• Facing heat, Australia to take children off Nauru by year-end
Facing heat, Australia to take children off Nauru by year-end

Rights groups say hundreds of asylum-seeker children have been brought to Australia in the past few years, accompanied by their families, but many remain "in limbo", scattered across the country and often split from their parents. "What is important is that durable solutions are found for families and children who have experienced persecution", Fre...

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  • Trump Rages After Kavanaugh Accuser Recants
Trump Rages After Kavanaugh Accuser Recants

Kamala Harris (D-Calif.). He denied that any such thing had ever happened, but after the transcript of the call was released later that same day, multiple news sites reported on the allegation made in the letter . "Such acts are not only unfair; they are potentially illegal", Grassley stressed. "It is illegal to make materially false, fictitio...

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  • Yemeni govt commits to peace effort as coalition stays silent
Yemeni govt commits to peace effort as coalition stays silent

On Friday, the coalition said it had attacked ballistic missile and drone sites at the worldwide airport of the Yemeni capital. He added that the adjoining Sanaa global airport was still open to air traffic from the United Nations and other relief agencies.

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  • Midterm elections 2018: Who is Stacey Abrams? Georgia politician backed by Oprah
Midterm elections 2018: Who is Stacey Abrams? Georgia politician backed by Oprah

More than 1.5 million of the state's nearly 7 million registered voters have cast ballots already. Last-minute legal decisions, a racist robocall and a protester wearing a giant chicken suit holding a sign that reads "too chicken to debate".

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  • Trump administration charges Chinese companies with spying on U.S.
Trump administration charges Chinese companies with spying on U.S.

The indictment sates Wang downloaded over 900 Micron confidential and proprietary files before he left MMT and stored them on USB external hard drives or in personal cloud storage in order to access them while working for UMC. The state-owned firm named in the indictment, Fujian Jianhua, is a Chinese semiconductor manufacturer that was already tar...

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  • Migrants who throw rocks will be arrested, not shot
Migrants who throw rocks will be arrested, not shot

By law, immigrants can seek asylum either at ports of entry or once in the USA ― even if they crossed illegally. President Donald Trump is spreading misleading rhetoric about the nature of Central American migrants heading to the US border and grossly inflating the number of immigrants living in the USA illegally.

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  • Internet Freedom on the Downward Trend for Eight Years
Internet Freedom on the Downward Trend for Eight Years

The report , an annual study of how the government controls freedom of the internet , gives various instances, of which one is a video showing a child being kidnapped in Tamil Nadu . The researchers said online freedom also declined in the United States in part due to the rollback of "net neutrality" rules which ensured that all data be treate...

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  • Portage County elections warning to absentee voters on ballot return
Portage County elections warning to absentee voters on ballot return

During the last midterm election, almost 3.19 million Floridians cast their ballots before Election Day. In the 2014 midterm, that number was 186,654. until 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 9 a.m.to 2 p.m. Saturday. At the top of this year's ballot is the U.S. Senate battle between Republican incumbent Ted Cruz and Democratic challenger Beto O'R...

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  • Oprah jumps into contentious Georgia race, endorses Democrat Abrams
Oprah jumps into contentious Georgia race, endorses Democrat Abrams

Abrams would be the first black female governor in US history. Winfrey called Abrams a "changemaker" who represents the values of all Georgians. Kemp, Georgia's secretary of state, is campaigning to a conservative base in rural parts of the state, hoping to keep the seat red after current Gov.

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  • Watch John Lewis Dance To 'Happy' At Stacey Abrams Campaign Event
Watch John Lewis Dance To 'Happy' At Stacey Abrams Campaign Event

The media mogul touched on voter suppression in the state and encouraged voters to cast their ballots. Democrat Stacey Abrams is now running for governor of Georgia, and if elected, she would be the first African-American woman governor ever.

