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Protests in Washington after police fatally shoot 18-year-old

The police statement included pictures of the handgun they say Kay had been carrying, as well as of the gun of another of his companions who was arrested. Chanting "say his name", "Deon Kay" and "no...

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Coronavirus restrictions reimposed in western Scotland

Coronavirus restrictions reimposed in western Scotland

Ms Sturgeon made the announcement shortly after it emerged 66 of the 154 new cases in Scotland yesterday were in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area. Pubs across Aberdeen were closed last month a...

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AstraZeneca kicks off final trials of Covid vaccine in US

AstraZeneca kicks off final trials of Covid vaccine in US

AstraZeneca said it is "recruiting up to 30,000 adults aged 18 years or over from diverse racial, ethnic and geographic groups who are healthy or have stable underlying medical conditions, including ...

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China firmly opposes United States report on Chinese military

China firmly opposes United States report on Chinese military

The Pentagon issued a statement of concern, saying China's actions "stand in contrast to its pledge to not militarize the South China Sea and are in contrast to the United States' vision of a free...

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AG Now Has a 'Critical Piece' of Breonna Taylor Probe

AG Now Has a 'Critical Piece' of Breonna Taylor Probe

His attorney, Steve Romines , said Walker did not fire the shot that struck one of the officers at the scene when they broke into Taylor's apartment, as police have said. Also on September 1, Taylor'...

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Facebook to halt new political ads just before US election

Facebook to halt new political ads just before US election

Zuckerberg wrote, "This election is not going to be business as usual". They include both technical changes to its apps as well as new policies that it says will help encourage voting, give people a...

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Hong Kong begins mass-testing for virus amid public doubts

Hong Kong begins mass-testing for virus amid public doubts

Hong Kong tested thousands of people for coronavirus Tuesday at the start of a mass-testing effort that's become another political flash point in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. Respiratory ...

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Colorado College moves to remote learning this semester due to COVID-19

Colorado College moves to remote learning this semester due to COVID-19

At Central Michigan University, students are calling for in-person classes to be canceled after more than 130 COVID-19 cases were reported on campus . Students attending gatherings may be placed ...

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Black man killed by Rochester police is remembered as loving

Black man killed by Rochester police is remembered as loving

Prude's brother, Joe, said he called 911 on March 23 after his sibling, who was visiting from Chicago , ran out of their home in an erratic state. Officers restrained Prude by holding him down by h...

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Sarah Sanders says Kim Jong-un winked at her

Sarah Sanders says Kim Jong-un winked at her

On their way to the airport after the meeting, Sanders told Trump about the wink. Trump allegedly " howled with laughter " before confirming that the dictator did, in fact, hit on her. President Tru...

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Fox News’ Chris Wallace, NBC News’ Kristen Welker Among Presidential Debate Moderators

Fox News’ Chris Wallace, NBC News’ Kristen Welker Among Presidential Debate Moderators

The moderators for the presidential debates between Democratic nominee Joe Biden and Republican incumbent President Donald Trump , as well as the debate between their running mates, have been locke...

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Woman Arrested And Charged With Incitement Over Anti-Lockdown Event Facebook Post

Woman Arrested And Charged With Incitement Over Anti-Lockdown Event Facebook Post

The video had amassed more than 600,000 views within three hours of being posted. " We're absolutely satisfied the members behaved appropriately and in accordance with our policy ", he said . 'Excu...

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CDC: Coronavirus vaccine could arrive in October, November; asks states to prepare

CDC: Coronavirus vaccine could arrive in October, November; asks states to prepare

It is co-led by GAVI, the World Health Organization and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), and is created to discourage national governments from hoarding COVID-19 vaccines an...

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Mike Pence insists Donald Trump is healthy as 2019 hospital stop scrutinized

Mike Pence insists Donald Trump is healthy as 2019 hospital stop scrutinized

Pence said, "I don't recall being told to be on standby". Vice President Mike Pence was asked Tuesday about a new report about President Donald Trump's visit to Walter Reed late past year. To be...

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Barr says voting by mail is 'playing with fire'

Barr says voting by mail is 'playing with fire'

Voting by mail is not new in the United States - almost one in four voters cast presidential ballots in 2016 that way. At least 83 percent of American voters, or roughly 100 million people, will be ...

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Pompeo announces restrictions on Chinese diplomats in US

Pompeo announces restrictions on Chinese diplomats in US

The Chinese Embassy in Washington condemned the move as a "gross violation" of Vienna Conventions that govern diplomacy. In addition, Pompeo said, any Chinese embassy social media accounts will ha...

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Trump suggests voting twice, once by mail and once in person

Trump suggests voting twice, once by mail and once in person

Intentionally voting twice is illegal, and in many states, including North Carolina, it is a felony. Elizabeth Neumann, a former assistant secretary of Homeland Security during the Trump administr...

