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She warned that in-fighting over the details of European Union withdrawal could result in "no Brexit at all " and added: "If we stick together and hold our nerve, I know we can get a deal that delivers for Britain". "The British people need to know that the end is in sight and our message to them must be this: We get it", she said. Her performance before her conference speech had a mixed reaction.
  • One person missing after Pacific lagoon plane crash

    One person missing after Pacific lagoon plane crash

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    Residents in small boats rushed to the crash site to save passengers and crew members from the sinking aircraft, an official said. "One would think they might be afraid of approaching the plane that's just crashed". The sequence of events remains unclear. Jaynes said those aboard managed to wade through waist-deep water to the emergency exits on the sinking plane.
  • Trump Orders Limited FBI Investigation To Supplement Kavanaugh Background Check

    Trump Orders Limited FBI Investigation To Supplement Kavanaugh Background Check

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    At the hearing, Kavanaugh angrily and categorically denied assaulting Ford or any other woman. Ramirez alleges Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at dormitory party while the two were undergraduate students at Yale. "They're going to Mark Judge - 'Did you ever see Brett Kavanaugh drug women or engage in gang rape?' I think that's going to be the focus of it".
  • North Korea Gifts Hunting Dogs To South Korea President Moon Jae

    North Korea Gifts Hunting Dogs To South Korea President Moon Jae

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    North Korea's foreign minister has urged the United States to move past what he called seven decades of entrenched hostility if the countries' stalled negotiations are to restart. Kim's request. "And they're great letters". The Trump administration has been trying to revive nuclear talks with Kim Jong Un , the North's leader.
  • India blames Pakistan for talks failure

    India blames Pakistan for talks failure

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    Calling it a "preposterous allegation", India reminded the new Pakistan government of Imran Khan that there was an outpouring of sorrow and pain in India following the massacre of children in 2014. "The new Foreign Minister of Pakistan chose to term the gruesome killing of our security personnel by Pakistani sponsored terrorists as "flimsy" grounds.
  • Chairman of Australia's public broadcaster resigns over independence scandal

    Chairman of Australia's public broadcaster resigns over independence scandal

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    The day before his resignations, Milne fired Guthrie , ABC's first female managing director, saying that the board of directors had determined it was in the network's best interests to let her go. The ABC board met on Thursday morning without Mr Milne , after which the board asked him to step aside. "Their responsibilities as a director require them to devote extra time and attention should their company be facing problems - we have even seen some cases where they have stepped into ...
  • China out to meddle in 2018 election

    China out to meddle in 2018 election

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    Trump made the claim - without providing evidence or specifics - while chairing a session of the United Nations Security Council in NY. "China placing ads in American newspapers, can the U.S.do the same in China?" one user asked. Trump has boasted that the USA economy is performing at record levels while China's is struggling as evidence the United States is winning the dispute.
  • Magnitude Earthquake And Tsunami Rock Indonesia; At Least 380 Dead

    Magnitude Earthquake And Tsunami Rock Indonesia; At Least 380 Dead

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    Sutopo said people needed to remain vigilant. "Most people killed were due to the tsunami because most of dead bodies were found on Talise beach on Palu Bay", Sutopo said. Dramatic video footage captured from the top floor of a parking ramp in Palu , almost 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the quake's epicentre, showed waves bring down several buildings and inundate a large mosque.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation contacts Kavanaugh accuser with allegations from university

    Federal Bureau of Investigation contacts Kavanaugh accuser with allegations from university

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    US President Donald Trump ordered a new FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against his Supreme Court pick Friday, as the Senate delayed a vote on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to make way for the probe. Swetnick's attorney, Michael Avenatti, said Saturday afternoon that his client had not been contacted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation but is willing to fully co-operate with investigators.
  • No surprises expected for Tropical Storm Kirk

    No surprises expected for Tropical Storm Kirk

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    Tropical Storm Kirk continued its westward trek through the Lesser Antilles on Thursday, and it was measured at 2 p.m. AST with a maximum sustained wind speed of 50 miles per hour. The NHC said that although slight strengthening is forecast during the next few days, "it is possible that Kirk could degenerate into a trough of low pressure during the next day or two while it moves quickly across the tropical central Atlantic".
  • Trump says he may delay Rosenstein meeting

