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It's been on the Duke of Sussex's finger since he and Meghan arrived in Australia, including when they made the much-celebrated pregnancy announcement . "It is just that one little word that I might say in that interview that could help someone else out there", he said. She said she was up at 4:30 am this am doing yoga in her room as she couldn't sleep.
  • Mexico opens border to women and children from migrant caravan

    Mexico opens border to women and children from migrant caravan

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    Hundreds of Mexican police were sent to guard the border between the Guatemalan town of Tecun Uman and Ciudad Hidalgo in Mexico to prepare for the migrant caravan's arrival. The escalating intervention by security forces is seen as a direct response to threats by President Trump to cut off millions of dollars of aid to Central America and Mexico if they fail to stop the caravan - the second this year - reaching the U.S.
  • ISIS took 700 hostages, including USA citizens, in Syria: Putin

    ISIS took 700 hostages, including USA citizens, in Syria: Putin

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    If any nation decides to attack Russia with nuclear weapons, it may end life on Earth; but unlike the aggressors, the Russians are sure to go to heaven, President Vladimir Putin has said. But in the coming weeks, Trump is expected to sign off on the decision, the U.S. officials said. However, officials in Washington have questioned whether Putin actually has any capabilities beyond those already known to the United States military.
  • President Trump Calls Beto O'Rourke a 'Flake' After Cruz Debate

    President Trump Calls Beto O'Rourke a 'Flake' After Cruz Debate

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    Bash said Cruz was invited to attend and declined - even though the Republican's campaign said he offered to make the McAllen event a debate and O'Rourke didn't respond. "If Texas elects a USA senator on the Democratic side, then that is going to have reverberations across the nation because it's going to portend that also, we could be electing a Democratic president as Texans", the conservative leader explained.
  • Facebook Hires Former UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg

    Facebook Hires Former UK Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg

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    Clegg will join Facebook on Monday and he would move from London to California with his family following the New Year. Clegg will be operating under huge pressure in his new role, as Facebook attempts to tackle the problem of fake news on its platform before U.S.
  • Ram Nath Kovind accepts MJ Akbar's resignation

    Ram Nath Kovind accepts MJ Akbar's resignation

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    Akbar, who held the portfolio of Minister of State (MoS) for External Affairs in Narendra Modi cabinet, was accused of sexually harassing women colleagues when he was a newspaper journalist. Akbar was in Nigeria on government business when the first allegations emerged and was rumoured to be planning to resign when he returned on Sunday.
  • Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi died in consulate

    Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi died in consulate

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    Khashoggi is an understatement", Republican Senator Lindsay Graham said in a statement posted to Twitter. A Turkish official said Friday that investigators are looking into the possibility that the remains of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi may have been taken to a forest in the outskirts of Istanbul or to another city - if and after he was killed inside the consulate earlier this month.
  • Saudi prince MBS put in charge of intel purge following Khashoggi death

    Saudi prince MBS put in charge of intel purge following Khashoggi death

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    In a separate statement on Saturday, the Saudi public prosecutor said a fight broke out between Khashoggi and people who met him in the consulate, leading to his death. The overnight announcement in Saudi State media also said a royal court adviser close to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was sacked along with three leaders in the kingdom's intelligence services and other officials.
  • US Jerusalem consulate merger draws Palestinian anger

    US Jerusalem consulate merger draws Palestinian anger

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    The consulate-general in Jerusalem is the top mission for Palestinians, who want East Jerusalem for their capital. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the merge in a statement Thursday, saying it was based on "efficiency and effectiveness" and doesn't alter US policy.
  • International Postage Treaty: The Next Victim Of U.S.-China Trade War?

    International Postage Treaty: The Next Victim Of U.S.-China Trade War?

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    The Trump administration is threatening to remove the United States from a long-running postal agreement, saying it puts domestic shippers at a disadvantage in favor of other countries that receive discounts, including China . News of a potential meeting between Xi and Trump comes amid growing hostilities between United States and China on a range of issues other than the trade war, including the South China Sea, Taiwan, Xinjiang and allegations of espionage.
  • Russian is first to be charged with meddling in 2018 midterm elections

    Russian is first to be charged with meddling in 2018 midterm elections

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    Assistant Attorney General Demers said Khusyanynova "conspired with others who were part of a Russian influence campaign to interfere with USA democracy". Other countries are using social media to amplify divisive issues in American society and sponsor content in English-language media, such as Russia's RT and Sputnik news outlets, the security agencies' statement said.
  • USA says it will stop Canadian pot businessmen at border

    USA says it will stop Canadian pot businessmen at border

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    In Kamloops where B.C's only legal cannabis shop drew big crowds, Becky Prett was the first in line. American TV news trucks, such as NBC, were spotted at a pot shop where long lineups were forming in Montreal. Clarke has been dealing marijuana illegally in Canada for 30 years. A man shows dried cannabis bought at the government-own cannabis store in downtown Montreal on October 17, 2018.
  • Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren's DNA test at Montana rally

    Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren's DNA test at Montana rally

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    Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) needs to apologize for claiming to be Native America for political gain. Now Sen. Elizabeth Warren is taking a page from Trump's playbook, hitting back in personal terms and calling him "creepy" on Twitter . Nor does the existence of a remote ancestor give any support to Warren's past claim that her parents had to elope because her dad's parents didn't want him marrying a woman who was "part Cherokee and part DE".
  • Twiter publishes 360GB of political meddling tweets from Russia,Iran

    Twiter publishes 360GB of political meddling tweets from Russia,Iran

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    The data , comprising hundreds of gigabytes of tweets and media, are linked to thousands of accounts thought to originate from Iran and the Russian Internet Research Agency. "The Iranian operation was clumsy". On 23 June 2016, the day of the European Union referendum, Russian Federation mobilised its army of trolls, which at one stage included 3,800 accounts.
  • Asian markets head down with Fed rates set to rise more

    Asian markets head down with Fed rates set to rise more

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    We have to trust that they are the experts and are doing what is right, long term, for the economy. Since 2015, the Fed has continued to increase interest rates. So far this year, policymakers have already voted to hike short-term interest rates three times , and are poised to do so again in December, staying the course they laid out late last year.
  • Israel’s Supreme Court rules BDS supporter can stay

    Israel’s Supreme Court rules BDS supporter can stay

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    While the organization promotes the BDS ( Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions ) movement on Israel, Alqasem herself says she doesn't, and her lawyers argued that her choice to study at an Israeli university illustrates this. If so, the justices said, it represented "a radical and risky step that could lead to the crumbling of the foundations upon which Israel's democracy is built".