• Iranians hold funeral for victims of Ahvaz terror attack
Iranians hold funeral for victims of Ahvaz terror attack

Militants disguised as soldiers opened fire on an annual Iranian military parade in the southwestern city of Ahvaz. A video distributed to Iranian media showed soldiers crawling on the ground as gunfire blazed in their direction. She told CNN: "You've got a lot of rhetoric coming from Rouhani". Senior commanders of the IRGC have said the A...

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  • Accuser of US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to testify next week
Accuser of US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to testify next week

The woman who had accused Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has agreed to testify in Congress next week, her lawyer said Saturday. "Senate Republicans went from looking accommodating and generous to looking like they are getting played unless they see this as stalling and a delay tactic".

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  • Babies, 2 Adults Stabbed At Queens Day Care
Babies, 2 Adults Stabbed At Queens Day Care

The suspect, identified as a 52-year-old woman, was found in the basement of the home with self-inflicted cuts on a wrist, according to the station. One adult female had multiple stab wounds on the torso, while the adult male had stab wounds to the leg.

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  • Brexit was sold by 'liars': European Union leaders reject May's plan
Brexit was sold by 'liars': European Union leaders reject May's plan

Theresa May , however, speaking outside the informal summit, said a Conservative government would not permit a second referendum on Brexit . "We will propose today there is an extraordinary summit in November and if the member states support this, it will happen".

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  • Taiwan police arrest Cody Wilson, gun rights activist wanted in U.S.
Taiwan police arrest Cody Wilson, gun rights activist wanted in U.S.

A lawyer for Wilson and representatives of the Austin Police Department were not immediately available for comment. Troy Officer said Wednesday that his department is working with national and global law enforcement agencies to find Wilson, whose last known location was Taiwan's capital, Taipei.

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  • Rod Rosenstein denies he proposed secretly recording Donald Trump
Rod Rosenstein denies he proposed secretly recording Donald Trump

He said there is also other reports Rosenstein did say such things while meeting with then-Deputy FBI Director Andy McCabe and FBI attorney Lisa Page, but that he was "joking". "When he was interviewed by the Special Counsel more than a year ago, he gave all of his memos - classified and unclassified - to the Special Counsel's office", the statem...

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  • Cruz Leads O'Rourke In Latest Poll
Cruz Leads O'Rourke In Latest Poll

The Reuter's poll defies a similar study released by Quinnipiac University on Tuesday that showed Cruz opening a wide 9-point advantage over O'Rourke. O'Rourke in Austin on September 29. The buy is roughly half what his campaign spent for a week of English-language ads on two stations in Dallas during the same span.

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  • Donald Trump urged Spain to build a wall along the Sahara desert
Donald Trump urged Spain to build a wall along the Sahara desert

Mr Trump is said to have retorted: "The Sahara border can't be any bigger than our border with Mexico". The White House did not immediately respond to ABC News request for comment. Mexico has refused and funding for the wall remains mired in Congress amid opposition from Democrats. Spain has seen over 30,000 migrants and refugees arrive by...

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  • Inter-Korea Progress Has US Ready to Resume North Korea Talks
Inter-Korea Progress Has US Ready to Resume North Korea Talks

South Korean President Moon Jae-in shakes hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after signing the joint statement in Pyongyang, North Korea , September 19, 2018. "He's calm, I'm calm - so we'll see what happens", Trump, who a year ago threatened to destroy North Korea, told reporters. Described by the South Korean presidential office as a...

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  • Trump Hints of More Declassifications in Russia Probe
Trump Hints of More Declassifications in Russia Probe

The president has also ordered the Department of Justice to release text messages from several major players in the Russian Federation investigation without redaction, including Ohr, former FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok , former FBI attorney Lisa Page, former FBI Director James Comey , and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McC...

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  • Middleton Police Respond To Reports of Active Shooter
Middleton Police Respond To Reports of Active Shooter

No details on the situation have been released by authorities. She didn't have any other information about the shooting but said it was "totally unexpected". "We have a good group". NBC 15 spoke to employees who work at a building next door who said they saw employees running from the neighboring building.

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  • Avenfield Case: IHC suspends jail term of Nawaz, Maryam, and Safdar
Avenfield Case: IHC suspends jail term of Nawaz, Maryam, and Safdar

The convictions are still under appeal with the same court, but the judge said they should be freed immediately while the case continues. Sharif's release comes a week after the death aged 68 of Kulsoom, his wife of 47 years, who had been battling cancer in a London hospital.

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  • Rain, floods still in Florence's forecast — WHAT'S HAPPENING
Rain, floods still in Florence's forecast — WHAT'S HAPPENING

The smell of cracked pine trees wafted through hard-hit neighborhoods. Desperate for gas to run a generator at home, Nick Monroe waited in a half-mile-long (.8 kilometre-long) line at a Speedway station even though the pumps were wrapped in plastic.

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  • Gender war politics grip Senate over Kavanaugh accusation
Gender war politics grip Senate over Kavanaugh accusation

His letter to Ford's lawyers says his committee's hearing on her allegations of sexual abuse will begin Monday morning. Hill's allegation Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her — and the committee's handling of his confirmation hearings — haunts Washington as a key event that alienated many women.

