• Protesters Pull Down Confederate Statue in Durham, NC
Protesters Pull Down Confederate Statue in Durham, NC

Anti-racist demonstrators marched on both Saturday and Sunday in solidarity with protesters and victims in Virginia. Protesters have pulled down a statue down from a Confederate monument in Durham. Clashes between neo-Nazis gathered to defend the Civil War monument and anti-racist protestors culminated in terror , when a 20-year-old white suprem...

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  • China hands Trump a win on North Korea crisis
China hands Trump a win on North Korea crisis

A picture is worth a thousand hot takes. "Dear Supreme Leader has spent a long time to review the plan to attack Guam by surrounding it and conferred with the leaders present", reads a translated statement by Yonhap, attributed to KCNA, the state news agency of North Korea .

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  • Lincoln Memorial defaced with red spray paint
Lincoln Memorial defaced with red spray paint

They're utilizing a "mild gel-type architectural paint stripper" that should remove the lettering without damaging the stone, National Park Services said in a statement. It took almost a month for officials to clean up the monuments. It took nearly one month to remove the damage but the woman was later found incompetent and didn't stand trial.

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  • Here's Why London's Big Ben Will Be Quieter Than Usual Until 2021
Here's Why London's Big Ben Will Be Quieter Than Usual Until 2021

Its quarter-hourly chiming is symbolic of London and of Britain. The hourly ringing of Big Ben is without a doubt the most iconic sound in England's capital, London, but as of next Monday it won't be heard again for another four years.

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  • Assam Floods: Situation Grim, Army Called Out For Rescue Operations
Assam Floods: Situation Grim, Army Called Out For Rescue Operations

The low part of the areas like Kauai hills is in serious danger. over 100 of the family have moved out from there to a safer place. "It is our priority for now because thousands are stranded", said Pratyaya Amrit, Principal Secretary in the Bihar Disaster Management Department.

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  • Trump calls out KKK and neo-Nazis after backlash to Charlottesville remarks
Trump calls out KKK and neo-Nazis after backlash to Charlottesville remarks

President Donald Trump condemned hate groups including white supremacists in remarks from the White House Monday, after receiving criticism for his initial statement on the violence in Charlottesville , Virginia , over the weekend . "I certainly think any time that you commit an attack against people to incite fear, it is terrorism". "Am...

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  • Turkish police officer stabbed to death by IS terror attacker
Turkish police officer stabbed to death by IS terror attacker

A police officer was killed in Istanbul late Sunday after being stabbed by an ISIS suspect, according to police sources. Turkey's official news agency Anadolu said police had detained a man thought to be planning a bomb attack on behalf of the extremist group in an anti-terror operation.

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  • Pentagon denies receiving orders on military action against Venezuela
Pentagon denies receiving orders on military action against Venezuela

Pence said Sunday night. "We have many options for Venezuela, including a possible military option if necessary", Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon said. has reached an agreement for Colombia's Hass avocados to enter the USA market". Though Trump's ability to talk has brought him success in the past, Panetta added , "when you're president of t...

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  • Three men shot to death at Kenosha County auto racing event
Three men shot to death at Kenosha County auto racing event

The three victims were standing by a food vendor according to David Beth of the Kenosha Sheriffs Department, when a man approached and shot them. When they arrived on scene they discovered three victims had been shot at "point blank" range.

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  • Has Venezuela lawmaker targeted Fla. Sen. Marco Rubio?
Has Venezuela lawmaker targeted Fla. Sen. Marco Rubio?

According to United States' intelligence gained last month, former military chief and head of the Venezuelan Socialist Party, Diosdado Cabello , may have issued an order for Sen. "It would be inappropriate for DHS to comment on the seriousness of the threat", said department spokesman David Lapan, who added that Capitol Police "is responsible for ...

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  • Guam residents confident in United States military
Guam residents confident in United States military

Logan, a Pentagon spokesman, said when asked about the military's posture on Guam . If caught outside, it says to "remove your clothing to keep radioactive material from spreading". Calvo, who noted that this is not the first time North Korea has threatened the island, bluntly told Guam residents to simply conduct their daily business "...

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  • Steve Bannon is hurting Trump's agenda, Scaramucci says
Steve Bannon is hurting Trump's agenda, Scaramucci says

Kelly and my feeling about the whole thing is that what happened was sort of meant to happen". Richard Spencer, founder of the National Policy Institute and advocate for turning America into a homeland for what he calls the dispossessed white race, was cited in a 2016 Breitbart article as one of the "intellectuals" of alt-right thought.

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  • Bail denied for suspect in Charlottesville rally death
Bail denied for suspect in Charlottesville rally death

She died when Fields allegedly slammed his auto amid a crowd of people protesting the white nationalist rally Saturday. Officials say the DOJ is working with the local US attorney's office and its own civil rights division to see if others helped plan the attack.

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  • Danish inventor charged with murder after submarine is wrecked
Danish inventor charged with murder after submarine is wrecked

And as speculation mounts that the body of Swedish journalist Kim Wall may have ended up in the sea, it widens the search area even more. "There are no persons in the submarine, dead or alive", said Jens Moller, from Copenhagen Police. Just after being found, Madsen was rescued and the submarine suddenly sank. Madsen's defence lawyer, Betina Ha...

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  • North Korea : CIA chief says 'nothing imminent' in standoff
North Korea : CIA chief says 'nothing imminent' in standoff

What's clear now is America's interests are aligned with all responsible nations, he said, adding that it is time for all nations, including China, Russia as well as US' close allies Japan and South Korea to work together toward a common goal of denuclearising the Korean peninsula.

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  • North Korea missile re-entry technology not perfected yet, says South Korea
North Korea missile re-entry technology not perfected yet, says South Korea

The U.S. hopes this will help avoid conflict. Mr Moon sought to ease the tension, telling advisers at a meeting: "Our top priority is the national interest of [South Korea] and our national interest lies in peace". It added: "We are watching every single thing in the United States". "Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!" "I've seen no ...

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  • Tone down rhetoric on war, Xi told Trump
Tone down rhetoric on war, Xi told Trump

The two leaders affirmed North Korea must stop "its provocative and escalatory behavior", the White House said in a statement. That's the word from state media in Beijing on Monday (August 14) ahead of Donald Trump's possible probe into alleged unfair trade practices that force USA companies operating in China to hand over their intelle...

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  • Chinese state newspaper says Trump trade probe will 'poison' relations
Chinese state newspaper says Trump trade probe will 'poison' relations

China moved to tighten economic pressure on North Korea on Monday by implementing a new package of United Nations sanctions but simultaneously had a warning for the Trump administration: Don't spoil our new-found unity by starting a trade war.

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  • 'Mad Dog' Mattis to Kim Jong-Un: We win, you lose
'Mad Dog' Mattis to Kim Jong-Un: We win, you lose

In a co-authored opinion piece published by Wall Street Journal on Sunday, the two top officials said, "We have no desire to inflict harm on the long-suffering North Korean people, who are distinct from the hostile regime in Pyongyang".

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  • Virginia State Trooper who died in Charlottesville crash was Germantown High graduate
Virginia State Trooper who died in Charlottesville crash was Germantown High graduate

W. Steven Flaherty, Virginia State Police Superintendent. No one on the ground was reported to be injured. In addition to this, thousands of counter-protesters were also anticipated to attend. He first joined the Virginia State Police Aviation Unit in 1999. Officials are still investigating the cause of the crash, no foul play has been suspected.

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