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A fire at a MI motel has killed a woman and five children from the same family, officials said. Investigators believe the cause of the fire was accidental, the Berrien County Sheriff's Office said in a news release Saturday evening. Hotel residents Cassundra Clements, left, and Sarah Sanders comfort one another after a fire at the Cosmo Extended Stay Motel in Sodus Township, Mich ., July 28, 2018.
  • Deadly California wildfire kills 8, destroys over 650 homes

    Deadly California wildfire kills 8, destroys over 650 homes

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    Authorities said they were still looking for seven people after finding nine others who had been reported missing. Two children and their great-grandmother were among the casualties on Saturday. California department of forestry and fire protection (CalFire) chief Ken Pimlott told reporters they were "seeing fire whirls - literally what can be described as a tornado".
  • U.S. moves to defend elections, thwart influence campaigns: Mattis

    U.S. moves to defend elections, thwart influence campaigns: Mattis

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    ABC reported that the Australian government is divided over whether they think Trump is ready to act or whether his Twitter threats to Iran were bluster. Washington aims to force Tehran to end its nuclear programme and its support of militant groups in the Middle East, where Iran is involved in proxy wars from Yemen to Syria.
  • 'MDC is broke' Chamisa reveals party financial woes

    'MDC is broke' Chamisa reveals party financial woes

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    Dressed in a black suit with a maroon tie, Mr Mugabe told journalists who had gathered at his blue roof mansion in Harare on Sunday afternoon, that the current ZANU PF leadership tormented him and is continuing to do so, pointing at a possibility of voting for young politician, Nelson Chamisa of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).
  • US Diplomats, Taliban Agree to Hold More Meetings After 'Very Positive Signals'

    US Diplomats, Taliban Agree to Hold More Meetings After 'Very Positive Signals'

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    This week's meeting with Alice Wells, the US's top diplomat for South Asia, was an attempt to jump-start talks on ending Washington's longest military engagement, a senior Taliban official said. In a reversal of a long-standing policy, USA diplomats held face-to-face talks with Taliban representatives in Qatar a week ago without Afghan government officials present, two senior Taliban officials said Saturday.
  • New Orleans Police investigating shooting that left 3 people dead, 7 injured

    New Orleans Police investigating shooting that left 3 people dead, 7 injured

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    Police chief Michael Harrison, speaking to reporters late Saturday in televised comments, said the two suspects believed to be wearing hoodies had a rifle and a handgun. Several people were being treated at the scene. "There is no place in New Orleans for this kind of violence", said Mayor LaToya Cantrell in a tersely-worded statement.
  • US economy grew at a brisk 4.1 percent rate last quarter

    US economy grew at a brisk 4.1 percent rate last quarter

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    The economy's second-quarter boom is widely attributed to the lagged impact of $US1.5 trillion worth of corporate and individual tax cuts enacted by Republicans and signed into law by the President in December, with tax refunds and some wage increases and one-time bonuses bolstering consumers' pocketbooks.
  • Malaysia Airlines plane could have been hijacked

    Malaysia Airlines plane could have been hijacked

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    Transport Minister Anthony Loke insisted Monday that "the aspiration to locate MH370 has not been abandoned and we remain ever-hopeful that we will be able to find the answers we seek when the credible evidence becomes available". Kok said the team looked into the pilot and first officer's background. Malaysia had signed a "no find, no fee" deal with Ocean Infinity to resume the hunt for the plane after the official search led by Australia, Malaysia and China was called off early ...
  • Juan Williams: What does Putin have on Trump?

    Juan Williams: What does Putin have on Trump?

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    Trump provoked a furious backlash in Washington for casting doubt over USA intelligence agencies' conclusion that Russian Federation intervened to help get him elected in 2016, at his July 16 summit with Putin in Helsinski. "I am ready for this". "Hopefully, President Putin will have the 12 identified Russians come to the United States to prove their innocence or guilt".
  • Israel navy intercepts activist boat trying to break Gaza blockade

    Israel navy intercepts activist boat trying to break Gaza blockade

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    Israeli troops shot dead two Palestinians during Friday protests at the Gaza-Israel fence, the health ministry said in a statement. Two boats remained behind after a recent stop in Palermo. United Nations officials and rights activists have called for the blockade to be lifted, citing deteriorating humanitarian conditions in the Palestinian enclave of two million people run by Islamist movement Hamas.
  • Rudy Giuliani Says Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen's Credibility Is 'Destroyed'

    Rudy Giuliani Says Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen's Credibility Is 'Destroyed'

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    The tapes were seized by the FBI as part of an investigation into Mr Cohen over possible campaign finance violations. The conversation between Cohen and Trump , which Cohen recorded secretly, took place during the presidential campaign. Cohen has told people that Trump approved going ahead with the meeting with the Russians. The criticism of a man who was once Trump's fierce defender reflects the tensions wrought by the federal investigations in NY and Washington .
  • Assam register: Four million people risk losing citizenship in India

    Assam register: Four million people risk losing citizenship in India

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    In 1983, more than 2,000 suspected Muslim migrants were massacred by a mob in the village of Nellie. The NRC in Assam is being updated in view of the burning problem of illegal migration from Bangladesh so that it becomes easier to differentiate between genuine Indian citizens and illegal migrants who had sneaked into the state after March 24, 1971 which is the cut-off date mentioned in Assam Cord for detection of illegal migrants.
  • Powerful 6.4 Magnitude Quake Hits Indonesia's Lombok, 10 Killed, Houses Damaged

