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Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, IMN, have this week clashed with soldiers during protests in Abuja seeking the release from detention of their leader, Mohammed Al Zakzaky. "I told them (troops) consider it (a rock) a rifle". Amnesty International says that the protesters were peaceful and that 45 of them were killed, while the Nigerian military maintains that the demonstrators were armed and only six people died.
  • How an angry passenger caused a bus crash in China

    How an angry passenger caused a bus crash in China

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    The former video shows the driver and a woman in the middle of a heavy verbal and physical altercation. The bus had veered into the wrong lane and collided with an oncoming auto in Chongqing on Sunday before it plunged into the Yangtze River .
  • Rouhani: Iran does not fear new U.S. sanctions on energy, banking sectors

    Rouhani: Iran does not fear new U.S. sanctions on energy, banking sectors

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    US national security adviser John Bolton said on Wednesday the Trump administration wants sanctions on Iran's crude exports to strain Tehran, but does not want to harm countries that depend on the oil. Goldman Sachs said it expects Iran's crude oil exports to fall to 1.15 million barrels per day (bpd) by the end of the year, down from around 2.5 million bpd in mid-2018.
  • Trump plans order to end birthright citizenship for migrant babies

    Trump plans order to end birthright citizenship for migrant babies

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    An executive order is "in the process". . "That's what you're talking about". Trump, who railed against illegal immigration during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, has seized on the issue in recent weeks as he seeks to bolster fellow Republicans ahead of next week's contests.
  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: When are royal couple coming home?

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: When are royal couple coming home?

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    The duchess gave a passionate speech about women's suffrage at Government House in Wellington on Sunday. Meghan's stunning Givenchy gown and veil are on display at Windsor Castle for the exhibition, alongside an identical replica of Prince Harry's uniform and the bridesmaid and page boy outfits of Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
  • Muslims raise over $50k for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

    Muslims raise over $50k for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

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    As many as 11 people were killed when suspected gunman Robert Bowen burst into the building, yelling "all Jews must die". Bowers was charged Saturday night in a 29-count complaint, including obstructing the exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death, using a firearm to commit murder, weapons offenses and charges alleging Bowers seriously injured police officers.
  • Ron DeSantis and Andrew Gillum insult each other in final Florida debate

    Ron DeSantis and Andrew Gillum insult each other in final Florida debate

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    Jeanette Nunez of Miami. He has accepted a contribution and would not return it from someone who referred to the former president of the United States as a Muslim n****r. He resurrected a supposed racist "dog whistle" uttered by DeSantis when he urged voters not to " monkey this up " by turning away from the GOP. My wife and I take vacations and we pay for our own vacations ...
  • Bomb suspect was spinning records as Federal Bureau of Investigation closed in

    Bomb suspect was spinning records as Federal Bureau of Investigation closed in

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    A 14th package was found on Friday at a post office outside San Francisco addressed to another wealthy contributor to the Democratic Party and liberal causes, Tom Steyer . Early Friday, Trump appeared to downplay the mail bombs , saying on Twitter: "Republicans are doing so well in early voting, and at the polls, and now this "Bomb" stuff happens and the momentum greatly slows - news not talking politics".
  • Khashoggi killing 'undermines regional stability,' US defence secretary says

    Khashoggi killing 'undermines regional stability,' US defence secretary says

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    They are held in Saudi Arabia and the investigation is in Saudi Arabia, and they will be tried in Saudi Arabia, ' the minister said at the global conference on the Manama Dialogue, which is taking place here. "In her interview with the Turkish broadcaster", Al Jazeera's reporting noted , "Cengiz said Trump has invited her to visit the White House but said she would not go until the USA was honest in its efforts to uncover the truth behind Khashoggi's killing".
  • Merkel to give up leadership of party but remain chancellor

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    Angela Merkel told her conservative party on Monday that she is prepared to step down as its leader but remain Germany's chancellor following a pair of state election debacles, German media reported. The announcement is a sign of Merkel's weakened power within her own party, and waning popularity in the country. Ms Nahles is also feeling the heat from party members still disgruntled with her decision to join Ms Merkel instead of fulfilling an election promise to sit in opposition if they ...
  • Robert De Niro responds to receiving mail bomb: 'People MUST vote'

    Robert De Niro responds to receiving mail bomb: 'People MUST vote'

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    A suspicious package addressed to actor-director Robert De Niro was reported early Thursday at the Manhattan building where his production company is based, and its marking and contents appear similar to pipe bomb packages recently mailed nationwide to top Democrats, two law enforcement sources said.
  • Robert De Niro speaks out on suspicious package at his restaurant

    Robert De Niro speaks out on suspicious package at his restaurant

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    A law enforcement source tells the Miami Herald the arrest was made at an AutoZone in Plantation at 801 S. State Road 7 instead of his home to avoid any potential risky confrontation. The new packages discovered on Thursday set off a new wave of alarm. "We are treating them as live devices", NYPD Commissioner James P. O'Neill said at a news briefing, urging people not to touch packages they deem suspicious.
  • Xi buddies up to Abe amidst trade fallout

