• Turkey's Erdogan calls Khashoggi death 'savage murder'
Turkey's Erdogan calls Khashoggi death 'savage murder'

It's previously been reported that a 15-member team traveled from Saudi Arabia to Turkey just before Khashoggi disappeared at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2. Despite those changes in the Saudis' story, the Trump administration has consistently defended the USA relationship with Saudi Arabia as a "strong partnership" based on "sh...

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  • Arms Control for Dummies
Arms Control for Dummies

The signing of the treaty in 1987 was seen as a watershed moment during the end days of the Cold War, helping to eliminate thousands of land-based missiles with ranges between approximately 300 and 3,400 miles. Russian Federation has not provided any credible answers on this new missile. " Russia's position is that they aren't. It is therefore urg...

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  • UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Jokes About Getting 'Shiksa' Nickname From Jews
UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Jokes About Getting 'Shiksa' Nickname From Jews

Kavanaugh were "evil" and "bad people". "I'm going to pick the best person", he said. At a separate White House meeting on Wednesday, several members of the president's national security team mentioned Grenell's name when asked to recommend their favored candidates for the USA ambassador to the United Nations position, two other administration of...

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  • Trump accuses Saudis of ‘lies’ over critic’s killing in sharpest attack yet
Trump accuses Saudis of ‘lies’ over critic’s killing in sharpest attack yet

A member of the team dressed in Khashoggi's clothes to make it appear as if he had left the consulate. "WAN-IFRA calls on the Turkish authorities to urgently provide proof of its claims of Saudi state involvement in the murder of Mr. The minister is the first senior Saudi official to speak on the matter. He said he would "love" it if the Crow...

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  • Prince Harry raises Invictus Games flag over Sydney Harbor
Prince Harry raises Invictus Games flag over Sydney Harbor

Prince Harry has fired up 500 athletes competing at the Sydney Invictus Games by praising them as the new generation of servicemen and women. While visiting Melbourne, Australia , last week, Prince Harry and his wife were quizzed by Melbourne school children during a ride on the city's local tram.

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  • Donald Trump pulls U.S. out of missile treaty with Russian Federation
Donald Trump pulls U.S. out of missile treaty with Russian Federation

The newspaper said the United States believes Russian Federation is violating the deal by deploying tactical nuclear weapons in places like Russia's Kaliningrad enclave on the Baltic Sea to intimidate former Soviet allies in Eastern Europe that have joined the Western bloc.

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  • Saudi scholars' council: Royal orders in Khashoggi case to deliver justice
Saudi scholars' council: Royal orders in Khashoggi case to deliver justice

The case of Jamal Khashoggi , a man who was once close to the royal Saudi family before a falling out and a self-imposed exile to the United States, has gripped the world's attention over the past few days since his disappearance on October 2 .

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  • Rep. Mark Meadows Calls on Rod Rosenstein to Resign
Rep. Mark Meadows Calls on Rod Rosenstein to Resign

Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort showed up for court on Friday in Alexandria prison wear and confined to a wheelchair . "A lot of it has to do with his terms of confinement". The judge in Manafort's D.C. case had also said she planned to limit this type of evidence in the D.C. trial. Manafort's links to Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs...

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  • Violence in Northern Ireland Possible if Brexit Talks Go Wrong - Irish PM
Violence in Northern Ireland Possible if Brexit Talks Go Wrong - Irish PM

With a deal between both sides said to be more than 90 percent agreed, the question of the border between Northern Ireland and the neighboring Irish Republic has become the big unresolved issue. Tory Brexiteers have been told to "concentrate their fire" on Theresa May instead of her officials by former Whitehall mandarins as tensions over talks w...

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  • Trump praises Montana congressman who body-slammed reporter
Trump praises Montana congressman who body-slammed reporter

At a campaign rally in Missoula, Mr Trump lauded Representative Greg Gianforte , who pleaded guilty to misdemeanour assault for an attack on Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs . "He is my guy", Trump said. "And he was way up ... and I said - this is like the day of the election - I said, oh this is awful, he's gonna lose the election...." He was ...

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  • Volunteers search for clues in the missing Wisconsin teen case
Volunteers search for clues in the missing Wisconsin teen case

Law enforcement in her hometown says they've received hundreds of tips about Closs' whereabouts since Monday. Jayme Closs, 13, has been missing since early Monday morning following the fatal shootings of her parents at their rural Barron County home.

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  • Pregnant Meghan Markle tosses Australian football in heels
Pregnant Meghan Markle tosses Australian football in heels

On Thursday, the Duchess of Sussex , who announced Monday she and husband Prince Harry are expecting their first child , tossed an Australian rules football around during the third day of the royals' global tour. He then handed a bouquet of flowers to the Duchess before embracing her as well. The day was one that seven-year-old Sienna Black...

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  • Afghan Police, Intelligence Chiefs Killed In Shooting Attack
Afghan Police, Intelligence Chiefs Killed In Shooting Attack

Three top officials in Kandahar , Afghanistan , were killed and two USA soldiers wounded in an attack by the officials' own guards. General Miller was safely evacuated form the area after the incident, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation said.

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  • Student gunman kills 19, wounds 50 at school in Russian-annexed Crimea
Student gunman kills 19, wounds 50 at school in Russian-annexed Crimea

At a news conference in Moscow , Russian President Vladimir Putin said investigators were working to determine a motive for the attack. Though initial reports of the attack cited some sort of improvised explosive device going off, it was unclear whether a bomb was used during the attack.

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  • Israel’s warplanes pound Gaza following rocket fire
Israel’s warplanes pound Gaza following rocket fire

The army produced a video showing a man near the border preparing a rocket for launch before being hit by a missile strike. The next 48 hours are crucial to averting a major escalation between Israel and Hamas and salvaging hopes of a long-term ceasefire deal brokered by Egypt, the United Nations envoy to the Middle East peace process said ...

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  • Mob forces NYT journalist to turn back
Mob forces NYT journalist to turn back

V.N. Vasudevan Namboodiri from Palakkad has been selected as the next Sabarimala Melsanthi (head priest) through a draw of lots held at the Sopanam of the Ayyappa Temple on Thursday morning. We saw another reporter's auto had been smashed. Suhasini is now at the Pamba police station with top police officers. Koshy said that NDTV and other med...

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  • China, not Russia, had a major hand in 2016 US election meddling
China, not Russia, had a major hand in 2016 US election meddling

Pressed about scientists who have said climate change is worse than ever, Trump said, "You'd have to show me the scientists because they have a very big political agenda". "Many people thought it made him look better because he did answer everything correctly", she claimed, albeit falsely. "Now I say they're babies", Trump said.

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  • Doing it his way: Warren emulates Trump as she taunts him
Doing it his way: Warren emulates Trump as she taunts him

For years, Warren had herself listed as "Native American " in directories of law professors. "She only claimed it when she was in her late 30s and beginning to climb the law professor ladder from the University of Texas to Harvard", he explained.

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  • Saudi Arabia show under fire from HBO host
Saudi Arabia show under fire from HBO host

Saudi Arabia's stringent laws against both women and the LGBT flies in the face of many performers in the company, not to mention the WWE's audience itself. Blumenthal joins a chorus of senators from both sides of the American political spectrum in advising the WWE to re-think its relations with Saudi Arabia in the wake of the Khashoggi disap...

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  • Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' defamation case against Trump
Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' defamation case against Trump

Daniels's attorney, Michael Avenatti , called Trump a "disgusting misogynist" and an "embarrassment to the United States" in response. She sued him in April after he said a composite sketch of a man she said threatened her in 2011 to keep quiet about their alleged affair was a "con job".

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