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Russian intelligence investigating possible CIA mole in Kremlin

Russian intelligence investigating possible CIA mole in Kremlin

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday: 'I can only state that this employee existed, that he was sacked, and that we don't know whether he was a spy or not. Since then he has not...

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‘Maximum Pressure’ Will Never Work on North Korea: China

‘Maximum Pressure’ Will Never Work on North Korea: China

The JCS didn't immediately say whether the weapons were ballistic missiles or rocket artillery. Kim, military leaders and top officials "in the field of national defense science" saw two rounds of t...

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Ex-FBI Deputy Director Faces Prospect of Criminal Charges

Ex-FBI Deputy Director Faces Prospect of Criminal Charges

A USA attorney for Washington D.C. has recommended going forward with criminal charges against former FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe , following a scathing Inspector General's report on his cond...

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Canada: plane forced to make emergency landing after after hitting several geese

Canada: plane forced to make emergency landing after after hitting several geese

The Swoop aircraft's pilot announced an emergency landing would have to be made and the plane returned to Abbotsford Airport. I looked around for a flight attendant and couldn't find one so I just...

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Moscow contacted Washington over alleged Central Intelligence Agency spy

Moscow contacted Washington over alleged Central Intelligence Agency spy

CNN said on Tuesday the informant had helped show that Putin had directed Russian interference into the election to favor Trump. Russian Federation has reached out to Interpol in search of Ole...

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Ex-Cheerleader Brooke Skylar Richardson Cries at Verdict

Ex-Cheerleader Brooke Skylar Richardson Cries at Verdict

Richardson, a former high school cheerleader, was found guilty of abuse of a corpse and was scheduled to be sentenced Friday. The 20-year-old is accused of killing and burying her baby in the backya...

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Google Earth leads to remains of missing Florida man in lake

Google Earth leads to remains of missing Florida man in lake

He didn't appear to be drunk. The 40-year-old Florida man never made it home, and for almost 22 years, his whereabouts remained a mystery. According to a USA database which profiles unsolved m...

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Twitter, the GAP, 143 Other Businesses Press Congress for Gun Control

Twitter, the GAP, 143 Other Businesses Press Congress for Gun Control

Gun control has been a topic of conversation for years and is often most talked about after a tragic shooting. The executives highlighted the recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Oh...

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Indonesia`s Habibie, president during transition to democracy, dies

Indonesia`s Habibie, president during transition to democracy, dies

His unpopular presidency was the shortest in modern Indonesia's history, but was transformative. His time in power was marked by his decision to allow a referendum on independence for the people of ...

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Lovers of Modena skeletons holding hands were both men

Lovers of Modena skeletons holding hands were both men

They were dubbed the "Lovers of Modena" by the global media. "There are now no other examples of this type", Federico Lugli, a researcher at the University of Bologna and the lead author of the Natu...

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Netanyahu denies report that Israel snooped on White House

Netanyahu denies report that Israel snooped on White House

Another official quoted in the report accused the Israelis of being "pretty aggressive" in their intelligence-gathering operations. The report comes at a sensitive time for Netanyahu, who has be...

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Fugitive couple facing murder charges back in custody

Fugitive couple facing murder charges back in custody

A pair of 50-plus-year-old married murder suspects were busted in Arizona on Wednesday night after weeks on the lam since escaping police custody in NY, a report said. They then abandoned the van ...

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Operation Yellowhammer: UK releases 'no-deal' Brexit documents predicting delays at border

Operation Yellowhammer: UK releases 'no-deal' Brexit documents predicting delays at border

Goods and services including vital medical supplies could face significant disruption in crossing the English Channel for up to six months according to "worse case scenario" plans drawn up by the Unit...

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Judgment due in Brexit legal challenge in Northern Ireland

Judgment due in Brexit legal challenge in Northern Ireland

But the judge said: "I consider the characterisation of the subject matter of these proceedings as inherently and unmistakably political to be beyond plausible dispute". The move backfired and embolde...

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Canada's Justin Trudeau calls general election on October 21

Canada's Justin Trudeau calls general election on October 21

Trudeau will do only three of the five debates. In fact, it seemed that it wasn't just Liberal supporters that had the Prime Minister's back on Twitter , but several Conservative voters too. Wh...

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Taliban attacks Kabul commando base in Afghanistan; four killed

Taliban attacks Kabul commando base in Afghanistan; four killed

During a ceremony in honor of 184 killed at the Pentagon 18 years ago on September 11, 2001, President Donald Trump pledged to continue to prosecute America's longest war, and ramp up efforts to e...

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Boris Johnson 'deceived Queen and should resign'

Boris Johnson 'deceived Queen and should resign'

In contrast, the High Court judges - issuing the reasons for their ruling in the case brought by businesswoman Gina Miller - said on Wednesday that it was "not a matter for the courts". Johnson to res...

