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US Military Being Mobilized, 'TURN AROUND' Now — TRUMP TO CARAVAN

According to the Defense Department, the troops will come from North and South Carolina, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Georgia, Texas , Washington , Kentucky and Kansas. The second, smaller US -boun...

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With Merkel Stepping Down, Merz Announces Bid to Lead CDU

With Merkel Stepping Down, Merz Announces Bid to Lead CDU

In his first news conference since announcing his candidacy, the 62-year-old businessman and lawyer promised renewal for a party that has tacked resolutely towards the centre over Merkel's 18 year...

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Austria says it won't sign United Nations global migration pact

Austria says it won't sign United Nations global migration pact

In a statement, he said: "We view some points of the migration pact very critically, such as the mixing up of seeking protection with labour migration". Trump prefers to act unilaterally and has withd...

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Russian carrier struck by falling dock crane

Russian carrier struck by falling dock crane

The aircraft carrier had been exiting the dock when the incident occurred, state media TASS said , and the vessel is sheltering at the 35th Ship Repair Plant. This publication reports the BBC, citin...

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Indonesia military chief believes fuselage of crashed plane located

Indonesia military chief believes fuselage of crashed plane located

Indonesia's Transport Ministry has ordered a review of all low-priced airlines in the country and suspended staff linked to the Lion Air flight that crashed on Monday killing the 189 people aboard. ...

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Oprah Winfrey to campaign for Stacey Abrams in Georgia

Oprah Winfrey to campaign for Stacey Abrams in Georgia

The appearance by Winfrey, among the world's wealthiest and most famous black women, is a significant coup for Abrams , who needs to maximize her support from nonwhite voters but also from liberal wh...

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United States warns Turkey against attacking SDF

United States warns Turkey against attacking SDF

There are about 2,000 US Special Forces in Syria advising the SDF, as well as several hundred French troops. The SDF said Wednesday that it had the right to defend itself, and "as a result, a Turk...

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Ecuador judge rules against Assange over embassy changes

Ecuador judge rules against Assange over embassy changes

During this conference, Assange claimed that Ecuador plans to end his asylum at their embassy and turn him over to American authorities for extradition and prosecution. Mr Assange's lawyer in Ecuador,...

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Twitter looking to remove 'like' button to improve debate

Twitter looking to remove 'like' button to improve debate

A Twitter spokesman said in a Telegraph interview that the company is "experimenting and considering numerous possible changes , all with an eye toward ensuring we're incentivising the right be...

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Gazan group vows response to Israel’s killing of 3 kids

Gazan group vows response to Israel’s killing of 3 kids

Ashraf al-Qedra, Health Ministry spokesman in Gaza, said that Mohamed Abu Obada, 27 years old, was shot dead in the anti-Israel weekly protests in northwestern Gaza Strip , close to the border with...

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Thousands feel 6.1-magnitude quake in New Zealand

Thousands feel 6.1-magnitude quake in New Zealand

The quake was centred over 250 km away in Tongariro National Park, east of New Plymouth on the country's North Island. No casualties or damages recorded from the quake. He also urged Kiwis to "check...

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China reverses ban on use of rhino and tiger parts in medicine

China reverses ban on use of rhino and tiger parts in medicine

WWF called on China to maintain the bans on trade in tiger bone and rhino horn , and contended that the ban should be expanded to cover trade in all tiger parts and products. The number of rhinos i...

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South Korean court to rule on war survivors' claim against Japanese firm

South Korean court to rule on war survivors' claim against Japanese firm

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe criticised the South Korean ruling, saying it was "impossible" under worldwide law and that the issue had been "completely and finally settled" by the 1965 treaty. "...

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Trump Aims to End Birthright Citizenship

Trump Aims to End Birthright Citizenship

Trump did not back down Wednesday from his controversial proposal to upend the very concept of American citizenship. Trump ruffled several feathers when he announced that he wanted to issue an execu...

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Pittsburgh synagogue massacre suspect indicted on 44 charges

Pittsburgh synagogue massacre suspect indicted on 44 charges

Trump's visit comes on the same day as funerals began for the first of the 11 dead. Trump also met with police officers wounded by gunfire in a shootout as they apprehended Bowers and spent an hour...

