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Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on Fox News that Khashoggi's killing was "a rogue operation" and that "we don't know where the body is'". German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she backs a freeze on arms exports to Saudi Arabia following the killing of writer Jamal Khashoggi . 21 called the killing a "huge and grave mistake", but sought to shield its powerful crown prince from the widening crisis, saying Mohammed bin Salman had not been aware.
  • UKRAINE Moscow breaks communion with Constantinople

    UKRAINE Moscow breaks communion with Constantinople

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    Metropolitan Hilarion, who heads foreign relations for the Russian Orthodox Church, said Russian Orthodox leaders chose to "break the Eucharistic communion" in response to actions it called "lawless and canonically void". Patriarch Filaret was excommunicated by the Russian Orthodox Church in the dispute with Moscow over the status of the Ukraine Church, but has now been reinstated by the Istanbul clerics.
  • Ukrainian military jet crashes killing 2

    Ukrainian military jet crashes killing 2

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    USA servicemen stand in front of US F-15 fighter during an air force exercises on Starokostyantyniv military airbase in Ukraine, Oct. 12, 2018. Officials said Wednesday they were waiting to release further details, such as the airman's job, until next of kin was notified.
  • Stormy Daniels Fires Back at Trump: 'Game On, Tiny'

    Stormy Daniels Fires Back at Trump: 'Game On, Tiny'

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    The US leader has frequently mocked the senator by calling her "Pocahontas" at political rallies and on Twitter - in response, Senator Warren yesterday released a DNA test she took that shows "strong evidence" that she had a Native-American ancestor.
  • Australia considers following USA policy shift on al-Quds

    Australia considers following USA policy shift on al-Quds

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that Australia was considering recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital . The BBC also cited the premier as saying that one future scenario could involve Australia recognizing a Palestinian capital in East Jerusalem al-Quds and an Israeli capital in West Jerusalem al-Quds.
  • Elizabeth Warren, typical white person

    Elizabeth Warren, typical white person

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    He started Tuesday with three tweets claiming Warren's DNA test is "bogus" and that she perpetrated a "scam and a lie". Kim TallBear, the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience and Environment at the University of Alberta, issued a statement saying "For Elizabeth Warren to centre a Native American ancestry test as the next move in her fight with Republicans is to make yet another strike - even if unintended - against tribal sovereignty".
  • HURRICANE LESLIE: Spain on full alert as tropical storm sweeps country TODAY

    HURRICANE LESLIE: Spain on full alert as tropical storm sweeps country TODAY

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    More than 15 thousand houses in Portugal were left without electricity because of the storm " Leslie ". The main motorway in Portugal was blocked by a fallen tree preventing services from traveling. These downpours were also fed by a conveyor belt of rain that linked up with Hurricane Leslie racing towards Portugal. The storm is expected to become a post-tropical cyclone and dissipate by Sunday night or Monday.
  • SOU celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

    SOU celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

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    Columbus Day is just hours away which means celebrating the Italian explorer for some, but distress for others who are upset over treatment of indigenous people. "We thought it was important to honor them with that day off". Christopher Columbus has worn out his welcome in L.A. In advance of the city's inaugural Indigenous Peoples Day, a statue of Columbus located just outside Grand Park in downtown L.A.
  • Australia's F-35 fleet grounded after US Joint Strike Fighter crash

    Australia's F-35 fleet grounded after US Joint Strike Fighter crash

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    The F-35 stealth jet has been called the most expensive weapons system in history, and its development was beset by multiple delays before it was deemed combat ready. If known properly functioning fuel tubes are already installed, those aircraft would be returned to flight status. "We will take every measure to ensure safe operations while we deliver, sustain and modernize the F-35 for the warfighter and our defense partners", DellaVedova said.
  • Prospect of Trump-Xi talks raises hope for thaw in trade war

    Prospect of Trump-Xi talks raises hope for thaw in trade war

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    China retaliated last month by putting tariffs ranging from 5 to 10 percent on $60 billion worth of American goods, coming into effect the same day as the American measures. The Chinese trade surplus with Europe was $12.7 billion. Exports increased 14.5 per cent overall in September based on United States dollar values, according to HSBC.
  • Trump can meet Kim after U.S. mid-term polls

    Trump can meet Kim after U.S. mid-term polls

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    However, there are growing calls for easing sanctions. Washington has consistently stressed that sanctions will be remain in place until North Korea relinquishes its nuclear arsenal, with the State Department on Monday insisting that the US and China were "unified" on the pressure campaign against the DPRK .
  • Limo in deadly NY crash recently failed inspection, governor says

    Limo in deadly NY crash recently failed inspection, governor says

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    A vigil was planned Monday night in Amsterdam, where some victims lived. The memorial honored 20 people who died in Saturday's fatal limousine crash in Schoharie, N.Y. Before he owned the company, the Pakistani national was an informant for the FBI, where he conducted an undercover investigation for several months in 2008 and 2009, court records show.
  • Was Khashoggi sent to Istanbul by Embassy in DC?

