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The 39-year-old woman entered the school in Banan district when the children were in the playground, the BBC reported. A crowd of police officers, parents and children can also be seen outside the kindergarten in the videos that emerged after the incident.
  • Trump says he's 'bringing out the military' at border

    Trump says he's 'bringing out the military' at border

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    US Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said in an interview with Fox News Channel that her department had asked the Pentagon for help to bolster its capabilities as it polices the border, including asking for "some air support. The troops will not engage in lethal operations to stop the migrants. The migrants, who number in the thousands and include many women and children, are fleeing poverty and violence in Honduras and Guatemala, and are trekking through Mexico in hopes of ...
  • World's longest sea bridge between China-Hong Kong to open on Wednesday

    World's longest sea bridge between China-Hong Kong to open on Wednesday

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    It will reduce travel time between Hong Kong and Zhuhai from four hours to just 45 minutes. "I think this bridge will bring great convenience to the whole area of Zhuhai, Hong Kong and Macao, and promote the economic development of the whole area of the Pearl River Delta", resident Dang Zheiliang told AFP.
  • How To Watch Stacey Abrams vs

    How To Watch Stacey Abrams vs

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    The Republican Governors Association slammed Abrams for her criticism of the free market, saying she's " too extreme for Georgia ". Just 30 or so people attended the 1992 protest on the steps of Georgia's state Capitol: a smattering of student activists, but mostly reporters and a few Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents, snapping photos of demonstrators lighting a state flag on fire.
  • Mexico allows thousands of migrant women and children to enter the country

    Mexico allows thousands of migrant women and children to enter the country

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    The Trump administration has characterized most US -bound Central Americans as economic migrants who have no legal standing to enter the United States. "In this way we confront the phenomenon of migration, because he who leaves his town does not leave for pleasure but out of necessity", said Lopez Obrador, who takes office December 1.
  • 'Oldest Intact Shipwreck Known To Mankind' Found In Depths Of Black Sea

    'Oldest Intact Shipwreck Known To Mankind' Found In Depths Of Black Sea

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    Professor Adams, who is Black Sea MAP's principal investigator, said: " A ship, surviving intact, from the Classical world, lying in over 2km of water, is something I would never have believed possible ". The find could drastically alter our understanding of 'ancient shipbuilding and seafaring'. "Normally we find amphorae (wine vases) and can guess where it's come from, but with this it's still in the hold", said Dr Helen Farr, a marine archaeologist from the University of Southampton , ...
  • Brexit deal 95% done says Theresa May

    Brexit deal 95% done says Theresa May

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    Those assurances had previously been simply that a political declaration on the future EU-UK relationship, due to be agreed this year alongside the withdrawal treaty that would smooth Britain's March exit, would state that a way would be found to avoid customs posts.
  • Sheriff seeks 2,000 volunteers to search for Wisconsin girl

    Sheriff seeks 2,000 volunteers to search for Wisconsin girl

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    Though nobody spoke, "a lot of yelling" could be heard. The log does not indicate who made the 911 call, who was yelling or what was being yelled. She is believed to have witnessed the murders, but is not considered a suspect based on evidence recovered at the scene, police said.
  • Trio of big earthquakes strike off coast of Vancouver island

    Trio of big earthquakes strike off coast of Vancouver island

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    A magnitude 6.8 natural disaster struck northwest of Canada's Vancouver Island late Sunday, according to the United States Geological Survey. There was no tsunami threat, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said . Earlier this year, a report said that a 9.0 quake could hit off the West Coast of Canada, which would kill thousands of people and cause massive tsunami waves around the West Coast.
  • Caravan of people headed to U.S. 'national emergency'

    Caravan of people headed to U.S. 'national emergency'

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    Over the weekend, media coverage focused on migrants trying to cross a bridge between two countries - but it was not between Mexico and the United States. Critics of the caravan have noted that the flags seen among the group include Honduran and Guatemalan flags, but no American flags. The group of men, women and children gathered in Esquipulas before setting out on foot.
  • Trump foresees no Democratic 'blue wave' coming

    Trump foresees no Democratic 'blue wave' coming

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    Leaders are clear about what's not on the agenda: impeachment of Trump - at least until the outcome of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 US elections and possible Trump campaign collusion with Moscow. Cummings would also examine the use of private email at the White House by Trump's son-in-law and aide Jared Kushner, aides said. So is MI, where Republicans hold all high state offices (where Donald Trump won in 2016).
  • Trump hopes to pick UN ambassador from 5 candidates

    Trump hopes to pick UN ambassador from 5 candidates

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    Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and President Donald Trump's ongoing feud over Warren's Native American heritage. He added that he was now interviewing five candidates to be Washington's next ambassador to the United Nations. "Actually when the president found that I was Indian-American, he asked me if I was from the same tribe as Elizabeth Warren", Haley added. "As a member of the Trump Cabinet, it is a thrill to be out to dinner without being harassed", Haley said.
  • Death on Punjab tracks: Rail traffic resumes after cops, protesters clash

