• Yemen buries children killed by air strike, Riyadh insists raid
Yemen buries children killed by air strike, Riyadh insists raid "legitimate"

In a statement on Monday, Lt. Cmdr. The city is the stronghold of the Houthi militia, which is backed by Iran and has seized much of northwest Yemen, including the capital, Sanaa. The Arab states initially said the air strike on the bus was a "legitimate military action" against missile launchers, carried out in accordance with worldwide huma...

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  • As China denies detention allegations, state media backs Xinjiang crackdown
As China denies detention allegations, state media backs Xinjiang crackdown

It was printed after Gay McDougall, vice-chair of the committee, said on Friday: 'In the name of combating religious extremism and maintaining social stability (China) has changed the Uighur autonomous region into something that resembles a massive internment camp that is shrouded in secrecy , ' Gay McDougall, vice-chair of the committee, said...

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  • Manafort's defense rests after calling no witnesses
Manafort's defense rests after calling no witnesses

Judge T.S. Ellis denied a motion by the defense to dismiss some of the charges pertaining to loans made to Manafort. Judge Ellis asked Mr. Manafort if he wished to testify on his own behalf, but the political strategist replied, "No, Sir".

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  • 266 injured as pier collapses in Spain during festival (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
266 injured as pier collapses in Spain during festival (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Over 300 injured as pier collapses in Spain during festival (PHOTOS, VIDEO) More than 300 people have been injured after a wooden pier collapsed into the water during a Spanish festival in the town of Vigo . Authorities have confirmed the launch of an investigation to determine if the city or other organization is responsible for the mai...

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  • Hundreds of Pennsylvania 'Predator Priests' Named
Hundreds of Pennsylvania 'Predator Priests' Named

As the most senior sitting bishop to be named in the report , and having served for so long as the head of a diocese as prominent as Pittsburgh , it was widely expected that Wuerl would be singled out for special attention by the report, and by the state's Attorney General, Josh Shapiro.

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  • 22 dead in Italy after motorway bridge collapses
22 dead in Italy after motorway bridge collapses

Helicopter footage uploaded on social media showed lorries and cars stranded on either side of the 50m high collapsed section of the Morandi Bridge , which was built on the A10 toll motorway in the 1960s. "It was really an apocalyptic scene, I couldn't believe my eyes", he said. At least 35 people were killed when a bridge collapsed in Italy, po...

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  • Rescue efforts underway in Idlib, Syria
Rescue efforts underway in Idlib, Syria

The blast took place in Sarmada district, where civilians displaced from the northern Homs province live, White Helmets director in Idlib Mustafa Haj Youssef said. Rebels have lost swathes of the territory they once controlled in Syria to regime forces over the last few months, including three areas that had been designated as "de-escalation zone...

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  • Man crashes plane into own house after fight with wife
Man crashes plane into own house after fight with wife

Spencer Cannon of the Utah County Sheriff's Office said. While the plane departed from an airport in Utah, authorities would not specify which one. He flew directly to his neighborhood and smashed into his house, Sandoval said. The house, located in an upscale suburban area, was intact but badly burned over the front. Payson Police are resp...

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  • Former Mayor Of London Boris Johnson Reacts To Westminster Terrorist Incident
Former Mayor Of London Boris Johnson Reacts To Westminster Terrorist Incident

He was stopped by a police who told him there had been an incident and the area was being cleared. "The vehicle drove at speed into the barriers outside the House of Lords". Hours before Trump, other media outlets were reporting on statements by the London Metropolitan Police that the incident was being treated as a terror attack.

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  • Harley boycott would be 'great'
Harley boycott would be 'great'

U.S. president Donald Trump backs riders who boycott Harley Davidson on overseas production shift and denounced the company's plan to shift some production abroad. He said "we should boycott Fake News CNN " on Twitter past year, and he reposted a message calling for a boycott of the NFL for failing to take more severe action against player...

