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Media, social media, and even law enforcement often get important details wrong, and we continue to await official confirmation of number of victims or any information about the attacker. "Maybe it would've been a much different situation, but they didn't, and unfortunately he was able to dod things he shouldn't have been able to do". A Democrat, Wolf differed with the president's takeaway on gun law discussions.
  • Turkish president: Jamal Khashoggi’s murder was ‘ferocious,’ ‘planned’

    Turkish president: Jamal Khashoggi’s murder was ‘ferocious,’ ‘planned’

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    On Tuesday, Trump told reporters that Saudi authorities had staged the " worst cover-up ever " of the crime, and suggested to the Wall Street Journal that the crown prince may be responsible. The Turkish minister repeated Erdogan's demand that those involved in the murder should be legally tried in Turkey , adding that Ankara was willing to cooperate with everyone.
  • Magnitude 6.8 natural disaster strikes Greek tourist island

    Magnitude 6.8 natural disaster strikes Greek tourist island

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    Rockfalls were reported in parts of the island, also known as Zante , and the façades of dozens of white-washed homes cracked and crumbled. Greece's fire service said no damage has been reported so far, but power has been cut off in the island capital of Zakynthos.
  • Georgia Democratic gubernatorial Candidate Admits to Burning State Flag During Protest

    Georgia Democratic gubernatorial Candidate Admits to Burning State Flag During Protest

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    And that's the deeper concern that I have. In an interview with the Valdosta Daily Times , Kemp called the allegations of voter suppression a "politically motivated, manufactured story", and said he expects to "prevail in court". "She's lying about my record", he said, "to hide her extreme agenda". Tensions escalated following a recent Associated Press report that more than 53,000 voter applications - almost 70 percent of them from black applicants - were on hold with Kemp's office ...
  • Gang Members, Middle Easterners Among Migrants Marching Towards US

    Gang Members, Middle Easterners Among Migrants Marching Towards US

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    When did these caravans begin? For years, an annual caravan of Central American migrants traveling through Mexico to the USA border received modest publicity until President Donald Trump condemned it in April, pitching the procession into the glare of the world's media - and into the homes of thousands of potential migrants.
  • Japan to sign peace treaty with Russia, Abe says

    Japan to sign peace treaty with Russia, Abe says

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    As many as 50 deals are set to be signed, including one on joint city development in Thailand, the Nikkei newspaper said Thursday. Mr Abe's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping later on Friday will be the first full-scale Sino-Japanese summit since 2011.
  • Killing of Khashoggi must be condemned in strongest possible terms - May

    Killing of Khashoggi must be condemned in strongest possible terms - May

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    Khashoggi , a Washington Post columnist and U.S. resident, was last seen on October 2, when he walked into the Saudi consulate to obtain paperwork to marry his fiancee Hatice Cengiz. "The individuals who did this, did this outside the scope of their authority". "The Government of Saudi Arabia has shamefully and repeatedly offered one lie after another in the almost three weeks since Jamal Khashoggi disappeared in their Istanbul consulate", Ryan said in a statement.
  • White House, CNN Engage In War Of Words Over Explosives Packages

    White House, CNN Engage In War Of Words Over Explosives Packages

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    He's "an intentional liar" who uses "a methodology of mistruth" with the aim of unsettling the mainstream media and the political left. An hour later she sent another tweet that said the White House's condemnation "certainly includes threats made to CNN as well as current and former public servants".
  • Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum targeted by second racist robocall

    Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum targeted by second racist robocall

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    Of course, that closing argument comes too late for many in a state with extensive early voting. Gillum, mayor of Tallahassee, is facing former U.S. "Well, hello there! I is the negro, Andrew Gillum , and I be askin' you to make me governor of this here state of Florida", the minute-long call begins, according to a recording obtained by the Post.
  • 18 dead as floods sweep away students, teachers near Dead Sea

    18 dead as floods sweep away students, teachers near Dead Sea

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    At least 17 are dead; more than 20 were injured. At least 18 people have been killed after flash floods swept away a group of teachers and students visiting hot springs near the Dead Sea. Prime Minister Omar Razzaz rushed to the scene, overseeing part of the rescue operation and visiting the wounded at an area hospital. Jordan's King Abdullah cancelled a trip to Bahrain to follow the rescue.
  • Mattis Expected to Send Hundreds of Troops to Border

    Mattis Expected to Send Hundreds of Troops to Border

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    In support of this goal, each Border Patrol station has assigned representatives maintain positive relationships with landowners to foster communication and transparency regarding border security issues. Candy Guillermo, a 37-year-old migrant in the caravan who had heard about the plan to deploy troops, was surprised she and the children in the group would be considered a threat.
  • RUSSIA: Putin warns of 'new nuclear arms race'

    RUSSIA: Putin warns of 'new nuclear arms race'

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin has met with US National Security Adviser John Bolton , after the Kremlin said President Donald Trump's talk of quitting a decades-old Cold War-era nuclear arms control treaty was unsafe. "An impression is being formed that the United States desperately attempts to restrain historical processes which are not under its control and tries to secure dominant positions for itself in various spheres including military", she said .
  • Jamal Khashoggi death: Trump 'not satisfied' with Saudi account

    Jamal Khashoggi death: Trump 'not satisfied' with Saudi account

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    The mole was part of a sophisticated online effort "dictated" by controversial Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman and carried out by his advisers to quash domestic and global criticism of Saudi Arabia , according to the Times . A Saudi government statement describes the Turkish allegations as "baseless". What is Saudi Arabia's version of events? The Saudi king also ordered the setting up of a ministerial body under the chairmanship of the crown prince to restructure the ...
  • Australian PM delivers national apology to victims of institutional child sexual abuse

    Australian PM delivers national apology to victims of institutional child sexual abuse

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    Both the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference (ACBC) and Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) state that they also recommit themselves "to working with the community to eliminate the scourge of child sexual abuse ". A National Centre for Excellence will be established to raise awareness and understanding of the impacts of child sexual abuse and guide best practice for training and services.
  • NYTimes: China Listens to Trump Cellphone Calls, Tries to Sway Policy

    NYTimes: China Listens to Trump Cellphone Calls, Tries to Sway Policy

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    Trump reportedly has two iPhones that the National Security Agency programmed for official use, but he is known to keep a third, personal phone that remains unaltered . In what amounts to a marriage of lobbying and espionage, the Chinese have pieced together a list of the people with whom Mr. Trump regularly speaks in hopes of using them to influence the president, the officials said.
  • Utah athlete killed on campus, suspect found dead

    Utah athlete killed on campus, suspect found dead

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    When they responded and searched the area they found her dead body in the parked vehicle near the south tower of the Medical Plaza. Her mother says she dumped him when she learned about his criminal history. "This news has shaken not only myself but our entire University of Utah athletics family to its core", school athletic director Mark Harlan said in a separate statement .