• United States airport stabbing attack treated as act of terror
United States airport stabbing attack treated as act of terror

According to a criminal complaint, Ftouhi yelled in Arabic " Allahu akbar " (God is greatest) before stabbing Lieutenant Jeff Neville of the airport's Department of Public Safety. Mr. Gelios said the Federal Bureau of Investigation believes the suspect is a "lone wolf" attacker. "Right now we are still awaiting more information about the situ...

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  • Blockading countries send list of 13 demands to Qatar
Blockading countries send list of 13 demands to Qatar

It comes almost three weeks after Saudi Arabia , Bahrain , Yemen, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt imposed a tight blockade on Qatar, their neighbour in the Gulf. Qatar said the website was hacked and United States officials later told CNN that USA investigators believe Russian hackers were behind it. Qatar's foreign minister on June 19 s...

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  • Capito says she'll weigh plan impact on Medicaid
Capito says she'll weigh plan impact on Medicaid

Heller said it is a "lie" that the Senate Republican health care bill would lower premiums. Mike Lee . Heller is the first, however, to oppose the current bill from a moderate policy perspective. "We have to send the message to our elected officials and we depend on our elected officials to champion our cause in Washington ", said Pamela Cl...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo: Portugal 'confident' of advancing to Confed Cup final
Cristiano Ronaldo: Portugal 'confident' of advancing to Confed Cup final

Portugal will be without defender Pepe, who is suspended for a second yellow card in the tournament. Portugal dominated all aspects of play early on Sunday (AEST), firing in 22 attempts on goal with 12 on target and earning 12 corners to New Zealand's one.

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  • Camden Council pledges £100k for Chalcots Estate residents following urgent evacuation
Camden Council pledges £100k for Chalcots Estate residents following urgent evacuation

Ms Gould said it would "become a matter for the fire service" if residents stayed in their homes after being spoken to again by officials. Combustible cladding used to insulate the tower and improve its appearance has been blamed for the rapid spread of the blaze.

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  • China, US agree aim of 'complete, irreversible' Korean denuclearisation
China, US agree aim of 'complete, irreversible' Korean denuclearisation

The joint document stresses the need for full and strict adherence to the United Nations Security Council resolutions calling for dialogue and negotiations, which has always been Beijing's approach. The death of American university student Otto Warmbier earlier this week, after his release from 17 months of imprisonment in Pyongyang, further co...

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  • GOP: Special Election Victories Boost Trump's Legislative Agenda
GOP: Special Election Victories Boost Trump's Legislative Agenda

Ossoff commented as well: "This is a deep-rooted problem in American politics right now which is going to take work and bipartisan commitment to try to heal wounds and focus on substance instead of fear-mongering and slander". The district includes a high number of college-educated Republicans , a demographic with which Trump does not fare well. ...

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  • Trump takes a swipe at Obama administration in tweet
Trump takes a swipe at Obama administration in tweet

Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) refused to sign a bipartisan statement about Russian meddling, some state election officials rejected offers of federal security help as a "federal takeover", and Trump charged the election was "rigged". During the presidential campaign, Trump raised doubts about the Obama administration's October 7 statement that R...

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  • Suspected ballfield shooter belonged to anti-GOP groups
Suspected ballfield shooter belonged to anti-GOP groups

The fervent Bernie Sanders support also shared many articles and images in support of the defeated Democratic presidential hopeful. A 66-year-old IL man named James. Until recently, Hodgkinson managed a home inspection business in Belleville , Illinois, just across the MIssissippi river from St. Louis . - The FBI will certainly be trying ...

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  • 'Russia warships, sub fired at Daesh targets in Syria'
'Russia warships, sub fired at Daesh targets in Syria'

Australian warplanes will soon resume airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria after operations were suspended as a precaution because a USA fighter jet shot down a Syrian warplane earlier this week, the defense chief said Wednesday.

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  • Supreme Court to hear Wisconsin gerrymander case
Supreme Court to hear Wisconsin gerrymander case

USA district maps for state and federal elections are drawn up every 10 years following a census. He said the compactness of a district - and how squiggly or rectangular it was - was rarely a good indication of how gerrymandered it is.

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  • EJ Dionne: A victory for party, not Trump
EJ Dionne: A victory for party, not Trump

Democrats hold 193 seats and need to gain 24 to be in the majority. And after she predicted incorrectly that Democrats were poised to take back the House past year, some of Pelosi's colleagues feel that this time around, she needs to deliver.

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  • China ready to coordinate with US on Korean Peninsular nuclear issue
China ready to coordinate with US on Korean Peninsular nuclear issue

Yang told Trump in a White House meeting Thursday that China highly appreciated the USA attendance at the gathering and would be willing to work with the US on the initiative, the ministry said in the statement. Yang said Xi looked forward to meeting with Trump during the G20 summit in Hamburg next month and to hosting the USA president for a sta...

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  • North Korea claims American college student released from detainment for
North Korea claims American college student released from detainment for "humanitarian reasons"

We at Liberty Nation have no doubt that this added pressure directly contributed to the release of Otto Warmbier . "These things are tough to process, but he's with us, and we're trying to make him comfortable". Warmbier has suffered extreme damage to all parts of his brain, typically caused by a loss of blood to the brain, the doctors said, ...

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  • Ronaldo & Co Thump New Zealand To Send Portugal Into Confed Semis
Ronaldo & Co Thump New Zealand To Send Portugal Into Confed Semis

However, the win was bittersweet as Portugal left-back Raphael Guerreiro was hospitalized with a suspected leg fracture. However, it was not to be as Hector Moreno snatched a last gasp victor in the 91st minute to claim Mexico a share of the spoils.

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  • Sandoval, Heller cite Medicaid concerns in opposing Obamacare repeal bill
Sandoval, Heller cite Medicaid concerns in opposing Obamacare repeal bill

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, called the bill signing "a significant step to reform the VA with a renewed goal and ability to serve our veterans". and hopefully by the August recess really have Obamacare repealed and replaced". That's the so-called death spiral. To clarify the stakes for them, here's the bald tru...

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  • Around 100 people feared buried in China landslide: Authorities
Around 100 people feared buried in China landslide: Authorities

More than 140 people are feared to have been buried by a landslide that unleashed huge rocks and a mass of earth which crashed into their homes in south-western China early on Saturday, officials said. An emergency response "to the first class catastrophic geological disaster" is under way, the local government's statement said, adding that the ful...

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  • Trump does not intend to fire investigator Mueller: White House
Trump does not intend to fire investigator Mueller: White House

Referring to Comey, the president said that "when he found out that I, you know, that there may be tapes out there whether it's governmental tapes or anything else and who knows, I think his story may have changed ". In his first televised face-to-face interview in six weeks, President Donald Trump said it is "very bothersome" that the man lea...

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  • @SenatorWicker Votes to Strengthen Sanctions Against Iran, Russia
@SenatorWicker Votes to Strengthen Sanctions Against Iran, Russia

If signed into law, the document would prohibit the United States president from being able to lift sanctions without Congressional approval. The Senate voted 98 to 2, today, to pass the underlying Iran sanctions legislation as amended. The amendment provides for an expedited process by which Congress can have hearings and then a vote on whether ...

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  • Fire safety tests fail 27 United Kingdom unit blocks
Fire safety tests fail 27 United Kingdom unit blocks

Portsmouth and Brent, along with Camden, Manchester, Plymouth and Hounslow, were named by the Government on Saturday as having buildings that had failed tests amid a nationwide safety operation launched after at least 79 people died when fire ripped through Grenfell Tower in north Kensington on June 14.

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