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Trump Just Accused Facebook of 'Colluding' With The Media to Hurt Him

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But he followed up his "anti-Trump" post by touting who he said is "Pro-Trump!" - the American people. The president's comments come after the social media platform told investigators that it discovered that thousands of political ads published on its platform over the past two years were linked to fake accounts based in Russian Federation. Read More »

Nawaz decides to face courts

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Similarly, PML (N) would also reap political benefit from appearance of Sharif family especially Nawaz Sharif before the accountability courts as former President Gen Pervez Musharraf is evading courts and judicial process. They have made a mockery of a progressive Pakistan on the track of democracy. "If the Constitution gives the people the right to govern, let them realise that right", he said. Read More »

North Korea says it has right to shoot down United States planes

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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is scheduled to travel to Beijing on Thursday to meet with senior Chinese officials. "The world, including all member states now attending the United Nations General Assembly, must clearly remember that this time, America declared war on us first". Read More »

Tokyo Gov. Koike to launch own national party

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The new party has just a few weeks to prepare its candidates with the aim of fielding 100 contestants, while the Diet's current largest opposition party, the Democratic Party, is performing poorly in opinion polls and has lost several members to the Koike camp. Read More »

Top US diplomat Tillerson to travel to China this week

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Donald Trump on Tuesday accused North Korea of torturing a captive U.S. student "beyond belief", spurning pleas from allies and foes in east Asia to tone down his warlike rhetoric. Appearing on MSNBC, Democratic Leader Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, alleged that the US President Donald Trump is giving a platform to Kim Jong-un. Read More »

"Superstorm" to hit United Kingdom this week

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Autumn weather is predicted to dominate this week with foggy nights alongside wet and windy spells after last week's "Indian Summer". Meteorologists are also watching Hurricane Lee, which is not now considered a threat to the island. A Storm Surge Watch is in effect for from Cape Lookout to Duck in North Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Centre. Our waters are far too cool to sustain an actual hurricane'. Read More »

Twitter explains why it won't remove Trump's North Korea tweet

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Mr Ri was reacting to the President's comments Kim and Ri "would be around much longer" if they carried out their threats toward the US. The North Korean targets mark the first use of new sanctioning powers that Trump created in an executive order he signed last week to target North Korea's access to the global banking system. Read More »

Ranveer Singh meets the World Cup winning squad of 1983

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Playing the role of former India captain Kapil Dev , the suave actor will take cricket fans back in time when Kapil's Devils clinched the prestigious silverware, beating the then mighty West Indies at the Mecca of Cricket - Lord's. Kabir has already scripted the film. "'83 is the greatest Indian underdog sports story ever and we're delighted to be making it with Kabir and Ranveer ". Read More »

Fistfight breaks out in Uganda's parliament amid move to extend Museveni rule

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The lawmakers threw punches, hurled chairs and shoved and banged on benches. 26, but a commission executive, Godfrey Mutabazi, told Reuters it was sent to all broadcast media on Wednesday morning. Protests by students, activists and the opposition have seen arrests around Uganda this week, with Uganda's leading opposition figure, Kizza Besigye, also being arrested. Read More »

Rajnath says on Yashwant Sinha's article

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Criticising Finance Minister Arun Jaitley , Sinha recalled in his write up how despite losing the Lok Sabha election from Amritsar, he was made the Finance Minister. Perhaps, in what could be the most stinging charge at the functioning of the government, Sinha said: "We protested against raid raj when we were in opposition". Read More »

Cooler weather finally arrives on Thursday

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Sunday tied the record high of 90 degrees, originally set in 1881. Every day has seen temperatures in the 90s - and the city even recorded its warmest day of the year when it hit 95 degrees on Saturday . Early next week, most of the West will stay in a cool, stormy pattern. A strong cold front comes through late and may trigger an isolated shower or two. Read More »

