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Turkey to extradite top Australian ISIL recruiter 'within months': Australian PM

Turkey to extradite top Australian ISIL recruiter 'within months': Australian PM

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expecting Australia will extradite the country's most notorious Islamic State terrorist Neil Prakash within months. Prakash, who left Melbourne in 2013, was caught in November after Australian authorities detected him crossing the border and worked with Turkish authorities to arrest him.


Woman under armed guard in London following anti-terrorism raid

Woman under armed guard in London following anti-terrorism raid

A 16-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman were arrested at the house and a 20-year-old man was arrested nearby. Both incidents occurred just over a month after the March 22 attack on Parliament and Westminster Bridge, which claimed the lives of one police officer and four pedestrians.


Labour Manifesto Leak Reveals Plan to Nationalize U.K. Railways

Labour Manifesto Leak Reveals Plan to Nationalize U.K. Railways

In an effort to bridge party divides over Trident, it commits Labour to the nuclear deterrent, but in a nod to Mr Corbyn's opposition to the weapons it says "any prime minister should be extremely cautious about ordering the use of weapons of mass destruction which would result in the indiscriminate killing of millions of innocent civilians".


Doctors advise Kapil Mishra to get hospitalised

Doctors advise Kapil Mishra to get hospitalised

According to the Facebook profile of Bhardwaj posted mainly by AAP social media team, he appears to be a BJP supporter. I have also exposed these names and about fudged bills even in my expose and these are the kind of corruption I am talking about.



Poster of pope and 'devilish' Trump kissing appears in Rome

This one shows Francis, wearing a simple cross around his neck, embracing Trump, who wears a gold watch and sports a pistol in a holster. The two are locked in a mouth-to-mouth kiss. In February the Pope repeated his appeal for people to build bridges not walls amid a global backlash over the Trump administration's attempts to impose a travel ban on seven mostly Muslim countries.



Hope for improved China, South Korea relations after leaders speak

President Moon Jae-in and his USA counterpart Donald Trump in a phone conversation Wednesday vowed to meet as early as possible to discuss North Korea and other pending issues. Moon also asked Xi to address the "restraints and restrictions" on South Korean companies doing business in China because they're experiencing "difficulties" over the deployment, according to Yoon.