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Tremors Felt in Delhi, NCR, J&k; Epicenter in Afghanistan

Tremors Felt in Delhi, NCR, J&k; Epicenter in Afghanistan

The quake was felt at about 4:15 pm today, a MeT Department official said. Tremors of an natural disaster have been reported in national capital Delhi and adjacent national capital region. The panic-stricken children rushed out of the three-story building. The epicentre of the natural disaster was reported to be the Hindukush region of Afghanistan, with tremors originating from 38 km beneath the surface.


Rep. Jim Renacci leads Mike Gibbons in GOP Senate primary

Rep. Jim Renacci leads Mike Gibbons in GOP Senate primary

His closest opponent, Mike Gibbons, stood at 33 percent of the vote. Sherrod BrownSherrod Campbell BrownTrump touts border efforts, poll numbers in freewheeling tax cuts talk Dem presidential hopefuls flock to Trump country May brings key primaries across nation MORE (D) in November.


Syrian media: Israel launches airstrike near Damascus

Syrian media: Israel launches airstrike near Damascus

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) briefed the Hebrew press on Sunday to prepare the nation for a limited retaliation from Iranian proxies inside Syria, likely to be in the form of missiles or rockets that would aim to hit Israeli military installations in the north of the country.


Forbes lists Duterte among 'most powerful people'

Forbes lists Duterte among 'most powerful people'

Prior to Forbes' depiction of Duterte as among those "most powerful" people all over the world, the Time Magazine, in its May 14 worldwide edition, listed the Philippine President as a "strongman". While Trump has had limited success in passing legislation and continues to be dogged by multiple scandals, "he's still Commander in Chief of the world's greatest economic and military power", wrote Forbes .


Suspect arrested in shooting of ATF agent in Chicago

Suspect arrested in shooting of ATF agent in Chicago

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Asked by U.S. Magistrate Judge Maria Valdez if he understood the charge, Godinez nodded. He stood in orange jail clothes, with a tattoo on his forearm and his long hair tied at the back. The streets were otherwise empty, making it easier to track Godinez via the surveillance photos, it adds. At 3:24 a.m. cameras captured Godinez getting into a dark-colored vehicle and leaving, prosecutors said.