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A crashed plane is seen in Lakes State, South Sudan Sunday in this picture obtained from social media. Three people survived the crash and two were still missing. The aircraft was carrying passengers from Juba International Airport to the city of Yirol when it crashed. Its so sad. Many people on board are feared dead.
  • Sweden's nationalist party comes second place in elections

    Sweden's nationalist party comes second place in elections

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    We must gather all good forces. The ruling Social Democrats and Greens, and their parliament ally the Left Party, were backed by 39.5 percent, according to Friday's poll by Novus for public service broadcaster SVT . This item has been corrected to show the ruling party represents the center-left, not center-right. It's more that we have had an integration issue for maybe 20 years.
  • Two Britons among seven injured in Paris knife attack

    Two Britons among seven injured in Paris knife attack

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    The attacker, reported in French press to be a 31-year-old Afghan national male, started attacking passers-by outside a cinema around 11-pm local time on Sunday evening. The UK foreign office said it was aware of reports of the attack and was "urgently investigating this incident" in cooperation with French authorities, British media reported.
  • Nothing Unnatural about it: SC decriminalises Gay Sex, reads down Section 377

    Nothing Unnatural about it: SC decriminalises Gay Sex, reads down Section 377

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    The members of this community have constitutional rights like that of any other citizen, he said . The Central government had left it to the apex court to test the constitutional validity of section 377 of the IPC which criminalises "consensual acts of adults in private", urging that issues like gay marriages, adoption and ancillary civil rights of LGBTQ should not be dealt by it.
  • Exit poll projects mixed voter message in Sweden election

    Exit poll projects mixed voter message in Sweden election

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    Swedes went to the polls on Sunday and although it will take some time for a ruling coalition to emerge, the biggest immediate victor appears to be the party that won't form a government. Mainstream politicians have so far ruled out cooperation with the Sweden Democrats. At the party's rally on Saturday, he strongly criticised Mr Lofven's government for "prioritising" the cause of immigrants over the needs of citizens.
  • 'That's Not Journalism, That's Clickbait': Gutfeld Slams Anonymous NYT Op-Ed

    'That's Not Journalism, That's Clickbait': Gutfeld Slams Anonymous NYT Op-Ed

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    Given that the NYT OP-ED article admitted that most of what President Trump has done is good and is beneficial to Americans, exactly what was it that the author of the article thought was so bad about Trump policies, and what exactly were the bad things that he/she was able to stop? On Wednesday night, Trump tweeted a demand that if "the GUTLESS anonymous person does indeed exist, the Times must, for National Security purposes, turn him/her over to government at once!" "A central ...
  • Trump makes a key decision about Mueller’s request to answer questions

    Trump makes a key decision about Mueller’s request to answer questions

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    Kamala Harris grilled the appellate judge about whether or not he had ever discussed special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation with anyone. "I believe that the Democratic Party wants to have the Mueller investigation hanging over President Trump's head", observes Abe Hamilton, general counsel for the American Family Association and a former assistant district attorney.
  • Botham Jean and Officer Amber Guyger 'didn't pose together for a photo'

    Botham Jean and Officer Amber Guyger 'didn't pose together for a photo'

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    She was arrested Sunday (Sept. 9) in Kaufman County and booked into the Kaufman County jail, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Botham Shem Jean often led chapel at Harding University , where he graduated. She said the decision to hand over the investigation was made "to ensure total transparency in our operations". Lee Merritt , one of the lawyers representing Botham Jean's family, revealed in a news conference on September 8 that the family has no evidence that ...
  • At least 2 dead, dozens missing after major quake strikes Japan

    At least 2 dead, dozens missing after major quake strikes Japan

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    Power was knocked out to some 2.9 million households according to reports - and people were forced to line up outside stores to get food. No abnormality has been confirmed in radiation levels around the plant, regulators said. At least 16 people were dead or presumed dead after scores of hillsides collapsed, burying homes on the country's northernmost main island of Hokkaido.
  • North Korea to hold military parade to mark 70th anniversary

    North Korea to hold military parade to mark 70th anniversary

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    Instead leader Kim Jong Un showed off his friendship with China, raising the hand of President Xi Jinping's envoy as they saluted the crowd together afterwards. Canadian David Ellsworth, from Kelowna, B.C., who has travelled to North Korea eight times, says he was "amazed" by the tone of Sunday's parade. Capital residents unable to attend at the square lined the streets around town to cheer and applaud convoys carrying the troops after they complete the parade duties.
  • Apple says United States tariffs on China would hit 'wide range' of products

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    Should the United States slap tariffs on an additional amount of Chinese goods of that scale, the total value subjected to the duties would be around that of total imports to the USA from China . Some components for Apple products, including glass from manufacturers like Corning, are made in the United States, the company has said. This, however, only refers to Apple, the iPhone, and the other Apple products.
  • China relationship at risk over maritime incursion, warns Beijing

    China relationship at risk over maritime incursion, warns Beijing

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    The UK Royal Navy amphibious assault ship HMS Albion recently challenged China's claims to the contested South China Sea , reportedly triggering a confrontation with the Chinese military . The Paracels are controlled by China but also claimed by Vietnam and Taiwan. During the speech in Singapore, Gavin Williamson said the warships outlined the "critical" importance of defending freedom of navigation in the region.
  • Five bodies, including children, found inside house in Australia

    Five bodies, including children, found inside house in Australia

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    Police attended the scene at around noon local time after the man went to a regional police station and disclosed information about the incident. Police say that women and children among the dead. A distraught neighbour near the scene said she often saw children playing in the front yard of the house. 'The scene has not yet been forensically examined so the exact number of adults and children is actually unknown to me'.