• Blocking Meddling from China, Russia Among ‘Top Priorities’ of US Government
Blocking Meddling from China, Russia Among ‘Top Priorities’ of US Government

In February, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office indicted Concord Management and Concord Catering for an alleged criminal and espionage conspiracy to tamper with the 2016 USA presidential elections . Justice Department officials believe she helped manage the finances of Project Lakhta, a branch of the Kremlin's foreign influence operations. ...

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  • Mexico deploys hundreds of riot police as migrants near
Mexico deploys hundreds of riot police as migrants near

President Trump has threatened to close the Southern U.S. border , and Mexico deployed 500 federal police to divert a crisis. Fox News reported on Thursday that Mexico and the United States had reached a deal on how to handle the migrant caravan .

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  • Russian Federation terror attack: Explosion at college kills 13 and injures 50
Russian Federation terror attack: Explosion at college kills 13 and injures 50

The Investigative Committee, Russia's top crime investigation agency, eventually said all the victims died of gunshot wounds. Authorities said they are investigating whether Roslyakov had accomplices or whether he was acting "under the influence" of another person or group.

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  • Fed officials discussed hiking rates to 'restrictive' level
Fed officials discussed hiking rates to 'restrictive' level

In an with Fox Business anchor Trish Regan, the president complained the Fed was behaving too independently and " raising rates too fast". We have to trust that they are the experts and are doing what is right, long term, for the economy.

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  • Israel's Supreme Court overturns deportation of U.S. student
Israel's Supreme Court overturns deportation of U.S. student

Lawyers for Lara Alqasem, center, who was denied entry to Israel because of alleged support for a boycott campaign, say the Supreme Court has accepted her appeal and will allow her study at Hebrew University, where she had been registered for classes.

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  • Caravan migrants massing at Mexico border bridge
Caravan migrants massing at Mexico border bridge

As a caravan of thousands of Central American migrants inched closer to Mexico's southern border, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo began a day of meetings here, devoted in part to how those migrants could be stopped before reaching the United States.

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  • Saudi Arabia transfers $100m to State Department as Khashoggi crisis deepens
Saudi Arabia transfers $100m to State Department as Khashoggi crisis deepens

The Washington Post published the final column from journalist Jamal Khashoggi - who was allegedly tortured and killed inside Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul . Pompeo said. Khashoggi left Saudi Arabia after the kingdom's government banned him from using Twitter and pressured the popular Arabic newspaper Al-Hayat to cancel his column...

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  • Jamal Khashoggi disappearance: USA asks Turkey for recording evidence
Jamal Khashoggi disappearance: USA asks Turkey for recording evidence

A team of Turkish investigators searched the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for a second time as part of a probe into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi , according to an Agence France-Presse (AFP) correspondent. Several vehicles with Saudi diplomatic number plates were filmed by CCTV cameras moving from the consulate to the reside...

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  • Palestinians slam U.S. decision to close al-Quds consulate
Palestinians slam U.S. decision to close al-Quds consulate

The Trump administration and the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu retreated from a commitment to a two-state outcome in early 2017. embassy of Jerusalem that will service Palestinians through a special "Palestinian Affairs Unit". Typically, the head of a consulate, known as a consul general, reports to the ambassador, who h...

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  • Russians to 'Go to Heaven' in a Nuclear Attack, Putin Says
Russians to 'Go to Heaven' in a Nuclear Attack, Putin Says

Commander Sean Robertson, a Pentagon spokesman, said they have not received any proof of the large number of hostages. Vladimir Putin has said Russian Federation will deploy new state-of-the-art missiles "within months", putting the country ahead of its rivals in the West.

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  • Here's What You Need to Understand About Pocahontas Warren's DNA Results
Here's What You Need to Understand About Pocahontas Warren's DNA Results

The percentages that have been reported range from 1/64 to 1/1,032 Native American. Elizabeth Warren , nor does he seem in any way inclined to break with his longstanding tradition of backing away from a debt. Trump lamented that he would not be able to call Warren " Pocahontas " anymore because of the test, but he added, "If you don't mind, I'l...

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  • CARAVAN CRISIS: 'Migrant Caravan' Continues to Grow, Heads Towards USA
CARAVAN CRISIS: 'Migrant Caravan' Continues to Grow, Heads Towards USA

On Wednesday, the president also threatened to cut USA aid to the Northern Triangle countries - Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador - saying "all payments made to them will STOP (END)!". Trump did not elaborate on his threats to send soldiers to the border today. The news comes as families entering the United States illegally have reached a recor...

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  • Italy splurges on welfare in new budget
Italy splurges on welfare in new budget

If it backs down and lets the Italians implement a budget in violation of rules it has set out, it risks a backlash from other eurozone countries which have abided by budget rules, often to their detriment. While the 2.4 percent deficit projected for 2019 is well below the EU's 3 percent limit, it is up sharply from a targeted 1.8 percent this year...

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  • Dozens feared dead as train runs over crowd in India
Dozens feared dead as train runs over crowd in India

Pratap Singh Bajwa says the victims were watching fireworks during a religious festival on Friday. Shocked and deeply saddened by the tragic train incident that occurred in Amritsar . Sub Divisional Magistrate Amritsar I Rajesh Sharma said 50 bodies have been found and at least 50 injured have been admitted to a government hospital.

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  • BlackRock and Blackstone CEOs withdraw from Saudi conference
BlackRock and Blackstone CEOs withdraw from Saudi conference

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was dispatched to Riyadh, while in Istanbul, a team of investigators searched the consulate. Khashoggi, a Saudi national and USA resident who became increasingly critical of powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has not been seen since he walked into the Istanbul consulate to sort out marriage paperwork ...

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  • Tweets reveal cynical goals of Russia, Iran
Tweets reveal cynical goals of Russia, Iran

Twitter has published data on information operations from Russian Federation and Iran since 2016. Russian Federation and Iran have both denied accusations that they attempted to influence U.S. The group was indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. In a blogpost, the company said the datasets contain all the accounts and content associat...

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  • Canada Legalizes Cannabis, Prepares to Collect Taxes
Canada Legalizes Cannabis, Prepares to Collect Taxes

The end of marijuana prohibition is a watershed moment for Canada, but it comes with a lot of questions about how this will actually play out across the country. What about previous pot charges? Why did they legalize it? "We're doing it because we know it's not good for our children", Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on the ev...

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  • No progress at Brexit summit, talks continue
No progress at Brexit summit, talks continue

A spokesperson for Downing Street said a meeting was not possible. "And in those circumstances there would be no need for any proposal of this sort and I'm clear that I expect the implementation period to end at the end of December 2020".

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  • India’s R&AW trying to kill me says Sri Lankan President Sirisena
India’s R&AW trying to kill me says Sri Lankan President Sirisena

The president, however, did not give details of how India was involved in the plot and several cabinet ministers were aghast at his claim, the report said. The press release concluded by claiming that "some parties with vested interests were resorting to spread malevolent manipulations detrimental to the existing good relations between the two co...

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  • Twitter Explodes After 'Psychopath' Donald Trump Cheers Body-Slamming Of Reporter
Twitter Explodes After 'Psychopath' Donald Trump Cheers Body-Slamming Of Reporter

Trump was speaking at a rally in Missoula, Mont., where the president was campaigning for a Republican challenger to Sen. "I had heard that he body slammed a reporter ", Trump said, recalling that he learned of the incident while on a visit to Rome.

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