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Turkey says Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was strangled

Turkey says Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was strangled

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday demanded that Saudi Arabia reveal the location of Khashoggi's body and hand over 18 suspects . Boris Johnson accepted a £14,000 trip to Saudi Arabi...

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German nurse serial killer on trial over 100 deaths

German nurse serial killer on trial over 100 deaths

It follows years of toxicology tests on 130 sets of exhumed remains. His mass murder went unnoticed for years, partially because numerous patients he treated were already critically ill and because ...

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Georgia ordered to rein in rejecting absentee ballots

Georgia ordered to rein in rejecting absentee ballots

The issue had prompted a fiery outcry from Abrams, who accused Kemp, also her Republican opponent, of trying to suppress the minority vote. The two have fought for years over voting rights and ballot ...

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle name kiwi birds on royal tour

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle name kiwi birds on royal tour

Meghan Markle reacted with shock and excitement when she spotted an old friend in the crowd during her New Zealand tour. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived to Rotorua, a town set on Lake Ro...

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Mother, son reunited after 31 years to speak at Toronto police headquarters

Mother, son reunited after 31 years to speak at Toronto police headquarters

CT U.S. Attorney John Durham says the suspect is alleged to have "lived a lie for the last 31 years". "Be patient, be strong, and believe that all things are possible". ET news conference. "I have e...

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Aasia Bibi Won’t be Executed, Pakistan SC Rules in Blasphemy Case

Internationally, Bibi's case has generated outrage. "Will they let me out, really?" A three-member panel of the Supreme Court of Pakistan consisting of Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, Justice Asif S...

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UAE VP lauds 1st locally made satellite launched from Japan

UAE VP lauds 1st locally made satellite launched from Japan

The Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai , His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, expressed his pride in the successful launch of the KhalifaSat to its orbit. ...

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Asia Bibi verdict: Pakistan court overturns blasphemy death sentence

Asia Bibi verdict: Pakistan court overturns blasphemy death sentence

At the time, Asia Bibi said the case was a matter of women who didn't like her "taking revenge". Human rights activists have been working around the clock for the last several years to appeal the ...

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Paul Ryan shoots down Trump's birthright citizenship plans

Paul Ryan shoots down Trump's birthright citizenship plans

Changing an amendment in the Constitution would require the support of two-thirds of the US House of Representatives and the Senate as well as the backing of three-quarters of US state legislature...

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Pakistan supreme court restores ban on Indian content on TV channels

Pakistan supreme court restores ban on Indian content on TV channels

With this, the apex court overturned the 2017 order by the Lahore High Court. Chief Justice questioned, "Someone is trying to create hindrance in constructing dams into Pakistan , choking our w...

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Chinese Company's First Attempt To Launch Private Rocket Fails

Chinese Company's First Attempt To Launch Private Rocket Fails

The launch was carried out the day before from the cosmodrome Jiuquan in Gansu province. Chinese company's first attempt to launch private rocket fails. The ZQ-1 was the first three-stage rocket b...

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PM To Unveil Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's Statue Of Unity Today: 10 Points

PM To Unveil Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's Statue Of Unity Today: 10 Points

According to PTI, the letter has been written by headmen of almost 22 villages situated near the Sardar Sarovar Dam in which they also announced to boycott the event citing widespread destruction of n...

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Young couple died in Yosemite fall 'while taking selfie'

Young couple died in Yosemite fall 'while taking selfie'

Vishnu's brother Jishnu Viswanath told the Associated Press in India that the two apparently fell while taking a selfie after setting up their tripod near the ledge on Tuesday evening. In 2015, an...

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Crash at IN school bus stop kills three children

Crash at IN school bus stop kills three children

CBS affiliate WSBT is reporting the driver, Alyssa Shepherd, is charged with three counts of reckless homicide and a school bus violation following the deadly crash. Detectives were interviewing wit...

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Netanyahu sends message of solidarity to Pittsburgh's Jewish community after synagogue massacre

Netanyahu sends message of solidarity to Pittsburgh's Jewish community after synagogue massacre

The counts include with 11 counts of obstruction of exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death, as well as 11 counts of use of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of vio...

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