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The plot was uncovered after the busting of gun smuggling syndicate. He said he would file countercharges against agents who arrested Ta-ala in Villa Cristina Subdivision in Barangay Tangub. The items are then sold to gun enthusiasts and shipped using local courier services. The official said the group of Ta-ala has been selling the gun parts and accessories through the PInoy Pistol Forum website.
  • United Nations slams France's burkini ban in damning intervention

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    Former French president Nicholas Sarkozy said on Monday he would change the country's constitution to ban full-body burkini swimsuits if he is re-elected to his former role. The Human Rights Office added that "according to global human rights standards, limitations on manifestations of religion or belief, including choice of clothing, are only permitted in very limited circumstances, including public safety, public order, and public health or morals".
  • Presumed gunman who opened fire on drug raid police dies

    Presumed gunman who opened fire on drug raid police dies

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    Residents of a freewheeling, semi-autonomous Copenhagen neighbourhood on Friday tore down the stalls of a busy cannabis market after a brutal shooting prompted a public backlash. Police tracked down the suspect several hours later 5 kilometers (3 miles) to the south in Kastrup near the airport and shot him early Thursday. But while police regularly conduct raids in the area, shootouts with suspects are rare.
  • Israel plans new homes in West Bank settlements

    Israel plans new homes in West Bank settlements

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    Of those, 51 housing units will be newly built, while 178 units built without permits in one settlement in the 1980s received retroactive approval , Haaretz reported. Now at least 570,000 Israelis live in settlements. On Tuesday, the office of the Israeli prime minister slammed remarks made by the United Nations envoy to the Middle East which criticized Israel for its continuous settlement expansion, saying the envoy was "distorting history and global law".
  • Prefer to die than compromise on AAP's core values: Kejriwal

    Prefer to die than compromise on AAP's core values: Kejriwal

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    The CD must be authenticated". "He also said that action would be initiated against those who indulge in wrongdoings and he has proved the same", Jain told reporters in New Delhi . Last week, the party also removed its Punjab convener Sucha Singh Chottepur after receiving evidence of him taking a bribe. In a CD sent anonymously to media houses, Minister of Women and child welfare - Sandeep Kuma allegedly figures with two different women.
  • Suspected mastermind of Bangladesh cafe attack killed by police

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    After receiving a tip that several terror suspects were hiding out in a two-story house near Dhaka , counterterrorism police raided the house, leading to a shootout. He will meet Ms Hasina and hold talks with his counterpart Mahmood Ali "on a broad range of issues, including democracy, development, security and human rights", a senior state department official said.
  • Keane urges players to cherish Ireland duty

    Keane urges players to cherish Ireland duty

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    Keane will win his 146th cap as he attempts to add to his record tally of 67 goals for his country at the Aviva Stadium on a night which will single the end of an era. I was there for 20 minutes signing the lads' jerseys, so it didn't really hit me. Ireland started brightly with Robbie Brady picking up where he left of in France at The European Championships by opening the scoring on the 8th minute from a well-executed free kick on the edge of the 18 yard box.
  • Human Rights Watch: Palestinians abuse media, activists

    Human Rights Watch: Palestinians abuse media, activists

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    A spokesman for Palestinian Authority security forces in the West Bank, Adnan al-Damiri, said: "We are committed to the worldwide treaties that we signed and respect for human rights". "I see that some of those who were freed have resumed terrorist activities, and to key positions in terrorist organizations, and in terrorist acts", Lieberman said, referring to a 2011 deal that freed Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit from more than five years in captivity in Gaza.
  • Stars are aligning for German bank merger fest

    Stars are aligning for German bank merger fest

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    However, the European stock for both banks rose after the reports were released on Wednesday by the Germany's Manager Magazin . We need more mergers, at a national level, but even also across national borders. "The regulatory trend at the moment is moving in the direction of shrinking rather than growing banks", he said. Mergers among banks could help remove capacity, increasing banks' pricing power and opening the way to healthier profits.
  • Explosion at Brussels criminology institute, no casualties: Broadcaster

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    The building, in the Neder-Over-Hembeek suburb of northern Brussels, is actually linked to the country's Ministry of Justice. Belgian media said the blast caused a "significant" damage to the building, the BBC said. But certainly not the first one we are thinking about. "We are thinking more of deliberate arson by organized crime". "Five people who were detained earlier have been released after interrogation".
  • Clinton says controversies behind her; Trump begs to differ

    Clinton says controversies behind her; Trump begs to differ

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    Trump said that because the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the DOJ "whitewashed Clinton's email crimes", they can not be trusted to impartially investigate the charity. Despite plans announced earlier this week to reorganize the Clinton Foundation if Hillary Clinton wins the November 8 election, USA Today said the global charity must close for the Democratic candidate to avoid any appearance of unethical ties.
  • Black schoolgirls in South Africa are protesting against 'racist' hair policy

    Black schoolgirls in South Africa are protesting against 'racist' hair policy

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    It all started with the protest by a group of young black girls from Pretoria Girls' High. A quick bit of background: The school was founded in 1902 for whites-only and continued that way through the apartheid era. The school's code of conduct states hair "must be brushed", styles be "conservative", and that cornrows, natural dreadlocks and braids had to be "a maximum of 10mm in diameter".
  • Molefe denies being captured by the Guptas

    Molefe denies being captured by the Guptas

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    Molefe said that according to the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Eskom can not blacklist doing business with Tegeta without giving clear evidence of wrongdoing by the Guptas. supplies to Eskom". "Not to do business with Tegeta would require us to blacklist the company", he said. The Treasury said Gordhan escalated the matter to Ngubane, raising concerns about advance payments made to Tegeta, but this also failed to bear fruit.
  • Nothing To Forgive, Says Jain Monk About Vishal Dadlani; Police Disagrees