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  • Vienna is the world's most liveable city
Vienna is the world's most liveable city

The global league table ranks 140 cities on a range of factors, including political and social stability, crime, education and access to healthcare. "Although it was overtaken by Singapore in the rankings for the first time past year, Hong Kong has now surpassed its regional rival, albeit with only a marginal difference of 0.1% overall".

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  • Democrats' hopes to take House could stumble in Minnesota
Democrats' hopes to take House could stumble in Minnesota

Seventy-nine percent of independents said that Pelosi should be replaced, while 91 percent of Republicans said House Democrats should pick a new leader. "Now she is the number one albatross around the Democrats' necks", Chaffetz said, adding the only reason Pelosi is still a leader in her party is because she has been successful at fundraising.

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  • Caspian nations agree on division of oil and gas spoils
Caspian nations agree on division of oil and gas spoils

Iran, in particular, has long resisted determining the Caspian a "sea" because Iran's corner of the Caspian is the deepest, saltiest and least resource-rich. The deal provides a means of delimiting national boundaries in the sea whose underground energy resources are estimated at 50 billion barrels of oil and just under 300 trillion cubic feet (8.4...

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  • United States ambassador urges UK to pull out of Iran nuclear deal
United States ambassador urges UK to pull out of Iran nuclear deal

Iran's Foreign Affairs Ministry said they were not informed of any plans by the Iraqi Prime Minister to visit Tehran. Iranian government spokesman Saad al-Hadithi declined to comment. dollars, trade in gold and other precious metals as well as its automotive sector. The statute also blocks the effects of United States court actions in Europe and ...

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  • VIDEO of deadly Genoa bridge collapse aftermath shows destroyed cars, building damaged
VIDEO of deadly Genoa bridge collapse aftermath shows destroyed cars, building damaged

Italy's Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said the bridge collapse looked like an "immense tragedy ". A bridge was constructed in 1960s as part of the A10 toll motorway. The moment shocked residents who can be heard in the video screaming "Oh my God". Rescue dog and sonar teams have joined emergency crews at the scene of the collapse on the...

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  • Italy refuses safe harbour to charity ship carrying migrants
Italy refuses safe harbour to charity ship carrying migrants

The rubber dinghy was taking in water when it was found, however, all migrants were rescued by an AFM patrol vessel. Migrants are seen resting on board the MV Aquarius rescue ship run by SOS Mediterranee organisation and Doctors Without Borders during a search and rescue (SAR) operation in the Mediterranean Sea, off the Libyan Coast, August 12,...

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  • Pedestrians hurt as auto hits barrier at United Kingdom parliament, man arrested
Pedestrians hurt as auto hits barrier at United Kingdom parliament, man arrested

Police have arrested a man and cordoned off the area. There is no ongoing chase. A number of people were injured after a vehicle collided with security barriers outside London's Parliament building on Tuesday (Aug 14), police said. Images posted to social media showed a suspect surrounded by officers being led away from the vehicle in handcuffs. ...

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  • South & North Korea to hold summit in Pyongyang in September
South & North Korea to hold summit in Pyongyang in September

Leaders from North and South Korea announced a scheduled third summit Monday, with both governments agreeing to meet in September to discuss the denuclearization of the peninsula and a potential end of their decades long conflict. The North has voiced frustration with the slower-than-expected pace in progress on those fronts. Another possible a...

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  • Trump signs defense policy bill with watered-down China measures
Trump signs defense policy bill with watered-down China measures

Trump later made a reference to McCain at a political fundraiser in Utica, New York, knocking him - as Trump does repeatedly - for voting against a bill to repeal parts of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare reform law a year ago.

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  • Tim Scott Praises Trump's Steps in a 'Better Direction' Since Charlottesville
Tim Scott Praises Trump's Steps in a 'Better Direction' Since Charlottesville

McAuliffe was governor when white nationalists marched through Charlottesville and clashed with counterprotesters, ultimately killing one of them, 32-year-old Heather Heyer, who was struck by a vehicle driven by a suspected white nationalist.

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