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In his first public comments after a landslide victory, he vowed to respect democratic principles. "We couldn't continue to flirt with communism and socialism". "The global community must help preserve Brazil's democratic institutions and stand up for the rights of its citizens by letting Bolsonaro know that there will be consequences if he follows through on his risky and hateful rhetoric".
  • Human remains found in the DMZ

    Human remains found in the DMZ

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    Seoul and Pyongyang originally committed to setting up a joint military committee in the Agreement on Reconciliation, Non-aggression and Exchange and Cooperation between the South and the North signed in December 1991. The two sides reaffirmed their plan to enforce part of the military agreement to halt all hostile acts against each other on land, sea and air from november 1 and apply new procedures for military operations.
  • Man taken into custody in Florida in connection with suspicious packages

    Man taken into custody in Florida in connection with suspicious packages

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    Court documents later established that the van, which was covered with pro-Trump and anti-CNN images, belonged to Sayoc; a former attorney who had represented him told NPR Sayoc has been living in a van for some time. Speaking at the Justice Department Friday morning, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said various agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Secret Service, were "working tirelessly" to investigate the packages.
  • USA official says Putin invited to visit Washington next year

    USA official says Putin invited to visit Washington next year

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    There are no firm agreements yet regarding the possible visit next year, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. Russian president Putin had last visited the White House in September 2005. "I'll tell you, the worst thing that ever happened to Russian Federation is that I won the election, it's the worst", said the American President. He also said that the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty that the U.S.is planning to quit was "a relic of the Cold War".
  • Woman's knife attack on kindergarten children in China

    Woman's knife attack on kindergarten children in China

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    The injured children were all sent to hospitals for treatment. At least 14 preschool children have been injured in southwest China after a woman with a kitchen knife attacked them in the playground. Although the authorities have not said anything about the motive behind the attack, social media reported that the woman had a grievance against the government.
  • Man arrested over United States mail bombings

    Man arrested over United States mail bombings

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    He faces 58 years in federal prison. It was not immediately clear if he had an attorney. The suspect has been identified as Cesar Sayoc , 56. Sayoc was taken into custody on Friday morning outside a vehicle parts store in Plantation, Florida , federal authorities said .
  • Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum targeted by second racist robocall

    Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum targeted by second racist robocall

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    At issue is a text message from a man identified as former lobbyist Adam Corey. "Mike Miller and the crew have tickets for us for Hamilton tonight at 8 p.m.", Corey texted Gillum on August 10, 2016. The FBI also asked for records involving an upscale restaurant located in a city-owned building. Miller, who was posing as a developer interested in working on Tallahassee's south side, is believed to be an undercover FBI agent investigating political corruption in Tallahassee.
  • Jamal Khashoggi's son leaves Saudi Arabia, US praises decision

    Jamal Khashoggi's son leaves Saudi Arabia, US praises decision

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    President Donald Trump and Pompeo as they consider the broader implications of the matter. Mattis' statements, which were contained in as-prepared remarks for the International Institute for Strategic Studies 2018 conference, raised questions as to whether the USA would instead turn to other regional partners, such as Qatar to counter Iran's supply and support for militants in both Syria and Yemen, or whether Mattis was signalling to regional defense leaders that they should still ...
  • Russia accuses US of drone attack on its Syria base

    Russia accuses US of drone attack on its Syria base

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    Poseidon-8 reconnaissance aircraft had been patrolling the Mediterranean for eight hours", he was cited as saying by the state-run TASS news agency . The statement by the Russian Defense Ministry that a drones attack on the Hmeymim airbase in Syria was controlled from a U.S. reconnaissance aircraft are baseless, Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman Sean Ryan told Sputnik on Friday.
  • Cruz Leads O'Rourke in Texas Race

    Cruz Leads O'Rourke in Texas Race

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    Numerous company's ads qualify as relating to " issues of national importance ". Scott Walker (R - WI Governor) and Beto O'Rourke (D - TX Senate) have already posted, and Facebook expects more candidates to jump in shortly. Greg Abbott. Facebook just a few days ago launched a "War Room" at its headquarters in Silicon Valley to go about as an operational hub for the battle against deception and control of the biggest social network by foreign actors attempting to impact elections in the ...
  • Several killed in U.S. shooting near Pittsburgh synagogue

    Several killed in U.S. shooting near Pittsburgh synagogue

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    I am sure I know all of the people, all of the fatalities. President Donald Trump Tweeted a message as he was following the unfolding events in Pittsburgh . "We have been saying "this one is too many" for far too long". In the main part of the building, The Tree of Life has a service that has about 40 people in it.
  • US President Donald Trump calls Khashoggi killing a 'total fiasco'

