• Yellow Weather Warning In Place For Northern Ireland
Yellow Weather Warning In Place For Northern Ireland

Stronger gusts up to 60mph are possible for southern and western of Ireland, Wales and Scotland . Hazards could include damage to buildings, falling trees or benches, power curs, flying debris and roads and bridges closed. The weather forecast for Wednesday is not part of Storm Helene, which will have moved on, they added. "The western side ...

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  • Typhoon Mangkhut: Deadly typhoon takes aim at south China
Typhoon Mangkhut: Deadly typhoon takes aim at south China

Authorities in the heavily populated province of Guangdong have issued their highest warning level, a red alert. The South China Morning Post said Hong Kong's hospitals had to use backup power due to outages caused by the storm.

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  • GOP Demands Feinstein Release Letter After Kavanaugh Accuser Identifies Herself
GOP Demands Feinstein Release Letter After Kavanaugh Accuser Identifies Herself

Another Republican member, Senator Lindsey Graham, said he is willing to hear from Ms Ford provided that it is "done immediately" to keep the confirmation process on track. It added the letter to Kavanaugh's file but has not opened a criminal investigation. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh . Reports included inaccurate or incomplete infor...

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  • Beto O'Rourke: Officer in Botham Jean shooting should be fired
Beto O'Rourke: Officer in Botham Jean shooting should be fired

The attorneys have questioned why police would have including searching for "narcotics" in the affidavit seeking to search Jean's apartment. Guyger's been charged with manslaughter . "The taint on the investigation from the beginning was exposed through that warrant and through that content". A consensual search was conducted on Guyger's apa...

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  • Accuser's story of attack roils plan for Kavanaugh vote
Accuser's story of attack roils plan for Kavanaugh vote

Mr Kavanaugh covered her mouth with his hand when she tried to scream, she said . Now Christine Blasey Ford , a 51-year-old research psychologist living in northern California , has come forward publicly. Sixty-five senators met individually with Judge Kavanaugh during a almost two-month period before the hearing began, yet Feinstein didn't ...

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  • Number in Novichok suspect's passport file reached Russian military, says report
Number in Novichok suspect's passport file reached Russian military, says report

The two Russians who appeared on state television said they had been wrongly accused of trying to murder the Skripals and said they had visited Salisbury in March for tourism. The source said that after registering at the hotel City Stay Hotel in London Bashirov and Petrov could meet this doctor and another assistant, working at the Russian Embassy...

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  • Abe and Putin meet, talk trade and peace treaty
Abe and Putin meet, talk trade and peace treaty

Indeed, with the United Kingdom and South Korea in attendance, Japanese support could be crucial to a multilateral investment plan in Eastern Russian manufacturing and energy, for which President Putin is aiming. Abe said he and Putin approved a "road map" to realize the activities on the islets in five areas - aquaculture, greenhouse farming, to...

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  • Russian Federation holds biggest military drills since Soviet era
Russian Federation holds biggest military drills since Soviet era

In previous Russian military manoeuvres, "East 2014", some 155,000 soldiers too part, while in the "West 2017" war games, which took place close to the European Union borders, only 12,700 personnel took part, according to Moscow , although Ukraine and the Baltic countries say their number was much bigger.

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  • Former Trump manager Manafort to plead guilty in Mueller probe: court documents
Former Trump manager Manafort to plead guilty in Mueller probe: court documents

Mr. Manafort , convicted by a Virginia jury in August on bank and tax fraud charges, was due to go on trial a second time on related charges in Washington . Manafort's cooperation would be viewed as significant to Mueller's investigation, given his work on the Trump campaign. The charges do not relate to Russian interference in the 2016 presiden...

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  • Russia prepares for biggest war games in its history
Russia prepares for biggest war games in its history

President Vladimir Putin planned to attend the exercises, featuring about 300,000 Russian troops, after hosting Chinese leader Xi Jinping at an economic forum in Russia's far eastern city Vladivostok. "Fundamentally, the goal of this specific exercise is to project Russian military power in the Asia-Pacific region", Kokcharov said. "In some way...

