• Indonesian teenager rescued after drifting 7 weeks at sea

    Indonesian teenager rescued after drifting 7 weeks at sea

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    In an interview with The Associated Press , Adilang said he ran out of food within a week, relying on fish and seawater he strained through his clothes to stay alive. Aldi's parents and the Indonesian Consulate in Osaka , Japan, said he was rescued by a Panamanian-flagged vessel off Guam on August 31 and returned to Indonesia earlier this month.
  • Brett Kavanaugh: third woman accuses supreme court nominee of sexual misconduct

    Brett Kavanaugh: third woman accuses supreme court nominee of sexual misconduct

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    In an interview with Fox News earlier Monday, Kavanaugh vehemently denied allegations Avenatti alluded to on Twitter . "I told him to leave town". See Avenatti make his claims about an alleged client with information about Kavanaugh in the video below. She also has inactive security clearances with the US Department of State, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection.
  • Labour: New Brexit referendum only on 'nature' of a deal

    Labour: New Brexit referendum only on 'nature' of a deal

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    Speaking at a pro-EU demonstration at the conference, Claire Hallett, 60, said Corbyn was in "a terribly hard position" but should come out firmly against Brexit . Deselection's have been criticised as being a means to remove critics of Jeremy Corbyn , as pro-Corbyn group Momentum is well-known for mounting deselections.
  • White House says it is open to testimony from second Kavanaugh accuser

    White House says it is open to testimony from second Kavanaugh accuser

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    Ranking Judiciary Committee Democrat has apparently sought to call off tomorrow's hearing with Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Kavanaugh. If Kavanaugh gets the committee's nod, his nomination would then get a vote in the full Senate. She has acknowledged consuming alcohol at the time , which clouded some of her memories. Ramirez says she grew up as a devout Catholic and that what happened to her in college was shocking.
  • Breaking SC says Aadhar not mandatory for these things

    Breaking SC says Aadhar not mandatory for these things

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    Critics had succeeded in persuading the Indian supreme court to temporarily freeze a government order that bank accounts and mobile phone connections also require an Aadhaar record. The apex court added that CBSE, NEET, UGC can not make Aadhaar mandatory, also not compulsory for school admissions. He added that telecom companies must delete citizens' Aadhaar numbers.
  • Rod Rosenstein Is Planning to Resign

    Rod Rosenstein Is Planning to Resign

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    The confusion over Rosenstein's future comes after a New York Times report that revealed multiple sources who confirmed Rosenstein had considered recording conversations with Trump earlier in the year as a means of conveying the "chaos" within the White House.
  • Trump Warns Iran, Venezuela, Praises Strong Economy in UN Speech

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    But Trump said the U.S. expects other nations to "honor America's sovereignty in return". And Mr Trump prompted some murmuring from the crowd of world leaders and diplomats when he declared that he had accomplished more as president than nearly any other administration in history.
  • USA tears itself apart over 'belligerent drunk' Brett Kavanaugh

    USA tears itself apart over 'belligerent drunk' Brett Kavanaugh

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    She alleged that Mr Kavanaugh exposed himself at a drunken dormitory party. But their more immediate problem is they could fail to fill a Supreme Court vacancy before November's midterm elections, in which their congressional majorities could stand or fall based on how enthusiastic their base is.
  • Russian Federation claims S-300 may close parts of Syrian airspace

    Russian Federation claims S-300 may close parts of Syrian airspace

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    Russian Federation is to supply Syria with an advanced air defence system in response to the shooting down of one of Moscow's planes that killed 15 servicemen and was initially blamed on Israel . "There have been leaks that Syrian officers went to Russian Federation in order to train on the usage [of the missile system]", he told Al Jazeera from the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
  • New Rule Could Punish Green Card Applicants on Public Assistance

    New Rule Could Punish Green Card Applicants on Public Assistance

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    The plan, announced Saturday by the Department of Homeland Security , is created to scale back dependence on programs such as housing vouchers and food subsidies. The use of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, often known as food stamps, and Section 8 housing assistance would be among the benefits considered.
  • European Union announces legal entity to maintain business with Iran

    European Union announces legal entity to maintain business with Iran

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    Earlier Ali Akbar Velayati, a top foreign policy adviser to Khamenei, dispelled the notion of Trump meeting his leader. Back in August, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution said the Islamic Republic will not enter into new negotiations with the United States due to cheating and bullying nature of its government.