    Powerful 6.4 Magnitude Quake Hits Indonesia's Lombok, 10 Killed, Houses Damaged

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    About 820 trekkers, including 617 foreigners, were said to have been on Mount Rinjani during the quake. Mr Nugroho said the natural disaster also triggered a large landslide from Mount Rinjani, a popular trekking destination. Indonesian and foreign climbers are seen after walking down from Rinjani Mountain at Sembalun village in Lombok Timur, Indonesia, July 29, 2018. "People in East Lombok and Mataram felt the strong quake for 10 seconds, residents were panicking and running outside ...
  • Woman, her two great-grandchildren found dead in California fire

    Woman, her two great-grandchildren found dead in California fire

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    Follow Business Insider's coverage of the Carr Fire here . The Carr fire, which doubled in size overnight on Friday, was only 5% contained by Sunday morning. "We don't want to give the impression that all these people have suffered some kind of grave circumstances", Cogle said. As of Sunday, evacuation orders were lifted for Idyllwild and Pine Cove.
  • Polar bear killed after attack on Arctic cruise ship guard

    Polar bear killed after attack on Arctic cruise ship guard

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    Then a polar bear unexpectedly attacked one of the guards, a spokesperson for the ship operator Hapag-Lloyd Cruises told The Associated Press , and "in an act of self defense " another guard shot the polar bear . Bear watchers , as they're called on the cruise line's website, are armed and accompany nature guides when they take passengers on tours off the ship.
  • Tucker Carlson defends Infowars’ Alex Jones after Facebook suspension

    Tucker Carlson defends Infowars’ Alex Jones after Facebook suspension

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    In other words, other InfoWars admins can keep posting on pages within "The Alex Jones Channel" unless they, too, break Facebook's rules. Several Facebook pages tied to Alex Jones , including the official pages for Infowars and Alex Jones himself, are close to being removed from the platform for violating its community standards multiple times, a Facebook spokesperson told CNBC.
  • Mugabe says he will not vote for successor Mnangagwa

    Mugabe says he will not vote for successor Mnangagwa

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    He said that he now wished the leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), Nelson Chamisa , well in Monday's vote. About 5.5 million people are registered to vote in the nation anxious for change after decades of economic paralysis and the almost four-decade rule of the 94-year-old Mugabe.
  • Extraordinary drug dog worries Colombian cartel

    Extraordinary drug dog worries Colombian cartel

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    The Urabeños mafia has put a bounty of 200 million pesos ($70,000) on her head, according to Colombian police , so the dog had to be moved to Bogota's El Dorado airport over fears for her safety. Investigators uncovered the threat against Sombra through an intercepted phone call. The anti-narcotic police tweeted that "in the last three years she became a torment of 'Otoniel , '" an alias for Dairo Antonio Úsuga, the leader of the Urabeños.
  • 'There is no room for Grace Mugabe in my cabinet' says Chamisa

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    On the eve of Zimbabwe's first elections without him , Robert Mugabe , now 94 and in diminishing health, held an extraordinary off-the-cuff press conference at his palatial residence Sunday, renouncing the political party he helped found, and all but announcing that he would vote for the opposition party he spent years suppressing.
  • Trump and son at legal risk if found lying about Russia meeting

    Trump and son at legal risk if found lying about Russia meeting

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    The president has said he became aware of it in only in 2017, after it was first reported by The New York Times . If true, Cohen's reported claim that Trump knew about the meeting-which was also attended by Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and former campaign manager Paul Manafort-could spell trouble for both the president and Don Jr., who may have lied to Congress about his father's knowledge of the 2016 meeting.
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Makes Republicans Go INSANE

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Makes Republicans Go INSANE

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    Another New York Democrat, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, did not meet with Ocasio-Cortez, but said he was not concerned that her brand of politics could drag down Democrats in less liberal states. CRTV's Allie Beth Stuckey had a little fun at Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's expense - and the Left does not like it. The network, which has verified accounts on Facebook and Twitter , had initially given viewers no way of knowing that they were not watching an embarrassing ...
  • Greek forest fire survivor tells of dramatic flight, rescue

    Greek forest fire survivor tells of dramatic flight, rescue

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    More than 300 firefighters, five aircraft and two helicopters have been mobilised to tackle the "extremely difficult" situation due to those strong winds, Athens fire chief Achille Tzouvaras said in a press statement. Italy, Germany, Poland and France have all sent help in the form of planes, vehicles and firefighters, while Spain and Cyprus have also offered assistance.
  • Australia stole our flag, claims stand-in New Zealand leader Winston Peters

    Australia stole our flag, claims stand-in New Zealand leader Winston Peters

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    We had a flag that we've had for a long time, copied by Australia , and they should actually change their flag and honour the fact that we got there first with this design, being decided by a Prime Minister and his legacy. But in 2016, after a finalist for a new flag had been selected, nearly 57 percent of Kiwis opted to keep their old flag. In February, Australia disclosed it had cancelled almost 1,300 visas, more than half of which were held by New Zealanders.
  • Red skies: 'Blood moon' and bright Mars on the rise

    Red skies: 'Blood moon' and bright Mars on the rise

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    The first part of lunar eclipse is expected to start at around 11:44 PM IST on July 27. That means it will be shining bright , with the best visibility around midnight. Those in Australia's west, where alarms were set from 2am, got to see the end of the eclipse's totality, he said. Whatever your favored explanation, it's happening this month and it'll last for a whopping 1 hour and 43 minutes.