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Thursday's move comes as thousands of Central American migrants are crossing Mexico toward the United States in a slow-moving caravan. "The United States also has a message for those who are now part of this caravan or any caravan which follows: You will not be successful at getting into the United States illegally no matter what", Pompeo said at a briefing with reporters at the State Department.
  • Trump’s iPhone could be a threat to national security

    Trump’s iPhone could be a threat to national security

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    Beijing has dismissed a United States newspaper report alleging Chinese intelligence eavesdropped on Donald Trump's calls and suggested the U.S. president should switch to a Chinese phone. Mr Trump dismissed the report. The newspaper cited anonymous officials who said China and Russian Federation had listened in to Trump's frequent phone calls with friends and allies made over his iPhone, using the information gleaned to shape interactions with the US.
  • Japanese Journalist Freed from Captivity in Syria

    Japanese Journalist Freed from Captivity in Syria

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    Embassy officials visited Yasuda at an immigration centre in Antakya in Turkey , and he is expected to return to Japan soon, after health checks. But the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based group monitoring the civil war, has said based on information from "reliable sources" that the deal to hand over Yasuda was carried out under a "Qatari-Turkish sponsorship, amid information about paying a ransom".
  • Trump accuses Saudis of 'lies' over Khashoggi killing

    Trump accuses Saudis of 'lies' over Khashoggi killing

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    Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said the Saudi version of events changes "with each passing day, so we should not assume their latest story holds water". Saudi authorities at the beginning denied any involvement in the The Washington Post columnist's disappearance for two weeks. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that Ankara would reveal the full truth surrounding his death on Tuesday, after his country previously stated that the journalist ...
  • PM Scott Morrison formally apologizes to Australian child sex abuse victims

    PM Scott Morrison formally apologizes to Australian child sex abuse victims

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    The reality of the situation was that those children were put to work on Christian Brothers' building projects, some never even learning to read or write in English. The child abuse royal commission heard from 17,000 survivors and made 122 recommendations to the government. The 57-year-old Sydneysider is set to join hundreds of child abuse survivors in Canberra on Monday to witness the National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.
  • Worried about iPhone eavesdroppers? China says Trump may need a Huawei

    Worried about iPhone eavesdroppers? China says Trump may need a Huawei

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    Anonymous White House officials said they were disclosing the president's cell phone habits because they have become increasingly frustrated with his lackadaisical tendencies regarding electronic security. President Donald Trump speaking to reporters at the White House. They said the Chinese have determined a list of contacts with whom the president speaks most frequently.
  • Two girls planned to kill classmates, drink blood

    Two girls planned to kill classmates, drink blood

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    The girls, aged 11 and 12, planned to wait in the toilets for victims so they could slit their throats, cut up their bodies, eat the flesh and drink their blood, according to am arrest affidavits. The girls were taken into custody and further investigation of the girls' homes turned up a hand-drawn map of Bartow Middle School with the words, "Go to kill in bathroom", written on it.
  • Suspicious package sent to Rep. Wasserman Schultz’s Aventura office deemed safe

    Suspicious package sent to Rep. Wasserman Schultz’s Aventura office deemed safe

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    In a separate incident, the Time Warner Center in NY, which houses the CNN newsroom, was evacuated due to a mail bomb addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan . Her office, at 777 Sawgrass Corporate Pkwy, has been evacuated. "We will not rest until we stop these hazardous devices from being mailed and bring the individual or individuals to justice", said Bryan Paarmann, an Federal Bureau of Investigation counterterrorism official.
  • It's Election Day in Ottawa

    It's Election Day in Ottawa

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    By the time you read this, early voting will have begun in all Wisconsin municipalities. Lawyers for state and county election officials had argued that procedural changes implemented with absentee voting already underway would be disruptive and could threaten the integrity of the process.
  • Gunman opens fire at supermarket, 2 dead

    Gunman opens fire at supermarket, 2 dead

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    A suspect was taken into custody after the incident, cops said. One witness told WAVE 3 News that the shooter at one point said "white don't kill whites". "'And she said, 'There's someone shooting up here". King said his wife said she heard popping noises, then someone ran around a corner and said, "Oh my God, he's killed her".
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    AM "Coup" That Left CBI Chief, Deputy Without Offices, Drivers

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    The petition states that the CBI director is appointed by a High Powered Committee comprising the Prime Minister, Leader of Opposition and the Chief Justice of India as per Section 4A of the DPSE Act. Delhi HC has also clarified that this does not qualify as a stay on the probe into the claims. Verma said that not all influence that is exerted by the political government would be found explicitly or in writing.
  • Microplastics Found in Human Stool

    Microplastics Found in Human Stool

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    Tiny plastic particles have been discovered in human waste for the first time, according to research that the Medical University of Vienna and Austria's Federal Environment Agency presented on Tuesday... Microplastics to wind up in food through plastic packaging, or could enter the food chain by being eaten by sea life, he said. Whether microplastics pose a health risk to humans is largely unknown.
  • Obama goes up against Trump in fight for Nevada Senate seat

    Obama goes up against Trump in fight for Nevada Senate seat

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    Its clearly common sense when Obama says we need to enforce our laws of immigration and border security, but when President Trump says the same thing, its offensive and mean-spirited. Obama rallied with guests J Balvin, Salt-N-Pepa featuring DJ Spinderella, DJ D-Miles and actress America Ferrera at a packed Cox Pavilion. Obama also spoke about the growing economy and claimed credit for getting it moving it in the right direction.
  • Khashoggi: What will Trump do?

