• U.S. doesn't want to harm friends, allies with Iran sanctions - Bolton
U.S. doesn't want to harm friends, allies with Iran sanctions - Bolton

Although China and India's Iranian oil intake in recent months has fluctuated, and although some of their companies most exposed to the USA financial system have drastically reduced or outright stopped imports from Iran (like India's Reliance Industries ), the countries saw their imports in the first three weeks of October increase or hold ste...

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  • Indonesia closes in on jet’s black box
Indonesia closes in on jet’s black box

Herson said Reuters wrongly quoted him as saying the Lion Air plane had sought to return to Bali. Boeing said it was providing technical assistance under the direction of Indonesian authorities, while the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is also helping the probe.

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  • Many killed as driver, passenger quarrel onboard bus in China
Many killed as driver, passenger quarrel onboard bus in China

Shocking footage has been released of the moment a bus veered off a bridge in China, killing at least 13 people. However, Liu did not get off and later asked the driver to stop the bus when she realised she missed her destination. The bus was pulled out of the Yangtze early Thursday morning as Chongqing residents looked on. Rescuers lifted the wr...

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  • Chinese officers charged in U.S. over jet engine data hack
Chinese officers charged in U.S. over jet engine data hack

Zha Rong and Chai Meng work for the Chinese government's state security ministry (JSSD), the USA government claims , and collaborated with six hackers and two moles at the Chinese office of a French aerospace company to steal the plans, the indictment reveals.

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  • Turkey: Saudi journalist's murder 'pre-planned'
Turkey: Saudi journalist's murder 'pre-planned'

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made the allegation during a phone call with US President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and another official, the Washington Post reports . That was seven days after the dissident disappeared in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and long before the crown prince acknowledged that Saudi agents killed him.

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  • Critics compare Trump's midterm spot to racist Willie Horton ad from 1988
Critics compare Trump's midterm spot to racist Willie Horton ad from 1988

Many recalled the infamous " Willie Horton " campaign ad from the 1988 presidential election between George H.W. Bush and Democrat Michael Dukakis . The captions read: "Illegal immigrant, Luis Bracamontes , killed our people!" The video includes scenes of a migrant "caravan", warning, "Who else would Democrats let in?" The expletive-filled ...

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  • Goldman Sachs former investment bankers charged in $4B Malaysian funding scheme
Goldman Sachs former investment bankers charged in $4B Malaysian funding scheme

Low is seeking immunity in exchange for assistance in finding assets linked to the scandal-ridden fund, Daim said in the report published Wednesday, adding that the government hasn't been swayed. "A few months after this chat, a bank account owned and controlled by Leissner and his relative was used to transfer approximately $4.1 million to a high-...

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  • Suspect in synagogue shooting pleads not guilty
Suspect in synagogue shooting pleads not guilty

A grand jury indicted Bowers on Wednesday in connection with the October 27 attack at the Tree of Life synagogue . Some community leaders had asked Trump not to make the trip. Not everyone in Pittsburgh was happy about the president's visit, despite Trump taking the role of consoler in chief. Trump's public persona is much more focused on being an...

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  • Pentagon Sends 5200 Active Duty Troops to U.S.-Mexico Border
Pentagon Sends 5200 Active Duty Troops to U.S.-Mexico Border

Once on the Mexican side, the migrants were surrounded and escorted by dark-uniformed officers as sirens wailed. The migrant group's attempt to pick up the pace via government-provided transportation has been prompted by "waning enthusiasm" for their mission, as illustrated by the 3,000 or so migrants who have turned back home, "disheartened by t...

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  • Pence's Message To Oprah: 'I'm Kind Of A Big Deal Too'
Pence's Message To Oprah: 'I'm Kind Of A Big Deal Too'

Oprah's message came as she delivered a rousing speech in the Republican-leaning suburbs of Atlanta. "She threads the needle of inclusion in a really interesting way, in my mind, where if you're listening to that speech, it's hard not to feel inspired, it's hard to make yourself feel left out".

