• Two Killed in Shooting at Kentucky Grocery Store
Two Killed in Shooting at Kentucky Grocery Store

Police said Bush attempted to enter a historically black church minutes before arriving at the grocery store. "I want him to stay away", she wrote in the court document. I won't shoot you. He said he drove to the store after she called him sobbing to tell him what had happened. Customer Eric Deacon witnessed the shootout and described Bush's op...

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  • Person in custody in package bombs
Person in custody in package bombs

Clapper told CNN that he was not surprised he was targeted and that he considered the actions an act of terrorism. "Not option no way out silence no shots, no traces like never existed", the suspect wrote in a tweet directed at Warren. And all of the people who experienced these attempted assassinations have been repeatedly vilified and deemed ...

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  • Utah track athlete identified as victim in shooting
Utah track athlete identified as victim in shooting

Several members of our university administration spoke with Lauren's family last night and I have also reached out to them. Lauren McCluskey , a track and field athlete at the University of Utah , was found dead on Monday night murdered in a auto near campus.

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  • Saudi operative dressed as Khashoggi, Turkish source says
Saudi operative dressed as Khashoggi, Turkish source says

Meanwhile, several politicians and global business leaders have pulled out of an investment conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia next week amid a worldwide diplomatic dispute over Khashoggi's disappearance. Mr Johnson wrote: "The Saudi Crown Prince has the chance to be the godfather of peace - and to save his country from the threat of missile ...

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  • China slams Trump nuclear treaty 'blackmail'
China slams Trump nuclear treaty 'blackmail'

The comments come after Trump's weekend announcement that Washington would be exiting the landmark treaty, which eliminated all USA and Russian nuclear missiles with ranges of 310-3,420 miles (500-5,500 kilometers) and their launchers, citing alleged Russian violations of the pact.

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  • Trump refutes report that China is spying on his cellphone calls
Trump refutes report that China is spying on his cellphone calls

The New York Times said Trump typically relies on his cellphones when he does not want a call going through the White House switchboard and logged for senior aides to see. The Chinese are reportedly focused on Stephen Schwarzman, the CEO of the private equity giant Blackstone Group; and former casino mogul Steve Wynn.

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  • Republican candidate flounders over Trump as role model during Florida debate
Republican candidate flounders over Trump as role model during Florida debate

The electorate in Florida this year is especially unpredictable due to an unusual collision of events: a massive hurricane, the nation's deadliest high school shooting, and Gillum's historic candidacy. "I'm black. I've been black all my life and as far as I know, I'll die black". "And the truth is, you know what?" If you are confused by that no...

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  • Turkey to reveal details of probe into Khashoggi's killing
Turkey to reveal details of probe into Khashoggi's killing

BRITAIN, France and Germany tonight branded Saudi Arabia's claim that missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi died during a fight as "not credible". "I will make my statements about this issue on Tuesday at the party group meeting", Erdogan said.

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  • Killing of journalist was rogue operation, says Saudi foreign minister
Killing of journalist was rogue operation, says Saudi foreign minister

The mole was part of a sophisticated online effort "dictated" by controversial Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman and carried out by his advisers to quash domestic and worldwide criticism of Saudi Arabia, according to the Times. "If it has killed this reporter, the red line has been crossed and he will have to pay the price and be punished...

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  • Turkey to reveal new information on the murder of journalist
Turkey to reveal new information on the murder of journalist

Local broadcaster Ahaber aired video showing crime scene investigators searching what appeared to be the contents of cases. "The more one thinks about it, the more it feels like our intelligence is being mocked", he wrote . That account includes details on how 15 Saudis sent to confront Khashoggi had threatened him with being drugged and kidnapp...

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  • Over 600000 march in call for final Brexit vote
Over 600000 march in call for final Brexit vote

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon sent a supportive video message. Councillor Nick Halebi said: "I voted to remain and I campaigned to remain, but it was a once-in-a-lifetime decision". St Albans for Europe secretary Helen Campbell said: "The momentum for a People's Vote on any Brexit deal has grown and grown, locally and nationally.

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  • Oldest intact shipwreck known to mankind found in Black Sea
Oldest intact shipwreck known to mankind found in Black Sea

The Black Sea has always been an important trade route between Europe and Asia, meaning it's been a hub of activity for countless cultures and civilizations, including the Greeks, Persians, Scythians, Romans, Goths, Huns, Crusaders, and Ottomans, to name but a few.

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  • UK's May pleads for support, says Brexit deal is nearly done
UK's May pleads for support, says Brexit deal is nearly done

Theresa May has been warned to " bring her own noose " to a so-called Tory show trial that could determine her future as prime minister. "Taking all of this together, 95 per cent of the Withdrawal Agreement and its protocols are now settled", she will say, according to excerpts from her statement to Parliament.

