• Central Intelligence Agency bomb sniffing puppy retires after losing interest in searching for explosives
Central Intelligence Agency bomb sniffing puppy retires after losing interest in searching for explosives

But for some dogs, such as Lulu , it can become clear that "the issue isn't temporary and instead, this just isn't the job they are meant for", the Central Intelligence Agency tweeted. They said the #Black Labrador was just not interested in learning how to search for explosives . It is not all bad news for Lulu though, as the photogenic bl...

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  • Iraqi PM orders withdrawal of militias from Kirkuk
Iraqi PM orders withdrawal of militias from Kirkuk

See here and here. Iraqi forces took control of the last two oilfields in the vicinity of Kirkuk, a city of 1 million people. The endeavor of some officials and foreign oil companies to conclude oil deals inside Iraq without the knowledge of the Iraqi federal Oil Ministry "is a blatant interference in Iraqi internal affairs and a violation of i...

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  • White House Chief of staff Kelly defends Trump phone call to widow
White House Chief of staff Kelly defends Trump phone call to widow

The first was Trump's delay in calling the families of four soldiers killed in Niger on October 4. "They have made the ultimate sacrifice so generally, I would say that I like to call", he added. "I said to him, sir, there's nothing you can do to lighten the burden on these families", Kelly said. And you can always find them. But, Kelly said, h...

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  • Security Guard Who Discovered Las Vegas Shooter Withdraws From Public Eye
Security Guard Who Discovered Las Vegas Shooter Withdraws From Public Eye

Las Vegas police are expected to release new information about the case Friday after a week that has seen the timeline of the shooting change nearly daily. "Jesus, he leaned out and he said take cover, take cover and yelled at me and within milliseconds, if he didn't say that, I would've got hit", Schuck said.

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  • 19-year-old killed young siblings to be alone, police say
19-year-old killed young siblings to be alone, police say

The stabbing happened in the 900 block of Carlisle Street sometime before 1:10 a.m., police said. Malik Murphy was arrested early Tuesday morning at 912 Carlisle St. The arrest papers go on to say an interview was conducted with Murphy by a detective. The boys are suspected of attempted first-degree murder after a shooting just before noon on S...

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  • Bodies Of Joshua Tree Hikers Found Locked In Final Embrace
Bodies Of Joshua Tree Hikers Found Locked In Final Embrace

The National Park Service later confirmed that two bodies were discovered around 11:30 p.m. Sunday in a remote region of Joshua Tree National Park . "But I had my answer today". "IDs will be pending autopsies", read a tweet by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department Monday morning. A widespread search in the searing heat of Joshua T...

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  • Japan, US, South Korea agree to add pressure on Pyongyang
Japan, US, South Korea agree to add pressure on Pyongyang

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan was joined by Tokyo's Vice Foreign Minister Shinsuke Sugiyama, for a three-way meeting with South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Lim Sung-nam. envoy's statement said, Fox News reported. Trump is expected to stress the need for applying the maximum pressure on Pyongyang while clarifying the United Sta...

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  • Smart Home? Toronto Moves to Create a Smart Neighborhood
Smart Home? Toronto Moves to Create a Smart Neighborhood

Waterfront Toronto revealed today it is partnering with Sidewalk Labs , a sister company of Google, to design a new kind of mixed-use, complete community on Toronto's eastern waterfront. At least 3.3 million square feet of residential, office and commercial space - including a new headquarters for Google Canada - could be developed, according to ...

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  • Crown could face Senate tampering inquiry
Crown could face Senate tampering inquiry

MP Wilkie further claimed that despite the fact that the three employees' allegations are focused on the Crown Resorts' Melbourne-based gambling hub, they could suggest there was a larger pattern of such misconduct in the local poker machine business .

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  • Boeing's attack on Bombardier boomerangs as Airbus wins new jet
Boeing's attack on Bombardier boomerangs as Airbus wins new jet

UK GOVERNMENT - Bombardier is the largest manufacturing employer in Northern Ireland and the deal gives a boost to British Prime Minister Theresa May, whose minority Conservative Party government is in a coalition with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).

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  • Northam's lead over Gillespie drops to 4%
Northam's lead over Gillespie drops to 4%

He has moved to a one-point lead over Democrat Ralph Northam after trailing the current lieutenant governor by five points in Monmouth's September poll . "But there's plenty of room and time left for Northam to close the deal or for Gillespie to close the gap". A slim majority of Northam voters (51%) say their vote is a message of disapproval of T...

