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Author: 0 Vote for BJP, Blame Yourself for Dengue: Arvind Kejriwal

Later in the day, he attended a meeting with party leaders at Delhi BJP office and made calls to presidents of district units to ensure maximum voting. "If someone in your home falls ill then you are responsible because you voted for the party which is synonymous to chikungunya, malaria, dengue and garbage", Kejriwal said.

Author: 0 US carrier heading for Korea trains with Japanese destroyers

The nuclear threat from North Korea has dominated Malcolm Turnbull's official talks with US Vice President Mike Pence. The piece went on to compare the USS Carl Vinson strike group - which the US directed to the Korean Pensinsula this week amid an escalating war of words between the isolated dictatorship and the USA - to a " gross animal ".

Author: 0 Israel marks annual Holocaust Remembrance Day

U.S. President Donald Trump looks on prior to signing financial services executive orders at the Treasury Department in Washington, U.S., April 21, 2017. Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin will sing the Kaddish, the traditional Jewish prayer recited to commemorate those who have died. Places of entertainment and restaurants shut their doors and TV stations either cease broadcasting or dedicate programming nearly exclusively to Holocaust documentaries, interviews with survivors and ...

Author: 0 Israel refuses negotiation over mass Palestinian hunger strike

Israeli authorities have reportedly begun reprisals against hunger-striking prisoners, including with transfers, isolation and confiscation of personal belongings. If continued the strike, being led by jailed Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti , would be the largest in recent years. Since Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza Strip 50 years ago, more than 750,000 Palestinians have been arrested by Israeli forces, according to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics.

Author: 0 Australia, New Zealand back Trump on possible WTO action on Canada dairy

The ambassador told reporters in Halifax on Wednesday that earlier written appeals from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to the White House demanding action on the dairy file contained "factual errors" and noted the goal of his strongly-worded response was to "set the record straight".

Global News Author and conservationist Kuki Gallmann shot in Kenya
Author: 0 Author and conservationist Kuki Gallmann shot in Kenya

A luxury hotel there had already been burnt down last month. Gallman, who was shot in the stomach, is being treated at the Nanyuki Hospital and expected to be airlifted to Nairobi soon. Ranchers, however, say the land invasions are politically motivated and part of plans to take over their land. Numerous farmers' association's members are in the tourism business, Evans said.

Global News Police officer killed in Paris was on duty at Bataclan
Author: 0 Police officer killed in Paris was on duty at Bataclan

Two other officers were also injured in the attack. The policeman killed on Paris' most famous boulevard has been identified as Xavier Jugele by Flag! , a French association of LGBT police officers. Paris prosecutor Francois Molins told reporters Friday that Cheurfi had a history of attacking police officers and had already served 11-years in prison for trying to kill another police officer in 2005.

Author: 0 Pope Likens Refugee Centers To 'Concentration Camps'

He met a Middle Eastern refugee who said his Christian wife had been killed by militant Islamists for refusing to throw her crucifix to the ground. The asylum seeker and his three children were forced to flee the village and eventually made it to the Greek island of Lesbos, where they were resettled to a prison-like detention facility, visited by the Pope.

Author: 0 Korea starts celebrating birthday of country's founder

Kim did not deliver a message at Kim Il Sung Square, where the event was held, but Choe Ryong-hae, vice chairman of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea, said in defiant speech that the North was "prepared to respond to an all-out war" and use its nuclear weapons.

Global News Police arrest 12yo boy trying to drive across Australia
Author: 0 Police arrest 12yo boy trying to drive across Australia

He is believed to have driven from Kendall near Port Macquarie on the NSW east coast and was heading for Perth. The journey to Perth would traverse the harsh Australian desert and cover more than 4000 kilometres. It recommends drivers to "carry extra petrol and plenty of water and food". Local police were alerted after the boy was spotted driving through the town in a van.

Author: 0 US, China working 'closely' on North Korea: Mattis

A Security Council diplomat familiar with the negotiations confirmed that the draft press statement was approved by China, the North's closest ally, as well as the other permanent members of the Security Council. Only this time, the missile flies right across the Pacific Ocean toward the western United States coastline, before appearing to come crashing down on San Francisco in a giant ball of flames.

Author: 0 Mulvaney says no shutdown, even with border ask

Trump will speak on Sunday with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping, a senior administration official says, with the rising tensions with North Korea expected to be discussed. On Sunday Mulvaney - who before his current role was a conservative Republican in Congress aligned with debt-focused Tea Party - was asked whether the plan would add to the deficit.

