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President Trump says up to 15,000 troops could be sent to border

A caravan of Central American migrants estimated to number at least 3,500 people left Honduras in mid-October and is now in southern Mexico on its way to the US border. Speaking to reporters outsi...

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USA agrees to grant India waiver from Iran sanctions

USA agrees to grant India waiver from Iran sanctions

Meanwhile, in its report dated October 29, the independent CRS said India reduced its imports of Iranian oil substantially after 2011, lowering purchases to six per cent of its oil imports by 2013...

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Arron Banks referred to National Crime Agency

Arron Banks referred to National Crime Agency

The law is that loans and donations to registered campaigners can only come from certain permissible sources, which essentially excludes overseas or foreign funding from any consequent impermissible i...

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Antarctic scientist 'stabbed colleague for ruining ending of books'

Antarctic scientist 'stabbed colleague for ruining ending of books'

A scientist has been accused of attempted murder in Antarctica after he stabbed his colleague because "he was fed up with the man telling him the endings of books", it has been claimed. Reports say th...

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Clouds and rain return for Halloween

Clouds and rain return for Halloween

That means kids won't need to bundle up for trick-or-treating, but they shouldn't be too hot either. The rain chances for Wednesday have shifted some Trick or Treating schedules for 2018. The best...

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Austria joins US, Hungary, to withdraw from United Nations migrant pact - English

Austria joins US, Hungary, to withdraw from United Nations migrant pact - English

Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said he was pulling out of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration pact to in a bid to "defend his country's national sovereignty". and Hungary in backing ...

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Men guilty of sexually exploiting teenage girls in Rotherham

Men guilty of sexually exploiting teenage girls in Rotherham

Mohammed Imran Ali Akhtar, Nabeel Kurshid, Iqlaq Yousaf and Tanweer Ali, all friends from Rotherham, were found guilty alongside Salah Ahmed El-Hakam, Asif Ali and "X", a man who can not be named for ...

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Russia's only aircraft carrier damaged as floating dock sinks - NWI - Naval Warfare

Russia's only aircraft carrier damaged as floating dock sinks - NWI - Naval Warfare

The damage is expected to take six months to fix and is certain to prolong the repairs schedule of the carrier, Admiral Kuznetsov which took part in the operations in Syria and is an essential par...

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Killer nurse back on trial in Germany for 100 further murders

Killer nurse back on trial in Germany for 100 further murders

Hoegel is said to have killed 36 patients in Oldenburg and 64 in Delmenhorst between 1999 and 2005. Hoegel was first caught by a coworker in 2005 when he was administering lethal drugs to a patien...

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Couple die in Yosemite National Park while apparently taking selfie

Couple die in Yosemite National Park while apparently taking selfie

Vishnu Viswanath (29) and his wife Meenakshi Moorthy, who were IT professionals, got married four years ago and had moved to the U.S. for employment. They had recently moved from NY after Viswanath to...

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Turkey confirms Khashoggi was strangled, dismembered immediately after entering Saudi Consulate

Turkey confirms Khashoggi was strangled, dismembered immediately after entering Saudi Consulate

Some reports have claimed that suspects in the case have links to the crown prince. Turkey says an "inspection" of the consulate is expected to take place later on Monday, almost two weeks after S...

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Land O'Lakes, Purina drop financial support for Steve King

Land O'Lakes, Purina drop financial support for Steve King

After two hours after Stivers tweeted, King responded with his own statement on Twitter. We must stand up against white supremacy and hate in all forms, and I strongly condemn this behavior. He has al...

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NATO says Russian missile test not to change its massive exercise plans

NATO says Russian missile test not to change its massive exercise plans

While Mr Stoltenberg has expressed confidence about the drills, Deputy political advisor of the Polish delegation to NATO Jedrzej Tomczak called the Russian drills a " deliberate escalation " and pr...

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Denmark recalls envoy to Iran over foiled attack plot

Denmark recalls envoy to Iran over foiled attack plot

A massive police operation in eastern Denmark last month was part of attempts to thwart an Iranian intelligence plot to kill an opposition activist, the country's intelligence agency boss said Tuesd...

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Three killed as Soldiers, Shi'ites clash in Abuja

Three killed as Soldiers, Shi'ites clash in Abuja

Security forces opened fire with live ammunition on members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) who had marched in their hundreds to demand the release of their leader Ibrahim Zakzaky , jailed s...

