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It's been seven decades since the British Raj was epically split apart, and after many twists and turns in their relationship since then, it's fitting to reflect on what the future holds in store for both India and Pakistan.

A car crashed into a shop in Chatswood Mall in Sydney, injuring several people, including a baby, local media reported Saturday citing police.

Trump's recent brinksmanship against both North Korea and Venezuela, to say nothing of his military's constant provocations against Russia and China's airspace and territorial waters respectively, has made many wonder whether he's skillfully employing the "madman theory" or is just plain mad.

US President Donald Trump has signed a bill authorizing the construction of a memorial to the US servicemen, who participated in the so-called global war on terrorism.

The European Union Council has no plans for calling an emergency meeting of the justice and home affairs ministers in connection with the recent attack in Barcelona, an EU source told Sputnik on Saturday.

Preview At least five people have been injured, including a baby, after a car rammed into pedestrians in a busy street in Sydney, police told local media, adding that a woman is in serious condition. Police believe the driver of the car may have suffered a medical episode.
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One police officer was killed and another seriously injured in shooting in the US city of Kissimmee, Florida, the police said Saturday.

A Belgian woman, 22, was arrested on the Greek island of Corfu on suspicion of membership in a terrorist group, media reported Saturday.

In this hilarious video, a silly chicken attempts to peck some slices of bread with square holes in them but accidentally flips them on its head… twice!

The Russian Defense Ministry awarded Syrian Brigadier General Suheil Hassan for conducting a parachute landing behind Daesh defense lines.

Spanish authorities will hold an urgent meeting Saturday to look at whether the level of terrorist threat should be raised to maximum in the wake of two van attacks in the country's autonomous Catalonia region.

Preview The last moderate armed opposition group in East Ghouta has accepted the terms of the de-escalation agreement after successful negotiations with the Russian reconciliation committee, the defense ministry said.
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Preview Russian bikers club, the Night Wolves, organized and performed a breathtaking spectacle in Crimea, re-enacting the pivotal moments in the last 100 years of Russian history. RT had a front row seat for the "Russian Reactor" open-air spectacle in Sevastopol.
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The top Uzbek diplomat will embark on a three-day visit to India next week to meet with top officials and attend a series of public events, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry said Saturday.

Preview A massive manhunt is underway in the city of Kissimmee, Florida, after two police officers were shot Friday night. Two suspects have been arrested so far, but a third is believed to be on the run.
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Preview The American Civil Liberties Union won’t back hate groups who carry loaded firearms, the organization says. The ACLU came under fire after it filed a lawsuit in defense of Unite the Right organizers ahead of their fatal rally.
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Organizers of a Saturday anti-racism protest in the US city of Boston, Massachusetts, hope to inspire millions of Americans to fight white supremacy, ANSWER Coalition activist Husayn Karimi has told Sputnik.

Preview The man accused of murder after ramming his car into counter-protesters at an alt-right rally in Charlottesville now faces 10 felonies. Police filed an additional five charges related to “permanent physical disabilities” sustained by other victims.
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Preview President Donald Trump and his top national security aides have yet to reach a decision on a new approach to the nearly 16-year war and occupation in Afghanistan after meeting for hours at Camp David.
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The Lebanese army started an operation early Saturday to defeat pockets of Islamist insurgency on its side of the border with Syria, local media said.

Floods caused by a week of torrential rains have killed ten people and displaced over 11,000 in the southern Chinese province of Guangxi, known for its many rivers, Chinese state television reported Saturday.

Preview Californians are being advised to reduce electricity usage and unplug home electronics during the solar eclipse. But the state’s solar-based electricity grid is not expected to run out of energy as the phenomenon plays out.
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Preview As US cities grapple with a national movement to take down Confederate monuments, other symbols unrelated to the Civil War are now the source of controversy as well. This includes statues of former president Bill Clinton and Russian communist leader Vladimir Lenin.
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A strong 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck early Saturday east of the South Pacific island country of Fiji, the US Geological Survey said.

The daughter of hawkish US Senator John McCain announced Friday her father had finished the first round of radiation and chemotherapy after he was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor.

Former attorney general Luisa Ortega Diaz arrived in Bogota on Friday after fleeing Venezuela together with her husband German Ferrer, the Colombian migration agency has announced.

A US court in California on Friday rejected a motion by Roman Polanski’s rape victim to throw out the case against the renowned film director, saying that justice must be served in the interest of society.

US Bell helicopter and Boeing’s joint venture won almost $32 million to repair various parts on the V-22 Osprey Tilt Rotor aircraft, the Defense Department said in a press release.

Preview Almost 2,500 migrants of mainly African origin have been evicted from a makeshift camp, the 35th such operation in Paris over the past 2 years, but the first conducted under “new” rules. They were taken to 18 refugee centers across the French capital.
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Preview A cluster of 1,069 robots set a new Guinness World Record for the most humanoid machines dancing simultaneously.
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