Tuesday , October 25 2016


172 inmates escape Haiti prison, 2 dead: report


Officials have launched a manhunt for the absconders, with police glance all roads in the Arcadins coastal zone near Arcahaie prison. Port-au-Prince: Nonetheless 172 prisoners escaped from Haitian prison near the capital Port-au-Prince through an armed mutiny, killing 1 guard and many escaping with police weapons, local media stated. Le ...

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India Wants Deal With the UK on Short-Term Visas for Students


Acting Indian High Commissioner to the UK says a large number of the tourists visit Europe but return home because of the visa restrictions. London: India hopes to reach the deal with Britain for facilitating short-term visas for Indian students, academicians & businessmen during the Prime Minister Theresa May’s visit, ...

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Barack Obama : Donald Trump’s comment on rigging of elections is dangerous


Trump’s allegations, Obama stated, are more than just the usual standard lie   Washington: United States President Barack Obama condemned Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for denying to oblige that he would admit the results of the general elections, saying assertions of voter’s fraud and rigging of the elections is ...

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Satellite images show devastation in Aleppo: Amnesty


UNITED NATIONS, United States: Amnesty International publicized new satellite images on Wednesday showing that more than 110 locations were hit in 2 weeks of bombing raids in Syria’s battleground city of Aleppo. The rights group stated there was evidence that Russian-made cluster munitions, which are banned under global conventions, had ...

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New York City college student died fighting for ISIS: US


The death of Samy Mohammed El-Goarany, who was 24 when he traveled to Syria to join ISIS, was revealed in papers filed by prosecutors New York:  A New York City college student died previous November fighting for Islamic State Group in Syria, where he had traveled earlier in the year ...

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Virginia man pleads guilty for trying to help ISIS group


Alexandria: A northern Virginia man appealed guilty for trying to help the ISIS group after a sting operation caught him buying gift cards and recording potential landmarks in the DC province as targets. Haris Qamar, 26, of Burke, appealed guilty in US District Court in Alexandria to a single count ...

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North Korea missile exploded shortly after lift-off: Seoul


  North Korea tested a Musudan missile, which is capable of hitting US bases as far away as Guam. Seoul: An outburst almost immediately after takeoff was behind the failure of North Korea’s latest test-firing of a powerful medium-range missile, the South Korean military established on Monday. North Korea tested ...

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Migrants lost at sea off Libya in nighttime horror


The rubber yacht had set off yesterday from Sabrata, taking the lead of a break in the bad weather to make an attempt for Italy’s seashores Aboard The Astral: Waves 2.5 meters high, winds of 50 kilometers an hour and a tumbling dinghy – rescuers termed today a race into ...

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