    US President Donald Trump calls Khashoggi killing a 'total fiasco'

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    It was carried out poorly. But he hardened his stance on Tuesday, saying Saudi officials had engaged in the "worst coverup ever" and that those behind the killing "should be in big trouble". "Are you going to kidnap me?" Bin Salman may attempt to show he is a solid U.S. ally by taking an even harder line against Iran, enemy number one for the Trump administration, or, in a less likely scenario, by enacting liberal reforms, Bahout said.
  • Suspicious packages sent to former Vice President Biden, Robert De Niro

    Suspicious packages sent to former Vice President Biden, Robert De Niro

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    Recovery of the packages to Mr Biden and De Niro came after others were received by prominent Democrats and CNN. The first pipe bomb mailer was detected on Monday at the home of billionaire George Soros . Hillary Clinton was attending campaign events for Democrats in Florida on Tuesday and Wednesday and was not at the home at the time. Police are also investigating a suspicious package sent to a building where the office of Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is ...
  • Killing of Jamal Khashoggi was premeditated, say Saudi prosecutors

    Killing of Jamal Khashoggi was premeditated, say Saudi prosecutors

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    Khashoggi, a columnist with The Washington Post , went missing in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2. Exactly what happened inside the consulate is still unclear. Trump, however, continued to defend U.S. -Saudi economic relations. "It makes them really look sinister and cruel and it's a sign of their total lack of judgement".
  • Rafale jitters: ‘Alok Verma could meet Judge Loya’s fate, SC must intervene’

    Rafale jitters: ‘Alok Verma could meet Judge Loya’s fate, SC must intervene’

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    Soon after, the Centre appointed interim CBI director M Nageswar Rao. A three-judge bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and justices SK Kaul and KM Joseph will examine the legality of midnight decision taken by the government. The court has also issued notices to all the involved parties, including the Department of Personnel and Training, which has administrative control over the CBI.
  • Israel says Syria and Iran behind Gaza rocket attacks

    Israel says Syria and Iran behind Gaza rocket attacks

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    More than 200 people were injured in the clashes, Health officials said; of those, 180 were injured by live ammunition. The Israeli army said some suspects briefly crossed the fence. The sounds of Israeli air strikes were heard all over Gaza, prompting terrified locals to seek shelter. The majority have died during protests, while smaller numbers have been killed by airstrikes and tank fire.
  • Sultan of Oman receives Israel PM 'after prolonged contacts'

    Sultan of Oman receives Israel PM 'after prolonged contacts'

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    Palestinian reports indicated that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas also paid a visit to Oman earlier this week. Netanyahu and Sultan Qaboos issued a joint statement saying the two sides "discussed ways to advance the Middle East peace process and discussed a number of issues of mutual interest to achieve peace and stability in the Middle East".
  • Twitter suspends account that may be tied to suspected mail bomber

    Twitter suspends account that may be tied to suspected mail bomber

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    The Clapper package, as with one sent on Wednesday to former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan , were marked care of CNN , a television network often critical of the administration and long provoking Trump's ire. A federal law enforcement source said charges would likely be brought by federal prosecutors in Manhattan and Sayoc transferred to New York City. "I am floored", Aaronson said.
  • Florida suspect in package bombs traced with fingerprint, DNA

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    In June, he praised Trump in a birthday message saying: "Happy Birthday President Donald J. Trump the greatest result President ever". Court records in Florida listed Sayoc's birthplace as Brooklyn, New York . Authorities have not said whether the van seized in Florida was linked to Sayoc. Officers were later seen examining the van, its windows covered with stickers.
  • California man trying to burn spiders ignites home

    California man trying to burn spiders ignites home

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    Unfortunately, the heat from the flame passed through cracks in the bricks to flammable material, causing damage in the attic and second story of the house, according to Castillo. Capt. Robert Castillo of the Fresno Fire Department told the Times: 'This is definitely not the preferred method to exterminate spiders in and around your home'.
  • Erdogan, Saudi crown prince discuss Khashoggi case on phone

    Erdogan, Saudi crown prince discuss Khashoggi case on phone

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    But, he said, "they will not succeed as long as there is a king named Salman and a crown prince named Mohammed bin Salman". "Do I think he did it? And they should be in big trouble". Haspel traveled to Turkey on Monday, apparently to assess information the Turks have collected on Khashoggi's killing inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.