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Ex-Hurricane Oscar set to bring strong gusty winds to Kilkenny

Ex-Hurricane Oscar set to bring strong gusty winds to Kilkenny

The storm was moving to the west-northwest at 7 miles per hour. There will be some strong winds, especially in the far north and west where some gusts could reach gale force. "This week the weather ...

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Wikileaks' Julian Assange says Ecuador may end asylum

Wikileaks' Julian Assange says Ecuador may end asylum

Mr Assange's lawyer, Carlos Poveda, vowed to appeal against the decision. Assange's lawsuit, filed in late October, alleged that the Ecuadorian government was violating his rights as an Ecuadorian...

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Israeli Defence Minister: Security cabinet refuses to direct ‘severe blow’ at Gaza

Israeli Defence Minister: Security cabinet refuses to direct ‘severe blow’ at Gaza

It gave their ages as 14 and 15. Waleed Muharib, 20, a neighbor, said he saw them as they left. Ibrahim al-Satari, the father of 13-year-old Mohammed, said he couldn't understand it. The latest ...

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Woman survives 6 days in Arizona desert after car crash

Woman survives 6 days in Arizona desert after car crash

The 53-year-old, who has not yet been named, was driving on U.S. Route 60, near Wickenburg, on October 12, when she lost control of her vehicle. It was empty. The vehicle went through the fence and dr...

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WWF report reveals a 60% decline in wildlife populations since 1970

WWF report reveals a 60% decline in wildlife populations since 1970

The population decline of the species is most pronounced in the tropics with South and Central America and the Caribbean suffering "the most dramatic decline with an 89 per cent loss compared to 1...

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Turkish president threatens to target US-backed Kurdish fighters

Turkish president threatens to target US-backed Kurdish fighters

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) is a USA -backed coalition of Kurdish-Arab fighters dominated by the People's Protection Units ( YPG ). We will soon crush the terrorist organization with more com...

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Magnitude 6.2 quake hits New Zealand

Magnitude 6.2 quake hits New Zealand

It was felt in Wellington during a parliamentary sitting, prompting deputy speaker Anne Tolley to stop deliberations for lawmakers to seek refuge as a precaution. "I mean we're in the safest buildin...

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China to allow 'strictly controlled' rhino and tiger trade

China to allow 'strictly controlled' rhino and tiger trade

China's experience with the domestic ivory trade has clearly shown the difficulties of trying to control parallel legal and illegal markets for ivory. "It was used in ancient times , but now we have...

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Jimmy Carter wades into Georgia governor's race

Jimmy Carter wades into Georgia governor's race

The 94-year-old Carter's request, made in an October 22 letter obtained by The Associated Press , is the latest turn in a campaign whose closing month is being defined by charges of attempted voter ...

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Mom sues after video shows toddlers in 'fight club' at daycare

Mom sues after video shows toddlers in 'fight club' at daycare

Mother Nicole Merseal, who filed the lawsuit, can not watch without crying. Merseal told ABC News her 4-year-old was "very afraid" and had trouble understanding why his best friends were beating h...

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Trump claims Paul Ryan 'knows nothing about' birthright citizenship

Trump claims Paul Ryan 'knows nothing about' birthright citizenship

Under the 14th Amendment, citizenship is granted to all people born in the US, even if their parents aren't citizens, a concept known as "birthright citizenship". Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., announce...

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Oprah Winfrey Heads To Georgia For Last-Minute Campaign Push

Oprah Winfrey Heads To Georgia For Last-Minute Campaign Push

McCain then asked if Abrams would be rounding up AR-15s-literally taking them away from Georgians-if she were able to secure a ban. She added, "However, I know that the most responsible gun owners u...

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Iran FM arrives in Istanbul

Iran FM arrives in Istanbul

A new set of sanctions on Iranian banking and energy sectors are to take effect November 5, as US President Donald Trump seeks to cut oil purchases from the Islamic Republic to zero. Foreign Minis...

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Boy, 5, tests positive for meth after trick or treating

Boy, 5, tests positive for meth after trick or treating

The boy was hospitalized Sunday evening and treated for consuming the illegal drug shortly after he went trick-or-treating in his neighborhood, WCMH reported . "Because one minute he is all hyper and...

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Man charged with burglarizing home where 2 killed, girl gone

Man charged with burglarizing home where 2 killed, girl gone

But police said they don't consider him a suspect in the teens disappearance. According to a criminal complaint, Jaenke-Annis was observed by law enforcement on motion-activated cameras entering the...

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