• More than 4 million excluded from Indian citizenship in controversial registry
More than 4 million excluded from Indian citizenship in controversial registry

The Sarbananda Sonowal-led BJP government in Assam released the second draft of the NRC Monday - more than six months after the first draft was released - featuring 2.89 crore names and leaving out at least 40 lakh people. He also accused the opposition parties of trying to portray the BJP as a party trying to divide the country. Scores of peop...

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  • Release of 3D-gun software blocked
Release of 3D-gun software blocked

A federal judge in Seattle issued a temporary restraining order on Tuesday that prevents the publication of online 3D blueprints for plastic yet deadly guns. Gun reform advocates have their work cut out for them with this issue, because there are no real regulations in place regarding who can download the blueprints.

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  • Korea Remains Could Be Army Troops Who Fell at 'Frozen Chosin'
Korea Remains Could Be Army Troops Who Fell at 'Frozen Chosin'

Gen. Kelly McKeague, the DPAA director, Byrd said his initial examination of the remains, and his discussions with the North Koreans, led him to believe that further analysis will show that the remains are those of Americans. No caveats". "They had been very carefully packaged with padding and packaging that was done to, I think, a very high stan...

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  • Trump calls on USA attorney-general to end Russian Federation probe ‘disgrace’
Trump calls on USA attorney-general to end Russian Federation probe ‘disgrace’

Russian Federation is trying to "weaken and divide" the United States ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, members of President Donald Trump's national security team said Thursday, pointing to efforts to combat election interference this fall.

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  • Trump praises Florida Gov. Scott ahead of rally for gubernatorial candidate
Trump praises Florida Gov. Scott ahead of rally for gubernatorial candidate

He was trying to tell supporters that tighter laws would stop people who aren't USA citizens from voting, and in his argument added that people need IDs for most other things. Just a few months ago, DeSantis was way behind in the polls, but is now enjoying a lead, and in some polls, is leading over opponent and current AG Commissioner Adam Putn...

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  • Mexico governor says 'no fatalities' in Aeromexico plane crash
Mexico governor says 'no fatalities' in Aeromexico plane crash

Some were screaming. The plane came to a stop, she said, and everyone began hastily disembarking. "The pilot had to execute a manoeuvre correctly and then we hit the storm at its peak while we were going up, and not while we were up in the air", he said.

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  • Scientists Just Discovered a New Dolphin-Whale Hybrid!
Scientists Just Discovered a New Dolphin-Whale Hybrid!

However, this specific case is unusual since only one melon-headed whale was seen mingling with a group of rough-toothed dolphins. In 2017, before future naval officers trained on submarines in the waters around Kauai - a place called the Pacific Missile Range Facility - the U.S.

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  • Rick Gates may not testify in Manafort trial
Rick Gates may not testify in Manafort trial

A jury set to decide the fate of President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Manafort was selected Tuesday, and opening statements in his tax evasion and bank fraud trial were expected in the afternoon. The judge has warned prosecutors not to inject Russian matters into the case, and on Wednesday morning instructed them not to use the word ...

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  • North Korea Is Building New Missiles
North Korea Is Building New Missiles

Ahn Ik-san, the general leading the North Korean delegation at the military talks, noted South Korean news reports suggesting that he might try to persuade the South to push for a joint declaration with the USA to formally end the war. There were estimated 5,300 Americans who did not return home from the conflict. The evidence obtained this mon...

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  • State Dept: North Korea Has Committed to Denuclearization
State Dept: North Korea Has Committed to Denuclearization

The newly obtained evidence points to ongoing work on at least one Hwasong-15 at the Sanumdong plant, according to imagery collected by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in recent weeks. The Trump administration has hailed the repatriation as a significant goodwill gesture even as efforts toward persuading the North to abandon its nuclear...

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  • Facebook deletes pages after uncovering 'coordinated' USA misinformation campaign
Facebook deletes pages after uncovering 'coordinated' USA misinformation campaign

That said, Facebook acknowledged one instance of a connection between the Internet Research Agency and the fake accounts removed on Tuesday. In one case, a known IRA account was listed as an administrator on a Facebook page controlled by the newly banned group.

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  • Donald Trump threatens government shutdown over immigration
Donald Trump threatens government shutdown over immigration

Asked if he required the full $25 billion the White House has requested to build a wall along the US border with Mexico, as well as his other immigration priorities, in order to avert a shutdown , Trump replied, "I always leave room for negotiation".

