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  • Prosecutors: Men's Twisted Fantasies Led to Stabbing

    Prosecutors: Men's Twisted Fantasies Led to Stabbing

    They have yet to enter a plea. CHICAGO - Law enforcement officials painted a more detailed picture of the detective investigation behind the stabbing death of Trenton Cornell-Duranleau at a press conference Sunday at Chicago Police Department headquarters, streamed live on Facebook.

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  • Tit for tat, Erdogan tells German Turks to vote against 'aggressive' parties

    Tit for tat, Erdogan tells German Turks to vote against 'aggressive' parties

    Turkey says the YPG is indistinguishable from the outlawed Kurdish PKK which has been waging an insurgency in southeast Turkey for more than 30 years. "We stand even more with those who are fighting for a free and democratic Turkey". Turkish writer Dogan Akhanli who has been critical of Ankara's policies and has written extensively about the Armenian Genocide , was arrested on Saturday, August 19 morning in Granada after the Turkish government issued an Interpol global arrest warrant, ...

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  • One person dead following Finland stabbing incident

    One person dead following Finland stabbing incident

    Police said they have identified the suspect, an 18-year-old Moroccan citizen, but did not release his name. Police said at a press conference that in addition to the main suspect, four other men have been arrested and an worldwide search warrant has been issued for another suspect.

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  • Boston officials ready for Saturday's 'free speech' rally, counterprotests

    Boston officials ready for Saturday's 'free speech' rally, counterprotests

    Boston Police Commissioner William Evans told reporters he has been in touch with the organizers and counter-protesters, who will be separated with barricades on Saturday. A total of 500 police officers will be present at the rally, and several hundred more are available if necessary. "You can expect to see a substantial presence of TPD officers in the system", Sullivan said.

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  • Death toll up to 450 in Sierra Leone mudslides

    Death toll up to 450 in Sierra Leone mudslides

    He presented two cheques of USD$100,000 and USD$200,000 each towards food and medical care for victims of the August 14 disaster. Some 600 people are still thought to be missing while more than 400 people are known to have died. Rainfall was forecasted for the coming days, slowing recovery efforts and bringing the threat of further mudslides. "That's why we are here, to mourn and go back home", said one survivor, Zainab Kargbo.

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  • Trump Assassination Post Puts Defiant State Senator On Path For Removal

    Trump Assassination Post Puts Defiant State Senator On Path For Removal

    Trump is under fire for his response to Saturday's clashes between far-right and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, in which he blamed " both sides " for the violence. The Missouri lawmaker who posted and later deleted a Facebook comment saying she hoped for President Donald Trump's assassination is refusing to resign , despite an increasing chorus of fellow Democrats asking her to do so.

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  • Shraddha Kapoor locked for Saaho

    Shraddha Kapoor locked for Saaho

    The reason behind this was as the film will be shot in three languages and won't allow her to work on other projects. Sources say that the makers offered a whopping sum to Shraddha Kapoor that the actress has got her career highest remuneration and immediately given her nod.

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  • Aussie DPM drops NZ citizenship but his seat still uncertain

    Aussie DPM drops NZ citizenship but his seat still uncertain

    Those events led Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to claim she would find it very hard to build trust with a New Zealand Labour-led government . Mr Joyce is one of five Australian politicians to recently find out they may not have been eligible to stand for parliament. "The facts show that inquiries into the possibility of there being people in the Australian parliament who might have been New Zealand citizens unwittingly were initiated by the Australian media".

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  • Unsettled weather this weekend as tail-end of hurricane hits

    Unsettled weather this weekend as tail-end of hurricane hits

    He said this system, which had a circulation immediately after departing the coast of Africa may become a tropical system this weekend and could strengthen significantly if it avoids dry air and strong westerly winds aloft next week. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently increased its 2017 hurricane forecast, as the government agency continues to monitor activity in the Atlantic and the African coast.

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  • Hopes US doesn't break nuclear deal with Iran: Moscow

    Hopes US doesn't break nuclear deal with Iran: Moscow

    On Sunday, Iran's MPs responded to the move by voting overwhelmingly in favour of legislation to increase the budget for the country's ballistic missile programme and the Revolutionary Guards' external operations arm, the Quds Force. Washington has recently approved a series of anti-Iran sanctions , which Iranian officials, including the head of the Iranian task force to monitor the implementation of the deal , say have broken the terms of the JCPOA.

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  • Unaware of reports of PLA soldiers entering Ladakh's Pangong lake: China

    Unaware of reports of PLA soldiers entering Ladakh's Pangong lake: China

    Meanwhile at least 52 trucks belonging to PLA parked on the road built by the Chinese army were spotted on the side of the lake. The Indian Army, however, refused to comment on the incident. However, on both occasions, the attempts were rendered null and void by the Indian troops. Sources say that there was a scuffle between both sides.

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  • Danish police say no body found inside sunken submarine

    Danish police say no body found inside sunken submarine

    Madsen has maintained his innocence and told a local television station the sub sank due to technical issues. On Saturday, after a two-hour custody hearing held in private, Judge Kari Sørensen ordered that Madsen be held in pre-trial detention for 24 days while the investigation into Wall's disappearance continued.

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  • US Security Leaders Say North Korea War Not Imminent, But Danger Looms

    Dunford was in Seoul, which lies just 30 miles south of the border with North Korea, on the first stop of a trip that will also take him to Beijing and Tokyo, three capitals that do not want war to break out on their doorsteps. The chairman said the men shared some thoughts about the common challenges facing their nations, but focused mostly on North Korea. "Peace will not come to the Korean Peninsula by force".

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  • Omarosa Spoke at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention and AHHHHHHHHHHH

    Omarosa Spoke at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention and AHHHHHHHHHHH

    Ms. Manigault-Newman is the director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison. Omarosa got so pissed when a moderator dragged President Donald Trump's name into a discussion about police brutality. "You inform them of what's going on in the community so they can be an advocate". Gordon maintained that it was appropriate to ask questions about her work in the White House, though later said that the event was reaching "the point of diminished returns".

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