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  • Man arrested in beating of Deandre Harris in Charlottesville, police say

    Man arrested in beating of Deandre Harris in Charlottesville, police say

    In addition, police said 18-year-old Daniel Patrick Borden was arrested Friday in OH on a malicious wounding charge in connection to the garage assault. Charlottesville and Virginia State police were widely criticized for not making arrests or even taking actions on violence in their presence. "Had any one of our troopers witnessed that incident, they would have immediately acted, just as they did for the other four arrests made during the weekend".

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  • Labour accused of 'betraying' voters with new Brexit policy

    A transition within the single market and customs union would also mean minimal disruption for business and allow more time to resolve the complex issue of the Northern Irish border, he argued. As ministers gear up for a third round of Brexit talks in Brussels tomorrow , Labour are also willing to consider permanent access to the single market in exchange for European concessions on immigration, The Observer reported.

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  • Trump Signs Sanctions Aimed Squarely At Venezuelan Government

    Trump Signs Sanctions Aimed Squarely At Venezuelan Government

    Moreover, the announcements of a new constitution were made during a hard social and political environment that made millions of Venezuela go out and protest against Maduro's government. Trump warned on August 11 the United States was mulling a range of options to solve Venezuela's political crisis , "including a possible military option if necessary".

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  • Lebanon's army declares ceasefire in fight against IS

    Lebanon's army declares ceasefire in fight against IS

    Nine soldiers were taken hostage when jihadists overran the border town of Arsal in 2014, Lebanon's army said. The armed forces launched their campaign against IS militants entrenched in the mountainous Jurud Ras Baalbek and Jurud al-Qaa areas on Lebanon's eastern border on August 19 .

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  • Sada El Balad: Trump speaks for himself: US Secretary Tillerson

    Sada El Balad: Trump speaks for himself: US Secretary Tillerson

    Wallace wanted to know if Trump was making it harder for Tillerson to tout American values, when foreign leaders were questioning the president's own values. "We will continue our campaign to pressure pacific", "with our allies, with China also, to see if it can bring the Pyongyang regime to the negotiating table, in order to start a dialogue about a different future for the Korean peninsula and North Korea", and reiterated Sunday, Rex Tillerson .

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  • Won't sleep or breathe till I tear BJP apart: Tej Pratap Yadav

    Won't sleep or breathe till I tear BJP apart: Tej Pratap Yadav

    He said he will visit every nook and corner of the country to form a Grand Alliance of people. He said Nitish Kumar was envious of and feared his younger son and former Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav's popularity. "This is something to be challenge and counter because it is a risky trend in the country". The rebel JD (U) leader said that the country is in danger and the struggle will continue.

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  • Trump pardons former Arizona sheriff Arpaio

    Trump pardons former Arizona sheriff Arpaio

    Known as "America's Toughest Sheriff", Arpaio gained a reputation for his harsh - his critics would say cruel - treatment of immigrants in the country illegally. His predecessor, Barack Obama , granted 212 pardons during his eight years in office. They added that at 85 years old, Arpaio "is worthy candidate for a Presidential pardon ".

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  • Thailand's former PM Yingluck has fled to Dubai, say senior party members

    Thailand's former PM Yingluck has fled to Dubai, say senior party members

    On Friday, soon after the news broke, junta leader-cum-Prime Minister Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha said he was surprised by the fact that Yingluck fled, however, and has ordered police to tighten all the borders. "I think that she learned very fast and adapted herself very well. she is very determined to do her duty", Chaturon Chaisang, a veteran politician and former cabinet minister in her toppled government told AFP earlier this week.

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  • Iraqi forces capture Shiite shrine in Daesh-held Tal Afar

    Iraqi forces capture Shiite shrine in Daesh-held Tal Afar

    A largely Shiite fighting force, the Hashd al-Shaabi was incorporated into the Iraqi army previous year and now fights alongside regular army troops in the ongoing campaign to extirpate Daesh from the country. It was cut off from other IS-held territories in June during the Iraqi-led operation to recapture Mosul. "And rather than make their way directly to the north they have to go through the liberated areas of western Mosul where ISIL fighters and their families are being screened".

