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It led to a Leonard Fournette 2-yard touchdown run that gave the Jaguars a 7-3 lead early in the second quarter. The defensive back returned the ball 51 yards for another defensive touchdown. Unfortunately, with the game on the line , they couldn't hold the Jets out of field goal range. So far, Bortles has thrown seven touchdowns with three interceptions, but he is completing just 54.5 percent of his passes with a quarterback rating of 81.7.
  • Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh asks India to not mix up humanitarian & security aspects

    Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh asks India to not mix up humanitarian & security aspects

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    The home minister had also said that India would not violate any global law by deporting Rohingyas, as it was not a signatory to the UN Refugees Convention 1951. The World Health Organisation also says cholera is also a major risk. Myanmar's military have blamed the unrest on the Rohingya. The OIC had made a stand that the refugees should be allowed to return safely to Myanmar and that Naypyidaw should take concrete measures to handle the deadly conflict which had occurred mainly in ...
  • Paul Ryan says likely vote on 'bump stock' after Las Vegas shooting

    Paul Ryan says likely vote on 'bump stock' after Las Vegas shooting

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    While he has not endorsed anything specific, Mr. Trump recently said, "We will be talking about gun laws as time goes by" which gives me room for optimism; Mr. "I think they're all just responding emotionally to the massacre". After recent mass shootings there has been little willingness to look into gun control legislation, even measures such as expanded background checks that enjoy broad, bipartisan support among the public.
  • Trump to Announce Plans to

    Trump to Announce Plans to "Decertify" Iran Nuclear Deal

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    It could also lead to the reimposition of U.S. sanctions on Iran , which would scrap the deal that the United States and five other nations reached in 2015 to limit the Islamic theocracy's nuclear program. Reporters asked the president what he was talking about, what storm was coming. If he declines to certify Iran , then the Congress will have the option to re-impose sanctions on Iran , which would effectively end the deal.
  • White House Believes John Kelly's Cellphone Was Hacked, Says Report

    White House Believes John Kelly's Cellphone Was Hacked, Says Report

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    The news of the suspected hack comes shortly after the report that White House officials had been using their personal emails for government communications. In September, administration aides circulated a memo detailing the incident and recommending that Kelly stop using the phone. "The [attackers] I would be most anxious about are nation-states or other actors who may have access to resale of commercial spyware sold to nation-states.
  • Iran condemns Pakistan's Baluchistan terrorist attack

    Iran condemns Pakistan's Baluchistan terrorist attack

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    He added that one police constable was killed while attempting to stop the suicide bomber from entering the shrine, while two other policemen were injured in the blast. The local administration declared an emergency at hospitals in Sibbi and Dera Murad Jamali. The bomber detonated his explosives vest when he was stopped for a routine search by a police officer guarding the shrine in the village of Jhal Masgi, about 400 kilometers (240 miles) east of Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province.
  • Four toddlers killed after being set alight at day care centre

    Four toddlers killed after being set alight at day care centre

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    Officials said that the accused security guard, who worked as a night watchman at the school since 2008, was suffering from depression. The attack on the day care facility Gente Inocente (literally "Innocent People", in English) shocked the town of 72,000 in the countryside of Minas Gerais .
  • Samajwadi Party to hold convention in Agra

    Samajwadi Party to hold convention in Agra

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    Addressing a press conference a day ahead of his party's two-day national convention, the former UP chief minister was asked about reports that his uncle had called him up. Akhilesh said Mulayam "has given blessings to all of us" over phone and wished that the party is strengthened in UP and throughout the country. "The feud in SP's first family is a festering wound".
  • Odisha BJP protests killing of BJP, RSS members in Kerala

    Odisha BJP protests killing of BJP, RSS members in Kerala

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    Shah made a decision to skip the event. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley "urgently", resulting in speculations. He added that the BJP would not allow Kerala to become a land of 'lal salaam' , a term used by communist party members for greeting each other. The Kerala High Court had cancelled the marriage of Hadiya and directed her to be under her parents' protective custody.
  • Energy East pipeline cancelled

    Energy East pipeline cancelled

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    It said it had to review an NEB panel's decision to allow consideration of greenhouse gas emissions caused by producing and processing the oil transported in the pipeline, an unprecedented expansion of the scope of the inquiry. Groups including Greenpeace Canada, the Council of Canadians and the David Suzuki Foundation said in a letter to the federal pipeline regulator that it should suspend the review process while waiting for new information from the company.
  • Palestinian PM in Gaza in run-up to political handover

    Palestinian PM in Gaza in run-up to political handover

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    Jason Greenblatt (left), President Donald Trump's worldwide negotiations representative, meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem in March. The Qassam Brigades, Hamas's armed wing, are believed to have 25,000 members and Hamas has a stockpile of thousands of short-range rockets, as well as scores of longer-range Grad rockets that could strike Israeli population centers.