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  • US Warships Sail Through Taiwan Strait
US Warships Sail Through Taiwan Strait

Taiwan's premier William Lai said during a parliamentary session Tuesday that Taiwan respected the United States right of passage in worldwide waters and recognised "the various efforts of the USA in maintaining peace in the Asia-Pacific Region".

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  • World’s longest sea-crossing bridge opens between Hong Kong, China
World’s longest sea-crossing bridge opens between Hong Kong, China

The multibillion dollar bridge project has sparked mixed feelings in the city since the beginning of its construction in 2009. In addition to political concerns, activists in Hong Kong are anxious about the safety of the bridge as local media reports in April showed that the interlocking concrete blocks of the artificial island that connect the...

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  • Australia stares at hung parliament as by-election count goes to the wire
Australia stares at hung parliament as by-election count goes to the wire

Turnbull had repeatedly signalled his complete support for the United States alliance, and had passed anti-democratic "foreign interference" laws aimed against China, which have been hailed in Washington as a model to be emulated internationally.

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  • Cabinet minister says Saudi explanation for death of journalist 'not credible'
Cabinet minister says Saudi explanation for death of journalist 'not credible'

A senior official had earlier claimed Khashoggi was killed in a chokehold and his body hidden in a rug so that a "co-operator" could dispose of it away from the Saudi consulate. He also said that once the investigation is over and those responsible are punished, he predicts the US-Saudi relationship will "weather" this. Democratic Representative ...

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  • Arms Control for Dummies
Arms Control for Dummies

The two men also discussed a possible extension by five years of the New START arms control treaty, which expires in 2021, the Security Council said. The INF treaty required the United States and the Soviet Union to forgo all nuclear ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with a range of 310 to 3,415 miles, eliminating an entire category o...

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  • Suspicious package targeting billionaire investor George Soros rendered safe
Suspicious package targeting billionaire investor George Soros rendered safe

Soros was not home at the time , the New York Times reported . The Bedford Police Department received a call about a suspicious package at about 3:45 p.m. Republican Representative from Florida Matt Gaetz also accused the billionaire of funding the migrant caravan that is moving towards the US-Mexico border.

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  • Pres. Trump Holds 'MAGA' Rally In Houston, Texas In Support Of GOP
Pres. Trump Holds 'MAGA' Rally In Houston, Texas In Support Of GOP

Trump's declaration on Monday, US time, came as he criticised Democrats, associating them with "corrupt, power-hungry globalists ". At stake on November 6 is whether Republicans can hold onto control of the Senate and the House and maintain Trump's one-party rule in Washington .

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  • Indian town picks up pieces after train kills 60 people watching fireworks
Indian town picks up pieces after train kills 60 people watching fireworks

Another witness said the victims did not realise that a train was coming because the fireworks were too loud. The state chief minister has ordered an inquiry to ascertain whether permission was granted - and by whom. Another train had narrowly missed the crowds two minutes earlier, officials said. "Why did authorities allow the fireworks displa...

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  • Taiwan train crash kills at least 18, injures 160
Taiwan train crash kills at least 18, injures 160

Think your friends would be interested? "They were crushed, so they died right away". Rescuers search an overturned train in Yilan, Taiwan October 21, 2018. The Taiwan Railway Administration said earlier that the death toll had risen to 22 but later found that "four additional deaths" were double calculation at hospitals.

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  • Jordanian King to end border land lease extension with Israel
Jordanian King to end border land lease extension with Israel

Embassy's move to Jerusalem and ongoing violence in Gaza. "Our decision is to terminate the Baquoura and Ghamar annexes from the (1994 Jordan-Israel) peace treaty out of our keenness to take all decisions that would serve Jordan and Jordanians", said the King in his tweet.

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  • At Least 50 Killed In India Train Accident
At Least 50 Killed In India Train Accident

The injured were immediately taken to the civil hospitals near the area. "We are announcing a magisterial probe into the incident", Singh told reporters. After the horrifying train accident of Amritsar , the gate-man of the Jora Phatak who was being held responsible for the mishap, appeared in front of the media for the first time and denied the...

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  • Dozens Hurt in Floor Collapse at South Carolina Condo Party
Dozens Hurt in Floor Collapse at South Carolina Condo Party

Responding officers found multiple people injured. Some 30 people were taken to three area hospitals, ABC news reported. The multi-floor building had been leased out for a private event, Dixon said. People fell through the ground and landed on the floor below. The property management of the clubhouse says it was built in 2004. The Clemson...

