• With Saudis, We Shouldn't Put Our Morals on a Shelf
With Saudis, We Shouldn't Put Our Morals on a Shelf

Khashoggi's disappearance is threatening to spark a geopolitical crisis as the USA and Turkey demand answers from Saudi Arabia. Saudi officials have strongly denied any involvement in his disappearance and say that he left the consulate soon after arriving.

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  • Meghan tries her hand at Aussie Rules football
Meghan tries her hand at Aussie Rules football

Although there are many rules and protocols while meeting the royals, it might not be the case when it comes to kids. The prince and his US-born wife were met on Dubbo's airport tarmac by gleeful schoolkids waving Australian flags, before unveiling a new aircraft for the country's Royal Flying Doctor Service at the airport.

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  • BC Cannabis Stores website up and running
BC Cannabis Stores website up and running

While Trudeau cast the bill in a public health lens, in order to make marijuana more hard for teenagers to access and erode black market profits, the global financial community is eagerly looking at Canada to see how legalization plays out.

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  • Two Pilots Die In Ukrainian Fighter Jet Crash, U.S. Pilot 'Involved'
Two Pilots Die In Ukrainian Fighter Jet Crash, U.S. Pilot 'Involved'

The U.S. Army has an ongoing mission in Western Ukraine focused on training indigenous ground forces involved in the fight against Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine's east. The pilots were taking part in a "training and combat flight" as part of multinational military exercises with the United States and seven other North Atlantic Treaty Orga...

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  • German police detain suspected hostage-taker and free woman
German police detain suspected hostage-taker and free woman

The man was known to police for offences including theft and fraud, she said, adding that it was not certain that the owner of the documents was the hostage taker. Before police stormed the pharmacy, the entire train station, one of the biggest in Germany, was evacuated. "We're doing everything to get the hostage out of there unharmed", Mr Gilles...

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  • Trump denies offering $1M after Warren takes DNA test
Trump denies offering $1M after Warren takes DNA test

He concluded Warren's ancestry is mostly European but says "the results strongly support the existence of an unadmixed Native American ancestor". Diehl said he thinks part of Warren's aim in dropping the DNA bombshell is to divert the attention of MA voters away from just how much time she is spending on her presidential ambitions.

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  • An Irishman drowned after being swept out to sea during Storm Callum
An Irishman drowned after being swept out to sea during Storm Callum

This video, taken by Tom Hurley, shows the waves coming over the sea wall and the seafront road submerged in water. Yellow warnings for rain and wind have also been issued across much of the west coast of the United Kingdom, from northern Scotland to Land's End in Cornwall.

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  • Thousands march in Chicago to encourage voting in midterms
Thousands march in Chicago to encourage voting in midterms

It all started with the retirement of Supreme Court judge Anthony Kennedy, a liberal conservative and the so-called swing vote. "In this week's poll , 70 percent of voters say they are very motivated to vote - including 77 percent of Democrats, 68 percent of Republicans, and 60 percent of independents".

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  • WATCH Palestinian Protests Against Israel Rage at Gaza Border
WATCH Palestinian Protests Against Israel Rage at Gaza Border

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said on Saturday that Israel would halt the transfer of fuel into the Gaza Strip until violence along the volatile border ends, following yet another weekend of clashes between Palestinians and the Israeli army.

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  • Landfall Process For Very Severe Cyclone ‘Titli’ Starts At Odisha’s Gopalpur
Landfall Process For Very Severe Cyclone ‘Titli’ Starts At Odisha’s Gopalpur

Efforts are on to clear roads blocked by uprooted trees and restore power supply in affected areas at the earliest, he said. As cyclone "Titli" entered the land mass, some districts, including Ganjam, Gajapati and Puri, are receiving good amount of rainfall coupled with high speed wind.

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  • Mohammed Dewji: Africa's 'youngest billionaire' abducted in Tanzania
Mohammed Dewji: Africa's 'youngest billionaire' abducted in Tanzania

They drove into the hotel and opened fire before bundling Dewji into a auto and speeding off, said Dar es Salaam regional police commissioner Lazaro Mambosaso . Dewji, 43, has a net worth of $1.5 billion and is Tanzania's only billionaire, according to Forbes . In 2013, he became the first Tanzanian to be on the cover of Forbes magazine, ...

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  • Brett Kavanaugh poised for confirmation to US Supreme Court
Brett Kavanaugh poised for confirmation to US Supreme Court

Republicans control the Senate by a 51-49 margin, and Saturday's roll call vote seems destined to be almost party-line, with just a single defector from each side. None of the people at the high school gathering where Ford said the assault took place have corroborated her account, Collins said. "Republicans are saying: 'Your voices just don't mat...

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  • Manhunt underway for terrorist who killed 2 Israelis execution style
Manhunt underway for terrorist who killed 2 Israelis execution style

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his condolences at a weekly Cabinet meeting on Sunday morning. At the United Nations , Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon memorialized the victims after the Security Council refused to condemn the attack.