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  • Trump says rocks thrown by migrants to be treated as ‘rifles’
Trump says rocks thrown by migrants to be treated as ‘rifles’

Trump did not provide details on whether the plan would apply only to people traveling in the caravans or to anyone seeking to enter the country. That's according to three people familiar with the plans who spoke to The Associated Press on Thursday on the condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak publicly.

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  • U.S. raises concern over Turkish air strikes on Kurdish fighters in Syria
U.S. raises concern over Turkish air strikes on Kurdish fighters in Syria

He suggested that the State Department's unwillingness to criticize Erdogan directly was "very hard to understand, makes no sense", and "doesn't fit the facts", as, in many respects, under Erdogan's leadership, Turkey no longer acts as a U.S.

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  • Netanyahu says mediation can help to prevent Gaza collapse
Netanyahu says mediation can help to prevent Gaza collapse

The teens' families said none of them were involved with terrorist groups. According to the palestinian Centre for Human rights, they were between the ages of 14 to 15 years. Meanwhile, the Cabinet of Ministers is meeting to discuss the situation in Gaza as well as Egypt's efforts for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.

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  • Japan protests S. Korea's ruling on forced labor as 'unbelievable'
Japan protests S. Korea's ruling on forced labor as 'unbelievable'

A trilateral meeting is set for Tuesday to discuss the standards of interaction, verification review and surveillance, it said. The factory was one of Japan's Meiji Industrial Revolution sites, listed in UNESCO's World Heritage places, according to Lee's legal representatives.

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  • How Trump plan to end birthright citizenship clashes with 14th Amendment
How Trump plan to end birthright citizenship clashes with 14th Amendment

With control of Congress at stake in the November 6 vote, Trump has sought to energize his base by portraying migrants as a national security threat, ordering thousands of soldiers to the southern border and pressuring Mexico to halt groups of migrants headed for the US.

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  • Journalist Khashoggi was strangled and dismembered, Turkey says
Journalist Khashoggi was strangled and dismembered, Turkey says

It said Saud Al Mojeb left his hotel shortly after midnight and went to the Istanbul regional offices of Turkey's National Intelligence Agency (MIT). Cengiz begged the Saudi regime and Prince Mohammed bin Salman to return Khashoggi's missing body, so he could be given a proper burial. They noted their concern over Saudi Arabia's years-l...

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  • Woman blows self up in Tunis, 9 wounded
Woman blows self up in Tunis, 9 wounded

Ambulances arrived swiftly at the scene, which was cordoned off by security forces. No deaths have been reported. Shops, he said, were shut on what is usually one of the busiest streets in the capital, and police had barricaded the street.

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  • Kemp wants Georgia absentee ballot order halted
Kemp wants Georgia absentee ballot order halted

Tensions escalated following a recent Associated Press report that more than 53,000 voter applications - almost 70 percent of them from black applicants - were on hold with Kemp's office ahead of the election. "To the contrary, it strengthens it. Defendants argue that signature mismatch rejection is "rare"...[b] ut that...only bolsters Plaintif...

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  • Meghan Markle Stunned As She Spots An Old Friend In The Crowd
Meghan Markle Stunned As She Spots An Old Friend In The Crowd

However, in January 2018 all of her photos vanished, just two months after her then fiancé, Prince Harry , released a statement claiming Meghan "has been subject to a wave of abuse and harassment". "We see the Duchess as representing strong kaupapa (values) for women - she displays aroha (love), manaakitanga (nurturing and hospitality), mana (...

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  • 3 siblings struck, killed by truck at bus stop in Indiana
3 siblings struck, killed by truck at bus stop in Indiana

Indiana State Police are there and are assisting with the investigation. An 11-year-old boy was airlifted to Fort Wayne Hospital suffering multiple broken bones and injuries. The children were standing on the opposite side of the road and had stepped out to cross to the bus when they were hit by the Toyota. The crash happened at around 7:15 ...

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