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Thousands Protest In Pittsburgh As Trump Visits Synagogue Where 11 Were Murdered

Thousands Protest In Pittsburgh As Trump Visits Synagogue Where 11 Were Murdered

But if Trump's visit was meant to bring healing, it instead laid bare the nation's deep divisions. As the President moved around Pittsburgh , a largely Democratic city, the signs of discord were appa...

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North Korea prepares nuclear test site for inspectors

North Korea prepares nuclear test site for inspectors

The South's National Intelligence Service observed North Koreans "conducting preparation and intelligence activities that seem to be in preparation for foreign inspectors visit", the lawmaker added, b...

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Austria follows United States and Hungary in withdrawing from UN migration pact

Speaking at a time when the US news agenda is dominated by the so-called migrant caravan heading for the border with Mexico, which has prompted US President Donald Trump to deploy more than 5,000 tr...

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Jamal Khashoggi was strangled and then dismembered, Turkish prosecutor says

Jamal Khashoggi was strangled and then dismembered, Turkish prosecutor says

Khashoggi's fiancée Hatice Cengiz says he entered the consulate at around 1 p.m. local time (1000 GMT) on October 2, as she accompanied him but waited outside. He flew back to Saudi Arabia on Wednes...

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Indian couple died while taking selfie in USA park

Indian couple died while taking selfie in USA park

Vishnu Viswanath (29) and his wife Meenakshi Moorthy, who were IT professionals, got married four years ago and had moved to the USA for employment. Rangers recovered their bodies on steep terrain o...

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Scott Morrison's approval ratings plummet in latest newspoll

Scott Morrison's approval ratings plummet in latest newspoll

The drop in Mr Morrison's net approval from +7 to -3 follows a bruising sitting fortnight for the government. The Coalition's 43rd consecutive Newspoll loss also showed Mr Morrison had a net negativ...

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Chinese spies orchestrated massive hack that stole aviation secrets

Chinese spies orchestrated massive hack that stole aviation secrets

The Justice Department said the Chinese Ministry of State Security, through its Jiangsu province unit, engineered the effort to steal the technology underlying a turbofan engine used in USA and Euro...

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Explosion Rocks FSB Office in Arkhangelsk, Attacker Reported Dead

Explosion Rocks FSB Office in Arkhangelsk, Attacker Reported Dead

Russia's anti-terrorism committee said, according to initial findings, the suspect was a 17-year-old local resident who had gone into the building and pulled out of his bag an "unidentified object tha...

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Pressure mounts in Oz over Nauru refugee kids

Pressure mounts in Oz over Nauru refugee kids

Public pressure was mounting on Australia's government on Sunday to remove refugee children detained on the Pacific island of Nauru, possibly to New Zealand, even as the prime minister raised fears su...

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Missing girl's family presses Vatican about found bones

Workers have discovered human bones at the Holy See Embassy to Italy and police are investigating the matter, the Vatican said on Tuesday (local time). Orlandi's brother Pietro has campaigned for deca...

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Pakistan frees Christian woman facing death penalty for blasphemy

No one has ever been executed in Pakistan on blasphemy charges even though dozens have been jailed or extrajudicially killed, at times, in mob lynchings. Internationally, Bibi's case has generated out...

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Japan Launches Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite

Japan Launches Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite

Japan's space agency and its private partner Mitsubishi Heavy Industries see the global satellite launch market as a possible revenue stream. A team of 70 Emirati engineers helped develop the satell...

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Pakistan acquits Christian woman Bibi in iconic blasphemy case

Pakistan acquits Christian woman Bibi in iconic blasphemy case

Dozens have been killed following blasphemy claims, sometimes by mobs of men. Hardliners have demanded her execution. Two years later, the appeal was heard earlier this month and the CJP Nisar-led...

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Typhoon leaves 6 dead in Philippines, more feared trapped

Typhoon leaves 6 dead in Philippines, more feared trapped

A strong typhoon blew across the northern Philippines on Tuesday, setting off landslides that left at least six people dead and forcing thousands to flee from villages that were still recovering fro...

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German nurse going on trial for over 100 patient deaths

German nurse going on trial for over 100 patient deaths

Prosecutors in the northern German city of Oldenburg say an investigation and toxicology reports showed that he injected 35 people at one clinic, in Oldenburg , and 62 at another in nearby Delmenho...