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US Blacklists ICC Prosecutor Over Afghanistan War Crimes Probe

US Blacklists ICC Prosecutor Over Afghanistan War Crimes Probe

The ICC is an global court that investigates and tries genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The ICC is investigating a vast array of alleged U.S. And the head of the ICC's Assembly of...

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End of a dynasty? Joe Kennedy defeated in US Senate bid

End of a dynasty? Joe Kennedy defeated in US Senate bid

Kennedy told supporters that he had called Markey to congratulate the incumbent and "pledge my support to him and his campaign in the months ahead". Trump when speaking of the "Radical Left" is part...

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Germany has evidence Putin critic Navalny was poisoned with Novichok

Germany has evidence Putin critic Navalny was poisoned with Novichok

The Berlin hospital treating Navalny said he remains in serious condition, though his condition is improving. Britain says Russian Federation used Novichok to poison former spy Sergei Skripal and ...

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Liberty announces investigation into Falwell's tenure as president

Liberty announces investigation into Falwell's tenure as president

Falwell came under scrutiny following these revelations, in addition to the scrutiny over a odd photo he initially posted online - and has since apologized for - of his trousers unzipped and his b...

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Australia's GDP plummets 7% in June quarter, first recession in 30 years

Australia's GDP plummets 7% in June quarter, first recession in 30 years

The second quarter numbers marked the biggest downturn since records began being kept in 1959, and was far worse than the 5.9% forecast. The combined effect of the pandemic and the community and gov...

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Intelligence Director Ratcliffe Exposes Democrat Leaking Of Classified Info

Intelligence Director Ratcliffe Exposes Democrat Leaking Of Classified Info

Ratcliffe canceled all future congressional election security briefings and will instead submit "intelligence products" in writing, as outlined in a letter he sent to the House and Senate Intellig...

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NUI Galway falls in world university rankings

Unlike the 2020 rankings which only included 13 universities from Malaysia, the 2021 rankings see two newcomers, which are Universiti Kuala Lumpur and Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, both in the ...

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Melania Trump's ex-adviser says she secretly taped conversations as 'evidence'

Melania Trump's ex-adviser says she secretly taped conversations as 'evidence'

President Donald Trump built his 2016 campaign around chants of "Lock her up!" Wolkoff left the White House in February 2018 when her contract was terminated. "But again, a very hard road to go do...

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US DOD: China has over 200 nuclear warheads

US DOD: China has over 200 nuclear warheads

Navy's 293 ships. Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro, reporting from Washington DC, says the bill amounts to three times China's annual defence budget. The report by the US Defense Department, which...

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Trump Slams 'Crazy' Pelosi Over Salon Mask Gaffe

Trump Slams 'Crazy' Pelosi Over Salon Mask Gaffe

While it appears Pelosi and the eSalon may have violated the city's order on Monday, a spokesperson for Pelosi claimed that the speaker did not violate the city's mandate. Salon owner Erica Kious told...

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Germany says nerve agent Novichok found in Russia's Navalny

Germany says nerve agent Novichok found in Russia's Navalny

Though the spokesman did not blame the Russian state for Navalny's poisoning, he condemned the apparent attack and called on Moscow to explain its position on the case. Germany will also notify partne...

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Indian special forces member killed in China border skirmish

Indian special forces member killed in China border skirmish

In a statement, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Tuesday that India has taken up the matter of "recent provocative and aggressive actions" with the Chinese side and has urged them to con...

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Hamas: Agreement to end escalation in Gaza reached with Israel

Hamas: Agreement to end escalation in Gaza reached with Israel

Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar's office said in a statement that "after a round of talks, mediated by the Qatari representative Mohammed al-Amadi, an understanding has been reached to avoid an escalation a...

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D.C. Circuit Rules Against Democrats in McGahn Subpoena Case

D.C. Circuit Rules Against Democrats in McGahn Subpoena Case

House Democrats have launched a slew of investigations, which included the subpoena of McGahn , in an effort to find information that could lead to the impeachment of the president. "The committee's ...

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Typhoon Maysak moving toward Jeju

Typhoon Maysak moving toward Jeju

An offshore typhoon brought torrents of rain to southern Japan on Wednesday heading to the Korean Peninsula as another storm in the Pacific was growing stronger. Jeju Island and North Gyeongsang, So...

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France's Macron says not his place to condemn cartoons of Prophet Mohammad

France's Macron says not his place to condemn cartoons of Prophet Mohammad

The gunmen identified themselves as belonging to an Islamic terrorist group. Those facing trial are accused of supporting killers, including supplying weapons. "We will never give up", director Laur...

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Black man killed by Los Angeles sheriff’s deputy

Black man killed by Los Angeles sheriff’s deputy

President Donald Trump, a Republican, arrived in Kenosha on Tuesday as he seeks to rally his base of white supporters by defending police against criticism of brutality. Dean said investigators had no...

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China`s provocation at LAC is a clear violation of agreements

China`s provocation at LAC is a clear violation of agreements

In its statement, the Indian Army said PLA had "carried out provocative military movements to change the status quo". If these statements and the public mood is confrontational, reports from Monda...

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