• Three Indiana children killed boarding school bus
Three Indiana children killed boarding school bus

They have been identified six-year-old Xzavier and Mason Ingle and nine-year-old Alivia Stahl. It was heartbreaking It's still heartbreaking'. As children crossed the road to get onto the bus, four children were reportedly hit by a southbound 2017 Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck driven by Alyssa Shepherd .

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  • Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi has death penalty conviction overturned
Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi has death penalty conviction overturned

Blasphemy is an incendiary charge in deeply conservative Muslim Pakistan, where even unproven allegations of insulting Islam and its Prophet Mohammed can provoke death at the hands of vigilantes - and the acquittal immediately sparked large protests from hardliners.

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  • Afghanistan: Kandahar goes to polls after week's delay
Afghanistan: Kandahar goes to polls after week's delay

The Kandahar governor's spokesman says major roads throughout the province were closed Friday to all vehicles, except those with prior security clearance. Technical glitches with a new biometric identification system introduced to stem fraud allegations instead created massive confusion and caused delays lasting hours, frustrating voters and challe...

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  • Michael Moore releases film of U.S. mail bomb suspect at Trump rally
Michael Moore releases film of U.S. mail bomb suspect at Trump rally

Among the others Sayoc is alleged to have sent explosives devices were businessman and philanthropist George Soros, Joe Biden, Maxine Waters and former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan. Sayoc is facing five federal charges in connection with the week-long mail bomb plot. Sayoc posted his political views on social media and wa...

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  • UN Special Rapporteur Claims Saudi State Responsible for Khashoggi's Murder
UN Special Rapporteur Claims Saudi State Responsible for Khashoggi's Murder

Saudi Arabia initially denied reports he had been abducted or murdered in the consulate, but on October 19, Riyadh admitted he had been killed during a fight inside the diplomatic facility. a year ago. The Saudi news release, attributed to its public prosecutor, was significant because it relayed Turkey's conclusion, but it did not make clea...

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  • Allies threaten to walk as Merkel suffers blow in regional elections
Allies threaten to walk as Merkel suffers blow in regional elections

Ms Merkel, chancellor for 13 years, will have to invest her political capital and tactical acumen to keep together her loveless coalition, borne out of necessity seven months ago after an inconclusive federal election last year. "We went into the government because we really want to improve things - for families, for single parents, for caregivers"...

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  • What we know about mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc
What we know about mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc

According to court and other public records, Sayoc had a lengthy criminal and court record in Florida . Authorities also seized a white van belonging to Sayoc, its windows plastered with pro-Trump stickers, the slogan " CNN SUCKS" and images of Democratic leaders with red cross-hairs over their faces.

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  • Japan Visit To Boost Trade Ties, Cooperation In New Areas: PM Modi
Japan Visit To Boost Trade Ties, Cooperation In New Areas: PM Modi

China and Japan on Friday are set to forge stronger ties as both countries stood together at the signing a broad range of agreements including a $30 billion currency swap pact, amid rising trade tensions with Washington. Japan shares US concerns about Chinese trade practices, but favors dialogue with Beijing over President Donald Trump's tariff str...

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  • How Saudis are getting away with Khashoggi murder
How Saudis are getting away with Khashoggi murder

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, who spoke after Mattis at the conference, accused media of "hysteria" and said they are rushing to judgment in the Khashoggi case. But the body of Khashoggi, who was once an insider in Saudi royal circles, remains missing. The sale of weapons "has nothing to do with Mr. Khashoggi".

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  • China, Russia Eavesdropping on Trump's iPhone Calls, NYT Says
China, Russia Eavesdropping on Trump's iPhone Calls, NYT Says

But the aides have said that the President, who has been pressured into using his secure White House landline more often these days, has still refused to give up his iPhones. "Except that I rarely use a cellphone, & when I do it's government authorized". Russia, too, dismissed the eavesdropping allegations. China, in turn, has begun using its o...

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  • Jamal Khashoggi’s body likely in well at Saudi consulate
Jamal Khashoggi’s body likely in well at Saudi consulate

Central Intelligence Agency director Gina Haspel is set to brief President Donald Trump on the investigation into the death of Jamal Khashoggi on Thursday, as the President increasingly expresses frustration with the Saudi response and the country's crown prince vows "justice" for the journalist's killers.

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  • On Illegals, Democrats Sounded Like Trump, But Were Counting Future Votes
On Illegals, Democrats Sounded Like Trump, But Were Counting Future Votes

Trump, without naming him in that clip, as merely being handed off a booming economy by the previous president and contrasted that with his own inheritance on the economy. On the other side of the Hill, Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Trump's immigration plan was a "campaign to Make America White Again" and more recently said building ...

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  • Trump Admits No Evidence of Middle Easterners in Migrant Caravan
Trump Admits No Evidence of Middle Easterners in Migrant Caravan

The migrant caravan as of Thursday is still in southern Mexico, more than 1,000 miles away from the nearest entry point into the U.S. Its size is estimated to be around 7,000, but many of those now walking are suffering from exhaustion, dehydration and heat stroke .

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  • Britain's May says divorce deal with European Union nearly done
Britain's May says divorce deal with European Union nearly done

But it is guaranteed to be explosive, given the unrest at her leadership and belief from her critics that they are rapidly approaching the 48 votes needed to trigger a no-confidence vote. Mrs May told leaders of the remaining European Union member states in Brussels that she was willing to consider extending the transition period by a year.

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  • At least 14 children and teachers die in Jordan flood
At least 14 children and teachers die in Jordan flood

Israel sent search-and-rescue helicopters to help, an Israeli military statement said. The Jordan Meteorological Department (JMD) announced on Monday that a depression and a relatively cold air mass were expected to affect the country as of Thursday, head of the JMD's weather forcasting said on Thursday.

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  • Early voting begins today in Louisiana
Early voting begins today in Louisiana

The stream of early voters in Hennepin County is steady. "I say , 'go red!' We need to keep our borders safe". In Dallas County, more than 57,000 people voted. Residents can also opt to vote early by mail. Mail-in ballots were sent to active voters earlier this month and the overwhelming majority of Colorado voters use them.

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  • Suspect in Utah university killing was sex offender
Suspect in Utah university killing was sex offender

University of Utah's track athlete Lauren mccluskey was shot in killed on Monday night as she headed back to her campus apartment. The university imposed the lockdown shortly before 10 p.m., after the McCluskey's was found in a auto near the medical towers.

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  • Pentagon to send 'several hundred' troops to US-Mexico border, says official
Pentagon to send 'several hundred' troops to US-Mexico border, says official

Speaking on the condition of anonymity, an official within the Trump administration told the Post that the action was one of several measures the White House was considering as the caravan, which is reportedly still 1,000 miles away, approaches.

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  • Stacey Abrams Burned Georgia's Flag in 1992 Protest — NY Times
Stacey Abrams Burned Georgia's Flag in 1992 Protest — NY Times

Kemp and Georgia Republicans concocted an "exact-match" law where anyone's name on their government-issued IDs must precisely match their names as listed on the voter rolls, and Ted Enamorado of The Washington Post found that as many as 30% of voters in America's 8th largest state could be ineligible to vote under this law (totaling nearly a mi...

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  • Investigators seek 2 cars in Wisconsin abduction
Investigators seek 2 cars in Wisconsin abduction

Some volunteers who showed up to help with a ground search for a missing Wisconsin girl say the case hits close to home and they felt compelled to help. Despite more than 400 tips from across the USA, a Wisconsin sheriff said he had few solid leads about Jayme's whereabouts. Investigators have received more than 1,200 tips and have looked into more...

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