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CBO says 23 million Americans to lose he An estimated 23 million people would lose health coverage by 2026 under Republican legislation aimed at repealing Obamacare, a nonpartisan congressional agency said on Wednesday in the first calculation of the new bill's potential impact. Chris Dignam reports. 25-May-2017
Pakistan's Karachi bans swimming for six Pakistanis in the port megacity of Karachi have been banned from swimming in the sea for six months, after a recent spate of drownings happened as residents sought relief from the scorching heat. 25-May-2017
'I didn't expect that to happen': father Ramadan Abedi, the father of Salman who is accused of killing 22 concert-goers at Manchester Arena, told Reuters in Libya that 'everything was normal' when he last spoke to his son. Ramadan was detained by Tripoli counterrorism force during the interview. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 25-May-2017
Thousands protest against Trump in Bruss Thousands of protesters carrying effigies of Donald Trump march through Brussels after the US president arrived for talks with the EU and NATO. 25-May-2017
Photos show suspected materials used in Photos obtained by the New York Times show materials believed to have been used in the Manchester terrorist attack that left 22 people dead. British police arrested a seventh person Wednesday in connection with the attack. 25-May-2017
Cannes 2017: 167 diamonds adorn this yea It's already one of the most coveted prizes in cinema, but this year's edition of the Palme d'Or, designed by jewelry maker Chopard, has the added shine of diamonds. 25-May-2017
Protesters mass in Brasilia against Teme At least 25,000 people massed in Brasilia on Wednesday to demand new elections and an end to austerity reforms in a protest fueled by anger over a corruption scandal swirling around President Michel Temer. 25-May-2017
'Trumpcare is a nightmare': Schumer Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer blasts Republican legislation aimed at repealing Obamacare after a nonpartisan congressional agency said an estimated 23 million would lose health insurance under the bill. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 25-May-2017
At least five dead in Mogadishu bombing At least five people were killed and six injured when a car bomb exploded outside the port in the Somali capital Mogadishu. 25-May-2017
Paris2024 bid team, 'Top of the Lake' ca From the cast and crew of Jane Campion's "Top of the lake," to the Paris2024 Olymbic bid team, to Jermaine Jackson, a raft of stars walk the red carpet in Cannes. 25-May-2017
'Tear this thing up': Pelosi on Trump bu U.S. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi says President Trump's proposals to slash federal aid to the poor and the sick is 'shameful' and says the budget should be torn up. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 25-May-2017
Opposition marches continue in Caracas Venezuelan opposition demonstrators take to the streets of the capital to rally against President Nicolas Maduro and the "constituent assembly" that will be tasked with rewriting the constitution, a move some believe has been "invented to remain in power." 25-May-2017
Ethiopians proud after Tedros elected ne Ethiopians say they are happy and proud after former minister Tedros Adhanom was elected as the new head of the World Health Organization, the first African at the helm of an agency widely seen as needing major reforms. 25-May-2017
Mnuchin urges 'clean' debt ceiling hike Mnuchin urges 'clean' debt ceiling hike by August break 25-May-2017
At least three dead in Jakarta suicide b A suicide bomber launches an attack outside a busy bus terminal in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, killing at least one policeman in the latest assault to hit the country. 25-May-2017
Manchester Muslim leader condemns bombin Fawzi Haffar, trustee of Manchester Islamic Centre, encourages "anyone, who may have information about the individual involved, to contact the police". 25-May-2017
Israelis mark 50 years since capture of Thousands of Israelis marched through east Jerusalem’s Old City on Wednesday to commemorate 50 years since the Jewish state seized control of it in the Six-Day War, with clashes breaking out at the Damascus Gate entrance to the Old City ahead of the march as police dispersed Palestinian protesters demanding an end to the occupation of east Jerusalem. 25-May-2017
Manchester fans shaken but defiant ahead A group of fans in red Manchester United jerseys kick a football around in a Stockholm park hours before the Europa League final, excited about the match but jittery after the Manchester terror attack earlier this week that left 22 people dead. 25-May-2017
