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Afghan bombing death toll rises to 68

Afghan bombing death toll rises to 68

Protesters from the Nangarhar province's Achin district had gathered to call for the removal of a local police commander. Relatives and family members of Tuesday's victims have continued blocking ...

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Tropical disturbance moving toward western Gulf of Mexico, not Florida

Tropical disturbance moving toward western Gulf of Mexico, not Florida

Because many areas are already saturated, as little as 1 inch of quick rain could cause flash flooding in some areas. If Invest 95L becomes a tropical storm or hurricane, the next name on the 2018 ...

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Syria's Idlib could face worst catastrophe this century

Syria's Idlib could face worst catastrophe this century

They are believed to be holding them in the Safaa area. "He's been warned . And so we'll see if he's wised up". "People are trying to settle wherever they can in the hope of being protected from th...

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Russian bombers intercepted by USA fighter jets west of Alaska

Russian bombers intercepted by USA fighter jets west of Alaska

ET Tuesday, but did not give a more precise location. NORAD added that the "Russian aircraft remained in global airspace and at no time did the aircraft enter United States or Canadian airspace". Th...

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Cuomo Maintains Healthy Lead Over Nixon

Cuomo Maintains Healthy Lead Over Nixon

Support for Mr. Cuomo, 60, was especially strong among black and Latino voters, as well as with voters over 55-years-old and voters in New York City, where the bulk of the state's registered Democrats...

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First two U.S. troops from North Korean remains identified

First two U.S. troops from North Korean remains identified

Reuters reported that remains from the two identified troops are believed to have been recovered from a battle near the Chongchon River. However, according to director of scientific analysis at t...

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Russia's largest-ever war games and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation concerns

Russia's largest-ever war games and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation concerns

Speaking at the Tsugol firing range about 130 kilometres (80 miles) north of the border with China, where Russian and Chinese troops performed joint drills, Putin lauded the troops for their skills,...

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Aussie schoolgirl protests against national anthem, Latest World News

Aussie schoolgirl protests against national anthem, Latest World News

Nielsen told local media the Australian anthem marginalised a whole section of the nation's population. Harper Nielsen , a student at Kenmore South State School in Brisbane, chose to protest agai...

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Hurricane Florence: Four reasons to fear this storm

The storm was a unsafe Category 4 hurricane Wednesday but has been downgraded to a Category 2 storm Thursday. Conditions will deteriorate through Thursday (local time): Starting along the coast,...

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European court rules against UK over mass surveillance

European court rules against UK over mass surveillance

Human rights groups and journalists scored a victory against the British government's mass electronic surveillance system on Thursday after Europe's top rights court ruled that the so-called "Big B...

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Dead rat in soup costs restaurant $190m

Dead rat in soup costs restaurant $190m

The husband also claims the staff said, "If you are anxious about the baby, then we'll give you 20,000 yuan (£2,200) to abort it", according to the South China Morning post . "Is a life worth only 20...

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Dubuque native testifies on behalf of Trump's Supreme Court pick

Dubuque native testifies on behalf of Trump's Supreme Court pick

Booker struck a defiant tone this week as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee in declaring his willingness to face expulsion from the Senate by releasing an email from Kavanaugh about racial pr...

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Theresa May faces fresh threat of Brexit rebellion

Theresa May faces fresh threat of Brexit rebellion

Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator, told a forum in Slovenia that it was "realistic" to expect a divorce deal with Britain, the British embassy to Slovenia said on Twitter. His comments helped the pou...

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Sex abuse: Pope to meet Thursday with USA bishops

Sex abuse: Pope to meet Thursday with USA bishops

The meeting of more than 100 Roman Catholic officials is believed to be the first of its kind and a recognition that church leaders think the sex abuse scandal is an global problem. Cardinal Dani...

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Aung San Suu Kyi: Handling of Rohingya Could Have Been Better

Aung San Suu Kyi: Handling of Rohingya Could Have Been Better

In response to Ms Suu Kyi's comments, news agency Reuters said: 'We continue to believe that Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo did not violate Myanmar's espionage law, and at no point in time were they enga...

