• Two stabbed by attacker at Marseilles' railway terminal
Two stabbed by attacker at Marseilles' railway terminal

French interior minister Gerard Collomb has said he will travel immediately to the scene. Collomb said police have video of the Sunday attack at the city's main train station. "Two victims have been stabbed to death", Olivier de Mazieres, the regional police chief, Tarabeux said. It did not provide further details, including a possible motive.

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  • President Trump authorizes waiver to loosen shipping regulations for Puerto Rico
President Trump authorizes waiver to loosen shipping regulations for Puerto Rico

Downstairs, residents asked for news and were eager to hear how the USA media was portraying the island's plight. But, today, San Juan's mayor disagreed. The scene is controlled chaos, as each doctor tries to grab the medications they need. "You can't see the roads", said Alvaro Trueba, a regional catastrophe coordinator for property insurer ...

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  • Turkey's Erdogan says Iraqi Kurdish authorities 'will pay price' for vote
Turkey's Erdogan says Iraqi Kurdish authorities 'will pay price' for vote

He said the referendum was not going to establish an independent state in northern Iraq, rather it would pave the way for "a constantly bleeding wound". Calling the vote " unconstitutional ", Iraq's parliament on Wednesday also asked Abadi to send troops to the oil-producing, Kurdish-held region of Kirkuk to take control of its lucrative oil fi...

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  • North Korea: Trump Threat Inspired Millions To Volunteer For Army
North Korea: Trump Threat Inspired Millions To Volunteer For Army

The two countries have been trading public threats over North Korea's nuclear program, with the North declaring that its missiles have the capacity to strike the United States and President Trump vowing to "totally destroy" North Korea .

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  • LFP to investigate barrier failure at Amiens v Lille
LFP to investigate barrier failure at Amiens v Lille

Lille CEO Marc Ingla voiced his concerns about the incident on Twitter shortly after the match was called off and demanded a full investigation into what caused the barrier's collapse. A Lille fan who was at the match said: "It was really carnage". The LFP expresses its solidarity with the injured and their families . "We hope it's not too ...

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  • Georgia police officer killed in the line of duty
Georgia police officer killed in the line of duty

Spangler was taken into custody after walking out of the woods. Roof will also face felony charges, Keenan said. In an interview with The Associated Press, Smith said that Hearne adored her family and losing her is devastating. They were then shot by Spangler, said GBI Director Vernon Keenan today. American flag at half-staff for a fallen Pol...

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  • Supreme Court To Hear Illinois Case Challenging Union Dues
Supreme Court To Hear Illinois Case Challenging Union Dues

Janus - who is backed by Gov. Bruce Rauner and a powerful, well-funded free-market network - argues that being forced to pay money to a union he doesn't support is a violation of his right to free speech. The mandatory fees have been allowed for four decades. When teachers and other public employees aren't required by law to support Democratic P...

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  • Boris Johnson warns Theresa May Brexit transition can not exceed two years
Boris Johnson warns Theresa May Brexit transition can not exceed two years

The Prime Minister has stated she wants to use the conference to return the focus to her domestic agenda, but a newspaper interview given by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson may have already knocked those plans off course. She also said the £350m funding claim "wasn't a figure I recognised". And home secretary Amber Rudd accused her colleague o...

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  • Donald Trump's aide Jared Kushner registered to vote as a woman
Donald Trump's aide Jared Kushner registered to vote as a woman

Foreign spies could also transfer stolen data via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the NSA reportedly warned. In the briefings, NSA officials said cyber criminals could use sophisticated malware to turn personal gadgets into listening devices, or take photos and videos without the user knowing about it.

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  • Trump, GOP Propose 20% Corporate Tax Rate
Trump, GOP Propose 20% Corporate Tax Rate

Trump tells the National Association of Manufacturers that the key is a "giant, beautiful, massive, the biggest ever in our country, tax cut". Overall, Trump's tax cut is big enough to raise Americans' after tax incomes in 2018 by 2%. The proposal must be turned into legislation before being implemented, but analysts were skeptical that Congres...

