• Meghan Markle wows in tuxedo dress at Invictus Games closing ceremony
Meghan Markle wows in tuxedo dress at Invictus Games closing ceremony

On the second day of her royal tour when she went to Dubbo, Meghan wore a grey blazer from the tennis icon's collection. The super-extra gown that Lady Diana wore when she Wednesday Prince Charles in 1981 inspired a decade of puff-sleeved wedding dresses, while Kate Middleton's iconic 2011 Alexander McQueen dress brought long sleeves and lace b...

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  • Emergency declaration approved in CNMI for Super Typhoon Yutu
Emergency declaration approved in CNMI for Super Typhoon Yutu

With sustained winds of over 270 km per hour (168 mph) typhoon Yutu pulled down trees, telegraph poles and tore roofs from buildings as it passed through the chain of 15 islands, located more than 9,000 km west of the US mainland. "As its peak, the wind was constant and the sound horrifying". Even the plants were torn up, he said: "There are no...

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  • Russian Federation 'alarmed' by possible US-manipulated drone attack
Russian Federation 'alarmed' by possible US-manipulated drone attack

Russian news agencies reported Fomin's remarks Wednesday in Beijing. "It undertook manual control". In January, the Russian Defense Ministry said militants had used 13 armed drones to attack the two facilities. A Pentagon spokesman at the time said that "any suggestion that US or coalition forces played a role in an attack on a Russian base is ...

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  • Texans Voting Straight-Ticket Dem Find Votes for Beto Changed to Cruz
Texans Voting Straight-Ticket Dem Find Votes for Beto Changed to Cruz

U.S. Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke of Texas has spent more than any other U.S. politician this election cycle, according to newly released data from Facebook . Facebook archived about 1.7 million political or issue advocacy ads in that time. Proposition 112 would set minimum distance requirements for new gas and oil projects.

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  • Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting: At Least 8 People Dead After Gunman Opens Fire
Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting: At Least 8 People Dead After Gunman Opens Fire

Multiple casualties have been reported at the Tree of Life Or L'Simcha Congregation, according to the Associated Press, which cited a police official. The city's Carnegie Mellon University sent a text message alerting recipients of a police operation in the Wilkins and Shady avenues area, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette .

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  • Turkey's Erdogan expresses condolences to Khashoggi's family
Turkey's Erdogan expresses condolences to Khashoggi's family

US lawmakers have increased their pressure on the Trump administration, accusing the crown prince of ordering the killing. Haspel traveled to Turkey on Monday, apparently to assess information the Turks have collected on Khashoggi's killing inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul .

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  • Israel's Netanyahu pays surprise visit to Oman
Israel's Netanyahu pays surprise visit to Oman

Unusually, the trip was prominently highlighted in Oman's state media. Palestinians have been boycotting the Trump administration since it chose to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem earlier this year. Former Prime Minister Shimon Peres also hosted in 1995 the Omani Foreign Minister Yousef bin Alawi in Jerusalem . Israeli Prime Minister Benja...

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  • Supreme Court's Verdict On CBI Tussle: All You Need To Know
Supreme Court's Verdict On CBI Tussle: All You Need To Know

This may have worked for the government in the Supreme Court as its softer stance allowed it to defend what was being called an "illegal decision". It said the Centre and CBI should place before it in a sealed cover the list of decisions taken by Rao from October 23 till today.

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  • Authorities say suspicious package intended for Biden located in Delaware
Authorities say suspicious package intended for Biden located in Delaware

The news came after a suspicious package at Robert de Niro's NY restaurant was called in to police this morning. Police quickly rushed to the offices' location to evacuate the building, which was empty at the time, and inspect the package.

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  • Gaza rockets hit Israel after five Palestinians killed in border flareup
Gaza rockets hit Israel after five Palestinians killed in border flareup

IDF spokesman Jonathan Conricus said Saturday that Israel believes orders to launch the rockets came from Damascus with "clear involvement of Iranian Revolutionary Guards' Quds Force". The IDF says some 16,000 Palestinians protested along the border on Friday, with some hurling grenades and firebombs. The sides have fought three wars since Hama...