    Was Khashoggi sent to Istanbul by Embassy in DC?

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    Self-exiled Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi went missing in Istanbul , Turkey , Tuesday after entering the Saudi consulate and apparently never walking back out. DailyMail.com said a friend of the journalist revealed that Mr Khashoggi's encrypted messages had been read after he vanished. Turkish officials later announced that they believed Khashoggi was murdered inside of the consulate and that his body was transported out of the building.
  • Suspect Arrested in Killing of Bulgarian Journalist

    Suspect Arrested in Killing of Bulgarian Journalist

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    The suspect was arrested in Germany on Tuesday, three days after the 30-year-old reporter was found dead in a park in the northern Bulgarian city of Ruse near the River Danube. Following the murder, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov expressed hope the perpetrator would be found. "None of them true", he told a news conference. "We, as a country, did not deserve to be smeared like this.
  • Rand gains on Tito Mboweni's appointment as SA finance minister

    Rand gains on Tito Mboweni's appointment as SA finance minister

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    Ramaphosa "must apply the same consistency with other ministers who continue to serve in his cabinet like Malusi Gigaba, Nomvula Mokonyane, and Bathabile Dlamini", it said. Ramaphosa said he had received a resignation letter from Nene and had made a decision to accept it. It said Nene's conduct in meetings with members of the Gupta family had been "unethical conduct of lying and misleading the public about his relations with the Gupta criminal syndicate".
  • Melania Trump: 'Glad' both Kavanaugh and Ford were heard

    Melania Trump: 'Glad' both Kavanaugh and Ford were heard

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    Pointing to television footage of protesters outside the Capitol, he said their numbers paled in comparison to the thousands of supporters awaiting him in Kansas. "There were many , many false things that were said about a very, very fine man and would have destroyed his family if this didn't happen", Trump said, referring to the confirmation.
  • United Kingdom group Bellingcat: Putin honored poisoning suspect in 2014

    United Kingdom group Bellingcat: Putin honored poisoning suspect in 2014

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    The second of two Russians who Britain says poisoned former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter has been named as a military doctor for Russian intelligence by a United Kingdom investigative website. The father and daughter survived after a lengthy hospital stay in intensive care. The group said it would provide forensic evidence and other information it used to conclude Petrov was Mishkin on Tuesday.
  • At least 11 people die as 5.9 magnitude quake rocks northern Haiti

    At least 11 people die as 5.9 magnitude quake rocks northern Haiti

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    Images of damaged homes and partially destroyed buildings were circulating on social media, but AFP was not immediately able to confirm their authenticity. President Jovenel Moise asked worldwide aid agencies to coordinate with local agencies for better relief operations and urged people to donate blood.
  • William Nordhaus, Paul Romer awarded Nobel Economics Prize

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    At its most basic level, the model says the economy needs fuel to function, which in turn creates greenhouse gas emissions that lead to climate change. Romer said that a lot of people ignore climate change as they are under the impression that protecting the environment may be too costly. Apart from this, he obtained an MA and a PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago in 1978 and 1983 respectively.
  • Manhunt after two Israelis killed at West Bank factory

    Manhunt after two Israelis killed at West Bank factory

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    Surveillance camera footage broadcast on Israeli television showed a man armed with a rifle fleeing down stairs and running away from the factory. Army spokesman Jonathan Conricus called it a "terrorist attack" but added that other unspecified factors were involved.
  • United States and China have 'fundamental disagreements', says Mike Pompeo

    United States and China have 'fundamental disagreements', says Mike Pompeo

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    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi before their meeting in Beijing on Monday. In a sign of the modest objectives of the trip, Pompeo told a reporter en route to Japan that one of his goals would be to "make sure that we understand what each side is truly trying to achieve", a comment that signaled the two countries were still a long way off from detailed negotiations on verified disarmament.
  • TopStory - Trudeau hails USMCA as trilateral win

    TopStory - Trudeau hails USMCA as trilateral win

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    But the US Congress is not likely to have a vote on the trade pact until next year, according to media reports. All in the past two weeks. Trump again threatened auto tariffs on Canada, calling it the "mother lode". "We limited the damage and preserved our access to the American market". "The European Union - it's been very tough on the United States". TRUMP: "As one primary aspect, it will transform North America back into a manufacturing powerhouse".