• 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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  • Russia joins Iran in support of Syrian Idlib offensive
Russia joins Iran in support of Syrian Idlib offensive

All the while seeking to pressure Turkey into reining in jihadists in Idlib , Damascus's main sponsor Russian Federation has been sounding the war drums in recent days. The U.S. carried out limited airstrikes in April 2017 and again a year later after determining Assad had used chemical weapons in previous attacks.

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  • Kremlin says Syria army getting ready to 'solve' Idlib 'terrorism' problem
Kremlin says Syria army getting ready to 'solve' Idlib 'terrorism' problem

The attacks were carried out after the US government urged the Syrian government, which is assisted by Russian Federation and Iran in its civil war, not to attack the rebel stronghold where approximately 3 million people live. Hundreds of thousands of people could be killed. Meanwhile, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Russian air stri...

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  • Federal judge denies request to extend housing assistance for Puerto Rican evacuees
Federal judge denies request to extend housing assistance for Puerto Rican evacuees

Tuesday's finding is nearly twice the government's previous estimate, included in a recent report to Congress, that there were 1,427 more deaths than normal in the three months after the storm. It is ranked as the third most financially costly cyclone in U.S. history since 1900, yet its death toll is a third higher than the costliest - Hurrica...

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  • New Jersey couple must turn over funds they raised for homeless man
New Jersey couple must turn over funds they raised for homeless man

A judge ordered a New Jersey couple Thursday to give a homeless Philadelphia man whatever's left of the $400,000 they raised for him. They reportedly added that they're wary of giving Bobbitt large sums of cash all at once because of the fear he'll use it to buy drugs.

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  • Meghan McCain takes jab at Trump during father's eulogy
Meghan McCain takes jab at Trump during father's eulogy

The late senator's longtime friend, former Sen. Obama said they "saw our political battles, even, as a privilege, something noble, an opportunity to serve as stewards of those high ideals at home, and to advance them around the world". "My father was a great man, he was a great warrior, he was great American". Vice President Mike Pence was ex...

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  • Pres. Trump Asserts 'No Political Necessity' To Keep Canada In New NAFTA
Pres. Trump Asserts 'No Political Necessity' To Keep Canada In New NAFTA

Canadians are stunned by the repeated broadsides from what had always been their closest ally and some have even begun boycotts. Trump has repeatedly cited NAFTA's auto sector regulations and the Canadian government's supply management system for dairy as two elements of trade between the two countries which negatively affect the U.S.

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  • White House backs Puerto Rico's effort to account for Hurricane Maria dead
White House backs Puerto Rico's effort to account for Hurricane Maria dead

Goldman, MD, MS, MPH, Michael and Lori Milken Dean of the GW Milken Institute SPH and a co-author of the report. The government acknowledged in the past that its estimate was likely very low, and it commissioned the George Washington University report amid public pressure to release a more accurate count.

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  • Democrat Andrew Gillum Calls For Confederacy. CNN's Cuomo Loves It.
Democrat Andrew Gillum Calls For Confederacy. CNN's Cuomo Loves It.

Asked directly about the monkey phrase during his time on Fox News, Gillum said "that part wasn't lost on me". We could not do it by ourselves exclusively here in the state of Florida because it would collapse the system. "I'm not going to get down in the gutter with DeSantis and Trump", he said. The work at these weekly phone banks is to try...

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  • Heart-Wrenching Photos From Inside John McCain's Private Memorial Service in Arizona
Heart-Wrenching Photos From Inside John McCain's Private Memorial Service in Arizona

The single mom and Democrat brought a bouquet of flowers and said she had always looked up to McCain . He said Senator Russell's work to keep racial segregation was the only significant flaw in what he called an otherwise honorable body of work.

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  • Russia’s military warns of possible chemical attack in Syria
Russia’s military warns of possible chemical attack in Syria

Bloomberg reported late on August 24, citing anonymous sources, that USA officials claim to have information indicating that Assad may be planning a chemical attack in the northwestern province of Idlib , near Syria's border with Turkey .

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  • Iran's presence in Syria at Damascus' request
Iran's presence in Syria at Damascus' request

Anna Borshchevskaya, an expert on Russian foreign policy at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, told Business Insider that Moscow was alleging a USA false flag possibly to help support a weak Syrian government in cracking down on one of the last rebel strongholds, crackdowns for which chemical attacks have become a weapon of choice.

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  • In Upset, Progressive Bests Dem Frontrunner In Florida Gov Primary
In Upset, Progressive Bests Dem Frontrunner In Florida Gov Primary

The Real Clear Politics average of polls shows DeSantis leading Putnam and several other candidates, though the race has tightened in the final weeks of the campaign. House in 2000, and to his current job in 2010. Affable and well-liked within the party, Putnam seemed like a good bet to secure the GOP nomination for governor this year.

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  • Trump welcomes president of Kenya to the White House
Trump welcomes president of Kenya to the White House

The successful United States visit by President Kenyatta is a major boost for his administration's Big 4 development agenda especially since it comes just weeks before the launch of the much anticipated direct flights between Nairobi and NY.

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  • Celebrities remember John McCain with touching anecdotes
Celebrities remember John McCain with touching anecdotes

McCain will lie in state at the Arizona Capitol before being honored with a memorial service on Thursday. Our country is indebted to him for his decades of service. McCain was a noted critic of Trump, and Trump's response to McCain's death has been closely watched. "Despite our differences on policy and politics, I respect [McCain's] service to o...

