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'We do have two systems of justice in America': Kamala Harris

'We do have two systems of justice in America': Kamala Harris

Her remarks come as protests against racial discrimination and police brutality are continuing in the United States. The strong criticism from Harris, the first Black and Indian-American woman on a ...

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Typhoon Haishen lashes Korean Peninsula

Typhoon Haishen lashes Korean Peninsula

Rescue workers were picking through mud and detritus after a hillside collapsed in rural Miyazaki. Earlier predictions, according to The Washington Post , showed that Haishen is likely to hit the s...

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China shows off Covid-19 vaccines for first time

China shows off Covid-19 vaccines for first time

The CEO said the vaccine was "offered" to approximately 2,000 to 3,000 employees, and their families, "on a voluntary basis". The Southeast Asian nation, which has more than 237,000 confirmed COVID-...

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Michael Cohen’s Memoir Features Disturbing Stories About Life With Trump

Michael Cohen’s Memoir Features Disturbing Stories About Life With Trump

He claims that Trump mocked Nelson Mandela after his death in 2013, writing that Trump didn't think Mandela "was a real leader - not the kind he respected". Cohen went on to describe Trump's racist ...

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Five porters allegedly detained by China's PLA in Arunachal Pradesh

The five people have been identified as Dumtu Ebiya, Prasad Ringling, Ngaru Deri, Toch Singkom, and Tanu Bakar. "We have discussed the matter with the police headquarters and we have dispatched a team...

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78 people have tested positive for COVID-19 at University at Buffalo

78 people have tested positive for COVID-19 at University at Buffalo

Although Penn State is "proud" of the large number of students following its guidelines, the university said only takes a few incidents to cause an outbreak. Results from random screening tests are se...

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Navy launches search after sailor goes missing from aircraft carrier

Navy launches search after sailor goes missing from aircraft carrier

The Navy confirmed the search Sunday. Pentagon leaders anticipate that the coronavirus may strike more Navy ships at sea after an outbreak aboard an aircraft carrier in the Pacific infected more than ...

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Rescuers search Beirut rubble for second day after pulse detected

Rescuers search Beirut rubble for second day after pulse detected

The crowd fell silent at 6.08pm, the moment of the explosion that marked the most destructive single blast in Lebanon's violent history. The explosion ravaged swathes of Beirut and piled on new mi...

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Rival migrant protests gather at Dover's United Kingdom border

Rival migrant protests gather at Dover's United Kingdom border

A group of about 60 people shouting "freedom" has been moving along Dover seafront, with many wearing Union flag masks and carrying flags. It comes as rival protests over migrants reaching the Unite...

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Murder investigation under way after man killed and seven injured in Birmingham

Murder investigation under way after man killed and seven injured in Birmingham

Reports of other stabbings in the area soon followed. There is a single suspect, and a manhunt is underway. He told reporters that officers were called to reports of a stabbing in Constitution Hill,...

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Australia’s secures access to AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine within months

Australia’s secures access to AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine within months

AstraZeneca's vaccine, which is in late-stage development, is seen as a frontrunner in the global race to deliver an effective vaccine to combat the virus. Under its agreement with the government, CSL...

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Victoria’s roadmap out of Covid-19 lockdown hammered

Victoria’s roadmap out of Covid-19 lockdown hammered

The Federal Government has previously been critical of Victoria's handling of COVID-19, and Mr Morrison had demanded Mr Andrews set out a path to lifting restrictions. Today's new cases numbers are th...

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Ship carrying 43 crew members, almost 6,000 heads cattle capsizes off Japan

Ship carrying 43 crew members, almost 6,000 heads cattle capsizes off Japan

A photo dated September 4 provided by Japan's 10th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters shows an unmanned life boat drifting near Kodakarajima island. Mr Edavorodo, 45, was the ship's chief officer...

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80 special trains from September 12

80 special trains from September 12

Later Shramik special trains services started from 1 of May mainly for the workers who were stranded in other states due to lock down. GWR said it was focusing on providing trains for people getti...

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Lancet chief editor calls Trump's vaccine timetable 'simply wrong'

Lancet chief editor calls Trump's vaccine timetable 'simply wrong'

And last week Barr dismissed the idea that there is, effectively, one justice system for whites in the United States and another for blacks. Well, you know, you just keep getting back to the opposit...

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Brexit: PM sets 15 October deadline for European Union trade deal

Brexit: PM sets 15 October deadline for European Union trade deal

Mr Raab admitted to Times Radio that there was still an "economic debate" raging in Government about any future state aid policy, with the Covid-19 pandemic, he said, possibly requiring "more signific...

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Hong Kong police arrest hundreds at protests over election delay

Hong Kong police arrest hundreds at protests over election delay

Chanting "Give me back my right to vote!", groups of protesters walked a short distance before they were confronted by heavily armed riot police. Sunday was meant to be voting day for the city's par...

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Daniel Prude: NY Attorney General to set up grand jury

Daniel Prude: NY Attorney General to set up grand jury

On the day of his arrest , March 22, he had been admitted to a nearby hospital as a result of suicidal thoughts. He died seven days later after being taken off life support. Attorney General Letit...

