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Wyoming Could See Several Inches of Snow by Tuesday

Wyoming Could See Several Inches of Snow by Tuesday

Saturday's high became the latest 100-degree day on record and Tuesday's snow will place second behind a 4-inch total in 1961 as the earliest snowfall of an inch or more, Chenard said. KMGH reports ...

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British-Iranian Aid Worker Zaghari-Ratcliffe Faces New Charge

British-Iranian Aid Worker Zaghari-Ratcliffe Faces New Charge

She was sentenced to five years in prison over allegations, which she denies, of plotting to overthrow the Tehran government. Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been on temporary release from Evin prison in Tehr...

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Coronavirus: What can't you do under new 'rule of six'?

Coronavirus: What can't you do under new 'rule of six'?

Workers will still be permitted to travel to the office, again under the proviso that they adhere to the social distancing rules and guidance published by the Department for Business. The prime minist...

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Pandemic Threatens Lives Of Millions Of Children

Pandemic Threatens Lives Of Millions Of Children

Children aged 5-9 accounted for 0.5 million and youth aged 20-24 accounted for 0.8 million, the report said. "If current trends continue, 53 countries will not be able to meet the under-five mortali...

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France reports second-highest number of new COVID-19 cases on record

France reports second-highest number of new COVID-19 cases on record

Officials are increasingly concerned about the high number of infections in France , even if the death toll and admissions to intensive care are way off the hights recorded in March and April. "We ne...

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Illegal Immigrants CAUGHT On Video Starting Fire In Greece's Largest Migrant Camp

Illegal Immigrants CAUGHT On Video Starting Fire In Greece's Largest Migrant Camp

On taking power a year ago, the Greek government drafted a blueprint for closing Moria and other island migrant centers and creating more permanent structures. The camp has become a symbol of what...

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Greece holidays at risk as Portugal heads for the 'red list'

Greece holidays at risk as Portugal heads for the 'red list'

Travellers from Greece will be required to self-isolate at home, or another specified address, for 14 days on arrival in Scotland from 4am Thursday morning (3 September). In the United Kingdom, the se...

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India, China Foreign Ministers Agree To Quickly Disengage Border Troops

India, China Foreign Ministers Agree To Quickly Disengage Border Troops

PLA troops had tried to force out Indian soldiers from their position on 7 September by firing gunshots in the air, to which Indian Army had made it clear that it would also respond in a similar manne...

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China urges Australia to stop harassing, suppressing Chinese personnel

China urges Australia to stop harassing, suppressing Chinese personnel

Mr Moselmane, a state lawmaker in New South Wales (NSW), has previously said he is not a suspect in an Australian investigation into allegations that Chinese agents infiltrated his office. Tough stanc...

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Trump releases list of 20 new possible Supreme Court picks

Trump releases list of 20 new possible Supreme Court picks

Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life, said the appointment of pro-life judges to federal courts was "one of President Trump's greatest accomplishments" of his first term, and that "w$3 e an...

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Brexit: UK and European Union hold emergency talks

Brexit: UK and European Union hold emergency talks

The European Union on Thursday demanded that the United Kingdom immediately rewrite a new Brexit bill that would change parts of a divorce agreement it signed with the E.U. He said that if Britain ...

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US General Sees No Signs Of North Korea Looking At 'lashing Out'

US General Sees No Signs Of North Korea Looking At 'lashing Out'

Kim and Trump have met three times since June 2018 when they held the first-ever U.S. According to CNN , which reported it obtained transcripts of two of the letters, Mr Kim addresses Mr Trump as "...

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Here's what Bob Woodward's book 'Rage' says about Donald Trump

Here's what Bob Woodward's book 'Rage' says about Donald Trump

Mr Woodward conducted 18 interviews with Mr Trump for the book. A week after that interview , Mr Trump said at a White House briefing that the number of U.S. And then there were the tweets - do...

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Whistleblower claims pressure to suppress intelligence reports about Russian Federation, white supremacists

Whistleblower claims pressure to suppress intelligence reports about Russian Federation, white supremacists

The complaint says Wolf, who has been nominated to be permanent DHS secretary by Trump, directed Murphy to stop providing intelligence assessments on the threat of Russian interference to the USA be...

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Johnson's plan to break Brexit agreement triggers angry European Union backlash

Johnson's plan to break Brexit agreement triggers angry European Union backlash

The two sides' chief negotiators, David Frost and Barnier, ended their latest round of negotiations on Thursday with no major progress reported, though they did agree to keep talking. Such a move by P...

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Canadian flight cancelled after toddler mask dispute

Canadian flight cancelled after toddler mask dispute

E tok say im ask if im daughter fit finish her snack, but dem reply say dem get "zero tolerance policy" and no go close di airplane door without her wearing facemask. Complicating the matter was the a...

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Coronavirus: Hungary on Wales quarantine list as Sweden removed

Coronavirus: Hungary on Wales quarantine list as Sweden removed

Also on Twitter , Portugal's foreign ministry said the country's "health rules and the effectiveness of our national health service have allowed us to control the effects of the pandemic". It comes...

