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Will tax cars if we can't make a deal!". "Discussions appear to have taken on a surprising urgency of late, with the USA focused on ironing out its differences with Mexico , while apparently freezing Canada out of the talks", ING analysts note.
  • Infowars Tweets Deleted After CNN Cites Examples of Twitter Policy Violations

    Infowars Tweets Deleted After CNN Cites Examples of Twitter Policy Violations

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    When users violate these policies repeatedly, like our policies against hate speech and harassment or our terms prohibiting circumvention of our enforcement measures, we terminate their accounts. It's also possible that InfoWars itself is removing the videos as a way of avoiding a full Twitter suspension. Jones has achieved infamy and financial success for spreading lies, such as that many mass shootings are government hoaxes and Democrats run a global child-sex ring.
  • DC, Charlottesville on edge as white nationalists prepare to rally

    DC, Charlottesville on edge as white nationalists prepare to rally

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    He adds that, "We must come together as a nation". President Trump urges peace for all Americans one year after the deadly incidents in Charlottesville. The mother of Heather Heyer , who died past year when a white nationalist slammed his auto into counter-protesters in Charlottesville, has urged people to stay peaceful as Washington DC readies itself for Unite the Right 2.
  • Judge orders asylum-seeking mother, daughter returned to U.S.

    Judge orders asylum-seeking mother, daughter returned to U.S.

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    Named in the ACLU's lawsuit are Sessions, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Lee Cissna and Executive Office for Immigration Review Director James McHenry. The ACLU said the government had on Wednesday assured the court that no plaintiff in the case would be deported before midnight on Thursday. Earlier this year, the Justice Department made it more hard for immigrants claiming to be victims of domestic or gang violence to get ...
  • Mike Pence says Space Force will be established by 2020

    Mike Pence says Space Force will be established by 2020

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    The White House says that the Space Force will be created by 2020. The Trump administration will ask Congress for funding for the branch in February. " Of course I would join, but I have space spurs, '" Colbert joked, referencing that time Trump got out of the Vietnam War draft in the late 1960s by claiming he had bone spurs.
  • 2nd Unite the Right rally happening in Washington Sunday

    2nd Unite the Right rally happening in Washington Sunday

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    Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.) commemorated Heather Heyer , the woman killed protesting the rally, and two state troopers killed when their helicopter crashed during the law enforcement response to the violence. Kessler filed a lawsuit over the denials but dropped the court challenge in late July, saying he wanted to focus on a rally outside of the White House approved by the National Park Service.
  • Another strong aftershock hits Indonesia's Lombok island

    Another strong aftershock hits Indonesia's Lombok island

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    Indonesia's tourist island of Lombok was struck by a 7-magnitude natural disaster on August 5. The US Geological survey reported a 5.2-magnitude quake just off the coast of Lombok between the tourist town of Senggigi and the Gili Islands on Monday at 11.50pm.
  • California Wildfire Suspect Posted About QAnon, Other Conspiracies

    California Wildfire Suspect Posted About QAnon, Other Conspiracies

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    The forest service said: "We continue to actively engage, but can not get ahead of the fire". Damage: 221 structures have been destroyed, 27 structures have been damaged and another 10,300 structures are threatened. Meanwhile, no one has been killed by the Mendocino Complex Fire , though two firefights have been injured and 119 residences have been burned. Before he was arrested, Clark told a freelance cameraman he was asleep when the fire started and had no idea how it began.
  • Unauthorised take-off of plane near Seattle

    Unauthorised take-off of plane near Seattle

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    Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor estimated that about 12 people live on the island. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement, thanking Air National Guard from Washington and OR for their quick response, and saying, "There are still a lot of unknowns surrounding tonight's tragic incident of a stolen Horizon Airline plane from Sea-Tac Airport".
  • #2018ZimElections: Chamisa files court challenge to election result

    #2018ZimElections: Chamisa files court challenge to election result

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    MDC Alliance lawyers say they want the election results overturned, they say the inauguration must not happen and they say some of the evidence they have are vital poll papers, V11 forms, that show an attempt to tamper with figures. Judges have 14 days to rule on the case, and could declare a victor, call another election, or order a run-off or recount, according to the Veritas legal group.
  • Red alert at Kerala's Idukki reservoir, floods feared in Kochi

    Red alert at Kerala's Idukki reservoir, floods feared in Kochi

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    The Indian Army has launched a major rescue and relief operation in flood-ravaged Kerala where torrential monsoon rains have killed at least 27 people and left thousands homeless due to flooding and landslides. News agency PTI quoted unnamed state officials as saying that a total of 53,501 people were housed in 439 relief camps across the state. Currently, Monsoon surge is active over the state of Kerala as a cyclonic circulation is seen over Southeast Arabian Sea and adjoining ...
  • Whitmer Wins Democratic Primary In Governor's Race

