• Dallas Cop Kills Man After Entering HIS Apartment … Believing it was Hers
Dallas Cop Kills Man After Entering HIS Apartment … Believing it was Hers

Jean was killed by a Dallas police officer who mistook Jean's apartment for her own at around 10 p.m. Thursday, Police Chief Renee Hall said . Authorities say she will be charged with manslaughter. The Dallas police chief announced at a press conference Friday afternoon that authorities are in the process of obtaining a warrant to arrest the o...

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  • Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif’s wife dies in London
Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif’s wife dies in London

Meanwhile, Shehbaz Sharif will leave for the United Kingdom on the next available flight to bring back the body of his sister-in-law. She contested for the NA-120 seat despite her failing health and secured 59,413 votes and defeated Yasmin Rashid of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI).

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  • Donald Trump: 'I Fell Asleep' During Barack Obama Speech
Donald Trump: 'I Fell Asleep' During Barack Obama Speech

Former President Barack Obama speaks as he campaigns in support of California congressional candidates, on September 8, 2018, in Anaheim, California. "Some of you may think I am exaggerating when I say this election is more important than any I can remember in my lifetime", Obama said in a speech at the University of IL.

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  • Florence forecast to stall over Carolinas as stationary front blocks movement
Florence forecast to stall over Carolinas as stationary front blocks movement

State of Emergency has been declared by North Carolina , South Carolina and Virginia . "This is one of the worst storms to hit the East Coast in many years", President Donald Trump warned on Twitter. While developments over the last 24 hours suggest historic rainfall is possible, meteorologists say there are two keys to that scenario playin...

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  • Donald Trump's administration closes Palestinian mission in Washington DC
Donald Trump's administration closes Palestinian mission in Washington DC

There was no immediate response from Israel, where government offices were closed for the Jewish new year. White House National Security Adviser John Bolton called the Hague-based rights body "unaccountable" and "outright dangerous" to the United States, Israel and other allies, and said any probe of U.S.

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  • Man arrested in France after airport car chase
Man arrested in France after airport car chase

Video posted to social media and broadcast on French TV shows the closing moments of a dramatic chase scene, where a white auto speeds past the runway, with police in pursuit. Several flights have been diverted away from Lyon due to the incident. The driver then jumped out while the vehicle was still rolling and sprinted off on foot, pursued by...

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  • Key quotes from Woodward book, NYT op-ed assailing Trump
Key quotes from Woodward book, NYT op-ed assailing Trump

On the topic of Woodward's book, Fear: Trump in the White House , Harrington said the op-ed "fits the same narrative that his [Woodward's] book is pushing, people working to save the country from Trump". Many have already come forward to say the quotes by them, like the book, are fiction. In the interview, Woodward rejected criticism that his...

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  • Hundreds of Russian rich men can
Hundreds of Russian rich men can "evict" from the UK

Prime Minister Theresa May said the two assassins were officers of the GRU intelligence service and that their actions were nearly certainly approved "at a senior level of the Russian state". Britain has blamed the Russian state for the attempted assassinations, which Russia denies. The Skripal case triggered a diplomatic crisis with Russian ...

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  • 4 dead in Cincinnati bank shooting
4 dead in Cincinnati bank shooting

The situation appeared to be under control shortly before 7 a.m. At least some of the officers who engaged Perez were wearing body cameras during the firefight. To recap, just after 9, emergency responders went to 5/3rd Bank at 5th and Main for report of active shooter with multiple victims. Another onlooker, Leonard Cain, told a newspaper he...

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  • Wildfire that closed key California highway doubles in size
Wildfire that closed key California highway doubles in size

The Delta Fire has scorched almost 58 square miles since it began near Lake Shasta on Wednesday. Sgt Alex Walker faced the heat of California's biggest fires: "It was close to unbearable". Almost 300 homes were considered threatened, but the blaze was not burning near any large towns, fire spokesman Brandon Vacarro said. Dubbed the Delta F...

