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Jeremy Corbyn asks Boris Johnson to resign after Supreme Court verdict

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A man wearing a giant Boris Johnson mask, dressed as a prisoner, outside the Supreme Court in London , where judges have ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's advice to the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks was unlawful. But he refused to call an immediate vote of no-confidence in Boris Johnson's government - or commit himself one way or another to Britain's future membership in the European Union . Read More »

Trump Calls CNN’s Chris Cuomo ‘Fredo’ at the United Nations

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The still-secret "urgent" complaint was filed by a member of the US intelligence community and allegedly involves Trump's discussions with a foreign leader. With some viewers even suggested that Giuliani may have incriminated himself. "Look [ing] into allegations that related to my client, which tangentially involved Joe Biden in a massive bribery scheme", Giuliani stated. Read More »

California officials tell everyone to stop vaping right now

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Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said on Tuesday he would request the Public Health Council to order a four-month ban on the sale of all vaping products in the state. "We are seeing something that we have not seen before", said Dr. Charity Dean, Acting State Public Health Officer. Declaring a public health emergency, Gov. Read More »

Trump says transcript of Ukraine conversation to be released

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Here's a look at the charges, who the Jewish players are and what the stakes could be. Earlier in the day, the president announced that he would release the full transcript of a call he had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky , following an anonymous whistleblower's allegations of impropriety during the conversation. Read More »

'Media is lying' about Amazon devastation, says Brazil's Bolsonaro

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Bolsonaro reiterated that during his four-year term in office, no new indigenous lands will be created in Brazil, since they already occupy nearly 14 per cent of the national territory. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro delivers a speech during the appointment ceremony of the new heads of public banks, at Planalto Palace in Brasilia on January 7, 2019. Read More »

Investigator Says FAA Training Inspectors Weren't Qualified

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The investigators found that several FAA aviation safety inspectors (ASIs) were not properly trained to "certify pilots or to assess pilot training on procedures and maneuvers" after a whistleblower raised concerns. "Based on information provided by the whistleblower and material obtained via an ongoing investigation, this also included safety inspectors assigned to the 737 MAX, " the OSC said in a statement. Read More »

Quake in Pakistan today leaves at least 19 dead

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According to the IMD, the quake measured 6.3 on the Richter Scale and hit the Pakistan-India Jammu and Kashmir Border region at 4:31 pm. The quake sent people of affected areas scurrying into the streets. A citizen also shared a harrowing video of the quake and the damage it caused to roads. Mirpur, a city known for its palatial houses, has strong ties to Britain and the majority of its 450,000 residents carry both British and Pakistani passports. Read More »

PM meeting with PM Khan of Pakistan: 23 September 2019

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In the present case, just a day before his conversation with Mr Khan, he attended a rally in Texas, patiently listening as India's prime minister fulminated against Pakistan to the raucous applause of the Indian diaspora. after the 9/11 attacks, saying the previous governments "should not have pledged what they could not deliver". "What possible benefit is Pakistan going to have now sending in terrorists when there are 900,000 security forces there?" Kashmir has been an open issue for 72 ... Read More »

Trump campaign using impeachment as part of fundraising push

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The decision to impeach Trump would overturn the 2016 decision by voters to elect Trump as President. More importantly, so is Nancy Pelosi - and she might just end up running Democrats into the side of an electoral mountain if she guesses wrong on Ukraine-Gate. Read More »

Modi is 'Father of India', brought India together

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He said he believed that Prime Minister Imran and Prime Minister Modi would "get along when they get to know" each other. "President Trump and my American friends, I am only saying 'Everything is fine!' in different languages of India", and further stressed that India's diversity is the country's strength. Read More »

EU court rules in favor of Google on search engine issue

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In the end, though, the court found that European Union law on the issue did not seek to have the " right to be forgotten " extend beyond its borders. Other delisted links include pages about a former politician involved in a drug scandal because it disclosed his home address and other pages about convictions for rapes, sexual abuse and aiding and abetting terrorism because the offenders had served their sentences. Read More »

