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Family: Florida Dog Died Protecting Brothers From Snake

Family: Florida Dog Died Protecting Brothers From Snake

A Sumter County family says a puppy sacrificed himself and saved the children from a venomous snake. The dog was rushed to a veterinarian, but he died a day after the attack. "It just killed us". ...

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20 kangaroos run over in mass slaughter, Australian authorities say

20 kangaroos run over in mass slaughter, Australian authorities say

Native officers consider somebody deliberately ran over the animals - together with adults and joeys - between 10:30 and 11:30 p.m. Saturday in a residential a part of city. If you would like to donat...

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UK finance minister pledges infrastructure spending on roads, buses and broadband

UK finance minister pledges infrastructure spending on roads, buses and broadband

Speaking at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester this afternoon, the Chancellor will make a series of infrastructure pledges which he claims will be 'the biggest increase in infrastructur...

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Supercars taken from African leader’s son auctioned for $27M

Supercars taken from African leader’s son auctioned for $27M

The cars were seized by Swiss prosecutors as part of an investigation into Obiang, 51, who served as an adviser to his father and also as the Agriculture Minister before being appointed Vice President...

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Netanyahu to meet centrist rival in last-ditch bid to form unity government

Netanyahu to meet centrist rival in last-ditch bid to form unity government

Netanyahu's Likud party slightly trailed Blue and White in the September 17 election, but he had a slim lead when the factions were asked to recommend their choice for premier to Rivlin. He proposed t...

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Boris Johnson Denies Groping Journalist Under Table During Private Lunch

Boris Johnson Denies Groping Journalist Under Table During Private Lunch

Charlotte Edwardes said the incident took place at the offices of The Spectator magazine in London shortly after Mr Johnson became editor in 1999. She tweeted: "What is it about powerful men feeli...

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Rally in Support of Detained Protesters Takes Place in Moscow

Rally in Support of Detained Protesters Takes Place in Moscow

A Russian court on Monday commuted the prison sentence for a Moscow actor convicted of assaulting a police officer to a suspended one, in a case that sparked a public outcry and was criticized as an e...

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Whistleblower's lawyer says Trump endangering his client

Whistleblower's lawyer says Trump endangering his client

It was emphasized at President Trump's initiative: "yes, for trade it is U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry who is responsible from the American side, from the Ukrainian side. Giuliani said he had recei...

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Somalia Rebels Attack Military Airstrip Used by U.S. For Drone Missions

Somalia Rebels Attack Military Airstrip Used by U.S. For Drone Missions

Al-Shabab, which often exaggerates its battlefield operations, claimed in a statement posted online that the attack began with multiple explosives-laden trucks, which it said had allowed a group of mi...

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Hurricane Lorenzo quickly grows into an intense Category 5 storm

Hurricane Lorenzo quickly grows into an intense Category 5 storm

Lorenzo has been continuing on its northern path after being declared by experts as "the strongest hurricane east of 45 degrees west longitude in the Atlantic on record". Swimming is not recommended. ...

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UP on red alert after heavy rainfall; 73 dead, life at standstill

UP on red alert after heavy rainfall; 73 dead, life at standstill

Forty seven people died across the state on Thursday and Friday. Though the reason for the cancellation was not mentioned in the statement, sources said the decision was taken owing to heavy rain ...

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Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman denies ordering journalist's murder

Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman denies ordering journalist's murder

While strikes at Abqaiq and Khurais oil facilities disrupted more than half of Saudi Arabia's oil capacity or 5.7 million barrels per day (mbpd) or around 5% of the global oil supply; the enormity of ...

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Jewish New Year begins

Jewish New Year begins

Throughout the High Holy Days, those in the Jewish community engage in prayer and repentance, which culminate in the holiest day of the year in Judaism, Yom Kippur. "This is a moment where Jews and no...

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Riots at Greek migrant camp after two die in fire

Riots at Greek migrant camp after two die in fire

The protesters were demanding to be transferred to the Greek mainland. But police later fired tear gas to control an angry crowd who said authorities took too long to respond to the incident, accord...

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House Republican says he supports process playing out in Trump impeachment inquiry

House Republican says he supports process playing out in Trump impeachment inquiry

The impeachment inquiry was launched after a Central Intelligence Agency whistle-blower raised the alarm a couple of July 25 phone name between Mr Trump and Volodymyr Zelenskiy, the president of U...

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Cop From Hudson Valley Killed In Hand-To-Hand Struggle With Armed Suspect

Cop From Hudson Valley Killed In Hand-To-Hand Struggle With Armed Suspect

Mulkeen, 33, was shot three times, Monahan said, and five responding officers fired at the suspect. He has not been publicly identified yet. Three of the officers, including Mulkeen, got out of thei...

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Montana covered in foot of snow, and it’s not even October yet

Montana covered in foot of snow, and it’s not even October yet

People across Montana are dealing with winter-like conditions already, KRTV reports. The station reported several power outages across the area, including in Simms, Sun Prairie and parts of Great ...

