• I'm Not The Angry Racist They See In That Photo
I'm Not The Angry Racist They See In That Photo

One of the social media posts resembled a wanted poster or a missing-persons flyer: Photographs of men were arranged in rows, seeking their names and employers. He also would not identify what clubs he is in involved with at the university, but said he has been an active student. "It was a huge tragedy", he told KRNV upon returning to Reno ...

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  • 'Avoid travelling to or from Waterloo' South West Trains warns
'Avoid travelling to or from Waterloo' South West Trains warns

The London Ambulance Service (LAS) confirmed no one required hospital treatment after a train left the track, but the incident is causing severe travel disruption in the capital. "Disruption expected until end of the day". In addition, we are investigating an operational incident near Waterloo station, which will cause further disruption.

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  • Zimbabwe's first lady accused of beating model partying with sons
Zimbabwe's first lady accused of beating model partying with sons

Mugabe's sons, Robert Peter Mugabe Jr and Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe are well-known for throwing parties and living in luxury apartments. "She was in pain and couldn't talk". "When Grace entered, I had no idea who she was. I did not lift a finger on the first lady". Engels' mother, Debbie, said they were going to open an assault case yesterday.

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  • Mohan Bhagwat defies collector's order, hoists tricolor at Kerala school
Mohan Bhagwat defies collector's order, hoists tricolor at Kerala school

The management said no rule was violated as the Collector's order only said that the flag should be hoisting by a public figure in the presence of the principal and school authorities. The RSS chief is in Kerala on a two-day visit as the ruling CPM and the RSS-BJP are in an uneasy truce following an intense political war of words over last month'...

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  • Charlottesville: Sessions condemns
Charlottesville: Sessions condemns "racial intolerance and hatred"

Senator Ted Cruz (TX) issued a statement on Saturday, asking the Justice Department to start an investigation into James Alex Fields Jr., the man who ran into a group of Antifa rioters in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend. Representative Martha Roby condemned the violence taking place: "Appalled by the unspeakable bigotry and violence by ...

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  • Frustration is all that's escalating in nuclear standoff
Frustration is all that's escalating in nuclear standoff

The North's plan is to launch four missiles into the waters around the U.S. Pacific territory: one to the north, one to the south, and one each east and west. Our government must press for measured responses to bring the temperature down. For many years, the North Korean mission at the United Nations has provided a quiet avenue of communication f...

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  • N. Korean leader weighs 'close and careful plan' to strike near Guam
N. Korean leader weighs 'close and careful plan' to strike near Guam

President Donald Trump said he would respond to further threats from North Korea with "fire and fury", and North Korea threatened to attack Guam, a United States territory. Still, the top envoys' meeting may deal with the recent spike in tensions between North Korea and USA over the former's missile and nuclear programme.

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  • North Korea's Kim to Trump: It's your move
North Korea's Kim to Trump: It's your move

AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. The op-ed by Tillerson and Mattis in The Wall Street Journal stresses the US's efforts to get the global community, especially China and the UN Security Council , on board with denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.

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  • Illinois Home To 32 Hate Groups: Southern Poverty Law Center
Illinois Home To 32 Hate Groups: Southern Poverty Law Center

Barack Obama's presidency ran from 2009 to January 2017; it was during his presidency that unfair treatment by the police towards the black community was highlighted. Louis - are labeled as neo-Nazi and black separatist by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Ku Klux Klan has 130 operating groups in the US currently, and there has been a 197-perc...

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  • Seven People Killed in Attack at UN Headquarters in Timbuktu
Seven People Killed in Attack at UN Headquarters in Timbuktu

In another incident on Monday, armed men opened fire on United Nations peacekeepers and Malian troops in Douentza, in central Mali. It is a predominantly Muslim country. The UN is looking into whether there was any connection between the two attacks. A Malian military source, confirming the attack, said reinforcements had been sent to bolster s...

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  • Pakistan celebrates its 70th Independence Day
Pakistan celebrates its 70th Independence Day

On the other hand, Pakistan began work on its flag project and made a decision to hoist a 400 feet high flag on its side of the border. While addressing to the nation at Wagah Border, COAS felicitated the entire nation saying that Pak forces will never disappoint the nation and will stand resilient against enemies.

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  • Stuart Broad excited as big night approaches
Stuart Broad excited as big night approaches

We are just going to have to be so adaptable on the day and figure out what's going on. "I have bowled one ball with the pink ball and that was at Chelmsford as a Sky demo where..." "It's an exciting concept". "The team which will come out successful this week will be the team which reacts quicker". West Indies have arrived in England without s...

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  • Uber seeks to lift or shorten 1-month suspension
Uber seeks to lift or shorten 1-month suspension

In an official advisory dated, August 14, 2017, the LTFRB suspended the accreditation of Uber System, Inc. The LTFRB, in its order, has recommended to Uber to extend financial assistance to its peer-operators as they are the one directly affected by the suspension due to the company's negligence.

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  • Friend of Charlottesville victim speaks up
Friend of Charlottesville victim speaks up

A man who survived the crash spoke about what happened. Fields is also at the center of a civil-rights investigation. The 32-year-old killed during the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville , Va., will be buried Wednesday, her family said .

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  • Vigils held in CT following violent Virginia protests
Vigils held in CT following violent Virginia protests

The violence broke out late Saturday morning after hundreds of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and neo-Confederates converged on Charlottesville to protest the removal of a statue of a Confederate general. A 20-year-old man from OH is being held and could face a second-degree murder charge. After being told about the white supremacist goal ...

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  • Man accused of crashing into protesters denied bond
Man accused of crashing into protesters denied bond

The woman who was killed was identified as Heather Heyer , a 32-year-old paralegal and social justice activist. Downer said he would not grant bond to Fields , at least until he met with a court-appointed lawyer, Charles Weber. "Trump's not a white supremacist ", Bloom said. Teachers there are recalling Fields as a neo-Nazi and an avow...

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  • US Vice President Pence To Begin Latam Tour In Colombia
US Vice President Pence To Begin Latam Tour In Colombia

Pence, who made Colombia his first stop on a four-country Latin American trip, said, "We have many options for Venezuela , but ( President Trump ) also remains confident that working with all of our allies across Latin America, we can achieve a peaceable solution".

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  • Gen. Dunford visits Asia amid North Korea threats, China trade dispute
Gen. Dunford visits Asia amid North Korea threats, China trade dispute

Security Council position and joint actions by the global community to isolate Pyongyang", Phares said. Moon told U.S. President Donald Trump in a telephone conversation on Monday South Korea also wants to build a nuclear-powered submarine, presidential officials said.

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  • Kiwi Labour MP Chris Hipkins outed as citizenship row instigator
Kiwi Labour MP Chris Hipkins outed as citizenship row instigator

Joyce narrowly won the seat in the 2016 Australian election. The citizenship crisis has escalated with the Government threatening to refer up to seven members of the Federal Opposition to the High Court. Liberal frontbencher Michael Sukkar said it was a "serious" issue if an Australian political party was working to undermine the government. Th...

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  • Central Intelligence Agency reportedly admits North Korean nukes are good enough reach USA cities
Central Intelligence Agency reportedly admits North Korean nukes are good enough reach USA cities

Siobhon McManus, a 22-year-old English teacher at Southern Christian Academy, attended Monday's rally to support peace as well as stress to the USA and North Korea that Guam doesn't want to have a target on its back anymore. President Trump has taken a harsher stance against North Korea than his predecessor, Barack Obama, while Pyongyang has carrie...

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