• North Korea holds military parade without showing ICBMs

    North Korea holds military parade without showing ICBMs

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    So proud, in fact, that the commander in chief touted improved relations between both nations. Fireworks explode during the Mass Games at May Day stadium marking the 70th anniversary of North Korea's foundation in Pyongyang, North Korea, September 9, 2018 .
  • Dallas cop who killed man at home should be charged: Lawyer

    Dallas cop who killed man at home should be charged: Lawyer

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    His uncle, Ignatius Jean, said the entire family was shocked when they heard the news of Jean's death. The officer's name has also been circulating throughout social media since at least Friday. He says he spoke Saturday with Gov. Greg Abbott, who promised that the Rangers will ensure "justice will be served". "Based on that interview, they asked us to hold off on the warrant until they had an opportunity to investigate some of the information that was provided during that interview", said ...
  • Mike Pence and Mike Pompeo deny writing explosive op-ed attacking Trump

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    The author of the piece wrote valiantly of being a part of the " resistance " working towards circumventing some of Trump's most threating actions "from within". The 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution spells out measures that can be taken to remove a sitting president. The press secretary accused the writer of "not putting country first, but putting himself and his ego ahead of the will of the American people".
  • Obama Slams Donald Trump Publicly For First Time

    Obama Slams Donald Trump Publicly For First Time

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    Former US President Barack Obama participates in a political rally for California Democratic candidates during a event in Anaheim, California, US Saturday. "In 2016, voters rejected president Obama's policies and his dismissiveness towards half the country", Republican National Committee spokesman Michael Ahrens said in response to Mr Obama's speech.
  • Tropical storm Florence to turn into hurricane, heads towards US East Coast

    Tropical storm Florence to turn into hurricane, heads towards US East Coast

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    Warm waters of 83 to 85 degrees and low shear in the path of Florence is all but tailor-made for the latest intensity forecast from the National Hurricane Center to come true. Cooper's declaration temporarily waives the cap on maximum hours of service restrictions for trucks and heavy vehicles traveling in and through North Carolina , the release said.
  • Paraguay and Israel in spat over Jerusalem embassy

    Paraguay and Israel in spat over Jerusalem embassy

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    Paraguay's decision came as a major blow to Netanyahu's drive for worldwide recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital; Paraguay was one of two countries to move its embassy following the United States decision to recognize the city as Israel's capital and move its own embassy in May.
  • Japan instructs Hokkaido Electric to restart fossil fuel-fired plants

    Japan instructs Hokkaido Electric to restart fossil fuel-fired plants

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    The collapsed remains of what appeared to be houses or barns were strewn about. The trade and industry ministry told the utility to restart the coal-fired Tomato-Atsuma power plant within a few hours, Trade Minister Hiroshige Seko said. Farming, tourism and other services are big economic drivers on Hokkaido, which accounts for just 3.6 percent of Japan's GDP, but there is some industry.
  • EAC falls in disarray, as Dr Imran Rasul resigns from his post

    EAC falls in disarray, as Dr Imran Rasul resigns from his post

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    Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. He concluded it by saying: "I wish the government and EAC luck in their future work, and remain willing to offer non-partisan, evidence based advice that can help improve economic policy making in the country".
  • Women and children among five people found dead in Perth home

    Women and children among five people found dead in Perth home

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    Police have blocked off traffic around the scene of the incident and have a heavy presence there, with forensic officers among those on site. In a statement, WA Police said the man walked into a regional police station and "provided some information" which led police to attend the Coode Street home.
  • Paraguay moves its Israel embassy out of Jerusalem after four months

    Paraguay moves its Israel embassy out of Jerusalem after four months

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    Abdo took office last month and belongs to the same conservative party as his predecessor Horacio Cartes, who inaugurated Paraguay's new embassy in Jerusalem in May. Mr Trump had unveiled the new U.S. stance in December 2017, declaring that he recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel . "Paraguay is a country of principles", he said.
  • Flood warnings as heavy rain expected over much of Missouri

