• Boise’s Jewish community invites you to help honor the Pittsburgh shooting victims
Boise’s Jewish community invites you to help honor the Pittsburgh shooting victims

They included Rose Mallinger , age 97, and couple Sylvan and Bernice Simon , both in their 80s. Bob Jones , head of the FBI's Pittsburgh office, said that worshippers "were brutally murdered by a gunman targeting them simply due to their faith", though he cautioned the shooter's full motive was not yet known.

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  • Indonesian rescue boats search for Lion Air plane
Indonesian rescue boats search for Lion Air plane

There were 188 people on board, including passengers and crew. Indonesia has a troubling airline safety history, with the Lion Air crash just the latest in a series of accidents. Preliminary flight tracking data from Flightradar24 shows the aircraft climbed to around 5,000 feet (1,524 m) before losing, and then regaining, height, before finally f...

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  • Facebook blocks Iran-linked bid to sway US, British politics
Facebook blocks Iran-linked bid to sway US, British politics

Recall that in September 2018 hacker attack on the social network Facebook has affected almost 50 million accounts. Around one million accounts followed at least one of the now-deleted pages, while around 25,000 accounts joined at least one of the groups.

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  • Brazil takes to the polls for second round of presidential election
Brazil takes to the polls for second round of presidential election

Bolsonaro's sons to Brazil's House and Senate, respectively, critics like Jose Paulo Bandeira, a political scientist at Rio de Janeiro Federal University, are already warning of what they view as nepotism and oligarchy. "I see a Brazil of high tension, polarization, animosity, conflict, fake news - in a word, with rising tensions", Mr.de Almei...

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  • Fewer air pollution deaths? Thank a regulation. | A\J - Canada's Environmental Voice
Fewer air pollution deaths? Thank a regulation. | A\J - Canada's Environmental Voice

The PM2.5 (presence of particles in the air with a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometres) was recorded at 179. Sunil Dahiya, Senior Campaigner at Greenpeace India, expressed concern over the deteriorating air quality in the city and urged authorities to take action.

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  • White House prepares to break nuclear weapons treaty
White House prepares to break nuclear weapons treaty

Andrei Belousov, deputy head of the Department of Nonproliferation and Arms Control at the Russian Foreign Minister, raised concern over future conflict between the USA and Russia , stating that Moscow will defend its territorial integrity and principles in response to U.S.

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  • Man arrested on suspicion of trying to steal 1215 Magna Carta
Man arrested on suspicion of trying to steal 1215 Magna Carta

Only four copies of the Magna Carta exist in the entire world, and Salisbury Cathedral's version is the best-preserved one. While the Magna Carta is considered a foundational document to the idea of the freedom of citizens, it does not guarantee citizens' freedom to handle the Magna Carta.

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  • Willa could get a second life as this year's first nor'easter
Willa could get a second life as this year's first nor'easter

The first snow of the season had been observed in Rowe, in the northwest part of the state, before 7 a.m., according to the weather service. The storm system is expected to move north Friday into the Carolinas, bringing heavy rain and wind to Wilmington, North Carolina, an area hard-hit by Hurricane Florence last month.

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  • Korea finds likely war remains during joint border demining
Korea finds likely war remains during joint border demining

The two Koreas have been demining the area to ensure safety ahead of a joint project to retrieve war remains from April to October next year. They plan a seven-month joint excavation for war remains next year. About 28,500 USA troops are deployed in South Korea to deter potential aggression from North Korea. Earlier this week, South Korean tr...

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  • Militia offers to help stop caravan raise concern at border
Militia offers to help stop caravan raise concern at border

But on Friday, a resilient crowd in Arriaga said "thank you" before adding that they were still 'heading north! for the border. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced that his government would offer support to people from the so-called migrant caravan who agree to apply for asylum in Mexico .

