Death sentence to Jadhav is Pak's 'calculated game'

Death sentence to Jadhav is Pak's 'calculated game' The government knows neither the location nor the condition of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian national sentenced to death in Pakistan, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Thursday. In Lok Sabha, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the government will do everything possible to get justice for Jadhav. Kulbhushan Jadhav was arrested reportedly from Balochistan after he entered from Iran. [Full Article...]

Australian PM arrives on state visit; to hold talks with PM Modi

Expressing happiness over cooperation in the energy sector, Modi said, "With the passage of a legislation in the Australian parliament with bi-partisan support, Australia is now ready to export uranium to India". There are over 60,000 Indian students in Australia and increasing number of Australian students are also coming to study in India. "We would, therefore, actively work to cooperate more ... [Full Article...]

Feds file gun theft charge against Joseph Jakubowski, captured Friday

Feds file gun theft charge against Joseph Jakubowski, captured Friday Tolomeo said, "At this time, I want to stress with his arrest there is no other credible threat related to him in the Wisconsin community". He shared details of Jakubowski's arrest . Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden told NBC News on Tuesday that the mailed manifesto was being analyzed by the Secret Service. He did say, 'you're the first person who's listened to me.' He seemed very exhaust... [Full Article...]

Russia: Syria probe must involve many nations

Russia's alleged meddling in the US presidential election also hovered over the first face-to-face encounter between Putin and a Trump administration Cabinet member. attacked in retaliation. Earlier this week, Turkish doctors said tests they had carried out confirmed that sarin gas was used. The mission's findings are expected to be be reported in three weeks. [Full Article...]

North Korean missile explodes at launch

Washington has voiced concerns over Pyongyang's tests, but the North says such launches are an act of deterrence against a potential invasion by the US or South Korea. The North has a habit of firing off missiles to mark major political anniversaries, or as gestures of defiance to top United States officials visiting the region. [Full Article...]

Easter Egg Hunt never fails to draw a crowd

Thursday and the Columbus Optimist Club will hold another at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 15, in Pawnee Park. We can't believe it's Easter already next weekend! There will be 500 eggs for them to gather. The Edwardsville Knights of Columbus, meanwhile , is getting a jump on things with its Easter egg hunt scheduled from 1 3 p.m. Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Marine Road. [Full Article...]

Washington lobbying firm that worked for Trump advisers registers as foreign agents

Such a move would add a new embarrassment to an administration dealing with investigations into possible collaboration with Russian Federation during last year's campaign. When he said it was " time to drain the swamp in Washington , D.C.", Trump attacked his opponent, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, for taking "massive sums of money from registered foreign lobbyists". [Full Article...]

Vettel takes Bahrain GP victory as penalty ruins Hamilton's hopes

Hamilton's race was further compromised by a five-second penalty for driving unnecessarily slowly at the pit lane entry when he did come in, a deliberate move to create a gap with Bottas ahead in the queue. "Valtteri found some great pace", Hamilton said. Struggling reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel failed to even make Q3. "When the tyres were new, they were OK, but very quickly when yo... [Full Article...]

Top US diplomat Haley says no Syria peace with Assad

On Friday, the U.S. carried out missile strikes on a Syrian air base it says is suspected of storing chemical weapons. ABC News reported that 20 Syrian aircraft were hit and demolished in Thursday's strike, which is welcoming news for Syrians who have to deal with barrel bombing from the Assad Regime on a constant basis. [Full Article...]

Boris Johnson tells North Korea it must stick to United Nations resolutions

North Korea launched a long-range rocket and conducted two nuclear tests previous year, including its most powerful to date, and there have been a slew of shorter range missile firings. North Korea has spent decades trying to develop operational nuclear weapons. "I have great confidence that China will properly deal with North Korea", he tweeted ."If they are unable to do so, the US, with its all... [Full Article...]

Kapanen scores double OT winner as Leafs beat Capitals 4-3

Kapanen scores double OT winner as Leafs beat Capitals 4-3 What if Brett Connollys shot hadnt rang off the post? What if Marcus Johansson, who was alone in the slot in the dying seconds of the third period, managed to squeeze the puck past Toronto's goalie? "We'll know more - guys are in right now and we'll know more for sure after they've checked in. [Full Article...]

BMW, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz: good riddance O'Reilly

Rowe Price said in a statement reported by The Daily Beast . A spokesperson for BMW of North America told BuzzFeed News it would suspend its advertising on "The O'Reilly Factor " in light of the allegations. Walsh said she came forward because she was told by a Times reporter that numerous women who have accused O'Reilly of harassment are bound by gag orders. [Full Article...]

Egypt in state of emergency after twin church bombings

Egypt in state of emergency after twin church bombings George Church in the Nile Delta town of Tanta, where at least 27 people were killed and 78 others wounded, officials said . The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the two attacks that came about three hours apart. Coptic Christians make up about 10 per cent of Egypt's population of 85 million. Following the attacks, Egypt declared a three-month state of emergency. [Full Article...]

Kiwi arrested in Irish drug bust

Kiwi arrested in Irish drug bust Police found 300 cannabis plants in one room and another room set up for growing more plants. The New Zealand man is being held at Fermoy Garda (police) station. Under Irish law, they can be held for seven days before they have to be charged, or released without charge. They raided a house in County Cork, which is believed to be run by a Chinese triad gang. [Full Article...]

N. Korea fails in new missile test: Seoul

The report included no further details on the call between State Councilor Yang and Tillerson. China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi, released a warning that if North Korea won't stop with such provocations, a conflict could break out in the region "at any moment". [Full Article...]

North Korean medium-range missile test fails, US says

Pointing to the quarter-century since North Korea first obtained nuclear weapons, the vice president said a period of patience followed. North Korea conducted two nuclear tests past year alone, advancing its goal to make nuclear weapons small enough to fit on long-range missiles. [Full Article...]

Corea Nord: pronti rispondere a nucleare

Attacco preventivo . Secondo un rapporto dell'intelligence Usa secondo cui gli Stati Uniti sarebbero pronti a compiere un attacco preventivo nei confronti della Corea del Nord nel caso di un nuovo test nucleare, e dalle successive dichiarazioni del vice ministro degli Esteri di Pyongyang , Han Song Ryol, secondo cui la Corea del Nord è pronta a scendere in guerra contro gli Stati Unti se ... [Full Article...]

Hillary Clinton calls for strikes against Syrian airfields

Clinton, who was speaking to The New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof at the Women in the World summit , said she still can not fathom that 53% of white women voted for her rival Donald Trump. The former presidential candidate shared her thoughts on president Donald Trump's latest airstrikes on Syria. Her answer drew applause from the audience at the women's summit, hosted by New York Time... [Full Article...]

Yorkshire police officers join tributes to PC Keith Palmer

STAFF and officers at the headquarters of Dorset Police observed a two minute silence to honour a fallen colleague. Officers from Wrexham town centre stood silent outside the police station to pay their respects and to honour PC Palmer. Members of the public also began to line the barriers several hours before the service began. Well-wishers joined officers who bowed their heads in tribute alo... [Full Article...]

China, US working on 'North Korea problem'

In a broadcast interview that aired on Sunday, McMaster said the US would rely on its allies as well as on Chinese leadership to resolve the issues with North Korea. People watch a TV showing North Korea's missiles during Saturday's military parade in Pyongyang in North Korea, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, April 16, 2017 . [Full Article...]

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