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China, India trade blame over border shooting

China, India trade blame over border shooting

The September 7 "provocative" action by the Chinese forces saw them carrying "Guandao", a traditional Chinese Sword which is basically a blade mounted on a wooden or metal pole. India and China have b...

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Russia Says Alexei Navalny

Russia Says Alexei Navalny "Disinformation" Being Used For New Sanctions

Navalny, the most visible critic of Vladimir Putin within Russian Federation, fell violently ill last month as he took a flight in Siberia. A general view shows a sign of the Charite Mitte Hospi...

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Primedia honours the late George Bizos

Primedia honours the late George Bizos

He arrived in South Africa in 1941 after he and his father fled the Nazi occupation of Greece in a small rowboat that drifted in the Mediterranean Sea for days before being picked up by a British dest...

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Rafale aircraft to be inducted in Indian Air Force at Ambala tomorrow

Rafale aircraft to be inducted in Indian Air Force at Ambala tomorrow

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Minister of the Armed Forces of France Florence Parly will be the Chief Guest for the event. "This induction is very crucial, considering the border situation", Defe...

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Social gatherings of more than six people to be banned in England

The rule change will now make it illegal for any social gatherings of more than six people to take place, either indoors or outdoors, meaning that people can be arrested and fined if they break the ...

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Kabul bomb attack targets Afghanistan's VP Saleh, kills 10 civilians

Kabul bomb attack targets Afghanistan's VP Saleh, kills 10 civilians

Saleh, who is the senior of Afghanistan's two vice presidents, was not harmed. The bombing came as Afghan officials and the Taliban prepared to begin their first formal talks. The Taliban, through...

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ASEAN talks tackle pandemic, sea feud amid US-China spat

ASEAN talks tackle pandemic, sea feud amid US-China spat

By easing tensions with the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations in the sea, Chinese President Xi Jinping's leadership is believed to be attempting to curtail USA influence over the wate...

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China starts fresh build up north of Pangong Tso

China starts fresh build up north of Pangong Tso

According to sources, the Indian Army now has a tactical advantage on both the north and south banks of Pangong Tso which overlook Chinese positions on the ridgelines in the Finger 4 area. Both India ...

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UK PM tightens social distancing rules in England

UK PM tightens social distancing rules in England

Trials of the vaccine under development by AstraZeneca and Oxford University have been put on hold owing to a reported side effect in a patient in the UK. The Health Secretary has raged at people who ...

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Britain, EU to Resume Post-Brexit Trade Deal Talks

Britain, EU to Resume Post-Brexit Trade Deal Talks

Should the legal amendments not undermine Northern Ireland's links to the EU's single market or the bloc's own state aid policies, ensure proper controls for customs, live animals and animal products,...

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Rohingya crisis: almost 300 refugees land in Indonesia after months at sea

Rohingya crisis: almost 300 refugees land in Indonesia after months at sea

After answering questions about his name, serial number and military units, Myo Win Tun said the commander of the 15th Military Operations Center, whom he named as Colonel Than Htike, gave an order to...

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Professor who lied about being Black resigns from George Washington University

Professor who lied about being Black resigns from George Washington University

In a blog post on Medium last week, titled " The Truth, and the Anti-Black Violence of My Lies ", Krug wrote that she had pretended to be a Black woman for much of her adult life, deceiving friends an...

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AstraZeneca must explain spinal ailment to resume vaccine trial

AstraZeneca must explain spinal ailment to resume vaccine trial

How common are adverse events in drug trials? In its statement , AstraZeneca said the pause was a "routine action" to allow an independent investigation into the "potentially unexplained illness",...

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Global nCoV cases top 27.2 million

Global nCoV cases top 27.2 million

Brazil has the second-largest coronavirus death toll of all the countries in the world and is also second in terms of the total number of confirmed cases. Russian Federation has registered 5,099 COVID...

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OR governor issues emergency declaration over wildfires

OR governor issues emergency declaration over wildfires

Be sure to stay updated via the Oregon.gov Fire Notice homepage courtesy of the Oregon Department of Forestry. In Oregon, thousands of residents evacuated their homes in efforts to escape the fl...

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European Union will not appease UK's threat to break law: Irish foreign minister

European Union will not appease UK's threat to break law: Irish foreign minister

Speaking at a news conference in Brussels, Mr Sefcovic said he had raised his concerns in a phone call with Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove. "The withdrawal agreement is not open for renegoti...

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Coronavirus in Suffolk: Gatherings of more than six to be banned

Coronavirus in Suffolk: Gatherings of more than six to be banned

In Scotland , up to eight people are allowed to meet indoors, while groups of 15 from up to five households are permitted outdoors, but people should maintain a social distance . He said there had...

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Kayleigh McEnany claims Donald Trump has NEVER lied and NEVER downplayed coronavirus

Dr. Anthony Fauci , the country's leading infectious disease expert and a member of the White House coronavirus task force, told Woodward that Trump was unfocused in meetings about the USA response ...

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