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  • At Least 17 People Killed In Attack At School In Crimea
At Least 17 People Killed In Attack At School In Crimea

The alleged perpetrator, named Vladislav Roslyakov, is said to have run from room to room as he fired, starting in the area near the canteen. Sergei, whose shirt was covered in blood, said victims "were taken away in public transport, in minibuses and buses, with two or three people in each ambulance".

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  • Twitter makes public Russia, Iran meddling tweet trove
Twitter makes public Russia, Iran meddling tweet trove

Facebook has uncovered similar efforts and has stepped up its efforts to curb foreign influence. According to the statement, these accounts were distributed to more than 10 million messages and over 2 million images, animated images and videos.

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  • Donald Trump under fire for praising assault on Guardian journalist
Donald Trump under fire for praising assault on Guardian journalist

Trump said "Any guy that can do a body slam. he's my guy", at a rally in Montana. "And then I said, 'Wait a minute, I know Montana pretty well, I think it might help him.' And it did". " He'd be down, faster than Greg would take him down ", Trump said. "We endorsed Greg very early". "The president of the United States tonight applauded the assa...

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  • Migrant Caravan's Arduous Journey Through Central America Toward U.S
Migrant Caravan's Arduous Journey Through Central America Toward U.S

Donald Trump has threatened to cut aid to Central America and close his country's border with Mexico if a caravan of Honduran migrants marching toward the USA is not turned back. As the sun rose, a military helicopter flew along the Mexican side of the river foreshadowing the difficulties they could face. Late Thursday, some 300 Mexican fe...

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  • Video Shows Woman Leaving Toddler On Stranger's Doorstep, Running Away
Video Shows Woman Leaving Toddler On Stranger's Doorstep, Running Away

The mom had reportedly asked the friend to drop off the child at his father's house , but she went to the wrong address. Spencer said officers initially canvassed the area and knocked on all the doors in the neighborhood searching for the boy's family.

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  • France's finance minister cancels his Saudi conference trip amid Khashoggi disappearance
France's finance minister cancels his Saudi conference trip amid Khashoggi disappearance

Trump, who has forged closer ties with Saudi Arabia and the 33-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , acknowledged for the first time on Thursday that Khashoggi had been murdered. 3, 2018, it was concerned for the safety of Khashoggi, a columnist for the newspaper, after he apparently went missing after going to the Saudi Consulate in Ist...

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  • More executives pull out from Saudi Arabia conference over missing Saudi journalist
More executives pull out from Saudi Arabia conference over missing Saudi journalist

One CNN source cautioned that the report was still being prepared and could change, while another said it will likely conclude the operation took place without clearance, and that those involved will be held responsible. Date quotes Courtney Radsch of the Committee to Protect Journalists and former Central Intelligence Agency analyst Ned Price to...

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  • Pregnant Meghan Markle tosses Australian football in heels
Pregnant Meghan Markle tosses Australian football in heels

The Australian royal tour of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry has turned out to be quite an emotional roller coaster. The 37-year-old accompanied Prince Harry to a special engagement to learn about some innovative programs developed by young Victorians, but she wasn't expecting a slight fright when she met a particular group of school stude...

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  • Turkey to search Saudi consulate after Erdogan, king talk
Turkey to search Saudi consulate after Erdogan, king talk

A member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee says the U.S. -Saudi relations may need "to be completely revised" if an investigation finds the kingdom's government responsible for the murder of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi .

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  • Trial beginning on suit alleging Harvard admissions bias
Trial beginning on suit alleging Harvard admissions bias

A lawsuit has challenged the use of race as a factor in Harvard admissions - a decades-old push to boost minority enrollments at America's oldest and perhaps most prestigious university. Pitted against it is an organization called "Students for Fair Admissions", led by a conservative white activist, Edward Blum, who previously attacked the "affir...

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  • We surrender everything to God - Leah Sharibu’s mother
We surrender everything to God - Leah Sharibu’s mother

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday spoke with Mohammed Liman, father of Hauwa Liman who was killed by Boko Haram terrorists. According to a statement by Garba Shehu, the president's spokesman, in a telephone call, Mr Buhari commiserated with Hauwa's family and assured her father that the Nigerian government did everything possible to sav...

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  • North seeks 'substantive outcome' in economic cooperation talks with South
North seeks 'substantive outcome' in economic cooperation talks with South

The two Koreas agreed this week to begin reconnecting rail and road links, in spite of US concerns that a rapid thaw in relations could undermine efforts to press North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons. In a third meeting this year, senior officials from North and South Korea have agreed to bolster military, sporting and diplomatic ties in ta...