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  • Vladimir Putin: 'nothing criminal' about novichok suspects
Vladimir Putin: 'nothing criminal' about novichok suspects

There is nothing special or criminal there. Putin called on the two men to appear in media to protest their innocence, saying he "wanted to address them directly". "Let's wait for that moment", Peskov told reporters. Putin asked the men to go public. "Maybe later. Next week, I think", he said. He accused Britain of attempting "to unleash a di...

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  • Russian rights group says over 1,000 detained at protests
Russian rights group says over 1,000 detained at protests

The protests against pension reform in 19 cities of Russian Federation arrested 153 people. But opposition leader Alexei Navalny , who is serving a month-long jail term over an earlier illegal protest, is trying to spoil the party with nationwide demonstrations against pension reforms.

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  • Fox News analysts complain bitterly about Obama ‘breaking norms’ by criticizing Trump
Fox News analysts complain bitterly about Obama ‘breaking norms’ by criticizing Trump

The speech which resonated with Kenya's situation where National Super Alliance (NASA) supporters were mocking Jubilee enthusiasts over their voting choice which had subjected all of them to unbearable economic times, vindicated everyone who voted.

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  • Millions prepare for potentially catastrophic Hurricane Florence
Millions prepare for potentially catastrophic Hurricane Florence

More than 1.5 million people were ordered to evacuate their homes along the US southeast coast as Hurricane Florence, the most powerful to menace the Carolinas in almost three decades, barreled closer on Tuesday. WIND: Tropical storm conditions are expected somewhere within the warning area starting late Tuesday. Meanwhile, roughly one...

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  • Bob Woodward Responds to Trump's
Bob Woodward Responds to Trump's "Fake News" Claims in TV Interview

Donald Trump is making an aggressive effort to stem the crisis of authority afflicting his presidency at a critical moment. Woodward wrote in his book that Cohn was "appalled" that Trump might sign the letter, and reportedly said, "I stole it off his desk".

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  • North Korea uses 70th anniversary to push economy, not nukes
North Korea uses 70th anniversary to push economy, not nukes

There was no sign of the Hwasong-14 and -15 missiles that can reach the mainland US and changed the strategic balance when they were first tested a year ago. "If Kim had shown ICBMs with Li watching the parade, it would have been a huge embarrassment to Xi", said Shin Beom-chul, a senior researcher at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies.

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  • Trump calls for probe of NY Times after critical anonymous column
Trump calls for probe of NY Times after critical anonymous column

I would say Jeff should be investigating who the author of that piece was because I really believe it's national security". Trump called for the Times to disclose the author's identity, calling it a threat to national security. "In March 2017, Paul said that the federal government should employ the method to ascertain who leaked the transcr...

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  • Three dead, five wounded in Cincinnati shooting; suspect also dead
Three dead, five wounded in Cincinnati shooting; suspect also dead

Perez is a USA citizen born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, family members said Thursday. Perez hit some of his victims multiple times, according to Isaac. He wanted to come back to his children within another a year or so, she said, once he had saved enough money.

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  • Cops raid home of couple accused of squandering homeless hero's cash
Cops raid home of couple accused of squandering homeless hero's cash

Mark D'Amico and Kate McClure gained viral fame when they started a fundraiser to pay back Johnny Bobbitt, a homeless man who gave $20 to Kate when her auto ran out of gas. Bobbitt said at the time that he did not have an attorney or financial advisor. Bobbitt claimed McClure and D'Amico had spent the GoFundMe money on travel, gambling and ...

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  • Brazil's presidential candidate Bolsonaro stabbed during campaign event (DISTURBING VIDEOS)
Brazil's presidential candidate Bolsonaro stabbed during campaign event (DISTURBING VIDEOS)

Mr Bolsonaro was campaigning in the city of Juiz de Fora when he was stabbed in the abdomen as he was lifted above the crowd. A hospital spokeswoman in the city of Juiz de Fora in Minas Gerais state, where the attack took place, confirmed to Reuters that Bolsonaro had been undergoing surgery but provided no details on his state nor his wounds.