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  • Pakistan army chief provokes India, says people of Kashmir fighting bravely
Pakistan army chief provokes India, says people of Kashmir fighting bravely

Mr. Khan also talked about investing in human capital by sending children to schools and building hospitals and system of merit so that everyone is treated equally on the pattern of first Muslim state of Medina. Prime Minister Imran Khan has appealed to the Pakistanis living overseas to contribute to dams fund, assuring the nation that he would pro...

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  • Pompeo Has Received North Korean Letter Trump Was Expecting
Pompeo Has Received North Korean Letter Trump Was Expecting

Recent satellite photos have indicated Kim's weapons factories were still operating to produce fissile materials to make nuclear weapons. Chung added that during his meeting with Kim, the North Korean leader stressed that he has "never said anything negative about President Trump ".

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  • Russia, Iran reject calls for Syria ceasefire, backing offensive
Russia, Iran reject calls for Syria ceasefire, backing offensive

Turkey has 12 observation posts in Idlib in keeping with the provisions of the Astana process. That also includes an estimated 10,000 hardcore fighters, including al-Qaeda-linked militants. The level of mutual trust between Turkey and Russian Federation is "very low", relations remain "fragile" and Idlib will "present new challenges" to them.

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  • George Papadopoulos: Ex-Trump advisor jailed in Russian Federation inquiry
George Papadopoulos: Ex-Trump advisor jailed in Russian Federation inquiry

Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos leaves after his sentencing hearing at U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., September 7, 2018 . However by lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, he placed "self interest over the national interest", Moss said.

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  • Several People Behind Trump Were Removed, Replaced During Rally In Montana
Several People Behind Trump Were Removed, Replaced During Rally In Montana

But these swaps are particularly egregious considering they were all mid-speech and directly behind the president, and the people who were swapped out didn't appear to be doing anything wrong. Trump said numerous Senate Democrats whom Tester had helped elect "are attacking Judge Kavanaugh and looking like fools". Trump also warned that a Democrat...

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  • State Dept Official Suggests Real Motivation Of Anonymous Anti-Trump Op-Ed
State Dept Official Suggests Real Motivation Of Anonymous Anti-Trump Op-Ed

The theory that Mr Pence wrote the article largely stems from the use of the word " lodestar ", a term meaning "star that leads or guides" and one which the vice-president has frequently used. The paper says the author requested anonymity and that this was essential to deliver an "important perspective" to its reader. Trump lambasted The Tim...

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  • US, India Ink Deal to Expand Defense Ties
US, India Ink Deal to Expand Defense Ties

The pact enables high-transfer of power. The sources said text of the agreement is nearly ready. "India is going to buy more energy products and aircraft from the U.S.", he said. They come amid a series of divisive issues, including Washington's demands that India stop buying Iranian oil and Russian military supplies, and even news reports that P...

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  • Quake halts all trains on Japan island
Quake halts all trains on Japan island

Two people had been killed and about 40 were missing, according to public broadcaster NHK. Don't miss out on the latest news and information. More than 4,000 defense force soldiers have been deployed to help with rescue operations, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, and that number could rise to 25,000 if needed.

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  • Infowars’ Alex Jones insults, touches Marco Rubio outside U.S. Senate hearing
Infowars’ Alex Jones insults, touches Marco Rubio outside U.S. Senate hearing

Jones also interrupted interviews with Democratic Sen. At one point during their back and forth, Mr. Jones touches the Florida senator and security intervened. "You are like a little gangster thug". "I don't really read your website". Rubio ignored his questions, while Jones persisted. The company had previously issued a seven-day suspension ...

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  • Flyover collapse kills one, injures 19 in Kolkata
Flyover collapse kills one, injures 19 in Kolkata

Going by the complaint, the police is to identify the agency that was in charge of maintenance of the busy bridge, located on the Diamond Harbour Road, and that is to be blamed for the collapse . All India Trinamool Congress, the West Bengal state's ruling party, said on Twitter the bridge was 40 years old. "The fix and maintenance of bridges took...

