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Assange sues Ecuador government for ‘violating his fundamental rights’

Assange sues Ecuador government for ‘violating his fundamental rights’

Assange's Spanish lawyer Baltasar Garzon says Ecuador granted his client asylum, which carries these rights. "The embassy has the right to protect its offices, the officials who work there, and eve...

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Pregnant Meghan cuts back on royal engagements to rest

Pregnant Meghan cuts back on royal engagements to rest

The couple will next travel to Fraser Island, off the coast of Queensland, with a visit to Lake McKenzie planned on Monday. At the 2018 Invictus Games Opening Ceremony on Saturday evening, Harry ...

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President Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally in Nevada

President Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally in Nevada

America was built on basic decency, he said, which was "being shredded right now". Speaking to reporters after a campaign rally in Elko, Nevada, Trump said Republicans Rep. "This election is l...

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Salisbury campaigners join People's Vote March for the Future

The march starts at midday, north of the Hilton on Park Lane, and will proceed to Parliament Square where there'll be speeches at 2pm about the need for the people of the United Kingdom vote on the fi...

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Meghan left Harry to fly solo in morning

Meghan left Harry to fly solo in morning

Prince Harry kicked off the 2018 Invictus Games today - and made sure to pay a sweet tribute to his future daughter/son in his speech. The fourth Invictus Games was launched on the forecourt of...

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Saudi account of Khashoggi killing is widely denounced

Saudi account of Khashoggi killing is widely denounced

According to the transcript, Khashoggi talked about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , the reform in Saudi , and his views on Saudi Arabia's future. He said: "I think it's a very important fi...

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Canadian Girl Guide sells out of cookies at new pot shop

Canadian Girl Guide sells out of cookies at new pot shop

After recreational marijuana became legal in Canada on Wednesday, long lines were common outside stores as people lined up to buy cannabis. Childs added that the experience was much more fruitful th...

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Amritsar: Scores dead as train mows down crowd

Amritsar: Scores dead as train mows down crowd

An angry crowd shouts slogans beside the body of a victim of the train accident near Amritsar , India . Earlier, the Centre had announced a compensation of Rs 2 lakh to the families of the victims a...

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Dozens of infant remains found in second Detroit funeral home: cops

Dozens of infant remains found in second Detroit funeral home: cops

Craig met with state and federal investigators Friday about the remains of 10 fetuses and an infant found in the ceiling of the former Cantrell funeral home. They raided the Perry Funeral Home near Wa...

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European Union summit: No breakthrough but new Brexit headache for Theresa May

However, Brexiteers have reacted with anger at suggestions the UK's stay within the EU's structures could be lengthened beyond what had previously been agreed as a 21-month period. Dutch Prime Ministe...

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Why did Facebook build a \'war room\'?

Why did Facebook build a \'war room\'?

The "war room" is literally that - a room of experts and team members in one place where they can coordinate more effectively - and Facebook can point to it as a symbol of its efforts to be far more ...

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Both Israel, Hamas tout 'accomplishments' in Gaza - but is calm truly possible?

Both Israel, Hamas tout 'accomplishments' in Gaza - but is calm truly possible?

On Wednesday, a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip destroyed a house in the Israeli city of Beersheba in the worst bout of violence in recent weeks. As Qutati was evacuated, Israeli soldiers continued t...

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Thousands of anti-Brexit campaigners march through London

Thousands of anti-Brexit campaigners march through London

Grassroots campaign group People's Vote UK, said: "This Government has failed on Brexit: there is no mandate for its vehicle crash proposal or for a disastrous no-deal Brexit". Since the referendum in...

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Phelps kicks Libs into minority government

Phelps kicks Libs into minority government

Less than two-months into his new role as Prime Minister, Mr Morrison could lose his one-seat party majority in parliament if the Liberals lose. Mr Sharma congratulated Dr Phelps and described her a...

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UAE, Egypt and Bahrain commend Saudi Arabia' decrees on Khashoggi case

UAE, Egypt and Bahrain commend Saudi Arabia' decrees on Khashoggi case

Khashoggi was killed in a "fistfight" in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, the kingdom claimed early Saturday, finally admitting that the writer had been slain at its diplomatic post . The Saudi reg...