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  • NYPD Expected To Share More Details In Sisters’ Mysterious Deaths
NYPD Expected To Share More Details In Sisters’ Mysterious Deaths

But as the days went by, the credit card that the sisters had been using maxed out, Shea noted. The family said they were not in contact with them. While no cause of death has been issued as of yet by the medical examiner, the NYPD believes at present that they may have entered the water alive.

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  • Indonesian Rescuers Detect 'Ping,' Believe They've Located Crashed Plane
Indonesian Rescuers Detect 'Ping,' Believe They've Located Crashed Plane

Divers plucked the orange data recorder from the ocean and placed it in a plastic tub as search teams continued to scour the seabed for the fuselage of the Boeing-737 MAX 8, which crashed off Indonesia's northern coast on Monday and had only been in service a few months.

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  • Erdogan says 'highest levels' of Saudi government ordered Khashoggi murder
Erdogan says 'highest levels' of Saudi government ordered Khashoggi murder

Jamal Khashoggi's fiancée is calling for President Donald Trump's help in pressuring Saudi Arabia to reveal the location of the slain journalist's body. Then it said he died by accident during an argument. Cars that travelled between the consulate and the consul general's residence on the day of Khashoggi's death spent about three hours in t...

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  • North Korean women suffer serious sexual violence by authorities, report says
North Korean women suffer serious sexual violence by authorities, report says

The US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) drew on interviews with more than 50 North Korean escapees to chronicle gruesome details of abuses perpetrated by civilian officials as well as security officers such as border guards. "The New York-based NGO's 86-page report, " 'You Cry at Night, but Don't Know Why': Sexual Violence Against Women in North Kor...

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  • Jamal Khashoggi's Body Dissolved After Dismemberment, Turkish Official Says
Jamal Khashoggi's Body Dissolved After Dismemberment, Turkish Official Says

Netanyahu said Israel was involved in French and Danish investigations this year of alleged plots by Iranian intelligence agencies to attack Iranian opposition figures in Europe. Saudi Arabia has faced a torrent of global condemnation over the killing of the royal insider-turned-critic. Khashoggi's family have denounced any suggestion the journal...

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  • Gunmen Target Coptic Christian Pilgrims in Upper Egypt | Trending
Gunmen Target Coptic Christian Pilgrims in Upper Egypt | Trending

Egyptian state television said security forces were on Friday afternoon still in pursuit of the attackers. The security source stressed the need for all media to abide by the official statements only, and avoid taking information from unverified social media sources.

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  • Police step up sex offender monitoring for Halloween
Police step up sex offender monitoring for Halloween

Agents with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections are working with local police departments to make random house checks, making sure offenders are following the rules. The site will present a map of the area with color-coded pins that indicate where a sex offender may live and what type of crimes they have committed.

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  • ‘Father of Taliban’ Maulana Samiul Haq Assassinated in Rawalpindi
‘Father of Taliban’ Maulana Samiul Haq Assassinated in Rawalpindi

Pakistani police and family of a top cleric Haq who was known as "father of the Taliban" has been killed in a knife attack in his bedroom at home in the garrison city of Rawalpindi. Last month, a high-level delegation from Afghanistan had called on Sami, known as the "Father of the Taliban", at Darul Uloom Haqqania and urged him to play a role in r...

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  • Jamal Khashoggi was strangled and then dismembered, Turkish prosecutor says
Jamal Khashoggi was strangled and then dismembered, Turkish prosecutor says

Mr Khashoggi's death has escalated into a crisis for Saudi Arabia , the world's top oil exporter, which at first denied any knowledge of or role in his disappearance on 2 October. Selvi claimed the prosecutor must know the location of Khashoggi's body because, he said, the 18 suspects had confessed. "It's an bad thing that took place", Pompeo ...

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  • Pakistan Supreme Court Acquits Asia Bibi of Blasphemy Charges
Pakistan Supreme Court Acquits Asia Bibi of Blasphemy Charges

A Christian woman who was sentenced to death in Pakistan eight years ago on blasphemy charges has been acquitted by the country's top court. Ms Bibi admitted arguing with the women, but always maintained she said nothing blasphemous and was innocent of the charges.

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