• Jamal Khashoggi: UK to revoke visas of suspects in killing of journalist
Jamal Khashoggi: UK to revoke visas of suspects in killing of journalist

But shock waves over the killing of Mr. Khashoggi , a US resident, continued across the Middle East, posing a major challenge to the Trump administration , which has cultivated Saudi Arabia and its ambitious crown prince as a critical ally in the region.

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  • DeSantis, Gillum exchange insults in final Florida governor's debate
DeSantis, Gillum exchange insults in final Florida governor's debate

He has denied the remark was a reference to Gillum's race. In an attempt to quell the growing scandal, Gillum posted a video to Facebook urging his supporters not to fall for the Republicans' "distractions", which he said were motivated by "racial stereotypes".

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  • Smithtown man threatened senators over Kavanaugh
Smithtown man threatened senators over Kavanaugh

However the previous rituals aimed at Mr Trump, they say, have proved successful. - Eight in 10 Democrats, compared to 6 in 10 Republicans, said a Supreme Court nominee's personal history and character are extremely or very important. In an appearance on " The View " on Tuesday afternoon, Flake admitted that he never came to a conclusion on w...

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  • Germany presses for European Union unity on Saudi Arabia arms exports
Germany presses for European Union unity on Saudi Arabia arms exports

Spain has not joined the group of European countries most critical of the death of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi , who went missing on October 2 after walking into Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul. The officials say Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Donald Trump agreed during their call late on Sunday that the journalist's case "should be br...

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  • United States withdrawal of INF treaty paves way for new arms race
United States withdrawal of INF treaty paves way for new arms race

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's government voiced immediate concern over US President Donald Trump's threats to pull out of the INF nuclear arms treaty with Russian Federation. Last week, Putin said a nuclear strike against Russian Federation would unleash a "global catastrophe" because "retaliation is inevitable" on the part of his country.

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  • Trump Accuses Saudis Of 'Lies' As Europe Condemns Khashoggi Killing
Trump Accuses Saudis Of 'Lies' As Europe Condemns Khashoggi Killing

Nebraska GOP Sen. Ben Sasse said in a separate interview on the same program that the U.S. needed to look at a wide range of responses to Saudi Arabia, including potentially cutting arms sales to the kingdom. Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican close to Trump, accused MbS of ordering Khashoggi's murder and called him a "wrecking ball" jeopardizing...

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  • Scientists discover what they say is oldest intact shipweck
Scientists discover what they say is oldest intact shipweck

The ship is believed to have been a trading vessel of a type that researchers say has only previously been seen "on the side of ancient Greek pottery such as the "Siren Vase" in the British Museum" . "It's like another world", Helen Farr, a member of the expedition, told the BBC . The lack of oxygen in the water at the depth it was found at hav...

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  • Nun rape case: Priest who testified against Bishop Franco found dead
Nun rape case: Priest who testified against Bishop Franco found dead

Mary's Church in Dasuya in Jalandhar. His house and vehicle were attacked with stones and damaged by a mob once. Another time, Bishop Franco Mulakkal had visited his church and spoken against him to his parishioners. A few versions emerging from the church had claimed that Fr. Kuriakose was a heart patient, but the couple denied this. His broth...

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  • Trump, Cruz Pump Up Supporters At Packed MAGA Rally
Trump, Cruz Pump Up Supporters At Packed MAGA Rally

Although political relationships tend to be fluid, Trump's appearance for Cruz is notable, given that the two were bitter enemies during the 2016 primaries. Dozens slept outside there last night. But alt-right groups found themselves marginalised after differing with numerous president's policies and facing public backlash after the deadly "U...

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  • Theresa May to Meet Critics at Tory Backbench 1922 Committee
Theresa May to Meet Critics at Tory Backbench 1922 Committee

The Prime Minister will meet her Cabinet on Tuesday morning having temporarily averted another political crisis by highlighting there has been a "substantial shift" from Brussels. As well as the transition period, May will expect tough questions from MPs on the controversial "backstop" policy for preserving the frictionless Irish border no matter w...

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  • USA warships sail through Taiwan Strait
USA warships sail through Taiwan Strait

Although the USA and most nations consider much of the 110-mile Taiwan Strait to be worldwide waters, transiting there has always been a source of tension for Beijing. Hua said Beijing urged Washington to "scrupulously abide by the one-China principle" and "carefully handle the Taiwan-related issues in an appropriate manner".

