• Trump to work on building business ties at United Nations assembly
Trump to work on building business ties at United Nations assembly

McMaster emphasized that it's the responsibility of all nations to enforce U.N. sanctions on North Korea and address the problem. On the floor at the United Nations on the day of the landslide decision. "If North Korea continues to walk down this path, it has no bright future". Experts disagree about whether the North had the capability to mount ...

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  • UK Leaders Aren't Happy About Trump's Tweets on the London Terror Attack
UK Leaders Aren't Happy About Trump's Tweets on the London Terror Attack

The group has claimed other attacks in Britain this year, including two in London and one at a concert by American singer Ariana Grande in Manchester , but intelligence officials say there is scant evidence that it had orchestrated them.

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  • Woman arrested after viral video shows her thrashing Armyman
Woman arrested after viral video shows her thrashing Armyman

The accused lady was apprehended by the police and FIR under 4 different sections of the IPC was also registered against her. The incident took place on September 9, when an army subedar going towards Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway station to drop off five of its colleagues in a truck.

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  • Actor Harry Dean Stanton Dies After 6-Decade Career
Actor Harry Dean Stanton Dies After 6-Decade Career

Kelly says the actor died Friday afternoon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Twin Peaks creator David Lynch paid tribute to Stanton in a statement . Ebert later conceded that " Dream A Little Dream Of Me ", a 1989 film starring Corey Haim and Corey Feldman that featured Stanton as a philosophical neighbor was a clear excepti...

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  • China, Russia must take direct action against North Korea - Tillerson
China, Russia must take direct action against North Korea - Tillerson

And to top it all off, this week he and International Development Secretary, Priti Patel, were told the Government's response to Hurricane Irma had been "found wanting" and many suffering the storm's devastation in United Kingdom overseas territories "are still in grave need".

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  • California legislature passes bill to become sanctuary state
California legislature passes bill to become sanctuary state

The California Legislature Saturday passed a "sanctuary state" bill to protect immigrants without legal residency in the US, part of a broader push by Democrats to counter expanded deportation orders under the Trump administration. IL recently passed even more protective legislation that bars law enforcement from detaining immigrants exclusively ...

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  • Amla, Perera lead World XI to T20 win
Amla, Perera lead World XI to T20 win

At one stage the World XI had done brilliantly to pull Pakistan's batsmen back as they struggled to let loose in the middle-overs. Opener Hashim Amla remained cool-minded throughout the innings and scored 72 runs after playing 55 balls and hitting 5 fours and 2 sixes.

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  • Kurdish leaders studying western delegation plan to delay referendum
Kurdish leaders studying western delegation plan to delay referendum

Moves toward independence are strongly opposed by Baghdad. Iraqi Kurdish lawmakers voted earlier Friday to hold the referendum on September 25, in the face of bitter opposition from Baghdad and protests from neighboring Iran and Turkey, which fear it will fan separatism among their own Kurdish minorities.

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  • Protesters cover Thomas Jefferson statue in black. Was Trump right?
Protesters cover Thomas Jefferson statue in black. Was Trump right?

The protesters covered the statue with a black tarp and put a sign on the nation's founding father that read "TJ is a racist and rapist". "One month ago, we stood on the front lines in downtown Charlottesville as all manner of white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and neo-fascists swarmed the area", a speaker told the crowd, the Daily Progress repo...

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  • Vatican diplomat in United States recalled due to child-porn investigation
Vatican diplomat in United States recalled due to child-porn investigation

The Vatican declined to identify the diplomat nor disclose which nationality he belongs to, but confirmed he is a senior member of the Vatican embassy staff, and that he is now in Vatican City. "The United States encourages the Holy See to ensure full implementation of its reforms and policies created to protect minors and provide justice regarding...

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  • Jose expected to become a hurricane again in the Atlantic
Jose expected to become a hurricane again in the Atlantic

The second storm is only just beginning but it could eventually develop into Hurricane Maria amid fears that it might threatened the Leeward Islands. The storm formed September 5 in the open Atlantic, brushed northeast Caribbean islands as a Category 4 storm and did a loop the loop before tracking west again toward the U.S.

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  • Pak SC rejects Nawaz Sharif's review petitions
Pak SC rejects Nawaz Sharif's review petitions

Talking to reporters outside the court, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader and Minister for Information Technology Anusha Rahman said the court's decision was a "disappointment" for her party. LONDON • Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak and his British counterpart Theresa May have reaffirmed the strong ties between Malaysia and the United Kingdo...

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  • Donald Trump Calls For ESPN To 'Apologize For Untruth'
Donald Trump Calls For ESPN To 'Apologize For Untruth'

After the MSNBC reporter said she was looking for clarification, Sanders stated, "I'm just asking you to be respectful of your colleagues". During an interview with FOX Business' Stuart Varney of Varney & Co., Damon said viewers tune in to a sports channel to watch sports not politics.

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  • 11-year-old boy with lawn mowing business cuts White House grass
11-year-old boy with lawn mowing business cuts White House grass

Frank said he wants to be a Navy SEAL, to which Trump exclaimed, "He'll make it". The Hill said Trump promised to invite Giaccio and his family into the Oval Office for a longer talk after he was finished mowing. FX said he normally charges eight dollars per lawn (about £5.90) but chose to mow the White House lawn free of charge. The White ...

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  • Steve Mnuchin might want to stop talking for a little while
Steve Mnuchin might want to stop talking for a little while

I've never asked the government to pay for my personal travel. The Treasury Department considered it, he said, because he needed access to secure communications channels while on the trip. "This was one of the things we explored". When a commentator criticised her for using taxpayers' money for the getaway, Ms Linton responded telling the woman...

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  • Trump Tweets Response to Attempted London Terrorist Attack Calling Them 'Losers'
Trump Tweets Response to Attempted London Terrorist Attack Calling Them 'Losers'

But in a series of explosive tweets just hours after the atrocity, US President Trump suggested Scotland Yard had the attacker "in their sights". Eighteen were taken by ambulance and the other four made their own way to the hospital, the NHS said, adding that the injured have been taken to four London clinics.

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  • 911 calls came too late for 3 children slain in California
911 calls came too late for 3 children slain in California

His three children - all under the age of 12 - were killed at the family's West Sacramento home Wednesday evening, after a violent altercation between Hodges and his wife. Robert Hodges was taken into custody shortly after midnight early Thursday morning, after he was pulled over by California Highway Patrol officers on Interstate 80 near W...

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  • Qatar said to be seeking meetings with US Jewish leaders
Qatar said to be seeking meetings with US Jewish leaders

Meanwhile on Wednesday, Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber al-Mubarak al-Sabah met with Erdogan at his presidential palace. Few countries, including Israel, Saudi Arabia and the Egyptian government which came to power after toppling the country's first democratically elected president, Mohammed Morsi, designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terror...

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  • Protesters in St. Louis face off with police in riot gear
Protesters in St. Louis face off with police in riot gear

She also said: "It's time to take a harder look at how officer-involved shootings are addressed in our city", adding that there need to be "further examination and clarity in the laws that govern the use of deadly force by police officers".

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  • Centre to file affidavit on Rohingyas in Supreme Court on Monday
Centre to file affidavit on Rohingyas in Supreme Court on Monday

An affidavit on the issue, which the government later said was just a draft and being worked upon, was leaked after it was inadvertently served on the counsel for petitioner Muhammad Salimullah. The views of Centre were endorsed by former ambassador to Bangladesh, Veena Sikri, who said the decision to deport the Rohingyas is justified if viewed fro...

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