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  • Kavanaugh fights back in new statement: 'This is a completely false allegation'
Kavanaugh fights back in new statement: 'This is a completely false allegation'

Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill says she's "deeply troubled" by allegations raised by Christine Blasey Ford . Ford is willing to appear before Congress, and Conway urged the Senate Judiciary Committee to hear her testimony under oath.

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  • Trump orders public release of Russian Federation documents
Trump orders public release of Russian Federation documents

About 30 members of Congress of both parties have had access to FISA applications related to the investigation. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired McCabe in March after the Justice Department's internal watchdog found he leaked information to reporters and misled investigators about his actions.

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  • Imran Khan is a Pakistan Army’s puppet, says VK Singh
Imran Khan is a Pakistan Army’s puppet, says VK Singh

They are the Bengalis and Afghans who are living in Pakistan, he said, adding that "These immigrants have lived here for decades, their children were born here, but they don't have identity cards and passports", he said. Meanwhile, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also said that India and Pakistan have to move forward keeping realitie...

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  • London Mayor Sadiq Khan joins call for second Brexit referendum
London Mayor Sadiq Khan joins call for second Brexit referendum

Keir Starmer, Labour's Brexit spokesman, said any EU deal must meet Labour's key Brexit tests, which include delivering the "exact same benefits" as Britain now has inside the single market and customs union. The British government will have to experience its "darkest hour" and stare into the abyss of a no-deal Brexit before it will cave in to Brus...

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  • Barack Obama Says Not Voting in the 2018 Midterm Elections Is 'Dangerous'
Barack Obama Says Not Voting in the 2018 Midterm Elections Is 'Dangerous'

House in southern California last weekend. The Cleveland rally comes less than a week after Obama's fiery rebuke to Trump in that IL speech, calling the 2018 elections a "pivotal moment" with "dire" consequences for the country. Brown is being challenged by former Republican Congressman Jim Renacci. "Cordray will destroy your state", Trump said...

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  • Trump aide says sex claim against Brett Kavanaugh should be heard
Trump aide says sex claim against Brett Kavanaugh should be heard

In a statement on Friday, Kavanaugh denied the reported allegations that while at a party during his time in high school, he pushed a woman into a room, locked the door to the room along with another male and tried to take off the woman's clothes.

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  • Brooklyn: Huge fire breaks out in NY shopping mall vehicle park
Brooklyn: Huge fire breaks out in NY shopping mall vehicle park

The FDNY tweeted about the injuries: "None are life-threatening". Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the responding firefighters suffered from heat exhaustion and smoke inhalation. AmNY later reported that 17 people, including 15 firefighters, were injured. The mall opens at 10am and was closed to the public when the fire began.

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  • Trump Falsely Claims 3000 Puerto Ricans Did Not Die After Hurricane Maria
Trump Falsely Claims 3000 Puerto Ricans Did Not Die After Hurricane Maria

Trump recently went on another Twitter rampage, this time lying about his recovery efforts for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and Irma. In recent tweets , Donald Trump has questioned the legitimacy of these death toll numbers, accusing Democrats of lying to make him look bad.

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  • Border Patrol agent arrested in Texas as a suspected serial killer
Border Patrol agent arrested in Texas as a suspected serial killer

One of the victims was a transgender woman, said Webb County District Attorney Isidro Alaniz . "We do consider this to be a serial killer ", he said. "It's interesting that he would be observing and watching as law enforcement was looking for the killer, that he would be reporting to work every day like normal", Alaniz said.

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  • KAVANAUGH SPEAKS: Trump's Court Pick BREAKS SILENCE on Feinstein's Letter
KAVANAUGH SPEAKS: Trump's Court Pick BREAKS SILENCE on Feinstein's Letter

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley , R-Iowa, land Sen. Until now, Kavanaugh has been widely viewed as on a glide path toward confirmation, and it is unclear whether Ford's account will change that. Republicans criticized her decision to withhold the allegations during Kavanaugh's Senate confirmation hearings. "Judge Kavanaugh's b...

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  • Swimmer Killed in Rare Cape Cod Shark Attack
Swimmer Killed in Rare Cape Cod Shark Attack

The beach was closed to swimmers but the type of shark involved in the attack is not yet known. Mr Booth said the attack victim and his friend were boogie-boarding when the attack happened. He's still recovering from his puncture wounds in a Boston hospital. "We've been surfing all morning right here and they were just further down", she said...

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  • Eliud Kipchoge Breaks Marathon World Record in Berlin
Eliud Kipchoge Breaks Marathon World Record in Berlin

In the German capital on Sunday, Kipchoge had just a handful of pacemakers for company from the early stages of the race. Kipchoge kept up the pace to sprint through the Brandenburg Gate and complete a world record run that cements his reputation as one of the greatest runners of all time.

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  • Donald Trump Signs Executive Order On Election Meddling
Donald Trump Signs Executive Order On Election Meddling

The order, according to administration officials, is broad in terms of who and what can be sanctioned. The move comes less than two months before the 2018 midterm elections, and just weeks after Dan Coats , Trump's director of national intelligence, warned of a "pervasive messaging campaign by Russian Federation to try to weaken and divide the...

