• Trump Calls Migrant Caravan a National Emergency
Trump Calls Migrant Caravan a National Emergency

Two days later, Trump threatened to order the military to shut down the U.S. -Mexico border. Trump meanwhile in a series of tweets asserted that "criminals and unknown Middle Easterners " are amid the crowd, for which he offered no evidence.

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  • 'Half million' rally in London for new Brexit vote
'Half million' rally in London for new Brexit vote

Khan said Saturday's protest was a "march for the future" for young Britons, including those who were too young to vote in Britain's 2016 Brexit referendum, when those who favored leaving the European Union won narrowly with 52 percent.

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  • Hurricane Willa Grows Rapidly off Mexico's Pacific Coast
Hurricane Willa Grows Rapidly off Mexico's Pacific Coast

Then Willa will make landfall along the southwestern coast of mainland Mexico on Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. Even at Category 4, Willa is "extremely dangeorus", forecasters warned , adding that it was likely to strengthen slightly into a Category 5 Monday morning.

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  • Trump says he's reducing Central American aid over migrants
Trump says he's reducing Central American aid over migrants

Geronimo Gutierrez, Mexico's ambassador to the USA, said his country had reason to believe that the migrant caravan from Honduras was not the result of a grassroots effort but was " politically motivated ". The migrants are generally fleeing poverty and insecurity in Honduras, where powerful street gangs rule their turf with brutal violence. He...

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  • Georgia police officer fatally shot near middle school; suspects run away
Georgia police officer fatally shot near middle school; suspects run away

Federal and State authorities are asking for the public's help in locating a man who is suspected of shooting and killing Gwinnett County, Georgia police officer Antwan Toney. Authorities said Toney had family members in California, though the exact location wasn't immediately known. Toney's killing is the first line-of-duty death in the county sin...

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  • Horrified shudder runs through Liberal Party
Horrified shudder runs through Liberal Party

After estimated preferences, Dr Phelps was close to holding 56 per cent of the two-party vote. She said asylum-seeker children needed urgent medical attention in Australia . If Phelps is confirmed the victor, she will join the cross bench, leaving Labor with 69 seats and the Coalition with 75 - one short of a majority. On the prospect of an ea...

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  • Dozens hurt in floor collapse at SC apartment party
Dozens hurt in floor collapse at SC apartment party

Slann sent residents of The Woodlands an email saying the floor in front of the clubhouse fireplace had collapsed during a party. The complex, which is about three miles away from Clemson University , includes both students and non-students.

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  • What's Nikki Haley really up to?
What's Nikki Haley really up to?

Haley's hilarious zing at Warren came after the Democratic presidential hopeful released the results of her DNA test in an attempt to validate her claims that she is Native American. Warren has in the past claimed to be part Cherokee, a claim that has led to criticism that she played up a thin claim to minority status in order to advance her acad...

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  • Meghan Markle Is Cutting Back Her Royal Tour Schedule
Meghan Markle Is Cutting Back Her Royal Tour Schedule

The former Suits star is still expected to travel to Fraser Island - which is the world's largest sand island and can be hard terrain for pregnant women - but it is thought she may not take part in as many engagements as originally planned.

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  • Saudi officials say Jamal Khashoggi died in a
Saudi officials say Jamal Khashoggi died in a "fist fight"

The Istanbul governor's office approved the protection on Sunday, Turkey's state-run media agency Anadolu reported. Speaking to supporters on Sunday in Istanbul, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey is seeking justice and that he will "go into detail" in a speech to ruling party members in parliament.

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  • Jordan says it won't renew peace treaty land deal with Israel
Jordan says it won't renew peace treaty land deal with Israel

Oraib al-Rantawi, a political analyst in Jordan's capital, Amman , said "the king saw the popular rejection against keeping this agreement with Israel, especially in the last few months where economic decline in the country has led to mass protests - and he wisely decided against it".

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  • India train disaster families protest over safety
India train disaster families protest over safety

Srivastava. A leaked letter indicated that the organisers - the family of a local Congress councillor - had also sought security arrangements at the venue where Punjab minister Navjot Sidhu and his ex-MLA wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu were expected.

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  • At least 17 dead and 101 injured as train overturns in Taiwan
At least 17 dead and 101 injured as train overturns in Taiwan

Some of the dead died as a result of cardiac arrest, while the injured are being treated in four different hospitals. It was travelling from a suburb of Taipei towards Taitung, a city on Taiwan's south-east coast. And in March 2003, a train derailed near a popular mountain resort, killing 17 people and hurting more than 100 people. The defense ...

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  • Newspapers Review: Over 130 injured on Gaza border with Israel, say dailies
Newspapers Review: Over 130 injured on Gaza border with Israel, say dailies

About it reports NV with reference to Reuters. He also had a message for demonstrators ahead of Friday's protest. Daoud Shehab, another member of the organizing committee of the marches, said officials were encouraging protesters to stay away from the border fence.

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  • Assange to sue Ecuador
Assange to sue Ecuador

WikiLeaks' lawyer, Baltasar Garzon, will be filing a case against the Ecuadorean government for violating the "fundamental rights and freedoms" of WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange by cutting off his communications with the outside world, the organization wrote on Twitter .

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  • 'At least 50' dead as train ploughs through festival crowd in India
'At least 50' dead as train ploughs through festival crowd in India

The people who were hit could not see or hear the train due to the exploding crackers. An officer in the police control room said that confirming the death toll was hard because body parts were scattered around the scene. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh ordered a magisterial inquiry into the incident after visiting injured and kin...

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  • Prince Harry flies solo on tour after pregnant Meghan steps back
Prince Harry flies solo on tour after pregnant Meghan steps back

Prince Harry's gracious speech at the Invictus Games opening ceremony on Saturday night managed to move the nation and the world as he gushed about wife Meghan Markle and their future baby. She said she was up at 4:30 am this am doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep. Speaking to The Mail on Sunday newspaper, the 74-year-old former l...

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  • Meghan Markle Shows Off Baby Bump in Australia
Meghan Markle Shows Off Baby Bump in Australia

Last month, Chopra said that Markle is "doing amazing" after taking on the role as the Duchess of Sussex . Kensington Palace says the couple has chose to slightly reduce Meghan's schedule "for the next couple of days" ahead of the final week-and-a-half of the tour.

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  • USA student in boycott case allowed to stay in Israel: court
USA student in boycott case allowed to stay in Israel: court

Israel's High Court of Justice ruled in Alqasem's favor on Thursday, and her attorneys said she subsequently left the airport and entered Israel. A day later and the three-judge panel upheld Alqasem's appeal against the ban, clearing the way for the 22-year-old to take her part in her studies.

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  • China and neighbours to hold maritime drill
China and neighbours to hold maritime drill

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met for almost 90 minutes, 30 minutes longer than scheduled, on the sidelines of an Asian security conference with his Chinese counterpart, Gen. "It's the attempt at ensuring that both countries and their militaries are engaged with the region", he added. Front and centre is China's military build-up in the South...

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