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Turkish passenger plane makes emergency landing in Ukraine: police

Reuters 11:23 PM | October 31, 2017 A passenger plane flying from Moscow to Turkey made an emergency landing at Odessa airport in southern Ukraine on Tuesday after a suspicious package was found in one of its lavatories, a local ...

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PIA ‘forgets’ two coffins at NYC airport

NNI 9:29 PM | October 31, 2017 Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has ‘left’ two coffins in New York City that were to be transferred to Karachi. According to a report published by a private media outlet, the national carrier ‘forgot’ ...

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Seven killed as Israel destroys tunnel dug under Gaza border

Seven Palestinian militants were killed on Monday when Israel blew up what it said was a tunnel being dug underneath the Gaza Strip border. Hamas said Israel had made a “futile attempt to sabotage efforts to repair Palestinian unity”, a ...

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Bahrain court sentences 10 men on terrorism charges

A Bahraini court sentenced 10 men to life imprisonment and revoked their citizenship on charges of forming a terrorist cell and plotting attacks, the Bahraini Public Prosecution said on Tuesday. The men were accused of receiving training in military camps ...

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Blast in Afghan capital causes numerous casualties

A blast in the Afghan capital Kabul on Tuesday caused numerous casualties, Reuters witnesses and Afghan officials said. A Reuters television team saw at least eight people who appeared to have been killed, besides several wounded at the explosion site ...

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हिंदी न्यूज़ – VIDEO: फर्जी कंपनियों की संपत्ति पर सरकार की नजर

News18Hindi Updated: October 31, 2017, 6:22 PM IST देश भर में फर्जी कंपनी बनाकर लोगों की संपत्ति हड़पने वालों की अब खैर नहीं है. इस मामले में केंद्र सरकार काफी सख्त हो चुकी है और ऐसे फर्जीवाड़े से बटोरी गई ...

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Putin opens monument to Stalin’s victims, dissidents cry foul

Reuters 10:35 PM | October 30, 2017 President Vladimir Putin inaugurated a monument to the victims of Stalinist purges on Monday, but Soviet-era dissidents accused him of cynicism at a time when they say authorities are riding roughshod over civil ...

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Catalan leaders to be tried for rebellion, says Spain state prosecutor

Spain’s state prosecutor said on Monday that he would seek charges of rebellion, sedition and embezzlement against members of Catalonia’s ousted secessionist government, pushing the crisis over the region’s independence declaration into an uncertain new phase. Chief prosecutor Jose Manuel Maza said ...

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Concentration of CO2 in atmosphere hits record high: UN

AFP 9:58 PM | October 30, 2017 The concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2), the principal gas that drives global warming, in the atmosphere has hit a new high, the United Nations said on Monday, warning that a drastic action is ...

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Taliban kill 22 Afghan police in multiple attacks

AFP 8:25 PM | October 29, 2017 Taliban insurgents, some wearing night-vision goggles, killed 22 Afghan policemen in separate attacks on checkpoints over the weekend in the latest blow to the country’s beleaguered security forces. Militants wearing the goggles launched ...

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