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  • Sri Lanka’s ex-president Rajapaksa sworn in as prime minister
Sri Lanka’s ex-president Rajapaksa sworn in as prime minister

In a surprising political development, the coalition party of the Sri Lankan government, United People's Freedom Alliance (UPFA) has chose to leave the National Government formed with the United National Party (UNP), UPFA General Secretary Minister Mahinda Amaraweera announced.

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  • Mail bomb targets were also pictured under rifle crosshairs on suspect’s van
Mail bomb targets were also pictured under rifle crosshairs on suspect’s van

Tensions are running high ahead of the November 6 elections that could shift the balance of power in Congress, which is now controlled by Trump's fellow Republicans. None of the devices detonated and no-one has been hurt. The devices were thought to have been fashioned from bomb-making designs widely available on the internet, a federal law enfor...

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  • Khashoggi incident ‘very painful, not justifiable’: Saudi crown prince
Khashoggi incident ‘very painful, not justifiable’: Saudi crown prince

Khashoggi for a chance to profit from the kingdom's vast wealth". "The incident that happened is very painful, for all Saudis. It was unnecessary", he said . The official has provided no corroborating evidence for this new version of events. This month, the heads of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund joined a boycott of the confer...

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  • California man using blowtorch to kill spiders starts house fire
California man using blowtorch to kill spiders starts house fire

Authorities say a man apparently set a California home on fire while using a blowtorch to kill spiders. Well this is something you wouldn't want to try at home. Thankfully, no one was injured or killed in the blaze. The Fresno Fire Department said the incident took place on Tuesday night at a house in the Woodward Lake housing development.

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  • Strong 6.8 magnitude quake strikes off Greece
Strong 6.8 magnitude quake strikes off Greece

Attention was focused on the island of Zakynthos, where reports indicated power was out. "We advise people to remain calm", Zante mayor Pavlos Kolokotsas told Real FM radio. Firefighters in Calabria, Puglia and Sicily received thousands of telephone calls seeking information about the quake. Zakynthos was all but destroyed in a 6.8 tremor in 19...

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  • We made bingo cards for tonight's Georgia gubernatorial debate
We made bingo cards for tonight's Georgia gubernatorial debate

In exclusive audio obtained from an attendee of the event at the Blind Pig Parlour Bar in Atlanta, Rolling Stone reported that Kemp was focused primarily on the numbers of Democratic voters who have turned out for early and absentee voting so far in the state.

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  • PM Modi To Begin 2-Day Visit To Japan On October 28
PM Modi To Begin 2-Day Visit To Japan On October 28

The two sides also signed an agreement on joint development of gas fields in the East China Sea-an initiative that was stalled in 2008, when tensions over islands, called Diaoyu by China and Senkaku by Japan, spiraled. The incident prompted anti-Japanese riots in China, and kicked off a frosty spell that has only recently begun to thaw. Until l...

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  • USA military may send up to 1,000 troops to Mexico border
USA military may send up to 1,000 troops to Mexico border

Despite raising Trump's ire, thousands of Central American men, women and children seeking to escape violence, poverty and government corruption in their home countries continued their journey toward the distant US border. The vice president called Honduras to get answers, and he got one. "The United States also has a message for those who are ...

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  • Jordan floods: Schoolchildren among 18 dead after bus swept away
Jordan floods: Schoolchildren among 18 dead after bus swept away

The Israeli military joined in the search, sending several helicopters from the Israeli Air Force's elite search-and-rescue Unit 669 across the border, the army said. Flash flooding was reported in the south due to heavy rainfall with police closing off Highway 90 by the Dead Sea, which flooded it. Mustafa al-Basaiah, the director general of th...

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  • Trump's Message To Caravan: 'Turnaround'
Trump's Message To Caravan: 'Turnaround'

The U.S. official was not authorized to speak publicly because not all details of the military arrangement had been worked out, and so spoke on condition of anonymity. Since entering Mexico at its southernmost tip, the group has advanced roughly 95 miles. It's not yet clear from reports if the 800 new troops will be from the National Guard or a...

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