Movie about Rodin unveiled at Cannes Fil French director Jacques Doillon unveiled his new film "Rodin" at the Cannes Film Festival, starring Vincent Lindon in the title role, playing the angry sculptor Auguste Rodin. 25-May-2017
Kidman takes aim at sexism as Coppola fi Hollywood star Nicole Kidman says she wants to throw her star power behind more movies made by women, after the Cannes premiere of their battle-of-the-sexes thriller. 25-May-2017
Army recruitment racket busted: 4 arrest Jaipur (Rajasthan), May 24 (ANI): At least four people were arrested and 1.79 crore of rupees have been recovered after an army recruitment racket was busted in Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur on Wednesday. The operation was jointly done by the Military Intelligence and Anti-Terrorist Squad of Rajasthan. Officials said that the arrested people were collecting money from the candidates who had cleared the physical test in the Army recruitment rally and were assured that they would be finally selected. 25-May-2017
Watch: PDP worker shot at by terrorists Srinagar, May 24 (ANI): A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) worker was shot by terrorists in Barzulla area of Srinagar on Wednesday. The victim has been rushed to the nearby hospital where he is undergoing treatment. 25-May-2017
2008 Ahmedabad serial blasts accused arr Ahmedabad (Gujarat), May 24 (ANI): Another accused in the 2008 Ahmedabad serial blasts case has been arrested from Kerala on Wednesday. The accused Suhaib Pottanikkal has been brought to Gujarat's Ahmedabad by the State's Crime Branch today. For the unversed, at least 56 people were killed and over 200 people were injured in a series of blasts that hit the city of Ahmedabad on July 26, 2008. 24-May-2017
Worshipper at Manchester bomber's mosque A worshipper at the mosque of the Manchester concert bomber expresses disbelief after an attack at an Ariana Grande concert left at least 22 people dead. The regular attendee of the mosque says the place of worship teaches "peace" and "harmony". 24-May-2017
Bus Falls Into Deep Gorge, 24 Dead Nearly 24 persons have been killed and eight injured when a bus plunged into a deep gorge in Uttarakhand. 24-May-2017
Pope asks Trump to be peacemaker U.S. President Donald Trump met Pope Francis, one of his most high profile critics, at the Vatican on Wednesday and after an exchange of gifts he promised he would not forget the pontiff's message during their half-hour discussion. Mia Womersley reports. 24-May-2017
Indonesian mobile cinema and karaoke ent Residents in Indonesia's poorer areas are turning to low-budget entertainment for relief from their daily stresses. 24-May-2017
Last rites of fallen soldiers performed Sapathu (Himachal Pradesh), May 24 (ANI): The last rites of three soldiers, who lost their lives in the recent Naugam encounter in Jammu and Kashmir, performed with full army honor in Himachal Pradesh's Sapathu on Wednesday. The fallen soldiers Havaldar DB Pun, Havaldar G Gurung and rifleman R Sharma lost their lives in a fierce encounter with militants. The gun battle had ensued when alert Army jawans had foiled an infiltration bid. 24-May-2017
A wrong call gives acid attack survivor Mumbai, May 24 (ANI): It is said that 'love is meeting of two souls' and Lalita Benbansi's wedding on Tuesday eve in Mumbai is surely an example of it. 26-year-old Lalita Benbansi, an acid attack survivor, found her better half from a wrong number call. This was the time when this love story started and after a period of two months and the couple decided to tie a knot. "I am on seventh heaven, I never thought I will get married. One accidental wrong number changed my life," said the bride. "I never thought that one wrong number will change my whole life," said the Groom Rahul Kumar. He further added that, "My wife has a golden heart and that is the quality I like about her." Lalita, a Kalwa resident, was visiting her hometown Azamgarh for her marriage in 2012 when her cousins attacked her with acid owing to personal enmity. Her entire face was burnt. She has since undergone 17 surgeries. Meanwhile, film industry has also come forward to help the couple. Actor Vivek Oberoi will gift her an apartment in Maharashtra's Thane and designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla have prepared Lalita's trousseau and presented her a wedding necklace. Moreover, 200 members from Udyami Maharashtra - A business hub of Maharashtra Entrepreneurs along with Saahas Foundation, came together for the cause. 24-May-2017