Venezuela Describes New US Sanctions as Irrational

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Regarding the most recent sanctions taken by the United States to include Venezuela in the travel ban issued by President Donald Trump, Arreaza said that Venezuela will denounce those sanctions as soon as possible at all global meetings. "But, I insist, if they attack us in whatever area, we will respond strongly in defense of our homeland, of our people". Most of the nations affected by the ban announced Sunday were part of a measure targeting Muslim countries that Trump authorized shortly ... Read More »

Ryanair to cancel flights affecting 400000 more passengers

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According to Ryanair, it has less than 400,000 customers booked on to the flights from November, affecting less than one flight per day over the five-month winter period. Announcing the latest cancellations on Wednesday, the airline's chief executive, Michael O'Leary, apologised to customers for the second time this month but said the changes were "sensible". Read More »

Increase in stolen vehicles in Hampshire and Wiltshire

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The West Midlands and West Yorkshire saw the biggest growth in thefts during the same period, with 2016 thefts amounting to 5930 and 5597 vehicles respectively, increases of 43% and 57% on 2013 figures. Between 5pm on Monday and 7am on Tuesday, two quad bikes were stolen from Station Road, Halfway, and city officers are also investigating the theft of a Peugeot van from Alnwick Road, Hollins End, overnight on Friday into Saturday and the theft of a vehicle from Carley Drive, Waterthorpe, also ... Read More »

Portishead shooting: Armed police fire '10 shots' into auto on M5

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Avon & Somerset police tweeted the A369 is closed due to a " police incident ". "They maybe shot with handguns five, six, maybe 10 times", he told BBC Radio Bristol. "It was very faded". Emergency services and an air ambulance are in attendance. On the same page, Mark De Lancey added: "I got up on the roundabout as the police were smashing the guys windows and dragging him out". Read More »

Half of Filipinos don't believe police accounts of drugs war deaths

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Named respondents in the petition were Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II and Commission on Human Rights Chair Chito Gascon. Duterte said the Philippines has become a "transshipment" of illegal drugs bound for the United States. (The market here) is small. "I already had about 3 million (pesos, or $59,000)". Read More »

Any claim of declaring war on N Korea absurd: White House

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Ri had told the General Assembly that Trump's remarks were making a North Korean "rocket's visit to the entire USA mainland inevitable all the more". force meant to force Kim Jong-un to back off of the missile and nuke tests. "But if we take that option, it will be devastating.for North Korea". DPRK refers to the North's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Read More »

Sunny Deol and Dimple Kapadia spotted holding hands; Twitter goes into frenzy

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According to reports in a leading daily Sunny Deol had travelled especially to London to spend some quality and private time with alleged beau Dimple Kapadia . Dimple married Rajesh Khanna in 1973. A user went as far as calling him an example of "men are trash", given his wife Pooja Deol was in Mumbai at home taking care of their two children, Karan and Rajveer Deol. Read More »

North Korea may struggle to shoot U.S. bombers out of the sky

North Korea claimed it would begin taking self-defensive countermeasures, including shooting down US military planes, even if they aren't flying over the country. Because the United States declared war, even if USA strategic bombers do not intrude into our air, we will possess the right to respond in self-defense, including the right to launch at a random time and drop [it/the strategic bomber]. Read More »

ECP adjourns contempt case hearing against Imran till Oct 12

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In the last hearing, Imran Khan's lawyer Babar Awan submitted his reply to the commission, stating that his client has respect for the commission and believes in the supremacy of the institutions. Awan pleaded the ECP to now dismiss contempt proceedings against his client. Subsequently, the commission had ordered the authorities concerned to arrest and produce Khan by the date. Read More »

United Nations increases aid request for Myanmar refugees by 160%

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Earlier this month the United Nations special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, Yanghee Lee, said more than 1,000 people may have been killed in the conflict, majority Rohingya. Suu Kyi has faced scathing criticism and calls for her Nobel prize to be withdrawn. "No one chooses, especially not in the hundreds of thousands, to leave their homes and ancestral land, no matter how poor the conditions, to flee to a unusual land to live under plastic sheets and in dire circumstances, except in ... Read More »