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Nine dead as vehicle ploughs into square in southern China

Nine dead as vehicle ploughs into square in southern China

The incident on Wednesday evening injured another 44 people, according to officials from Hengdong city in central Hunan province. Video images carried on state media showed several bodies on the gro...

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Gunman kills five people in California, then himself

Gunman kills five people in California, then himself

There's no immediate word on how the other victims were related. The gunman then went home and shot another two people before turning the gun on himself after a police standoff. He took that vehicle...

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Skripal poisoning suspects say they were tourists in UK

Skripal poisoning suspects say they were tourists in UK

On March 4, former Russian intelligence officer and convicted British spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were allegedly poisoned with a nerve agent , according to British investigators. Both m...

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Thousands of pallets of water bottles unused in Puerto Rico after hurricane

Thousands of pallets of water bottles unused in Puerto Rico after hurricane

The water was brought in by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) after Hurricane Maria in response to a request by the General Services in Puerto Rico (ASG) for 20,000 pallets of water bot...

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Saudi police arrest man for having breakfast with woman in public

Saudi police arrest man for having breakfast with woman in public

So when Saudi men see an Egyptian man eating with a Saudi woman, well, you get the picture. The ministry also said the hotel owner had been summoned for failing to adhere to government regulat...

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House GOP moves to lock in tax cuts

House GOP moves to lock in tax cuts

The legislation - released as Republicans are at risk of losing their majority in the House - is seen as a last-ditch effort by GOP lawmakers to convince voters of the benefits of their new tax code...

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Russian Federation launches largest military drill since Cold War

Russian Federation launches largest military drill since Cold War

Chinese President Xi for his part said the two countries' "friendship is getting stronger all the time". The Russian military says the massive war games, known as Vostok-2018, are purely defensive...

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Jaitley denies Mallya met him before leaving India

Jaitley denies Mallya met him before leaving India

Before attending the Westminster Magistrates" Court , the former Kingfisher Boss was inundated with many journalist questions and to one of their asks, he said "I left because I had a scheduled mee...

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Death Toll Rises To 32 In Nangarhar Explosion

Death Toll Rises To 32 In Nangarhar Explosion

In late August, two people died and four were injured in a suicide attack during a protest near a provincial office of the Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan. "Then I saw flesh, blood and ...

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Putin says Salisbury suspects are civilians, not criminals

Putin says Salisbury suspects are civilians, not criminals

Police and prosecutors last week said Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov had been identified as members of the GRU, Russia's military intelligence service. Prime Minister Theresa May said intell...

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Putin: Poisoners? They’re just these guys, you know?

Putin: Poisoners? They’re just these guys, you know?

Police and prosecutors last week said Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov had been identified as members of the GRU, Russia's military intelligence service. Russian Federation has consistently de...

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80 percent of Puerto Ricans give Trump negative rating on hurricane response

80 percent of Puerto Ricans give Trump negative rating on hurricane response

In Puerto Rico, where the estimated death toll from Hurricane Maria has ranged from as low as 64 to as high as 5,000, the accountability office said the agency's poor response was compounded by a fa...

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Idlib assault would lead to humanitarian catastrophe, Turkey warns

Idlib assault would lead to humanitarian catastrophe, Turkey warns

In another show of force, the Pentagon launched a surprise exercise in southern Syria on Friday after Russian Federation threatened military action in an area of Syria where USA troops are located...

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Super Typhoon Mangkhut bears down on Philippines

Super Typhoon Mangkhut bears down on Philippines

It can affect as many as 43.4 million people, according to the United Nation's Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System. A woman, accompanied by her young family members, writes the name of a l...

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Pope Accepts Resignation Of Brazil Bishop After Theft

Pope Accepts Resignation Of Brazil Bishop After Theft

Wuerl, who was bishop of Pittsburgh for about 18 years, offered to resign almost three years ago, when he turned 75, but Francis has not yet accepted it. In July, Washington Cardinal Theodore McCarric...

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