    Trump says he may delay Rosenstein meeting

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    Trump said he already spoke to Rosenstein over the phone about the allegations, but wanted to meet with him personally. Appearing to offer support for the deputy attorney general, Trump said Rosenstein told him that he did not discuss invoking the 25th Amendment a year ago while offering to wear a wire to gather evidence of the president's erratic behavior following the abrupt dismissal of FBI Director James Comey.
  • Father of Maddox Ritch makes emotional post on Facebook

    Father of Maddox Ritch makes emotional post on Facebook

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    The discovery of the remains ended the search for the boy, who had autism and was nonverbal, on its sixth day. Hundreds of officers were involved in the search for Maddox . "We want to find him today, we want to find him right now", Helton said. "Please ... I just want my baby home, please", the devastated mother said. Authorities said everyone in Maddox's family was cooperating with the investigation, but that a lot of unanswered questions remain.
  • India’s Supreme Court strikes down adultery law

    India’s Supreme Court strikes down adultery law

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    Joseph Shine, the hotelier whose petition led the Supreme Court to decriminalise adultery , is "a happily-married" Church-going Malayalee in Italy and, as his lawyer underscores, has no personal stake in the law scrapped by the court on Thursday.
  • Rouhani says Iran to remain in JCPOA with conditions

    Rouhani says Iran to remain in JCPOA with conditions

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    Bolton said that "US intelligence clearly shows Iran is actively developing more accurate and capable missile systems" and that Iran continues to use intermediaries and front companies in Asia and Russian Federation to obtain missile components.
  • Syria Says New Air Defences Will Make Israel Think Twice

    Syria Says New Air Defences Will Make Israel Think Twice

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    The Israeli military has prepared for such an eventuality for years, Israeli analysts said , and could likely work around it, destroying the systems if necessary. Following the downing of a Russian warplane by Syrian forces during an Israeli strike, Moscow promises to supply the S-300 missile system to its ally; senior foreign affairs correspondent Greg Palkot reports from London.
  • Prosecutor to Ford: I'm 'Very Sorry' You Feel 'Terrified'

    Prosecutor to Ford: I'm 'Very Sorry' You Feel 'Terrified'

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    He calls her a "prosecutor's prosecutor", an unabashed advocate for victims, unfazed by the rich or powerful - having convicted cops, doctors, teachers and priests from the Catholic Church in assault and abuse cases. The Senate judiciary committee is tasked with clearing Kavanaugh's nomination prior to the full chamber holding a vote. "I hope the American people will see through this charade", Graham said, shouting over and over again.
  • ‘They were laughing’: Ford says her attacker was Kavanaugh

    ‘They were laughing’: Ford says her attacker was Kavanaugh

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    Trump described Kavanaugh as a "great gentleman" and a "great intellect" and said he believed the accusations against the conservative judge were "false". Kavanaugh strongly denied the allegations by Swetnick, 55, who has worked extensively for the federal government. She said her father was an alcoholic.
  • Graham rips Dems for turning Kavanaugh hearing into 'unethical sham'

    Graham rips Dems for turning Kavanaugh hearing into 'unethical sham'

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    Meanwhile, a Democratic senator who is undecided on Kavanaugh's nomination said she needs to "fully digest" the committee hearing on a sexual assault allegation against him. The outgoing senator was a friend and fan of Kavanaugh's until the sexual misconduct allegations became public. He did not comment on Ford, the attendee said.
  • Russian spy poisoning suspect was honoured by Putin

    Russian spy poisoning suspect was honoured by Putin

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    Chepiga was a veteran of the war in Chechnya and was given the honour in December 2014, when Russian officers were active in the Ukraine conflict. Investigative website Bellingcat has concluded that Chepiga is in fact an undercover officer of GRU, along with his suspected accomplice "Alexander Petrov" - which is also an alias.
  • America had no achievements at U.N. General Assembly: Iran president

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    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani speaks at a news conference on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in NY, U.S., September 26, 2018. People had a good time with me. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed "the Iranian regime's malign behavior at home and overseas", and released a U.S.
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    Trump says he "may delay" meeting with Rosenstein

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    Rosenstein was summoned to the White House on Monday, three days after The New York Times reported that the deputy attorney general previous year discussed seeking the president's removal from office and proposed wearing a recording device in encounters with the president.