Bailly excited by UEFA Champions League bow

United have met CSKA on four previous occasions in the Champions League group stage, winning twice and drawing twice during the 2009/10 and 2015/16 seasons . "When you play for a big club, a No.10 has to score 10 or 15 goals and make 10 or 15 assists, so it is not so easy". But speaking at a pre-match press conference on Tuesday, Goncharenko was hopeful the Brazilian will be ready to take his place in the team once again. Read More »

Biafra leader Kanu still 'missing' as govt gazettes IPOB terrorism status

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Traditional rulers in Ibekuland had last week asked the army to produce the monarch, whom they said they had not seen after the invasion of his residence. Army Chief Tukur Buratai said it was more of a pronouncement. The United States over the weekend said it did not recognize IPOB as a terrorist organization even though it remained committed to a united Nigeria. Read More »

Tillerson to Beijing for Talks on North Korea Crisis

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This would seem to contradict its announcement in February that coal imports from the North would be suspended for the rest of the year. The visit comes during the escalating rhetoric between the USA and North Korea . Security council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea targeting its exports of coal, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood. On Aug. 14, China said it would allow any cargoes that were already at port to clear customs as usual before the United Nations sanctions ... Read More »

2018 will see a new Global Positioning System feature in some Smartphones apps

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Broadcom's chips are reportedly set to be utilized in several smartphones that are scheduled to hit the market in 2018, but the company hasn't yet mentioned any particular manufacturers or models that will feature the BCM47755. A new Global Positioning System chip from Broadcom is set to undergo mass production. All of the advances made by Broadcom are fairly likely to be making it to flagship smartphones as early as 2018. Read More »

Palestine is now INTERPOL member

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Israel's foreign ministry did not immediately comment. Elkin claimed the Palestinians' decision to join Interpol was "in complete contradiction of all of the PA's commitments from the past two years". The step fell short of full United Nations membership, but it had important legal implications in allowing the Palestinians access to global bodies, should they choose to join. Read More »

'One small pedal for Saudi women, one giant leap for womenkind'

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Women in Saudi Arabia have long had to rely on male relatives to get to work or run errands, complicating government efforts to boost household incomes as lower oil prices force austerity measures. Some Islamist clerics are now in detention in Saudi Arabia following an apparent crackdown on potential opponents of the kingdom's rulers this month. Read More »

The patient a Utah nurse protected before her high-profile arrest dies

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Almost half of Gray's body was burned, said the Facebook post, which praised the "skillful care" he received at the University of Utah Hospital. A sad development in the Salt Lake City nurse arrest controversy: Bill Gray, the patient whose blood nurse Alex Wubbels refused to allow police take without consent or a warrant, has died from the injuries he suffered in a July vehicle crash. Read More »

Heavy casualties inflicted on NSCN(K) during op along Indo- Myanmar border: Army

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It further said that heavy casualties were inflicted on the Naga insurgents. In a series of tweets, the Eastern Command of Indian Army said that the firefight occurred at 04:45 hrs Wednesday morning. It has also clarified that the army has not crossed the global border. The "strike" comes on the anniversary of India's "surgical strike" in Pakistan-administered Kashmir (PaK) past year. Read More »

European Union must respond to Florence speech in same spirit, says UK's May

But in a sign of the circular arguments that have characterised the negotiations so far, British Brexit minister David Davis linked any settlement of the multibillion-euro bill to reaching a deal on future relations. Speaking in Florence on September 22, May said that she did not want the United Kingdom to settle for one of two "unimaginative" options: between European Economic Area membership or concluding a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement, such as the EU's recently negotiated deal ... Read More »

Twitter Reveals Why They Never Banned Donald Trump

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Ever since Trump took office in January, the Internet has been wondering how San Francisco-based Twitter could allow the Tweeting President to routinely violate " The Twitter Rules ". When asked if Trump would ever be banned if he purposely broke the rules, a Twitter spokesperson past year said: "The Twitter Rules apply to all accounts, including verified accounts". Read More »