• Hundreds Of Chicagoans Rally For Charlottesville Victims
Hundreds Of Chicagoans Rally For Charlottesville Victims

One woman was killed on Saturday, August 12th, when a vehicle plowed into a group of counter-protesters who had gathered to oppose a rally organized by white nationalists . Inskeep feels grateful for "every person whose heart was burdened and broken and whose sentiments and love went out to the people who that happened to, not just in Charlottesvi...

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  • Dunford says USA military options are for if sanctions fail - South Korea
Dunford says USA military options are for if sanctions fail - South Korea

He said the USA was "locked and loaded" after the North threatened to target the U.S. territory of Guam with missile tests. North Korea has previously mobilised large crowds to show its resolve when tensions escalate. The military has made no significant movement of troops or equipment in recent days to prepare to fight North Korea. -China trad...

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  • Ukraine Denies Supplying Rocket Engines To North Korea
Ukraine Denies Supplying Rocket Engines To North Korea

The IISS report said that the engine did not physically resemble any LPE manufactured in China, France, India, Iran, Japan or the United States, which left the former Soviet Union states as the most likely source. "Yuzhmash, as a state enterprise, completely complies with the requirements of the Missile Technology Control Regime, of which Ukraine h...

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  • Student shown in viral photo of white supremacist rally speaks out
Student shown in viral photo of white supremacist rally speaks out

One woman was killed when a auto drove into a crowd of counter-protesters, and US President Donald Trump has come under criticism for failing to explicitly condemn white extremist groups, including neo-Nazis. "It originated as basically nearly kind of a comedy account where I would search for people tweeting the phrase, "I'm not racist but", and ...

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  • Restaurant under attack by gunmen in Burkina Faso
Restaurant under attack by gunmen in Burkina Faso

Six Canadians were among those killed in an attack on a hotel in Burkina Faso in January, 2016. "This is a terrorist attack", Communications Minister Remi Dandjinou said yesterday. Security forces arrived at the scene with armoured vehicles after reports of shots fired near Aziz Istanbul. French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday condemned the...

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  • Ottawa negotiators set for first round of NAFTA talks
Ottawa negotiators set for first round of NAFTA talks

It set the basic template for many deals that followed, including the CAFTA with Central America and the Dominican Republic, and China's entry into the World Trade Organization. As USTR, Lighthizer is by law the president's principal adviser on trade policy and the country's main representative during trade negotiations. "One reason that thes...

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  • Sahara Group's Aamby Valley auction process begins at Rs37,000 crore reserve price
Sahara Group's Aamby Valley auction process begins at Rs37,000 crore reserve price

In the last hearing, the Supreme Court had approved the Official Liquidator to execute the initial two steps of the auction process. However, market sources claim the actual prevalent market prices of these properties, including the constructions, amenities, world-class infrastructure and the goodwill, could be at least thrice the reserve price...

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  • More than 600 thousand Syrian refugees returned home in 2017,
More than 600 thousand Syrian refugees returned home in 2017,

Refugees returning from Turkey and Jordan reportedly returned mainly to Aleppo and Al Hasakeh Governorates. The International Organization for Migration ( IOM ) spokesperson Olivia Headon said the 602,759 returned between January and July, which is looking to exceed the 2016 tally of 685,662, but it were less that the 809,661 displaced this year....

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  • Rare white moose spotted in Sweden
Rare white moose spotted in Sweden

So the next day he returned to the spot and was lucky enough to spot it again. Last month, an extremely rare pale tiger in Southern India also went viral after it was photographed for the first time. No mention of who keeps track of these things, but "white moose counter" seems like a pretty good job description to me. The Associated Press re...

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  • Texas A&M won't host white nationalist rally
Texas A&M won't host white nationalist rally

The rally's organiser, Preston Wiginton, claims prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer will attend the event. He sent out a press release Saturday with the banner headline "TODAY CHARLOTTESVILLE TOMORROW TEXAS A&M". Raney made the announcement on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives just hours after lawmakers said they were working ...

