• Mueller Drops Most of Manafort’s Charges as Part of Cooperation Agreement
Mueller Drops Most of Manafort’s Charges as Part of Cooperation Agreement

Manafort made millions of dollars working for pro-Russian Ukrainian politicians before taking an unpaid position with Trump's campaign for five months. It's not clear whether Manafort will cooperate with Mueller's investigation as part of the deal. The charges include conspiracy against the United States and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

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  • Russian Federation holds biggest military drills since Soviet era
Russian Federation holds biggest military drills since Soviet era

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has described the drills as even bigger than the country's largest Cold War-era exercise called Zapad 1981 that put North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies on edge. In this photo taken from video provided by the Russian Defence Ministry Press Service on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, tanks roll during the milita...

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  • Russian wanted over novichok poisoning 'to break silence'
Russian wanted over novichok poisoning 'to break silence'

Yulia and Sergei were discovered slumped on a bench in a critical condition - with the nerve agent also poisoning courageous policemen Sgt Nick Bailey, and later residents Charlie Rowley and Dawn Sturgess. Britain also accused the two men of being officers from Russia's intelligence service. The Skripals spent weeks in hospital in a critical co...

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  • Google pulls Russian opposition leader's YouTube advert ahead of vote
Google pulls Russian opposition leader's YouTube advert ahead of vote

In Moscow the authorities rejected an application from Navalny's supporters to protest in the city centre, raising the possibility that the police may disperse the rally by detaining people, as they have often done in the past. Yekaterinburg comes the second with 183 people being detained . A lawyer for Navalny's Anti-Corruption Fund was arreste...

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  • 'Fake' Chemical Attack Filmed in Syria, Russian Military Claims
'Fake' Chemical Attack Filmed in Syria, Russian Military Claims

On Monday, the head of the United Nations humanitarian agency, Mark Lowcock, warned that Idlib could see "the worst humanitarian catastrophe, with the biggest loss of life of the 21st century". According to Dr Habib Khashouf, a member of the doctors' union in Idlib province, as of September 9, the number of internally displaced persons ( IDPs ) ...

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  • Obama tells voters to step up or 'things can get worse'
Obama tells voters to step up or 'things can get worse'

Obama argued that today's generation is the most diverse, "conditions that are ripe for exploitation by politicians who have no compunction and no shame about tapping into America's dark history of racial and ethnic and religious division".

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  • Millions Prepare For Potentially Catastrophic Florence
Millions Prepare For Potentially Catastrophic Florence

The large and powerful hurricane has prompted evacuation orders in North and SC and Virginia , as officials urge residents in coastal and low-lying areas to prepare for strong winds, a deep storm surge and a deluge of rainfall that could last more than 24 hours.

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  • 'Cowardly,' 'cry for help': Reactions to anonymous Trump official's op-ed
'Cowardly,' 'cry for help': Reactions to anonymous Trump official's op-ed

Actually, Guthrie's question was a softball, giving Woodward a chance to explain, somewhat confusingly, that his sources might be anonymous but the "incidents" are not. But the members of the Trump White House team are damaged by voluntarily working in Crazytown and many will have talked to Mr Woodward for reasons of self-preservation.

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  • North Korea group suggests USA withdraw forces
North Korea group suggests USA withdraw forces

The last time she was seen out and about was three months ago during the U.S. The parties are struggling to implement a 1-1/2 page document signed by Trump and Kim in June at the first-ever summit between sitting US and North Korean leaders.

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  • Gunman opened fire in Cincinnati, four including Andhra-man, dead
Gunman opened fire in Cincinnati, four including Andhra-man, dead

Perez is a USA citizen born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, family members said Thursday. Police do not know what why the shooter made a decision to open fire in the lobby of the skyscraper that houses the banks headquarters. The officers then entered the building, subdued the suspect and began to render aid to the victims, Isaac said. He said a wo...

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  • GoFundMe says they will give Johnny Bobbitt $400,000
GoFundMe says they will give Johnny Bobbitt $400,000

Several investigators searched the Burlington County home of Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico, who set up the fund to help Bobbitt after he spent his last US$20 to buy gas for McClure when her vehicle stalled on an I-95 overpass near Kensington past year.

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  • Brazilian presidential front-runner stabbed at campaign rally
Brazilian presidential front-runner stabbed at campaign rally

Under Brazil's campaign laws, Bolsonaro's tiny coalition has nearly no campaign time on government-regulated candidate ad blocs on TV and radio. Former environment minister Marina Silva and left-wing candidate Ciro Gomes each have 12 per cent.

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  • New wildfire rips through northern California
New wildfire rips through northern California

Additionally, he noted, more resources have been deployed to several new blazes in recent days, including the Sliger Fire in El Dorado County, which by Thursday that had consumed 104 acres and was at 45 percent containment. In Shasta County, the Delta Fire , which erupted Wednesday, has burned 15.294 acres and continues to grow, reported the U.S...

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  • Probe of NY Times after critical anonymous column
Probe of NY Times after critical anonymous column

If the person has a high-level security clearance, Trump said, "I don't want him in those meetings". One of President Trump's fiercest critics on daytime television - Whoopi Goldberg of ABC's "The View" - told her audience this week that he's been turned into a "victim" by The New York Times' anonymous hit-piece.

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  • North Korean posters no longer display anti-American slogans
North Korean posters no longer display anti-American slogans

Last month , Trump cancelled a planned trip by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Pyongyang . Also on Thursday, South Korean officials reported that Kim wanted to complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula by the end of Trump's term as president.

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  • Ceasefire talks fail as airstrikes target last rebel-held region in Syria
Ceasefire talks fail as airstrikes target last rebel-held region in Syria

In a statement Thursday on the eve of a meeting in Tehran of the presidents of Russia , Iran and Turkey , which supports Syria's opposition, the eight nations warned that a full-scale military offensive in Idlib would have "potentially catastrophic humanitarian consequences for civilians".

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  • Donald Trump: 'Virtually, It's Treason' that New York Times Published Op-Ed
Donald Trump: 'Virtually, It's Treason' that New York Times Published Op-Ed

The Times took what it called the rare step of publishing an opinion column by the official under an agreement to keep the author's name secret. "[Donald Trump] has a clear governing vision for the country and his record of results is remarkable".

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  • Several Dead After Shooting in Downtown Cincinnati
Several Dead After Shooting in Downtown Cincinnati

Cincinnati Police confirmed they were investigating an "active shooter/officer involved incident" at the 30-story building on Walnut Street, which houses the bank and several other companies, around 9:30 a.m. People in and around the building reported hearing a series of gunshots. Hamilton County deputies are searching the home where they beli...

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  • Korean officials talk in North's capital to set up summit
Korean officials talk in North's capital to set up summit

The team includes National Intelligence Service head Suh Hoon and Vice Unification Minister Chun Hae-sung. It will be Chung's second trip to North Korea in less than six months as he headed the same five-member delegation to Pyongyang in early March.

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  • Pompeo, Mattis hold talks with Indian counterparts
Pompeo, Mattis hold talks with Indian counterparts

A month later in Vietnam, at the annual summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, President Donald Trump championed India's role in the region-even though it's not a member of APEC-signaling that he was serious about accelerating strategic cooperation with India.

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