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The network, which has more than two billion users, said some posts targeted Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn while others attacked US President Donald Trump . Additionally, Facebook says more than 28,000 accounts followed at least one of the now-removed Instagram accounts. "This evolution of tactics from previous more blatant pro-Iranian messaging suggests the operation had learned from earlier takedowns".
  • PM Imran to meet Xi Jinping on China visit

    PM Imran to meet Xi Jinping on China visit

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    He said the country's debt was Rs 6,000 billion in 2008 which ballooned to Rs 30,000 billion in 2018. The three-day summit, nicknamed "Davos in the desert", has been overshadowed by raging global outrage over the murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
  • Fans think Meghan Markle will give birth in April after THIS 'clue'

    Fans think Meghan Markle will give birth in April after THIS 'clue'

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    Which, speaking of, are both now on display in a new exhibition at Windsor Castle, along with a recording of the Duchess of Sussex dishing on her royal headpiece decision making (with Queen Elizabeth's assistance, no less). The outfits as displayed at Windsor Castle. Samantha, however, claimed that her sister's speech was riddled with lies, stating that the new royal did not have to work for her education at all .
  • Sri Lanka crisis deepens as PM resists sacking

    Sri Lanka crisis deepens as PM resists sacking

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    A large gathering of politicians and the supporters of the United People's Freedom Alliance and the Sri Lanka Freedom Party got together in front of the Presidential Secretariat to convey their wishes to the newly appointed Prime Minister.
  • Ethiopia appoints first female president

    Ethiopia appoints first female president

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    In Ethiopia , the prime minister wields the executive power; the position of president, while it carries significant social influence, is largely a ceremonial post. Mr Teshome tendered his resignation to parliament on Wednesday. Ms Sahle-Work, 68, made history as the east African country's first woman in the ceremonial but symbolic role.
  • Russian Federation pledges ‘balance’ if USA quits nuclear pact; Trump eyes more weapons

    Russian Federation pledges ‘balance’ if USA quits nuclear pact; Trump eyes more weapons

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    U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser is meeting with Russia's defense minister in Moscow just a few days after Trump announced that he meant to pull the United States out of a landmark nuclear weapons treaty. Bolton accused Russian Federation of being in violation of the treaty due to its development of the 9M729 ballistic missile. Asked whether he thought the United States should stick with it, Stoltenberg said: "The challenge, the problem, is the Russian ...
  • Telugu IPS M Nageshwar Rao new interim CBI Chief

    Telugu IPS M Nageshwar Rao new interim CBI Chief

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    A senior IB official said the agency's units were routinely deployed on a regular basis in sensitive areas and at times, this was done with local law enforcement agencies. This is a high security zone. The CVC said in its order that "the Director, CBI, was not cooperating in making available the records and files sought by it" and he was served three separate notices to "produce files and documents before September 14".
  • Lost ancient treasures may be hidden in world’s oldest shipwreck

    Lost ancient treasures may be hidden in world’s oldest shipwreck

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    The Greek trading ship was the oldest of dozens of shipwrecks that were discovered off the coast of Bulgaria during the three-year project, which the team claims is the biggest effort of its kind. They claim that it is " the oldest intact shipwreck known to mankind". The Black Sea is a 700-mile-wide body of water on the eastern fringes of Europe, bordered by Romania and Bulgaria in the east, Turkey in the south, and Ukraine and Russian Federation in the north.
  • Chinese and Russian spies hack Donald Trump’s phone

    Chinese and Russian spies hack Donald Trump’s phone

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    President Donald Trump's cellphone conversations are being intercepted by Chinese and Russian spies to gather information on his associates and policy positions. Regarding her suggestion that Trump use a Huawei instead of an iPhone, this appears to be a sly reference to the U.S. government forbidding its agencies from using any technologies or services from the Chinese company.
  • Son of murdered journalist Khashoggi leaves Saudi Arabia: HRW

