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Police Officers Among Dead in Car Bomb Blast in Quetta

Emergency has been declared in the hospitals and all injured were shifted to the agency's headquarters hospital. Mother of a police officer, who was killed by gunmen, mourns next to her son's body, carried into an ambulance at a hospital in Karachi, Pakistan, late Friday, June 23, 2017.


Lacking votes, Senate GOP delay health care vote

Lacking votes, Senate GOP delay health care vote

Paul tweeted that he was meeting with Trump at the White House Tuesday. The plan would create a new system of federal tax credits to assist people buying health insurance, while allowing states the ability to drop many benefits required under the ACA, such as maternity care and emergency services.


Body found in Walmart bathroom 3 days after woman was seen

Body found in Walmart bathroom 3 days after woman was seen

Surveillance video showed the woman walking into the store about 6 p.m., according to the Associated Press . Sand Springs Police spokesman Todd Enzbrenner told WCPO that an employee attempted to enter one of the bathrooms, but it was locked.



Anonymous 'White House official' issues statement blasting 'anonymous leaks' from Pentagon

British Defence Minister Michael Fallon said London would support USA action to prevent a chemical weapons attack but that it had not seen the intelligence on which Washington based Monday's statement . President Donald Trump walks from the podium after speaking at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., Thursday, April 6, 2017, after the US fired a barrage of cruise missiles into Syria.



On Their First Visit, PM Modi Invites Donald Trump, Family To India

Thanking Trump and the First Lady, Melania, again for the grand welcome rendered to him, Prime Minister Modi said, "I would like to thank President Trump for his kind words about India. on rebuilding Afghanistan. "Eliminating terrorism is among the topmost priorities for us". Replying to this President Trump said,"Thank you for ordering equipment from USA; no one makes military equipment like the U.S.".


Supreme Court order may cause travel chaos

Supreme Court order may cause travel chaos

Confusion abounded about exactly how travelers from six Muslim-majority nations could prove a " bona fide relationship " with a person or entity in the USA, exempting them from the ban. Such a compromise, he wrote, will lead to a "flood of litigation" over what constitutes a " bona fide relationship ". President Trump welcomed the top court's ruling, saying he only wants those who are hardworking and productive to enter the country, not those who want to harm it.