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Donald Trump threatens imposition of national emergency over border wall issue

US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose a national emergency which will empower him to go ahead with his plan to construct a barrier, concrete or steel, along the southern border with Mexico to prevent flow of illegal immigrants into the country.

Trump Wednesday said imposing a national emergency is the last option and threatened to use it if the Democrats do not allocate USD 5.7 billion funding for his controversial US-Mexico border wall plan.He argued that the current situation, wherein people are entering the country illegally and there is a massive smuggling of drugs, poses a national security threat."I have the absolute right to impose national emergency if I want," Trump said. 

Ghana: 60 killed in bus collision at Tamale-Kintampo Highway

More than 60 passengers on board died instantly when two public transport buses collided head on in the early hours of Friday March 22, 2019 on the Ta...

Indian man gets eight-year jail in Canada for causing bus crash that killed 16 people

A 30-year-old Indian truck driver in Canada was sentenced to eight years in prison on Friday for causing a bus crash that killed 16 people, mostly mem...

IS caliphate eliminated, says Syrian Democratic Force

Damascus: In a latest development, the Islamic State 'caliphate' was completely eliminated from their last stronghold in eastern Syria, a report said ...

'Boeing 737 Max crashes show inadequate regulation'

The two crashes involving the same Boeing 737 Max model in a span of five months revealed some problems with the industry regulation as well as pilot ...