• White House spokeswoman contradicts Trump, but gets no Left love
White House spokeswoman contradicts Trump, but gets no Left love

Wilson said she was there when Trump called Myeshia Johnson , the widow of Sgt. Asked for White House Chief of Staff's Gen. John Kelly's response to the controversy, Huckabee Sanders says he thought Trump's remarks were "completely appropriate and respectful".

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  • Canada
Canada "Flatly Rejects" US Dairy Proposal

Mexico will host the fifth round of talks in Mexico City from November 17-21. "To that end, the parties plan on having a longer inter-sessional period before the next negotiating round to assess all proposals", US Trade Representative Robert Lightizer told reporters on Tuesday while reading from a joint statement.

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  • U.S. expects Pak to take decisive action against terrorists: Rex Tillerson
U.S. expects Pak to take decisive action against terrorists: Rex Tillerson

Tillerson added that the Trump administration is determined to deepen ties with India. "China's provocative actions in the South China Sea directly challenge the global law and norms that U.S. India has also placed a large defence order with the USA worth billions of dollars. "For many decades the United States has supported China's rise", he s...

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  • Senate Judiciary Committee Opens Probe into Obama-era Russian Nuclear Corruption
Senate Judiciary Committee Opens Probe into Obama-era Russian Nuclear Corruption

In response to questioning by Sen. Before the Obama administration approved a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium, the Federal Bureau of Investigation had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering...

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  • This Anne Frank Children's Halloween Costume Shouldn't Exist, And Yet
This Anne Frank Children's Halloween Costume Shouldn't Exist, And Yet

The costume - a green beret, blue dress and brown satchel - has been criticised on social media for being insensitive. It seems every Halloween there is at least one questionable costume that hits the marketplace. Anne Frank has become one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust after a diary of her time in hiding in the Netherland...

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  • 10000-15000 Rohingyas flee to Bangladesh in 48 hours
10000-15000 Rohingyas flee to Bangladesh in 48 hours

More than 580,000 refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since August 25, when Myanmar security forces began a scorched-earth campaign against Rohingya villages. He said a couple of USA diplomats have been able to visit. Satellite images have emerged that allegedly prove Rohingya villages were torched after Myanmar said "clearance operations" had c...

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  • 7 policemen killed, several injured in bomb blast in Quetta
7 policemen killed, several injured in bomb blast in Quetta

Bomb attack in Pakistan: 6 dead Drone World News Introduction Date: 18.10.2017 10:49 6 people lost ir lives as a result of explosion of bomb that was set during passage of security forces in Quetta , Pakistan. According to initial reports, Abdul Salam was shot multiple times in what was reported as a targeted killing. The reported quoted Civ...

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  • Federal judge blocks Trump's most recent travel ban
Federal judge blocks Trump's most recent travel ban

Certain government officials from Venezuela were also barred. "Like the two versions before it, President Trump's latest travel ban is still a Muslim ban at its core". Opponents say the ban violates the U.S. Constitution because it discriminates against Muslims while overstepping the bounds of U.S. immigration law by discriminating by nationality...

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  • Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election
Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election

This comes after Akombe resigned from the electoral commission on Wednesday morning saying that the commission, as now constituted, can not guarantee a credible election on October 26. Mr. Odinga insists though that filling out the form is not required, and has been organizing mass protests to demand electoral reforms before the re-run is to take p...

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  • Iran calls for NUCLEAR ACTION against United States accusing Washington of 'creating ISIS'
Iran calls for NUCLEAR ACTION against United States accusing Washington of 'creating ISIS'

Total was the first Western oil major to sign a deal with Iran to develop phase 11 of Iran's South Pars, the world's largest gas field. The deal signed in Vienna in 2015 between Iran and six world powers - the U.S., Britain, Russia, France, China, and Germany - saw internationally observed limitations to Iran's nuclear weapons program in return f...

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  • Three dead, two critically wounded in Maryland shooting
Three dead, two critically wounded in Maryland shooting

The suspect is believed to have fled in a black Chevrolet Arcadia with DE plates. "There's an individual out there on the loose who committed one of the most heinous acts we've ever seen in our county". "He came back to our business justifying what he did was right because the other guy was saying some things that he did not like", the employee w...

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  • Gujarat an eyesore for Congress, Nehru-Gandhi family, says Narendra Modi
Gujarat an eyesore for Congress, Nehru-Gandhi family, says Narendra Modi

Referring to Congress leaders, including party president Sonia Gandhi and her deputy Rahul Gandhi being on bail in the National Herald case, Modi said,"The whole party is on bail". The highest number of MPs from rural areas are of the BJP", he said. Among them, those that are crucial to traders in Gujarat: the khakra snack, for example, and...

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  • Russian Federation will release
Russian Federation will release "CryptoRuble"

The so-called " CryptoRuble ", as press reports have named it, has no specific timeline to its roll out. Russian Federation has announced, via communications Minister Nikolay Nikiforov , that the country will begin experimenting with a nationalized cryptocurrency.

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  • Ahead of White Nationalist Speech, Fla. Gov Declares Emergency
Ahead of White Nationalist Speech, Fla. Gov Declares Emergency

When Hurricane Irma was bearing down on Florida last month, Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency . After his supporters and a lawyer questioned that decision on First Amendment grounds, the university allowed Spencer to schedule his speech and question-and-answer session for Thursday.

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  • Child injured after bull runs loose in Brooklyn
Child injured after bull runs loose in Brooklyn

A bull that broke free in February died before it could be taken to an animal sanctuary, and in April 2016, an escaped cow was taken to the Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, New York by former "Daily Show" host and comedian Jon Stewart.

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  • FCC chairman responds to Trump's tweet about NBC's broadcast license
FCC chairman responds to Trump's tweet about NBC's broadcast license

Critics quickly pointed out that there is no single license for NBC - or any other national television network for that matter. Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 20. "The President's tweets were alarming in both his disregard of the FCC's independence and flagrant disrespect for t...

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  • U.S. demands an end to Canada's supply management
U.S. demands an end to Canada's supply management

Describing some of the demands as "ridiculously extreme", Moises Kalach, head of the worldwide negotiating arm of Mexico's powerful CCE business lobby, said the US government knew that it would not be able to push them through. Over the a year ago, Mexico has aggressively pursued new or updated trade deals with other countries, seeking new markets ...

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  • USA indicts two Chinese in major fentanyl trafficking case
USA indicts two Chinese in major fentanyl trafficking case

Yan operated at least two chemical plants in China that were capable of illegally producing "ton quantities" of the drugs, and evaded detection by systematically altering their chemical makeup, the Justice Department said. Zhang and eight others were charged with conspiracy to sell the drugs in at least 11 states, and conspiracy to import the dru...

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  • Kurdish-Arab Forces Declare Defeat of ISIS in Raqqa
Kurdish-Arab Forces Declare Defeat of ISIS in Raqqa

At least 1,000 civilians are said to have died, according to estimates by monitoring groups, majority in the relentless airstrikes. Kurdish and Arab fighters took to the streets to celebrate the end of the battle they have fought for four months, climbing onto vehicles and parading around the deserted, destroyed city, according to photographs pos...

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  • Philippines Army says Islamists making 'last stand' in Marawi
Philippines Army says Islamists making 'last stand' in Marawi

Fighting in Marawi City erupted between when government forces tried to arrest Hapilon who was declared as the "emir" of the terror group ISIS in Southeast Asia last May 23. "We need to verify if those on the watch list were killed, otherwise we have to assume that they are alive", he said, adding that many of those on the rouge's gallery were alre...

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