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A spokesman for Zimbabwe's ruling party says the inauguration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be on Sunday after the constitutional court upheld his election win. Mnangagwa has spoken to the nation on state television and called for calm. Zanu-PF Secretary for Legal Affairs Cde Paul Mangwana said the ruling party's lawyers were quantifying the exact amount due to them, but they had indicated an approximate bill of $3 million.
  • Bodies found as floods recede in India's Kerala

    Bodies found as floods recede in India's Kerala

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    Weather officials have predicted more rains across the state through Monday morning. Many districts witnessed less rainfall in the last 24 hours and the rescue efforts have reached the final phase, the CM said, adding that most of those stranded had been evacuated from the flood-hit areas.
  • White House lawyer McGahn isn't 'a John Dean type 'RAT,'' Trump says

    White House lawyer McGahn isn't 'a John Dean type 'RAT,'' Trump says

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    That has prompted concern among Mr. Trump's advisers that Mr. McGahn's statements could help serve as a key component for a damning report by the special counsel, Robert S. "The failing [New York Times] wrote a Fake piece today implying that because White House Councel [sic] Don McGahn was giving hours of testimony to the Special Councel [sic], he must be a John Dean type 'RAT .' But I allowed him and all others to testify - I didn't have to", Trump wrote.
  • Murdered Colorado mom 'beat all odds' to get pregnant, brother says

    Murdered Colorado mom 'beat all odds' to get pregnant, brother says

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    In the video, Bella can be seen sitting in a auto seat while smiling and singing about her daddy being her hero as the person filming says, "aw" in the end. Shanann Watts recently posted on Facebook about the trips she's been on reportedly paid by her employer. "She would take the kids to the pool and [Chris Watts] would always take them in a little wagon", he said.
  • Vatican remains silent on bombshell sex abuse report

    Vatican remains silent on bombshell sex abuse report

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    Now comes a statement from the Vatican on Thursday - from spokesman Greg Burke , specifically - that says the Holy See is taking the report "with great seriousness". "For decades", the report said. That work detailed some of the most horrific sexual abuse allegations about Catholic priests ever seen. Pope Francis accepted the resignation of now Archbishop McCarrick last month after U.S.
  • John Brennan Asks: When Things Get Tough, How Desperate Will Trump Become?

    John Brennan Asks: When Things Get Tough, How Desperate Will Trump Become?

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    In protest, 15 former top intelligence officials from both Democratic and Republican administrations went on the record with their displeasure at the president's actions, saying Mr. The senior White House official acknowledged that the step against Brennan had been prepared in late July, when Sanders first said Trump was considering it.
  • Former Indian PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee passes away

    Former Indian PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee passes away

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    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, veteran BJP leaders and Vajpayee's long-time associates L.K. Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Congress President Rahul Gandhi were present at the funeral.
  • Twitter suspends far-right figure Alex Jones for a week

    Twitter suspends far-right figure Alex Jones for a week

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    Notably, Twitter didn't join other Silicon Valley titans in banning Jones. Among the conspiracy theories Jones has peddled are charges that the United States government was behind numerous terrorist attacks, including the September 11, 2001 strikes on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
  • Christopher Watts, Shanann Watts filed for bankruptcy in 2015

    Christopher Watts, Shanann Watts filed for bankruptcy in 2015

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    Christopher Watts was arrested on Wednesday night and is being held in the Weld County Jail on three charges of first-degree murder and three charges of tampering with physical evidence in the deaths. A spokeswoman for the oil company said Christopher Watts was sacked Wednesday, but she declined to provide any details, citing the active investigation.
  • Architect of bin Laden raid issues stunning rebuke of Trump

    Architect of bin Laden raid issues stunning rebuke of Trump

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    Former U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, another critic whose clearance Trump said he might target, cautioned that Brennan was expressing "an informed opinion". "You don't have to agree with what John Brennan says (and, again, not all of us do) to agree with his right to say it, subject to his obligation to protect classified information".
  • Afghanistan: Taliban launches attack on Ghazni

