• Manafort wiretapping a campaign conduit for Hillary Clinton?
Manafort wiretapping a campaign conduit for Hillary Clinton?

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper suggested on Wednesday that "it's possible" that President Trump's voice was picked up in a wiretap as he spoke with his former campaign manager Paul Manafort . Manafort was wiretapped before and after the election and allegedly encouraged Russian Federation to interfere in the United States...

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  • North Korea threat set to top agenda of United Nations general assembly
North Korea threat set to top agenda of United Nations general assembly

South Korea's efforts aimed at fresh aid for North Korea dragged down Moon's approval rating. Since Pyongyang's sixth and largest nuclear test earlier on September 3, however, Moon has said the time is not right for dialogue. "The North Korean regime has not yet passed the point of no return". Trump will first meet Moon, then have lunch with Mo...

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  • Trump's approval rating: President's numbers improve ahead of key Alabama Senate visit
Trump's approval rating: President's numbers improve ahead of key Alabama Senate visit

The boost in ratings comes from Trump's handling of hurricane relief, NBC suggests. One possible reason for the change: After months of news cycles dominated by White House turmoil and the GOP health care bill's failure in Congress, recent weeks have focused much more on the spate of hurricanes, keeping Trump out of the headlines more than usual...

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  • Trump singles out Venezuela for criticism in UN speech
Trump singles out Venezuela for criticism in UN speech

While addressing the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, President Donald Trump threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea. As Iran's representatives looked on, Trump said it's "far past time for the nations of the world to confront another reckless regime, one that speaks openly of mass murder, vowing death to America, destruction t...

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  • Iran's Khamenei slams Trump's 'gangster and cowboy' speech
Iran's Khamenei slams Trump's 'gangster and cowboy' speech

A possible third pillar would involve "open discussions with Iran about the current situation in the region". A collapse of the 2015 deal, which U.S. Under the JCPOA, Iran undertook to put limitations on its nuclear program in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related sanctions imposed against Tehran.

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  • L'Oreal heiress and world's richest woman Liliane Bettencourt dies at 94
L'Oreal heiress and world's richest woman Liliane Bettencourt dies at 94

The heiress has rarely been seen since leaving the L'Oreal board in 2012 after a medical report was submitted showing she was suffering from "mixed dementia" and "moderately severe" Alzheimer's since 2006. "She would have been 95 on October 21". She was born Liliane Schueller to L'Oreal founder Eugene Schueller and Louise Madeleine Berthe in Pari...

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  • Aaron Hernandez Fiancee Sues Patriots & NFL ... Over CTE Claims
Aaron Hernandez Fiancee Sues Patriots & NFL ... Over CTE Claims

Hernandez had chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE ), Stage 3 out of 4, (Stage 4 being the most severe). Attorney Jose Baez said that Boston University scientists said that he had one of the most severe cases of the neurological impairment CTE that they have ever seen.

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  • Marine Le Pen's top aide quits Front National
Marine Le Pen's top aide quits Front National

The departure of Florian Philippot , for years Le Pen's closest aide and a key architect of efforts to detoxify the party's image while campaigning against the euro, had looked increasingly inevitable as the party bickered over who was to blame for a damaging electoral cycle.

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  • India to play 3 Tests, 6 ODIs & 3 T20Is against SA
India to play 3 Tests, 6 ODIs & 3 T20Is against SA

However, due to the time constraints faced by Virat Kohli's team, the two boards had to settle with three Test matches. South Africa plan to host Zimbabwe in cricket's first four-day Test on Boxing Day in Port Elizabeth. South Africa's Hashim Amla in action during a recent test against England. "The Test status of the match is subject to ICC ...

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  • N. Korea: We'll speed up nuclear plans if more sanctions imposed
N. Korea: We'll speed up nuclear plans if more sanctions imposed

North Korea's weapons drive is set to dominate Mr Trump's address to the United Nations General Assembly tomorrow and his meetings with South Korean and Japanese leaders this week. Pyongyang conducted two intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) tests in July and earlier this month said it successfully tested a miniaturized hydrogen bomb that can ...

