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International Yoga Day celebrated at US Embassy

International Yoga Day celebrated at US Embassy

Similar yoga displays were organised in villages, towns and cities across India and in other countries. Asked about the Pakistan government not celebrating the yoga day, Haider, who says his clubs have people from all religions, said: "It never stopped us from doing yoga".



Brussels attacker identified as Moroccan unknown to authorities as terror suspect

Van Der Sypt said that at about 1830 GMT there was a "small explosion at Central Station here in Brussels ". "We do not know if the man is still alive or that he is dead", Van der Sypt added. According to Fox News , the suspect has died from his injuries. In March 2016, Brussels saw a large terrorist attack, in which twin suicide blasts rocked Zaventem Airport and another explosion targeted Maalbeek Metro station.


FBI to detail findings on Congressional baseball shooting

FBI to detail findings on Congressional baseball shooting

House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday said that Scalise had been talking and texting following the shooting. The staff upgraded his condition to "fair" Wednesday, after previously listing him in "critical" and "serious" condition. Recalling Hodgkinson's profanity-laden tirade, Dauberman said: "It was more than the average person who had maybe voted for Hillary [Clinton]". Scalise, 51, sustained injuries to internal organs, broken bones and severe bleeding after being shot in his left hip early ...



Supreme Court picks up redistricting case, Walker reacts

Attorneys for Wisconsin voters applauded Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court took up their challenge to partisan gerrymandering . The issue will be briefed and argued in the Supreme Court term that begins in October. Longtime Democratic Party activist Bill Whitford brought the case Gill v. Whitford , which challenges Wisconsin's 2011 State Assembly map as unconstitutional.



English cardinal after mosque attack: 'Repudiate hatred and violence'

She has faced heavy criticism for her response to a fire in a London tower block on Wednesday which killed at least 58 people, and for her record on security after a series of attacks blamed on Islamist militants in recent months. 'He's never spoken to me about terror attacks or talked about "bloody Muslims" - never in a million years and that's the truth. "There was a lot of shouting in Arabic, so I can't tell you exactly what was being said".