• Neighbour's horror as five people found dead Bedford home Perth suspected murder
Neighbour's horror as five people found dead Bedford home Perth suspected murder

Officers "discovered the deceased bodies of several people including children", police said in a statement. Police spent the day forensically examining the home. The tragedy comes less than two months after a mother and her two children were murdered in their home at Ellenbrook and nearly four months after seven family members were shot dead at a h...

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  • Cincinnati shooting: Multiple people shot dead at bank
Cincinnati shooting: Multiple people shot dead at bank

He said the gunman then entered the bank's lobby where he exchanged gunfire with police. He was ultimately shot and killed . It's not clear what the shooter's motives were. Witnesses told local media they heard as many as 20 gunshots. "I made it out to see my kids, to see another day", she said in relief. "And I'm thinking about how I ...

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  • Former Trump campaign aide sentenced - and his lawyer blames Trump
Former Trump campaign aide sentenced - and his lawyer blames Trump

Papadopoulos apologized for his actions, telling a judge that he had made a "dreadful mistake" and was eager for redemption. Prosecutors working for special counsel Robert S Mueller III had asked the judge to sentence Papadopoulos to six months in prison, saying his false statements "were meant to harm the investigation, and did so".

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  • North Korea’s Kim aims for denuclearization within Trump’s first term: Seoul
North Korea’s Kim aims for denuclearization within Trump’s first term: Seoul

Such a summit would make Moon the first South Korean leader to visit Pyongyang in 11 years. North Korea is holding back from agreements to completely denuclearize, and state media has called for the signing of an end-of-war declaration with the United States.

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  • NAFTA talks to resume in afternoon after Canada cites 'goodwill'
NAFTA talks to resume in afternoon after Canada cites 'goodwill'

Canada and the US remain far apart on several issues including dairy, culture and the Chapter 19 dispute resolution mechanism. In addition, the tentative deal would require that at least 75 percent of an automobile's value be produced in North America (as opposed to, say, China) if that vehicle is to qualify for duty-free importation into the US...

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  • Twitter Bans Alex Jones, InfoWars
Twitter Bans Alex Jones, InfoWars

The companies said Jones had an engaged in hate speech and contributed to the harassment of users. He called Rubio a "frat boy" and mocked his laugh. "I'll take care of you myself", Rubio said. "You are literally like a little gangster thug", he said. "You're not going to get arrested". "The Democrats are raping the Republicans". However, accordi...

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  • Highway overpass collapses in Kolkata; 1 killed, 23 hurt
Highway overpass collapses in Kolkata; 1 killed, 23 hurt

An under construction flyover had collapsed in crowded Burrabazar area, the wholesale business hub of the Kolkata , on March 31, 2016 and had claimed 26 lives. Vehicles are seen stuck after a section of Majerhat bridge collapsed in Kolkata , Tuesday. I heard that maintenance of the bridge is entrusted with the PWD and the railways.

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  • Challenger Pressley notches upset victory in MA congressional race
Challenger Pressley notches upset victory in MA congressional race

Since she will not face a Republican opponent in November's midterm election, Pressley will most likely become the first African-American woman to represent MA in the U.S. Although Pressley and her opponent shared a number of progressive values, her demand for the abolition of ICE, and her instance that she would bring a " bold activist leadershi...

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  • Mystery surrounds death of Australian model on Greece superyacht
Mystery surrounds death of Australian model on Greece superyacht

She died while being airlifted to hospital, the coastguard told The Times . The Australian Instagram star was working on the Mayan Queen IV superyacht, owned by Mexican mining magnate Alberto Bailleresas, as it toured Europe. McNamara, who had over 22,000 followers on Instagram , had posted a number of photos of her time in Greece calling...

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  • Kremlin Rejects Trump's Warning Against New Offensive In Syria
Kremlin Rejects Trump's Warning Against New Offensive In Syria

Assad's government has long referred to any opposition fighters as "terrorists". But Syrian government forces are now massing around the province, which has become the last rebel bastion in the country. Shortly before Trump's tweet , Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov noted that Russia , Turkey, and Iran are working to separate armed opposition an...

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  • Supreme Court decriminalises Section 377, declares homosexuality legal
Supreme Court decriminalises Section 377, declares homosexuality legal

Let us get out of this maze. The initial days of the Constitution Bench hearings saw the Bench debating whether it should travel beyond the topic of sexual orientation and examine the wider concept of "sexuality' to include co-habitation, etc".

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  • Women caned in Malaysia for attempting to have lesbian sex
Women caned in Malaysia for attempting to have lesbian sex

Sharia law enforcement officers in Terengganu identified the two women attempting to engage in sexual acts in a auto in April. Amnesty International Malaysia said: "Caning is a form of cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment and may amount to torture".

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  • Trump warns Assad, Russia, Iran over Syria's Idlib
Trump warns Assad, Russia, Iran over Syria's Idlib

Netanyahu discussed "the situation in Syria and the joint effort to stop Iran's terror and aggression" with James Jeffrey, the USA special representative for Syria engagement, said a statement. Assad has vowed to defeat the opposition in its last refuge in the northwestern province if the rebels do not surrender to government rule. However, the...

