• Saudi coalition admits errors in Yemen strike
Saudi coalition admits errors in Yemen strike

The New York-based group said it spoke by phone to 14 witnesses, including nine children, who said that shortly before 8:30 a.m. on August 9, a bomb fell on the market in Dhahyan, a town north of Saada in Houthi-controlled northwestern Yemen, 60 kilometers (37 miles) from the Saudi border.

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  • Woman Smashes Windows, Runs Over Bus Driver In Road Rage Incident
Woman Smashes Windows, Runs Over Bus Driver In Road Rage Incident

When the driver of that vehicle tried to make contact with her at a red light, the woman "grew irate " and broke out into a verbal argument, according to the police report. He has bruises and scratches on his left elbow and pains on the left side of his hip. She has been charged with assault with a risky weapon, according to officials.

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  • Trump defends McCain response
Trump defends McCain response

In his remarks, Mr Obama echoed the sentiment of Ms McCain, noting that he had frequently sparred with the late senator during his presidency, but praising him as a patriot devoted to the United States and belief in the country as an unwavering symbol of good in the world.

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  • Texas Billboard To Display Anti-Cruz Trump Tweet
Texas Billboard To Display Anti-Cruz Trump Tweet

To highlight on this hypocrisy, USA Latinx , a political group dedicated to promoting Latinx candidates, launched a GoFundMe to put one of Trump's Cruz-bashing tweets on a billboard . For his part, Cruz once called Trump "a sniveling coward". 'Ted has my complete and total Endorsement, ' Trump said about his enemy-turned-ally. The President...

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  • Lula: Brazil’s jailed ex-chief barred from presidential race by electoral courtroom
Lula: Brazil’s jailed ex-chief barred from presidential race by electoral courtroom

Da Silva who once enjoyed wide spread popular support in Brazil had been convicted and incarcerated since April 2018 for receiving bribes. Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has been barred from Brazil's October presidential election by the country's electoral court despite easily leading in the polls - a ruling that adds uncert...

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  • FBI arrests five from New Mexico compound on firearms charges
FBI arrests five from New Mexico compound on firearms charges

Authorities say that Abdul-ghani, the deceased boy found at the property, initially was reported missing by his mother past year from Jonesboro, Georgia, after Siraj Ibn Wahhaj said he was taking the child to a park and didn't return. After he was resurrected, the boy would instruct them what corrupt institutions they needed to get rid of, which th...

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  • Death of Australian Sinead McNamara on superyacht in Greece investigated
Death of Australian Sinead McNamara on superyacht in Greece investigated

They ordered the boat to remain in dock at Argostoli , on the Ionian island of Kefalonia , until their investigation was complete and told crew members not... Ms McNamara was travelling in the seaside town of Pylos on the southwest coast of Greece . She had many who loved her: "Our souls were so perfectly aligned we were convinced we were the ...

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  • Google Denies Trump's Claim That It Ignored His Speeches To Congress
Google Denies Trump's Claim That It Ignored His Speeches To Congress

They also revealed anew his deep-seated frustration over not getting the credit he believes he deserves. Google's answer? The Internet Association , a trade group representing the largest social media and technology companies, fought back against the President's attack , alleging that conservative voices are now more prominent than ever due to s...

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  • Nigeria, China to sign $328 million agreement on ICT
Nigeria, China to sign $328 million agreement on ICT

FOCAC falls into the category of South-South cooperation, with the characteristics of pragmatic cooperation meant to strengthen consultation and expand cooperation, equality and mutual benefit, which are meant to promote both political dialogue, economic cooperation and trade, with a view to seeking mutual reinforcement and common development.

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  • No Canadian agriculture concessions in USA trade talks: USTR
No Canadian agriculture concessions in USA trade talks: USTR

Trump will need congressional approval to replace or change the details of NAFTA, the 1994 trade pact crafted by then-President Bill Clinton between Mexico , the USA and Canada. There was also a quote from the president that any new trade deal would be "totally on our terms". Continetti said the key to Trump's recent trade negotiations was co...

