• Trump Signs Executive Order to Sanction Foreigners Who Interfere in U.S
Trump Signs Executive Order to Sanction Foreigners Who Interfere in U.S

And after each election, the intelligence community will have 45 days to investigate whether there was an attempt at interference, followed by a Justice Department review. government will not tolerate interference of any kind and will use every tool at our disposal to protect our democratic process", she said. USA intelligence agencies concluded ...

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  • Skripal poisoning suspects are civilians, not criminals, says Putin
Skripal poisoning suspects are civilians, not criminals, says Putin

Skripal's niece Viktoria, who lives in Russia and often voices pro-Kremlin arguments on Russian television talk shows, told the Interfax news agency later on Wednesday that she knows "through her own sources" that the men identified as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov are "ordinary men" who are "shocked" by the accusations.

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  • Hatch, Lee rip Democrats' 'theatrics,' predict Kavanaugh confirmation
Hatch, Lee rip Democrats' 'theatrics,' predict Kavanaugh confirmation

Supreme Court nomination, as the senator admitted she wasn't swayed by a leaked 2003 email in which Kavanaugh said Roe v. Wade wasn't " settled law ". "We're moving right along", McConnell said during a radio interview in Kentucky ahead of the announcement. "I asked him: please make it fast. There was never anything like that", Miranda said.

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  • Indian Nuns: Arrest Rapist Bishop
Indian Nuns: Arrest Rapist Bishop

But the lower clergy in India have generally not broken ranks until now, when it is alleged that a bishop used his position to rape a nun repeatedly over a span of three years. Before the protests, which have been unfolding for two days, take on a life and velocity of their own, the Kerala government should hasten the due process in the matter.

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  • Trump Administration To Close Palestine Liberation Organization Office In D.C.
Trump Administration To Close Palestine Liberation Organization Office In D.C.

National Security Adviser John Bolton on Monday made the unprecedented move of threatening the International Criminal Court if it follows through with investigations of alleged war crimes committed by USA troops and intelligence officials in Afghanistan.

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  • Diplomats from Iran, Russia, Turkey meet United Nations envoy on Syria
Diplomats from Iran, Russia, Turkey meet United Nations envoy on Syria

An influx of displaced people has roughly doubled the Idlib region's population to around 2.9 million people in recent years. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday called on Russian Federation and Iran to halt a looming "humanitarian disaster" in Idlib, saying Syrians there could not be left to the mercy of President Bashar al-A...

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  • Donald Trump's visit to Ireland CANCELLED due to 'scheduling reasons'
Donald Trump's visit to Ireland CANCELLED due to 'scheduling reasons'

But White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders later told reporters that no final decision had been made, suggesting the proposed visit could still yet happen. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar invited Mr Trump to Ireland during a meeting at the St Patrick's Day celebrations in Washington in March. He added that the Irish government disagreed with Trump admin...

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  • Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif’s wife Kulsoom passes away after battle with cancer
Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif’s wife Kulsoom passes away after battle with cancer

Nawaz had been at her husband's side throughout his decades-long political career, which saw him become prime minister of Pakistan three times while facing military coups, prison and exile. Her family was known for wrestling. The funeral prayers of Pakistan's former first lady will be offered at the Regent's Park mosque in central London.

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  • President praises '40 heroes' of Flight 93 on 9/11 observance in Shanksville
President praises '40 heroes' of Flight 93 on 9/11 observance in Shanksville

In all, almost 3,000 people were killed on september 11 , 2001, when terrorists hijacked a total of four commercial planes and flew them into the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, the Pentagon and the Pennsylvania field. Those aboard United Flight 93, told over the phone by their loved ones that two other passengers jets had smashed into New...

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  • Cops raid home of couple who raised $400K for homeless man
Cops raid home of couple who raised $400K for homeless man

Investigators raided the home of Mark D'Amico and Katelyn McClure of Bordentown early Thursday, seizing a BMW that the couple is believed to have bought with the donations. Lawyers for Bobbitt and the couple have disagreed on how much of the $400,000 that was raised has already been spent on Bobbitt's behalf. For the time being, the money will ...

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  • Britain charges 2 Russians over Novichok poisoning
Britain charges 2 Russians over Novichok poisoning

Britain secured the support of the leaders of United States, France, Germany, and Canada, who issued a joint statement on September 6 in which they agreed with the British assessment that Russia's government "almost certainly" approved the poisoning.

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  • Finance Consultant From Andhra Pradesh Among 3 Killed In US Bank Shooting
Finance Consultant From Andhra Pradesh Among 3 Killed In US Bank Shooting

Thursday evening the Cincinnati Reds honored the five shooting victims with a moment of silence while an image with " Cincinnati Strong" was displayed on the scoreboard. The gunman did not enter any upper floors. United Way teamed up with bank officials, Downtown Cincinnati Inc., and Mayor John Cranley's office for a public vigil Friday nigh...