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  • California wildfires: Motorists panic as flames surround highway
California wildfires: Motorists panic as flames surround highway

Further north, dozer line along Middle Ridge is serving as a point for additional defensive firing operations in an effort to protect communities along the I-5 corridor, such as Castella and Dunsmuir. An intense wildfire roared unchecked for a second day on Thursday through drought-desiccated timber in Northern California's Shasta-Trinity National ...

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  • Ceasefire talks fail as airstrikes target last rebel-held region in Syria
Ceasefire talks fail as airstrikes target last rebel-held region in Syria

Turkey has accepted 3.5 million refugees from Syria since the start of the war in 2011. Without a political solution in Syria, "we will see this war reach new levels of horrors", the United Nations special envoy on Syria, Staffan de Mistura, said .

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  • North Korea shows off achievements but not missiles
North Korea shows off achievements but not missiles

Kim told South Korea's envoy on Wednesday that he firmly supports and will be devoted to completely removing the danger of armed conflicts and the horrors of war from the Korean Peninsula and turning it into a cradle of peace without nuclear weapons and free from any nuclear threat.

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  • Woodward's White House book a 'scam'
Woodward's White House book a 'scam'

On the internet and in Washington , a guessing game has raged over who the author might be, prompting almost every cabinet-ranked member of the government to deny it was them. "But it didn't accomplish anything, because Trump's base could care less, the president could care less". "And we are trying to do what's right even when Donald Trump wo...

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  • Active Shooter Reported in Downtown Cincinnati
Active Shooter Reported in Downtown Cincinnati

Original story: Multiple people were shot in Cincinnati Thursday in what police called an "active shooter " situation in the lobby of a downtown building in the central business district. Investigators say the shooting in the lobby and loading dock area of the bank located at 511 Walnut Street. Witnesses tell me they heard 10-12 shots.

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  • South Korean special envoy flies to North Korea
South Korean special envoy flies to North Korea

A South Korean official, briefing reporters Thursday on the talks, said the two countries have also agreed to set up a joint liaison office in the North before September 18. But Moon's more ambitious ideas, such as joint economic projects and reconnecting cross-border railways, are held back by worldwide sanctions against Pyongyang.

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  • Now in India, US pursuing pressure campaign against Iran
Now in India, US pursuing pressure campaign against Iran

To further defence innovation, a Memorandum of Intent was signed between the U.S. Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) and the Indian Defence Innovation Organization - Innovation for Defence Excellence (DIO-iDEX), which will look into joint projects for co-production and co-development projects through the Defense Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI).

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  • How US tracked North Korean hackers behind WannaCry virus
How US tracked North Korean hackers behind WannaCry virus

The Justice Department announced the charges against Pak Jin-hyok, a member of the North Korean spy agency, on Thursday afternoon. Park Jin Hyok, who is believed to be in North Korea , conspired to conduct a series of attacks that also stole $81 million from a bank in Bangladesh, according to charges unsealed in Los Angeles federal court followi...

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  • Turkish President Erdoğan urges ceasefire in Idlib to avert ’bloodbath’
Turkish President Erdoğan urges ceasefire in Idlib to avert ’bloodbath’

The United Nations has warned of a humanitarian disaster if Syria forces, backed by Russian Federation and Iran, launch an all-out attack in Idlib , the last major rebel bastion. The UN has warned that an all-out offensive in Idlib will lead to death and destruction even greater than that seen previously in Syria, including the displacement of a...

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  • United Kingdom charges 2 Russian men in nerve agent poisoning of former spy
United Kingdom charges 2 Russian men in nerve agent poisoning of former spy

Skripal's home in Salisbury . While UK officials have blamed the Russian government for the poisoning, Basu refused to disclose whether police believed the suspects worked for Russia's intelligence services, saying that "this was a sophisticated attack across borders".

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