• Friends, Family Members Mourn Victims of Schoharie Crash
Friends, Family Members Mourn Victims of Schoharie Crash

His niece had worked in record-keeping at a hospital in Amsterdam and had recently married the love of her life, Vertucci told the Times Union . Officials, including Sen. Two bystanders also were killed. Police said that, of the 20 victims, 18 had been inside the limousine. Tavenner said the New York Department of Transportation outlawed heavy...

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  • Bush's daughter ties the knot in secret Kennebunkport ceremony
Bush's daughter ties the knot in secret Kennebunkport ceremony

Laura carried a bouquet and of white blooms with tons of greenery and wore her hair down in flawless soft waves. The wedding ceremony was a true family affair, with the bride's aunt Dorothy Bush Koch officiating. 7, 2018. Jenna served as matron of honor, while her daughters, 5-year-old Margaret and 3-year-old Poppy , were flower girls, accordi...

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  • Israel Arrests Mother, 2 Sisters of Palestinian Shooter Suspect
Israel Arrests Mother, 2 Sisters of Palestinian Shooter Suspect

Barkan industrial park is adjacent to the settlement of Barkan and was established in the early 1980s. Surveillance footage spread online that appeared to show the Palestinian fleeing the site with a gun. The last Gaza war in 2014 took place after a series of events that began with the murder of three Israelis hitchhiking in the occupied We...

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  • Melania Trump Visits the Pyramids as She Wraps up Solo Africa Tour
Melania Trump Visits the Pyramids as She Wraps up Solo Africa Tour

Mrs. Trump visited a few of Egypt's many cultural sites including the Sphinx, and the Great Pyramid - one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Egypt was the fourth and last stop of her African trip, which had seen her promoting the work of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), a department that has seen its funding c...

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  • Pompeo visit to China kicks off with frosty exchange
Pompeo visit to China kicks off with frosty exchange

Commenting on Pompeo's meeting with Kim, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Kim was expected to visit Russian Federation soon. Another planned trip by Pompeo to Pyongyang was scrapped after what Trump said was insufficient progress towards implementing the terms of the Singapore declaration.

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  • Michael becomes a hurricane as it heads to U.S.
Michael becomes a hurricane as it heads to U.S.

This satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a view of Tropical Storm Michael , lower right, churning as it heads toward the Florida Panhandle, Sunday, Oct. Outer bands from Michael are expected produce as much as 4 inches of rain through Tuesday in the Florida Keys, one of several areas in the stat...

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  • The Debate - Trump Humiliating Saudi Arabia
The Debate - Trump Humiliating Saudi Arabia

But bin Salman downplayed Trump's remarks, saying "you have to accept that any friend will say good things and bad things". Khashoggi is, however, the first Saudi national whose arrest - if that is indeed what has happened - appears to have taken place in a country that is neither a Gulf neighbour nor a close ally.

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  • Pakistan's opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif remanded for 10 days in corruption case
Pakistan's opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif remanded for 10 days in corruption case

MINGORA: PML-N activists here took out a protest rally here against the arrest of party president Shahbaz Sharif and called it a conspiracy against their party. Shahbaz Sharif's vehicle returns from NAB Lahore's office. "Such actions will no more be tolerated". "This arrest which took place close to the by-elections shows that the government is s...

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  • Missing Saudi Journalist: Turkey believes Saudi reporter killed
Missing Saudi Journalist: Turkey believes Saudi reporter killed

Amnesty International called on Saudi authorities to "immediately disclose the evidence supporting their claim that Jamal Khashoggi left the consulate last Tuesday, otherwise their claims are utterly baseless and only exacerbate suspicions that they are indeed detaining him in what would amount to an enforced disappearance".

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  • No signs of life in hotel rubble, week after Indonesia quake
No signs of life in hotel rubble, week after Indonesia quake

National disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said in Jakarta on Wednesday afternoon that 519 of the bodies had been buried. Malacañang on Friday announced the country's preparedness to assist its Southeast Asian neighbor Indonesia as massive natural disaster and tsunami devastated Sulawesi Island last week.

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  • Russian spies hacked officials to protect doping athletes, United States charges
Russian spies hacked officials to protect doping athletes, United States charges

All 298 passengers and crew - most of whom were Dutch - were killed when the jet crashed in an area held by Russia-backed separatists. Speaking with reporters in the House of Commons foyer on Thursday, foreign affairs parliamentary secretary said additional sanctions on Russian Federation are possible, and could be announced in a matter of days...

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  • Interpol quizzes China after president vanishes during trip home
Interpol quizzes China after president vanishes during trip home

Meng's appointment as president in 2016 - amid Chinese leader Xi Jinping's sweeping anti-corruption drive - alarmed some human rights organizations, fearful it would embolden China to strike out at dissidents and refugees overseas. In a statement, it said: 'This is a matter for the relevant authorities in both France and China'. It is the lates...

