• Saudi Arabia's full statement on the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Saudi Arabia's full statement on the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia on Saturday admitted that dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate in Istanbul , state media said, two weeks after his disappearance sparked global furore. Meanwhile, in a statement, the White House said it is "saddened" to know about the Khashoggi's death. Earlier Friday, Turkey's foreign minister Mev...

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  • Manafort can only wear prison jumpsuit to court appearances
Manafort can only wear prison jumpsuit to court appearances

And Rosenstein has wide discretion on what he releases to Congress, and whether he releases any of it publicly. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte and House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said in a statement that Rosenstein would sit for the closed-door interview on October 24.

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  • Too early to know cost of Brexit transition extension - minister
Too early to know cost of Brexit transition extension - minister

The goal of the implementation, or transition, period is to allow businesses time to prepare, to avoid disrupting holidaymakers and to implement worldwide security measures. In Brussels, the expectation is if there is a deal, it won't be ready to be signed off until the European Council's December summit, leaving parliaments there and in Westmi...

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  • At least 50 dead in train crash
At least 50 dead in train crash

According to The Times of India , citing railway officials, they had spilled on the tracks to get a good view of a burning effigy of the demon Ravana, which is a tradition of the annual gala. "The tragedy is heart-wrenching". Severed bodies, including of many children, were still lying on the accident site hours after the incident with angry peopl...

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  • NYPD to Bring Charges Against 9 Proud Boys Members
NYPD to Bring Charges Against 9 Proud Boys Members

The Southern Poverty Law Center , a nonprofit legal advocacy organization that monitors extremist activity, classifies the Proud Boys as a hate group due to its alleged use of anti-Muslim and white nationalist rhetoric. The comments were blasted by some Democrats as well as Republicans. Marc Molinaro, the Republican candidate for governor, called ...

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  • Trump praises Montana congressman who assaulted reporter: 'Never wrestle him'
Trump praises Montana congressman who assaulted reporter: 'Never wrestle him'

He detailed that he saw a Trump supporter doing wrestling moves in the crowd while Trump continued his attack on reporters. Earlier this year, Biden, who is considering a 2020 presidential bid, said he would have "beat the hell" out of Trump when they were younger.

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  • Deaths Of Missing Wisconsin Girl’s Parents Ruled Homicide
Deaths Of Missing Wisconsin Girl’s Parents Ruled Homicide

Jayme had been seen at a birthday party Sunday afternoon and relatives told CBS News that she seemed well. Jayme is considered endangered. An undated photo of missing 13-year-old Jayme Closs of Barron, Wisconsin. Authorities canvass the town and Jayme's school for information, and a nationwide Amber Alert was sent out for Jayme. The sheriff...

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  • Top US general 'uninjured' in Kandahar attack that killed Afghan general
Top US general 'uninjured' in Kandahar attack that killed Afghan general

He said Kandahar Gov. Zalmay Wesa also died after being taken to a hospital, although security officials in the capital maintained Wesa was wounded but survived. A senior security official said the governor's bodyguard opened fire and hit Razeq in the back as soon as officials came out of the meeting. More than 50,000 members of Afghanistan's a...

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  • Chief Justice Roberts Tells Audience Supreme Court Will Work For 'One Nation'
Chief Justice Roberts Tells Audience Supreme Court Will Work For 'One Nation'

Chief Justice John Roberts, in his first remarks about the contentious appointment of new Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, sought to convince a law school audience that the court "does not serve one party or one interest, we serve one nation".

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  • Pentagon Confirms Death Of U.S. Airman In Ukrainian Fighter Jet Crash
Pentagon Confirms Death Of U.S. Airman In Ukrainian Fighter Jet Crash

The name of the American pilot is being withheld pending next of kin notification, Bowyer-Meeder said. A Ukrainian Air Force pilot was also killed during what the Ukrainian Defense Ministry called "a training and combat flight". Military prosecutors in Ukraine's Central region have launched an inquiry. In recent years, concerns have risen about R...

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  • At least 10 killed in blast at Crimea college
At least 10 killed in blast at Crimea college

Aksyonov said on television that the student, a local man acting alone, killed himself after the attack. The TASS news agency cited Russia's National Anti-terrorism Committee as saying the suspect's body has been found inside the college.

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  • Donald Trump, Michael Avenatti in Twitter tiff over Stormy Daniels' defamation ruling
Donald Trump, Michael Avenatti in Twitter tiff over Stormy Daniels' defamation ruling

Avenatti appealed the ruling to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, he wrote Monday night on Twitter . In April, Daniels appeared on ABC's The View and unveiled the sketch of a man who she says accosted her in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.

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  • Australia considers moving embassy to Jerusalem
Australia considers moving embassy to Jerusalem

Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi, speaking at a joint news conference with Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki in Jakarta, reaffirmed Indonesia's support for a two-state solution to the Middle East dispute and warned Australia against the risk of insecurity.