Mughal kin seeks strict action against s POONCH (Jammu and kashmir), May 24 (ANI): Prince Yaqub Habeebuddin Tucy, the great grandson of Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar said that the strict action should be taken against separatist leaders whoever is involved in instilling violence in the Kashmir Valley. The prince hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to resolve the Kashmir dialogue. He said that there should be strict check on the hawala money used for instilling violence in the Valley. Prince Yaqub appealed to the Kashmiri youth for maintaining peace and calm in the Valley. 24-May-2017
Jim Carrey feels his 'beard is a bigger New Delhi, May 24 (ANI): Jim Carrey is back and is a different person now. The 55-year-old-actor recently walked onstage for his interview with talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and waited purposefully to sit down until people got "tired" of applauding. When asked about why he has his beard, the 'Dumb and Dumber To' star shared that everywhere he goes, people only talk about his beard. The actor jokingly said, "They can't really think about anything else. And wherever I show up, it becomes this story. It's a bigger star than me at this point. It has its own Twitter." In his trademark humour, he noted that people "do not want to know why I am growing a beard, they want to know why am I growing a beard and still shaving my b***s." After the release of ' Dumb and Dumber To,' the actor was off the radar in the movie world. When Jimmy asked about "how's life?", he said, "It's so beautiful, it really is. Especially when I'm absent from it." "Don't get me wrong - Jim Carrey is a great character and I was lucky to get the part. But, I don't think of that as me anymore. I used to be a guy who was experiencing the world, and now I feel like the world and the universe experiencing a guy," he added. 24-May-2017
Military deployed to British streets British Home Secretary Amber Rudd said on Wednesday the military will be deployed to keep people safe as the UK raises its security threat level to critical. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 24-May-2017
U.S. President and First Lady visit the President Trump and his wife Melania visited the Vatican's Sistine Chapel on Wednesday following a meeting with the Pope. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 24-May-2017
A Unique Aadhaar Goof-Up People of Kanjasa village in Allahabad met a weird surprise when around 1,000 of them received their Aadhaar cards bearing the same birth date-1 January.Nearly 1,000 of the 5,000 residents have complained about faulty entries of their date of birth. The odd thing is that the date printed on all these cards is identical 1 January with variations in the years of birth. 24-May-2017
Trump meets Italian president as part of U.S. President Donald Trump continues his first overseas tour, meeting Italian President Sergio Mattarella in Rome. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 24-May-2017
UK threat level critical as army fills s Britain's armed forces will be deployed to boost security as the country raised its terror threat to 'critical' after a suicide attack in Manchester that killed 22 people, including children. Rosanna Philpott reports. 24-May-2017
CM Raje instructs officials to speed up Jaipur, May 24 (ANI): Under the chairmanship of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, a review meeting on the Dravyavati River Project was organised at her residence in Jaipur. In the meeting, the Chief Minister instructed the authorities concerned to complete the project to revive the river by August 15, 2018. "Dravyavati River Project is the landmark project of the state government and this project will emerge as a model project in the country," said CM Raje. Under the project, 170 MLD's Sewerage Treatment Plant, walk-way, jogging park, eco park, sitting area, and check dam will be made. The CM also instructed officers to remove the obstacles in the path of the Dravyawati River Project on priority basis and complete the necessary environmental approval for the second phase of the project. 24-May-2017