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  • Amid trade spat, US-China military tensions soar
Amid trade spat, US-China military tensions soar

During a meeting of the UN Security Council, President Donald Trump has accused China of interfering in American elections to help his Democratic rivals. Mattis characterized China's militarization in the South China Sea as being for "intimidation and coercion". The Americans reported the Chinese ship conducted a series of "aggressive" manoeu...

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  • May treats Conservative Party conference to a dance
May treats Conservative Party conference to a dance

To " Dancing Queen " by 70s pop group Abba , no less. After proving herself far from being twinkletoes during a tour of Africa, she chose to shimmy in on stage with Abba's Dancing Queen playing on the speakers during a Conservative Party conference.

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  • United Kingdom says Russian Federation was behind 4 major cyber-attacks on Western democracies
United Kingdom says Russian Federation was behind 4 major cyber-attacks on Western democracies

It claimed the Kremlin was responsible for the theft of emails from a UK-based TV station in 2015, the hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in 2016 and the BadRabbit and World Anti-Doping Agency attacks of 2017. Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly and angrily rejected similar charges. Tensions between the United Kingdom...

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  • Turkey's Erdogan refuses to release American pastor
Turkey's Erdogan refuses to release American pastor

Turkey declared a state of emergency for the first time on July 20, 2016 following a defeated coup attempt by the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) which left 251 people martyred and almost 2,200 injured. Both Cologne mayor Henriette Reker and the state's premier Armin Laschet declined to attend the mosque opening ceremony. At a state dinn...

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  • Sen. Angus King: 'Made Me Feel Sick' to Hear Trump Mock Ford
Sen. Angus King: 'Made Me Feel Sick' to Hear Trump Mock Ford

Any combination of two of them, combined with the vice president's tie-breaking vote, would be enough to put Judge Kavanaugh on the high court. McConnell needs at least two of three undecided Republicans, assuming all Senate Democrats oppose Kavanaugh's nomination.

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  • UK's Boris Johnson says: Chuck PM May's Brexit plan
UK's Boris Johnson says: Chuck PM May's Brexit plan

European Union leaders have rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's plan for close post-Brexit trade ties, and demanded she rework the ideas before a summit next month. Mr Johnson's visit to the party conference is a one-day event amid mounting criticism of his recent actions in speaking out against the government.

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  • Key Republicans criticise Trump for 'appalling' mockery of Kavanaugh accuser
Key Republicans criticise Trump for 'appalling' mockery of Kavanaugh accuser

Mr Flake and senators Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska were instrumental last week in holding up Mr Kavanaugh's confirmation vote. But the undecided senators - Flake, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of ME, all Republicans; and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Joe Manchin III of West Virginia, both Democrats - are ...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation completes interview of Kavanaugh's high school friend
Federal Bureau of Investigation completes interview of Kavanaugh's high school friend

Note: Just days ago, Trump called Blasey Ford a " very credible witness ". At a rally in MS on Tuesday night, Trump mocked Ford for not having answers to some questions during her testimony. For some key Republican U.S. senators, no matter where they appeared in the country, newly emboldened protesters, mostly women, were there as well, after b...

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  • 'I don't remember': Trump mocks Christine Blasey Ford's testimony
'I don't remember': Trump mocks Christine Blasey Ford's testimony

In her emotional testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee last Thursday that was watched by more than 20 million Americans, Ford said she was "100 percent" sure Kavanaugh had attacked and attempted to rape her in the summer of 1982, when they were both high school students attending a party.

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  • Donald Trump: 'Scary time for young men' in US
Donald Trump: 'Scary time for young men' in US

This is a very, very, very hard time ", he said. Speaking to reporters at the White House on Tuesday, Mr Trump said: "My whole life I've heard, "you're innocent until proven guilty", but now you're guilty until proven innocent". He had previously called her a "very credible witness". 'I don't remember.' How did you get there? "Now I am not sayin...

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  • Turnout for Macedonian name change vote is low
Turnout for Macedonian name change vote is low

In a peaceful and democratic vote an overwhelming majority of those who exercised their right to vote said yes to the Prespa agreement on the name issue and their European path. "Nato's door is open" and Macedonian MPs ought to " seize this historic opportunity", he said. Macedonian opponents see changing their country's name as a national humiliat...

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  • Music, dance as Mrs. Trump arrives in Ghana on Africa trip
Music, dance as Mrs. Trump arrives in Ghana on Africa trip

In addition to Ghana, she is due to visit Malawi, Kenya and Egypt before returning to Washington early on October 7. Mrs. Trump also cradled an infant and declared the baby a "beautiful boy" as she handed him back to his mother. Mrs. Trump's visit opened in low-key fashion. The first ladies met privately for about a half-hour at Jubilee House, ...

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  • White House: FBI Investigation Into Kavanaugh Isn't Being Limited
White House: FBI Investigation Into Kavanaugh Isn't Being Limited

She certainly believes she experienced something. "Ms. Keyser does not refute Dr. Ford's account, and she has already told the press that she believes Dr. "I think the only person who retained their calm, and demeanor and remained judicious was the person who was first testifying - Professor Ford ", he told KIRO Radio's Dave Ross .

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