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Man arrested on suspicion of trying to steal Magna Carta

Man arrested on suspicion of trying to steal Magna Carta

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward. An armed suspect has been arrested on suspicion of a smash-and-grab bid to steal an original copy of Magna Carta from its display case at Salis...

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Queen speaks publicly about Brexit for the first time

Queen speaks publicly about Brexit for the first time

The last State Visit from the Netherlands was by Queen Beatrix and Prince Claus in November 1982. He also said during the Banquet: "At present, a lot of attention is focused on the "technical" side ...

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Murder of Khashoggi a 'heinous crime': Saudi crown prince

Murder of Khashoggi a 'heinous crime': Saudi crown prince

Should have never been thought of. Trump on Tuesday called the operation a "total fiasco". Turkish officials have slowly doled out findings from their own investigation, but Mr. Rouhani said the...

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Abrams defends burning state flag, Confederate symbol in ’92

Abrams defends burning state flag, Confederate symbol in ’92

The two sides of Georgia's heated gubernatorial race appeared on stage together for their first debate Tuesday and familiar themes were on hand for the candidates, except a fire alarm about 5 minute...

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Trudeau says Canadians expect 'consequences' for Khashoggi murder

Trudeau says Canadians expect 'consequences' for Khashoggi murder

France will take "appropriate" punitive measures if Saudi Arabia's guilt in Khashoggi's killing is clearly established, a French government spokesman said Wednesday. Saudi leaders have denied involv...

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Pentagon Dispatches Two Warships Through Taiwan Strait Overburdening Relations With Beijing Further

Pentagon Dispatches Two Warships Through Taiwan Strait Overburdening Relations With Beijing Further

The voyage risks further heightening tensions with China, but will likely be viewed in self-ruled Taiwan as a sign of support by President Donald Trump's government, amid growing friction between Ta...

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Two killed in fall from overlook in Yosemite National Park

Two killed in fall from overlook in Yosemite National Park

Their romantic shot took off on social media as a freelance photographer, Matt Dippel, attempted to track down the couple, whose touching moment he inadvertently snapped. Tomer Frankfurter fell to his...

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See how Meghan Markle's baby bump has grown month by month!

See how Meghan Markle's baby bump has grown month by month!

Their touching act garnered worldwide media attention and it seems word even spread as far to Kensington Palace. Taking to the stage at Sydney's Opera House, the Duke of Sussex firstly thanked Austr...

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Trump calls migrant caravan a 'national emergency'

Trump calls migrant caravan a 'national emergency'

Many have seen the images of a seemingly endless flood of people as part of this "caravan". "Once they've been granted an interview, they are in the US system and they crossed the border legally, ...

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Strong quake hits Greek island, no major damage reported

Strong quake hits Greek island, no major damage reported

The U.S. Geological Survey says the epicenter of the 6.8 magnitude quake was 35.9 kilometres southwest of Lithakia in the southern part of the island. "The energy unleashed, based on the angle of the ...

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Netizens rage as Khashoggi's sons meet Saudi crown prince

Netizens rage as Khashoggi's sons meet Saudi crown prince

But a solution seems a long way off, partly because of deepening skepticism in Turkey and elsewhere that the brazen crime could have been carried out without the knowledge of Prince Mohammed, the ki...

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China invites Japan along belt and road as Abe visits Beijing

China invites Japan along belt and road as Abe visits Beijing

Animosity between the two Asian powers is also being reduced by "soft power" factors, like the more than 8 million Chinese tourists who visited Japan this year. Japan and the United States economies a...

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Jordan: Flash flood sweeps away school bus, killing at least 18

Jordan: Flash flood sweeps away school bus, killing at least 18

Several more students were injured in the incident near the Dead Sea, said an official from the civil defence, Jordan's fire service, who asked not to be named. A witness said a bus with 37 school...

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Ethiopia elects Sahle-Work Zewde as first female president

Ethiopia elects Sahle-Work Zewde as first female president

Sahle-Work is considered the first female head of state in Ethiopia's modern history. Ambassador Sahle-work was appointed in June this year by Secretary-General António Guterres as his Special R...

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Saudi Arabia Admits Khashoggi Died in Consulate

Saudi Arabia Admits Khashoggi Died in Consulate

They also buy weapons from SA on a large scale, and we are estimated to send R4.4 billion in exports to the country annually. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir went on USA television to insist tha...

