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Meghan’s tour schedule in Australia cut after hectic start

Meghan’s tour schedule in Australia cut after hectic start

The Duke of Sussex encouraged his pregnant wife to slow down after she felt exhausted when the opening of the Invictus Games overran by almost two hours, royal sources said . "To be honest he's so ...

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Officials Mends Relations Amidst Growing Military Tension

Officials Mends Relations Amidst Growing Military Tension

When asked about the flights Thursday, China's Foreign Ministry said it was working to confirm the details but "firmly opposed to any country's behavior that jeopardizes the sovereignty and safe inter...

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Marijuana legalization linked to spike in vehicle crashes, studies reveal

Marijuana legalization linked to spike in vehicle crashes, studies reveal

Harkey said 14 percent of drivers confirmed to be using marijuana had a child in their vehicle, reflecting concerns that marijuana use isn't as confined as alcohol use, which tends to happen most ...

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61 dead as train mows down Dasara crowd in Amritsar

61 dead as train mows down Dasara crowd in Amritsar

Soon after the railways said that the organiser of the event didn't inform it about the celebrations, Amritsar Municipal Corporation denied giving permission for organising the event. Relatives of t...

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Guy shrugs off Wentworth vote

Guy shrugs off Wentworth vote

Australia's ruling coalition was forced into minority government on Saturday after a massive swing against its senior partner, the Liberal Party, in a by-election for the seat of the prime minister t...

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Saudi Arabia journalist: Nation claims vanished journalist 'died following brawl'

Saudi Arabia journalist: Nation claims vanished journalist 'died following brawl'

Prior to the Saudi announcement of Khashoggi's death, media outlets reported citing sources that the journalist might have been murdered inside the consulate. Khashoggi, who has been missing since the...

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Police find 63 foetuses in USA funeral home amid probe

Police find 63 foetuses in USA funeral home amid probe

Peter Parks, another attorney, and Cieslak say they have uncovered documentation showing Perry billed Medicare for holding proper burials for the remains, when they found they were checking large numb...

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Pope Francis discusses possible North Korea trip and urges push for peace

Pope Francis discusses possible North Korea trip and urges push for peace

Vatican The Pope is considering visiting North Korea, he told President Moon of South Korea in a private audience yesterday. Asked if Kim should send a formal invitation, Moon's office quoted the P...

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Trump uses migrant caravan to fire up his base

Trump uses migrant caravan to fire up his base

Meanwhile, the rafts that normally ferry throngs of people across the river were carrying mostly merchandise and the raft operators said they had been warned by Mexican authorities not to carry peop...

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Two top Trump aides tangle outside Oval Office over immigration

Two top Trump aides tangle outside Oval Office over immigration

In the extremely loud, profanity-laced verbal fight that unfolded in front of multiple witnesses, Bolton attacked the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for failing to implement Trump's immigration...

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Texas' O'Rourke doubles down on impeaching Trump

Texas' O'Rourke doubles down on impeaching Trump

Supporters of Sen. Cruz have claimed that though O'Rourke possesses plenty of smooth rhetoric, he lacks in substance and qualifications. Trump is traveling to Houston on Monday to rally for Cruz as ...

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Facebook hires British ex-deputy PM as global affairs head

Facebook hires British ex-deputy PM as global affairs head

Clegg, who held the position in the British parliament with former British PM David Cameron between 2010 and 2015, will replace Elliot Schrage , a Facebook veteran who held the position for almost a ...

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UAE, Egypt and Bahrain commend Saudi Arabia' decrees on Khashoggi case

UAE, Egypt and Bahrain commend Saudi Arabia' decrees on Khashoggi case

DUBAI-Saudi Arabia said on October 20 that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has died, and said it fired two senior officials over the incident. "The discussions that took place with the citizen. K...

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#MeToo Allegations: Editors' Guild Asks MJ Akbar to Drop Defamation Case

#MeToo Allegations: Editors' Guild Asks MJ Akbar to Drop Defamation Case

Calling for dropping of the case against Ramani, the Guild said: "We hope that Mr Akbar will also display the grace to withdraw the criminal defamation case he has filed against one of the complaina...

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Jamal Khashoggi died inside our consulate after a fight, says Saudi Arabia

Jamal Khashoggi died inside our consulate after a fight, says Saudi Arabia

The reporting that Castro is referring to is an article from the British tabloid The Daily Mail published this past April that claimed the crown prince had boasted about some key intelligence he had...

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US Jerusalem consulate merger draws Palestinian anger

US Jerusalem consulate merger draws Palestinian anger

The step, which was announced by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, means that the Jerusalem consulate will no longer have a separate channel to Washington to report on Palestinian affairs and will no ...

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Trump has chose to withdraw the United States from another worldwide organization

Trump has chose to withdraw the United States from another worldwide organization

The United States intends to file notice that it will withdraw from the Universal Postal Union , the global organization that coordinates mail activities and rates between its 192 member countries....

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Russian woman indicted for meddling in 2018 midterm elections

Russian woman indicted for meddling in 2018 midterm elections

In July, Mueller's office also indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers who were accused of hacking Democratic computer networks as part of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. Khusyanynova allegedly ...

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CARAVAN DEFIANT: Migrants 'Crash Gates,' Head into Mexico

CARAVAN DEFIANT: Migrants 'Crash Gates,' Head into Mexico

Earlier this year, Trump's criticism turned a migrant caravan into a spectacle, with day-by-day media coverage of the journey. Even if it's within his authority as president, he would nearly cer...

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ISIS has taken 700 hostages which include United States and European citizens

ISIS has taken 700 hostages which include United States and European citizens

The hostages were reportedly taken on October 13. The terrorists issued an ultimatum promising to execute 10 people every day, according to Reuters . In Washington, the USA military cast doubt on P...

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Russia-Annexed Crimea: Student Massacres 19, Wounds 50 at School

Russia-Annexed Crimea: Student Massacres 19, Wounds 50 at School

Weeping families and friends laid flowers and held vigils on Thursday as they struggled to understand why 18-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov gunned down students before killing himself in what local pres...

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Warren defends decision to release DNA test

Warren defends decision to release DNA test

Bustamante, who has a Ph.D in biology and a Master's in statistics from Harvard University and was named a MacArthur Fellow in 2010. Trump , who belittles Warren by calling her " Pocahontas ", seiz...

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Twitter publishes information ops data from Russia, Iran for research

Twitter publishes information ops data from Russia, Iran for research

Overall, the datasets hold 3,841 accounts affiliated with Russian and the IRA and 770 other accounts likely from Iran. All of this, authors Vijaya Gadde and Yoel Roth said, has been done "with the g...

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World stock markets mostly dip on Fed views on rates

World stock markets mostly dip on Fed views on rates

Bullard also feels the Fed should not "pencil in" rate increases far into the future because of the uncertainty around forecasts, and the confusion that can cause among investors and households. Unfor...

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Israeli Supreme Court allows U.S. 'boycott' student to stay

Israeli Supreme Court allows U.S. 'boycott' student to stay

Lara Alqasem's lawyers say that under Thursday's ruling, she will be released from detention immediately and allowed to study at Hebrew University, where she had been registered for classes. Yotam Be...

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