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Yemen's rebels say attack on Saudi border frontline captured 'thousands'

Yemen's rebels say attack on Saudi border frontline captured 'thousands'

Oil prices fell sharply today after Saudi Arabia agreed to a partial ceasefire in Yemen , the Wall Street Journal reported , citing unnamed sources familiar with the move. "This plot, staged by ...

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Saudi King Salman's bodyguard shot dead

Saudi King Salman's bodyguard shot dead

There was no further information released by state TV. The assailant, who also wounded the mutual friend and a Filipino worker, was killed by security forces after refusing to surrender, the spokesm...

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Pelosi concerned about Trump's whistleblower 'spy' comments

Pelosi concerned about Trump's whistleblower 'spy' comments

A whistleblower report released on Thursday said president Donald Trump not only abused his office in attempting to solicit Ukraine's interference in the 2020 U.S. The White House did not dispute th...

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How the White House and DOJ learned about the whistleblower

How the White House and DOJ learned about the whistleblower

Trump has vowed to be transparent about the Ukraine affair. Actually, if it's a crisis, it's one of the president's own making. Ford's description may have been technically accurate - it takes a m...

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Khashoggi murder happened under my watch, crown prince tells PBS

Khashoggi murder happened under my watch, crown prince tells PBS

United Nations rapporteur Agnes Callamard, who investigated the murder, urged Cengiz and others to be "patient and resilient", saying justice would only be won after a "long haul" given the current ge...

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Special envoy to Ukraine resigns one day after whistleblower report released

Special envoy to Ukraine resigns one day after whistleblower report released

In what the Atlantic wryly calls "socially acceptable corruption", Hunter became a director of Ukraine's biggest natural-gas producer, Burisma, in 2014, with no prior experience and an obvious con...

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U.K. PM's adviser shrugs off concerns about Brexit tensions

U.K. PM's adviser shrugs off concerns about Brexit tensions

This month, British lawmakers forced through a law which compels Johnson to seek an extension to Brexit unless he has agreed a new deal with the European Union by October 19 or got parliament's appr...

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Nine injured in cargo ship fire at Ulsan port

Nine injured in cargo ship fire at Ulsan port

There were 25 sailors aboard, including Russians and Filipinos. Video and photos posted online showed a giant fireball billowing out and rising up over the port in the southern city of Ulsan, follow...

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Persistent rain and autumn tides to pose flooding risk

Persistent rain and autumn tides to pose flooding risk

The warning also says there could be power and bus and train travel disruption, with it in place from 18:00 BST Saturday until 19:00 Sunday. The Met Office said: "An area of persistent, heavy rain w...

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Global climate strike comes to B.C. legislature in Victoria

Global climate strike comes to B.C. legislature in Victoria

The protests are part of the so-called global climate strike that saw what organizers have said were several million people march in cities across the world last Friday ahead of the United Nations c...

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An unrepentant Boris Johnson faces raucous U.K Parliament

An unrepentant Boris Johnson faces raucous U.K Parliament

He was originally due to spend longer in the United States, but following the Supreme Court's ruling that Mr Johnson had unlawfully prorogued Parliament, he and MPs returned to the House of Commons to...

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Tropical Storm Karen to dissipate in four days

The National Hurricane Center continued to track large Hurricane Lorenzo in the central Atlantic on Saturday. The Azores will start to feel Lorenzo's impact Sunday, when the hurricane will turn ...

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United States says Syria used chemical weapons in May attack

United States says Syria used chemical weapons in May attack

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , seen here on September 26, said the Assad regime used chlorine in Latakia province. Articles appear on euronews.com for a limited time. Assad's government joined t...

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Egypt Police Seal Off Cairo's Tahrir Square Amid Calls for Protests

Egypt Police Seal Off Cairo's Tahrir Square Amid Calls for Protests

In a new video on Thursday night, Ali urged protesters not to clash with security forces and said Tahrir Square must not be the focus of the "Friday of Salvation" protests. "The confessions of some ...

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Canada's Highway Killers Made Chilling Videos Promising To Kill More People

Canada's Highway Killers Made Chilling Videos Promising To Kill More People

The connection between the killings of Deese, Fowler and Dyck was made when RCMP found similar gun casings and ammunition at both crime scenes and at the site of the burning truck. He announces plans ...

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Columbus Agrees To Settle Stormy Daniels Lawsuit For $450000

Columbus Agrees To Settle Stormy Daniels Lawsuit For $450000

Daniels, who was reportedly satisfied with the changes implemented by the Columbus Police, will now drop all claims made in her federal civil lawsuit against the city. The charges were dismissed becau...

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Watchdog to assess whether Johnson should face probe

The Greater London Authority (GLA) said on Friday it had referred a "conduct matter" concerning Johnson to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC), which investigates complaints connected t...

