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Suicide bomb at police checkpoint kills at least 21 in Iraq

A roadside bomb followed by a suicide bomber detonating an explosives-rigged truck at a police checkpoint in northern Iraq killed 21 people, while four people died in other attacks in Iraq on June 9, 2014. Duration: 00:37 Jun 10, 2014
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Hamas claims unity govt. violated reconciliation terms

The Islamist movement Hamas called on Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas to pay the salaries of employees of the former government in Gaza, and accused the new unity government of violating the terms of the reconciliation agreement. Duration: 00:50 Jun 10, 2014
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2 girls from Jharkhand raped in Delhi's Bhajanpura, Brinda Karat condemns

New Delhi, June 09 (ANI): CPI (M) leader Brinda Karat on Monday condemned the rape of two young girls from Jharkhand in North-East Delhi's Bhajanpura area. The girls were intoxicated and then gang raped According to Police after raping the women, the men reportedly dumped them at two separate spots in Bhajanpura. Jun 9, 2014
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JD (U) files nomination for three RS seats from Patna

Patna, June 09 (ANI): JD (U) on Monday nominated its National President Sharad Yadav, and senior leaders Ghulam Rasool Baliyavi and Pawan Kumar Verma for the Rajya Sabha seats from Bihar. The three leaders filed their nominations from Patna in the presence of Nitish Kumar among other party leaders. The party evening decided to field its candidates on all three vacant RS seats, the elections to which are scheduled on June 19. The decision was taken after a meeting between Yadav and former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Jun 9, 2014
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Former JD (U) leader Sabir Ali files nomination for Rajya Sabha

Patna, June 09 (ANI): Following JD (U) President and leaders filed nomination for Rajya Sabha, former party leader Sabir Ali also filed his nomination papers from Patna. The rebel leader is getting support from other former leaders from JD (U) who have decided to support Independent Rajya Sabha candidates Anil Sharma, Sabir Ali and Dilip Jaiswal. Jun 9, 2014
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Tribal refugees in Tripura repatriated to Bangladesh

Tripura, June 09 (ANI): Authorities in Tripura sent back 90 Bangladeshi tribals who entered India illegally, seeking refuge, after ethnic clashes with non-tribal Muslims in their homeland last week. The repatriation took place through Gandacherra in Dhalai district of Tripura in presence of Indian and Bangladeshi officials and border guards of both the nations. The tribal people mainly consisting of Buddhists and Hindus had fled their homeland and entered into Indian territory after some "miscreants" allegedly attacked their homes in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT), a tribal- dominated area in southeast Bangladesh that borders India and Myanmar. Sub-divisional Magistrate (SDM) Gandacherra, Bhaskar Das Gupta, said that the Bangladeshi nationals came to Tripura after facing ethnic violence back home. Jun 9, 2014
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Virbhadra Singh orders probe after students go missing

Shimla/ New Delhi/ Hyderabad, June 09 (ANI): Himachal Pradesh CM, Virbhadra Singh, on Monday ordered probe against the authorities for releasing water from a dam without issuing a warning which swept away 24 students. The engineering students of a private college, VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology of Hyderabad went missing on Sunday when they were standing on the bank of Beas river near Thalot on Manali-Kiratpur Highway to click photographs. The water of the river suddenly increased following its release from the reservoir of 126 MW Larji hydropower project. Teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) were rushed to the spot to help with rescue operations. Jun 9, 2014
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Twelve hardcore Maoists surrender in Odisha

Koraput, June 09 (ANI): Twelve rebels of a hardcore Maoist organisation, Communist Party of India (Maoist), surrendered before police in Koraput district of Odisha. The police said their case was being recommended for rehabilitation under the surrender policy of Odisha government. All the surrendered Maoists hailed from Narayanpatna area, which has been a Maoist stronghold. Police, meanwhile, have appealed all Maoists and their associates to shun violence or face stern action in the coming days. Maoists say they are fighting for the rights of poor farmers and landless labourers. Thousands have been killed in the insurgency since the late 1960s. Jun 9, 2014