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Election Voting To Begin As First Ballots Are Sent Out

Election Voting To Begin As First Ballots Are Sent Out

Most analysts believe that at least half the electorate will vote by mail or early in-person, largely because the pandemic has made many voters reluctant to show up at potentially crowded polling pl...

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Bret Baier Corrects Jessica Tarlov on Claim Fox 'Confirmed' Atlantic Report

Bret Baier Corrects Jessica Tarlov on Claim Fox 'Confirmed' Atlantic Report

The Atlantic reported that Trump made the disparaging remarks after cancelling a visit to an American cemetery during a November 2018 trip to France, an account the president denied on Thursday and...

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Wildfire forces evacuation, closed access to California lake

Wildfire forces evacuation, closed access to California lake

Dan Lynch, director of the Fresno County Department of Health, told the station the aircraft that rescued the group would return to the area in a bid to pick up more stranded people. "And the prob...

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Stars and Stripes: Trump orders famed USA military newspaper to shut

Stars and Stripes: Trump orders famed USA military newspaper to shut

Trump strongly denied the allegations and called it a "disgrace". There is increasing concern that Trump is politicizing America's military, which is meant to be apolitical, ahead of the election. P...

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Multiple stabbings reported in Birmingham, police say ‘major incident’

Multiple stabbings reported in Birmingham, police say ‘major incident’

A 23-year-old man was killed in Irving Street at 01:50 BST, West Midlands Police said. "We can now confirm that we've launched a murder investigation following the events in Birmingham city centre ...

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Boats participating in a Trump support parade sink in Texas, officials say

Boats participating in a Trump support parade sink in Texas, officials say

Ms Dark said more deputies were deployed due to the expected increase in boating activity but that they still received a large number of distress calls. "What word would Trump use for these people?"...

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Tunisia Knife Attack Kills Officer, 3 Terrorists Shot Dead

Tunisia Knife Attack Kills Officer, 3 Terrorists Shot Dead

Police in Tunisia chased and shot dead three suspected Islamist militants after they attacked two policemen in the coastal city of Sousse on Sunday, a security official told Reuters . The last se...

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Hurricane Nana hits Belize, drives across Guatemala

Hurricane Nana hits Belize, drives across Guatemala

The system closest to land, now churning in the central Caribbean Sea, has just a 10 percent chance of development as it does not have much time to develop. The NHC says there's a high, or 90% cha...

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Coronavirus: Scuffles at anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne

Coronavirus: Scuffles at anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne

It comes after anti-lockdown protests turned violent on Saturday . State Premier Daniel Andrews today extended the hard lockdown, in place since August 2, to September 28 with a slight relaxation...

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'F-- Mandela. He was no leader' said Trump, according to Michael Cohen

'F-- Mandela. He was no leader' said Trump, according to Michael Cohen

Cohen who served as President Trump's personal lawyer and "fixer" said that his former boss would "even go so far as to start a war in order to prevent himself from being removed from office". Democra...

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Fire on oil tanker off Sri Lanka extinguished after 3 days

Fire on oil tanker off Sri Lanka extinguished after 3 days

The joint disaster relief operation, which is being carried out on the instruction of experts, has successfully contained the spread of the ship's fire and there is no report of the ship leaking oil i...

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Victoria's path out of COVID-19 lockdown - quick reference guides

Victoria's path out of COVID-19 lockdown - quick reference guides

However, the rules will be slightly loosened. But from September 13, the 8pm curfew will be extended to 9pm, and exercise will be extended from one hour a day to two. "The modelling. indicates that if...

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UK's Brexit negotiator: London is prepared for no-deal exit

UK's Brexit negotiator: London is prepared for no-deal exit

According to European Union diplomats, both the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, and Downing Street have lobbied for 27 heads of state and government to seize control of the talks given the curr...

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Charges dropped against US black man tried six times for one crime

Charges dropped against US black man tried six times for one crime

One of Flowers' attorneys noted the significance that the dismissal came as protesters demonstrate in the US and around the world against police killings of Black people. Flowers, but fair treatment i...

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Pentagon Says It Will Close 'Stars and Stripes' Newspaper

Pentagon Says It Will Close 'Stars and Stripes' Newspaper

Paul Haverstick Jr., the Defense Media Activity director, reportedly states. According to a Pentagon memo reported by several United States outlets on Friday, the U.S. Also in 2010, Stars and Str...

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Kamala Harris says Trump not credible on possible COVID-19 vaccine

Kamala Harris says Trump not credible on possible COVID-19 vaccine

Kamala Harris says she would not take Donald Trump's word that a vaccine released before the election is safe or effective. "I will not take his word for it". However, on Monday, The White House said...

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White House hosts event to observe National Recovery Month

White House hosts event to observe National Recovery Month

Ahead of their wedding, Donald needed the ideal setting to roll Melania out of relative obscurity, and what better than the city's biggest, boldest spotlight, where the fashion, entertainment, and med...

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