• Bangladesh police kill 3, including suspect in Dhaka attack
Bangladesh police kill 3, including suspect in Dhaka attack

Tamim Chowdhury, a Bangladeshi Canadian, was earlier named as the mastermind of the Gulshan attack that killed 22, mostly foreigners, on 1 July. According to the report, information from an arrested operative of the banned group Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) - of whom intelligence officials say Tamim is a leader - led to the raid.

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  • Syrian government back in control of Daraya after 4 year siege
Syrian government back in control of Daraya after 4 year siege

About 800 gunmen and 2,400 civilians were evacuated, according to Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Rebel forces from Daraya will be taken to the northern province of Idlib, held by the Army of Conquest, a coalition of armed anti-government groups.

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  • Modi asks BJP Chief Ministers to implement schemes in mission mode
Modi asks BJP Chief Ministers to implement schemes in mission mode

The chief ministers' meet was divided into six segments, including inaugural session, the agenda of welfare of poor, presentation by CMs of successful schemes that can be replicated in other states, presence of BJP governments on social media, challenges and efforts to take them on and concluding ceremony.

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  • Clinton defends different foundation setup for State, presidency
Clinton defends different foundation setup for State, presidency

Of course, to normal, regular folks, it appears she is committed to ensuring her family continues to personally benefit from the foundation's existence, and the charity will continue to receive vast sums of money from foreign sources, now redirected to the Clinton Global Health Access Initiative.

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  • Trump rebukes racism claims as Clinton warns of radicalism
Trump rebukes racism claims as Clinton warns of radicalism

In an August 23 interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity, Trump unexpectedly softened on his proposal for a "deportation force" to send back 11 million undocumented immigrants-a policy idea he used during the primaries to attack Republican opponents who backed legal paths to citizenship.

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  • United States win third Olympic basketball gold in row
United States win third Olympic basketball gold in row

In his final global game, Anthony finished with seven points and seven rebounds. BY beating Serbia , USA lead to their 25th straight win on Olympic hardwood. The US used a 24-7 run spanning the first and second quarters to turn a close game into a blowout. She tallied a team-high 17 points, two rebounds, three assists and two steals.

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  • Temporary FEMA housing units expected to return to Louisiana
Temporary FEMA housing units expected to return to Louisiana

Central time. The president then traveled in his motorcade to the Castle Place neighborhood, where he visited residents affected by the flood. "It is about roots". "There were RN's, LPN's, and CNA's who all that went so we just started jumping in and taking care of patients and just supporting the whole thing".

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  • French Burkini Brouhaha: Police Tell Women to Take It Off
French Burkini Brouhaha: Police Tell Women to Take It Off

The woman's ticket, which was seen by French news agency AFP, stated that she was not wearing "an outfit respecting good morals and secularism ". Despite those who defended me, three quarters of those present on the beach were fascists. "It is the expression of a political project, a counter-society, based notably on the enslavement of women "....

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  • Hawks claim Pravin Gordhan is facing three criminal charges
Hawks claim Pravin Gordhan is facing three criminal charges

South African bonds plunged the most since December and the rand weakened for a second day after a report said Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan had been summoned to report to police, raising concern the National Treasury chief may be replaced.

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  • French Tourism Hit By Terror Attacks, Strikes and Floods
French Tourism Hit By Terror Attacks, Strikes and Floods

France generates over 7 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) from tourism, and over 13 percent of that total in the Paris region. A soldier stands guard at the Eiffel Tower, Paris , November 15, 2015. The Grand Palais museum reported a 43.9 percent slump and the Palace of Versailles, outside the city, just short of 20 percent. He urge...

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  • Child bomber in Turkey not the only violent use of children
Child bomber in Turkey not the only violent use of children

After the bomb is successfully removed, the boy is arrested and taken away in a police vehicle. Image credit: Ako Rasheed/ Reuters . The footage was taken in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, with four men capturing and wrestling with the boy.

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  • Pakistan charges MQM chief Altaf Hussain with treason for inflammatory speech
Pakistan charges MQM chief Altaf Hussain with treason for inflammatory speech

MQM workers went on a rampage after a speech of their leader who allegedly asked them to attack the offices of certain media houses in Karachi on Monday. The violence erupted soon after Hussain gave a telephone address to supporters from London in which he castigated the media for not giving due coverage to his workers.

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  • Australian woman, British man arrested over murder in Bali
Australian woman, British man arrested over murder in Bali

The couple have so far given often contradictory and confusing accounts about last week's events, but before police questioning Monday Taylor's legal team promised he would tell "the honest story" . BALI, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesian police arrested an Australian woman and a British man on Friday in connection with the killing of a police officer i...

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  • 1 man killed, Louisiana trooper wounded in New Orleans
1 man killed, Louisiana trooper wounded in New Orleans

Ballistics testing will be used to determine if a state trooper or NOPD officer fired the fatal shot or if the suspect took his own life. The three subjects then fled on foot into the neighborhood. Tammany Parish, was recovered at the scene. The trooper said that two of the suspects fired shots at his marked SUV. This is a joint LSP-NOPD inve...

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  • Trump would stop issuing visas if screenings were inadequate
Trump would stop issuing visas if screenings were inadequate

Throughout his scripted policy address, Trump showed a more serious side than he did last week, when he erroneously described Obama as the "founder" of ISIS - a comment he later explained as sarcasm . - a means of religious discrimination that's been heavily criticized. Trump also called for a fresh round of sanctions on Iran, and for the U.S....

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  • Manafort resigns from Trump campaign
Manafort resigns from Trump campaign

Paul Manafort quit as campaign manager for Donald Trump after being demoted amid a flurry of allegations involving payoffs involving Ukraine's ruling party. On Wednesday, Trump overhauled his campaign team, hiring the head of conservative website Breitbart News, Stephen Bannon, as chief executive of the campaign in a move that bolstered his comba...

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  • 5 hurt in attack on military vehicle in eastern Turkey
5 hurt in attack on military vehicle in eastern Turkey

Yildirim, who visited the scene of the attack in Elizag along with several ministers including Isik and army chief Hulusi Akar, said a total of 217 people had been injured, including police and civilians. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday accused followers of a US -based Islamic cleric he blames for last month's coup attempt of being co...

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  • NSA hacking tools have been hacked and revealed online
NSA hacking tools have been hacked and revealed online

Security researchers say privately that the Equation Group is all but certainly a project of the NSA . Perhaps unsurprisingly, the hackers reckon that the software being auctioned off is of higher quality than the code the group freely published, claiming that the tools it's selling are "better than Stuxnet".

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  • Our employees didn't raise anti-India slogans: Amnesty
Our employees didn't raise anti-India slogans: Amnesty

More than 60 people have died and Indian security forces face continuing criticism of their tactics. Police had put in place tight security at several places. Rights groups have for years accused Indian forces battling a separatist insurgency in Kashmir and parts of northeast India of violating civilian rights through a controversial law which give...

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  • Nauru says refugee abuse claims fabricated
Nauru says refugee abuse claims fabricated

The release of more than 2,000 leaked reports of incidents on Nauru detailing allegations of widespread abuse and self-harm, including children wanting to kill themselves, have sparked new calls for a parliamentary inquiry. A signed letter from the workers argues that Australia must work to resettle refugees held in these centres. Some 442 people...

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