    Death on Punjab tracks: Rail traffic resumes after cops, protesters clash

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    Witnesses and survivors said the deafening noise of fire crackers masked the sound of the approaching train. A near-empty passenger train was plied on the railway section amid tight security measures on Sunday evening. The train driver has been detained at the Ludhiana railway station and questioned by the Punjab and Railway Police Saturday. Another train had narrowly missed the crowds two minutes earlier, officials said.
  • Saudi King, Crown Prince Phone Jamal Khashoggi's Son, Condole His Death

    Saudi King, Crown Prince Phone Jamal Khashoggi's Son, Condole His Death

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    While the claim has not been verified by officials in public, Turkish authorities have consistently leaked details of the investigation to pro-government media outlets and their reports have been largely accurate. The Saudis have laid out different versions of the circumstances that led to the death of Khashoggi , a Washington Post columnist and critic of Saudi Crown Prince, who was not seen after entering the consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2.
  • President Trump Make America Great Again rally in Houston moved

    President Trump Make America Great Again rally in Houston moved

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    Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, said Thursday he has not changed his mind about impeaching President Donald Trump - but Congress should await the finish of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe. Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesRepublican Sen. "[And when in] broad daylight, on Twitter, he asked his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to end the Russian Federation investigation, I would say that's obstruction in action".
  • Government to boycott Saudi summit over Khashoggi killing: Payne

    Government to boycott Saudi summit over Khashoggi killing: Payne

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    The statement said that 18 Saudi citizens had been arrested and that two senior officials had been sacked. "We will continue to closely follow the worldwide investigations into this tragic incident and advocate for justice that is timely, transparent and in accordance with all due process", the White House Press Secretary said.
  • Prince Harry opens Invictus Games after storm delays

    Prince Harry opens Invictus Games after storm delays

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    Meghan was back with Harry at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games - this time in Sydney - on Saturday, October 20. With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continuing their royal tour , we think there will be even more of these moments to love and appreciate.
  • Russian woman charged with interfering in USA midterm elections

    Russian woman charged with interfering in USA midterm elections

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    Elena Khusyaynova , the woman charged by the DOJ, was apparently the chief accountant for this project funded by Yevgeny Prigozhin , a Russian oligarch who's been referred to as "Putin's chef". The accounts were used "to create and amplify divisive social and political content targeting United States audiences". The US is concerned about the campaigns "to undermine confidence in democratic institutions and influence public sentiment and government policies", the officials said in a joint ...
  • White House, senators increase pressure over Saudi writer

    White House, senators increase pressure over Saudi writer

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    Turkish officials have said they fear a Saudi hit team that flew into and out of Turkey on October 2 killed and dismembered Khashoggi, who had written Washington Post columns critically of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. In the days following his disappearance, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have demanded answers from the Saudis, an immediate halt of USA arms sales to the repressive monarchy, and total withdrawal of American support for the kingdom's vicious assault on ...
  • Putin blames fatal college attack in Crimea on globalisation

    Putin blames fatal college attack in Crimea on globalisation

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    It is reported that an 18-year old student, Vladislav Roslyakov, studying at the vocational school is the one that carried out the attack. Russian Federation in the past few years has seen several school shootings that authorities say were reportedly inspired by gun violence in the U.S.
  • Trump Calls Elizabeth Warren a Total Fraud

    Trump Calls Elizabeth Warren a Total Fraud

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    Earlier this week, Warren released the results of a DNA test which shows she likely had a Native American ancestor six to 10 generations back. What is the impact other than to alienate Native Americans who do not accept her claim? On Wednesday, Warren told The Boston Globe that she wishes she had been more careful to distinguish between her claims about her family tree and the notion that she might belong to an actual tribe.
  • No Brexit without backstop, says EU Parliament President

    No Brexit without backstop, says EU Parliament President

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    Speaking to France-Inter radio, Mr Barnier said the deal was "90%" done and he was hoping to complete it "in a few weeks or a few months, as soon as possible". "But I believe everybody around the table wants to get a deal". "I am going to ask Prime Minister May whether she has concrete proposals on how to break the impasse", EU President Donald Tusk declared.
  • Indonesia Questions Australian Leader's Announcement on Jerusalem Embassy Move

    Indonesia Questions Australian Leader's Announcement on Jerusalem Embassy Move

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    It expressed surprise in a statement at what it said was "the paradoxical logic" of the Australian prime minister who emphasizes adherence to the two-state solution and continues to encourage the parties to continue dialogue and negotiations toward a peace agreement, while considering recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel .
  • Top US commander in Afghanistan target of attack

    Top US commander in Afghanistan target of attack

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    AFP adds: Five Czech soldiers have been injured in an apparent suicide attack on a military convoy in Afghanistan only two months after three others were killed, the Czech Defence Ministry said on Thursday. The attack comes just days after the Taliban and the Afghan government said USA envoy Zalmay Khalilzad met with Taliban officials in Qatar to discuss a peace deal with the terror group.
  • The US President praised China threat higher than the Russian