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  • Wildfire that closed California interstate explodes in size
Wildfire that closed California interstate explodes in size

A wildfire erupted in forest land in Northern California on Wednesday, forcing the evacuation of dozens of homes and the closure of a stretch of an interstate highway near where a deadly blaze broke out in July, officials said. The Legislature budgets for firefighting costs based on historical averages. They later revised the affected streets to ...

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  • Air strikes continue in last Syrian rebel stronghold of Idlib
Air strikes continue in last Syrian rebel stronghold of Idlib

The widely anticipated offensive has drawn global concern. They seized the territories, with the backing of the U.S-led coalition, after chasing out Islamic State militants. "Agreed to work to end terrorism & avoid human suffering in #Idlib". "Russia's message is clear", argues Mr. Yetkın. The group said one of its already damaged centers has bee...

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  • Trump Tells Montana Rally Crowd: If I Get Impeached, it's Your Fault
Trump Tells Montana Rally Crowd: If I Get Impeached, it's Your Fault

Trump said numerous Senate Democrats whom Tester had helped elect "are attacking Judge Kavanaugh and looking like fools". Trump said numerous Senate Democrats whom Tester had helped elect "are attacking Judge Kavanaugh and looking like fools".

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  • Police detain suspected shooter in Cincinnati's Fountain Square, dispatcher says
Police detain suspected shooter in Cincinnati's Fountain Square, dispatcher says

When four police officers arrived, they shot the suspect through glass windows and killed him, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said . It is now unclear if the gunman shot himself or was killed by officers. She said after repeatedly hearing shots, she went to the window and saw people running and ducking for cover as officers started shoo...

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  • Officials rush to assure Trump they didn't pen op-ed criticizing him
Officials rush to assure Trump they didn't pen op-ed criticizing him

As one high level administration official after the other released scathing statements denying they were the wordsmith culprit, Trump appears to have bought the rebuttals. Sen. Chris Coons of DE said, " President Trump continues to show a troubling trend in which he views the Department of Justice as the private legal department of the Trum...

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  • Korean leaders schedule third summit, envoy says
Korean leaders schedule third summit, envoy says

Chung cites Kim as saying dismantling at the Tongchang-ri rocket site mean no future long-range missile tests would take place because it's his only long-range rocket testing site. Kim's show of faith came during a meeting with South Korean envoys in Pyongyang on Wednesday. North Korea accused the United States of making "unilateral and gangster-...

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  • Marco Rubio to Alex Jones of InfoWars: ‘Don’t touch me’
Marco Rubio to Alex Jones of InfoWars: ‘Don’t touch me’

And he made quite the statement to Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. "Hey, don't touch me again, man ". After attempting to ignore Jones, Rubio told him, "I don't know who you are, man". InfoWars' Alex Jones aggressively confronted Sen. Jones' show has been banned on a number of platforms. Twitter banned accounts from him and...

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  • British prosecutors to charge two Russians in United Kingdom nerve agent attack
British prosecutors to charge two Russians in United Kingdom nerve agent attack

While UK officials have blamed the Russian government for the poisoning, Basu refused to disclose whether police believed the suspects worked for Russia's intelligence services, saying that "this was a sophisticated attack across borders".

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  • Donald Trump Blames Jeff Sessions for Indictment of Two House Republicans
Donald Trump Blames Jeff Sessions for Indictment of Two House Republicans

All of that happened because the President of the United States said a local police force had "acted stupidly" in arresting a guy trying to get into his own house. Trump's tweet drew a scolding Monday from Sen. Some Republicans called Trump's words "appalling" and "not appropriate", The New York Times reports.

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  • Brazil's National Museum, home to 20 million items, destroyed in fire
Brazil's National Museum, home to 20 million items, destroyed in fire

Rio de Janeiro's iconic National Museum of Brazil-which turned two hundred years old this June-went up in flames tonight, turning over twenty million historical objects into ash. The museum is housed in the Paço de São Cristóvão, which was home to the Brazilian imperial family for much of the 19th century. Members of Brazil security forces stand...

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  • LGBT rights: Malaysia women caned for attempting lesbian sex
LGBT rights: Malaysia women caned for attempting lesbian sex

The BBC reports that the women, aged 22 and 32, were each caned six times in the Sharia High Court in the state of Terengganu. "Caning is a terrible reminder of the depth of discrimination LGBTI people face in the country and a sign that the new government condones the use of inhuman and degrading punishments, much like its predecessor", Lee adde...

