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Elusive ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi escapes again?

Elusive ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi escapes again?

The Russian Federation is now claiming credit for having killed the elusive ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He emerged as the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq , one of the groups that later became Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (IS), in 2010.


Theresa May condemns 'sickening' terror attack on Muslims

Theresa May condemns 'sickening' terror attack on Muslims

He was arrested on suspicion of "the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism including murder and attempted murder ", the police said . Neighbours in the Cardiff suburb where he had lived for several years described him as "aggressive" and "strange".


Income Tax Department seizes benami properties of Misa Bharti, Tejashwi Yadav

Income Tax Department seizes benami properties of Misa Bharti, Tejashwi Yadav

The IT department said it has attached farmhouses, land and buildings in Delhi and Patna , including plots in the Bihar capital where a mall was to be built. Earlier, owing to her failure to appear before the court, the Bharti was slapped with two separate penalties of Rs 10,000 with regard to non-compliance with the I-T department regulations, ANI had reported.


Britain says will be

Britain says will be "positive and constructive" in Brexit talks

At stake is not just Britain's future but also Europe's post-war political order and its place in the world which could be fatally undermined without an agreement by the March 2019 deadline . Asked if the "weakness of your negotiating position" had been exposed, Mr Davis put on a fearless face, claiming: "It's not when it starts but how it finishes that matters".


Tory colleagues back May to stay on as PM for now

Tory colleagues back May to stay on as PM for now

He said: "people are tired of the long slog" but indicated extra spending would need to be funded using tax rises, claiming a deficit of 2.5% of GDP was "not sustainable in the long term". He said he understood people were exhausted of the "long slog" of spending cuts, but added: "We have to live within our means, and more borrowing.is not the solution".