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Eight of family shot in head in Ohio; 3 kids, including newborn survive

Three children, including the newborn, survived the grisly killings, which left seven adults and a teenage boy dead in four homes in Pike County, Attorney General Mike DeWine and Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader said.

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US split deepens over Vladimir Putin’s intentions in Syria civil war

The United States and other Western nations have struggled to read Putin’s intentions ever since Russian forces launched a surprise deployment in support of Assad last September.

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US official questions China’s intentions in South China Sea

Blinken said US welcomes China’s peaceful rise and he hoped China will act in accordance with international norms and rules and laws, because that not only benefits China but also other countries.

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US border agents seize tons of cocaine, marijuana from longest Mexico-California drug tunnel yet

The latest tunnel, excavated 46 feet beneath the surface, ran from the bottom of an elevator shaft built into a house in Tijuana to a hole in the ground on the US side enclosed within a fenced-in lot set up as a pallet business.

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When Elvis met Nixon, and inspired a comedy film

There are no records of what exactly happened on the day when Presley requested a meeting with Nixon in a bid to become an undercover federal agent-at-large.

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US to send 217 additional troops to Iraq to help fight against Islamic State

The US President’s instructions to his national security team have been to reinforce the successful elements of US campaign

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US for strong Indo-Pacific quadrilateral in face of China’s military modernisation

US, India, Japan and Australia together would be able to stabilise the region and maintain rules-based order

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Microsoft sues US government over data requests

Microsoft argues that the government is violating the US Constitution by preventing them from notifying thousands of customers about government requests.

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India will be seen as part of US military bloc: Congress on logistics agreement

Former defence minister A K Antony said India rarely operates beyond its shores, “this agreement practically gives very little advantage to it, but gives enormous opportunity to US Military”.

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India, US agree to share military supplies and fuel

Both countries will also deepen cooperation in maritime domain awareness by finalising a ‘White Shipping’ agreement in the near future.


India in talks to buy US Predator drones; has eye on China, Pakistan

As defence ties deepen with the United States, New Delhi has asked Washington for the Predator series of unmanned planes built by privately-held General Atomics, military officials said.

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US says it encourages India, Pakistan to engage in dialogue

Pakistan has denied the arrested Indian national access to consular services from the Indian government.

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US says Syria blocks aid to besieged areas; some eat grass

Stephen O’Brien said the UN has received reports that severe food shortages are forcing some people in Daraya to eat grass.

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2010 BP oil spill: US judge okays $20 bn settlement

US District Judge Carl Barbier, who approved the settlement, had set the stage with an earlier ruling that BP had been ‘grossly negligent’ in the offshore rig explosion that killed 11 workers and caused a 134-million-gallon spill.

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North Korea accuses US of laying Leningrad-style siege

North Korea has been making nuclear strike threats against the United States and South Korea for weeks, after the two countries launched joint military exercises.