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Tillerson Orders Withdrawal of US Personnel from Cuba Following Sonic Attacks

Tillerson Orders Withdrawal of US Personnel from Cuba Following Sonic Attacks

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla said last week the country has found no evidence to support United States claims that diplomats were harmed due to attacks . There's a poss...

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South Korea expects more provocative acts by North Korea in mid-October

South Korea expects more provocative acts by North Korea in mid-October

Anchor: Seoul and Washington have agreed to hurry up the transfer of wartime operational control (OPCON) from the USA back to South Korea. Trump has attacked what he called the Rocket Man or Kim Joh...

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Vanuatu Govt orders mass evacuation of the entire population of Ambae

Vanuatu Govt orders mass evacuation of the entire population of Ambae

Ambae, one of the dozens of islands that make up the nation of Vanuatu, is being completely evacuated ahead of what could be a catastrophic eruption. In Vanuatu, where re are many active volcanoes, ...

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China says war on Korean peninsula will have no victor

China says war on Korean peninsula will have no victor

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho responded to the comments this week, accusing Trump of effectively declaring war and said Pyongyang now had the right to shoot down USA military jets even if t...

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Saudi roads 'will be safer' with women drivers

Saudi roads 'will be safer' with women drivers

But there is no doubt that the decision has got major Saudi dealers thinking, especially those handling Toyota and Hyundai, the market share leaders in the Saudi automotive sector. On Saturday, women ...

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Putin: Syrian agreements collective success of Russian Federation and Turkey

Putin: Syrian agreements collective success of Russian Federation and Turkey

He added that Russian Federation and Turkey enjoy "very close coordination" in areas including trade, investment, culture and "mega-projects". The de-escalation zones in Syria established after the ...

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Qatar Airways chief wants to expand fleet, look for United States investments

Qatar Airways chief wants to expand fleet, look for United States investments

In addition, Qatar Airways will order all 60 of the Boeing 737 airplanes for which it signed a letter of intent a year ago, he said. We are very appreciative of our enduring partnership with Boei...

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3-year-old shot his friends at daycare

3-year-old shot his friends at daycare

The Associated Press said the Wednesday morning shooting occurred at a home day mind office in Dearborn, around 10 miles outside of Detroit . One toddler was shot in the shoulder and was expecte...

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Couple's delay in fleeing Myanmar left them open to attack

Couple's delay in fleeing Myanmar left them open to attack

Violence erupted between Ryhingya and Myanmar's military in Rakhine state on August 25, when a group of Rohingya militants attacked dozens of police posts and an army base in what militants said w...

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Abel Cedeno, NYC Teen, Arrested On Murder Charges After Fatally Stabbing Classmate

Abel Cedeno, NYC Teen, Arrested On Murder Charges After Fatally Stabbing Classmate

The student accused of stabbing a classmate to death and seriously injuring another during history class was different from other guys and had been picked on since the school year started, fellow stud...

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Watch This Porsche GT2 RS Set a New Record at Nürburgring

Watch This Porsche GT2 RS Set a New Record at Nürburgring

Porsche says they did not intend to set a new record with the 911 GT2 RS. Frank-Steffen Walliser, vice-president of the division Motorsport of Porsche , said he was pleasantly surprised of this ...

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Boeing Calls Theresa May's Bluff After Threat to Retaliate Over Bombardier Aid

Boeing Calls Theresa May's Bluff After Threat to Retaliate Over Bombardier Aid

The Canadian company announced a year ago that it sold C Series commercial jets at a price of 5.6 billion US dollars but has yet to be delivered to USA -based Delta Air Lines . After years of losses,...

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US Ambassador: Israel occupies just 2 percent of West Bank

US Ambassador: Israel occupies just 2 percent of West Bank

Breaking with longstanding American policy, the USA ambassador to Israel sought to legitimize Jewish settlements in the West Bank and minimized the extent of the Israeli occupation. "I think that was ...

