• Trump rallies for Senate candidate after controversy in Mississippi
Trump rallies for Senate candidate after controversy in Mississippi

In an effort to get out the GOP vote and stifle any momentum Democrats may have leading into Tuesday's special election, Trump has organized a 5:30 p.m. "I always considered that a great compliment", he said. The nooses and signs were found outside the Capitol building after Mississippi news station WLBT received a tip Monday morning, communica...

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  • Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes
Mexico border WAR: '1,000 migrants rush vehicles' after violent clashes

Hundreds of people were peacefully protesting near the USA border in Tijuana, chanting that they aren't criminals , when a smaller group broke off and headed toward the border fence. Days before, Guerrero reported that mothers in the caravan she had spoken to had told her that the feared "certain unruly men", such as those who had previously pro...

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  • Ex-Trump campaign chair lied, broke plea agreement: Mueller
Ex-Trump campaign chair lied, broke plea agreement: Mueller

Mueller said in the filing that after signing the plea agreement: "Manafort committed federal crimes by lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Special Counsel's Office on a variety of subject matters ". The president's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, entered into a plea deal with Mueller, while Trump's longtime pers...

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  • Taiwan rejects same-sex marriage in referendum
Taiwan rejects same-sex marriage in referendum

Taiwan television stations reported a high turnout, with some polling stations in parts of Taipei and Kaohsiung remaining open past the advertised closing time. The government earlier said Saturday's referendums would not affect it bringing in the changes required by the court ruling . According to the Referendum Act (公民投票法) a result in favor ...

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  • Russian Federation 'fires on and seizes Ukraine ships'
Russian Federation 'fires on and seizes Ukraine ships'

Tensions surfaced on Sunday after Russia tried to intercept the three Ukrainian ships - two small armoured artillery vessels and a tug boat - in the Black Sea, accusing them of illegally entering Russian territorial waters. The Kerch Strait is the only passage into the Sea of Azov beyond it. To the west of that strait is Crimea; to the east, Russ...

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  • At least 28 dead after bus plunges into canal in India
At least 28 dead after bus plunges into canal in India

The accident took place in VC Nagar near Kanakanamaradi of Pandavapura taluk in Mandya district which is 105km away from Bengaluru . Following the accident locals and police rushed to the spot to carry out rescue work. "Deeply pained by theincident, he has prayed to God to give strength to the familiesof the deceased to help them bear the loss...

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  • Storm strands U.S. holiday travelers, more than 1,240 flights canceled
Storm strands U.S. holiday travelers, more than 1,240 flights canceled

Strong winds and snow are expected to create blizzard conditions across much of Nebraska and parts of Kansas on Sunday. In Lincoln, 3 inches was recorded. "Please take all necessary precautions, including altering travel plans to leave early or asking yourself if your trip can wait", said Illinois Transportation Secretary Randy Blankenhorn in a new...

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  • Roger Stone Associate Jerome Corsi is in Plea Negotiations With Mueller
Roger Stone Associate Jerome Corsi is in Plea Negotiations With Mueller

The right-wing writer and former Infowars editor said on his namesake radio show last week that he expects to be indicted by Mueller for lying to investigators, although he insisted he had committed no wrongdoing. "#CrookedHillary." WikiLeaks began releasing Podesta's emails on October 7, 2016. It's also not known if any plea by Corsi signals a n...

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  • Migrant caravan: Mexican officials deny U.S. border deal
Migrant caravan: Mexican officials deny U.S. border deal

It would be a "short-term solution", said Sanchez Cordero, a member of new President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's administration. Trump said on Twitter late Saturday that migrants at the border wouldn't be allowed into the US until their claims were heard in court, a process is usually lengthy.

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  • Karachi attack: Two dead in attack on Chinese consulate
Karachi attack: Two dead in attack on Chinese consulate

They also allege that Pakistani forces more harshly targeted their separatists, even peaceful activists, under the pretext of protecting Chinese assets in the area. The sources said that Achchu is one of the key commanders of BLA chief Dr Allah Nazar. He added that one of the attackers was wearing a suicide vest and that authorities would try and...