    Whitmer Wins Democratic Primary In Governor's Race

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    Whitmer recieved the majority of party support in defeating Abdul El-Sayed and Shri Thanedar. Ocasio-Cortez was campaigning for Hawaii Democratic congressional candidate Kaniela Ing ahead of this weekend's primary election and argued that Hawaii felt like a "kindred home" because she also comes "from a place of colonized people".
  • Israel and Hamas agree on truce after deadly flare-up, officials say

    Israel and Hamas agree on truce after deadly flare-up, officials say

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    Conricus wouldn't comment on Israeli media reports of troops preparing for a possible ground operation, but said Israel "had ground troops that are ready to deploy". Maariv commentator Ben Caspit wrote that during the security cabinet meeting on Thursday Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman was a lone voice in support of a new war in Gaza .
  • Julian Assange considering offer to appear before US Senate committee

    Julian Assange considering offer to appear before US Senate committee

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    WikiLeaks' legal team said that they " are considering the offer but testimony must conform to a high ethical standard ". "As you are aware, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence is conducting a bipartisan inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 US elections", the letter addressed to Assange says.
  • 'FIRENADO' captured in Derbyshire

    'FIRENADO' captured in Derbyshire

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    THIS is the moment a "firenado", or a fire whirl, climbed more than 50ft in the air as a blaze engulfed a plastics factory in Derbyshire. England isn't the only place spotting the fire whirls as of late: They have also reportedly been spotted among the wildfires in California recently.
  • Devin Nunes Talks About Protecting Trump on Leaked Audio

    Devin Nunes Talks About Protecting Trump on Leaked Audio

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    The audio was first released Wednesday night on MSNBC's " The Rachel Maddow Show ". The group also released a recording of comments the congresswoman made introducing Nunes to the crowd, in which she took swipes at her Democratic opponent for Eastern Washington's seat in Congress, Lisa Brown, and praised Trump's record on job creation.
  • Canadian policy say 4 killed in mass shooting incident in Fredericton

    Canadian policy say 4 killed in mass shooting incident in Fredericton

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    Police in Fredericton, New Brunswick responded to the shooting in a residential neighborhood at around 7am on Friday, taking one suspect into custody after an intensive emergency response. The CBC contacted employees at a nearby Tim Hortons and they said they have locked their doors so customers can't exit or enter. The Winnipeg native, who lives immediately off Brookside, said residents have been advised to stay inside with their doors locked.
  • United States to impose sanctions on Russian Federation over attack on Skripals

    United States to impose sanctions on Russian Federation over attack on Skripals

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    Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova leading a briefing, February 10, 2016. A British government spokesman welcomed Washington's announcement , saying: "The strong global response to the use of a chemical weapon on the streets of Salisbury sends an unequivocal message to Russian Federation that its provocative, reckless behaviour will not go unchallenged".
  • Korea slams United States officials for sanctions

    Korea slams United States officials for sanctions

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    A statement from the nation's Foreign Ministry said that following President Trump's June summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , the North has worked to improve relations between the two countries and "make active contributions to peace, security, and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula and over the world".
  • Missing billions: Ex-Malaysian PM Najib Razak denies money laundering in court

    Missing billions: Ex-Malaysian PM Najib Razak denies money laundering in court

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    Last month Najib pleaded not guilty to abuse of power and three counts of criminal breach of trust , just two months after the allegation led to his stunning election defeat. He has pleaded not guilty to those charges and was released after posting bail, but his passport was held. Najib and his allies are accused of plundering billions of dollars from 1MDB to buy everything from United States real estate to artworks.
  • Students Scramble For Info After Saudi Arabia Pulls Canadian Scholarships

    Students Scramble For Info After Saudi Arabia Pulls Canadian Scholarships

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    Travel to the country will also be affected in light of an announcement from Saudia Airlines on Tuesday that it will suspend flights to and from Canada starting August 13. "We're reaching out ... to identify their circumstances, what their needs are, whether they have families with them", she said. It follows Ottawa's rebuke of Riyadh for the arrest of a number of human rights activists.
  • Thousands left homeless by deadly quake on Indonesian island

    Thousands left homeless by deadly quake on Indonesian island

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    A magnitude 6.4 quake hit Lombok on July 29, killing 16 people. Here's what travellers need to know. At least91people were killed when a 6.9-magnitude natural disaster and strong aftershocks rocked Indonesia's resort islands of Bali and Lombok on Sunday , causing people to rush out of homes, hotels and restaurants.
  • Great White Shark Jumps Out Of Water, Bares Teeth Right Below Researcher

    Great White Shark Jumps Out Of Water, Bares Teeth Right Below Researcher

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    Video of the moment was posted Monday on Facebook and it shows shark expert Dr. Greg Skomal clearly caught off guard as he hung over a pulpit fastened to the bow of the boat. Great white sharks eat 11 tons of food a year while the average human eats closer to half a ton of food each year. "While encounters like this one are rare, this video shows that they're certainly possible", wrote the conservancy while sharing the terrifying video.