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  • Trump After Rosenstein Talk: 'Everybody Understands There Was no Collusion'
Trump After Rosenstein Talk: 'Everybody Understands There Was no Collusion'

The president frequently brings up the IL city when he's talking about crime, and he suggested Chicago consider bringing back the controversial policy used by former New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani, who is also Trump's lawyer. Special counsel Robert Mueller's work been overseen by Rosenstein since Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himsel...

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  • Saudi journalist disappears from consulate in Turkey
Saudi journalist disappears from consulate in Turkey

Khashoggi's fiancée refuted Saudi Arabia's claims to Reuters . "The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, the well-known Washington Post journalist, by the Saudi Arabian Consulate on October 2 at around 13.30 p.m. Hatice Cengiz tweeted in the early hours of Saturday. She told Agence France-Presse (AFP) that she believed Khashoggi "was kidnapped ...

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  • Melania Trump Shoved By Playful Baby Elephant In Kenya
Melania Trump Shoved By Playful Baby Elephant In Kenya

Brigety, a former USA ambassador to the African Union and now dean of George Washington University's school of worldwide affairs. "I like that", Afful added. But on Friday she spent time feeding other young creatures: baby elephants. The US First Lady Melania is expected to leave the country on Friday morning.

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  • Interpol president reportedly missing in China; French police investigating
Interpol president reportedly missing in China; French police investigating

But because Interpol's secretary-general is responsible for the day-to-day running of the police agency's operations, Meng's absence may have little operational effect. Chinese officials have so far made no public comments on the issue. His wife said she hadn't heard from him since he travelled to China on September 29, Reuters reported.

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  • Justices Sotomayor, Kagan warn against
Justices Sotomayor, Kagan warn against "politicization" of the Supreme Court

The incident allegedly took place when they were both in high school. Stevens added, "I've never really been a political person". Comments by two crucial Republican senators - Jeff Flake and Susan Collins - indicated the Federal Bureau of Investigation report , which was the latest twist in the pitched political battle over Kavanaugh, may ha...

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  • Melania Trump Bumped by Baby Elephant While on Safari During Africa Trip
Melania Trump Bumped by Baby Elephant While on Safari During Africa Trip

The singing and dancing performance then continued outside, where Melania read a story to the same group of children who had walked up the pathway with her, before being read a story by a young a boy. first lady came to do in the country. She appears to be relishing her time in Africa. She also stopped at a site where 105 tons of ivory was bu...

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  • Korean diplomat handling nuclear issues visiting China, Russia
Korean diplomat handling nuclear issues visiting China, Russia

A commentary on North Korea's official KCNA news agency this week, however, said the declaration should have been resolved half a century ago and it could never be a bargaining chip to persuade it to denuclearize. "It will be the US and North Korea who will deal with denuclearization firsthand". That was Kim and Moon's third meeting this year as ...

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  • Donald Trump Mocks Christine Blasey Ford's Testimony At Mississippi Rally
Donald Trump Mocks Christine Blasey Ford's Testimony At Mississippi Rally

President Trump blasted Christine Blasey Ford's Senate testimony - which accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault - at a campaign rally in Mississippi Tuesday night. "You could be somebody that was flawless your entire life and somebody could accuse you of something". 'Where was the place?' I don't remember. "'I had one b...

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  • Trump administration to deny visas to same-sex partners of U.N
Trump administration to deny visas to same-sex partners of U.N

The U.S. Mission to the United Nations portrayed the decision-which foreign diplomats fear will increase hardships for same-sex couples in countries that don't recognize same-sex marriage-as an effort to bring its global visa practices in line with current U.S.

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  • Westchester Resident to Senator Flake:
Westchester Resident to Senator Flake: "Don't Look Away From Me"

His attorney, Barbara "Biz" Van Gelder, wouldn't say Tuesday when the interview concluded or what Judge was asked. He says it's important that senators have a chance to ask directly about what the FBI investigated, what evidence they collected and who they interviewed.

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  • McConnell says Senate to vote on Kavanaugh 'this week'
McConnell says Senate to vote on Kavanaugh 'this week'

Ford's emotional testimony that she was sexually assaulted by a drunken Kavanaugh at a party proved adequately credible to the committee to call for a postponement of the Senate vote . Believe me: "They respect us". At face value, the fact that opposition to Kavanaugh's nomination has gone up in the wake of his testimony won't help persuade on...

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  • Paws for peace: Kim Jong Un sends two dogs across DMZ
Paws for peace: Kim Jong Un sends two dogs across DMZ

The number of North Korean defectors to South Korea has fallen since Kim Jong-un came to power seven years ago, a South Korean lawmaker has said. The North insists it needs reciprocal concessions from the United States, including the lifting of crippling economic sanctions and an official declaration that the 1950-53 Korean War has ended.

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