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China, SE Asia to hold maritime drill to ease tensions

China, SE Asia to hold maritime drill to ease tensions

China did not immediately comment to USA media after the meeting between Mattis and Wei during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations conference. Beijing, Taiwan, Vietnam , Malaysia and the Ph...

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Assange presses Ecuador to grant basic rights under asylum

Assange presses Ecuador to grant basic rights under asylum

Even in Julian Assange's proud history of alienating his allies, his latest move in the global game of chess played from the relative safety of a backroom in London's Ecuadorean embassy for the past s...

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Briton faces jail for spraying 'Scouser Lee' on Thai gate

Briton faces jail for spraying 'Scouser Lee' on Thai gate

Security camera footage purportedly showed Furlong Lee and Canadian Brittney Lorretta Katherine Schneider, both 23, spraying a message on the walls of the Tha Pae Gate in the northern province of Chia...

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Malaysian opposition leader arrested for corruption

Malaysian opposition leader arrested for corruption

He will be brought to a Kuala Lumpur court on Friday to face several charges under anti-corruption and money laundering laws, the MACC said. MACC officials had on Wednesday asked the Umno president ...

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Khashoggi died in fight at consulate, admits Saudi Arabia

Khashoggi died in fight at consulate, admits Saudi Arabia

The White House said Saturday it was "saddened" after confirmation that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside a Saudi consulate in Istanbul , but made no mention of U.S. The Trump administra...

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Nikos Kotzias resigns, Tsipras takes over Foreign Ministry

Nikos Kotzias resigns, Tsipras takes over Foreign Ministry

A 67-year-old career diplomat and university professor, Kotzias had held the foreign ministry post since Tsipras' leftist government came to power in 2015 and was one of his most experienced and value...

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Trump threatens to send army to US-Mexico border in migrant row

Trump threatens to send army to US-Mexico border in migrant row

Migrants continued to hang on the gates, yelling "there are children here" and "we are hungry". Back on the Guatemalan side, some people set up tarp shelters. "Mexico will make its decision", Pompeo ...

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Sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan receive cargo

Sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan receive cargo

It was not immediately clear how many sailors were injured, but they were in stable condition. The Reagan is now in the Philippine Sea, a Navy news release says. The aircraft carrier provides securi...

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Menendez leads in NJ Senate race despite negative views from voters

Menendez leads in NJ Senate race despite negative views from voters

The more the voters learn, the tighter the race becomes. Recent polls have shown Menendez with leads ranging from 2 to 11 percentage points , and he is still favored to win by handicappers in a s...

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Caravan of 3,000 Central American migrants prepares to cross into Mexico

Caravan of 3,000 Central American migrants prepares to cross into Mexico

The migrants hope to enter Mexico and cross the country to reach the United States. Dozens of police in riot gear were deployed along the river bank in the town of Ciudad Hidalgo on Mexico's bor...

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Nebraska Farm Leader Says China Sometimes Guilty Of Manipulating Its Currency

Nebraska Farm Leader Says China Sometimes Guilty Of Manipulating Its Currency

President Trump has previously accused China of keeping its currency weak to make its exports more competitive. More foreign capital is also expected to flow into Chinese equities as global index ...

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Saudi Arabia’s consul leaves Turkey ahead of new police search

Saudi Arabia’s consul leaves Turkey ahead of new police search

The statement would pin blame on intelligence officials rather than Saudi leaders, alleging that an interrogation attempt had gone wrong and Khashoggi, who is a USA resident and an opinion writer at...

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John Kelly, John Bolton get into heated argument outside Oval Office

Neither is resigning, the people said. Two people described the exchange as less a shouting match than an intense argument. Trump has been angered recently by reports of a migrant caravan formed...

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10 of the wounded in Crimea shooting to be flown to Russia

10 of the wounded in Crimea shooting to be flown to Russia

But Aksyonov said Roslyakov made the bomb himself and set it off while using a shotgun he recently acquired and 150 cartridges he bought just a few days ago to conduct his deadly shooting spree. A...

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Russian woman charged with U.S. election-meddling

Russian woman charged with U.S. election-meddling

Prosecutors said she managed the finances of "Project Lakhta", troll farm designed "to sow discord in the USA political system". The Justice Department disclosed the criminal complaint soon after US...

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