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HHS Secretary Tom Price apologizes for charter flights; says he'll reimburse taxpayers

HHS Secretary Tom Price apologizes for charter flights; says he'll reimburse taxpayers

Despite this, I regret the concerns this has raised regarding the use of taxpayer dollars. Price has taken at least two dozen private charter flights since May at a cost to taxpayers of about $300,0...

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Google is reportedly separating its shopping service after European Union antitrust fine

Google is reportedly separating its shopping service after European Union antitrust fine

Google itself has claimed that its practice of highlighting paid advertisements in search results has made it easier for users to find products and services that they're looking for. The plan was prev...

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US airstrike in Kabul causes 'several casualties'

US airstrike in Kabul causes 'several casualties'

Shortly after, the Islamic State also claimed responsibility for the attack through its Amaq News Agency. One witness tweeted: "Currently on lockdown at The Baron hotel in Kabul ". Mattis visited...

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Police seize millions of ballots ahead of Catalan independence vote

Police seize millions of ballots ahead of Catalan independence vote

Russia believes the referendum on Catalonia's independence due on October 1 is Spain's internal affair, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a news briefing on Thursday. "...

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Scott Pruitt took charter, military flights at $58000 cost to taxpayers

Scott Pruitt took charter, military flights at $58000 cost to taxpayers

Pruitt took a private jet on August 4 from Denver to Durango, Colorado, and back on the same day, EPA also confirmed, after the agency says his commercial flight was delayed. Liz Purchia, the former h...

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Aston Martin Surprises Us With Project Neptune Submersible

Aston Martin Surprises Us With Project Neptune Submersible

The submersible has been put together in collaborating with Trident Submarines, a Florida-based firm which builds the underwater craft for researchers, explorers and superyacht owners. Aston Martin E...

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Tiger facing uncertain future, may not golf again

Tiger facing uncertain future, may not golf again

The 14-time major champion says an arduous rehab process following the spinal fusion surgery he underwent in April has created uncertainty around whether his once remarkable career could continue. "Fi...

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Former Frank Martin assistant Brad Underwood 'surprised' by scandal involving Lamont Evans

Former Frank Martin assistant Brad Underwood 'surprised' by scandal involving Lamont Evans

In a press conference Tuesday, Joon H. Kim, the Acting US Attorney for the Southern District of NY, detailed two separate investigations involving more than 100 pages of indictments that led to the ar...

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ISIS Leader Baghdadi Reportedly Heard on New Tape

ISIS Leader Baghdadi Reportedly Heard on New Tape

Islamic State (IS) released on Thursday an audio message purportedly recorded by leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, rumoured to have been killed months ago. And the voice on the recording matches the voice ...

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Trump tweets he's still optimistic on health overhaul

Trump tweets he's still optimistic on health overhaul

US President Donald Trump vowed Wednesday to make the US more competitive through a sweeping tax reform proposal as his Republican Party looks for a legislative victory in the face of repeated fa...

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Thai junta leader says fugitive former PM Yingluck is in Dubai

Thai junta leader says fugitive former PM Yingluck is in Dubai

In January 2014, Thailand's anti-corruption authorities started investigations of Yingluck's connection to the scheme and she was forced to step down in May 2014 after the constitutional court found h...

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Broadcasts of parliamentary proceedings in Uganda banned after lawmakers brawl

Broadcasts of parliamentary proceedings in Uganda banned after lawmakers brawl

According to reports, about two female lawmakers were rushed out of the hall to the hospital. The speaker had some 25 MPs forcibly ejected for fighting on Tuesday, which led to other like-minded MPs l...

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Senate Approves Dunford for Second Term as Top US Officer

Senate Approves Dunford for Second Term as Top US Officer

On China, Dunford said the USA had a range of military options to support diplomatic efforts to influence Chinese behaviour. "We also have taken all the proper measures to protect our allies - t...