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  • Michael Cohen's Lawyer ADMITS He Was 'Source' Behind Trump Tower Story
Michael Cohen's Lawyer ADMITS He Was 'Source' Behind Trump Tower Story

And now, Buzzfeed reports that Lanny Davis , Cohen's lawyer, has admitted he was one of the anonymous sources for the CNN story , and that he can not corroborate his account of Cohen's story. Davis also told Buzzfeed that he served as a source for other outlets that were seeking to confirm CNN's story. Davis said he should not have expresse...

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  • Barrasso Statement on John McCain
Barrasso Statement on John McCain

The six-term senator for Arizona and 2008 Republican presidential nominee was diagnosed after doctors discovered his tumour during surgery to remove a blood clot from above his left eye last July. Glioblastoma is the same form of brain cancer that took away the life of another Senate and Democrat icon Ted Kennedy in 2009. McCain survived years ...

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  • White House wobbles on USA flag after McCain death
White House wobbles on USA flag after McCain death

US President Donald Trump has said he respects the senator's "service to our country" and has signed a proclamation to fly the US flag at half-staff until his burial. John McCain's death , President Donald Trump said he respected the senator's "service to our country" and has signed a proclamation to fly the USA flag at half-staff until his buri...

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  • Political analyst: McCain was 'example of how politics was at its best'
Political analyst: McCain was 'example of how politics was at its best'

The senator asked that he be buried at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, near the grave of a long time friend, something he told Lesley Stahl on "60 Minutes" in September 2017. "John, you will be missed", the current president of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid, tweeted. Trump's references to McCain in recent months were confined to co...

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  • NAFTA No More: President Trump Announces United States-Mexico Trade Agreement
NAFTA No More: President Trump Announces United States-Mexico Trade Agreement

Earlier on Monday, Trump had tweeted about " A big deal looking good with Mexico ". Under U.S. trade law, Congress must be notified 90 days before voting on the deal, meaning notification must happen this week to meet the timeline. Automobile rules of origin was one of several contentious issues on the table, of which several remain unresolved ...

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  • Gov. Rick Scott orders flags at half-staff to honor McCain
Gov. Rick Scott orders flags at half-staff to honor McCain

Presidents have often signed proclamations lowering flags to half-staff from the day a sitting senator dies through the day he or she is buried. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) death on Saturday. Bush . Trump also took issue with McCain's move to block a repeal on the Affordable Care Act with his "no" vote , sparking the ire of the president.

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  • Dershowitz says NY probe, not Mueller, is ‘greatest threat’ to Trump
Dershowitz says NY probe, not Mueller, is ‘greatest threat’ to Trump

At least three others in Trump's orbit, including National Enquirer publisher David Pecker and Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberrg , have been revealed in recent days to have received immunity in exchange for their cooperating with authorities in the Cohen probe.

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  • Centre’s decision to refuse flood aid from other countries unfortunate: Kerala minister
Centre’s decision to refuse flood aid from other countries unfortunate: Kerala minister

To this end, the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation contributed donations of AED 10 million to support the floods victims in Kerala. "As a responsible corporate citizen with deep roots in Kerala, we would like to do our best to mitigate the enormous suffering of the people of the state in this hour of need", said V.P Nandakumar.

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  • China trade talks fail to make breakthrough
China trade talks fail to make breakthrough

They gave no sign of progress toward a settlement of USA complaints that Beijing steals technology and its industry development plans violate Chinese free-trade commitments. U.S. Treasury's David Malpass, undersecretary for worldwide affairs, is leading two days of talks , which began Wednesday, with China's Vice Commerce Minister Wang Shouwen a...

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  • South Africa accuses Trump of stoking racial divisions after land policy tweet
South Africa accuses Trump of stoking racial divisions after land policy tweet

South African lawmakers are now debating expropriation of some 150 farms in the country, including whether a constitutional amendment would be needed to move forward with the plan and what compensation might look like. President Donald Trump's announcement that he has directed his Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo , to "study the South Africa land...

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  • Eid Mubarak: Buhari felicitates Nigerians as Muslims mark Eid-ul-Adha
Eid Mubarak: Buhari felicitates Nigerians as Muslims mark Eid-ul-Adha

The meat is divided into three parts - one part is shared with friends, family and neighbours, the second is for the poor, and the third is for yourself and your immediate family. "I would like to wish all my Muslim friends a very happy and peaceful #EidAlAdha!" He was then intervened by angel Jibreel to stop. It is here that Muslims believe the ...

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  • More than 1 million people in Kerala flood relief camps
More than 1 million people in Kerala flood relief camps

Star India had previously announced a Rs 2 crore donation however seeing the scale of the disaster, Star India and its employees stepped up to increase the donation along with its parent company 21st Century Fox. As the state drowned in unprecedented misery, the Onam festival that brings together people of all religious faiths, castes and creed ...

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  • Putin, Merkel to Discuss Conflicts In Ukraine, Syria At Berlin Meeting
Putin, Merkel to Discuss Conflicts In Ukraine, Syria At Berlin Meeting

Austrian authorities imposed tight security measures around the site of the ceremony near the southern border with Slovenia, where Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl married her partner Wolfgang Meilinger, a businessman. "It's important to help those areas that the refugees can return to", said Putin, whose decision for Russian Federation to military i...

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