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  • TJ Watt's starter status: Mike Tomlin isn't getting 'suckered'
TJ Watt's starter status: Mike Tomlin isn't getting 'suckered'

Watt found out about his brother T.J. The performance by T.J. Watt was more than enough to have his older brother immediately reacting on Twitter following the first sack alone. "I will let him address all of those bold statements regarding rotations", Tomlin said after practice Monday. "I want my brother to do good, but then I'm like, wait a s...

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  • Mattis warns of risk of war if NKorea fires at U.S. soil
Mattis warns of risk of war if NKorea fires at U.S. soil

If North Korea fires missiles deemed to be a threat to Guam, "then it's game on, and we will try and do our best to make sure it does not hit the United States ", Mattis said. Trump, in turn, would consult with America's allies. Trump will issue an order later on Monday to determine whether to investigate Chinese trade practices that force US fi...

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  • Jerry Jones on Frank Broyles: 'This is an immeasurable loss'
Jerry Jones on Frank Broyles: 'This is an immeasurable loss'

After spending three years as an assistant at Baylor and one at Florida, he returned to his alma mater as offensive coordinator in 1951. Broyles was 92 years old. "Coach Broyles' name, his legacy, and spirit will continue to guide and grow collegiate athletics in this country for as long as young men and women aspire to compete and prosper fr...

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  • 'Hahahaha Love This:' Cop Under Investigation For Laughing About Car Incident
'Hahahaha Love This:' Cop Under Investigation For Laughing About Car Incident

Officer Conrad Lariviere wrote " Hahahaha love this, maybe people shouldn't block road ways " in response to a story about a man driving his vehicle into a crowd of anti-protesters at a white supremacist rally on Saturday. " If in fact this post did originate from an officer employed with the Springfield Police Department, this matter will be rev...

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  • Blakeway North's Panorama uncovers trouble in the skies
Blakeway North's Panorama uncovers trouble in the skies

Meanwhile, a BBC Panorama investigation found arrests of passengers suspected of being drunk at United Kingdom airports and on flights were up 50 per cent in a year. Another shop in the airport gave the correct advice while World Duty Free told the broadcaster it was "committed to dealing with the issue", and "advisory notices" were placed both i...

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  • North Korea cautions 'nuclear war' as Guam wakes up to D-Day
North Korea cautions 'nuclear war' as Guam wakes up to D-Day

But those who don't take the situation seriously can't be faulted. Even if a means is found to pull back from the brink of war, Trump's incendiary threats have fundamentally altered the calculus of geopolitics, not only in North East Asia but internationally.

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  • Districts in solar eclipse's path see unique learning opportunity
Districts in solar eclipse's path see unique learning opportunity

Washington County schools will not have class on August 21, which is the day of the solar eclipse; however, there will be a series of lessons leading up to the solar eclipse to educate students on the phenomenon. "Sadly, the more information we gathered the more it became clear that we were fighting an uphill battle". The district has thoroughly ...

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  • 'Yes, You're Racist' Twitter account exposes those who protested in Charlottesville
'Yes, You're Racist' Twitter account exposes those who protested in Charlottesville

Images of the protests have gone viral and a Twitter account called, "Yes, You're Racist " is shaming those who marched by asking the internet to identify and expose those who participated in the violent demonstrations. In a statement , the University of Nevada acknowledged that one of its students had been identified as one of the "Unite the Right...

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  • Sebastian Gorka Just Increased The Chances of Nuclear War
Sebastian Gorka Just Increased The Chances of Nuclear War

US President Donald Trump's "fire and fury" warning to North Korea has rattled US allies and adversaries alike and has prompted senior American officials to send mixed signals on Pyongyang, a sign of ongoing deep divisions in the Trump administration.

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  • One dead, 7 injured after auto plows into pizzeria near Paris
One dead, 7 injured after auto plows into pizzeria near Paris

The driver of the BMW was arrested after the vehicle hit the terrace of the cafe in Sept-Sorts, near La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, French media say. Images on social media showed a auto embedded in the front a Pizza Cesena, with tables and chairs strewn across the pavement around it.

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