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World Cassie Sainsbury Has Been Sentenced To Six Years In Prison
Author: 0 Cassie Sainsbury Has Been Sentenced To Six Years In Prison

Ms Sainsbury's mother, Lisa Evans, and fiancé, Scott Broadbridge, were in Bogota to support the Adelaide woman during the sentencing hearing on Thursday morning (AEST). Khala said she was anxious her sister's confession could make her family a target for drug cartels. "I have to take responsibility for that". The immigration minister, Peter Dutton, said the case served as another warning to Australians travelling overseas.

World Separatist leader Shabir Shah arrested, in ED custody
Author: 0 Separatist leader Shabir Shah arrested, in ED custody

Shah was shifted from his uptown Sant Nagar residence in Srinagar to a police station in Badgam district on Tuesday evening after his arrest. Yesterday, all seven separatist leaders - Altaf Shah, Ayaz Akbar, Peer Saifullah, Mehraj Kalwal, Shahid-ul-Islam, Naeem Khan and Bitta Karate - have been sent to 10-day NIA custody.

World Russian Officials Warn New US Sanctions Put Them in 'Uncharted Waters'
Author: 0 Russian Officials Warn New US Sanctions Put Them in 'Uncharted Waters'

The House and the Senate must reconcile their versions before submitting it for President Trump's signature. Using one of Trump's favorite adjectives in describing the law, he said, "In the meantime, it can be said that the news is quite sad with regard to Russia-US relations and prospects for their development".

World EU Will Retaliate
Author: 0 EU Will Retaliate "Within Days" If US Passes New Russia Sanctions

The restrictions, which come as part of a bill imposing sweeping sanctions also on Iran and North Korea , target Russia's major defense, mining, shipping and railway industries. president the option to sanction companies that work on pipelines from Russian Federation, for example, by limiting their access to american banks, or excluding public procurement in the United States.

World Trump appears to confirm ending aid to Syria's rebels
Author: 0 Trump appears to confirm ending aid to Syria's rebels

US President Donald Trump on Monday announced he had ended a program to support rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad because it was "massive, dangerous, and wasteful". The termination of the program was confirmed by SOCOM Gen. With "respect to Syria", said the president, the notion that arming the rebels would have made a difference has "always been a fantasy ".

World Rihanna Meeting Emmanuel Macron Is Incroyable
Author: 0 Rihanna Meeting Emmanuel Macron Is Incroyable

Riri was in the French capital, Paris , to discuss funding for global education on behalf of her non-profit organisation, Clara Lionel Foundation . The singer also documented her meeting with the French president , sharing pictures of her day on Instagram Stories. They were incredibly welcoming to us.

World Jordan's King Calls Abbas to Urge Calm After Palestinian Leader Approved Protests
Author: 0 Jordan's King Calls Abbas to Urge Calm After Palestinian Leader Approved Protests

The Turkish Foreign Ministry has condemned a statement by the Israeli Foreign Ministry about President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, calling the comments "presumptuous", amid a row over an escalation in the al-Aqsa mosque. Israel installed metal detectors, additional security cameras and other devices last week after Arab gunmen killed two police officers there in mid-July.

World Tillerson not quitting, says bond with Trump good
Author: 0 Tillerson not quitting, says bond with Trump good

QUESTION: Secretary Tillerson , have you committed to staying in your position as Secretary of State? Asked about his relationship with Trump, Tillerson said "it's good". "He recognizes that - he's deeply engaged in that work". While Tillerson has been openly defending Qatar in the diplomatic crisis, Trump has backed claims by Riyadh and its allies that Doha supports terrorism and wants to destabilize the region.

World Wanted ex-Georgian president Saakashvili loses Ukrainian citizenship
Author: 0 Wanted ex-Georgian president Saakashvili loses Ukrainian citizenship

As reported , Saakashvili received Ukrainian citizenship pursuant to the decree of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in late May 2015. However, popular support for him waned in his last years as president amidst revelations of widespread abuse of power of state institutions, including the secret services and interior ministry.

World Village council orders revenge rape of teenage girl
Author: 0 Village council orders revenge rape of teenage girl

Pakistan's Dawn newspaper reported that the 16-year-old girl was forced to appear before the group and raped in front of them and her parents. Baksh said on investigation by the police, it was discovered that the village council was approached by a man who complained that his 12-year-old sister had been raped by their cousin.

World Six Cong MPs suspended from Lok Sabha for 'unruly behavior'
Author: 0 Six Cong MPs suspended from Lok Sabha for 'unruly behavior'

The Congress Party said that Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan should have given the six party MPs a chance to explain their stand before she suspended them. I can convey to the Speaker (your demands). Salim, meanwhile, said the government should be "generous", and added that the house can function smoothly after the suspensions are withdrawn.

World UK To Ban Sale Of All Diesel And Petrol Cars From 2040
Author: 0 UK To Ban Sale Of All Diesel And Petrol Cars From 2040

Ministers have identified 81 major roads in 17 towns and cities where urgent action is required to tackle air pollution - 33 of which are outside of London. Road infrastructure will also be changing, with £255 million towards changing road layouts such as speed bumps, speed limits and roundabouts, in addition to reprogramming traffic lights.