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  • Explosions at a Syrian military airport close to Damascus
Explosions at a Syrian military airport close to Damascus

The Syrian government has blamed Israel for previous attacks on the airport. The Syrian Arab Republic is preparing to chase out the jihadists from the governorate of Idleb (in the North-West of the country) where they have now gathered. Israel rarely acknowledges such strikes, but has recently targeted suspected Iranian posts inside Syria . Ea...

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  • Dutch police shoot suspect in stabbing at Amsterdam train station
Dutch police shoot suspect in stabbing at Amsterdam train station

Initially, police said the station, which is in the Dutch capital's historic canal-ringed city centre, had been evacuated and closed off to all rail traffic. Several police vehicles and ambulances were seen outside the large red-brick station as security officials and police officers stood guard wearing high-visibility vests.

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  • U.S. military to cancel $450m in Pakistan aid over terror groups
U.S. military to cancel $450m in Pakistan aid over terror groups

He said further funding stripped from Pakistan aid earlier this year brought the total withheld to $800m (£617m). It was our money which was spent on the country's participation in the U.S. Khan has repeatedly blamed Pakistan's participation in the USA -led anti-terror campaign for the surge in terrorism on home soil over the last decade and has vo...

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  • United States suspends $300 million in military aid to Pakistan
United States suspends $300 million in military aid to Pakistan

The Pentagon says it has suspended $300 milllion in military aid to Pakistan for not doing enough to battle terrorists groups inside its borders. Pompeo and the top USA military officer, General Joseph Dunford, are scheduled to visit Islamabad on September 5.

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  • United Nations panel calls on Suu Kyi to use her
United Nations panel calls on Suu Kyi to use her "moral authority"

On Wednesday, the Nobel committee said Ms Suu Kyi could not be stripped of the Peace Prize she was awarded in 1991.While it is acknowledged that the 73-year-old does not control the military, she has faced worldwide pressure to condemn the army's alleged brutality.

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  • Balloon poking fun at Mayor Sadiq Khan flies over London
Balloon poking fun at Mayor Sadiq Khan flies over London

A giant balloon in the form of Mayor of London Sadiq Khan flies over London in response to the Donald Trump baby balloon which took flight in July during the U.S. It featured the caption: "Are you beach body ready?" - which was criticised for promoting an unhealthy body image, prompting the ban. The London Mayor had angered Trump suppor...

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  • Uganda's pop star MP cleared to fly to United States for treatment
Uganda's pop star MP cleared to fly to United States for treatment

Before being arrested, Bobi Wine tweeted a gruesome picture of his driver, who he said had been shot dead by police thinking he was the MP. Police said the Mityana Municipality MP needed to get clearance from the director of criminal investigations.

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  • China s exports losing steam amid Trump s trade war report
China s exports losing steam amid Trump s trade war report

The report follows talks last week between the world's top two economies - the first on trade since they began exchanging tit-for-tat tariffs in July - ended with no breakthrough and will rekindle fears of a painful trade war. "The U.S.is now threatening China that it will levy additional tariffs on Chinese products, and China stands ready to str...

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  • U.S. ambassador: Victims in Amsterdam stabbing are Americans
U.S. ambassador: Victims in Amsterdam stabbing are Americans

The fact that Jawad S. had a German residency permit likely means he is one of the million-plus people who entered Germany under Angela Merkel's open borders policy. Afghan Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid issued a statement, calling on Muslims to attack Dutch troops and calling Wilders' plan "a hostile act by this country (the Netherlands) ...

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  • The memorial service honoring Senator John McCain
The memorial service honoring Senator John McCain

Donald Trump , who has mocked McCain in the past, did not attend the event. At the Washington National Cathedral on Saturday, McCain's daughter Meghan struggled to hold back tears and spoke about the passing of "American greatness ".

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