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  • 'The police dropped the ball' - Cele on 'war zone' crime stats
'The police dropped the ball' - Cele on 'war zone' crime stats

Asked about the discrepancies in heists‚ and questions by criminologists over the figures of certain crimes‚ police spokesperson Brig Vish Naidoo‚ said their data is accurate and is based on what was reported to parliament's portfolio committee on police.

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  • Boston neighbourhoods evacuated as gas blasts destroy homes
Boston neighbourhoods evacuated as gas blasts destroy homes

Gas service was shut down by the company to roughly 8,000 customers. Gas utilities have come under heightened scrutiny in recent years for an aging network of pipelines that critics say are not being properly inspected and maintained, posing a growing risk to public safety.

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  • Bakersfield Shooting Spree: 6 Dead, Including Gunman, in Possible 'Domestic Violence Incident'
Bakersfield Shooting Spree: 6 Dead, Including Gunman, in Possible 'Domestic Violence Incident'

The man then drove to another residence where he shot dead two more people. As the deputy drew a weapon and confronted him, the gunman shot himself fatally in the stomach, Youngblood said. The suspect then shot himself in the chest and died at the scene. Youngblood said the shooting spree began about 5:20 p.m., when the unidentified suspect...

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  • Skripal poisoning suspects not criminals: Putin
Skripal poisoning suspects not criminals: Putin

Britain last week charged two alleged agents of Russia's military intelligence agency in absentia with the nerve agent poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury. Putin and Russian Federation have vehemently denied having anything to do with the poisoning. Ms Sturgess died while Mr...

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  • Trump Blames ‘Inaccessible’ Puerto Rico for Hurricane Deaths of 2975 - Internet Explodes
Trump Blames ‘Inaccessible’ Puerto Rico for Hurricane Deaths of 2975 - Internet Explodes

All told, about 1,800 people died in that 2005 storm. The Commander-in-Chief reiterated remarks Wednesday morning, defending his administration's handling of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico despite the massive loss of life. @FEMA has had/known about this water - as have many of us here in Puerto Rico - since early 2018. The report also found...

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  • McConnell predicts Senate vote on Kavanaugh in last week of September
McConnell predicts Senate vote on Kavanaugh in last week of September

During the hearings on his nomination to the D.C. Circuit a few months after the Miranda news broke, Kavanaugh actively hid his own involvement, lying to the Senate Judiciary Committee by stating unequivocally that he not only knew nothing of the episode, but also never even received any stolen material.

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  • Flight 93 'Tower of Voices' Memorial Dedicated on Eve of 9/11 Anniversary
Flight 93 'Tower of Voices' Memorial Dedicated on Eve of 9/11 Anniversary

Almost 3,000 people died on 11 September 2001, when other planes were flown into New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon in an attack planned by al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden . 'We are here to pay solemn tribute to the passengers and crew members who rose up, defied the enemy...and changed the course of American history. A man looks a...

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  • Russian Federation includes China in biggest war games in decades
Russian Federation includes China in biggest war games in decades

NATO , which will hold its own military exercises next month, has denounced the Russian drills as "exercising large scale conflict" - but Moscow says it's just routine. Eighty warships are taking part and the Russian fleet is deploying several frigates equipped with Kalibr missiles - the same type that been used in Syria.

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  • Trump cancels Ireland visit
Trump cancels Ireland visit

The Irish Government had been heavily criticised for the planned visit. Trump announced in August that he would travel to Ireland as part of a trip to attend the November 11 commemoration in Paris of the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War One.

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  • NAFTA talks to resume after late-night Canada-U.S. chat
NAFTA talks to resume after late-night Canada-U.S. chat

Recent reports suggest that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may make some concessions on the dairy front, such as opening up access to the Canadian market for U.S. There was no deal reached Friday and the senior Canadian delegation is leaving Washington to return home, a Canadian government official said, speaking on condition of anonymity...

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  • Seven Wounded in Paris Knife Attack
Seven Wounded in Paris Knife Attack

Two British tourists were among those injured, broadcaster BFMTV and Le Parisien newspaper reported. The area is popular with locals and tourists, who frequent the cafes, cinemas and other cultural venues along its banks. Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo thanked police for arresting the man and the petanque players who intervened. Four people were inj...

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  • Woman blows off fingers after mistaking dynamite for candle
Woman blows off fingers after mistaking dynamite for candle

Home Depot was closed. The woman was taken to the hospital, officials said. But she accidentally lit a stick of dynamite, and suffered severe injuries, police told CBS Boston . It was later detonated and disposed of by state police. It is against the law to have dynamite or fireworks in the state of CT, but police aren't pressing charges.

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  • North Korean military parade a 'positive statement', Trump says
North Korean military parade a 'positive statement', Trump says

US President Donald Trump's threats of "fire and fury" and North Korea's pledge to turn the US into a "sea of fire" however never materialised - and now Trump and Kim seem to be buddies. It comes at a sensitive time as the United States and South Korea try to engage the North in a process they hope will eventually lead to it giving up its nuclear...

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