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  • Ayanna Pressley’s Reaction To Her Historic Victory Is Everything
Ayanna Pressley’s Reaction To Her Historic Victory Is Everything

Pressley defeated 10-term Rep. Michael Capuano , who had been endorsed by nearly every major figure in the state's political establishment, including Boston Mayor Martin J. Tahirah Amatul-Wadud lost the state's 1st Congressional District to Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.). She beat the incumbent congressman handily . The 66-year-old Capuano, who is...

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  • Young Australian Model has died while holidaying in Greece
Young Australian Model has died while holidaying in Greece

Bailleres and his family had reportedly left the yacht, which had been sailing around Europe, days before McNamara was found, according to Greek media, and only members of the crew were left on board. "Excitement is an understatement". The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is providing consular assistance to Ms McNamara's family. " Yo...

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  • Russian air strikes batter Syria's Idlib: monitor
Russian air strikes batter Syria's Idlib: monitor

It comes after Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said at the start of a visit to Damascus that "terrorists must be purged" from Syria's Idlib and the entire north-western province returned to government control. But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov rejected the warning and said the Syrian army was "getting ready" to clear a "nes...

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  • India ends colonial-era ban on gay sex
India ends colonial-era ban on gay sex

The bench heard various stakeholders for four days in July, including gay rights activists. While the top court acknowledged that sex as per the order of nature was seen as intercourse between a man and a woman for the objective of procreation, the fact that it had already recognised a third gender needs to be kept in mind.

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  • Malaysian Muslim lesbian couple caned in public punishment
Malaysian Muslim lesbian couple caned in public punishment

Unlike caning under civil laws, the punishment under Islamic law isn't painful or harsh and was meant to educate the women, said Sinwan. The country operates a dual-track legal system. "It did not look forceful and we are satisfied because proper procedure was followed in which the caning did not break the skin", said association deputy president...

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  • Deputy shoots gunman at Del Mar Racetrack before Ice Cube concert
Deputy shoots gunman at Del Mar Racetrack before Ice Cube concert

Elizarraras was transported to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla in stable condition and is expected to survive his injuries. Del Mar's official Twitter account said at 6:37 p.m. A witness said some concertgoers appeared to leave the arena in the aftermath of the shooting incident. San Diego's FOX 5 reported that a San Diego Sheriff's De...

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  • Trump warns Syria, Russia and Iran against Idlib 'tragedy'
Trump warns Syria, Russia and Iran against Idlib 'tragedy'

The report of the attack came at a time when Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was visiting Damascus for talks with senior Syrian officials, in advance of the battle for Idlib in the northwest of the country, which is considered the last major rebel enclave.

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  • Brett Kavanaugh has Democrats in 'nuclear option' regret
Brett Kavanaugh has Democrats in 'nuclear option' regret

In recent weeks, moderate Republicans considered swing votes have met with Kavanaugh - for long meetings on critical issues. President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, officiates at the swearing-in of Judge Britt Grant to take a seat on the U.S.

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  • Texas woman takes off with baby after crashing car in chase
Texas woman takes off with baby after crashing car in chase

The driver of that vehicle ran out and grabbed a child from the backseat before police pulled Rodriguez out of the auto and handcuffed her in the middle of the road. Police say they attempted to stop her because she had outstanding warrants. The video appears to show the black Mercedez SUV weaving at high speeds through congestion.

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  • European Commission backs ending daylight saving: Juncker
European Commission backs ending daylight saving: Juncker

Juncker yesterday told German broadcaster ZDF that the European Union would not let anyone determine its trade policies, adding that if Washington violated the deal and imposed auto tariffs, "we will also do that". European countries began changing clocks after World War I , shifting times just before summer to save energy. Earlier this mo...

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  • KAGWANJA: Beijing summit reveals why China is attractive to
KAGWANJA: Beijing summit reveals why China is attractive to

Founded on the principles of South-South cooperation, the summit provides a basis for mutual benefit and support, while serving as a vehicle through which Africa and China can stimulate growth and unlock new opportunities in trade and cooperation.

