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Disputes between Trinamool Congress, rebel Suvendu Adhikari 'resolved amicably' | Centre fails to achieve a breakthrough in talks with farmers, next meet on Dec 3 | BSF seizes 25,000 cattles, narcotics worth over Rs 62 crore along Indo-Bangladesh border this year | Centre holds meeting with farmers to find breakthrough in anti-farm laws protest | 'BJP only wants to take credit': Mamata Banerjee hits back at PM Modi over farmers' scheme

Shooting in US polling station, 1dead, multiple injured

Azusa, Nov 8 (IBNS): One man died while multiple people were injured in a shooting incident near a polling station in Azusa, in the Los Angeles county of California.

US presidential elections: Voting underway

Washington, Nov 8 (IBNS): Voting is currently underway in the US as voters are deciding the fates of Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump who are contesting the high -profile US Presidential polls.

Woman drops alleged rape lawsuit against US presidential candidate Donald Trump

Washington, Nov 5 (IBNS): A woman, who accused US Presidential candidate Donald Trump of raping her when she was 13, dropped her lawsuit against the Republican nominee on Friday, media reports said.

Japan: Lockdown at US naval base over possible gunshots lifted

Tokyo, Nov 3 (IBNS): The lockdown of a U.S. naval base in western Japan has been lifted as no evidence of an active shooter was found, officials said.

Mississippi: Halloween hayride meets accident, 3 killed

Jackson, Mississippi, Nov 1 (IBNS): Amid the fun filled Halloween Day celebrations, two children and an adult person died while several other got injured when a trailer pulling revellers was struck by a vehicle in eastern Mississippi in the United States.

USA: Tour bus crash leaves 13 killed

Los Angeles, Oct 24 (IBNS): At least 13 people were killed as the bus, in which they were travelling, crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer in US city of Palm Springs, media reports said on Monday.

South Carolina school shooting: 2 students, 1 teacher injured

Townville, Sept 29 (IBNS): At least two children and a teacher were shot at an elementary school in US state of South Carolina on Wednesday, media reports said.

US: Gunmen open fire in Baltimore, injure 8

Baltimore, Sept 25 (IBNS): At least eight people were injured after gunmen opened fire in US's Balimore city on Saturday night, reports said.

US military aircraft crashes in Japan

Tokyo/Washington, Sept 22 (IBNS): A US military aircraft crashed off Okinawa, a Japanese island, on Thursday morning, CNN reported.

North Korea successfully tests rocket engines, to launch satellite

Pyongyang, Sept 20 (IBNS): North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-un has reportedly asked the scientists and engineers to brace up for a satellite launch at the earliest after the country successfully ground tested a satellite launching rocket, according to state media.

US admits more than 10,000 SyrUS admits more than 10,000 Syrian refugees ian refugees in fiscal 2016 – UN partner agency

New York, Aug 31 (Just Earth News): The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has helped resettle more than 10,000 Syrian refugees to the United States during the year ending 30 September, without compromising the integrity and security of the processing mechanism.

Helmand: US service member killed

Kabul, Aug 23 (IBNS): One U.S. service member died as a result of wounds sustained during operations near Lashkar Gar in Helmand province on Tuesday, officials said.

US confirms death of ISIS Khurasan chief Hafeez Saeed

Washington/Kabul, Aug 13 (IBNS): The Pentagon confirmed the death of ISIS chief in Afghanistan's Khurasan province, Hafeez Saeed, on Friday, reports said.

Racism in US casts ‘dark shadow’ over rights to free assembly, association – UN expert

New York, July 29 (Just Earth News): The United States is struggling to live up to its ideals in the area of racial, social and economic inequality, which is negatively affecting the exercise of the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association, a United Nations human rights expert said on Thursday at the end of his first official fact-finding mission to the country.

US:Trump accepts Republican presidential nomination

Cleveland, July 22 (IBNS): With the race for becoming the next US President gaining momentum, Donald Trump on Thursday formally accepted Republican nomination as US presidential candidate.