• Prince Harry and Meghan: Couple caught doing something 'unmarried royals' don't do
Prince Harry and Meghan: Couple caught doing something 'unmarried royals' don't do

Media speculated whether Prince Harry's girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle , would appear at her first public engagement during the first day of the Games, though it was not to be. It's previously been reported that Prince William and wife Kate make a conscious effort not to hold hands at official public engagements. What do you think of Pri...

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  • Saudi allows women to drive
Saudi allows women to drive

A photo provided by the Saudi Royal Palace on September 20 shows King Salman speaking at the Royal Palace in Jeddah. We take into consideration (or we study) the pros of allowing women to drive and the cons of banning them from driving, while taking into account the necessary legal rules and adhering to them.

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  • Preliminary evaluations undertaken following earthquakes in Mexico
Preliminary evaluations undertaken following earthquakes in Mexico

Almost a week after the deadly 7.1 magnitude natural disaster, the hulking wreckage of what used to be a seven-storey building in Mexico City is among the few sites where searchers still hold hope someone could be trapped alive. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed the IDF to send the delegation after receiving a request for aid from Me...

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  • TV Insiders Confused By Megyn Kelly's New Show
TV Insiders Confused By Megyn Kelly's New Show

Despite Kelly's many, many remarks on Fox News that would lead you to assume the contrary, she came out in support of the National Football League players - and also those who oppose them. In a later segment on a nun who works with young people and bereaved mothers in a low-income neighborhood in Chicago, Kelly again never quite connected with ...

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  • US Condemns Conviction Of RFE/RL Journalist Semena In Russia-Occupied Crimea
US Condemns Conviction Of RFE/RL Journalist Semena In Russia-Occupied Crimea

Russian Federation annexed Crimea from Ukraine in March 2014 which met with economic sanctions from Western countries which refused to recognize Moscow's land grab or a subsequent referendum. They drafted the report after analyzing findings from interviews, monitoring, and fact-finding missions set up in mainland Ukraine. "The citizenship issue h...

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  • Outer Banks to feel some impacts from Hurricane Maria
Outer Banks to feel some impacts from Hurricane Maria

While it is unlikely that Maria will make landfall east coast of the US its cone of uncertainty still grazes part of the North Carolina coast, and the storm will be large enough that even if it doesn't make landfall it could still cause damage.

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  • Trump's travel ban unlikely to affect North Korea
Trump's travel ban unlikely to affect North Korea

In 2016, more than 72,000 nonimmigrant and immigrant visas were issued to the countries covered by the new ban, excluding Venezuela , with almost half of those going to Iran. Johnathan Smith, legal director of the advocacy group Muslim Advocates, also slammed the measure as the "same Muslim ban" and an attempt "to undermine our Constitution".

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  • USA boy hammered to death by mother's ex while protecting younger sister
USA boy hammered to death by mother's ex while protecting younger sister

A criminal protest expresses that 23-year-old Deandre Chaney Jr . was playing out a criminal lustful follow up on Dante's 7-year-old sister when the young man ventured in to help, Fox 40 reports . Now, Chaney is jailed in California following his extradition from Nevada, where he was arrested on murder and attempted murder charges a day after t...

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  • Giants WR Brandon Marshall allegedly spit on Eagles fan
Giants WR Brandon Marshall allegedly spit on Eagles fan

Over the years, footballers' celebrations have become as choreographed as the plays that produce touchdowns. I wear red and white, I don't wear black and white. Twelve days later, Elliott was carried off Lincoln Financial Field by teammates Kamu Grugier-Hill and Mychal Kendricks after hitting a 61-yard field goal on the final play to give the Eag...

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  • As crisis with North Korea worsens: Japan's PM announces snap election
As crisis with North Korea worsens: Japan's PM announces snap election

Abe spoke at a press conference to announce his plan to dissolve parliament on Thursday and call a snap election. "The nonproliferation regime is about to suffer a serious blow from its most confident disrupter ever", Abe said, criticizing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who is the chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea.