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  • Russia Probe: Manafort Associate Sam Patten Charged With Illegal Lobbying
Russia Probe: Manafort Associate Sam Patten Charged With Illegal Lobbying

Patten and Foreigner A contacted members of Congress, U.S. government officials and the news media to push the Opposition Bloc's interests, according to court papers. He also worked with an unnamed Russian to place op-ed articles in U.S. media in 2017, the Justice Department says. Patten was released on his own recognizance but can not travel o...

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  • Britain’s PM, Theresa May, supports Ramaphosa’s land reform - with conditions
Britain’s PM, Theresa May, supports Ramaphosa’s land reform - with conditions

Mlachila said South Africa was not expected to seek IMF financial support due to its deep domestic financial markets and access to worldwide markets for financing its balance of payments and fiscal deficits. The party said it was withdrawn in efforts to allow "an ongoing process that could lead to the changing of the constitution to pave way for e...

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  • Yorkdale Shopping Centre to reopen following shots fired
Yorkdale Shopping Centre to reopen following shots fired

Earlier, police tweeted that they were seeking two men in their 20s, one of whom may be carrying a handgun. After the lockdown ended, the mall's management announced that the shopping center would remain closed for the rest of the day so that police could continue their investigation.

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  • Wilders calls off Mohammed cartoon contest over threat
Wilders calls off Mohammed cartoon contest over threat

The cartoon contest is being organized by Geert Wilders , a far-right Dutch lawmaker with a history of incendiary remarks about Islam. Plans by Wilders, an avowed anti-Islamist, to hold a cartoon competition at his PVV party's offices in parliament have stirred anger among Muslims, particularly in Pakistan .

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  • Trump says Sessions' safe in job at least until November
Trump says Sessions' safe in job at least until November

I think it's because he is a lot smarter than people - and maybe even the president - think he is. Thursday he told the outlet, "I do question what Jeff is doing". The Wall Street Journal reported earlier on Thursday that the Senators Thom Tillis , Jerry Moran and John Kennedy urged Sessions to resist the pressure to quit.

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  • Field resignation reflects 'deep divisions' in Labour, Tom Watson says
Field resignation reflects 'deep divisions' in Labour, Tom Watson says

I intend to continue to represent Birkenhead in Westminster, as I have had the honour to do so for nearly 40 years, and I will continue to do so as an Independent Labour Member. A Labour Party spokesman has thanked Mr Field for his service to Labour, but the veteran MP told the BBC he had been thanked "as if I was resigning from a whist club", noti...

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  • Child Abuse Charges Dismissed for 3 New Mexico Compound Suspects
Child Abuse Charges Dismissed for 3 New Mexico Compound Suspects

His father, Siraj Ibn Wahajj, had kidnapped him from Clayton County, Georgia after returning from a trip to Saudi Arabia. All 11 children taken from the compound are in state custody, and it was unclear whether the released parents have visitation rights, according to Children, Youth and Families Department spokesman Henry Varela.

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  • United States cuts almost $300 million in aid for Palestinian refugees
United States cuts almost $300 million in aid for Palestinian refugees

It now provides services to five million Palestinian refugees in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, as well as Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. Under U.S. Last week, the State Department announced cutting more than $200 million in aid for the PA and Gaza, stating the money would be "redirected" to more worthy causes.

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  • Puerto Rico's death toll from Hurricane Maria raised to nearly 3,000
Puerto Rico's death toll from Hurricane Maria raised to nearly 3,000

The new estimate of 2,975 dead in the six months after Maria had devastated the island in September 2017, knocking out the entire electrical grid, was made by researchers with the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University, released on Tuesday.