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  • Canada legalizes marijuana for recreational use
Canada legalizes marijuana for recreational use

US Customs and Border Protection invited Canadian media to a conference call on Tuesday so officials could reiterate that marijuana remains illegal under US federal law and that those who are caught at the border with pot are subject to arrest and prosecution.

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  • Minus MATTIS? Trump Denies Defense Secretary Is Departing Cabinet
Minus MATTIS? Trump Denies Defense Secretary Is Departing Cabinet

Mattis told reporters traveling with him to Vietnam that he and Trump had spoken on Monday while the president was en route to Florida. Lesley Stahl pressed Trump on the media, his relationship with Kim Jong Un and the Mueller probe during the contentious interview , which aired Sunday night.

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  • 10 feared dead in gas explosion at Crimean college
10 feared dead in gas explosion at Crimean college

The Reuters news agency said Olga Grebennikova, the college's director, had told Crimean news outlets that gunmen entered the building and deliberately fired on students and blew up explosive devices. Most of the victims were students, she added. TASS , also state-run, quoted an unnamed law enforcement official as saying that about 70 people w...

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  • Woman apologises for accusing 9-year-old of sexual assault
Woman apologises for accusing 9-year-old of sexual assault

Klein can clearly be seen claiming to be a police officer to the mother, but later denied she ever said that. Klein said the boy grabbed her buttocks. An outraged witness then approaches the woman and says: 'What is your problem? "The little kid thought he was going to go to jail for something he didn't do", Littlejohn said in an interview with t...

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  • Wrestling WWE Removes Location Information From Crown Jewel Advertising
Wrestling WWE Removes Location Information From Crown Jewel Advertising

The information for the controversial event now lists the event taking place in Saudi Arabia. It was the first part of a decade-long partnership between WWE and the Saudi General Sports Authority. US senator Richard Blumenthal from WWE's home state of CT has called on WWE to "review and relook" at its relationship with Saudi Arabia. There's ...

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  • Hostage held in Cologne station incident: German police
Hostage held in Cologne station incident: German police

It is not yet clear why the man took the woman hostage. German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle reports shots have been fired at the station, although it is unclear by who. He said parts of the station, one of the biggest in the country, were closed off, as well as the Breslauer Platz square behind the station. The suspect is probably a 55...

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  • Elizabeth Warren releases DNA test
Elizabeth Warren releases DNA test

US Senator Elizabeth Warren has revealed that a DNA test shows " strong evidence " that she has distant Native American ancestry . In a tweet directed at Trump , Warren said: "Remember saying on (July 5) that you'd give $1M to a charity of my choice if my DNA showed Native American ancestry? ".

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  • Inside Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's Two-Day Wedding Reception
Inside Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's Two-Day Wedding Reception

Then, there is Princess Eugenie and Jack, who are both traditional Brits, but who also have an appreciation for modern art. THE Royal Wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank kick off today at 11am at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle - but will he be gifted with a royal title? The singer, whose 6-year-old daughter, Theodora, was ...

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  • Francophonie: Michaëlle Jean defeated in re-election bid
Francophonie: Michaëlle Jean defeated in re-election bid

For Jean, the address to the opening session of the summit of la Francophonie was a final stand ahead of a closed-door meeting of members Friday to choose the next secretary general. In July, African francophone countries officially rallied behind Mushikiwabo, a position consistent with their policy of backing an African candidate sensitive to th...

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  • SKorean climbers and 4 Nepalese guides missing in storm
SKorean climbers and 4 Nepalese guides missing in storm

Police said a five-member South Korean expedition team and four Nepali guides were at their camp when the storm came through on Friday night. "It's very hard to identify, but after closer scrutiny, the group said four were South Koreans and two Nepalese", he said, adding that one body remained unidentified.

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  • Trump's 2nd Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh sworn in
Trump's 2nd Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh sworn in

Supreme Court or his former post as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Seventeen of the races on the ballot are for open seats with no incumbent: 14 in the House and three in the Senate.

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  • Gazan was killed at close range after rushing soldier with knife - officer
Gazan was killed at close range after rushing soldier with knife - officer

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said on Saturday that Israel would halt the transfer of fuel into the Gaza Strip until violence along the volatile border ends, following yet another weekend of clashes between Palestinians and the Israeli army.

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  • Pope Francis accepts resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl
Pope Francis accepts resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl

And allegations of sexual abuse of children by Catholic clergy continue to plague the Church with the latest cases in Germany described as "the tip of the iceberg" by Germany's justice minister. On the abuse crisis, Wuerl also would have been as among the more aggressive American bishops in supporting and implementing a "zero tolerance" policy - ...

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