Zaheer Khan, Sagarika Ghatge get officia New Delhi, May 24 (ANI): If you are still not over with the much talked about marriage of Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech, then get ready for another! Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan got engaged to his girlfriend Sagarika Ghatge in Mumbai on Tuesday evening. Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge, who announced their engagement on social media last month, officially exchanged rings in a grand ceremony. But what came as a surprise was Anushka and Virat arrived hand-in-hand for the ceremony. Anushka was dressed in black while Virat complemented her in white shirt and black trouser. Other biggies who made it up for the big day were Sachin Tendulkar and wife Anjali, Yuvraj Singh, Raveena Tandon and Anil Thadani, cricketer Rohit Sharma and wife Ritika, Mandira Bedi, Prachi Desai and Ajay Jadeja. The couple, who stole the thunder at Yuvraj-Hazel's big-day, by appearing together at the event, met through a common friend and have been seeing each other for more than six months before taking their relationship a step forward. 24-May-2017
Watch: Samajwadi Party worker brutally t Badaun (Uttar Pradesh), May 24 (ANI): In yet another act of hooliganism by Uttar Pradesh Police, a Samajwadi Party worker was brutally thrashed by the Badaun Police. The entire act was caught on camera and went viral on social media. 24-May-2017
Sonu Nigam quits Twitter in support of A New Delhi, May 24 (ANI): Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam, who seems to be controversies favourite child these days, has finally left Twitter. Yesterday, micro-blogging site Twitter suspended singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya's Twitter account for his offensive tweets and this has angered Nigam. To show his solidarity with Abhijeet, Sonu took this decision. Abhijeet was accused of harassing JNU student leader Shehla Rashid with "inappropriate" and "insulting" language. His tweet targeting her was reported by various users after which the account was suspended. The singer got some support from his fellow singer, Sonu Nigam, who wrote, "Really? They suspended his account? Why? 90% of Twitter accounts then should be suspended too for worse fanaticism, Foul language andThreats!" Today, in a series of tweet he said that he will be leaving Twitter really soon. Sonu also backed Paresh Rawal for his comments over Arundhati Roy and tweeted, "A woman can endorse a picture of Gautam Gambhir in the front of the Army Jeep, andParesh Rawal, Criticized for doing d same to someone else." The actor-MP had tweeted: "Instead of tying stone-pelter on the army jeep tie Arundhati Roy". The post was a reference to a video from Kashmir where the army had used a civilian as a human shield. 24-May-2017
70th World Health Assembly: Nadda stress Geneva, May 24 (ANI): Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare J.P. Nadda on Wednesday said that India in its address at the 70th World Health Assembly had stressed on importance of building strong, resilient health system. Nadda said that he even presented plans to make all developing countries free from Tuberculosis, Malaria and HIV problems. 24-May-2017
Theft In A Shop In Broad Daylight Caught A shop was robbed in the morning at 11 and the thieves took away a laptop, cash and mobile phones. The whole incident was captured by CCTV camera. Police have started looking at the suspects. 24-May-2017
U.S. government sues Fiat Chrysler over The U.S. Justice Department files a lawsuit accusing the Italian-American automaker of illegally using software to bypass emission controls in 104,000 diesel vehicles sold since 2014. 24-May-2017
Multiple IT Raids Across UP Acting against bureaucrats across Uttar Pradesh, the IT department has conducted raids on their premises in state. 24-May-2017
Wearable device to straighten out slouch A small wearable device that vibrates to remind you to sit up straight could help improve posture and reduce back pain, according to its Israeli developers. Amy Pollock reports 24-May-2017
Taiwan court rules in favour of gay marr Taiwan's top court rules in favour of gay marriage, a landmark decision that paves the way for the island to become the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex unions. 24-May-2017
'This is a place where we stand strong t Local poet Tony Walsh performs poem of unity at Manchester vigil after Monday's bombing. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 24-May-2017
Trump arrives in Vatican for talks with U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Pope Francis, who was one of his most high-profile critics during the presidential campaign. 24-May-2017
Trump meets Pope Francis at Vatican US President Donald Trump meets Pope Francis at the Vatican in a keenly-anticipated first face-to-face encounter between two world leaders who have clashed repeatedly on several issues. 24-May-2017
Mobile films and karaoke bring joy to In In the poorer parts of Indonesia, films and songs come to the residents through mobile movie theaters and karaoke bars. Ryan Brooks reports. 24-May-2017
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