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Global Media Take US, China help in Kashmir, says senior Abdullah
Author: 0 Take US, China help in Kashmir, says senior Abdullah

Recently, China, the all-weather ally of Pakistan , had said that it was "willing to play a constructive role in improving relations between India and Pakistan". "What is the situation in Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq today?" There are many bigger issues across the world, which have worsened. The BJP reacted by blaming the country's first prime minister and Rahul's great-grandfather Jawaharlal Nehru and the Gandhi family for all the problems in Kashmir.

Global Media USS Ford Will Join The Fleet, But Deployment Is 4 Years Away
Author: 0 USS Ford Will Join The Fleet, But Deployment Is 4 Years Away

Trump was among a guest list that included Defense Secretary James Mattis , Acting Navy Secretary Sean Stackley, former Vice President Dick Cheney , former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and members of Congress . Around 2,600 sailors will work and call the ship home once it's fully operational. 'To every patriot who will serve on this ship, I say this: Keep the watch, protect her and defend her, ' he said.

Global Media U.S. blocks $350mn Military aid to Pakistan
Author: 0 U.S. blocks $350mn Military aid to Pakistan

Defense Secretary James Mattis and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford made the rounds Wednesday on Capitol Hill, reportedly briefing lawmakers on the White House's strategy for Afghanistan and on the ongoing coalition campaign to defeat Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

Author: 0 Three Israelis reportedly killed, one wounded in West Bank stabbing attack

The Palestinian Red Crescent claims at least 113 Palestinians have been injured, while Israeli police claim four of their officers were hurt. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas announced earlier Friday it would freeze contact with Israel at "all levels until it cancel the steps taken against our people in Al-Aqsa and in Jerusalem", the Times of Israel reported .

Global Media Sessions Discussed Trump Campaign With Russian Ambassador, Washington Post Reports
Author: 0 Sessions Discussed Trump Campaign With Russian Ambassador, Washington Post Reports

It quoted one former official as saying the intercepts suggest Sessions and Kislyak had "substantive" talks on issues including Trump's positions on Russia-related subjects and prospects for bilateral relations in a Trump administration. Sessions was a foreign policy adviser to Trump and major campaign supporter at the time. However, Kislyak, in briefing his superiors on the meetings, said he and Sessions discussed campaign-related matters including policy issues important to Moscow , the ...

Author: 0 USA to cut military reimbursements to nuclear-armed Pakistan

The Pentagon will withhold the remaining $ 50 million in military reimbursements to Pakistan for fiscal year 2016 after U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told Congress that Islamabad had not taken sufficient action against the Haqqani network, a U.S.

Global Media Martial law extended in Philippines Mindanao
Author: 0 Martial law extended in Philippines Mindanao

ABS party-list Rep. and House Assistant Minority Leader Eugene Michael de Vera warned that Congress members who will not show up today will violate a constitutional duty and may be subjected to discipline. Some opponents argued that government forces could deal with the attack in lakeside Marawi, a center of Islamic faith in the southern third of the largely Roman Catholic nation, without resorting to martial law.

Global Media Nissan Leaf improves one-pedal driving
Author: 0 Nissan Leaf improves one-pedal driving

The e-Pedal technology represents another key milestone in Nissan's commitment to bring accessible, advanced driver assistance technologies to the mainstream. Known as vehicle-to-home (V2H) and vehicle-to-grid (V2G), these programmes essentially recognise the Leaf's batteries are a power source first and foremost and consider how such a source might be used when they're not powering the auto.

Global Media Facebook Restores Blocked Catholic Pages, Blames 'Spam Detection' Software
Author: 0 Facebook Restores Blocked Catholic Pages, Blames 'Spam Detection' Software

Of the known affected Catholic pages, 21 are based in Brazil, and four are English-language pages, with administrators in the USA and Africa. Some administrators of the previously blocked pages told ChurchPop .com that they had sent lawyers to the Facebook offices in Brazil to demand that the pages be restored, although it is unclear if this was a decisive factor in the restorations.

