• Guam tourism : Same threat different day and Guam's beaches are busy today
Guam tourism : Same threat different day and Guam's beaches are busy today

The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that United States intelligence reports on the progress of North Korea's nuclear program had concluded that the country could now miniaturize nuclear bombs and fit them on missiles and estimated it had about 60 nuclear devices.

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  • Bayan hits US-led proposal to use airstrikes in PHL
Bayan hits US-led proposal to use airstrikes in PHL

Terrorist vassals of ISIS have been fighting an insurgency on the southern island of Mindanao since May, despite assurances from the Philippine government that they would be swiftly defeated. Russian Federation has offered to assist the Philippines in boosting the anti-terrorism capabilities of its security forces and support the Duterte adminis...

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  • China urges North Korea to stop missile tests and resume talks
China urges North Korea to stop missile tests and resume talks

Armed with extraordinary new U.N. sanctions, nations are racing to ensure that North Korea's biggest trading partners actually carry them out, an elusive task that has undercut past attempts to strong-arm Pyongyang into abandoning its nuclear weapons.

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  • Police identify mother and child killed in Newton
Police identify mother and child killed in Newton

He was taken into custody in Taylor, Texas, at about 5:25 pm. "The suspect was driving the victim's vehicle when he arrived at a family member's residence". He was unsure how long their bodies had been in the home. He said the suspect had been residing in Newton and had previously been arrested by law enforcement.

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  • Despite war on leaks, Trump retweets story full of leaked classified information
Despite war on leaks, Trump retweets story full of leaked classified information

Sean Spicer, who had a fraught relationship with the president and the press, resigned after telling Trump he vehemently disagreed with the selection of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director. "The question for everyone to ask is: What did General Kelly say?" As terrifying as it sounds, we might as well count the hosts of "Fox ...

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  • Six soliders injured by vehicle in Paris
Six soliders injured by vehicle in Paris

Franceinfo spoke to the mayor of Levallois-Perret, who condemned the possible attack against military personnel in the commune. It is understood two of those injured are in a serious condition. "Search under way for vehicle". The Paris Police Authority said a police operation is under way in the area and they are searching for the vehicle.

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  • 1000 migrants storm Ceuta border, pushed back by police
1000 migrants storm Ceuta border, pushed back by police

Almost 200 migrants stormed a border gate to enter Spain from Morocco on Monday in a bid to enter Europe, leaving at least four people injured, the Spanish Red Cross said. Footage show the officers, who appear to number around half a dozen, reacting just seconds before the army of migrants storm a flimsy-looking glass door protecting the passport c...

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  • One Nation's Malcolm Roberts Off To High Court Over Citizenship Drama
One Nation's Malcolm Roberts Off To High Court Over Citizenship Drama

Malcolm Roberts is the latest One Nation senator off to the High Court, with the question of his possible British citizenship to be considered amidst speculation he may have been ineligible for election. "I'm looking forward very much to presenting my documents, tendering them in the High Court, and let the High Court make the decision", Senator Ro...

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  • ASEAN, China may start negotiating South China Sea code this year
ASEAN, China may start negotiating South China Sea code this year

Meanwhile, Beijing and Tokyo also contest a string of Japanese-administered islets in the East China Sea, known as Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China. But Harris offered nothing more than moral support to Southeast Asia. "The ministers voiced their strong opposition to coercive unilateral actions that could alter the status quo and increase ten...

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  • Venezuela's top court orders arrest of Maduro opponent Ramon Muchacho
Venezuela's top court orders arrest of Maduro opponent Ramon Muchacho

The latest surge of protests began in early April in reaction to a quickly rescinded attempt by the government-supporting Supreme Court to strip the National Assembly of its powers. Foreign ministers from Latin America and Canada were due to meet to discuss action to further isolate Maduro's government. The spat came just days after regional tr...