    Khashoggi: What will Trump do?

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    Meanwhile Corker is hoping that Turkey turns over the purported tapes of Khashoggi being murdered that their government previously said they had. While it fired officials close to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , Saudi Arabia stopped short of implicating the heir-apparent of the world's largest oil exporter.
  • Canada shaken by four powerful quakes

    Canada shaken by four powerful quakes

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    Port Hardy is located on the northeastern end of Vancouver Island. Three powerful earthquakes hit the Canadian coastline off British Columbia on October 21, 2018. Two people died in the quake , which also caused severe damage in the area. Professor Bill McGuire, Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at University College London explained to Express.co.uk why the Ring of Fire is so risky.
  • Evacuations Continue in Mexico Due to Hurricane Willa Floods

    Evacuations Continue in Mexico Due to Hurricane Willa Floods

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    Mexico braced Tuesday for the impact of Hurricane Willa as the Category 3 storm barreled toward its Pacific Coast with what forecasters warned would be potentially deadly force. The storm also battered the Islas Marias, a group of Mexican islands about 100km off the mainland that include a nature preserve and a federal prison.
  • Bombs sent in mail to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton

    Bombs sent in mail to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton

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    Bedford police say they received a call about 3:45 p.m. Monday reporting a suspicious package. Federal and local investigators are investigating the explosive device which was discovered in Chappaqua, New York, the main residence of Bill and Hillary.
  • China-built Titanic II 'to set sail in 2022'

    China-built Titanic II 'to set sail in 2022'

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    The Australian businessman and politician Clive Palmer has thrown his support behind a project aimed at resurrecting the glory and the glamor of the famous Titanic ocean liner. There is no word on how much tickets will cost , though you can expect to spend at least an arm and a leg (but hopefully not your life) for admission.
  • Saudi arrests in Khashoggi death a 'good first step'

    Saudi arrests in Khashoggi death a 'good first step'

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    Mnuchin said he had no reason to believe Saudi Arabia would renege on commitments to make up for any shortfall in global oil supplies as Iranian oil exports are cut under the sanctions. Canada has condemned the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia's consulate in Turkey . The White House said in a statement that it had seen the Saudi announcement and would continue to press for "justice that is timely, transparent, and in accordance with all due process".
  • Vintage Plane Crashes Onto 101 Freeway In Agoura Hills

    Vintage Plane Crashes Onto 101 Freeway In Agoura Hills

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    U.S. motorists got a shock when a vintage plane painted with the insignia of Hitler's air force crash-landed in the middle of a highway in southern California . An aviation source provided KTLA with the suspected tail number of the aircraft, which matched the Federal Aviation Administration record for a fixed-wing single-engine plane registered to Condor Squadron , a Van Nuys-based group that flies restored World War II-era aircraft.
  • Utah Utes track athlete Lauren McCluskey shot and killed

    Utah Utes track athlete Lauren McCluskey shot and killed

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    Lauren McCluskey , a 21-year-old track athlete and University of Utah student , was abducted from outside her Salt Lake City dorm on Monday night, and was found dead a short time later in a parked vehicle on campus. University officials sent out several notices throughout the night, declaring a lockdown of the campus and urging students to shelter in place and keep doors locked for their safety, while police searched the entire campus with canines, fearing that the shooter was still in ...
  • Turkey widens Jamal Khashoggi probe

    Turkey widens Jamal Khashoggi probe

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    His withdrawal marked the first formal rebuke of the kingdom by the US over the Khashoggi case, in contrast to Mr. Trump's recent comments praising Saudi Arabia as a key ally in countering Iran - and ordering American-made weapons. Mr Le Maire said the disappearance of Mr Khashoggi is "serious" and facts about it need to be explained by Saudi authorities. We must take this moment as an opportunity to reset the U.S.
  • NY Times: Stacey Abrams Burned Georgia's Flag in 1992 Protest

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    If elected, Ms. Abrams , 44, would become the first black female governor in the nation. So to make tonight's Atlanta Press Club gubernatorial debate between Democrat Stacey Abrams, Republican Brian Kemp, and Libertarian Ted Metz a little more exciting, we created a pair of bingo cards featuring some words and phrases that might come up during the debate.
  • Titanic II will set sail in 2022-and people are already nervous

    Titanic II will set sail in 2022-and people are already nervous

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    The launch date for the ship had now been moved from 2018 to 2022, meaning she will be launched exactly 110 years after the original RMS Titanic, Cruise Arabia & Africa reports . The new ship will also carry 2,400 passengers and 900 crew - almost the same as the original. It will also be equipped with modern navigation and safety technology, including lifeboats.