Spanish court to rule on divisive Franco exhumation

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Socialists in Spain have long pushed to have the Valley of the Fallen refashioned into a memorial for the roughly half a million people who died during the civil war. The government needs a Madrid lower court judge to lift a suspension order he placed last February on the permit to begin excavation at the mausoleum, following a petition on behalf of the Franco family. Read More »

WORLD44 mins ago 8 Newborns Killed In Hospital Fire

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According to the civil defense, 76 people have been rescued, including 11 infants, 37 women, and 28 hospital workers. Though there has been no official report on the cause of the fire , local media reported that it was due to an electrical malfunction. Read More »

Trump complains he deserves Nobel Prize during meeting with PM Imran

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And he actually said, "would you like to be a mediator, or arbitrator", and I said "where?', and he said 'Kashmir", because this has been going on for many, many years. Earlier, addressing a press talk with Imran, the U.S. president noted that Kashmir's was a complex issue that had been going on for a long time, but emphasised that arbitration could not be carried out unless both parties involved welcome it. Read More »

President Trump To Address UN General Assembly

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While Trump wants allies to join the U.S.in further isolating Iran , he also seems to be holding to his go-it-alone strategy of using economic sanctions to pressure Tehran to give up its nuclear program and stop attacks that are rattling the Middle East. Read More »

It is a misconception that sign languages are primitive: Linguist

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The communiqué reads in part: "The Association and its allies wishes to thank the United Nations, under the leadership of the Secretary General, Anthonis Guteras, for ensuring that the rights of the deaf are recognised by state parties through the ratification and domestication of the United Nations Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities which Nigeria is a signatory". Read More »

Hong Kong cleans up after latest violence ahead of Oct

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Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests , now in their fourth month , have often descended into violence late in the day and at night. Demonstrators and police were locked in a stand-off outside the mall in the early evening when protesters set fire to rubbish and dried plants from a nearby park. Read More »

Bus accident kills 23, injures 18 in Pakistan

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Emergency has been imposed in the district headquarters hospital and the injured are being shifted there, Farak added. The ISPR says they were also taken to the CMH in Gilgit . Indian Blooms News Service reported the death toll at 27, including 10 Pakistan Army officials, and 15 injured. The Babusar Pass road is frequently used by tourists as it remains open from the end of June to October every year. Read More »

Climate change race can be won, says United Nations chief

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Fouad called on the worldwide community to face climate change impacts, stressing that Africa is the most vulnerable continent to climate change impact, as Africa witnessed around 1,000 natural disasters that affected the lives of 200 million people and killed 400,000 others. Read More »

Man dies, 5-year-old girl survives in apparent subway leap

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She was crying and calling for her father, who was pronounced dead on the scene. A police source told the New York Post , "It's unbelievable that she's alive". "I'm a mom, and this devastated me like insane", one woman told WPIX . The child wasluckily not hit by the train but was taken to Jacobi Medical Center to be treated for minor scratches. Read More »

Deadly unrest breaks out again in West Papua

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Yesterday's protest came days after Indonesian authorities managed to get the province under control after weeks of violent protests against alleged racism. Police say they investigated the claim and found it was not true. Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged the public not to fall for baseless rumours created to destabilize the country. Read More »

Iran's Zarif raises prospect of new nuclear agreement with Trump

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Zarif, meanwhile, took issue with what he called the prevailing view that war could be imminent, in reference to the recent US move to send more troops to Saudi Arabia. But the three leaders in the statement reaffirmed their solidarity with Saudi Arabia, who together with the U.S. have insisted that Iran was behind the attack. Read More »

Macron To Meet Trump, Rouhani To Push Mediation Efforts

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Trump said it was an "urgent moral duty" for world leaders to stop crimes against faith, release prisoners of conscience and repeal laws restricting religious liberty. Tensions between Washington and Tehran spiked after a Saudi Arabia oil field was partially destroyed in an attack that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed on Iran and deemed "an act of war". Read More »

Demonstrators Clash with Egyptian Police in Second Day of anti-Sisi Protests

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According to her lawyer, Egyptian authorities detained her after she attended judicial investigations into protesters arrested during demonstrations against Sisi. Other estimates put the figure higher. He upped the stress on Saturday in an expletive-filled video, imploring Egyptians to enroll in a "million-man march" subsequent Friday and to maintain all "major squares" of the country. Read More »