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Chicago clashes after police kill black man

CHICAGO: Police in Chicago have clashed with protesters after an officer fatally shot a black man who was suspected of carrying a gun.

33 injured after loss of cabin pressure forces emergency landing in Germany

Thirty-three people were injured after the cabin of a Ryanair flight depressurized, leading the plane to plunge 9,000 meters and forcing an emergency landing at Frankfurt-Hahn Airport, Germany's Federal Police said on Saturday.

7 arrested in Morocco with IS links

In its continued crackdown on jihadi elements, Moroccan security agencies have busted a pro-Islamic State (IS) terror module with the arrest of seven persons, the Interior Ministry said.

Over 2,500 children separated at US border awaiting reunification

WASHINGTON: More than 2,500 children are waiting to be reunited with their parents after being separated at the US border, according to the latest government estimate.

Sharif, daughter on way to Pakistan to face jail

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz, both sentenced to long jail terms in Avenfield properties corruption case, are due to return home from London on Friday to begin their prison sentence.

58 immigrant children reunited, says US officials

Fifty-eight immigrant children under the age of five have been reunited with their parents after being separated at the US border, officials said in a filing.

Had damaging information on Trump: FBI agent

Controversial FBI agent Peter Strzok said on Thursday that he had damaging information on US Prtesident Donald Trump during the 2016 US presidential election that may have derailed his campaign.

Stormy Daniels arrested at strip club

American porn star Stormy Daniels was arrested at a strip club for allegedly allowing a patron to touch her while on stage in a "nonsexual manner", her lawyer, Michael Avenatti said Thursday morning.

Trump suggests NATO countries to double defence spending

 US President Donald Trump suggested the NATO countries to increase their defence spending to 4 per cent -- doubling the 2 per cent target that many members of the bloc were yet to meet.

Japan floods toll reaches 199

The death toll from devastating floods resulting from torrential rains in Japan has increased to 199, a government official said on Thursday.

Political leader among 14 killed in Pakistan suicide blast

At least 14 people, including a political leader, were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up late on Tuesday in Peshawar in Pakistan, police said.

US judge extends deadline to reunite migrant children

A US federal judge has agreed to extend Tuesday's deadline for the government to reunite 102 migrant children under the age of five who were separated from their parents under President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy.

Japan floods toll increase to 104

The death toll from devastating floods resulting from torrential rains pounding Japan has increased to 104, with 56 others reported missing, authorities said on Monday.

Japan floods: Toll reaches 85, 2mn forced to evacuate

The death toll from the devastating floods after record rains pounded Japan has increased to 85, with two million others forced to evacuate from their homes, authorities said on Monday.

US begins trade war against China, Beijing to 'fight back'

WASHINGTON: A trade war between US and China officially began on Friday as President Donald Trump's administration imposed tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese products, with Beijing vowing to "fight back".

Hindu Center launched in Luxembourg

NEVADA: A Hindu Center has reportedly been launched in the Beggen district of Luxembourg.

China welcomes Air India's decision to change Taiwan's name

 China on Thursday welcomed Indian flag carrier Air India's decision to refer to self-ruled Taiwan as Chinese Taipei, saying foreign companies must respect the country's sovereignty.

Trump wishes US happy Fourth of July

US President Donald Trump wished the nation a happy Fourth of July, the American Independence Day which commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.

SC vacancy: Trump interviews Indian American judge under consideration

Indian American federal appeals court judge Amul Thapar has emerged as a "serious" contender for a spot in the US Supreme court and has been interviewed for the position by President Donald Trump, according media reports.

Trump celebrates 6-month anniversary of tax cuts

US President Donald Trump celebrated the six-month anniversary of the massive tax cuts he enacted and whose positive results are shown on the macroeconomic indicators of the country.

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