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  • Trump Going to South Korea, Part of 12-Day Asia Trip
Trump Going to South Korea, Part of 12-Day Asia Trip

Amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula, South Korea and U.S. forces recently held their first joint short range air defense training exercise in South Korea, according to a statement released by the U.S. In a separate speech on Thursday, Moon said cooperation with the global community to curb the North's nuclear ambitions was at its...

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  • Catalan leader urges 'mediation' in referendum crisis
Catalan leader urges 'mediation' in referendum crisis

The Spanish government says the referendum on independence for the northeastern region is unconstitutional and the country's Constitutional Court has suspended the vote so it could consider the matter. It is plastered with stickers supporting Sunday's planned referendum on Catalan independence and festooned with other symbols of the Catalonia regio...

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  • Twitter reveals 200 accounts connected to Russian Federation
Twitter reveals 200 accounts connected to Russian Federation

According to a blog post released by Twitter on Thursday, after briefing staffers on the House and Senate Intelligence Committees , the groups on Facebook had 22 Twitter accounts . Twitter on Thursday told a United States Senate Committee that a Russian state-funded media organisation had placed over 1,800 advertisements in 2016 in the r...

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  • NK official handling U.S. affairs begins Russian Federation visit
NK official handling U.S. affairs begins Russian Federation visit

Washington has said its joint military drills are essential to guard against North Korea and that Pyongyang must show it is serious about giving up its nuclear weapons before any return to talks. Any missile fired at the U.S. by the totalitarian dictatorship would most likely fly over the North Pole and may even have to be destroyed over Russian ...

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  • WATCH Rickie Fowler, Kevin Kisner join Presidents Cup fans, pump them up
WATCH Rickie Fowler, Kevin Kisner join Presidents Cup fans, pump them up

The United States are well on their way to a seventh successive Presidents Cup win, as they lead the global team 8-2 heading into Saturday's crucial day's play. The International team can be backed at 25/1 for a remarkable win and the tie at 15-15 is available at 20/1. "They came into this event riding a lot of momentum, a lot of confidence, and ...

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  • Yosemite exit route closed after second slide injures 1
Yosemite exit route closed after second slide injures 1

Park officials told tourists to use the Southside Drive to exit the valley, as the rockslide had closed down Northside Drive. Alex Beasley, U.K. manager for the company, described him as a passionate climber, mountaineer and skier who loved being in the outdoors.

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  • Iraq imposes flight ban on Kurdish airports in response to independence referendum
Iraq imposes flight ban on Kurdish airports in response to independence referendum

The protests took place at airports of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah just minutes before the flights ban took effect, with the people shouting slogans in support of the referendum and independence from Baghdad. In response to the referendum , Turkey is considering ceasing oil purchases from the Kurdish Regional Government and impose economic sanc...

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  • Turkey responds to United States comment on Erdogan's speech
Turkey responds to United States comment on Erdogan's speech

EgyptAir and Lebanon-based Middle East Airlines said on Wednesday that they will suspend flights to and from Erbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan . "The Arab region is being rocked by attempts to change regimes and divide states, as is the case in Syria, Iraq, and Libya", said the monarch. Iraq's government also has ordered global airlines to...

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  • U.S. pulling some embassy staff out of Havana after attacks
U.S. pulling some embassy staff out of Havana after attacks

Another facet of Friday's moves by the US government is the State Department's warning to USA citizens to stay away from Cuba for the time being. The State department's travel advisory could also impact Cuban tourism, one of the island nation's most important industries; the U.S.is warning Americans that some of the mysterious attacks o...

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  • US Pulls Some Staff Out of Cuba After Bizarre Health Episodes
US Pulls Some Staff Out of Cuba After Bizarre Health Episodes

The U.S. flag flaps in the stiff breeze off the Florida Straits at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba , on March 22, 2016, as President Obama and U.S. "There's clearly an ongoing danger to US diplomatic personnel". Despite investigations by investigators from both the United States and Cuba , no one has been able to identity a responsible par...

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