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Man charged in 'cold blooded' fatal shooting of Texas police officer

Man charged in 'cold blooded' fatal shooting of Texas police officer

Our HCSO Texas was unable to recover from his injuries. "There's simply no words to adequately express our heartbreak, our sadness at this time", Gonzalez said . Gonzalez said Dhaliwal, who kept ...

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Afghan polls close amid complaints, violence

Afghan polls close amid complaints, violence

The elections are being held weeks after a peace process between the US and the Taliban collapsed, prompting fears of more violence in the country, which has been in turmoil since 2001. Although the...

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Trump told Russian officials he wasn’t concerned by interference

Trump told Russian officials he wasn’t concerned by interference

Trump's 2017 meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergei Kislyak was already considered controversial after it was learned that Trump disclosed highly classified infor...

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U.S. envoy on Ukraine, named in Trump scandal, resigns

U.S. envoy on Ukraine, named in Trump scandal, resigns

The complaint details that Trump told his staff to cut aid to Ukraine unless they helped find information on presidential candidate Biden's son, Hunter Biden . Solomon's reporting questions that ...

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Security tight as Zimbabwe's Mugabe gets a private burial

Security tight as Zimbabwe's Mugabe gets a private burial

This comes after intensive negotiations between the Government led by H.E Cde E.D Mnangagwa and the Mugabe family including Chiefs from Zvimba and all concerned whereupon it was agreed that his remain...

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Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong to run for local office

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong to run for local office

Protesters changed into civilian clothes in alleys and behind walls of umbrellas in districts close to government headquarters, where earlier police fired a water cannon filled with dye and abrasive l...

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Severe storms expected this evening

Severe storms expected this evening

Scattered to numerous thunderstorms that may be strong and produce small hail, winds up to 55 miles per hour, and heavy rain remain possible Saturday and Sunday, especially across south central and so...

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Tanker docks in Dubai after release by Iran

Tanker docks in Dubai after release by Iran

A photo released by Iranian state-run IRIB News Agency, which aired on Monday, July 22, 2019, shows various crew members of the British-flagged tanker Stena Impero , that was seized by Tehran in the ...

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From Victoria to Montreal, climate marches dominate federal campaign Friday

From Victoria to Montreal, climate marches dominate federal campaign Friday

Organizers in the capital were forced to change their security plans to accommodate the crowds, while thousands more marched in Auckland and other parts of the country. "We need to stop it before it g...

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Democrats Subpoena Secretary Pompeo as Part of Impeachment Inquiry

House Committee on Foreign Affairs Chairman Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Trump noted o...

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'Climate Strike' begins in Ottawa with thousands marching on Parliament Hill

'Climate Strike' begins in Ottawa with thousands marching on Parliament Hill

Their message was clear: bolder action is urgently needed to save the planet from the crisis of climate change . Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg , whose words and actions, including h...

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Canada's Green Party doctors image of leader holding disposable cup

Canada's Green Party doctors image of leader holding disposable cup

The original National Post report of the images blasts the Green Party for using Photoshop "in an era of "fake news" , followed by a lengthy analysis of whether or not voters will care. "The native...

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Judge Blocks New Rules On Migrant Child Detention

Judge Blocks New Rules On Migrant Child Detention

The move came as part of a broader crackdown on asylum seekers arriving on the Southwest border, many of them families with children from Central America. The Department of Justice said the administra...

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Texas man executed for killing wife and stepsons in 2007

Texas man executed for killing wife and stepsons in 2007

Prosecutors said Sparks first stabbed his wife, then-30-year-old Chare Agnew, 18 times as she lay in her bed. Sparks then went into the boys' bedroom and one by one took them into the kitchen, where h...

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Labradoodle creator calls breed

Labradoodle creator calls breed "Frankenstein's Monster"

His "big regret" is that his invention paved the way for "unethical, ruthless people" to breed the dogs without thinking of the health of their offspring. Labradoodle enthusiasts have come to defen...

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Facebook tests hiding likes and reactions

Facebook tests hiding likes and reactions

The company has an estimated 16 million users in Australia. From Friday, some Australian users will no longer be able to see the number of likes - or reactions - on another person's Facebook pos...

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Kaduna Police discover House with 300 People, Including Children, Starving & In Chains

Kaduna Police discover House with 300 People, Including Children, Starving & In Chains

Images shared by police show shackles around the ankles and wrists of the captives. With scars of injuries from torture on their bodies, many of those rescued are said to have come from Mali and Bu...

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USA lawmakers to question US intel chief about whistleblower report

USA lawmakers to question US intel chief about whistleblower report

Schweizer added Trump appears to be held to a different standard because he is not beholden to what he called the District of Columbia's standard "business model". "I heard it's owned by a very rich...

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