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  • North Korea may be working on new intercontinental missiles
North Korea may be working on new intercontinental missiles

According to The Washington Post , the officials cited satellite images that purportedly show activity at the Sanumdong military facility. The officials say the evidence shows that North Korea is working on at least one liquid-fueled long-range ICBM at the plant that made the country's first missile capable of reaching the US.

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  • Prosecutors advise witnesses in Manafort trial: Avoid the T-word
Prosecutors advise witnesses in Manafort trial: Avoid the T-word

Prosecutors want to show memos, campaign ad scripts, political rally plans and other work Manafort did in an effort to prove that he made over $60million off the Party of Regions and its leader, Viktor Yanukovych, between 2005 and 2014. There are also four alternates, three women and a man. The Virginia trial will be followed by a second one in...

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  • Spy photos show North Korea is building new missiles
Spy photos show North Korea is building new missiles

The Post says new evidence, including satellite photographs, indicate the missiles are liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles and are being constructed at a factory that produced North Korea's first such missile capable of reaching the United States.

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  • What you need to know about the Paul Manafort trial
What you need to know about the Paul Manafort trial

In recent months, prosecutors in Mueller's office have produced detailed indictments charging at least Russian 25 individuals and three Russian companies with crimes related to election interference, including hacking into the emails of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, money laundering and steali...

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  • Access to 3D Printable Gun Plans Blocked by Pa. Lawmakers
Access to 3D Printable Gun Plans Blocked by Pa. Lawmakers

Washington State, which, according to the statement , is joined by Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Maryland, New York, and the District of Columbia in the lawsuit , also argues that the settlement violates its constitutional right, under the 10th Amendment, to regulate firearms.

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  • Mnangagwa and Chamisa both claim victory in Zimbabwe's landmark poll
Mnangagwa and Chamisa both claim victory in Zimbabwe's landmark poll

On Twitter, he alleged there was a "deliberate attempt to suppress" voting in urban areas - MDC strongholds. Zec head Priscilla Chigumba said 90% of polling stations had opened on time. "ED is full of lies just like the rest of the ZANU-PF", said Chris Lore, a 26-year old street hawker. Mnangagwa, voting in his Kwekwe constituency in central Zi...

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  • Prime Minister Imran Khan? Not so fast, say the numbers
Prime Minister Imran Khan? Not so fast, say the numbers

Supporters of Imran Khan, chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf political party, celebrate near his residence in Bani Gala during the general election, in Islamabad, Pakistan July 25, 2018. It said the views expressed by Khan during his speech about Pakistan's future ties with its neighbours and global powers were "sensible and aspirational"...

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  • Dry conditions, excessive heat fan flames of California wildfires
Dry conditions, excessive heat fan flames of California wildfires

More than 4,500 buildings were under threat, officials said. Firefighters tried in vain to build containment around the blaze Thursday, but flames kept jumping their lines, he said. Unfortunately the fire spread and we no longer have a home but I'm just glad i still have my family safe. would really appreciate some prayers. A total of five peo...

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  • Arctic cruise ship guard shoots polar bear dead for injuring colleague
Arctic cruise ship guard shoots polar bear dead for injuring colleague

The injured man was taken by helicopter to hospital. His identity was not released. No further information about the attack was given, but a photograph showed the polar bear's body after it was killed by the other guard. Polar bears have been protected in Norway since 1973 and almost 1,000 were counted on Svalbard during a 2015 census. The stat...

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  • Facebook suspends US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
Facebook suspends US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

The company received a number of reports related to four different videos on Jones" page, as well as his more popular page " Infowars' . One of the four banned videos had even been marked as acceptable after a moderator reviewed it last month, according to TechCrunch .

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  • Lawyer says three women paid hush money over alleged affairs
Lawyer says three women paid hush money over alleged affairs

Daniels, who claims to have had an affair with now-President Donald Trump in 2006, was arrested in early July for allegedly touching a patron while operating in a "sexually oriented business", which is against OH law. Blakely claims he canceled it after he saw Avenatti on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" on Sunday, hinting that Cohe...

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  • Mugabe: 'I can't vote for Zanu-PF' in Zimbabwe election
Mugabe: 'I can't vote for Zanu-PF' in Zimbabwe election

Zimbabwe's generals shocked the world past year when they seized control and ushered Mnangagwa to power after Mugabe allegedly tried to position his wife Grace, 53, to be his successor. "He is a citizen". This is the first election in 37 years without Mr Mugabe's name on the ballot form with campaigns having been generally peaceful as well as wo...