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Japanese Journalist Freed from Captivity in Syria

Japanese Journalist Freed from Captivity in Syria

Qatari officials notified the Japanese government on Tuesday evening in Japan that Jumpei Yasuda would be released, Suga said. "I'm relieved to hear the information". Yasuda was apparently taken...

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Trump sends troops to border, an issue that fires up base

Trump sends troops to border, an issue that fires up base

These officials say the Pentagon has been under growing pressure from the White House to send troops to the southern border, especially after the President repeatedly called for the use of the militar...

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China dismisses claim it eavesdropped on Trump's iPhone calls

China dismisses claim it eavesdropped on Trump's iPhone calls

United States intelligence agencies believe spies from China and Russian Federation are eavesdropping on Trump's calls-even those using the secure iPhones-by intercepting them as they travel throug...

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Idaho neo-Nazi targets Florida candidate Andrew Gillum in new racist robocall

Idaho neo-Nazi targets Florida candidate Andrew Gillum in new racist robocall

Gillum, who would be the state's first black governor if elected, made the comment while discussing DeSantis' decision to speak at conferences hosted by David Horowitz, an anti-Muslim conservative pol...

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Jimmy Carter: Kavanaugh's confirmation to Supreme Court a 'very serious mistake'

Jimmy Carter: Kavanaugh's confirmation to Supreme Court a 'very serious mistake'

Dakota Bracciale, co-owner of Catland Books, told BBC News that the hex is "aimed at exposing Brett Kavanaugh for what he truly is, to cause him harm and see him undone". He said that he was not...

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Sanders Snaps Back at CNN Pres for 'Dividing' US Amid Bomb Packages

Sanders Snaps Back at CNN Pres for 'Dividing' US Amid Bomb Packages

In a tweet, he said the White House had a "total and complete lack of understanding" on the seriousness of these packages, which contain possible explosive devices. Trump , during the appearance at th...

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NATO does not want new nuclear arms race: alliance chief

NATO does not want new nuclear arms race: alliance chief

Trump would push ahead despite concerns from USA allies in Europe and Asia who say America's withdrawal could trigger a new Cold War-style arms race. But the pressure of the end of the INF Treaty fal...

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Pressure grows on Saudi Arabia

Pressure grows on Saudi Arabia

Turkish and Saudi authorities have been investigating the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi , who went missing after entering the consulate on October 2. That is unacceptable in any g...

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Under pressure, Trump hardens tone toward saudi Arabia

Under pressure, Trump hardens tone toward saudi Arabia

Adel al-Jubeir told Fox News on Sunday that those responsible will be held accountable for "this huge and grave mistake". The senator added the United States should discontinue its arms sales to S...

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Pre-Teen Girls Were ‘Practicing Satanists,’ Plotted To Kill Classmates

Pre-Teen Girls Were ‘Practicing Satanists,’ Plotted To Kill Classmates

Their aim was then to cut their victims' throats, cut up their bodies, eat the flesh and drink their blood, authorities said. The girls were remanded to a juvenile detention facility while prosecuto...

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China suggests Trump 'can use Huawei' after iPhone tapping report

China suggests Trump 'can use Huawei' after iPhone tapping report

The Times reported that Trump has two iPhones with National Security Agency upgrades, along with a third iPhone that he keeps for personal use, and only this last device allows him to store his pers...

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'Bombs' sent to homes of Barack Obama and Hillary and Bill Clinton

'Bombs' sent to homes of Barack Obama and Hillary and Bill Clinton

It's not clear if Wasserman Schultz was in the office. The NYPD Bomb Squad outside the CNN building as officers secure the broadcaster's office, following the discovery of a possible bomb. One of th...

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Kentucky Kroger Shooting Leaves 2 Dead, Police Say

Kentucky Kroger Shooting Leaves 2 Dead, Police Say

Witnesses tell WAVE 3 they heard two bursts of gunfire inside the Kroger in Jeffersontown; then moments later saw two men shooting at each other in the parking lot. today", Kroger said. He said ...

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Rakesh Asthana case: New team will hold fair inquiry, says CBI

Rakesh Asthana case: New team will hold fair inquiry, says CBI

A corruption case , counter charges and cases in court. Mr Verma also contended that the Centre and the CVC's move was "patently illegal" and such interference "erodes" the independence and autonom...

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‘Titanic II’ To Head From Dubai To New York

‘Titanic II’ To Head From Dubai To New York

The replica is being built in China rather than the original shipyard in Belfast, Ireland after a financial fight delayed the project. It will also have nearly the exact same number of passengers. I...

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