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  • My hug worked: Navjot Sidhu on Pakistan opening Kartarpur corridor
My hug worked: Navjot Sidhu on Pakistan opening Kartarpur corridor

Less than 24 hours after India and Pakistan reached an agreement over the opening of Kartarpur corridor, Delhi has strongly protested against the harassment and denial of access to Indian High Commission officials while accompanying Sikh pilgrims in Pakistan.

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  • Holstered gun stops bullet from injuring police officer in Chicago hospital shooting
Holstered gun stops bullet from injuring police officer in Chicago hospital shooting

Sue Jimenez, the manager of Kozy's Cyclery bike shop near the hospital, said she heard multiple gunshots separated by pauses. That poor woman getting off the elevator, he shot her. The shooting took place yesterday afternoon at the near-South Side hospital. BRYAN: As Lyons and other hospital patients and employees looked for cover, the man went...

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  • Mexicans Protest Central American Migrants in Tijuana
Mexicans Protest Central American Migrants in Tijuana

US officials briefly shut down one of the world's busiest border crossings Monday to set up concrete blocks and barbed wire as Central American migrants arrive. Redeployment is the military term for when troops have completed their mission and return to their home base. Less than an hour before Nielsen's arrival a man tried to swim into the USA b...

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  • One dead following shooting at Alabama mall
One dead following shooting at Alabama mall

The shooting occurred following a fight between an 18-year-old and the 21-year-old shooter according to police. A 12-year-old girl described by police as a bystander also was shot once, but it's unclear by whom, Rector said . Police tell Al.com that the suspect is dead following an officer-involved shooting. "We were fortunate that that Hoov...

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  • Varadkar: EU and United Kingdom would need a ‘no-deal Brexit deal’
Varadkar: EU and United Kingdom would need a ‘no-deal Brexit deal’

This week both the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, and the country's foreign minister, Josep Borrell, made clear they would not sign off on the UK's draft withdrawal agreement on Sunday if Article 184 within the text was not modified to make clear that negotiations on the future of the EU-UK relationship would not include Gibraltar .

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  • Trump Answers Mueller’s Questions on Russian Interference
Trump Answers Mueller’s Questions on Russian Interference

Trump's answers were in response to questions that "dealt with issues regarding the Russia-related topics of the inquiry", Jay Sekulow, another lawyer for Trump, said . Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani also issued a statement. Trump told Fox News in an interview that aired Sunday that he was unlikely to answer questions about obstruction, s...

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  • China's Xi visits Philippines to deepen ties with US ally
China's Xi visits Philippines to deepen ties with US ally

The first Chinese president to go on a state visit in the Philippines in 13 years, Xi emphasized friendship between the two countries in his statements in Manila , saying it was " the only right choice " for both sides. While Western governments have sharply criticized Duterte's brutal crackdown against illegal drugs, China has not. The poll s...

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  • Trump blasts judge's ruling blocking asylum restrictions, predicts Supreme Court win
Trump blasts judge's ruling blocking asylum restrictions, predicts Supreme Court win

Nielsen , the Department of Homeland Security has a documented pattern, practice, and policy of turning asylum-seekers away from official ports of entry at the US border with Mexico, thus pushing many asylum-seekers to cross the border without authorization in order to reach relative safety".

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  • Trump jokingly warns pardoned turkeys of recounts, subpoenas
Trump jokingly warns pardoned turkeys of recounts, subpoenas

Students and veterinarians will take care of them; the public can visit the turkeys and learn about the university's various programs. But both Peas and Carrot will be spared from a holiday feast fate. The White House held an online contest to determine which bird should be pardoned. The first documented turkey pardon was given by President John...

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  • Devotees throng Indian flashpoint temple, but no women
Devotees throng Indian flashpoint temple, but no women

However, no women have yet tried to approach the site ahead of a hearing next week at the Supreme Court of a motion announced late Friday by the board managing the temple site. Elsewhere, life was disrupted following the dawn-to-dusk shutdown called by Hindu outfits over the preventive detention of Hindu Aikya Vedi state president K P Sasikala...

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