    The US President praised China threat higher than the Russian

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    He said not just Russian Federation that meddled in the 2016 presidential election. Donald trump admitted the fact of Russia's interference in American elections, but noted that the intervention of China "is a more serious problem". "I don't want to pledge", he added. Ushakov also confirmed that US national security adviser John Bolton will be in Moscow at the start of next week for talks with Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev.
  • State TV broadcasts in Syria's east for 1st time in years

    State TV broadcasts in Syria's east for 1st time in years

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    The crossing's closure in 2015 cut a transit route for hundreds of trucks a day transporting goods between Turkey and the Gulf, and Lebanon and the Gulf, in multi-billion dollar annual trade. Liberman said that the UNDOF had begun to operate and patrol the area with the assistance of the IDF once again, announcing that as far as Israel was concerned, they were ready to open the crossing as before.
  • New Ad Hits Ted Cruz For Liking White Castle Instead of Whataburger

    New Ad Hits Ted Cruz For Liking White Castle Instead of Whataburger

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    O'Rourke's pollsters have told him to come out on the attack". During a segment on climate change and oil taxes: "Senator Cruz is not going to be honest with you", O'Rourke said . "Cruz accepted $120,000 from the Political Actions Committees who represent the corporate interests that benefited from this tax cut", O'Rourke charged.
  • Saudi Arabia show under fire from HBO host

    Saudi Arabia show under fire from HBO host

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    Former WWE Superstar John Layfield is coming to the defense of WWE for continuing their plans to run the Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia on 11/2. Oliver, specifically, called out Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - also known as MBS - for attempting to paint a portrait of a more progressive nation.
  • Storm Callum fading after strong winds, rain kills 2 in UK

    Storm Callum fading after strong winds, rain kills 2 in UK

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    Meteorologists have upgraded their weather warning from yellow to amber as Wales prepares for the arrival of Storm Callum. Parts of southern Scotland are set for more dismal weather throughout the rest of today and tomorrow, with persistent heavy rain forecast.
  • Hurricane Leslie weakens as it heads toward Portugal, Spain

    Hurricane Leslie weakens as it heads toward Portugal, Spain

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    He also gave the injury toll but added that none were life-threatening. Hundreds of people remained in an arts centre in Figueira da Foz after a concert because of the high winds. Risky winds with gusts reaching 75mph, perhaps as high as 90mph with exposure, unsafe surf and heavy rainfall (locally over 100mm) will affect Portugal and western Spain tonight and into Sunday before the system weakens as it moves inland.
  • Air India flight hits wall at Trichy airport, gets diverted to Mumbai

    Air India flight hits wall at Trichy airport, gets diverted to Mumbai

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    Following this, however, the flight was diverted to Mumbai where it landed safely . The First Officer Captain Anurag has an experience of about 3000 hours on the B 737. "Someone is trying to give it different spin". It is not known whether a technical snag or pilot error led to the incident, the officials here said.
  • Scotland’s weather: Storm Callum to strike the country

    Scotland’s weather: Storm Callum to strike the country

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    Areas in the south and south west could see between 50 and 100mm of rain by the end of Friday, with as much as 120 to 160mm falling over high, south-facing ground. Localised coastal/tidal flooding is probable on Friday along the south Wales coast and is also possible for west Wales, the Wye estuary, and some north-west and south-west coasts of England.
  • South resumes supplying water in North Korean border town

    South resumes supplying water in North Korean border town

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    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would be held after U.S. congressional elections on November 6. Despite the current mood of detente and negotiation between the Koreas, the removal of sanctions will be a hard decision for Seoul's government. During her conversation with lawmakers, Kang described Seoul's unilateral sanctions as a key obstacle in restarting South Korean tourism to the North's Diamond Mountain resort, which was ...
  • Trump declares Kavanaugh 'proven innocent', internet calls him out

    Trump declares Kavanaugh 'proven innocent', internet calls him out

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    Kavanaugh will be closely scrutinized from his first day on the bench. One guy's a college sports fanatic who loves beer and football, the other is an average guy from Kentucky who saw his twitter mobbed with interest in recent weeks, prompting him to declare "this is a bad time to be named Brett Kavanagh".
  • Popular Bulgarian Journalist Victoria Marinova Raped And Beaten To Death

    Popular Bulgarian Journalist Victoria Marinova Raped And Beaten To Death

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    In October 2017, Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a vehicle bomb near her home, while in February this year Slovakian journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kusnirova were shot dead . Slovak journalist Jan Kuciak was shot dead along with his fiancee in February after he reported on corrupt ties between Slovak officials and Italian mobsters.
  • Melania Trump feeds baby elephants, dances with children on Africa trip

    Melania Trump feeds baby elephants, dances with children on Africa trip

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    On her view of her husband's sometimes sharp or derogatory comments, particularly on Twitter , she said, "I don't always agree what he tweets, and I give him my honest advice". "She thinks animals are precious and doesn't like big-game hunting", said Stephanie Grisham, the first lady's spokeswoman. He listened sometimes, and sometimes did not, she said.