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Meghan Markle visits memorial to murdered South African teen

Meghan Markle visits memorial to murdered South African teen

Protesters are calling on the government to do more to protect women and crack down on perpetrators. On Thursday, the 38-year-old duchess attended a special meeting with female leaders who are worki...

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Peston claims SNP would back Corbyn as PM

Peston claims SNP would back Corbyn as PM

Johnson said that opposition parties should have the "courage" to table a no confidence vote to remove him from office, adding: "This parliament must either stand aside and let this government get Bre...

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Putin phone calls in Democrats' sights: Schiff

Putin phone calls in Democrats' sights: Schiff

Yet Democrats say they're on solid ground. "Getting to the bottom of a corruption scandal in Ukraine is in the American national interest", Miller said. The former White House official confirmed ...

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Boris Johnson's referral to police watchdog

Boris Johnson's referral to police watchdog "politically motivated"

Mr Johnson has consistently denied any wrongdoing in relation to his links with Ms Arcuri. He offered support for a suggestion by Attorney General Geoffrey Cox that in future Supreme Court justices ...

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Ukraine’s prosecutor says no probe into Biden

Ukraine’s prosecutor says no probe into Biden

The U.S. official and the two people familiar with the matter spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly. These details add to the allegations in ...

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Boris Johnson denies wrongdoing over Arcuri link

Boris Johnson denies wrongdoing over Arcuri link

Johnson has been referred to Britain's police watchdog for potential investigation over allegations of misconduct while he was mayor of London. A senior SNP MP said the opposition parties could st...

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Intense Hong Kong clashes ahead of China's 70th anniversary

Intense Hong Kong clashes ahead of China's 70th anniversary

When police fired tear gas to disperse crowds on September 28, 2014, the protest turned into a 79-day occupation of central streets in Hong Kong . In Taiwan, Hong Kong singer and activist Denise ...

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Conservatives win Austrian election but still need coalition

Conservatives win Austrian election but still need coalition

It had a margin of error of 1.4 percentage points. The vote has left the People's Party leader with several options across the political spectrum. "Even with a nice plus on Sunday, it is more hard...

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About 30 Leaders to Attend Funeral Ceremony of Former French President Chirac

About 30 Leaders to Attend Funeral Ceremony of Former French President Chirac

Pompeo's statement was the United States government's first after Chirac, who was in office from 1995 to 2007, died on Thursday at 86 years old. He is being remembered fondly despite political failure...

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Two killed in Mexico rollercoaster accident

Two killed in Mexico rollercoaster accident

Another two people were injured in the accident at La Feria Chapultepec amusement park, local officials said. It happened in a bend where the track is close to the ground. The accident is being deal...

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HKSAR chief executive to lead delegation to Beijing for National Day celebrations

HKSAR chief executive to lead delegation to Beijing for National Day celebrations

Hong Kong police fired tear gas and pepper spray to break up anti-government protesters on Sunday as the government announced city leader Carrie Lam will be out of town for China's October 1 Na...

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Woman gives birth hours before dying after falling from moving auto

Woman gives birth hours before dying after falling from moving auto

The 32-year-old mum was flown to hospital after the "shocking" incident but later died. The expectant mother gave birth via emergency C-section, but died from her injuries. Police earlier said it wa...

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Robert De Niro: Trump Is 'Crazy'

Robert De Niro: Trump Is 'Crazy'

De Niro apologized, then continued to vent about Trump. Kremlin says it hopes White House will not release phone call records between Trump and Putin; Dan Hoffman weighs in. Stelter brought up De Ni...

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Protests to mark anniversary of Umbrella Movement

Protests to mark anniversary of Umbrella Movement

Some of them sprayed graffiti along walls and smashed windows at a subway exit. A police helicopter was hovering above. Sunday's gathering, a continuation of monthslong protests for greater democrac...

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Greta Thunberg has 'surrendered completely to catastrophism' says billionaire fashion CEO

Greta Thunberg has 'surrendered completely to catastrophism' says billionaire fashion CEO

Similar rallies were held in cities across the country. "We've become too loud for people to handle so people want to silence us", she said at a rally in Montreal after meeting Canadian Prime Minist...

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Trump dismisses grounds for his impeachment as 'a joke'

Trump dismisses grounds for his impeachment as 'a joke'

The misfire came as the White House scrambled to coordinate responses to Democrats who the day before had announced a formal impeachment inquiry . "The idea that the Department of Justice would hav...

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Meghan Markle Takes Private Trip During Royal Tour in South Africa

Meghan Markle Takes Private Trip During Royal Tour in South Africa

At 81, she is the last surviving of the four leaders of the march. "Issues of gender inequality affect women throughout the world, independent of race, color, creed, or socioeconomic background". ...

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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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