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  • Deputy shoots man who fired weapon at California racetrack
Deputy shoots man who fired weapon at California racetrack

The man, identified as 22-year-old Daniel Elizarraras, was taken to hospital and is expected to survive, the San Diego Sheriff's Department stated . Many concert goers left following the shooting, but Ice Cube went on as scheduled. TVG's Todd Schrupp, who was heard on the television broadcast repeatedly exclaiming "Gunfire at the track!" dur...

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  • Trump administration withholds 100K Kavanaugh pages
Trump administration withholds 100K Kavanaugh pages

Burck said in the letter that 101,921 pages are not being given to the committee because the White House believes they are protected by presidential privilege and, after discussions with the Justice Department, "has directed that we not provide these documents for this reason".

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  • USA cancels Pakistan aid over militant record
USA cancels Pakistan aid over militant record

The Coalition Support Funds were part of a broader suspension in aid to Pakistan announced by President Donald Trump at the start of the year, when he accused Pakistan of rewarding past assistance with "nothing but lies and deceit". Pakistan Foreign Office refuted the USA statement which said "Pompeo raised the importance of Pakistan taking decis...

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  • Frank Field resigns the Labour whip over 'anti-Semitism'
Frank Field resigns the Labour whip over 'anti-Semitism'

Always seen as something of a political loner, resigning the Labour whip underscores the independent streak that has become his trademark. "The first was Jared O'Mara in Sheffield, so that should be the first by-election and that would be a very interesting test".

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  • Donnelly, Braun Link To Trump Ahead Of President's Evansville Visit
Donnelly, Braun Link To Trump Ahead Of President's Evansville Visit

They also noted the coarse nature of today's political debate and contrasted that to how McCain relished a good fight but stood for more . During an interview with Bloomberg News on Thursday, Mr Trump said he was not willing to compromise with Canada on revising NAFTA.

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  • EU official wants to do away from winter-summer time change
EU official wants to do away from winter-summer time change

On Friday, the European Commission unveiled the results of a public consultation on the merits of the decades-old practice of capitalising on natural daylight by putting clocks forward by 60 minutes between late March and late October, and then switching back for the winter.

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  • Manafort ally agrees to cooperate with USA after guilty plea
Manafort ally agrees to cooperate with USA after guilty plea

Along with being an associate of Manafort's and an employee at the OR office of Cambridge Analytica's parent company, Patten was also an old friend and regular business associate of Konstantin Kilimnik, a man suspected of having ties to Russian intelligence.

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  • Joe Biden: 'I'm a Democrat and I love John McCain'
Joe Biden: 'I'm a Democrat and I love John McCain'

Capitol Rotunda, where only 30 Americans have had the same honor. The Marine veteran said he was also the fourth person in line to attend the viewing at the state Capitol for McCain, a Navy pilot held prisoner by the North Vietnamese for 5½ years after being shot down over Hanoi.

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  • DOJ official told lawmakers Russian Federation had Trump 'over a barrel'
DOJ official told lawmakers Russian Federation had Trump 'over a barrel'

Steele assembled a dossier on Trump for research firm Fusion GPS, which was hired by Democratic Party lawyers and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign. The newspaper added that the effort did not seem to have had any successes; Deripaska told USA investigators he disagreed with them on Russian organized crime and ideas about possib...

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  • South Africa withdraws land expropriation bill passed in 2016
South Africa withdraws land expropriation bill passed in 2016

For many years, Washington and Pretoria were at odds over poultry, with the US banning South African produce due to health and sanitation issues and South Africa keeping American chicken under anti-dumping tariffs. Our approach is informed by the understanding that we can not achieve sustained economic growth or enduring social stability without en...

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  • Pakistan complains to Netherlands over Wilders Prophet Mohammed cartoon plans
Pakistan complains to Netherlands over Wilders Prophet Mohammed cartoon plans

About this he wrote on his page in Facebook. The development came hours after far-right politician Geert Wilders said Thursday he had canceled the cartoon contest following death threats and concerns other people could be put at risk.

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  • Trump says Sessions' job is safe until at least November elections
Trump says Sessions' job is safe until at least November elections

Trump has tried to no avail to pressure Sessions to quit, which would open the way to appointing a successor who could oust Mueller or rein in his inquiry. The president made the comments in an interview with Bloomberg News. In his most forceful public rebuke yet, Sessions hit back , saying he "will not be improperly influenced by political ...

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  • Charges dismissed for three New Mexico compound suspects
Charges dismissed for three New Mexico compound suspects

A New Mexico district attorney vowed on Thursday to reinstate child abuse charges against three defendants from a remote compound after a procedural fumble by his team led to their release, sparking a public outcry. Law enforcement officials previously accused Wahhaj and Leveille of denying the boy proper medicine and health care before he died in ...

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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

Nydia Velazquez, a Democratic New York congresswoman, said the report shows the U.S. government failed the people of Puerto Rico . Officials in Puerto Rico now say 2,975 people died following Hurricane Maria - a devastating storm that struck the USA island territory in September 2017.

