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Washington , Oct 19 The White House has blamed the Democrats for a heated row between Chief of Staff John Kelly and National Security Advisor John Bolton over immigration. CNN reports neither man is likely to resign. "However, we are furious at the failure of Congressional Democrats to help us address this growing crisis", she said.
  • Top 3 Kandahar officials killed by own guards, United States general survives

    Top 3 Kandahar officials killed by own guards, United States general survives

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    Inside the provincial governor's compound in Kandahar City, at least one attacker fatally shot the region's powerful police chief, Gen. Abdul Raziq and the provincial intelligence chief. And later an improvised explosive device blew up near the campaign rally of another candidate in the Logar provincial capital Pule Alam, Laraway said.
  • O'Rourke evokes Trump's 'Lyin' Ted' in debate

    O'Rourke evokes Trump's 'Lyin' Ted' in debate

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    Early into the action, Cruz criticized O'Rourke for supporting a proposal that explored imposing a tax on oil production. "It's why the President called him 'Lying Ted, ' and it's why the nickname stuck - because it's true", he said . "It's a campaign based on fear", O'Rourke said, "It's the same person who shut down the government of the United States of America for sixteen days, perhaps because he though too many people had too much healthcare".
  • Lindsey Graham’s joke about his DNA and Iran is getting grilled online

    Lindsey Graham’s joke about his DNA and Iran is getting grilled online

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    If the 2020 presidential campaign comes down to a name-calling contest, Trump will easily win re-election. Objections. And grumblings from her own political party about timing, with midterm elections three weeks away. "Phony!" Trump said, thanking the tribe in a subsequent tweet. Indeed, the Cherokee Nation has already denounced the use of DNA tests to claim ancestry as "inappropriate and wrong".
  • Why Theresa May isn't ruling out another year of Brexit transition

    Why Theresa May isn't ruling out another year of Brexit transition

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    Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she believed a Brexit deal was still possible as she arrived in Brussels. Tajani and European Council president Donald Tusk , who called on May to bring forward "creative" new proposals, held a half an hour meeting with May.
  • Young woman enters Sabarimala; Returns due to protests

    Young woman enters Sabarimala; Returns due to protests

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    Even before the police charge several people could be seen with blood streaming down their faces, suggesting further clashes had taken place with police nearer the temple. Nilakkal: A young woman who had tried to enter the holy shrine of Sabarimala was blocked by protestors. After the women devotees being attacked and sent back from entering the temple, now, a woman journalist's auto was attacked and blocked by agitators in Kerala's Pathanamthitta.
  • US President Donald Trump mocked over White House painting

    US President Donald Trump mocked over White House painting

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    Thomas knew Trump had received the painting as a gift - from a Republican congressman who was already a fan of the artist - because the president had recently called him to congratulate him. Trump's decision to attack a high-profile woman, and specifically her appearance, shows that Trump probably does not care about all of the data and reporting saying that women are turned off by his mistreatment of women - especially when it comes to how he chooses to attack them.
  • Hurricane Or Not, Leslie Makes A Rare Landfall Across Portugal Tonight

    Hurricane Or Not, Leslie Makes A Rare Landfall Across Portugal Tonight

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    The Category 1 hurricane is expected to produce unsafe winds, surf and heavy rainfall in Portugal and Spain on Saturday night and Sunday, the center said. Spanish meteorologists expected Leslie to reach Spanish mainland territory early Sunday before weakening to a tropical storm. In October 2017, strong winds from Hurricane Ophelia, which travelled north off the coast of Portugal and western Spain, fed forest fires that killed around 40 people during a heatwave.
  • John Oliver Grapples With WWE Plans For Saudi Arabia

    John Oliver Grapples With WWE Plans For Saudi Arabia "Crown Jewel" Event

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    Shawn Michaels managed to stay retired for 8 years, but he recently announced that he'll be returning to the ring to team up with Triple H at Crown Jewel where they will face off against The Undertaker and Kane . The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, of course, denies these allegations, and the squad of alleged killers claim they were just in the country for a vacation.
  • Unidentified Man Takes Woman Hostage at Train Station in Germany

    Unidentified Man Takes Woman Hostage at Train Station in Germany

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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.
  • Harry And Meghan Announce Pregnancy

    Harry And Meghan Announce Pregnancy

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    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed in Australia on Monday for the start of their first official royal visit since they married in May . The Duchess of Sussex is expecting her first child in spring next year, Kensington Palace has said.
  • Turkish FM Saudi Arabia must cooperate on Khashoggi, allow access to consulate

    Turkish FM Saudi Arabia must cooperate on Khashoggi, allow access to consulate

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    Khashoggi, a wealthy former government insider who had been living in the U.S.in self-imposed exile, had written a series of columns for the Post critical of Mohammed bin Salman. He received elementary and secondary education in Saudi Arabia. In a statement to CNN on Wednesday, a Saudi official said the kingdom "categorically" denies "any involvement in Jamal's disappearance".
  • UN criticised over latest picks for rights council

    UN criticised over latest picks for rights council

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    Akbaruddin also expressed his gratitude to the United Nations for their support towards India . India secured a total of 188 votes out of 193 which was the highest among all the 18 countries in the five regional categories. Its last tenure had ended on December 31, 2017 . The new members of the Indian contingent will serve a term of three years beginning January 1, 2019.
  • Snowstorm kills 9 climbers on Nepal peak

    Snowstorm kills 9 climbers on Nepal peak

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    The bodies of nine climbers who died when a violent snowstorm destroyed their camp on a Himalayan peak in Nepal have been retrieved. But the official said they couldn't secure flight tickets to Nepal in time and chose to transport the bodies to South Korea soon, possibly by Wednesday morning at the earliest.
  • Hatch-Goodlatte Music Modernization Act Now Law

    Hatch-Goodlatte Music Modernization Act Now Law

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    That's the reaction delivered Thursday morning by National Music Publishers' Association President/CEO David Israelite in reaction to the White House signing by President Trump of the Hatch-Goodlatte Music Modernization Act . Trump met with Kanye West later that day, though West wasn't in attendance for the signing. We build factories here in America to create jobs. West has been a proud supporter of Donald Trump since sporting the infamous MAGA hat , and expressing his love for ...
  • 11 baby bodies found in closed Detroit funeral home

    11 baby bodies found in closed Detroit funeral home

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    The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs received an anonymous letter tipping them off where the bodies were hidden, leading tio the search. "They're very small remains,"Bowser said". At the time of the discovery, construction was underway to convert the funeral home into a community center.
  • Israeli forces kill at least six Palestinians in Gaza

    Israeli forces kill at least six Palestinians in Gaza

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    Israeli forces have killed seven Palestinians during protests in the eastern Gaza Strip near the military fence separating the blockaded Palestinian territory from Israel , Gaza's health ministry said. RAMALLAH, Palestinian Territories: A Palestinian woman died of her wounds after Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank threw stones at the auto she was travelling in, Palestinian security sources and media said Saturday (Oct 13).