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Trump plans to end birthright citizenship with an executive order

Trump plans to end birthright citizenship with an executive order

CLEVELAND- "It was so ridiculous it clearly stated in the 14th Amendment in our constitution section one all persons born or naturalized in the United States", says Margaret Wong, a prominent imm...

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Woman charged after 3 siblings struck and killed while boarding school bus

Woman charged after 3 siblings struck and killed while boarding school bus

All three were students at Mentone Elementary School. He's conscious and is not related to the other children who were hit. Three children were struck by a vehicle and killed at an IN school bus sto...

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Officials thwarted Iranian assassination plot in Denmark

Referring to a huge manhunt that took place last month, Finn Borch Andersen, head of the Danish PET, said it had been part of a multinational effort to stop an Iranian intelligence operation against a...

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Two Saudi sisters found dead, tied together in NY

Two Saudi sisters found dead, tied together in NY

According to the NYT , the police had initially struggled to identify the women but later said they were 22-year-old Rotana Farea and 16-year-old Tala Farea who lived in Fairfax, Virginia. However, t...

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Mueller Wants FBI to Look Into Scheme to Discredit Him

Mueller Wants FBI to Look Into Scheme to Discredit Him

In a Twitter post Tuesday morning, Burkman said he will reveal the identity of "the first of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's sex assault victims" on Thursday. Robert Mueller's office says somebod...

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Indian Couple Falls 800 Ft To Death In California

Indian Couple Falls 800 Ft To Death In California

The San Francisco Chronicle reports the couple had a had recently moved from NY after Viswanath took a job as a systems engineer at Cisco Systems Inc., based in San Jose, according to a friend. ...

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Donald Trump will hold another Florida rally November 3 in Pensacola

Donald Trump will hold another Florida rally November 3 in Pensacola

Trump has said that he shouldn't be blamed for a Republican midterm wipeout, but his travel schedule this week - and the $22 million in transfers his re-election campaign has made to the Republican Na...

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Vigil to be held in Winnipeg for victims of Pittsburgh attack

Vigil to be held in Winnipeg for victims of Pittsburgh attack

He noted guns are the common denominator in all mass shootings. The massacre also took on political overtones as some complained that the confrontational, nationalistic rhetoric of US President Don...

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Infamous Boston mobster James 'Whitey' Bulger killed at West Virginia prison

Infamous Boston mobster James 'Whitey' Bulger killed at West Virginia prison

Though Bulger is known to have medical ailments, it's not clear why he was on the move, the Herald reported. He was recently moved from a prison in Florida and had a stop in Oklahoma City before arriv...

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US President Trump plans to end birthright citizenship: Axios

US President Trump plans to end birthright citizenship: Axios

Sarah Turberville directs The Constitution Project at the Project on Government Oversight and says Trump is "not a king" and "can't announce what the law is". But the highly controversial idea is ...

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More Than 90% of World’s Children Don’t Breathe Clean Air, WHO Reports

More Than 90% of World’s Children Don’t Breathe Clean Air, WHO Reports

The study said a total of 101,788 deaths under the age of five - 54,893 were girls and 46,895 were boys - were reported due to joint effects of exposure of children to ambient and household PM 2.5 and...

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Canadian Mother Reunited With Son Kidnapped 31 Years Ago By Father

Canadian Mother Reunited With Son Kidnapped 31 Years Ago By Father

Lyneth Mann-Lewis, right, of Brampton, Ontario, is joined by family members while discussing her initial reaction to reuniting with her son Jermaine Mann, who until recently, was living under an alias...

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President Trump Punches Back Even as Synagogue Mourns

President Trump Punches Back Even as Synagogue Mourns

In a tweet this Monday, the president accused CNN and other news outlets of inaccurately reporting comments he made. He added that the media "must stop the open & obvious hostility & report the ne...

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India prepares to inaugurate the world's tallest statue

India prepares to inaugurate the world's tallest statue

Mr Modi said, Sardar Patel, a true son of the soil will adorn the skies too. "In the world, people talk about America's Statue of Liberty". According to PTI, the letter has been written by headmen...

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No, Twitter Isn't Getting Rid of the 'Like' Button

No, Twitter Isn't Getting Rid of the 'Like' Button

He has hinted that he will be bringing in an option to edit tweets , change the verification process so that a blue tick is no longer a preserve of celebrities and "influencers" and that it could c...

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