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Bangladesh ranks 99th in Global Competitiveness Index

Bangladesh ranks 99th in Global Competitiveness Index

THE UK has slipped one place in the prestigious global competitive index, and its place could be further compromised by Brexit , economists have warned. He said the country would continue to adopt st...

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CBP: Contractors begin border wall concrete and 'other materials' prototypes

CBP: Contractors begin border wall concrete and 'other materials' prototypes

The height of the prototype wall will be from five to nine meters . According to CBP, they "will inform future design standard (s) which will likely continue to evolve to meet (U.S. Agents - and Mr. T...

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Thousands evacuated after Ukraine arms depot blast

Thousands evacuated after Ukraine arms depot blast

Military general staff spokesman Vladyslav Seleznyov told AFP that the arms depot was "one of the country's largest". "Some homes had their windows and doors completely blown out", she said. Ukrai...

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Pak accepts Haqqanis, Hafiz Saeed, LeT are liabilities

Pak accepts Haqqanis, Hafiz Saeed, LeT are liabilities

The Afghan terrorist, whom the Pakistani government was looking to exchange with Kulbhushan , was allegedly involved in the 2014 terror attack in the Army School of Peshawar , where over 150 ch...

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China's fuel exports to North Korea slow further - customs

China's fuel exports to North Korea slow further - customs

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will travel to China this week for talks on how to defuse the perilous nuclear stand-off with North Korea. During a Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on September...

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President To Speak In Indianapolis Wednesday

President To Speak In Indianapolis Wednesday

The president touched down in Indiana Wednesday, hours after the White House and congressional Republicans released a framework for making sweeping changes to the tax code. But he said he is glad Trum...

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Parents of Otto Warmbier, North Korea captive, say he was tortured

Parents of Otto Warmbier, North Korea captive, say he was tortured

Fred Warmbier said his mouth "looked like someone had taken a pair of pliers and rearranged his bottom teeth". About three months ago, Otto Warmbier passed away just a few days after he returned to ...

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I Need To Speak Up Now': Yashwant Sinha Indicts Arun Jaitley's 'Mess'

I Need To Speak Up Now': Yashwant Sinha Indicts Arun Jaitley's 'Mess'

Sinha's comments come amid increasing worries over the state of the economy after GDP growth fell to 5.7 percent in the most recent quarter. Home Minister Rajnath Singh rejected senior BJP lea...

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DirecTV Is Allowing Some Fed Up Fans to Cancel 'Sunday Ticket' Packages

DirecTV Is Allowing Some Fed Up Fans to Cancel 'Sunday Ticket' Packages

They are allowing anyone to cancel their NFL Sunday Ticket subscription during the season. Refunds for the service usually aren't given once the football season is underway. Trump said players who...

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Trump to meet with Prime Minister of Spain

Trump to meet with Prime Minister of Spain

Though Trump got a significant amount of backlash after the press conference, past statements on the White House website - such as this one from 2015 - have referred to Rajoy as the "Spanish Preside...

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The world reacts to Saudi Arabia lifting its ban on women drivers

The world reacts to Saudi Arabia lifting its ban on women drivers

Women are generally not allowed to socialise with males outside their immediate families and can be thrown in prison for such an offence. The Saudi law states that all women must have a male gua...

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Palestine admitted to Interpol

Palestine admitted to Interpol

Israel's prime minister is criticizing the Palestinian acceptance to Interpol, saying it harms chances for peace. According to al-Maliki, the Palestinian victory was made possible because of most of...

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Former Rebel Laremy Tunsil joins national anthem protests

Former Rebel Laremy Tunsil joins national anthem protests

That increase includes a "Monday Night Football" game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals that nabbed a 9.3 overnight rating for ESPN, up a whopping 63% over last year's New Orleans...

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Fellaini Ruled Out of United Clash in Moscow

Fellaini Ruled Out of United Clash in Moscow

Going into Matchday 2 as the table topper, albeit on goal difference, Manchester United will start favourite as it travels to Russian Federation to face CSKA Moscow on the back of an impressive ...

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