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  • Trump has called
Trump has called "the worst thing that happened to Russia"

If Putin accepts the new invite, it would be the third time he has visited the White House . Mr Putin and Mr Trump held a summit in Helsinki in July amid sharp differences over the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and allegations of Russian meddling in the USA 2016 presidential election.

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  • Florida man arrested in string of bomb packages
Florida man arrested in string of bomb packages

CNN said Friday morning that multiple law enforcement sources confirmed the man's arrest in South Florida . The devices are thought to have been fashioned from crude, bomb-making designs widely available on the Internet. On Friday, postal officials intercepted the package for Clapper, a CNN contributor, before it could reach the CNN o...

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  • Saudi handling of Khashoggi murder was 'a total fiasco', Trump says
Saudi handling of Khashoggi murder was 'a total fiasco', Trump says

Reports emerged about a Saudi-hit squad killing and dismembering the journalist - allegedly on the orders of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Meanwhile, U.S. On Tuesday, Trump called the shifting stories over Khashoggi's fate - the crown prince initially said the journalist left the consulate on this own - " one of the worst in the history ...

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  • Children Injured As Knife Attacker Storms Chinese School
Children Injured As Knife Attacker Storms Chinese School

The attack at the Xinshiji Kindergarten in the outskirts of Chongqing occurred around 9.30 am local time, when the children were returning to their classes. Authorities denied rumors on social media that two children died, according to the BBC . They have usually been carried out by people seeking revenge against officials or individuals, or...

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  • Mail bomb suspect: active Trump supporter with criminal record
Mail bomb suspect: active Trump supporter with criminal record

The mail bombs have been sent in recent days to political opponents of President Donald Trump . In the hours before his arrest, as federal authorities zeroed in and secretly accumulated evidence, Cesar Sayoc was in his element: spinning classic and Top 40 hits in a nightclub where he'd found work as a DJ.

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  • Agent posing as developer may have paid for Gillum dinner
Agent posing as developer may have paid for Gillum dinner

He has denied the remark was a reference to Gillum's race. "The mayor was invited by Peter Leach to a meeting at his office to learn about some of the work he was doing to advance wrap-around social services in schools and housing developments", Gillum's chief of staff, Jamie Van Pelt, told the Tallahassee Democrat a year ago.

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  • Mattis Says Khashoggi Killing Could Destabilize Middle East
Mattis Says Khashoggi Killing Could Destabilize Middle East

Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir speaks during the second day of the dialogue. Riyadh's numerous shifting accounts of the killing have undermined Prince Mohamed's stance in the West. Prince Mohamed, who casts himself as a reformer, has said the killers will be brought to justice. "You need to show this body", Erdogan ins...

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  • Queen Elizabeth Mourns Loss of Whisper the Corgi Dog
Queen Elizabeth Mourns Loss of Whisper the Corgi Dog

Vets were called to Windsor Castle last week after his condition worsened, and Whisper passed away. A source revealed to the Mail: "Whisper was a friendly chap and followed her everywhere. It has been reported that Her Majesty The Queen has lost another corgi, Whisper, whom she took in past year following the death of Whisper's master, ex-San...

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  • Senator Wants DOJ Investigation Into Avenatti, Kavanaugh Accuser
Senator Wants DOJ Investigation Into Avenatti, Kavanaugh Accuser

Joseph diGenova, who served as USA attorney for the District of Columbia in the 1980s, told LifeZette that the Department of Justice (DOJ) rarely follows through on criminal referrals from Congress. He noted that the referral is not meant to allege a crime by Avenatti or his client Julie Swetnick . "Grassley has just made a major mistake". When ...

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation displays military might to Russian Federation in giant Norway exercises
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation displays military might to Russian Federation in giant Norway exercises

It will one of the largest military exercise held by the alliance after the Cold War as Deutsche Welle reported . A Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) contingent of approximately 2000 personnel are now in Northern Europe to participate in Exercise Trident Juncture 2018 , NATO's largest exercise in recent years.

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