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Officers said the man was injured during the police operation, without giving any further details, and paramedics were seen trying to revive him. At around the time of the incident, a teenage girl was taken from the station to hospital, said Christoph Schulte, a police spokesman.
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    The May federal budget forecast 3 per cent GDP in 2018-19 and the same the following financial year. In a report released ahead of the IMF's annual conference, this year held on the Indonesian island of Bali, the fund said that the UK's "pace of fiscal consolidation can be eased if risks materialize and growth slows sharply".
  • Indonesia quake, tsunami toll reaches 1,649

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    Countries including the UK, US, Australia, India and Japan have sent in millions of dollars worth of aid, but food and water remain in short supply, and the Red Cross said it had treated around 1,800 people in its clinics. Figures for more remote areas, some only just re-connected to the outside world by road, are only trickling in. "We always say for disaster infrastructure that you save $7 for every $1 investment you make, so this is needed and the cost is nothing compared to other ...
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    After years of keeping her distance, Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson will once again be reunited with the royal family of her ex-husband Prince Andrew as they all gather for her their daughter Eugenie's wedding. "The family understood, particularly Eugenie, and were fine about it owing to her previous commitment". Meanwhile, six-year-old Louis de Givenchy, the son of Zoe and Olivier de Givenchy will be the other pageboy.
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    In a news conference Sunday evening in Tallahassee, Florida Gov. Rick Scott warned that the storm could have far-reaching effects, regardless of where it lands. "Never ends, but we're all prepared and hopefully it won't be as bad as it's looking", Mr. Trump said. In the popular tourist destination of Seaside, people were starting to feel nervous, said Kevin Boyle, the town's director of events.
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    Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. Republican South Carolina Sen. But Haley has also sometimes distanced herself from Trump. /Federal ethics regulations prohibit employees from soliciting or accepting gifts given because of the employee's official position.
  • Hope Hicks Hire Takes Fox Veterans by Surprise

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    Fox News , Fox Sports, and the broadcast network were not part of the deal but are being rebranded as Fox. According to The Cut , she's got a brand-new job at Fox, which will put her out on the West Coast, far, far away from the machinations of the Capitol.
  • Researchers identify second suspect in nerve agent poisoning as Russian intel officer

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    The other suspect also traveled to Salisbury, England, under an alias - Ruslan Boshirov - and is in fact a decorated Russian agent named Anatoliy Chepiga, Bellingcat reported last month . But the nerve agent killed a British woman, Dawn Sturgess , and seriously sickened her partner. Dr Alexander Mishkin , a 39-year-old trained military doctor in the employ of the GRU, was identified as the second suspect by the website.
  • Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As Newest Supreme Court Justice

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    But the GOP has the votes to successfully confirm Kavanaugh. Ford's allegations disrupted what had appeared to be a relatively smooth confirmation process for Kavanaugh. The investigations of Judge Kavanaugh did not come close to overcoming the presumption of innocence. Trump's decision to hand his second Supreme Court nomination to Kavanaugh in July was widely seen as an olive branch to Bush and other establishment Republicans who have been hostile to the president.
  • At Least 11 Dead, More Than 100 Injured in Haiti Quake

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    The toll in the quake that hit Haiti increased to 14, reported Reuters on Monday. Authorities said that about 188 other people were injured when the tremor occurred around 8:11 p.m. The agency confirmed that some homes were destroyed or damaged, without offering specific figures. Impoverished Haiti, where many live in tenuous circumstances, is especially vulnerable to earthquakes .
  • Michael officially a hurricane, tropical storm effects expected in Chatham County

    Michael officially a hurricane, tropical storm effects expected in Chatham County

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    By late Monday afternoon, Close said folks across Tampa Bay will see quick-moving storms pass through the area as the hurricane's outer bands begin to reach Florida. He also waived tolls in a move to help coastal dwellers leave. Scott has also extended his state of emergency order to include Bradford, Pasco, Hernando, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Alachua, Union, and Baker Counties.
  • Kavanaugh says he's unchanged by bitter Supreme Court confirmation

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    Wall Street Journal: " GOP Muscles Kavanaugh Through Senate " - "The moment California college professor Christine Blasey Ford finished her testimony about an alleged sexual assault in the 1980s by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh , Republicans realized his confirmation was at serious risk".
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    Mr Pompeo said he wanted "a fully coordinated, unified view of how to proceed, which will be what is needed if we are going to be successful in denuclearising North Korea ". What did Pompeo and Kim agree to? The exchange came as Pompeo arrived in the Chinese capital during an Asia trip focused on securing a disarmament deal with North Korea and maintaining global pressure against Kim Jong Un.
  • Police shooting suspect is disabled war veteran

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    A 74-year-old suspect who had posted on social media about his shooting prowess, Frederick T. Hopkins Jr., was in custody but had not yet been charged, and his status as a suspect was particularly striking given that two of his sons have worked in law enforcement.
  • Laquan McDonald: Verdict reached in Chicago police shooting

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    He was found not guilty of official misconduct, according to a live stream of the trial. According to CNN , this is the first time since 1980 that a Chicago police officer has been convicted of murder. "He made it up". Members of the jury later told reporters that Van Dyke's testimony was not credible and seemed rehearsed. Advocates hope that the right verdict will come in Van Dyke's trial.
  • Nigeria's opposition PDP selects Abubakar as 2019 presidential election

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    The national convention of the party, which began on Saturday, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, and continued well into Sunday, saw Atiku eventually emerge victor, polling a total of 1,532 votes. I give kudos to them. You have stayed on course over the years and truly, you deserve this victory. "I can not do it alone, I need your support, your assistance, I need your understanding and I need your participation".
  • Susan Collins will vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

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    Demonstrators gather outside the Senate office of Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski , the lone Republican to vote against advancing Kavanaugh's nomination on Friday. And they have questioned whether Kavanaugh was truthful in his testimony about a number of issues, including his drinking habits, before the Judiciary Committee.
  • South Koreans Visiting Pyongyang For Summit Anniversary

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    Pompeo was invited to visit Pyongyang this month during a September 26 meeting with North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho. "We will never beg the United States to lift sanctions", it said. "Knowing the North Koreans, I think they have other things up their sleeve that they are willing to do". -North Korea consensus on denuclearization is critical in meeting this commitment.
  • Melania Trump Faces Scrutiny for Hat Choice While Visiting Kenya

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    It's not the first time Trump has been in the news for an outfit. "It's a reflection of her outdated understanding of Africa", wrote Kim Yi Dionne, a writer covering Africa politics. The first lady was captured taking pictures of animals on her iPhone and peering through binoculars. She is expected in Kenya anytime. She demonstrated her independence from her husband in ways large and small - like talking up US foreign aid that he's tried to slash and ignoring the Fox-only edict that the ...