Author: 0 Bill O'Reilly quits Fox News

O'Reilly, who previously denied any wrongdoing, issued a statement on Wednesday reflecting on his 20 years with the network, saying, "It is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims". Following the memo, Fox announced "Tucker Carlson Tonight" will begin airing an hour earlier to fill the time slot vacated byO'Reilly. It is the end of an era here at the Fox News Channel.

Author: 0 Afghan officials: 100 casualties in Afghanistan attack

A number of German and other foreign soldiers are based in Mazar-i-Sharif, including about 70 who advise the corps headquarters as part of a Nato-led multinational mission to advise and train the Afghan security forces. The Afghan government has declared Sunday a day of national mourning. Like many, he questioned the failure of those on duty and said the attack was highly unlikely without inside help.

Global News How the Region will remember Vimy Ridge
Author: 0 How the Region will remember Vimy Ridge

British and French forces had tried for a long time but failed to take Vimy Ridge. "The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, accompanying The Prince of Wales, today attended the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge in France". "Those that fought at Vimy tell us that nationalism only leads to war and that fundamentalism only leads to destruction", he said. And they remind us that one can not exist without the other.

Global News Pakistan's top court rules prime minister can stay in power
Author: 0 Pakistan's top court rules prime minister can stay in power

Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and Justice Gulzar Ahmed ruled Sharif should be disqualified, whereas the other three, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, Justice Azmat Saeed and Justice Ijazul Ahsan, chose to form a JIT. A member of the larger bench Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan had observed that the Panamagate verdict would not just concern the Sharif family, but it would, in fact, set in motion a law which would last for centuries.

Author: 0 President extends Easter good wishes; asks to remove hatred

Good Friday is the part of the so-called Easter triduum or the final 3 days, including Holy Thursday and Holy Saturday, climaxing to Easter on Sunday. The Egyptian government needs to do more to protect Coptic Christians from a "wave of persecution" the following bombings said Bishop Macarius, head of the Coptic diocese in Minya, south of Cairo.

Global News French Voters Begin Casting Ballots in Presidential Election
Author: 0 French Voters Begin Casting Ballots in Presidential Election

This is the first election to be held under a state of emergency called after the 2015 Paris attacks, and observers say last week's shooting could bring out many voters who had otherwise planned to abstain. A French exit could ignite a death spiral for the EU, the euro and the whole idea of European unity that was borne out of the bloodshed of World War II.

Global News Edmonton police arrest man and woman in dead toddler case
Author: 0 Edmonton police arrest man and woman in dead toddler case

Investigators have said they believe the boy's body was left near the Good Shepherd Anglican Church on Tuesday morning, three days before it was found by a passerby on Friday. People passing by the church in the morning begin to drop off flowers and toys at a makeshift shrine for the toddler. Police arrested two people in relation to the toddler's death on Saturday.

Global News United CEO says he felt 'shame' over incident with passenger
Author: 0 United CEO says he felt 'shame' over incident with passenger

Much of the uproar stemmed from Dao's status as a paying passenger who was being removed, against his will, to make room for additional crew members on the overbooked flight. In reply to this previous statement of Munoz, the Dubai-based airlines emphasized their current standing on TripAdvisor as the best airline. A spokesman for Corboy & Demetrio, one of the firms acting on behalf of the doctor, said he is still being treated in hospital but one of his relatives is expected to give a news ...

Author: 0 Theresa May wins Parliament vote to hold snap elections on June 8

May succeeded David Cameron as prime minister past year after he stepped down because he had backed the failing " remain " side in the June 23 referendum on whether the nation should stay a part of the European Union or leave it. Half of Britons back Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives ahead of a snap general election in June, according to a new opinion poll published Sunday.

Author: 0 Theresa May wins Parliament's backing for snap UK election

Britain's most recent general election was in 2015 and before the April 19 vote, the next one was to have been held in 2020. Mr Blair said he feared that winning a large majority would effectively hand Theresa May "a blank cheque for Brexit at any costs", which was not in the interests of the country.

Global News Blake Griffin Out for the Rest of the Playoffs with Toe Injury
Author: 0 Blake Griffin Out for the Rest of the Playoffs with Toe Injury

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert has been declared out of Friday's Game 3 due to the knee injury he suffered in the opener of the seven-game series against the Los Angeles Clippers. Attack-Attack-Attack.it worked out just fine for LA in Game 2 , no reason they should stray away from it. It's made a team with some of the most recognizable names in the sport into something of a laughingstock despite its success .

