• People's Vote march in London

    People's Vote march in London

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    A spokesperson for People's Vote said the crowd stretched three-quarters of a mile through the streets and represented the biggest march in London since the 2003 protest against the war in Iraq. To clarify - the People's Vote is not a re-run of the Referendum. Aleta Doyle, 46, from Peterborough, who attended with her 12-year-old son Leo, said she was marching "for my children's future and European unity".
  • ‘Transgender’ definition may be erased in the US

    ‘Transgender’ definition may be erased in the US

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    Relaxations of rules on gender identity to allow people to choose whether they define themselves as male or female have caused arguments over the use of toilets and dormitories, as well as whether public funding should be spent on upholding transgender rights.
  • Teens charged in police officer's shooting death

    Teens charged in police officer's shooting death

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    After the shooting, federal and local authorities began a massive manhunt for the two suspects. There were as many as four people inside the vehicle, Smith said. The suspects fired through the vehicle's window before driving off, police say. "The people that worked with Officer Toney on a daily basis recalled a very jovial person who was dedicated to his job and dedicated to his community", Gwinnett County Police Chief Butch Ayers said.
  • Floor collapses during party, injures 30

    Floor collapses during party, injures 30

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    Larissa Stone, a sophomore at Clemson, told the Anderson Independent Mail : "Everyone was jumping". "Everyone was trying to climb out". "They weren't hurt at all but other people were crying, bleeding, it was just a shocking moment for everyone".
  • Trump would prefer to pick a woman for U.N. envoy

    Trump would prefer to pick a woman for U.N. envoy

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    Asked if he would prefer to have a woman in the job, he said "Yes", later adding, "I think I might prefer that, but we'll see". But our opponents are not evil, they're just our opponents."It's no big secret who Haley is talking about without naming here: Donald Trump ."I know fellow Americans that are evil", Trump said in the midst of the confirmation fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh".
  • Prince Harry visits world's largest sand island in Australia

    Prince Harry visits world's largest sand island in Australia

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    The Duchess of Sussex sat front and center and watched her husband practice. Reporters including Emily Nash of Hello! and Lizzie Robinson of ITV cited a Kensington Palace source who announced the news Sunday. Samir Hussein / Pool via Getty Images Harry and Meghan stand up during the ceremony. The Duke of Sussex revealed his preference when he was responding to a shout from someone in the audience at the Invictus Games .
  • Newspaper publishers, editors demand Saudi Arabia provide answers on Khashoggis' death

    Newspaper publishers, editors demand Saudi Arabia provide answers on Khashoggis' death

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    But critics believe the complex scheme that led to Khashoggi's death could not have occurred without the knowledge of Mohammed bin Salman, the country's powerful 33-year-old crown prince. "Obviously there's been deception and there's been lies", Mr Trump said on the shifting accounts offered by Riyadh . President Donald Trump says he needs to learn more about the killing of a Saudi journalist and will be working with Congress on the USA response.
  • Jordan tells Israel to return lands leased under 1994 peace deal

    Jordan tells Israel to return lands leased under 1994 peace deal

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    Under an annex to the peace agreement, Israel leased about 1,000 acres (405 hectares) of agricultural land in the southern sector of its border with Jordan, as well as a small area known as the "Island of Peace" near the Sea of Galilee. Protesters have also called for the cancellation of the peace treaty with Israel altogether and the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador from their country.
  • Amritsar train tragedy: Swamy blames Amarinder Singh for the deadly mishap

    Amritsar train tragedy: Swamy blames Amarinder Singh for the deadly mishap

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    Amarinder had on Friday night announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to those who died in the incident. The Shiromani Akali Dal core committee on Sunday demanded immediate sacking of Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu and registration of a murder case against his wife and Dussehra event organisers, saying they were "responsible for abetting" the Amritsar tragedy .
  • 17 people have been killed after train derails in Taiwan: Railway administration

    17 people have been killed after train derails in Taiwan: Railway administration

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    Sunday's derailment is the country's deadliest since a 1981 collision that killed 30, but the third deadly accident since 2003. Some passengers were crushed to death, Ministry of National Defense spokesman Chen Chung-chi said. Some 120 soldiers joined firefighters in their rescue work. When he arrived at the scene he saw local residents helping train passengers to escape.
  • Egyptian mediators step up truce efforts with Israel, Hamas

    Egyptian mediators step up truce efforts with Israel, Hamas

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    Last week, some 14,000 Palestinians thronged to the perimeter fence, burning tires and throwing rocks, firebombs and grenades at soldiers on the other side. Earlier, Israel halted Qatari fuel shipments to Gaza's power plant. Following Wednesday's rocket attack, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convened his Security Cabinet for a lengthy, late-night meeting.
  • Assange Files Charges against Ecuador Government

    Assange Files Charges against Ecuador Government

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    The Australian Julian Assange , a refugee for six years in the embassy of Ecuador in London, has launched a legal action against the government of Quito to protest against his living conditions, has announced WikiLeaks Friday, October 19.