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San Francisco Police Department will stop releasing most mug shots to combat racial bias

The San Francisco Police Department will stop releasing most booking photos, or mug shots, to avoid perpetuating racial bias, San Francisco police Chief Bill Scott announced Wednesday.

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Groom dies two days after Indian wedding, 80 people infected with coronavirus

A groom died two days after his wedding in eastern India after becoming infected with coronavirus, with 80 people linked to the ceremony testing positive for Covid-19.

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Fact-checking a mask meme shared by Trump Jr. on Facebook

President Donald Trump has finally started to encourage people to wear masks, even while not wearing one himself. Meanwhile, his son Donald Trump Jr. is actively spreading doubt about the effectiveness of masks against the coronavirus.

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Rs39k-crore military deal okayed for jets, missiles

The cost of military hardware cleared for purchase from the domestic industry is pegged at Rs 31,130 crore and the orders are expected to give a push to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ (Self-Reliant India Movement), a defence ministry said spokesperson said.

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Lack of trust may delay de-escalation of border conflict: Officials

Reversing the trust deficit created by the brutal clash at Galwan Valley that left 20 Indian soldiers and an undisclosed number of Chinese troops dead will be enormously hard, an official said.

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Slow down, Chandigarh traffic police get cracking against speedsters

Issue over 1.5 times more challans in the past two months than the total challans in 2019.

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Chandigarh admn lifts ban from three categories of plastic

Marks them as ‘extended producer responsibility’, making manufacturers responsible for their disposal.

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Pay ₹5,000 fine for not registering pet dog

The bye-laws state it is mandatory for dog owners to register each pet at the municipal corporation office once the canine is four months old. Only two dogs are allowed per family.

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Charges dropped against Sidhu of obstructing trains in 2015

On May 2, 2015, Sidhu with 200 supporters was accused of stopping trains at Lalru during a state wide agitation in May for over two hours causing losses to railways

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Briton Ghislaine Maxwell charged in Epstein sex abuse case

British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested in the United States on Thursday and charged with sex trafficking minors for her

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More scarce than opening-night tickets: insurance to back Broadway shows

By Alwyn Scott NEW YORK (Reuters) - As they reel from canceled productions and shuttered theaters, the shows that give

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The world should stand up to China over Hong Kong, activist Nathan Law says

LONDON (Reuters) - Hong Kong's fate shows China's true authoritarianism so the rest of the world should stand up to

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Behave yourselves, UK PM Johnson warns as pub reopening nears

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson will urge Britons to act responsibly when pubs reopen this weekend, warning that

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Suspect in disappearance of Pfc. Vanessa Guillen is identified

A suspect in the disappearance of Fort Hood Pfc. Vanessa Guillen was identified on Thursday as Spc. Aaron David Robinson, according to an Army investigator.

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Man City 4-0 Liverpool: Report, Ratings & Reaction as Citizens Exact Revenge on Premier League Champions

ions Manchester City exacted revenge over Liverpool with a comprehensive 4-0 victory over the Premier League champions on Thursday night. After being greeted with a guard of honour, the Reds looked hungry from the beginning and went close when Mohamed Salah's shot beat Ederson's dive, only to come off the post. But after Joe Gomez gave away a penalty for impeding Raheem Sterling's run, Kevin De Bruyne confidently swept the ball past Alisson to put the hosts in front. Welcoming the ?????????...

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Kim Jong Un says North Korea prevented coronavirus from making inroads - KCNA

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at an enlarged meeting of the politburo of the country’s ruling

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Bolton: 'I have enough scars' from bringing up Russia-related intelligence with Trump

Former White House national security adviser John Bolton said Thursday that he had personally weathered President Donald Trump's anger at receiving intelligence briefings pertaining to Russia.

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Man City gatecrash Liverpool's champions party with 4-0 rout

Manchester City reacted with a vengeance to being dethroned as Premier League champions by Liverpool to thrash the Reds 4-0

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Mahreen Khan uncovers the mysterious side of celebrities

The talk show focuses on topics such as lifestyle, cinema, skill, craft and mental health, among others

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Ghislaine Maxwell, longtime Jeffrey Epstein associate, arrested for recruiting and abusing girls in sex-trafficking ring

Ghislaine Maxwell, the onetime girlfriend and alleged accomplice of accused sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, was arrested Thursday morning and charged by federal prosecutors in New York for her alleged role in recruiting, grooming and sexually abusing underage girls as young as 14 as part of a years-long criminal enterprise.

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City honour Liverpool - then hammer them 4-0

By Simon Evans MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester City generously applauded new champions Liverpool onto the field before their Premier

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Stocks climb on US jobs recovery, vaccine hope

Stock markets pushed higher Thursday as global investors cheered a solid rebound in US employment and encouraging news about progress

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Wirecard debt that facilitated Softbank investment put up for auction

By Abhinav Ramnarayan LONDON (Reuters) - Convertible bonds that were part of a complex transaction that allowed Japan's Softbank <9434.T>

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Prosecutor fired by Barr to testify before House committee in closed-door session next week

Fired US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman is scheduled to appear behind closed doors before the House Judiciary Committee next week, a congressional aide told CNN.

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Young people are throwing coronavirus parties with a payout when one gets infected, official says

Some young people in Alabama are throwing Covid-19 parties, a disturbing competition where people who have coronavirus attend and the first person to get infected receives a payout, local officials said.

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