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While President Trump took shots at Democrats in conservative Pensacola, Florida on Saturday, Jimmy Buffett hurled musical insults at Republicans in West Palm Beach during a Democratic campaign rally for U.S. Trump's Saturday travel fit a familiar profile, with both rallies scheduled to support GOP candidates who are narrowly trailing in most recent polling and will need the base to turn out in force next week.
  • Netanyahu refers to Saudi's regional power after Khashoggi murder

    Netanyahu refers to Saudi's regional power after Khashoggi murder

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    Pompeo, in an interview with KMOX radio in St. Louis, said President Donald Trump had made it clear Washington would respond to the killing. The outcry in the US demonizing Saudi Arabia over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Kingdom's consulate in Istanbul threatens US-Saudi strategic ties, the former Saudi intelligence chief warned on Wednesday.
  • Early in-person voting tops 2M in North Carolina

    Early in-person voting tops 2M in North Carolina

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    According to NBC, the current turnout is looking more like a 2014 electorate than it is a 2016 electorate. More than 16 percent of voters to date have Spanish surnames, a higher share than in any previous midterm election. Voter turnout in the 2018 midterms looks set to smash records. The last day for early voting is Saturday, Nov. 3 - it is also the last day for same-day registrations.
  • UNICEF warns impeding aid delivery in Yemen will lead to starvation

    UNICEF warns impeding aid delivery in Yemen will lead to starvation

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    The only response at all from their camp was from Yemeni officials backed by the Saudis, who embraced the idea of peace talks, but similarly showed no signs of stopping fighting in the meantime. "My objective is to appeal to the parties to the conflict to understand that there is an opportunity that must be seized, and to say that the humanitarian situation is so dire that if that doesn't happen" the world will have to deal with a starvation in Yemen next year, he said.
  • Kemp, Abrams Near Even in Race For Georgia Governor

    Kemp, Abrams Near Even in Race For Georgia Governor

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    Winfrey will be joining Abrams on the campaign trail. I don't wanna go in those waters, ' she said, shaking her head and waving her finger. She added that Abrams is "standing strong for the values that matter to me and the values that matter to Georgians all over this state".
  • Caravan migrants to Trump: ‘We are not killers’

    Caravan migrants to Trump: ‘We are not killers’

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    Shannon Bream posted the filing from her social media account. On Friday, President Donald Trump revised his statement about treating rocks in the hands of migrants like guns by saying he "didn't say shoot". Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has left no doubt that his top priority as leader of the military is making it more "lethal" better at war and more prepared for it and yet nothing about the military's new mission at the US-Mexico border advances that goal.
  • Oprah campaigns for Stacey Abrams in Georgia

    Oprah campaigns for Stacey Abrams in Georgia

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    Winfrey is in Georgia in support of Abrams , who hopes to become Georgia's first black female governor. "I love the spirit of Oprah's speech today, who is an independent". "And to vote for myself", Winfrey said to cheers. "You are disrespecting and disregarding their legacy, their suffering and their dreams when you don't vote", she added.
  • Egypt attack: Gunmen target bus with Coptic Christians

    Egypt attack: Gunmen target bus with Coptic Christians

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    Bishop Makarios of Minya said the wounded had been taken to a hospital in Beni Mazar, around 200 kilometres (120 miles) south of Cairo . The Islamic State group claimed the attack in a message via its propaganda agency Amaq. The terror group killed more than 40 people in twin church bombings in April 2017 and a month later shot dead 28 Christians in Minya province as they headed to a monastery on a bus.
  • Couple falls to death while talking pictures?

    Couple falls to death while talking pictures?

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    It's still unclear how the couple had fallen, but Viswanath's brother told NBC that the couple had set up a tripod on the ledge of the ridge to take a selfie . Both Moorthy and Viswananth were born in India but lived and worked in the United States. Some US media reports said the couple, both IT professionals, from Kerala may have plunged to their deaths while taking selfies at the unsafe spot.
  • Two Hurt In Sony Music HQ

    Two Hurt In Sony Music HQ "Machete" Attack In West London

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    Two people were injured and one man arrested following the incident, which police said was not terror related. He did not appear to be injured, while the two casualties are not thought to be in a critical condition. One eyewitness tweeted: "Just seen the Sony offices emptied". Then we ran for the fire exit'. It ends in a cul-de-sac before a footpath joins Kensington Square Garden, one of the capital's oldest garden squares.
  • Bus plunges into Chinese river after fight between driver and passenger

    Bus plunges into Chinese river after fight between driver and passenger

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    According to Chinese state media, the police have now deemed that the fight between the passenger and the driver was the cause of the accident. A total of 15 people were on board the bus. The driver took his right arm off the steering wheel and fought back. Rescue workers and boats on the site where a public bus plunged into the Yangtze River after colliding with a auto in Chongqing, China on Oct 28, 2018.
  • Criminal probe into Leave donor Arron Banks over referendum cash

    Criminal probe into Leave donor Arron Banks over referendum cash

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    Banks' links to Russian Federation have come under intense scrutiny. The self-styled Brexit bad boy mounted a campaign against Matthew Elliott from rival group Vote Leave, who they dubbed "Lord Elliott of Loserville". And she said the Electoral Commission had "failed to understand the nature of the loan agreements" and was seeing them through "their own biased lens".
  • Sisters found tied together in NY river identified

    Sisters found tied together in NY river identified

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    The sisters moved to the US from Saudi Arabia with their mother in 2015, settling in Fairfax, a suburb of Washington D.C., police said. "While we continue the expansive investigation into the deaths of sisters Tala & Rotana Farea-whose bodies were found on Oct 24 at the edge of the Hudson River in Manhattan-we urge anyone w/ info to call CrimeStoppers 800-577-TIPS", Shea said via Twitter on Wednesday.