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  • Mum tries to carjack driver while carrying BABY
Mum tries to carjack driver while carrying BABY

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety (TXDPS), which released the video , a trooper deployed a tire deflation device that disabled the front tire. Moment mother on the run with her baby crashes her auto. The terrified driver leaps out and rescues her own child from the back seat, and police drag Rodriguez out of the vehicle and wr...

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  • Zim-China Relations Have Reached A New Level Under Mnangagwa: Chinese Envoy
Zim-China Relations Have Reached A New Level Under Mnangagwa: Chinese Envoy

On Sunday, Sisulu said one of this year's goals was to "see how FOCAC can be further strengthened to continue to advance common growth and development even more effectively - growth and development that is mutually beneficial to the people of the People's Republic of China and the African continent".

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  • Lobbyist admits steering foreign funds to inaugural
Lobbyist admits steering foreign funds to inaugural

District Court for the District of Columbia. Paul Manafort's former associate was also head of International Republican Institute's Moscow office from 2001 to 2004, worked with the late opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, served as Eurasian program director at a Russia-focused advocacy group, and worked as a legislative adviser and speechwriter ...

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  • Some members of government will boycott any state events involving Donald Trump
Some members of government will boycott any state events involving Donald Trump

A lot of people disagree with a lot of his policies, just as I do in fact. "No, I don't think I did at all", Trump said. Braun's ad hearkens back to Trump's last visit to the state; it features video of the president's call to unseat Donnelly .

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  • Puerto Rico lacked disaster planning, study finds
Puerto Rico lacked disaster planning, study finds

The report offered recommendations on how Puerto Rico can improve its response systems, including updating communications plans and enhancing training for public health professionals. historical previous. That does not include indirect deaths of the sort the George Washington researchers counted in Puerto Rico. "I'm very proud and grateful to b...

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  • U.S. Will Cut Millions in Funding to U.N. Palestinian Agency
U.S. Will Cut Millions in Funding to U.N. Palestinian Agency

Foreign Policy first reported the Trump administration's decision to end funding for the United Nations agency. "We have no announcements on UNRWA funding at this time ", a State Department spokeswoman told Reuters. He said "neither the United States nor else will be able to dissolve” UNRWA". S move as a "grave escalation against the Pale...

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  • Christian MP Frank Field quits Labour whip with anti-Semitism warning
Christian MP Frank Field quits Labour whip with anti-Semitism warning

This issue alone compels me to resign the whip. "I said I would think about it because it is insane to spend an hour with the chief whip and not think about what he said, but I didn't express any enthusiasm for that". "The chief whip said that I can not remain after two weeks of resigning the Labour whip a member of the Labour party". He added th...

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  • Hurricane Maria killed 2975 in Puerto Rico: New official toll
Hurricane Maria killed 2975 in Puerto Rico: New official toll

Rep. Nydia Velazquez, a New York Democrat, said the report shows the USA government failed the people of Puerto Rico . "Every death is a horror, but if you look at a real catastrophe like Katrina and you look at the tremendous hundreds and hundreds of people that died and what happened here with a storm that was just totally overbearing, no on...

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  • Is Andrew Gillum the 'Woke Obama' we've all been waiting for?
Is Andrew Gillum the 'Woke Obama' we've all been waiting for?

For a second day in a row, the Florida governor's race played out over the national airwaves, as Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum (D) and Rep. Ron DeSantis (R) continued to spar over whether the phrase " monkey this up" is racially charged.

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  • Russian Federation announces massive military exercise that will also involve Chinese army
Russian Federation announces massive military exercise that will also involve Chinese army

In Russia say that these exercises will be the largest since 1981. According to the TASS news agency, About 300,000 troops and more than 1,000 aircraft are set to take part in Russian massive military exercise that will also involve the Chinese and Mongolian armies.

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  • Trump warns Google, Facebook, Twitter to tread carefully
Trump warns Google, Facebook, Twitter to tread carefully

The president offered no proof to back up his claim. On Twitter on Tuesday, Trump accused Google - without evidence - of "suppressing" conservative voices and "hiding information" and good news . "Illegal?" He added, again with no evidence, that "96% of results on "Trump News" are from National Left-Wing Media, very risky". On Tuesday morning,...

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  • Sen. John McCain to lie in state in Capitol Rotunda Friday
Sen. John McCain to lie in state in Capitol Rotunda Friday

President Donald Trump rejected the issuance of an official White House statement , which was praising McCain along with condolences, The Washington Post said citing anonymous officials. President Donald Trump has long feuded with McCain, and is reportedly not invited to his funeral. Trump noted the senator's death in a tweet Satur...

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