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  • Chicago Sues to Stay Sanctuary City While Ignoring Police Abuse
Chicago Sues to Stay Sanctuary City While Ignoring Police Abuse

The city prohibits police from providing federal Immigration and Customs officials access to people in police custody, unless they are wanted on a criminal warrant or have serious criminal convictions. "And as those decades of experience show, that kind of trust, once lost, is lost forever". I ask you, who are they protecting? New York Mayor Bill...

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  • Putin visits breakaway Georgian region, Tbilisi says this
Putin visits breakaway Georgian region, Tbilisi says this "blatantly infringes" worldwide law

The MFA says that August 8 marks Russia's large-scale military invasion of Georgia, as well as the illegal occupation of the Abkhazia and Tskhinvali (South Ossetia) regions. At Putin's meeting, the Russian and Abkhazian health ministers signed an agreement to extend Russian government health insurance to Russian citizens living in Abkhazia.

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  • Trump Says His Base Is 'Stronger Than Ever.' Recent Polling Doesn't.
Trump Says His Base Is 'Stronger Than Ever.' Recent Polling Doesn't.

In another poll by IBD, support for Trump among people earning between $30,000 and $50,000 fell from 40 percent in July to 27 percent this month. A new report says that President Trump has become so exhausted of all the "fake news" dragging down his presidency that receives a twice-daily folder full of positive news pieces about himse...

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  • Maratha Kranti Morcha: Central Railways making special arrangements
Maratha Kranti Morcha: Central Railways making special arrangements

A massive Maratha protest with thousands of community members have begun trooping into the city, to put forth social, economic, educational and agrarian grievances of the caste. ► The morcha has been organised by the Sakal Maratha Samaj, an umbrella organisation of several Maratha groups. Get the latest updates, here. The JJ flyover will be close...

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  • CNN's McEnany Fronts Trump TV
CNN's McEnany Fronts Trump TV

However, as the Washington Post pointed out, as far as jobs creation is concerned, Mr. Trump hasn't changed the direction of the economy - under his predecessor, former President Obama, the last six months of his administration showed job creation at a slightly faster rate than the Trump administration.

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  • Federal officials join search for rape suspect who escaped
Federal officials join search for rape suspect who escaped

Powell was imprisoned July 8 and in this way prosecuted on assault, endeavored assault and sexual battery charges for an asserted attack in the Paulding County town of Antwerp. After unlocking his handcuffs, Powell cuffed Miller to a tree and fled in the transport van with a.40-caliber pistol and ammunition. After getting into a struggle with ...

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  • United Kingdom men led nation in average home attendance, women 14th
United Kingdom men led nation in average home attendance, women 14th

Coach Robin Pingeton's team went 15-1 at Mizzou Arena last season and has won 31 of its last 35 home games. Kentucky basketball led the nation in home attendance last season for the 19th time in the last 22 years. Virginia was fifth in the conference and ranked 17th nationally, giving the ACC five schools in the top 20. The high attendance numb...

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  • Missile fired from Gaza at southern Israeli city
Missile fired from Gaza at southern Israeli city

A spokesman for the Hof Ashkelon regional council said that sirens were also sounded in the nearby towns of Zikim and Carmia. A rocket was sacked from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday evening. Israel claims that the attacks were launched is response to a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip which landed in an unpopulated area in the occupied territories wit...

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  • US Already Feeling Consequences Of Global Warming, Draft Report Finds
US Already Feeling Consequences Of Global Warming, Draft Report Finds

Asked about a new federal report on the effects of climate change , Nikki Haley saw no reason the Trump administration wouldn't accept the results. "But those who challenge scientific data on human-caused climate change say they are equally anxious that the draft report , as well as the larger National Climate Assessment , will be publicly relea...

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  • ASEAN Communiqué Stalls Amid Disagreement on S. China Sea Stance
ASEAN Communiqué Stalls Amid Disagreement on S. China Sea Stance

The moment on Sunday was portrayed as particularly special as it was on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the grouping of 10 nations with a combined population of nearly 700 million and an economy of $US2.4 trillion ($3 trillion). Prominent Philippine academic Richard Heydarian said "overall it's a slam dunk diplomatic victory for China". V...

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