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       HEADLINES: NIA registers FIR in Kerala’s ‘love jihad’ case                                              Gadgil slams Athirappilly project                                              Three killed after boat overturns in lake                                              Three run over by train in Alappuzha                                              Hashish oil of 20 crore seized in Idukki                                              Indian economy grew fastest under Modi govt: Amit Shah                                              298 Indians granted citizenship in past five years: Pak                                              US school teacher dies while 'laughing too hard'                                              WWII warship USS Indianapolis wreckage found after 72 years                                              Sreesanth reveals why he tucked in towel during IPL                                              Indian spinners restrict Lanka to 216 in Dambulla ODI                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         WWII warship USS Indianapolis wreckage found after 72 years    
NEW YORK: The wreckage of the Second World War cruiser USS Indianapolis has been found 18,000 feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, seven decades after it was torpedoed by the Imperial Japanese Navy submarine.

         US school teacher dies while 'laughing too hard'    
HUSTON: A US school teacher, who went for a vacation in Mexico, died after she accidentally fell off a rooftop balcony while laughing, according to a media report.

         298 Indians granted citizenship in past five years: Pak    
ISLAMABAD: A total number of 298 Indians have been given Pakistan citizenship in the last five years, claims the Pakistan interior ministry.

         Spain: 'Level 4' threat alert post Barcelona terror attack    
MADRID: Spanish authorities on Saturday decided to maintain the country's current terrorist threat alert at level 4, a notch below the maximum level which would signal an attack was imminent.

         Charlottesville violence: Donald Trump's arts council quits    
WASHINGTON D C: Several members of United States President Donald Trump's Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH) have announced their resignation due to President's remarks on Charlottesville violence.

         Afghanistan celebrates 98 years of Independence    
KABUL: President Ashraf Ghani attended an official ceremony to mark Afghanistan's 98th anniversary of independence on Saturday and laid a wreath at the Minaret of Independence.

         14 dead in twin attacks as Spanish police launch manhunt    
Barcelona: Spanish police hunted today for the driver who ploughed a van into crowds of pedestrians on a busy avenue in Barcelona, just hours before a second such assault hit a nearby resort, in twin attacks that left 14 dead and over 100 injured.

         Samurai sword attack at Taipei's Presidential Office    
BEIJING: A samurai sword-wielding man carrying a flag of the People's Republic of China slashed a military police guard outside Taiwan's presidential office on Friday.

         Japan backs India on Doklam issue    
NEW DELHI: Japan came out in full support for India in its protracted military stand-off with China at Doklam, near the Sikkim-Tibet-Bhutan tri-junction, saying no country should use unilateral forces to change the status quo on the ground.

         Barcelona terror attack: local media says at least 13 dead    
BARCELONA: At least 13 pedestrians were killed and many injured after a driver deliberately ploughed a van into them on one of Spain's busiest streets what police said was a "terrorist attack".

         US designates Hizbul Mujahideen as foreign terrorist group    
Washington: The US today designated Kashmiri militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen as a foreign terrorist organisation, nearly two months after declaring the outfit's Pakistan-based chief Syed Salahuddin as a global terrorist.

         "UK working closely with India in tackling terrorism"    
London: The United Kingdom is working closely with India in tackling terrorism and extremism, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said. "We are sharing information with India in tackling the scourge of terrorism and extremism," he said while speaking at a dinner hosted by the Indian Journalists' Association here last night to celebrate India's 71st Independence Day.

         China rejects US criticism on religious freedom    
Beijing: China today denied violations of religious freedom after the United States accused Beijing of persecuting Christians, Muslims, Falun Gong members and Tibetan Buddhists in an annual report. "All Chinese people of all ethnic groups and all regions are fully entitled to religious belief. The so-called report ignores facts," foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a regular press briefing.

         Guam Radio Stations accidentally trigger emergency alert    
HAGATNA (GUAM): Guam residents received a jolt on Tuesday after two radio stations accidentally issued emergency warnings to indicate an imminent threat or attack, at a time when the US territory is already on edge over North Korean threats to fire missiles into nearby waters.

         Three British men jailed, caned for sexual assault    
SINGAPORE: Three young British men were sentenced Tuesday to jail time and caning for sexually assaulting a Malaysian woman during a stag party in Singapore.

         China, Pak partners of strategic cooperation: Wang    
BEIJING:Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang met Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said China and Pakistan are "iron friends" and all-weather partners of strategic cooperation who always support each other and pledged to deepen their pragmatic cooperation in various fields so as to ensure early harvests in the CPEC project.

         Massive mudslide in Sierra Leone, over 200 dead    
FREETOWN: More than 200 people have been buried after a massive mudslide in mountain town of Regent, on the outskirts of Sierra Leone's capital Freetown have turned streets into virtual rivers.

         Pak hoists 'largest' national flag to mark 70th I-Day    
LAHORE: Pakistan on Monday hoisted a 400-feet high national flag, the largest in its history, at the Attari-Wagah border with India to mark the country's 70th Independence Day.

         Venezuela calls Trump's warning 'crazy act'    
CARCAS: Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino has described United States President Donald Trump's warning of a possible military action as a "crazy act" by an "extremist elite."

         Strong earthquake of magnitude 6.4 jolts Indonesia's Sumatra    
JAKARTA: An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 struck Sumatra in western Indonesia on Sunday with tremors being felt as far away as Singapore and Malaysia.

         World's oldest man, a Holocaust survivor, dies at 113    
JERUSALEM: Israel Kristal, the world's oldest man who lived through both World Wars and survived the Auschwitz concentration camp has passed away just a month short of his 114th birthday, his family has said.

         Satellite images show N Korea testing submarine missile    
PYONGYANG:Amid escalated threats of likely conflict between the United States and North Korea, the latter is looking to upgrade its sea-based nuclear fleet.

         Blast targeting military vehicle kills 15 people in Quetta    
QUETTA: At least 15 people lost their lives and 25 others were injured in a powerful blast targeting a military vehicle in a high-security zone near Quetta's Pishin Stop on Saturday night.

         China earthquake: Death toll rises to 24    
CHENGDU: The death toll in an earthquake that struck China's Sichuan Province last week has risen to 24. The number of injured has increased to 500 in the 7.0 magnitude quake.

         28 killed, 80 injured after two trains collide in Egypt    
LONDON: As many as 28 people were killed and 80 injured after two trains collided in the Egyptian city of Alexandria. Local media reports suggest that one of the trains was travelling from Port Said and the other from Cairo, before they crashed head-on, reports The Independent.

         US Military 'locked and loaded' to face Pyongyang provocation: Trump    
WASHINGTON DC: United States President Donald Trump issued a warning to North Korea on Friday that the US military is 'locked and loaded' to deal with any provocation from Pyongyang.

         Doklam standoff: China rejects reports of offering to relocate troops    
Beijing [China]: China has vehemently rejected all reports of it ever offering a compromise to India by relocating its troops in the disputed Doklam border area.

         India giving signs for possible military clashes: State Media    
Beijing [China]: State-run media in China said India's defense minister Arun Jaitley's recent remarks are sending a signal to Beijing that New Delhi is preparing for the possible military clashes.

         UK homeless population may double by 2041: Crisis report    
LONDON: A homelessness charity has warned the United Kingdom government that the rising number of homeless people may rise by more than half a million by 2041.

         Trump slams McConnell for ObamaCare repeal failure    
NEW DELHI: United States President Donald Trump has criticised his own party's Senate leader Mitch McConnell for failing to getObamaCare repealed and replaced.

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