• Leo, 2, shredded more than R15k, so why aren't his family angry?
Leo, 2, shredded more than R15k, so why aren't his family angry?

That's a fate that turned reality for Ben and Jackee Belnap when their 2-year-old son chose to have fun with the family shredder according to CBS affiliate CBS4Indy. It just may take a couple of years. Hope , and perhaps the money, may not lost for the couple. The football fan decided he wanted to pay them back for their kind gesture, and af...

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  • PH condoles with quake-hit Indonesia; to provide financial aid
PH condoles with quake-hit Indonesia; to provide financial aid

Aid has begun to arrive after the disaster, however the pace remained slow due to damaged infrastructure. After days of delays, global aid is slowly making its way to the disaster zone, where the United Nations says nearly 200,000 people need humanitarian assistance.

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"Shame on you!": Protesters, Democrats react to Kavanaugh confirmation

Even though the Kavanaugh hearings were high drama, the result was as many felt it was going to be: as long as the Republicans had the votes they needed, they were going to pass through the guy who at least can be relied upon to bring the keg to any Supreme Court party.

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  • Missing Interpol President Detained in China for Questioning
Missing Interpol President Detained in China for Questioning

The global Criminal Political Investigation (Interpol) chief Meng Hongwei allegedly went missing on Friday, October 5, after he went to China . "Interpol's General Secretariat looks forward to an official response from China's authorities to address concerns over the President's well-being, Interpol Secretary General Stock added in the statemen...

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  • Senate votes 'yes' to advance Kavanaugh nomination but outcome remains unclear
Senate votes 'yes' to advance Kavanaugh nomination but outcome remains unclear

A sharply partisan battle over his nomination became an intense political drama when university professor Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were in high school in Maryland in 1982. "He will be an illegitimate justice, and his confirmation will mark a point of no return for the Supreme Court's reputation as the ...

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  • Demonstrators Gather in Washington, Elsewhere to Oppose Kavanaugh Nomination
Demonstrators Gather in Washington, Elsewhere to Oppose Kavanaugh Nomination

Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington on September 4, 2018. "And that is hard". Steve Daines to stay at his daughter's Montana wedding on that day, rather than take an urgent private...

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  • Chicago Officer Convicted of Murder For Killing Laquan McDonald
Chicago Officer Convicted of Murder For Killing Laquan McDonald

The jury had eight men and four women, of those, seven were white, three Hispanic, one Asian-American and one African-American. Van Dyke continues to shoot when the 17-year-old is lying in the street. However, officers will not be in riot gear, because the force is anxious not to send a message that they are ready for a fight, Supt Eddie Johnson ...

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  • Key senators back Trump Supreme Court nominee
Key senators back Trump Supreme Court nominee

Kavanaugh has denied all the allegations. "The U.S. Senate doesn't control the Federal Bureau of Investigation ". Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris urged voters to keep the pressure on. Confirmation would hand Trump a clear victory and tip the balance on the court to a 5-4 majority in favor of conservatives in possible legal battles ahead over co...

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  • Narendra Modi invites Russian Federation to set up defence industrial park in India
Narendra Modi invites Russian Federation to set up defence industrial park in India

The two leaders reserved most of their time during Mr. Putin's brief 22 hour visit for one-on-one interactions, spending three hours at dinner on Thursday and almost two hours on Friday in intense talks on a wide range of bilateral and global issues.

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  • President Trump speaks out against protesters harassing senators
President Trump speaks out against protesters harassing senators

Trump is claiming, with zero evidence, that because the protests had some professional organization, like mass-produced signs, the protestors are "paid professionals" in the employ of George Soros , the Hungarian-born Jewish billionaire philanthropist and Holocaust survivor who sits at the core of many right-wing conspiracy theories .

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  • Murad spoke out about sexual violence from IS
Murad spoke out about sexual violence from IS

In 2016, at the age of 23 Murad was named United Nations goodwill ambassador and won the EU's Sakharov Prize for Human Rights . The Yazidi is a human rights activist. " Denis Mukwege is the helper who has devoted his life to defending these victims". Last year's prize was awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons...

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  • Ex-Malaysian PM's wife charged with money laundering
Ex-Malaysian PM's wife charged with money laundering

Rosmah Mansor , 67, who was in orange baju kurung and a matching selendang (shawl) and handbag, made the plea after all the charges were read out to her one by one by two court interpreters before judge Azura Alwi. Rosmah's penchant for designer accessories has been a theme on Malaysian social media, particularly an array of handbags estimated ...

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  • Morrison urges Labor to support GST deal
Morrison urges Labor to support GST deal

NSW Liberal Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said that without a guarantee in law there was a risk of other States being left behind. Minister for Women Kelly O'Dwyer says efforts to remove the tampon tax have endured a "tortured history" and she is glad it is finally gone.

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  • Police, AG targeted by Russian hackers
Police, AG targeted by Russian hackers

According to the DOJ, Russia also took aim at a USA -based nuclear energy company and a chemical weapons watchdog in The Hague, which was probing the March attack on former Russian double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in the United Kingdom.

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  • S.Korean minister proposes US-N.Korea tradeoff
S.Korean minister proposes US-N.Korea tradeoff

Trump last week slapped $200 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods and has accused Beijing of interfering in the upcoming USA election because of his hard line on trade. "This will mark the beginning of negotiations to transform" relations between the US and North Korea "through the process of rapid denuclearization of North Korea, to be completed by...

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  • John Paul Stevens Is Still Alive, Also Doesn't Think Kavanaugh Belongs
John Paul Stevens Is Still Alive, Also Doesn't Think Kavanaugh Belongs

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens said on Thursday that Brett Kavanaugh's behavior during the Senate hearing over allegations of sexual assault made by Dr. The Senate advanced Kavanaugh's nomination on Friday, setting up a final vote expected on Saturday. Perhaps sealing his fate as a liberal justice in the public imagination-...

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  • Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin Announces Support For Kavanaugh
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin Announces Support For Kavanaugh

Republican Sen. Steve Daines, right, will attend his daughter Annie's wedding, left, on Saturday in Montana. President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter , "Very proud of the US Senate for voting 'YES" to advance the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh!' Joe Manchin , D-W.

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  • Indonesia quake toll jumps as survivors grow more desperate
Indonesia quake toll jumps as survivors grow more desperate

A hospital ship is also due to arrive. A boy sits with items salvaged from the ruins of a family member's house in the Balaroa neighborhood in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Indonesia, Tuesday, Oct. Widodo, who faces reelection next year, insisted the military and the police were in full control. The death toll is expected to rise sharply, a...

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  • University bans clapping, suggests students use 'jazz hands' instead
University bans clapping, suggests students use 'jazz hands' instead

According to a September 28 issue of the university's newspaper, The Mancunion , the students' union passed a resolution that effectively banned clapping at student union events during the first Senate session. They said the SU is not applying the rule to events held there and is simply "to be encouraged at the Union's democratic events" which ...

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  • This is how many people have died taking selfies
This is how many people have died taking selfies

Researchers say that this can be caused by the fact that men and young people in general are more prone to risk. Selfie death count for India: 159 which is more than half of the rest of the world combined. They were reportedly taking a selfie at the time. 'But if that selfie is accompanied with risky behaviour then that's what makes the selfi...

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