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Indian naval ship leaves for Lanka

Indian naval ship leaves for Lanka

Boats and helicopters were deployed to rescue those affected by the disaster and provide emergency relief. Monsoon rains past year caused flooding and landslides, killing just over 100 people. According to the Disaster Management Centre, Sri Lanka has witnessed the worst rainfall since 1970's. The country's meteorology department has predicted more rainfall in the next 24 hours, reported IANS .



What is Hillary Clinton thinking?

The former director of data science at the Democratic National Committee blasted Hillary Clinton on Twitter after she tried to blame the DNC for her electoral defeat. But the main takeaway from Clinton's pathetically endless election post-mortem is that while Trump critics dwell on his alleged instability and lack of class, Clinton has further proved herself to be worse in reality than Trump is perceived to be.



Trump slams London mayor, uses attacks to promote Muslim

Though there has been no claim of responsibility for the attack , it hit a nation still recovering from the shock of the bombing in Manchester nearly two weeks ago, when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the doors of an Ariana Grande concert.



7 killed, 48 hurt as terrorists strike again in London

The London ambulance service said at least 30 people had been taken to six hospitals across the city. Our initial assesment is in the region of 50 rounds, in the region of 50 bullets were fired by those eight officers. One woman told Reuters she saw what appeared to be three people with knife wounds and possibly their throats cut at London Bridge at the Thames river.



Bloomberg to give $15 million for USA share of Climate pact

Another reporter asked the unnamed duo if the president believes that human activity contributes to climate change. " India had no obligations until Dollars 2.5 trillion of aid was provided", Scott Pruitt , administrator of Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ) told reporters at a White House news conference.


Putin mocks claims of Russian meddling in U.S. polls

Putin mocks claims of Russian meddling in U.S. polls

Russia has never engaged in hacking at the "state level, " Putin said at the Konstantinovsky Palace, adding that some computer attacks may be camouflaged to make them look like Russians were behind them. While Putin sounded bullish, analysts say that Russia's growth remains fragile and the creaking economy is in serious need of major reforms if it is to avoid long-term stagnation.