Author: 0 Saudi king names son as US envoy as ties boosted with Trump

It said Salman and Sissi would discuss "regional and global issues of common interest", and "the struggle against terrorism which threatens security and stability". Moscow is Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's leading patron, Saudi Arabia is an integral supporter of the rebels battling Assad's regime. Saudi Arabian state oil company Aramco decided in March to resume oil shipments to Egypt following a six months suspension.

Global News Death toll rises to 140 after Taliban attack in Afghanistan
Author: 0 Death toll rises to 140 after Taliban attack in Afghanistan

The statement said that the terrorist attack is a stark reminder of the need to immediately dismantle the safe havens and sanctuaries that support and sustain terrorism in Afghanistan from outside its borders. By the end of the bloodshed Friday, "I saw more than 80 to 100 people killed in front of me", the 25-year-old soldier said. The presidential palace has still not however confirmed or rejected claims that the base had been infiltrated by insurgents and that they had received inside help.

Global News Canadian women begin 2-0 at Kitakyushu Sevens
Author: 0 Canadian women begin 2-0 at Kitakyushu Sevens

A nice passing move between Landry and Jen Kish then led to Kish dotting down in the right-hand corner, and Landry slotted a big kick from wide out to make it 14-7 to Canada. New Zealand's control and patience yielded a try to Michael Blyde and they were sitting pretty at 14-0. The second half remained scoreless until 32 seconds remained, when Williams carved through the heart of the England defence.

Global News OSCE monitor killed in Ukraine when mine blows up vehicle
Author: 0 OSCE monitor killed in Ukraine when mine blows up vehicle

OSCE officials in Kiev said the identity and nationality of the slain person had yet to be identified, adding that they were trying to notify the person's next-of-kin. Ukraine's military said no fighting was occurring in the area because the sides were honouring a temporary truce agreement that went into effect on April 1.

Global News Kashmir violence: JK Police calls on its personnel to exercise 'extreme caution'
Author: 0 Kashmir violence: JK Police calls on its personnel to exercise 'extreme caution'

Classes in colleges across Kashmir remained suspended as a precautionary measure for the third consecutive day in wake of the students' protests against the alleged high-handedness of security forces. Police said Students of a local college objected to the setting up of a "Naka" (checkpost) outside the college and engaged in stone-pelting against the security forces, police said.

Author: 0 I fear tampering with EVMs in MCD polls too: Kejriwal

E-rickshaws decked with the banners and pamphlets of respective political parties were seen doing rounds of different localities across the city. Former chief minister Sheila Dikshit has said that the MCD polls would prove to be a litmus test for Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken.

Author: 0 Delhi Police Serves Summons to Dinakaran in Bribery Case

Emerging from a "consultative" meeting chaired by chief minister E.K. Palaniswami, finance minister D. Jayakumar declared that the "unanimous" decision was taken in tune with the aspirations of the party cadres and people. Speaking in Perikulam in Theni district, about 520 km from here, Panneerselvam told the media: "Our stand is that Sasikala and her family members should not be in the party".

Author: 0 Israeli police: Palestinian stabs 4 in Tel Aviv

After initially saying the motivation of the attack was unclear, police later determined that it appeared to be a terror attack. The incident was the latest in a wave of violence that has claimed the lives of at least 241 Palestinians, 41 Israelis, two US nationals, a British tourist, and two African asylum seekers since September 2015.

Global News Le Pen Says France Not Responsible for Nazi's Vel d'Hiv Round-Up
Author: 0 Le Pen Says France Not Responsible for Nazi's Vel d'Hiv Round-Up

Most of the Jews were crammed in appalling conditions into the Velodrome d'Hiver or Winter Velodrome cycling stadium, colloquially known as the Vel d'Hiv, before being deported to the Auschwitz extermination camp. However Le Pen spins this, her words are a reminder of the ugly strains of anti-Semitism and historical revisionism still present in the National Front, despite her efforts to give the party a respectable makeover.

Global News Trump's visa executive order could have big impacts on Tennessee
Author: 0 Trump's visa executive order could have big impacts on Tennessee

On Tuesday President Trump signed an executive order meant to reform certain work visa programs in an effort to bolster jobs for Americans. Around 85,000 foreign workers are admitted to the USA each year under the current H-1B visa programme, with most coming to work in high-skill industries.

Author: 0 Ford unveils 1st gasoline-electric hybrid

With the rising pollution level in the country, the Government of India is laying increased emphasis on adoption of electric vehicles. It is due to go on sale next year. Electric cars are exempt from sales tax and quotas on license plates ssued in Beijing, Shanghai and other cities to curb congestion and smog . "That will create a market pull rather than the government forcing action", he said.