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Afghanistan says massive U.S. bomb killed 36 fighters

Afghanistan says massive U.S. bomb killed 36 fighters

Afghan officials said 36 militants were killed, but there was no immediate information about civilian casualties as USA and Afghan forces continued operations in the mountainous area Friday. Cancian, an adviser at Washington's Center for Strategic and International Studies think-tank, said regular bombs were not able to destroy a tunnel and cave complex.



After winning praise from Trump, Italian PM Gentiloni meets with Trudeau

Trump held his presidential campaign under the banner "America First" and had vowed in April a year ago that the USA, under his presidency, will be "getting out of the nation-building business". It's all culminating as Congress returns from its Easter recess Monday and begins a sprint towards Saturday. "Do you believe that the leader of North Korea is mentally unstable?" President Trump is unlikely to welcome such plans after stating that the priority was getting rid of ISIS and "we'll be ...



'Modi's politics to remove Advani's name from Prez race'

Then, the CBI had appealed against that decision in the top court. The Supreme Court ruled that the trial must conclude within two years. Today's court order that the trial be completed in two years means that a verdict in the case will come around the time of the next Lok Sabha polls due in 2019, and may result in bringing back BJP's core issue of Ram temple construction into limelight.


Uphill battle looms as Trump seeks revamped healthcare plan

Uphill battle looms as Trump seeks revamped healthcare plan

If I say the bill is getting way better and that lots of people like it, I'll create a self-fulfilling prophecy and build some actual momentum for the legislation when Congress comes back next week. States would be able to set up high risk pools for the most costly people to insure with the goal of bringing down the cost of insurance for healthier individuals.



Quadruple Murder Suspect Cooperating With Fresno Police

Here's how police say a fatal argument at a motel led to the deaths of three more men, allegedly victims of hate crimes. Dyer said Muhammad had been unusually cooperative in walking police through what happened, and described him as coherent, but detached.