World Trump announces MILITARY BAN with thousands to be kicked out of army
Author: 0 Trump announces MILITARY BAN with thousands to be kicked out of army

Transgender people will not be allowed to serve in the military in any capacity, President Donald Trump announced Wednesday morning. Considering the prevalence of transgender servicemembers among the active duty military and the typical health care costs for gender transition-related medical treatment, the Rand study estimated that these treatments would cost the military between $2.4 million and $8.4 million annually.

Author: 0 Israel removes flashpoint holy site metal detectors

It was also not clear whether they would be accepted by Muslim worshippers. Even after the Israel Police began removing the metal detectors from the Temple Mount entrance, the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf is rejecting the costly alternative plan of installing smart cameras.

World Amid Sikkim standoff, Doval to meet Chinese Prez along with BRICS NSAs
Author: 0 Amid Sikkim standoff, Doval to meet Chinese Prez along with BRICS NSAs

The editorial clearly pins the blame for the current mess on Doval, with China seemingly unwilling to open any doors for a bilateral meeting on the issue. While China Daily was hopeful of a "peaceful resolution" to the deadlock, Global Times called the Indian NSA the "main schemer" and said "his trip wouldn't sway Beijing ".

World Half Of Trump Voters Don't Believe Clinton Won The Popular Vote
Author: 0 Half Of Trump Voters Don't Believe Clinton Won The Popular Vote

Last week, Kobach told MSNBC that the country "may never know" whether Clinton won the popular vote. "[Attorney General]" Trump said in his tweet on Tuesday morning. The poll was conducted July 20-24 among almost 4,000 registered voters and has a margin of error of plus-minus 2 percentage points. The margin of error is 2 percent.

World 'It Is a Sin to Presume They are Dead,': Sushma Swaraj
Author: 0 'It Is a Sin to Presume They are Dead,': Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister of India Sushma Swaraj has once again won hearts with her heartwarming tweet to Indian daughters and daughters-in-law from other countries. "He told me that in Iraq it is said that wait is worse than death", Swaraj said. A man from Punjab, Harjit Masih, who escaped from the clutches of Islamic State terrorist organisation in June 2014 had claimed that all 39 Indian nationals who were taken hostage on 11 June, 2014 in Mosul town had been killed.

World ITV keeps investors entertained despite advertising fall
Author: 0 ITV keeps investors entertained despite advertising fall

ITV recently named easyJet CEO and former CEO of The Guardian Media Group Carolyn McCall its new CEO, effective January 8, 2018. Shares in ITV (LON: ITV ) have jumped more than two percent in London in today's session, even as the blue-chip company posted a drop in revenues for the first six months of the year.

World Poorva contractor, who served 'lizard biryani', was continuing despite being fined twice
Author: 0 Poorva contractor, who served 'lizard biryani', was continuing despite being fined twice

Hailing Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu's initiation towards zero tolerance, Saxena stated that measures on bad quality of food and over charging have always been looked into. The impact of the Tweet was that when the train rolled into Uttar Pradesh's Mughalsarai station, the very next station, several senior officers and doctors came and gave medicines to passengers who were vomitting.

World Top EU court says Hamas shouldn't have been taken off terror list
Author: 0 Top EU court says Hamas shouldn't have been taken off terror list

The lower court had found that the listing was based on media and internet reports rather than decisions by a "competent authority". The court said the European Council is obliged to rely on more recent material than the national decisions which justified the initial listing of the LTTE.

World Wasserman Schultz Aide Arrested at Airport, Wired $300K to Pakistan
Author: 0 Wasserman Schultz Aide Arrested at Airport, Wired $300K to Pakistan

As uncovered by The Daily Caller News Foundation's investigative team, FBI agents recently seized smashed hard drives from the home of Florida Democratic Rep. Shortly after an investigation had been launched, Awan moved abruptly from his Virginia rental home, and the rental's new tenant - a Marine Corps veteran - reported that "wireless routers, hard drives that look like they tried to destroy [sic], laptops, [and] a lot of brand new expensive toner" were left behind after Awan's departure.

World Man tries to smuggle king cobras in potato chip cans
Author: 0 Man tries to smuggle king cobras in potato chip cans

The king cobra is a protected and highly venomous reptile, officials said in a news release. United States Fish and Wildlife Service special agents arrested 34-year-old Rodrigo Franco, of Monterey Park, Tuesday morning, and charged him with one count of illegal importing.

Author: 0 Cabinet votes to remove metal detectors from holy site in Jerusalem

The Islamic Waqf, the Islamic Endowment from Jordan charged with protection of the al-Aqsa mosque compound, said it would not be satisfied until "all manifestations of aggression by the Zionist occupation are removed and the situation returns to what it was like before July 14", the day three Palestinian gunmen were shot dead after shooting and killing two Israeli police officers near the mosque compound, sparking Israel's move to install extra security in the area.

World Trump Attacks Sessions, Accuses Ukraine Of 'Sabotage'
Author: 0 Trump Attacks Sessions, Accuses Ukraine Of 'Sabotage'

Gingrich responded after Trump's latest tweets , which referred to Attorney General Jeff Sessions as " beleaguered ". President Donald Trump apparently wants him to quit, and is trying his best through tweets and public statements to humiliate him in to doing so.