    Xi buddies up to Abe amidst trade fallout

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    It is also expected to promote trust, which has been fragile at times since they restored diplomatic relations in 1972. Shared trade friction with the US appears to be drawing longtime Asian rivals China and Japan closer, with Chinese President Xi Jinping telling Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday that the two countries are "sharing more common interests and concerns".
  • DNA nabbed mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc for law enforcement: Terror expert

    DNA nabbed mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc for law enforcement: Terror expert

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    Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday the Justice Department was dedicating every available resource to the investigation "and I can tell you this: We will find the person or persons responsible". Fiori said the arrested man did not resist and "had that look of, 'I'm done, I surrender"'. The return address is that of Florida Democratic Rep.
  • Democrats See Strong Enthusiasm As Nevada Early Voting Begins

    Democrats See Strong Enthusiasm As Nevada Early Voting Begins

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    President Barack Obama and U.S. Rep. and U.S. Senate candidate Jacky Rosen (D-NV) at the Las Vegas rally on Monday. Heller has been endorsed by President Trump , who just on Saturday stumped for him in Elko, Nevada, on the same night that Obama's vice president, Joe Biden, campaigned in the state for Rosen.
  • There will be justice for Khashoggi, says Saudi crown prince

    There will be justice for Khashoggi, says Saudi crown prince

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    Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan spoke to Prince Mohammed on Wednesday and the two discussed the steps needed to bring to light all aspects of the killing of Khashoggi, a presidential source said. "I want to send them a message that they can not do this as long as there a king named Salman bin Abdulaziz and a crown prince named Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia, and a president in Turkey named Erdogan".
  • Caravan of migrants ‘not getting in’

    Caravan of migrants ‘not getting in’

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    Calls for up to 1,000 American troops to be sent to the US-Mexican border have been made by the Department of Homeland Security. "The Democrat inspired laws make it tough for us to stop people at the border", he added. However, activists accused Mexico of violating the migrants' rights by detaining anyone who tried to apply for asylum. Caravan leaders said they had expelled some troublemakers from the procession, exhibiting some self-policing.
  • Andrew Gillum can dunk, folks

    Andrew Gillum can dunk, folks

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    Women support Gillum 59-percent to 38 percent for DeSantis. Text messages between Gillum and former lobbyist Adam Corey, who arranged outings with undercover agents looking into city government corruption, were among more than 100 pages of records Corey gave the ethics commission, which is investigating trips to Costa Rica and NY that Gillum took in 2016...
  • Gillum Prepared For Ugly Debate With DeSantis On Sunday

    Gillum Prepared For Ugly Debate With DeSantis On Sunday

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    In the interview, he noted he's been in touch with former President Barack Obama , who may campaign on his behalf. This is a talking point that many hard-line conservatives have echoed amid fears of Gillum's positions on many issues, which several people have compared to socialist viewpoints.
  • Mattis expected to send 800 more troops to southern border

    Mattis expected to send 800 more troops to southern border

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    The additional troops are to provide what one official described as logistical support to the Border Patrol. That is in addition to the National Guard troops sent earlier this year, although it is not yet clear whether the additional troops will also be National Guard or active duty military members, Martin reports .
  • Early voting begins for November 6 general election

    Early voting begins for November 6 general election

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    Here's what you need to know about voting early in your state. "Just get out and vote", said student voter Terrence Johnson. And given Houston's Democratic lean, the long lines could bode well for Rep. Centers are located at accessible facilities with adequate parking and within a convenient driving distance for most voters in the county. But today is the first day of in-person early voting and some South Florida voters camped out overnight to be the first in line to cast their ballots.
  • Trump injects tax-cut talk in the closing weeks of midterm campaign

    Trump injects tax-cut talk in the closing weeks of midterm campaign

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    The new bill would make permanent the individual and small-business tax cuts in the law. Some Republican lawmakers hope to pass a budget resolution during the session - enabling legislation to be passed by a simple majority in the House and Senate, as happened with the tax legislation a year ago.
  • Bolton arrives in Russian Federation for talks on nuclear treaty

    Bolton arrives in Russian Federation for talks on nuclear treaty

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    And Russia will no longer just violate the treaty with select development and deployment of weaponry; it will likely refocus its resources on the buildup of a land-based arsenal of short- and intermediate- range missiles. Experts warn that China would put pressure on countries in the region to refuse USA requests to position missiles there. "Scrapping the provisions of the INF treaty forces Russian Federation to take measures for its own security because what does scrapping the INF treaty ...
  • Dozens injured at party in South Carolina in floor collapse

    Dozens injured at party in South Carolina in floor collapse

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    The "Clemson Student Affairs is working to determine how many of those injured were Clemson students, and to notify other institutions if one or more of their students were in attendance", the varsity statement said. A party at Clemson University took a turn for the worse when the floor of an apartment collapsed under the feet of dozens of college students. He told his friends they needed to go on the balcony but the floor cracked before they could get out of the way.
  • New bombshell in Jamal Khashoggi murder links Saudi Crown Prince

    New bombshell in Jamal Khashoggi murder links Saudi Crown Prince

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    Democratic Senator Dick Durbin called in a statement for the expulsion of the Saudi ambassador from the United States - Prince Khalid bin Salman, the crown prince's younger brother - pending completion of a "third-party investigation into the kidnap and murder of Jamal Khashoggi ".