• Colorado man killed wife in a
Colorado man killed wife in a "rage" after she strangled daughters

It's worth noting that Watts has not been charged as of yet, even though he was previously booked on three counts each of first-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence. When Shanann Watts , 34, and her children, Celeste , 3, and Bella , 4, were reported missing last Monday by a family friend, Watts' husband, Chris Watts , spoke to re...

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  • Malcolm Turnbull: Under-pressure Australia PM drops climate policy
Malcolm Turnbull: Under-pressure Australia PM drops climate policy

Who can even remember having a Prime Minister that actually served out their term, like the leaders of legend? "Now there's a call for nominations". Sky News said Turnbull will stand for the leadership again and would be challenged by Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton .

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  • Australia's Malcolm Turnbull survives leadership challenge
Australia's Malcolm Turnbull survives leadership challenge

Turnbull threw all leadership positions in the Liberal Party open early Tuesday, inviting challengers to nominate themselves for party leader. Australia's election is set to be held in the middle of next year. "He (Mr Turnbull) looks like he's in panic mode", a "senior figure" involved in the campaign against the Prime Minister told the newspap...

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  • Turnbull 'holds crisis meeting' amid calls for Dutton to challenge leadership
Turnbull 'holds crisis meeting' amid calls for Dutton to challenge leadership

He said the leading conservative has "no intention of challenging Malcolm Turnbull .but if you have other information directly from the horse's mouth, then you can say so". It has been widely reported that Dutton is still considering a challenge. "For the prime minister just to trot out, you know, at a press conference, and say 'here we go, here...

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  • Attack on police station in Catalonia investigated as a terrorist act
Attack on police station in Catalonia investigated as a terrorist act

Police say at this stage there is no evidence linking those attacks with the incident on Monday. Police said that as a precaution they evacuated the apartment block where the suspect lived, about 200 metres from the police station, before bomb disposal experts, forensic teams and sniffer dogs began a search of the premises.

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  • Separated by war, Korean families meet after decades apart
Separated by war, Korean families meet after decades apart

More than 130,000 South Koreans have signed up for a reunion since the events began but majority have since died. Most have had no word on whether their relatives are still alive because they are not allowed to visit each other across the border or even exchange letters, phone calls or emails.

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  • Trump says he ‘won’t let’ social media target conservatives
Trump says he ‘won’t let’ social media target conservatives

Finally - Trump likes the carrot but he's not afraid of the stick - are two warnings that this censorship is not going to be tolerated any longer: "we won't let that happen" and "that can not be allowed to happen". Despite Trump's remarks about preserving "good and bad" speech, its worth remembering that the regularly rails against speech he do...

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  • Air quality to worsen as smoke returns
Air quality to worsen as smoke returns

Environment Canada warned that some of the particulate matter is small enough to "easily penetrate indoors" and said infants and seniors were among the people most likely to feel respiratory symptoms. The fire was discovered July 27 and has since grown to almost 85,000 hectares, or slightly larger than the City of Calgary. Smoke from fires in Briti...

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  • New Zealand politician cycles to hospital to give birth
New Zealand politician cycles to hospital to give birth

Ms Genter and her partner Peter Nunns cycled to the hospital because there wasn't enough room in the vehicle for the support crew, she said. Genter, a Green MP and keen cyclist, chose pedal power for Sunday's one kilometer (0.6 miles) journey from her home to Auckland City Hospital for the delivery.

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  • Turkey: Shots fired at US embassy
Turkey: Shots fired at US embassy

Embassy early this morning", embassy spokesman David Gainer said in a statement, according to NBC News . Turkish media reports say shots were fired at a security booth outside the U.S. The diplomatic stand-off has sent the Turkish currency into free fall against dollar, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowing to emerge victorious out of the...