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  • Soldier missing, 5 rescued after Black Hawk crash off Yemen coast

    Soldier missing, 5 rescued after Black Hawk crash off Yemen coast

    Central Command. Officials have not provided information on the identities of those on board or the unit to which the aircraft belongs, saying only that the incident occurred around 7 p.m. In the last accident in Yemen , an Osprey helicopter had to be destroyed, after it made a hard landing during a special a Special Forces raid on a mountain hideout.

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  • GOP senator: Trump is 'inviting' a 2020 primary challenge

    Trump and Flake have recently exchanged words, with the president saying he is "not a fan of" Flake. "That's not my realm". Congress has until the end of September to reach a deal to avert a government shutdown, and so far, only the House has agreed to set aside money for the president's wall along the southern US border.

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  • China Asks US to Drop New N. Korea Sanctions

    China Asks US to Drop New N. Korea Sanctions

    China's imports from North Korea slowed in July while its exports to the sanctions-hit country dwindled after surging in recent months, according to official Chinese statistics. "And if the Trump administration is continuing this robust sanctions campaign, then the next level is going to be some kind of action against a Chinese bank, which I think the leadership in Beijing wants to avoid", Ruggiero told NPR.

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  • Dozens killed in clashes between Burmese army and Rohingya militants

    Dozens killed in clashes between Burmese army and Rohingya militants

    The Myanmar Army chief on Friday said that at least 32 people were killed, including 11 Myanmar security personnel after alleged Rohingya militants attacked remote border posts in Rakhine State . "They were scared. We felt pain to send them back", a Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) officer said. Many in Myanmar view the Rohingya as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, even though many can trace their lineage back generations.

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  • Baseball attack on lecturer, classmates at Australian National University

    Baseball attack on lecturer, classmates at Australian National University

    The victims were taken to Canberra Hospital. The suspect, an 18-year-old man, had been seated when he rose and assaulted a lecturer at the Australian National University in Canberra, police said. Police said the attacker, who was arrested following the incident, did not have any prior criminal records or was under the radar of police and intelligence agencies.

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  • Rotterdam, concerto annullato per minaccia terroristica

    Rotterdam, concerto annullato per minaccia terroristica

    Poi e' stato il sindaco della citta' portuale, il laburista Ahmed Aboutaleb, a rendere noti i particolari dell'operazione che ha visto schierati i reperti delle teste di cuoio (Dis) della polizia e della Sgbo. La sala poteva ospitare circa mille persone. Il concerto era previsto alle 20,30 ma e' stato cancellato . Il 23 agosto la polizia olandese ha annullato un concerto rock a Rotterdam dopo aver ricevuto un allarme di una manaccia terroristica.

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  • Planned Parenthood: McMaster's executive order on abortion clinic funding a 'political stunt'

    Planned Parenthood: McMaster's executive order on abortion clinic funding a 'political stunt'

    In the order, the Governor also directed the state Department of Health and Human Services to look for waivers that would block any medical clinics affiliated with abortions from the Medicaid provider network. The state had tasked evangelical nonprofit The Heidi Group with helping women and men, particularly those with low incomes, to access family planning services following its criticized decision to slash Planned Parenthood from its Medicaid budget.

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  • Johnson Concedes: UK Will Have to Pay for Brexit

    Johnson Concedes: UK Will Have to Pay for Brexit

    Dismissing the European estimates of what the United Kingdom owes the European Union (EU) as part of its departure from the bloc, Johnson told BBC Radio 4's Today program on Friday, "We should pay not a penny more, not a penny less, of what we think our legal obligations amount to".

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  • Russian ambassador to Sudan found dead in Khartoum

    Russian ambassador to Sudan found dead in Khartoum

    The Sudanese foreign affairs minister, who confirmed the information in a statement, did not give a cause of the death. The diplomat died while swimming in the pool of his residence, according to state broadcaster Russian Federation 24. And in December, Russia's ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov was shot dead at an art exhibit in Ankara by a police officer. The ministry offered its condolences to the government and people of Russian Federation and praised Shirinsky's diplomatic ...

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