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Gurdwara closed in Belgium for harbouring <strong>illegal</strong> <strong>immigrants</strong>

Gurdwara closed in Belgium for harbouring illegal immigrants

22 Oct 2014

London: A Gurdwara in Belgium would be shut for a month for allegedly harbouring 11 illegal Indian immigrants, including a minor, authorities said while ordering their deportation.

Gurdwara,   Belgium,   illegal Indian immigrants,   minor,   authorities,   deportation,   Mayor,  
<strong>US</strong> leading global fight to stamp out Ebola: Obama

US leading global fight to stamp out Ebola: Obama

25 Oct 2014

Washington: As New York City reported its first Ebola case, US President Barack Obama on Saturday asked the Americans not to give into fear as the country is well equipped to deal with the deadly virus and is leading the global fight to stamp it out.

New York,   first Ebola case,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama,   Ebola,   Obama on Ebola,   global fight,   West Africa,  
Two dead, including gunman in shooting at Washington school

Two dead, including gunman in shooting at Washington school

25 Oct 2014

Marysville (US): A student opened fire in a high school cafeteria north of Seattle, killing at least one person and shooting several others in the head before killing himself, officials has said.

US Police,   gunman,   school attack,   attack,   US,   US gun laws,  
<strong>US</strong> automaker Ford starts luxury Lincoln sales in China

US automaker Ford starts luxury Lincoln sales in China

25 Oct 2014

Shanghai: US automaker Ford has launched its first vehicles under the luxury Lincoln brand in China, the company said, as it seeks to make inroads into a market dominated by German cars.

US automaker,   Ford,   luxury Lincoln,   sales,   China,   auto,  
 Obama hugs nurse who survived Ebola

Obama hugs nurse who survived Ebola

25 Oct 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama greeted nurse Nina Pham in the Oval Office with a big hug to celebrate her recovery from the Ebola virus, which she was the first person in the country to contract.

Obama,   Ebola,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Nina Pham,   Oval Office,   Ebola virus,  
India a country of enormous energy and power: John Kerry

India a country of enormous energy and power: John Kerry

24 Oct 2014

Washington: Describing India as a country of enormous energy and power, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said that the recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a moment when Indians and Americans got a real sense of what the two "natural partners" were able to achieve together.

India,   John Kerry,   Kerry,   US Secretary of State,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Diwali,   Diwali celebration,   US,   Modi US visit,  
Islamic State militants now world's richest: Experts

Islamic State militants now world's richest: Experts

24 Oct 2014

Washington: The Islamic State has become the world's wealthiest terror group, earning tens of millions of dollars a month from illegal oil sales and ransoms, officials said on Friday.

Islamic State,   militants,   world's richest,   Experts,   US,   ,  
Former Windies fast bowler Lawson shines on <strong>US</strong> debut

Former Windies fast bowler Lawson shines on US debut

24 Oct 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Former West Indies fast bowler Jermaine Lawson marked his debut for the United States by helping to demolish Bermuda on the opening day of the six-nation Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division Three 50-over tournament here. The Jamaican claimed three for 30 from 5.5 overs as Bermuda were routed for 106 inside 27 overs before the US romped to a six-wicket victory in just 21.5 overs at Bayuemas Oval here Thursday, reports CMC. Having qualified to play for the US based on the ICC's four-year residency requirement, Lawson, 32, who played 13 Tests before moving to America in 2010, struck with his first ball, removing opener Terryn Fray.

ICC World Cricket League ,   West Indies Bowler,   Jermaine Lawson,   United States,   Kuala Lumpur,  ,   ,  
Secret Service dogs praised for stopping White House intruder

Secret Service dogs praised for stopping White House intruder

24 Oct 2014

Washington: Jordan and Hurricane, the agile two members of the US Secret Service's canine unit have achieved something that humans in the agency have been hard- pressed to do recently: effectively guarding the President and his family.

Washington,   Jordan,   Hurricane,   US Secret Service,   canine unit,   President,   Barack Obama,  
More than 1,700 bombs dropped in <strong>US</strong>-led air war on Islamic State

More than 1,700 bombs dropped in US-led air war on Islamic State

24 Oct 2014

Macdill Air Force Base (US): US and allied aircraft have flown nearly 6,600 sorties in the air war against the Islamic State group and dropped more than 1,700 bombs, the American military said. The flights for "Operation Inherent Resolve" include thousands of mid-air fuelling runs,surveillance sorties and 632 air strikes in Iraq and Syria, according to US Central Command.

Islamic State,   bombs dropped in US led air war,   Islamic State group,   American military,   Operation Inherent Resolve,  

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