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BREAKING: IED Blast In London Tube Train; 22 Injured

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About two dozen people have been injured in an Improvised explosive device (IED) attack at the Parsons Green station of London Tube railway on Friday and police is treating it as an act of terrorism. Reports of a fire were…

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UK Denies Fund To Its Caribbean Territories After Hurricane Irma

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The British government says its Caribbean territories hit by hurricane Irma are too wealthy and does not qualify for aid under the official international criteria, which overseas development assistance. The criteria is set by the OECD thinktank and Conservatives has…

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UN Security Council Imposes Fresh Sanctions On North Korea

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A fresh round of sanctions have been imposed on North Korea following the latest nuclear test. United States proposed a high level harsh sanctions of total ban to oil imports, but Pyongyang allies China and Russia supported reduced measures. Under…

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Should Theresa May Quit

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British Prime Minister Theresa May must not quit. All the Tory MPs agree she should stay back to her chair until 2019 when the Brexit process is completed and United Kingdom finally bids adieu to the European Union. Number of…

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Lego To Shed 8 Percent Jobs

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Come this year-end and there will be cut of 1,400 jobs at Lego citing first drop in sales in over a decade. The 85-year-old Danish toymaker is currently facing weaker demand in United States and several parts of the European…

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North Korea Launches Missile Over Japan; UN Calls Emergency Meeting

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Is it an attack or just a threat. North Korea fired a missile over northern Japan on Tuesday morning Korean time. Even though the missile crashed into the sea, but it flew over the Hokkaido island. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo…

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Riots, Arson Attacks In North India Over ‘Godman’ Ram Rahim’s Court Verdict In Rape Case

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Riots and arson attacks have broke in several parts of northern India following a verdict of court convicting a flamboyant spiritual leader, Ram Rahim Singh, of raping tow of his female followers. Until now 25 people have lost their lives…

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Saudi-Led Airstrike On A Hotel In Yemen Kills 60

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About sixty people are feared killed in an airstrike on a hotel in Yemen’s Arhab, north of the national capital, and considered as mass casualty event in a war that broke in 2015 leading to nearly three million people to…

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UK Will Not Be Under ECJ Direct Jurisdiction Post-Brexit

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Post-Brexit the United Kingdom will not come under the direct jurisdiction of Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice (ECJ), reveals a government policy paper. However, critics still believe the word “direct” may mean ECJ might play a role even after the…

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Big Ben Turns Silent For Major Repair Work

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Monday, the 21st of August, the iconic clock tower of the Houses of Parliament in London went silent. For the next four years the Big Ben will remain silent while the major repair work takes place. The 13 ton bell…

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