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  • Mexico quake: Crews keep searching for victims
Mexico quake: Crews keep searching for victims

Many Mexicans remember "miracle" rescues a week after a 1985 quake that killed more than 10,000 people in the capital, spurring hopes that people might yet be pulled out alive. Their service lasts for two months, while training of 3 hours per day takes place first, where they decide whether they will search for people, illegal substances or explosi...

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  • Weiner Gets Hard Time - 21 Months For 'Sexting' Minor
Weiner Gets Hard Time - 21 Months For 'Sexting' Minor

Former US congressman Anthony Weiner has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for sexting with a 15-year-old girl in a case which may have cost Hillary Clinton the presidency. Late previous year, Weiner was caught up in Ms Clinton's email scandal when hundreds of thousands of the former secretary of state's emails were apparently found on hi...

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  • Iran Challenges Trump's Administration with New Ballistic Test
Iran Challenges Trump's Administration with New Ballistic Test

President Trump had originally responded to the reported launch in a late-Saturday tweet, saying, "Iran just test-fired a Ballistic Missile capable of reaching Israel". It has the capacity to carry multiple warheads. Trump said the testing of the new missile is a violation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 that called on Iran not to undertak...

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  • Rahul Gandhi 'thanks' Sushma Swaraj for recognising Congress legacy
Rahul Gandhi 'thanks' Sushma Swaraj for recognising Congress legacy

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, an economist and a Congress leader, has said the economy is on a "downhill path" because of the "adventure" of demonetisation, which was implemented in November a year ago. Further underlining the disadvantages of GST, Rahul said that the small businessmen now have to fill three forms every month and this has...

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  • AA:US urges 'unified Iraq' as country's Kurds vote
AA:US urges 'unified Iraq' as country's Kurds vote

Against this backdrop, Antonio Guterres, UN secretary-general, expressed concern on Monday about the potentially destabilising effects of the referendum, calling on Iraq and the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) to resolve differences through dialogue and compromise.

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  • Busted dam: Latest threat in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico
Busted dam: Latest threat in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico

Just as it was important for Trump to go to Texas and then Florida to show the country's commitment to its citizens, so it is important that he go to Puerto Rico . "New York is prepared to do whatever we can do to help". All indications are that Hurricane Maria has inflicted one of the most extreme and catastrophic weather events in America...

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  • Oil gains as producers say market is re-balancing
Oil gains as producers say market is re-balancing

In May, OPEC and non-OPEC members led by Russian Federation agreed to extend production cuts of 1.8 million barrels per day for a period of nine months until March 2018 in a bid to reduce global oil inventories and support oil prices . But Hurricane Harvey's strike on Texas last month was a game changer as flooding from the storm shut down a qua...

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  • US B1-B bombers fly off North Korea's eastern coast
US B1-B bombers fly off North Korea's eastern coast

Pyongyang conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test on September 3 and has threatened to test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific. The predawn flight followed a North Korean threat to detonate a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean. Trump has said he won't allow it, although the United States so far has not used military force to impede the North...

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  • Wildcats come close to ending Florida streak, but fail to finish
Wildcats come close to ending Florida streak, but fail to finish

On a fourth and 3 play with 3:24 remaining in the first half, the Cats left Florida wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland uncovered, allowing him to easily score a 45-yard touchdown to tie the game. United Kingdom falls asleep and Florida ties the game. However, a holding penalty on Nick Haynes negated it forcing MacGinnis to attempt a 57-yard field goal...

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  • Iran successfully test-fires new ballistic missile
Iran successfully test-fires new ballistic missile

This morning, a day after Iran unveiled its new ballistic missile in a military parade in Tehran , Iran released footage of a successful test launch that the military carried out soon after the parade took place. But the extended sanctions was important because, if the nuclear-related sanctions are imposed again then Iran will break the de...

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