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  • Urabeños cartel puts $70,000 price on dog's head
Urabeños cartel puts $70,000 price on dog's head

Now the sniffer dog has a price on her head as the leader of the most powerful drug cartel in the country wants her stopped. This record of arrests and drug seizures has led Sombra to be referred to as "the torment of 'Otoniel , '" who is the head of the Urabeños mafia.

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  • Trump rejects Cohen claim that he knew about 2016 Trump Tower meeting
Trump rejects Cohen claim that he knew about 2016 Trump Tower meeting

CNN , citing unidentified sources with knowledge of the matter, said Mr Cohen was willing to make that assertion to Special Counsel Robert Mueller , who is investigating whether Mr Trump's presidential campaign had worked with Russian Federation to sway the 2016 USA presidential election.

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  • Palestinian protest icon Tamimi released from Israeli prison
Palestinian protest icon Tamimi released from Israeli prison

Her mother filmed the incident and posted it on Facebook , where it went viral and, for many, instantly turned Ahed into a symbol of resistance to Israel's half-century-old military rule over the Palestinians. Her eight-month sentence was the result of a plea deal . Lasky added that the interrogator in question threatened to arrest Tamimi's...

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  • How the lunar eclipse looked above south-east Queensland
How the lunar eclipse looked above south-east Queensland

After that, the shadow of the Earth will slowly retreat across the lunar surface until the partial eclipse comes to completion at 11.19pm. Won't the sky be too bright for us to see all of this? From the Cape of Good Hope to the Middle East, and from the Kremlin to Sydney Harbour, thousands of people turned their eyes to the stars to watch...

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  • Brock Turner's lawyers argue their appeal in 2015 sexual assault case
Brock Turner's lawyers argue their appeal in 2015 sexual assault case

In the courtroom, he argued that "The record lacks sufficient evidence to support the three convictions in this case". Multhaup said Turner was engaging in what he called "sexual outercourse ", calling it a version of safe sex, according to CBS San Francisco.

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  • Scores dead in southern Syria as ISIS unleashes devastating attacks
Scores dead in southern Syria as ISIS unleashes devastating attacks

But this month it became a new front for advancing Syrian forces after they re-established their authority over most of neighbouring Daraa province. "It's the bloodiest death toll in Sweida province since the start of the war" in 2011 and one of the deadliest ever in Syria, Abdel Rahman said. The Observatory also reported a series of suicide ...

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  • Israel To Expand Settlement In Response To Deadly Stabbing
Israel To Expand Settlement In Response To Deadly Stabbing

Magen David Adom medics treated a 31-year-old man who was critically injured, another 58-year-old man who was in serious condition, and a third male victim who was lightly injured. The European Union condemned the attack, branding it "barbaric". 'Such disgusting acts serve only those who stand in the way of peace'. On Friday an Israeli soldier ...

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  • Trump 'open' to visiting Moscow for meeting with Putin
Trump 'open' to visiting Moscow for meeting with Putin

Deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley said Thursday that Kaitlan Collins was denied access to Trump's Rose Garden event with the European Commission president on Wednesday because of her refusal to leave the Oval Office during a previous availability with the president.

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  • One Dead As California Battles Raging Wildfire Spreading Near City
One Dead As California Battles Raging Wildfire Spreading Near City

Cal Fire spokesman Scott McLean said the Carr Fire in Shasta County is "taking everything down in its path", having already burned dozens of homes in the communities of Shasta, Keswick and the west side of Redding on Thursday night, adding that Redding residents had little warning try to evacuate.

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  • WH press corps shows unity after reporter barred from Rose Garden event
WH press corps shows unity after reporter barred from Rose Garden event

Collins was working as the press pool reporter on Wednesday and asking several questions as the press are ushered out of the room is common for the network reporter representing the pool. "Such rhetoric and actions from the President and the White House that seemingly occur simply because they do not like the questions and the coverage they are get...

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  • Cairo zoo denies its zebras are really donkeys with painted stripes
Cairo zoo denies its zebras are really donkeys with painted stripes

Egyptian student Mahmoud Sarhan exposed the alleged masquerade in a Facebook photo, in which he is seen posing next to one of the offending animals at Cairo's International Garden park. Mr Sarhan said the enclosure was home to two animals, both which he says were painted. Despite this, International Gardens park's director Mohamed Sultan has...

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