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  • Florida's Ron DeSantis Doubles Down on 'Monkey This Up' Comment
Florida's Ron DeSantis Doubles Down on 'Monkey This Up' Comment

Pre-primary polls indicated that Graham had the best shot at defeating the Trump-endorsed Republican nominee Ron Desantis , but a recent survey conducted by the Democratic polling firm Public Policy Polling, conducted immediately following the primary vote on August 29-30, indicates that Gillum now has a large lead over DeSantis if the e...

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  • Trump, under pressure to honour McCain, orders flags to half-staff
Trump, under pressure to honour McCain, orders flags to half-staff

Donald Trump on Monday bowed to pressure to honor the late John McCain , ordering the lowering of flags across the country to half-staff, as the late senator fired a parting shot at the president in a farewell message to the nation. "Whatever policy gets pursued by others, I can just tell you we believe this week should be about John McCain a...

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  • Times Square Abuzz As Hundreds Of Bees Swarm Hot Dog Cart
Times Square Abuzz As Hundreds Of Bees Swarm Hot Dog Cart

The horde gathered on top of the yellow and blue umbrella at the corner of Broadway and West 43rd Street. A police officer wearing a mesh-hooded protective suit collects the bees using a vacuum cleaner-like device. He began vacuuming up all the bees as a crowd of people looked on. Eventually, a beekeeper did arrive on the scene to suck up the bee...

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  • Donald Trump Confirms: Don McGahn Leaving the White House in the Fall
Donald Trump Confirms: Don McGahn Leaving the White House in the Fall

White House Counsel Don McGahn , a consequential insider in President Donald Trump's legal storms and successes and a key figure in the administration's handling of the Russian Federation investigation, will be leaving in the fall, the president announced Wednesday.

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  • Trump nixed statement praising McCain
Trump nixed statement praising McCain

Flags have returned to full-staff at the White House following the death of John McCain . Before McCain died, he requested that former presidents George W. But on Monday afternoon, the White House once again lowered the flag to half-staff and Trump, in his statement said he "signed a proclamation to fly the flag of the United States at ...

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  • Ex-Vatican official issues call for Pope Francis' resignation
Ex-Vatican official issues call for Pope Francis' resignation

Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, Apostolic Nuncio to United States, listens to remarks at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' annual fall meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, Nov. Pope Francis's visit has happened amid a declining Catholic church in Ireland and controversy over sex abuse. While organisers predicted 500,000 would attend Franc...

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  • Jeff Sessions: US attorney general hits back at Trump
Jeff Sessions: US attorney general hits back at Trump

Sessions, a former US senator from Alabama, was one of the first Republican lawmakers to back Trump's presidential election bid and has implemented his hardline immigration policies in the role of attorney general. He was an early supporter of Trump and the first senator to offer his backing when most Republican party seniors and leaders were uns...

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  • Rohingya protest for 'justice' on crackdown anniversary
Rohingya protest for 'justice' on crackdown anniversary

Resolving it will necessitate fundamental changes in Myanmar, such as mechanisms in place to ensure the Rohingya's rights and safety, as preconditions for refugees to go home. "The crisis has done enormous damage to Myanmar's standing in the world", said Richard Horsey, a former United Nations diplomat in the country and a political analyst.

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  • 'Devastated' Julie Bishop slams pollies' dirty tactics that cost her PM job
'Devastated' Julie Bishop slams pollies' dirty tactics that cost her PM job

The messages between senior Liberal MPs, broadcast on ABC's Insiders , claimed some politicians were voting for Ms Bishop in the party room ballot as part of a "ruse" to install Mr Dutton, and others politicians were encouraged not to vote for her even if they wanted to.

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  • Trump Org CFO Allen Weisselberg given immunity by prosecutors to testify
Trump Org CFO Allen Weisselberg given immunity by prosecutors to testify

We all know that. Cohen has also been subpoenaed by investigators to provide information about the Trump Foundation, which is the subject of a NY attorney general's office inquiry. The interview had begun as a discussion of the broadly promoted claim of the dual disaster: The almost simultaneous announcement of the conviction of Paul Manafort o...

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