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Hong Kong children form chains of protest as economic worries grow

Hong Kong children form chains of protest as economic worries grow

The bill proposes sanctions against Hong Kong and Chinese officials found to suppress democracy and human rights in the city, and could also affect Hong Kong's preferential trade status with the U.S. ...

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Britain to resume two-year working visa for foreign graduates

Britain to resume two-year working visa for foreign graduates

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday that the new changes will help students improve their career in Britain. The new immigration route will be available for global students who have c...

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Government releases list of confirmed VVIPs attending Mugabe Burial

Government releases list of confirmed VVIPs attending Mugabe Burial

At the time of the attempted coup in Zimbabwe in 2017, he was ZANU-PF national commissar and mentioned in an interview with the departed president as one of the senior party officials who sought refug...

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Bipartisan US senators waiting on decision from Trump on gun control

Bipartisan US senators waiting on decision from Trump on gun control

Democratic Senators Joe Manchin and Chris Murphy, along with Republican Senator Pat Toomey, told reporters they had a 40-minute telephone conversation with Trump in which the president was engaged on ...

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Growing threat for tropical system to move into Gulf

Growing threat for tropical system to move into Gulf

Other tropical waves are now moving across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to the Windward Islands. We continue to monitor a disturbance near the Bahamas that now has a 70% to become a tropical depre...

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Tonga PM 'Akilisi Pohiva passes away in Auckland

Tonga PM 'Akilisi Pohiva passes away in Auckland

Mr Pohiva was airlifted to hospital in Auckland on Wedneday with pneumonia and died Thursday morning. Once described as the Nelson Mandela of the Pacific, Mr Pohiva was jailed in 1996 for contempt o...

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No Indian Institute In Top 300 In World University Ranking

No Indian Institute In Top 300 In World University Ranking

After the top 200 ranks, THE puts universities in ranking groups. In total, there are six Indian universities in the top 500 in this year's Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings...

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Labour staffer at centre of assault allegations resigns

Labour staffer at centre of assault allegations resigns

Ardern has repeatedly said she first became aware of the allegations from reports on Monday, but documents obtained by domestic media show senior Labour figures were sent testimony of the sexual assau...

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Australian couple detained for flying drone near Tehran

Australian couple detained for flying drone near Tehran

The Times also reported that Ms King and the other woman were being held in Tehran's Evin prison and that one of them had been told she was being held as part of a plan to facilitate a prisoner swap...

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Scientists Succeed in Creating Northern White Rhino Embryos

Scientists Succeed in Creating Northern White Rhino Embryos

Cesare Galli said his team collected five immature eggs from each female which were airlifted to the Italian laboratory. "After incubation, seven matured and were suitable for fertilization", Galli sa...

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SCOTUS Hands Trump Major Victory On Immigration

SCOTUS Hands Trump Major Victory On Immigration

The San Francisco-based 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals on August 16 limited a federal judge's injunction blocking the rule to the nine Western states over which it has jurisdiction including the bord...

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Hurricane Dorian Leaves 2,500 Unaccounted For In Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian Leaves 2,500 Unaccounted For In Bahamas

The strong Category 5 storm reached the Abacos on September 1 and stalled for two days as it slowly crossed Grand Bahama . What is on the new list? "This list has not yet been checked against...

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Remembering the 9/11 attacks, 18 years later

Remembering the 9/11 attacks, 18 years later

The attack on the World Trade Center in NYC remains the deadliest act of terror in United States history. Moments of silence were observed Wednesday at the exact minutes that the planes hit the tw...

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Gun legislation stalls as congressional leaders trade barbs

Gun legislation stalls as congressional leaders trade barbs

He continued, "Many Senate Republicans are behaving as if they are wholly owned subsidiaries of the gun lobby". But he's waiting on the White House for next steps and only wants to consider legislatio...

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Teen Allegedly Paid to Have Parents Killed Using Their Cash

Teen Allegedly Paid to Have Parents Killed Using Their Cash

The teen, from Florida , took her parents' debit card and has subsequently been charged with two counts of criminal solicitation for murder , as her parents are thankfully still alive. Neither plots...

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Nigerian nationals evacuated from South Africa

Nigerian nationals evacuated from South Africa

Nigeria began repatriating more than 600 of its citizens from South Africa following a wave of deadly xenophobic attacks that frayed relations among neighbouring nations. What's happening can never ...

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Rocket blast at US Embassy in Kabul on 9/11 anniversary

Rocket blast at US Embassy in Kabul on 9/11 anniversary

You waited. You prayed. Trump was running behind schedule and arrived late to the Pentagon where he was greeted by Defense Secretary Mark Esper and placed a wreath of red, white and blue flowers at ...

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Chinese woman guilty of trespassing at Trump's Mar-a-Lago

Chinese woman guilty of trespassing at Trump's Mar-a-Lago

Zhang will be sentenced on November 22. When she was picked up a second time by Secret Service agents patrolling the resort, the 33-year-old told a different story: that she was planning to attend a...

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