    Son of murdered journalist Khashoggi leaves Saudi Arabia: HRW

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    The son of murdered Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi and his family are en route to the United States after having been allowed to leave Saudi Arabia , Human Rights Watch Middle East and North Africa Executive Director Sarah Leah Whitson said in a statement on Thursday.
  • Cory Booker rallies for Stacey Abrams in Atlanta

    Cory Booker rallies for Stacey Abrams in Atlanta

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    The differences of opinion about the flag were reflected on social media, where some said they'd never vote for someone who had desecrated a flag, while others lauded Abrams for doing her part to get rid of a symbol of racism. Kemp says that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is fighting for immigrants without legal status to cast ballots in the November 6 election.
  • Britain's May says divorce deal with European Union nearly done

    Britain's May says divorce deal with European Union nearly done

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    According to a new report from The Financial Times on Tuesday , the United Kingdom government is considering chartering ships for a makeshift fleet that can be used to bring much-needed and perishable supplies like food and medicines into the country if Britain leaves the European Union without securing a deal.
  • Spain not stopping arms sales to Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi killing

    Spain not stopping arms sales to Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi killing

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    There are suspicions that Jamal Khashoggi was sadistically mutilated by 15 Saudi Arabian nationals for the journalist's columns that heavily criticized Saudi's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman . President Donald Trump had also talked about possible punishment but said he didn't want to halt a proposed $ 110 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia because it would harm us manufacturers.
  • Trump May Reverse Obama's Decision and Define Gender by Biology, Not Choice

    Trump May Reverse Obama's Decision and Define Gender by Biology, Not Choice

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    They're responding to a New York Times report that the Health and Human Services Department is working on a proposal that would define sex as exclusively male or female with no room for change. In February, the government revoked Obama administration protections for transgender students that allowed them to use bathrooms, locker rooms and other facilities that matched their gender identity rather than their sex assigned at birth.
  • Manhunt is underway for man accused of killing Atlanta-area police officer

    Manhunt is underway for man accused of killing Atlanta-area police officer

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    No details were released on where Pretlow was arrested or how authorities found him. Police believe Maynard shot Toney, and had launched an area manhunt as he faced charges of aggravated assault and felony murder. "I would like to say that the danger to the community is over", Ayers said at a news conference, adding that police would continue to investigate any potential charges against people who may have provided assistance to Maynard "during his attempt to escape justice".
  • Exclusive pictures of Jamal Khashoggi entering the Saudi consulate

    Exclusive pictures of Jamal Khashoggi entering the Saudi consulate

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    He said Saudi Arabia does not know how Mr Khashoggi was killed or where his body is, adding the country is still working on finding out where Mr Khashoggi's body is and determining what happened. "The individuals who did this did this outside the scope of their authority". Bin Salman "is a very impressive young person, [but]. he also has made some mistakes, and obviously if he has gone forth and murdered this journalist, he has crossed the line, and there obviously has to be a punishment and ...
  • Pres. Trump to rally for Sen. Ted Cruz at Toyota Center

    Pres. Trump to rally for Sen. Ted Cruz at Toyota Center

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    The president said initially he thought Cruz's opponent O'Rourke "must be something a little special". Meantime, Cruz was pressed by Faris on his support for Trump after the two engaged in a bitter fight for the Republican nomination in 2016.
  • Does the mass march make a 'People's Vote' more likely?

    Does the mass march make a 'People's Vote' more likely?

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    Around 100,000 activists are expected to march in what has been billed as the biggest public protest against the Brexit situation to date. "Brexit is trying to drag us back into the 1930s". The thorniest issue of all is the question of Northern Ireland , which is part of the United Kingdom but shares a border with the Irish Republic that is now open to goods and people.
  • Jordan cancels 2 annexes from peace treaty with Israel

    Jordan cancels 2 annexes from peace treaty with Israel

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    After enormous pressure from activists and civil society groups, Jordan said that it would be reclaiming al-Ghumar and al-Baqura after ending its lease agreement with Israel. The 25-year lease expires next year. An incident past year in which an Israeli security guard killed two Jordanian citizens within the Israeli embassy compound added to the tension.