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Survey: Afghans more optimistic for future

Survey: Afghans more optimistic for future

Dec 05, – A year before the scheduled drawdown of NATO forces, a majority of Afghans say their country is moving in the right direction, despite high concerns about insecurity, corruption and unemployment, according to a survey. With a presidential election approaching and ISAF troops preparing to leave the country by the end of 2014, […]

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Four dead, 48 injured after commuter train derails in New York city

Four dead, 48 injured after commuter train derails in New York city

Dec 01, New York – Four people reportedly died Sunday morning when several Metro North cars derailed in the New York, police sources and officials told. The Fire Department of New York says there are also “multiple injuries” in a passenger train derailment, but the extent of the injuries is still unclear. The FDNY says […]

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Rajesh and Nupur Talwar guilty of Aarushi and Hemraj murders

Rajesh and Nupur Talwar guilty of Aarushi and Hemraj murders

Nov 25, – An Indian couple have been convicted of murdering their daughter Aarushi Talwar and their domestic servant, Hemraj. The 14-year-old only daughter of dentists Rajesh and Nupur Talwar was found dead at home in May 2008 with her throat slit and a fatal head injury. Suspicion initially fell on Hemraj until his bludgeoned […]

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107-year-old man killed in US shootout

107-year-old man killed in US shootout

Sep 08, – A 107-year-old Arkansas man was killed during a shootout with US police and SWAT team members, local authorities said. Police were responding to a disturbance at a house in Pine Bluff city on Saturday afternoon and determined that suspect Monroe Isadore had pointed a gun at two people, according to a statement […]

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Pakistan accuses Indian troops of wounding 6 civilians along LOC

Pakistan accuses Indian troops of wounding 6 civilians along LOC

Aug 16, ISLAMABAD — The Pakistani military on Friday accused Indian troops of firing across the disputed Kashmir border and wounding six civilians, the latest in a series of alleged attacks that have sparked tension between the nuclear-armed rivals. The violence along the border over the last 10 days threatens to derail an expressed desire […]

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