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  • Taliban takes over 100 hostage in Afghanistan
Taliban takes over 100 hostage in Afghanistan

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani declared a provisional three-month ceasefire with the Taliban in a televised broadcast Sunday, a move welcomed by Washington but yet to receive a reply from the militants themselves. Afghan security forces battled the militants inside the city for five days, as the US carried out airstrikes and sent advisers to help th...

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  • British woman survives 10 hours in sea after falling off cruise ship
British woman survives 10 hours in sea after falling off cruise ship

Kay Longstaff survived 10 hours in the ocean. A statement from the Norwegian Cruise Line said a guest fell overboard while the ship was on its way to Venice. He added: 'We were extremely happy for saving a human life'. The 46-year-old woman, who only identified herself as Kay in a brief interview with Croatian TV station HRT after the coast gua...

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  • Over 2 million Muslims begin annual haj pilgrimage
Over 2 million Muslims begin annual haj pilgrimage

One app will also translate hajj sermons into five languages. But he was able to join about 2 million Muslims, including 1.68 million from overseas, flooding Mecca's narrow streets for the annual rite which starts on Sunday. No matter their race or nationality, for every pilgrim hajj begins with "ihram", the donning of an all-white outfit. ...

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  • Trump military parade plans unravel over costs
Trump military parade plans unravel over costs

The federal government typically reimburses the District for a large share of the security and logistical costs for such events. As for those "local politicians", D.C.'s mayor, Muriel Bowser , responded to Trump's attacks. Mattis himself said late Thursday that he had seen no such estimate and questioned the media reports. Estimates earlier ...

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  • James Comey Contradicts Giuliani: ‘Truth Exists and Truth Matters’
James Comey Contradicts Giuliani: ‘Truth Exists and Truth Matters’

GIULIANI: No, it isn't truth. "Look, I am not going to be rushed into having him testify so that he gets trapped into perjury", Giuliani said. "When you tell me that [Trump] should testify because he's going to tell the truth and he shouldn't worry, that's so silly - because it's somebody's version of the truth".

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  • Qatar extends Rs 34.89 cr aid for flood-hit Kerala
Qatar extends Rs 34.89 cr aid for flood-hit Kerala

She lives in the town of Chengannur in Alappuzha district. Fingers crossed, Kerala has taken the first tentative steps towards a long march to normality and what is beginning to look like an arduous rehabilitation challenge thrown by floods that have claimed 370 lives since May-end.

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  • Short sentence recommended for former Trump campaign adviser
Short sentence recommended for former Trump campaign adviser

Mueller did "not take a position with respect to a particular sentence" for Papadopoulos but recommended incarceration within the zero-to-six-month guidelines, according to a sentencing memo filed Friday. Mr Papadopoulos has admitted lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his contacts with Professor Joseph Mifsud. "The defendant's c...

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  • MANAFORT MAYHEM: Judge Ellis Receives DEATH THREATS, Now Traveling with US MARSHALS
MANAFORT MAYHEM: Judge Ellis Receives DEATH THREATS, Now Traveling with US MARSHALS

But President Donald Trump has expressed a keen interest in Manafort's fate as he seeks to publicly undermine Mueller's probe. The jury concluded deliberations around 5:30 p.m. At the same time , though, the length of deliberations could simply mean that the jury is carefully going through each count, reviewing the evidence, and reaching a d...

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  • United States of America imposed new sanctions: Russian Federation was under attack
United States of America imposed new sanctions: Russian Federation was under attack

North Korea seems to be demand the USA agree to declare a formal end to the Korean War in exchange for surrendering a list of its nuclear stockpile and related facilities as a way of guaranteeing its regime security. The remittances contained alcohol, tobacco and related products with cigarettes, said the source and added that the trade of those go...

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  • White House counsel has spent 30 hours with Mueller probers
White House counsel has spent 30 hours with Mueller probers

President Donald Trump speaks to reporters upon his departure from the White House in Washington, U.S., August 17, 2018. As well as collusion, the special counsel is scrutinising whether there were any attempts by the president to obstruct justice.

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