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  • FBI Rebuts Trump: Found No Evidence China Hacked Hillary Clinton’s Servers
FBI Rebuts Trump: Found No Evidence China Hacked Hillary Clinton’s Servers

Using this code, the Chinese firm, said to be operating in Washington's northern Virginia suburbs, had a full access to emails Clinton sent through " courtesy copies " it received in real time, the report claims, citing " sources briefed on the matter ".

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  • Attorney for Michael Cohen keeps changing his story on Trump Tower meeting
Attorney for Michael Cohen keeps changing his story on Trump Tower meeting

If true, the information could be some of the most damning evidence yet of conspiracy between Trump and the Russians. Now, Davis admits he was -in fact- the source of the story. That same afternoon, Paul Manafort , Trump's former campaign chairman, was convicted on eight of the 18 bank and finance fraud charges he was facing in Virginia.

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  • A scallop skirmish erupts between French, British boats
A scallop skirmish erupts between French, British boats

British and French fishermen have clashed in the Channel, over alleged "looting" of the scallop fishing grounds there by British boats. "This kind of event is extremely risky at sea", she said , adding that authorities would remain vigilant for signs of flare-ups.

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  • Arizona Prepares To Honor McCain
Arizona Prepares To Honor McCain

Jeff Flake, the junior Republican senator who served alongside McCain , Schumer said. Rick Davis, former presidential campaign manager for McCain who is serving as a family spokesman, read the farewell message Monday at a press briefing in Phoenix.

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  • Thousands of bees swarmed this Times Square hot dog stand
Thousands of bees swarmed this Times Square hot dog stand

The New York Police Department has a number of officers with skills in bee keeping according to the department's official bee keeper Twitter account . It took the man about 20 minutes to vacuum up the bees. "But it's definitely the craziest thing I've seen". 'Over crowded hive on a very humid day caused them to take temporary residence while...

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  • Australian foreign minister resigns from cabinet
Australian foreign minister resigns from cabinet

A moderate, she reportedly garnered only 11 votes out of 85 in the leadership ballot - significantly lower than the two other rightwing challengers, coup instigator Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton and Treasurer Scott Morrison. In the messages, Paul Fletcher warns that former Finance Minister Mathias Cormann was helping gather support for Bishop....

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  • Despite efforts, Rohingyas remain vulnerable in Bangladesh
Despite efforts, Rohingyas remain vulnerable in Bangladesh

On Aug. 25, 2017, Myanmar launched a major military crackdown on the Muslim ethnic minority, killing nearly 24,000 civilians and forcing 750,000 others to flee to Bangladesh, according to the Ontario International Development Agency (OIDA).

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  • Michael Cohen's lawyer backs off claim that Trump knew of Russian interference
Michael Cohen's lawyer backs off claim that Trump knew of Russian interference

With Cohen's involvement, the publication began questioning President Barack Obama's birthplace and American citizenship in print, an effort that Trump promoted for several years, former staffers said . Cohen was caught during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials....

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  • US will 'vigorously defend' against Iran court challenge: Mike Pompeo
US will 'vigorously defend' against Iran court challenge: Mike Pompeo

The United States will "vigorously defend" itself in the International Court of Justice against Iran's challenge to the reimposition of USA sanctions, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday. He said it "failed to achieve the fundamental objective of blocking all paths to a Iranian nuclear bomb". "But this case is unusual as it is a wh...

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  • After UN report on Rohingya, Facebook bans leader of Myanmar's armed forces
After UN report on Rohingya, Facebook bans leader of Myanmar's armed forces

It said Myanmar's leader, Aung San Suu Kyi , a Nobel Peace Prize victor, had failed to use her position to protect the country's civilian population. They included Brigadier-General Aung Aung, commander of the 33rd Light Infantry Division, which oversaw operations in the coastal village of Inn Din where 10 Rohingya captive boys and men were kill...

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  • John McCain rival claims pre-death announcement was a political ploy
John McCain rival claims pre-death announcement was a political ploy

The Arizona Republican, whose relationship with President Trump has always been fraught, died on Saturday at the age of 81 after battling brain cancer. "At his death , he had served the United States of America faithfully for sixty years", the statement said. Sources close to McCain have said Trump would not be invited to the funeral.

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  • INTERNATIONAL - PTI confident about winning Pakistan presidential election
INTERNATIONAL - PTI confident about winning Pakistan presidential election

As per a report in Dawn News, the decisions were taken during a second meeting of the federal Cabinet in a week presided over by Khan. These top-class officials include the President of the country, Chief Justice, Senate Chairman and the National Assembly speaker.

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  • Another Trump loyalist granted immunity as prosecutors close in on Trump business
Another Trump loyalist granted immunity as prosecutors close in on Trump business

Allen Weisselberg , the Trump Organisation's chief financial officer, was said to have met with prosecutors weeks ago after being ordered to appear before a grand jury. A spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan, which has been leading the Cohen investigation, declined to comment. Gonzales said that while Trump is entitled to speak...

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