    Afghanistan: Taliban launches attack on Ghazni

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    All telecommunication services were shut down due to the clashes, and contacts with officials in the city could not be established over the phone. On Sunday evening, Resolute Support's Public Affairs Officer Lt. "The concern about the collapse of the province to the Taliban is gone now". "Taliban were not able to overrun the checkpoints and were defeated by the (security) forces", said Serih.
  • Iran will create a national crypto to bust United States sanctions

    Iran will create a national crypto to bust United States sanctions

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    In this regard, let me say a few words to the people: THERE WILL BE NO WAR, NOR WILL WE NEGOTIATE WITH THE US", Khamenei continued. Although the other parties to the agreement - Britain , France, Germany, China and Russian Federation - have vowed to resist United States sanctions, many foreign companies have already abandoned projects in Iran for fear of U.S.
  • North, South Korea Begin Talks Before Possible Pyongyang Summit

    North, South Korea Begin Talks Before Possible Pyongyang Summit

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    Monday's high-level talks, taking place on the northern side of the truce village in the Demilitarized Zone, were proposed by the North last week as it lashed out at Washington for pushing ahead with sanctions. They agreed at the time to meet in the fall in Pyongyang. North Korea seemed to point the finger at the South for what it sees as lackluster progress on their joint projects.
  • US ambassador urges Britain to ditch support for Iran nuclear deal

    US ambassador urges Britain to ditch support for Iran nuclear deal

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    In recent weeks, Washington has slapped both Turkey and Iran with economic sanctions. Mr Johnson even goes over the head of Whitehall and urges British businesses directly to cut ties with Iran. The UK's trade with Iran was £365million in 2016. "We don't sympathise with the sanctions, we don't think they are appropriate and we don't interact with them, but we are committed to protect our people".
  • Indian envoy Ajay Bisaria meets Imran Khan, gifts him a bat

    Indian envoy Ajay Bisaria meets Imran Khan, gifts him a bat

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    The newly-elected members of Pakistan's Parliament will ensure presence during the parliament session, scheduled at 10 am Pakistan time. Khan brings charisma and global name recognition, but running the country will take considerable statecraft from his relatively inexperienced party.
  • 'Unite the Right' counterprotesters gather near White House at Lafayette Park

    'Unite the Right' counterprotesters gather near White House at Lafayette Park

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    This weekend marks one year since white nationalists took to the streets of Charlottesville in a demonstration of anger that drew crowds of outraged counterprotesters, one of whom was left dead . James Fields Jr., 21, of Maumee, Ohio, is charged in state court with murder in Heyer's killing and also faces separate hate crime charges in federal court.
  • Counterprotesters Expected to Dwarf White Supremacists in DC

    Counterprotesters Expected to Dwarf White Supremacists in DC

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    But, he added, "The state police is fully prepared to act on any inciteful violence". "Peace to ALL Americans!" the president tweeted . - Businesses in the District where white nationalist , white supremacist and neo-Nazis are planning to hold the Unite the Right rally on Sunday have stated they will refuse service to anyone with hate in their heart.
  • Death toll rising after quake on Indonesian island

    Death toll rising after quake on Indonesian island

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    In a press conference, the spokesperson for the National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB) Sutopo Purwo Nugroho went on to say that another 1,467 people were admitted to hospitals owing to the injuries they sustained in the Sunday quake.
  • Four dead after shooting in Canada

    Four dead after shooting in Canada

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    Mr MacCoubrey said his apartment complex has four buildings in a square, and it sounded like the shots came from the middle of the complex. "There is a police officer standing outside with a gun", CTV Atlantic's Nick Moore said on CTV's "Your Morning".
  • Kerala rains: All shutters opened at Idukki dam

    Kerala rains: All shutters opened at Idukki dam

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    Shibu, a relief official, said Friday almost 200 army soldiers joined rescue workers in the worst-hit Ayannkulu , Idukki and Wayanad areas. According to the National Disaster Management Authority's (NDMA) situation report , since the beginning of the monsoon season 14 districts in the state have been affected by floods comprising over 2,000 villages.