• U.S. backs 300 percent in duties on Bombardier after Boeing complaint
U.S. backs 300 percent in duties on Bombardier after Boeing complaint

The report shows the potential impact on the USA economy and companies if the Canadian company's new CSeries jetliner is effectively kept out of the US market by a trade row initiated by Boeing Co earlier this year. The US says Montreal-based Bombardier used unfair government subsidies to sell jets at artificially low prices in the United States....

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  • Donald Trump Mocks Puerto Rican Accent During Hispanic Heritage Month Speech
Donald Trump Mocks Puerto Rican Accent During Hispanic Heritage Month Speech

Our position has not changed. "I believe at this point in time , absent indications to the contrary, it is something the president should consider staying with". "You'll have to wait and see". He also compared their death toll to that of Hurricane Katrina and said the Puerto Ricans should be "proud" only 16 of their people were killed.

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  • Sudan sanctions: USA lifts most economic restrictions after two decades
Sudan sanctions: USA lifts most economic restrictions after two decades

The decision to lift the sanctions and end an economic embargo against Sudan comes after President Donald Trump's administration last month removed it from the list of countries whose citizens are subject to travel restrictions. The Trump administration also secured a commitment from Sudan that it would "not pursue an arms deals" with North Ko...

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  • Kim Jong-Nam suffered extensive organ damage, trial hears
Kim Jong-Nam suffered extensive organ damage, trial hears

The pathologist, Nur Ashikin Othman, said Kim had a level of 344 units per litre, far below the usual level for men. Top CIA officials said Wednesday that Kim's actions are not those of a maniacal provocateur but a "rational actor" who is motivated by clear, long-term goals that revolve around ensuring regime survival, CNN reports .

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  • Syrian troops approached the last stronghold of ISIS in the country
Syrian troops approached the last stronghold of ISIS in the country

At least 120 fighters of the Islamic State (ISIS ) were killed in the air raids carried out by Russian forces over the past 24 hours, Russia's Defence Ministry said on Saturday. The parallel offensive by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US-backed alliance of mainly Kurdish militia, has on numerous occasions hampered the Syrian government'...

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  • NRA calls for regulation of 'bump stocks' after Las Vegas massacre
NRA calls for regulation of 'bump stocks' after Las Vegas massacre

Thursday's sudden endorsements of controls came nearly simultaneously from the NRA and the White House. The National Rifle Association calls for additional regulations on bump fire stock, a device used by the Las Vegas shooter that allows a semi-automatic rifle to function like an automatic.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation stopped Daesh attacks on NY subway, Times Square in 2016
Federal Bureau of Investigation stopped Daesh attacks on NY subway, Times Square in 2016

Details of the alleged plot were released yesterday as prosecutors revealed charges against one man in the United States and two in Pakistan and the Philippines who are all under arrest. "Look at these crowds of people!" El Bahnasawy allegedly told the undercover officer that he was in contact with an ISIS affiliate about attack plans officiall...

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  • Fox News Reporter Claims Harvey Weinstein Masturbated in Front of Her
Fox News Reporter Claims Harvey Weinstein Masturbated in Front of Her

At Cafe Socialista , Weinstein offered Sivan a tour, which she reluctantly accepted after telling a friend to come and get her if she wasn't back in "ten minutes". A friend of Sivan's who was interviewed for the article and who was there at Socialista on the night told HuffPo that she'd said to Sivan that if she didn't come back from her tri...

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  • Sessions' DOJ reverses transgender workplace protections
Sessions' DOJ reverses transgender workplace protections

Sessions' assertion that "every American has a right to believe, worship, and exercise their faith" is, on its face, an innocuous-sounding statement with which anyone who possesses a pocket Constitution would have a tough time disagreeing. The freedom of religion extends to persons and organizations. The guidance mirrors Christian fundamentalist re...

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  • A Nobel against nuclear risk
A Nobel against nuclear risk

Founded in Vienna in 2007, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN ) comprises more than 400 NGOs and has mobilised supporters and celebrities alike in its cause. The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons was agreed on by 122 countries at United Nations headquarters July 7. In fact, the CBS is against use of all ty...

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  • Rain Early, Some Sun Later
Rain Early, Some Sun Later

As a result, it will feel very humid with a even better chance of seeing showers and storms on Sunday . Last week, the area considered drier than average doubled across the northeast with almost 90 percent of MA having drier-than-average conditions.

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  • Sri Lanka target landmark series win over Pakistan
Sri Lanka target landmark series win over Pakistan

It will be the first day-night Test that Sri Lanka will be a part of, and they can commemorate it by attaining a historic series win. The second test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan will be played today at the Dubai global Cricket Stadium.This is the sixth day-night test match to be played with the use of a pink ball.

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  • Erdoğan announces start of Idlib operation
Erdoğan announces start of Idlib operation

Erdogan also announced Saturday that a "major" operation in Syria's northwestern Idlib province had been launched with Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA), and air support from Russian Federation, following worldwide efforts for de-escalation in the war-torn country.

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  • Trump, not ready to give up on Obamacare repeal, calls Chuck Schumer
Trump, not ready to give up on Obamacare repeal, calls Chuck Schumer

Lamar Alexander and Washington Democratic Sen. Trump tweeted Saturday morning that he had called the Democratic leader the previous day "to see if the Dems want to do a great HealthCare Bill". Trump also recently agreed with Congress' top two Democrats on a framework deal to pass the so-called DREAMers Act, which would protect roughly 800,000 y...

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  • Police find head of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall
Police find head of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall

The independent writer disappeared in the wake of boarding a secretly assembled submarine with its Danish innovator, Peter Madsen , on August 10. On August 23, police identified a headless female torso washed ashore in Copenhagen as Wall's.

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  • Kaspersky AV used as a spying attack vector
Kaspersky AV used as a spying attack vector

The theft was discovered last spring but is said to have occurred sometime in 2015. WSJ said it was the first known incident of Russian hackers using Kaspersky software to spy on Washington. Intelligence officials often stress that the NSA and its sibling agencies have a "layered" cyberdefense that is larger than any single tool or syst...

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  • Senate Launches Probe of NNPC GMD Over Kachikwu's Allegations
Senate Launches Probe of NNPC GMD Over Kachikwu's Allegations

The senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to remove himself as the Minister of Petroleum Resources and appoint a successor that can be accountable for the nation's oil industry. Baru later joined Muslim faithful, including Buhari for the Juma'at service in a mosque inside the Presidential Villa. ...

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  • Fired construction worker kills foreman, then self, at site
Fired construction worker kills foreman, then self, at site

The Daily Mail cited witnesses as saying the victim was a foreman who was shot by another construction worker. West 59th Street was closed to cars and pedestrians between 11th and 12th avenues, the NYPD said . "I checked his pulse, but it didn't seem like he had one". "Face down, blood everywhere, brains on the floors", he said. Almost two h...

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  • Vegas shooting victim finds strength to stand when Trump enters hospital room
Vegas shooting victim finds strength to stand when Trump enters hospital room

Paddock, killed 58 people in the shooting, which is now the deadliest in USA history. "It's a very sad thing". Steven McCarthy, the uncle of one of the victims says, "I can not think of any better word to describe her than saying she was dearly a precious angel that had been gifted to us".

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  • Bump Stocks Are Flying Off The Shelves Before Possibly Getting Banned
Bump Stocks Are Flying Off The Shelves Before Possibly Getting Banned

Johnson's openness to banning such devices was shared by at least two House Republicans . In an interview Wednesday House Majority Whip Steve Scalise - who returned to Congress last week after surviving a shooting in Alexandria, Virginia, in July - agreed.

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