    Flood warnings as heavy rain expected over much of Missouri

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    A Flash Flood Watch is in posted for the St. Louis area Friday into early Sunday morning. Although a few storms could be strong, severe weather is not expected at this time. Heavy downpours could trigger flash flooding, so a Flash Flood Watch is in effect through Sunday afternoon for most of south-central Texas. The total rainfall forecast for the next couple days is 4 to 6 inches in the western part of Centre County and 3 to 4 inches in the eastern part.
  • Russia Says Names Of Novichok Poison Suspects Means

    Russia Says Names Of Novichok Poison Suspects Means "Nothing" To Them

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    Later, she told the state news agency Interfax that the ministry demanded that the British supply Russian Federation with the fingerprints of the two men accused of the attempted murder of the Skripals. The UK was not asking Moscow to extradite the men because Russian law forbids the extradition of its citizens, CPS Director of Legal Services Sue Hemming said in a statement on Wednesday .
  • Trump poised to tax an additional $200B in Chinese imports

    Trump poised to tax an additional $200B in Chinese imports

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    But Trump's latest threat, which could take effect as early as Thursday, would amplify the commercial battle fourfold. In light of such a USA agenda, China should "maintain strategic determination" and "take care of our own matters", Long Guoqiang, vice president of the State Council's Development Research Center, wrote in the People's Daily.
  • NY subpoenas every Catholic diocese in state

    NY subpoenas every Catholic diocese in state

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    Zwilling added the district attorneys would share allegations of abuse with the archdiocese in cases in which the state can't bring charges, so the church could conduct its own investigations and remove anyone "who has a credible and substantiated allegation of abuse".
  • Indian youth among 3 killed in U.S. bank shooting

    Indian youth among 3 killed in U.S. bank shooting

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    Police swarmed his apartment in North Bend, Ohio, about 15 miles (24 kilometers) away. The gun experienced a misfeed and jammed at one point, but Isaac said it was unclear when that occurred. Relatives said the parents were in a state of shock. He did not hear the shots, he said, but he saw emergency responders wheeling out victims on stretchers.
  • Trump has '4 or 5' suspects who may be op-ed writer

    Trump has '4 or 5' suspects who may be op-ed writer

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    Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway told CNN in an interview that Trump believes it's "somebody in national security" and said she doesn't think it is a White House official. Kimmel opened his show on Wednesday night by reading an excerpt from the op-ed, remarking: "That is something". Mike Pence, the vice-president, and Mike Pompeo , the secretary of state, were among those to issue denials as Mr Trump railed against the "deep state" and as supporters spoke of an "administrative coup".
  • #PlaidShirtGuy at President Trump's rally in Billings goes viral

    #PlaidShirtGuy at President Trump's rally in Billings goes viral

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    Now, the true identity of Plaid Shirt Guy has been revealed to be Tyler Linfesty , a 17-year-old high school student who had won VIP tickets to meet Trump and stand right behind the president on TV. "She just said to me, 'I'm going to replace you'". Linfesty said he knew why he was removed from the rally, though he claimed he was never given a reason as to why he was told to leave.
  • Win or lose, Kavanaugh confirmation fight defines Democrats

    Win or lose, Kavanaugh confirmation fight defines Democrats

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    Under questioning by senators, Kavanaugh, the conservative federal appeals court judge selected by Trump for a lifetime post on the high court, also stressed the authority of the judiciary to check the power of the presidency. And John Dean , Richard Nixon's White House counsel who cooperated with prosecutors during the Watergate investigation, said the high court with Kavanaugh on it would be "the most presidential powers-friendly court in the modern era".
  • Egypt court sends 75 to death, 47 to life over 2013 protest

    Egypt court sends 75 to death, 47 to life over 2013 protest

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    The trails and death sentences have consistently drawn scathing criticism from rights groups at home and overseas, which have branded the process as a mockery of justice . RSF ranks Egypt 161st out of 180 countries on its press freedom index and says that at least 31 journalists are now detained in the Arab world's most populous nation.
  • U.S. lacks leverage as assault on Syrian enclave looms

    U.S. lacks leverage as assault on Syrian enclave looms

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    Turkey's president appealed instead for a ceasefire. Jeffrey, also a member of the Council of Foreign Relations, went on to state that rebels in the Idlib province, where the Syrian army is expected to launch a major offensive in the coming weeks, were "not terrorists, but people fighting a civil war against a brutal dictator".