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Salman Khan acquitted in poaching cases

JODHPUR (AFP) – An Indian court on Monday acquitted Bollywood superstar Salman Khan of killing protected wildlife 18 years ago, ending the latest long-running case against the actor. Khan was convicted in 2006 of hunting rare gazelles while he was shooting a film in the northern state of Rajasthan eight ...

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Did Cook really fear a Pakistan comeback?

With dense clouds hovering over the beautiful Old Trafford ground and the floodlights on, many anticipated England Test captain Alastair Cook would enforce a towering 391-run follow-on on a demoralised Pakistan batting unit. The Pakistan camp saw it coming as their head coach Mickey Arthur, who is on his first ...

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Dem politician questions Israel’s ties to terrorism

Former US Democratic Representative Cynthia McKinney has questioned Israel’s ties to recent attacks in France and Germany, after an Israeli reporter managed to capture both attacks as they were happening. “Same Israeli photographer captures Nice and Munich tragedies,” the six-term congresswoman from Georgia said in a tweet on Saturday. The ...

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Sanders says leaked emails don’t affect his support for Clinton

US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has reiterated his support for rival, presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, despite leaked emails that showed top officials at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) privately planned to undermine his presidential campaign. “No, no, no,” Sanders said on Sunday when asked about whether the emails affect ...

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Another US serviceman detained in Okinawa

Japan has arrested yet another American military personnel on charges of drunk driving in the Okinawa Prefecture. Joren Ladd, a 22-year-old member of the US Air Force, was arrested on Saturday night after crashing into a car stopped at a signal in the coastal town of Chatan near the USAF Kadena ...

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Fresh rebel attack in CAR claims 3 lives

Three people have been killed in an attack by militants in the south of the Central African Republic, security forces say. “At least three people were killed and several more injured,” a police officer said on Sunday following an attack a day earlier by armed herdsmen and fighters in the town of Ngakobo. The ...

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Libya forces seize bomb-making factory used by Daesh in Sirte

Fighters affiliated with Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA) say they seized a building Sunday used by the Takfiri Daesh terrorists for making explosives in the militants’ stronghold of Sirte. Forces loyal to the GNA shared images of the building on Facebook showing rooms containing explosive devices, mobile phones and cables. ...

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Obama attacks ‘unprepared’ Trump over NATO remarks

US President Barack Obama says Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s recent remarks about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) indicate his “lack of preparedness” on foreign policy. Trump said last week that if he is elected president, the US would only provide aid to the allies who have “fulfilled their ...

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