Global Media Qatar says UAE source of hacking that sparked Gulf row
Author: 0 Qatar says UAE source of hacking that sparked Gulf row

It holds tight on two main principles: combating terrorism and political propaganda. North Korea's missile-testing program has, if anything, accelerated since Trump came to office. We need a solution that will stick. Prince Tamim congratulated Erdogan on the occasion of the Democracy and National Unity Day, according to Turkish presidential sources.

Global Media Slight majority want Democrats to retake power in 2018, poll says
Author: 0 Slight majority want Democrats to retake power in 2018, poll says

The poll of 1,001 adults, though, has a 3.1% margin of error, meaning Trump and Clinton could possibly be tied for likeability. In the question on control of Congress , registered partisans almost unanimously back their respective parties, leaving the result driven by independents: Half prefer Democratic control of Congress , 36 percent, Republican.

Global Media Brazilian judge seizes $2.8 million in Silva's pension funds
Author: 0 Brazilian judge seizes $2.8 million in Silva's pension funds

Last week, Moro sentenced Silva to 9 1/2 years in prison in connection with a graft probe involving state-run oil giant Petrobras. He also underlined that the lack of material evidence and the contradictions (by Judge Moro) highlighted during the entire trial reaffirm the nature of lawfare, understood as the bad use of the laws to demonize a political enemy.

Global Media Residents, tourists in Greece sleep outdoors after quake
Author: 0 Residents, tourists in Greece sleep outdoors after quake

Fire service rescue chief Stephanos Kolokouris said a search of dozens of villages and other sites on the island found no residents trapped in their homes. "The instant reaction was to get ourselves out of the room", said Christopher Hackland of Edinburgh, Scotland, who is a scuba instructor on Kos. The Turkish television reported that the quake triggered high waves off Gumbet near Bodrum which flooded the road and left parked cars stranded.

Global Media United States says ban on laptops in airplane cabins has been lifted
Author: 0 United States says ban on laptops in airplane cabins has been lifted

In March, the United States announced a ban on all electronics larger than a standard smartphone on board direct flights out of countries across the Middle East. They will include enhanced screening of electronic devices, more thorough passenger vetting and new measures created to mitigate the potential threat of insider attacks.

Author: 0 Thousands protest in Amman over Israeli measures in Jerusalem

In a joint statement, the heads of all 13 Christian communities in the city strongly condemned the attack and voiced concern about any changes to the historical agreement regulating access to religious sites in the Holy Land. Palestinians have planned fresh demonstrations over new security measures at the holy site in occupied East Jerusalem , a week after a deadly shoot-out at the compound that triggered heightened tensions.

Global Media Lebanon-Syria: Hezbollah-loyalist offensive on Arsal begins
Author: 0 Lebanon-Syria: Hezbollah-loyalist offensive on Arsal begins

While the sounds of sporadic shelling on the south-eastern positions of Arsal were still heard, the Lebanese army has tightened measures to prevent armed militants from escaping into the town, the NNA added. A Lebanese security source said refugees living in the area were fleeing toward Arsal and United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, spokeswoman Lisa Abou Khaled said only a small number of people had fled to Arsal so far.

Global Media American lawmaker to lead protest against Duterte if he visits US
Author: 0 American lawmaker to lead protest against Duterte if he visits US

A handout photo made available by Philippine Army shows Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (2-L) meeting government troops during a visit at a military camp in Marawi city, southern Philippines, 20 July 2017. Rodrigo Duterte's rise in Philippine politics began in the spring of 2016. "It would be good for the US Congress to start with their own investigation of their own violations of the so many civilian killings or killed in the prosecution of the war in the Middle East", he said.

Global Media US Senate panel approves nomination of Christopher Wray as new Federal Bureau of Investigation director
Author: 0 US Senate panel approves nomination of Christopher Wray as new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Wray during his confirmation hearing last week told the committee that he would vacate his post before carrying out an order from the president he believed to be unlawful. "Mr. Wray's worked closely with the FBI throughout his career and he unquestionably has the credentials to lead the Bureau well", Sen. The praise for Wray did not rub off on the President who picked him following Trump's recent interview with the New York Times .