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Cops allegedly attend Dawood's niece's wedding, probe ordered

Cops allegedly attend Dawood's niece's wedding, probe ordered

In an embarrassment for the state government in Maharashtra, BJP leader and medical education minister Girish Mahajan is said to have attended the wedding of Dawood's niece. The police commissioner also confirmed that invitations were received by officials of the Bhadrakali police station, located in the old city. Meanwhile, police have started the process of recording the statements of the policemen who attended the wedding.


North Korea Test Fires Mid-Range Missile Amid Growing Tensions

North Korea Test Fires Mid-Range Missile Amid Growing Tensions

The reclusive state has been working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the US mainland and on Saturday said it had developed the capability, although Western missile experts say the claim is exaggerated. The Security Council is due to meet behind closed doors later on Tuesday. The council statement, similar to previous condemnations, said North Korea's "illegal ballistic missile activities are significantly contributing to its development of nuclear weapons delivery ...


Trump's Russian Federation scandal: where does it stand?

Trump's Russian Federation scandal: where does it stand?

Despite the Republican party having had conflicts with Trump before announcing his nomination previous year and throughout the presidential election campaign, the party members have stood firmly with their President since his election win.



Why Ivanka, Melania Trump covered up in Rome but not Saudi Arabia

Camilla Parker Bowles wore cream and did not cover her head when meeting Pope Francis last month, though she had worn black and a veil at a 2009 meeting with Pope Benedict. -Mexico border drew a surprising condemnation from the popular and occasionally outspoken pope who, in February 2016, said such a proposal runs counter to Christian values.



Trump Arrives in Bethlehem, Meets Palestinian President

Trump said . Speaking in the Middle East on his first foreign trip, Trump said he would not call those responsible "monsters, because they would like that term". "Peace can never take root in an environment where violence is tolerated, funded and even rewarded", Trump said. Trump also visited Yad Vashem, Israel's national Holocaust memorial, on Tuesday.