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A man armed with an axe mounted attack on people at the main train station in Germany's western city of Dusseldorf on Thursday, injuring six people, police said.World NewsWashington state asks judge to block new Donald Trump ban
The US state of Washington has said that it would ask a federal judge to block President Donald Trump's new travel ban, joining Hawaii as the second state to challenge the executive order, the media reported.World NewsCompassion International: US for solution that 'honours India's laws'
"We want all parties to be able to work cooperatively and certainly in a way that honours India's laws and also, as I said, in a transparent process and find a way forward," Mark Toner, the State Department's Acting Spokesperson said Thursday.World NewsFederal Bureau of Investigation probing release of CIA hacking tools by WikiLeaks
Federal authorities have launched a criminal investigation into the public release of a document cache believed to detail CIA hacking tools designed to breach computers, web servers, smartphones and televisions, a US official said.World NewsMore trouble for Indians: Trump may stop spouses of H-1B visa holders from working
The Trump administration is now soon moving quickly to drain the American economy and its workforce of those who have won permission to work legally.World NewsH1 B visa, employment-based green card categories likely to be reformed
Now, a US Senator has made claims that H1 B visa and employment- based green card categories -– very popular among among Indian-Americans -- are likely to be reformed.World NewsArchaeologists find 2600-year-old palace under Mosul shrine ruins
The archaeologists who are assessing the damage caused by Islamic State (IS) terrorists to the tomb of the prophet of Jonah have found a palace which dates back to 600BC, a media report said.PoliticsWikiLeaks disclosures endanger Americans: CIA
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on Wednesday refused to confirm the validity of the information on electronic spying techniques made public by WikiLeaks, but it said that disclosures of this kind put Americans in danger, the media reported.World NewsKim Jong-nam's son in video says father 'killed'
The son of Kim Jong-nam, the murdered half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, in a mysterious video posted on Facebook has said that his father was killed. In the short and censored clip, the man says:World NewsVIRAL VIDEO: Daredevil dirt biker jumps across busy California freeway
The California Department of Transportation have identified the location where the video was recorded. To prevent any further such instances the transportation officials in California have blocked off a makeshift ramp that was used by the dirt biker in the viral video.
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