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  • Hurricane Michael: Claims 18 lives so far, search continues in affected areas
Hurricane Michael: Claims 18 lives so far, search continues in affected areas

Chuan Milford cries while she thanks Florida National Guard soldiers for loading up her vehicle with food and water. A woman in a green Philadelphia Eagles T-shirt thanked the first lady for her anti-bullying campaign. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have arrived in Florida to survey damage in the state as well in Georgia...

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  • Chief spreading bull: Cherokee Nation rejects Elizabeth Warren’s DNA results
Chief spreading bull: Cherokee Nation rejects Elizabeth Warren’s DNA results

He called it "phony " and said even the Cherokee Nation denies Warren. This has been a controversial topic for years, with President Trump repeatedly questioning her heritage and calling her "Pocahontas". Hoskin, in his statement, did not refer to Warren as a "fraud". But Warren had a role in this, too: Journalists in Boston started unc...

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  • John Oliver Grapples With WWE Plans For Saudi Arabia
John Oliver Grapples With WWE Plans For Saudi Arabia "Crown Jewel" Event

The WWE has been expanding into Saudi Arabia, hosting a major event earlier this year which was marked by controversy over showing women wrestlers during a promotional segment . and Saudi Arabia, as well as the Khashoggi situation. Oliver, specifically, called out Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - also known as MBS - for attempting to...

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  • Nepal rescuers retrieve bodies of 9 climbers killed on Mount Gurja
Nepal rescuers retrieve bodies of 9 climbers killed on Mount Gurja

The South Korean embassy in Nepal said Sunday that all nine bodies were transported to a nearby village. after a mission that began early in the morning. Friday's storm was the deadliest incident in Nepal's mountaineering industry since 18 people were killed at Mount Everest base camp in 2015 in an avalanche triggered by a powerful quake.

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  • Storm Leslie hits Portugal, leaves thousands without power
Storm Leslie hits Portugal, leaves thousands without power

Hurricane-force winds have struck central and northern Portugal, leaving 300,000 homes without power. Some weakening is forecast during the next day or so, but Leslie is expected to transition into a powerful post-tropical cyclone by Saturday night, October 13.

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  • More Cities Deciding Not To Celebrate Columbus Day
More Cities Deciding Not To Celebrate Columbus Day

On what has traditionally been Columbus Day - the second Monday in October - numerous cities including Los Angeles , Seattle , Denver, Nashville and Santa Fe, New Mexico recognize Indigenous Peoples Day , amid growing criticism of a failure to recognized Native American's history and contribution.

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  • Pentagon Grounds F-35 Fleet After Crash
Pentagon Grounds F-35 Fleet After Crash

The inspections will look at possible defects in fuel tubes in the engines and are expected to be completed within the next several days. A person familiar with Lockheed's delivery pipeline said the company was already flying and testing the jets slated for near-term delivery.

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  • Latest Storm Callum update from Met Éireann after emergency meeting
Latest Storm Callum update from Met Éireann after emergency meeting

Gusts of 60 to 70mph are forecast, possibly higher for exposed hills and coastlines. Meanwhile winds of 50 to 60mph are expected widely in warning area, with gusts expected to peak at 70mph in the most exposed parts. Both Chirk Castle and Erddig Hall have also been closed throughout today due to the high winds. "Road users should also be aware of...

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  • US Limits Nuclear Tech To China Citing Proliferation, Military Diversion
US Limits Nuclear Tech To China Citing Proliferation, Military Diversion

Trump renewed his charge that past presidents Obama and George W. Bush "let China get out of control" through the massive USA imports of manufactured goods. China's central bank cut its daily reference rate for a ninth day to 6.9120. Over the first nine months of the year, China's surplus with its largest export market totaled $225.79 billion, co...

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  • Air India Express flight makes emergency landing in Mumbai
Air India Express flight makes emergency landing in Mumbai

According to local residents residing near Tiruchy-Pudukkottai national highway, fortunately, when the aircraft crashed the compound wall, also very close to the National highway, there was no bus or lorry movement then; otherwise a major mishap could have taken place, the residents said.

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  • Kremlin refuses to comment on Bellingcat report
Kremlin refuses to comment on Bellingcat report

The two men are accused by British authorities of attempting to murder Skripal and his daughter Yulia with a Soviet-made nerve agent called Novichok in March in the city of Salisbury in southwest England. One person contacted by Bellingcat said they had been at college with Mishkin and had recognized him from the Russia Today interview with t...

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  • Suspect in Bulgarian journalist slaying arrested in Germany
Suspect in Bulgarian journalist slaying arrested in Germany

Bulgaria's chief prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov named the suspect as Severin Krasimirov, born in 1997, and said he was already sought in connection with another rape and murder. The body of Viktoria Marinova was found over the weekend in Bulgaria's northern city of Ruse near an alley. Ms Marinova's death has also angered many in Bulgaria, where th...

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