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  • Aid to North higher under liberal leaders
Aid to North higher under liberal leaders

The government will provide $4.5 million through UN's World Food Programme (WFP) and $3.5 million through the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF). The MOU said the aid was approved based on the government's position that "humanitarian aid is continuously pursued as being separated from political situations to improve humanitarian situation and quality ...

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  • Abe: Pressure only option for North Korea
Abe: Pressure only option for North Korea

In his address at the annual U.N. General Assembly in NY, on the heels of a sixth nuclear test and a series of ballistic missile launches by North Korea, Abe said history shows that attempts at dialogue with the North "have all come to naught".

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  • Moon's $8 million humanitarian aid to North is postponed
Moon's $8 million humanitarian aid to North is postponed

Kang also agreed that South Korea will closely cooperate with Poland and Austria in resolving North Korean nuclear issues, including the implementation of United Nations sanctions resolutions . European Union ambassadors have reached an initial agreement to impose more economic sanctions on North Korea, going beyond the latest round of United Nati...

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  • Facebook says it will hand over 3000 Russian ads over to Congress
Facebook says it will hand over 3000 Russian ads over to Congress

Facebook wanted to first do an extensive legal review , according to the Washington Post. The CEO said in a Facebook live video on Thursday that the company would provide the controversial ads to government officials to support ongoing investigations in the USA and as part of the social media company's renewed efforts to protect the "integrity...

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  • Kremlin mum on Iraqi Kurdistan's independence referendum
Kremlin mum on Iraqi Kurdistan's independence referendum

It's noteworthy to point out that Ankara now deals with the de-facto Kurdish control of the city, and this is considered as a "bad" option for Turkey, but the alternative to this is much worse. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was asked in an interview with Al-Monitor whether the head of Turkish intelligence Hakan Fidan would travel to Erbil f...

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  • Pakistan Has Developed Nuclear Weapons to Counter India: PM Abbasi
Pakistan Has Developed Nuclear Weapons to Counter India: PM Abbasi

And relationships have their ups and downs. But Abbasi's denial over Pakistan harbouring terrorists on its soil and the views of it providing safe havens to the extremists is just a "difference of opinion" ruin Islamabad's prospects of having good terms with the USA even faster.

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  • Activists protest Pelosi at news conference on DREAM Act
Activists protest Pelosi at news conference on DREAM Act

At the earlier rally in Pelosi's home district, San Francisco, there were protesters angry at attempts by Democratic lawmakers to bargain with President Trump , and they took over the rally. If the deal falls apart and Trump returns to his pattern of insult-hurling and name-calling, the Democratic leaders will be right where they began - no bett...

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  • US, South Korea conduct bombing drills to warn North
US, South Korea conduct bombing drills to warn North

That would be much more unsafe that those North Korean missile tests that menace the USA bases in Guam... Pyongyang launched North Korea's longest-ever test flight of a ballistic missile on Saturday which flew over Japan landing in the northern Pacific Ocean after travelling 3700km.

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  • Myanmar police fire warning shots in Rakhine as mob attacks aid boat
Myanmar police fire warning shots in Rakhine as mob attacks aid boat

Amid growing criticism over Aung San Suu Kyi's inaction to the Rohingya crisis, Unison, one of Britain's largest trade unions, has suspended an award given to her while she was a political prisoner. The Rohingya, described by the United Nations as the world's most persecuted people, have faced heightened fears of attack since dozens were killed in ...

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  • Solutions Mazatlan Real Estate: Indoor plants that bloom all year round
Solutions Mazatlan Real Estate: Indoor plants that bloom all year round

The indoor plants with flowers bring color and are an excellent decorative element that will attract the eyes. When choosing an indoor plant for its flowers, it is advisable to have some points clear, for example, if we are interested in spectacular flowers, flowers that grow without needing complicated care, those that are fragrant or colorful or ...

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