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Pakistan plane: Army plane crashes in residential area, killing 17

<img class = "js-image-replace" alt = "Pakistani soldiers lock up where a Pakistani aviation corps plane crashed on July 30, 2019 in Rawalpindi At least 17 people were killed after a small military plane crashed into a residential area in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, rescue workers said. Five crew members and 12 civilians are dead, officials told local media. Another 12 people …

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Former Acting AG Whitaker says Rep. Ratcliffe has emerged directly from the central casting for the role of National Intelligence

Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, is the right person to be named the next Director of National Intelligence (DNI), according to former Attorney General Matthew Whitaker. Ratcliffe, who is currently in Congress, has experience in the Justice Department Whitaker claimed in The Story on Monday: "John and I were US lawyers in the Bush administration." "I think he is perfectly qualified …

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Gandhara scroll: Rare 2,000-year-old Buddhist text made public

The scroll originated in Gandhara, an ancient Buddhist region in northern Afghanistan and Pakistan. Only a few hundred Gandharan manuscripts are known to be scholars worldwide, and each is vital to understanding the early development of Buddhist literature. The Gandhara text is narrated by Shakyamuni Buddha, the religious leader also known as Siddhartha Gautama, and tells the story of the …

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Trump's advisor submitted drafts of the energy speech "America First" 2016 for processing by the UAE, according to emails

As candidate Donald Trump prepared for an important energy speech during the 2016 campaign, one of his closest aides delivered a preface to high-ranking representatives of the United Arab Emirates – an unorthodox move that caught the attention of federal investigators and text messages revealed in a House Oversight Committee investigation. Interested in Trump Administration? Add Trump Administration as an …

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In Brazil, there are prison riots in which 16 inmates are beheaded and dozens more are killed

Jarbas Vasconcelos, Superintendent of the Para Penitentiary System, said 16 of the 52 inmates who died in Altamira Prison were beheaded. The remainder is said to have died of suffocation because the prisoners had set fire to part of the facility, reported the state news agency Agencia Brasil. The uprising started when a group of prisoners stormed a rival-controlled prison …

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Sanctions against Russia: Legislators of the House of Representatives call on Trump to impose the necessary sanctions

The 1991 Law on the Control and Disposal of Chemical and Biological Weapons and Combating Warfare provided for the imposition of a second round of sanctions within three months, but well over a year after the attack. We urge you to take immediate action to make Russia fully responsible for the obvious use of chemical weapons in Europe, "said Eliot …

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Great Britain sets new high temperature record

CLOSE Beach-goers seek shelter under an umbrella by the sea on July 25 in Camber Sands, England. 2019. [Photo:BenStansallAFP/GettyImages) The heat wave that set in Europe last week broke another record: the value of 101.7 degrees Fahrenheit in Cambridge, England , was the highest temperature in the UK, scientists officially announced on Monday. The temperature was recorded on Thursday and …

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Alexei Navalny: "I've never had an allergy"

Image copyright Reuters Caption Alexei Navalny at a rally commemorating the murdered politician Boris Nemtsov in February, was released last week arrested Alexei Navalny, Russia's most prominent opposition figure, has questioned reports of an acute allergic reaction after being ill in prison. "I have never had an allergy, not against food or pollen or anything else," he wrote in a …

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