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  • U.S. to begin cutting aid to Central America over migrant caravan
U.S. to begin cutting aid to Central America over migrant caravan

Thousands of Central American migrants have continued to push forward in their attempts to reach the United States, despite efforts by Mexico to halt their advance. Representatives for the White House and the US Border Patrol did not immediately reply to requests for comment. The approaching caravan has set off alarm bells within the Trump admini...

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  • Asks for 2,000 volunteers to search for Jayme Closs, other evidence
Asks for 2,000 volunteers to search for Jayme Closs, other evidence

The logs also indicate the initial 911 call that summoned deputies to the home early Monday came from a cellphone belonging to Denise Closs, Jayme's mother. The family's dog was there at the home when deputies arrived. Fitzgerald had declined to comment whether the crime was random or targeted. Investigators have said they haven't recovered a w...

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  • 24hrs curfew imposed on Kaduna metropolis
24hrs curfew imposed on Kaduna metropolis

The statement did not indicate why the action became necessary, but a source from the community told the News Agency of Nigeria that it witnessed some skirmishes on Thursday. The commissioner has visited the crisis-hit area to talk to youth, religious and traditional leaders in order to avoid further violence. The recent unrest has sparked off ...

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  • Two Men Charged in Georgia Officer’s Shooting Death
Two Men Charged in Georgia Officer’s Shooting Death

The other officers returned fire and pulled Toney to cover, and the suspect vehicle sped off. A witness at the scene was only able to describe one of the suspects, saying he was a black male standing about six feet, with long dreadlocks, wearing green sweatpants and a white T-shirt.

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  • Police injured as Amritsar tragedy protesters take to stone-pelting
Police injured as Amritsar tragedy protesters take to stone-pelting

Some people say the top light of the train was not working. Video clips posted on the social media showed some people who had apparently seen the approaching train tried to run away. The police have not questioned Saurabh Madan, who has now gone underground. A senior Railway Ministry official, however, admitted that the loco-pilots of the Diesel ...

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  • Canadian Girl Scout (9) sells big outside marijuana dispensary
Canadian Girl Scout (9) sells big outside marijuana dispensary

But Canada raked in major profits on its first day: the British Columbia made at least $41,000, Alberta made almost $730,000, Quebec pulled in $220,500, Nova Scotia totalled 'just over $660,000 in sales, ' and New Brunswick hasn't released figures yet.

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  • Dancefloor Collapses At Clemson Party
Dancefloor Collapses At Clemson Party

Students could be seen plummeting from the first floor into the basement, while others attempted to jump to safety, but a lot of them were unsuccessful. 'Everyone was on the floor and people were screaming and there was wood sticking up from the floorboards'. Authorities said 30 people were rushed to nearby hospitals to be treated.

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  • Gulf ally UAE hails Saudi reponse on Khashoggi
Gulf ally UAE hails Saudi reponse on Khashoggi

A number of United States lawmakers, including a Republican highly critical of the Saudis, Senator Lindsey Graham, said they were sceptical about the report on the journalist's death. Saudi Arabia had rejected as baseless reports that Mr Khashoggi was killed and dismembered inside the consulate, but had been facing growing pressure to explain what ...

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  • Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend Invictus Games opening ceremony in Sydney
Duke and Duchess of Sussex attend Invictus Games opening ceremony in Sydney

He played an instrumental role in bringing the Games to the United Kingdom in 2014, when 300 competitors from 13 countries took part in the inaugural competition in London. Well worth the flight from Brisbane and the 3.30 alarm. "They have shown us the true meaning of resilience". Anthony Carroll, known as Harries , added: "It was unbelievable...

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  • The verdict of Manafort stand 8 February
The verdict of Manafort stand 8 February

Rosenstein appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller to lead the Russian Federation probe after Trump fired Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey in May 2017. Prosecutors say Manafort falsified the documents, leaving off millions in income. Manafort's trial and admissions of guilt focused on his lobbying work for pro-Russian Ukraini...

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  • Russia's Putin thanks Turkey's efforts in Syria's Idlib
Russia's Putin thanks Turkey's efforts in Syria's Idlib

Meanwhile, The Guardian newspaper reported that Bolton recently recommended that Trump withdraw from the treaty. Nearly 3,000 Russian troops are now based in Syria . Putin emphasized during an global policy forum in Sochi that Russia's military doctrine doesn't envisage a preventative nuclear strike. The U.S. State Department later said Moscow...

