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Bollywood hero Khan now Prisoner 106 in fight for bail
Bollywood hero Khan now Prisoner 106 in fight for bail

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, now Prisoner 106, will have to spend at least another night in jail as he fights a five-year prison term for killing endangered wildlife. Khan, one of the world's highest paid actors, was imprisoned Thursday after a court convicted him for killing rare antelopes known as black bucks on a hunting trip while shooting a movie in 1998. Basically the eyewitness is not reliable ... the trial court has convicted Salman on the basis of basically just one eyewitness," Mahesh Bora, a lawyer for Khan, told reporters in Jodhpur, in the northwestern state of Rajasthan.

Russia rails against Britain at UN, denies Skripal role
Russia rails against Britain at UN, denies Skripal role

Russia unleashed a blistering war of words against Britain and the United States at the UN Security Council on Thursday, again denying it was responsible for poisoning a former double agent in England. Couldn't you come up with a better fake story?" Russian Ambassador to the UN, Vassily Nebenzia, told the council. Sergei Skripal, a former double agent, and his daughter Yulia were found in a critical condition on a public bench in the English city of Salisbury on March 4.

Syrian army command says it has regained most of eastern Ghouta

By Suleiman Al-Khalidi AMMAN (Reuters) - The Syrian army command said on Saturday it had regained most of the towns and villages in eastern Ghouta and was pressing its military operations in the last rebel bastion of Douma. In a televised statement, the Syrian army spokesman said the weeks-long military campaign had now brought security to the Syrian capital, Damascus, and also secured its main links to other parts of the country, stretching north and all the way to the Iraqi border to the east. Footage on state television showed top army commanders entering by the same route the rebel convoys had used to leave.

Vladimir Putin faces rare public protests as he blames 'criminal negligence' for deadly mall fire
Vladimir Putin faces rare public protests as he blames 'criminal negligence' for deadly mall fire

Vladimir Putin has blamed "criminal negligence" for the high death toll in a fire that killed at least 64 people - including 41 children - as angry relatives of the dead held a protest outside the charred remains of a mall in Siberia. The Russian President on Tuesday visited the Winter Cherry shopping centre in the city of Kemerovo on Tuesday, two days after one of the most deadly blazes in Russia over the past century. In a meeting with ministers, Mr Putin hit out at "slovenliness" after investigators said fire exits had been illegally blocked and the fire alarm system had not functioned properly. Forty-one children were among a total of 64 people killed in the fire,...

Kansas Water Park Co-Owner Arrested in Connection with 10-Year-Old`s Water Slide Death
Kansas Water Park Co-Owner Arrested in Connection with 10-Year-Old`s Water Slide Death

The co-owner of Schlitterbahn was arrested Monday in Texas in connection to the death of a 10-year-old boy on a water slide, officials say.

Kosovo police fire tear gas at Serb protesters, detain Serbian official
Kosovo police fire tear gas at Serb protesters, detain Serbian official

By Fatos Bytyci and Aleksandar Vasovic PRISTINA/BELGRADE (Reuters) - Kosovo police fired tear gas on Monday to scatter hundreds of nationalist Serb protesters outside a round-table meeting on improving relations between Belgrade and Pristina, and briefly detained a hardline Serbian government official. The round table was part of a dialogue towards normalisation Serbia is conducting with Kosovo, its former province that went to war against repressive Serbian rule in the late 1990s, to help fulfil conditions for European Union membership.

Top North Korean official apparently in China: reports
Top North Korean official apparently in China: reports

Japanese media reported on Monday that a train possibly carrying a high-level official from North Korea has arrived in Beijing, sparking speculation that the country's leader, Kim Jong Un, may have been aboard. The Kyodo news agency, citing unidentified sources close to the matter, said the visit -- if confirmed that it was a North Korean official -- would likely be to improve ties between North Korea and China. Kim has not conducted an official trip abroad since taking power in 2011 and relations between China and North Korea are frosty as Beijing has backed UN sanctions to punish Pyongyang for its nuclear and missile tests.

Taiwan scrambles jets as China's air force holds drill near island

Taiwan sent aircraft on Monday to shadow China air force fighter jets as they flew through the Bashi Channel to the south of the island, its defense ministry said, the latest such incident to add to tension between Taipei and Beijing. China sent an unspecified number of Xian H-6 bombers, Su-30 fighter jets and Y-8 transport aircraft over the waterway on their way to the West Pacific Ocean, the Taiwan ministry said. Taiwan on March 21 sent ships and aircraft to shadow a Chinese aircraft carrier group that sailed through the narrow Taiwan Strait.

Trump Says 'Many Lawyers Want To Represent Me' Even As Legal Team Shrinks
Trump Says 'Many Lawyers Want To Represent Me' Even As Legal Team Shrinks

President Donald Trump on Sunday lashed out at suggestions that he was having

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