale Clifton area. Defence analyst and security contractor Ikram Sehgal, whose company's guards have been posted at the consulate, said that the attackers had first engaged in an exchange of fire ...

People Russia: No knowledge of nerve agent quantity in attack
Author: 0 Russia: No knowledge of nerve agent quantity in attack

A member of the British police, Nick Bailey, who, upon inspection of the home of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal , also suffered from a "Newbie" . Knowing how the other two were [and] how badly they'd been affected by it, I was petrified". I had five or six infusions at any one time. "I could have adjusted my face mask and my goggles while I was in the house, with it being on my hand", he told the BBC .

People Walmart shooting suspect not expected to survive
Author: 0 Walmart shooting suspect not expected to survive

Ocala police officers are looking for a man who shot and killed a woman inside an Ocala Walmart on Saturday afternoon, according to a Facebook post by the Ocala Police Department . Ocala police say they have caught the suspect. Two other people were treated at the scene. The victim and the gunman dated for about nine months but were now not a couple, according to Scotty Ballard.

People Fuel tax protesters, riot police clash in Paris
Author: 0 Fuel tax protesters, riot police clash in Paris

Police arrested 130 people, 69 of those in Paris , and 24 people were injured, five of them police officers including one who suffered burns to his groin, the city police department and Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said . administration for implementing tariffs on Iran, crippling its oil exports. Citizens still pay some of the highest in Europe as a percentage of GDP, and fuel-price protests are a common modern occurrence.

People Iran's Rouhani Calls Israel a 'cancerous Tumor'
Author: 0 Iran's Rouhani Calls Israel a 'cancerous Tumor'

The U.S. has been a frequent target for fiery rhetoric from Iranian leaders since the 1979 revolution that deposed the U.S. -backed shah. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is shown speaking during a press conference in NY on September 26, 2018, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly.

People Mexico Backs Trump Plan to Overhaul Asylum Rules
Author: 0 Mexico Backs Trump Plan to Overhaul Asylum Rules

Hours earlier, The Washington Post quoted her as saying that the incoming administration of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador had agreed to allow migrants to stay in Mexico as a " short-term solution" while the USA considered their applications for asylum.

People Zimbabwe's Mugabe no longer able to walk, president says
Author: 0 Zimbabwe's Mugabe no longer able to walk, president says

Former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe's health has deteriorated, leaving him unable to walk, according to current president Emmerson Mnangagwa . Mnangagwa told his ZANU-PF party supporters at a rally that the 94-year-old Mugabe had been receiving medical care in Singapore for the past two months.