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Oct 17 2018

NYPD Searching for 12 After Brawls Near Right-Wing Speech

Elected officials were outraged over videos posted online of the violence, saying they showed Proud Boys members were involved as well, and should face consequences. "W...

Oct 16 2018

Australia Mulls Following U.S. on Jerusalem Embassy Move, Recognizing Israel's Capital

While both Russian Federation and France offered to host delegations from Israel and Palestine for renewed peace talks, on December 6, 2017 Trump announced that the U...

Oct 16 2018

Donald Trump rains insults on Elizabeth Warren after DNA test

Native Americans also have objected to Trump's "Pocahontas" nickname for Warren. Warren released the test results Monday in part to push back against Trump's taunts ...

Oct 16 2018

'Zombie' Hurricane Leslie bears down on Portugal, Spain

Twenty-seven people suffered minor injuries, civil defence commander Luis Belo Costa told reporters. At least 1,000 trees were uprooted, mainly in coastal towns north o...

Oct 13 2018

'Winter is coming': Indonesia's president sounds warning for global economy

Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo added to a chorus of criticism Friday over trade friction between the USA and China , telling financial leaders gathered in B...

Oct 13 2018

Group pushes for Indigenous People’s Day in Aurora

The largest city in America named after Christopher Columbus canceled Columbus Day this year - claiming it's too broke to celebrate. The mayor's office said the deci...

Oct 13 2018

Stealth Fighter Jet Grounded Globally After First-Ever Crash

A Marine Corps F-35 operating from the USS Essex amphibious assault ship recently struck a Taliban target in Afghanistan, the first successful US combat sortie for the ...

Oct 13 2018

China's trade surplus with US widens to record $34.13 bil

The move appeared to be part of a more concerted effort by the Trump administration to put new pressure on China beyond the tariffs that President Donald Trump has al...

Oct 12 2018

Bulgarian arrested in Germany, charged with journalist's murder

Bulgarian authorities have released the Romanian citizen they had detained earlier on Tuesday, sources in the Romanian Police told Mediafax. Marinova , a 30-year-old...

Oct 12 2018

Vizag under danger radar as Titli Cyclone inches towards the coastline

The India Meteorological Department ( IMD ) rated Titli as a "very severe cyclonic storm" that could pack gusts of up to 165 kph by the time it makes landfall early o...

Oct 10 2018

Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova found raped and murdered

Bulgaria's Interior Minister Mladen Mladenov confirmed that Marinova was raped before she was killed , describing her death as "exceptionally brutal". "There is justifie...

Oct 10 2018

South African finance minister Nene resigns over Gupta scandal

The three Gupta brothers, who are allies of former President Jacob Zuma , were implicated by the former anti-graft ombudsman in influencing government appointments and t...

Oct 09 2018

GOP poised to elevate Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

Susan Collins several times ahead of her announcement Friday that she would support Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court - and he's been out of office for...

Oct 09 2018

Trump lashes out at female protesters

President Donald Trump began his Friday tweeting a conspiracy theory about people who've protested against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Capitol ...

Oct 09 2018

Second poisoning suspect ID’d as military doctor who works for Russian GRU

The man, who used the alias Alexander Petrov to travel to the United Kingdom, was unmasked as a trained military doctor employed by the GRU - Russia's military intellig...

Oct 09 2018

Bush's daughter ties the knot in secret Kennebunkport ceremony

George W. Bush paid homage to his late mother in his Instagram post, writing that his newlywed daughter "is named for a unique and strong woman". Bush's father walked ...

Oct 08 2018

Magnitude 5.9 quake hits Haiti, at least 11 dead

The US Geological Survey said the epicentre of the aftershock was located 9.8 miles (15.8 kilometres) north-northwest of Port-de-Paix, the city hard hit by Saturday n...

Oct 08 2018

Climate change economists win Nobel prize

The committee said: "Romer demonstrates how knowledge can function as a driver of long-term economic growth". Paul Romer, a former assistant professor of economics at...

Oct 08 2018

Manhunt for killer continues, IDF warns he could strike again

Security footage shows the shooter fleeing, still armed with a rifle. Israeli border guards, police and military forces continue their massive manhunt for the terrorist...