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  • John Kelly and John Bolton Argue Over Immigration
John Kelly and John Bolton Argue Over Immigration

The White House declined to comment on the argument. Earlier this year, the New York Times reported that Nielsen was close to resigning after being criticized by Trump at a Cabinet meeting for what he said was her failure to secure US borders.

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  • Association chides Trump for praising Gianforte
Association chides Trump for praising Gianforte

The Guardian has also reacted to the news, noting that the U.S. president had applauded "the assault of an American journalist". President Trump got a welcomed distraction at a Montana rally. Journalists from the USA and around the world were quick to express solidarity with the Guardian and condemned Trump's comments as "shocking" and those...

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  • Russian woman charged with interfering in U.S. midterm elections
Russian woman charged with interfering in U.S. midterm elections

The woman, identified as Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova of St. Petersburg, Russia, allegedly served as the chief accountant for an operation known as "Project Lakhta", the Justice Department said today in a statement. Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence blasted China in a speech saying Russia's influence efforts in America pale in comparison with th...

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  • 18 dead in Crimea college rampage
18 dead in Crimea college rampage

Bomb disposal experts of the FSB have been deployed to the college in Kerch, Crimea , a Black Sea peninsula which Russian Federation annexed from Ukraine four years ago. Authorities determined that an explosive was also used in the attack, but the Investigative Committee, Russia's top crime investigation agency, found that all the victims died...

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  • Mexico seeks assistance from United Nations for migrant caravan
Mexico seeks assistance from United Nations for migrant caravan

Mexican authorities, in a bid to soothe Mr Trump's fury and to deter the migrants , without appearing to violate worldwide law, have asked the United Nations to set up a migrant processing centre near its southern border . The Mexican visit is important for future relations because it comes just ahead of the inauguration in December of Preside...

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  • Meghan tries her hand at Aussie Rules football
Meghan tries her hand at Aussie Rules football

A palace spokesperson said that Ragland said she is "is very happy about this lovely news and is looking forward to welcoming her first grandchild". Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have wrapped up a hugely successful visit to Melbourne on the third day of their Australian tour.

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  • Europe Offers Britain an Olive Branch to Break Brexit Impasse
Europe Offers Britain an Olive Branch to Break Brexit Impasse

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks with the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker during the EU summit in Brussels , Belgium. The anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats said extending the transition was another "embarrassing climbdown" for May. Tusk advised May that "creative" thinking from Britain was required to avoid a hard b...

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  • Meghan Markle Wears Bump-Hugging Dress on Royal Tour
Meghan Markle Wears Bump-Hugging Dress on Royal Tour

It may be a grey day in Sydney but hundreds of people have brought colour to Bondi Beach to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex . The welcome included one young fan, Luke Vincent, who broke the ropeline to embrace the prince, playfully playing with his beard.

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  • Canadian marijuana ban goes up in smoke
Canadian marijuana ban goes up in smoke

South Africa allows the use of marijuana in private, but it is still a criminal offence to sale it. While growing, buying and using marijuana are all legal, that doesn't mean you can sell it as well. He joins an increasingly long list of politicians getting the pot business. "And my new dealer is the prime minister!" "(It's) not our government'...

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  • Boko Haram executes detained aid worker, Hauwa Leman
Boko Haram executes detained aid worker, Hauwa Leman

And that's what we did. Toafic Toure, ICRC operational communication delegate, Maiduguri sub-delegation, had on Sunday pleaded with the federal government to avert Leman's killing as the Monday deadline given by the insurgents approached.

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  • European Union leaders gather for 'moment of truth' Brexit summit
European Union leaders gather for 'moment of truth' Brexit summit

A Cabinet source said yesterday that despite May's refusal to give in to European Union demands, ministers were very anxious by what she said to the House of Commons earlier that day, telling BI: "Pizza club should be interesting tonight".

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  • School in Russian-annexed Crimea hit by deadly blast
School in Russian-annexed Crimea hit by deadly blast

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said President Vladimir Putin had ordered security services to conduct a thorough probe. The wars were followed by an Islamist insurgency in the North Caucasus region, east of Crimea , and insurgents have claimed responsibility or been blamed for most of the bombings and other attacks in Russian Federation over...

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  • Canada now world’s largest legal marijuana marketplace
Canada now world’s largest legal marijuana marketplace

As a result, many people will be ordering their pot online and waiting for it to be brought to their front door. "We're not legalising cannabis because we think it's good for our health". People in Canada are cheering, enduring long lines and honking their vehicle horns in support as the country's first marijuana dispensaries open their doors Wed...

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