    Nothing To Forgive, Says Jain Monk About Vishal Dadlani; Police Disagrees

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    Dadlani did apologise to AAP members, as well as Twitter followers who took exception to his views, but also stressed his stand against "mixing religion and politics". Dubbing the incident as "unfortunate", Jain said Dadlani has apologised for what he said unintentionally. "Legal opinion has been sought for further action", said a senior police officer.
  • Gov. LePage wants to make amends, doesn't rule out resigning

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    He seemed to toy with the idea of stepping down as governor, saying if he has lost his ability to convince ME residents that he is the right person for the job, "maybe it is the time to move on". Maine's long statewide nightmare might finally be over soon. "I would like to talk to you about your comments about my being a racist, you [expletive]".
  • Thousands of migrants rescued off Libya

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    Thousands of migrants from Somalia and Eritrea were rescued off the coast of Libya on Monday. The migrants were packed on board scores of boats, many of them flimsy rubber dinghies that become dangerously unstable in high seas. The United Nations says more than 270,000 people have arrived to Europe through Italy and Greece. The Italian coastguard predicted that weather conditions would encourage the departure of further migrant boats on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila).
  • United pilots suspected of being drunk arrested in Glasgow

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    The flight carrying 141 passengers eventually took off from Glasgow later on Saturday with a different crew. A pilot from Humble was among two United Airlines pilots who were arrested Saturday in the United Kingdom after authorities said they were suspected of being intoxicated.
  • FBI to release report on Clinton emails as soon as Wednesday

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    The FBI, after a year-long investigation, recovered thousands of work-related messages it said Mrs. Clinton failed to turn over, and said there may have been others that investigators were unable to recover thanks to Mrs. The State Department is now fending off a barrage of requests to go through the 15,000 messages and release them ahead of the election. But she said the story linked to the tweet was "completely rock solid".
  • Vladimir Putin arrested at South Fla. Publix

    Vladimir Putin arrested at South Fla. Publix

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    He was charged with trespassing and resisting an officer without violence, records show. Police were called to the store in downtown West Palm Beach on Sunday, August 21, after receiving a report of a man screaming at staff members. Putin, who has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor counts, is being held in the Palm Beach county jail on $1000 bond. Vladimir Putin , a 48-year-old Florida man, was arrested in West Palm Beach after screaming at employees and refusing to leave a ...
  • USA targeted Islamic State official in Syria strike

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    A senior Islamic State leader who had a $5 million US bounty on his head has been killed in fighting in Syria, the Amaq News Agency reported Tuesday. The Islamic State has erroneously claimed its operatives are dead in the past, and the Pentagon has not confirmed his death. A powerful orator, he went on to become the voice of IS.
  • Ticket sandel - Hickey to be placed under house arrest

    Ticket sandel - Hickey to be placed under house arrest

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    Mr Hickey temporarily stood down as Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) president after his arrest at the Windsor Marapendi on August 17. However the judge ordered that Mr Hickey can not leave Brazil and his passport is being retained while the investigation continues.
  • India, Myanmar sign agreements on energy, medicine

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    Myanmar, considered one of India's strategic neighbours, shares a 1,640-km-long border with a number of northeastern states including militancy-infested Nagaland and Manipur. "They encouraged Indian companies to cooperate with Myanmar farmers in order to improve the quality of pulses production and thus ensure better marketability of the produce in India", it said.
  • Syrian Kurdish YPG says Turkish troops fire at their fighters along border

    Syrian Kurdish YPG says Turkish troops fire at their fighters along border

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    Ankara said it had killed 25 Kurdish "terrorists" in strikes on YPG positions on Sunday, a day after a Turkish soldier died in a rocket attack allegedly by the militia. ISIL is an acronym for the Islamic State (IS) group. Ankara says it is clearing both IS and the Kurdish Popular Protection Units (YPG) from the border region.
  • Bangladesh police kill 3, including suspect in Dhaka attack

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    Three suspected militants have been killed in a shootout with Bangladeshi police - including the alleged planner of a terror attack that left 22 people dead. Other leaders from Canada's 100,000-strong Bangladeshi community had similar reactions. Both Hossain and Rabbi were around 25, the police said. Mohammed Ali, president of the Bangladesh Association of Hamilton, said he was angry.
  • Attack on American University in Afghanistan ends with 12 dead

    Attack on American University in Afghanistan ends with 12 dead

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    Men in military uniforms reportedly abducted them as they traveled between the campus and their home in Kabul . "My brother-in-law's daughter, a student, has disappeared", an anxious woman told AFP outside the university. That paved the way for two gunmen armed with automatic weapons and grenades to enter the building. The siege of the university lasted nearly nine hours, before police killed the two assailants around 3:30 a.m., he added.
  • North Korea Missile Test Slammed

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    But the North is "on track to the capability to strike targets in the region - including Japan - by 2020", it said . North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is pictured smiling during a test-fire of strategic submarine-launched ballistic missile.
  • Lightning strike kills more than 300 reindeer in Norway

    Lightning strike kills more than 300 reindeer in Norway

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    Hardangervidda is the largest National Park in Norway. The animals were huddled together on the Hardangervidda plateau during a storm. "Then we will know for sure how the animals died", said Nylend. "First, there's a direct strike - this is what most people think of when they think of lightning - that hits the tree or maybe the ground nearby", Jensenius said.
  • Uzbek Dictator Karimov Suffers Brain Haemorrhage

    Uzbek Dictator Karimov Suffers Brain Haemorrhage

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    The government of Central Asia's most populous country, with reserves of oil, gas and gold, said on Sunday Karimov was undergoing hospital treatment, but gave no details. Karimov has no obvious successor , raising questions about the long-term stability of the landlocked country that has never held an election judged free and fair by global monitors.