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  • Israel approves building plans for 31 settler homes in West Bank's Hebron
Israel approves building plans for 31 settler homes in West Bank's Hebron

Ghassan Daghlas, who monitors settlement activities in the north of West Bank, told WAFA that settlers stole the olive harvest of a farmer in the village of al-Janiya, west of Ramallah, and others stole the olive harvest of a farmer from al-Sawiya near Nablus.

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  • Does the media make up fake news about Trump?
Does the media make up fake news about Trump?

Trump himself has claimed, again and again, to be the victim of "fake news" stories. That's compared to 43 percent with a bachelor's degree and 33 percent with no college degree who also said no. Trump tweeted at NBC last week over their report that he wanted a tenfold increase in the US arsenal which he called "pure fiction". Tillerson hasn'...

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  • Utah school investigating students' video with apparent racial slur
Utah school investigating students' video with apparent racial slur

The video was made a year ago, and one of the girls recently shared it on social media as a private post, he said. They also say that the girls in the video and their families are being threatened. The video spread online on Monday after being uploaded to Instagram by one of the girls. "It was viewed by other students who then re posted it to oth...

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  • Nafta talks to extend to next year amid clashes
Nafta talks to extend to next year amid clashes

Talks will continue next month in Mexico City and will spill over into next year. Canadian dairy and Mexican agriculture officials have said that the USA proposals should be nonstarters. The U.S. wants to send a signal to the rest of the world that it opposes currency manipulation and prefers countries to move toward market-based exchange rates, ...

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  • United States expects Pak to take decisive action against terrorists: Rex Tillerson
United States expects Pak to take decisive action against terrorists: Rex Tillerson

The Secretary of State said that there were over 600 American companies operating and USA investment in India has jumped by 500 per cent in the last two years. "The region will judge the administration's commitment in terms of what it does", she said. The US Secretary of State's remarks came hours after President Trump publicly and symbolically t...

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  • Sessions Vows to Review Obama's Uranium Deal With Russia
Sessions Vows to Review Obama's Uranium Deal With Russia

Grassley noted the FBI was investigating Mikerin at the same time the Obama administration was determining whether to approve the sale of the mining company Uranium One to the Russian nuclear firm Rosatom. Bill Clinton also received a $500,000 speaking fee for a speech in Moscow paid for by a Kremlin-connected bank, reports the New Yorker. During...

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  • New wave of Rohingya refugees flock to Bangladesh camps
New wave of Rohingya refugees flock to Bangladesh camps

Myanmar authorities have rejected widespread global criticism that their security forces targeted Rohingya civilians in atrocities such as killings, rapes and the burning of villages. Security Council members can raise this matter for it to be made a resolution so that finally when the Rohingya return, there is a U.N. monitoring team there in place...

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  • 12, including 11 security personnel, killed in terror attacks across Pakistan
12, including 11 security personnel, killed in terror attacks across Pakistan

Security forces reached the location and cordoned off the area and a security sweep was underway. The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the auto bombing, which took place in the Saryab Road area of Quetta , the provincial capital of Baluchistan.

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  • Kenya vote chief says 'difficult' to have credible election
Kenya vote chief says 'difficult' to have credible election

The Supreme Court on September 1 ordered the IEBC to carry out repeat poll after annulling the presidential owing to "irregularities and illegalities" undertaken by officials. Roselyn Akombe , another of the board's eight members, said in a statement from NY, dated Tuesday, that the "commission has become a party to the current crisis" and was "u...

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  • Khamenei says Iran will 'shred' nuclear deal if USA quits it
Khamenei says Iran will 'shred' nuclear deal if USA quits it

Congress has two months to decide whether to reinstate sanctions on Iran after U.S. President Donald Trump last week refused to formally certify that Tehran was complying with the nuclear agreement hailed by his predecessor Barack Obama as key to stopping Iran from building nuclear weapons.

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  • U.S. shooter kills three at Maryland business park
U.S. shooter kills three at Maryland business park

Police are now looking for a 37-year-old suspect, Radeed Labeeb Prince. Prince is believed to have been driving a 2000 black Acadia, with a DE license plate. Asked about the gunman's possible motive, he said: "We believe he's tied into a relationship here at work". The victims and the suspect worked for Advanced Granite Solutions.

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  • Gujarat elections a contest between dynasty and development: Narendra Modi
Gujarat elections a contest between dynasty and development: Narendra Modi

The Prime Minister was addressing lakhs of BJP workers on the outskirts of Ahmedabad in what could be his last big rally before Gujarat election dates are announced and the model code of conduct comes into force. I wont repeat what they did to Sardar Patel, his daughter Maniben, and Morarji Desai. He also accused Congress of insulting and ignorin...

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  • There's bull on the loose in Brooklyn
There's bull on the loose in Brooklyn

Add New York as an interest to stay up to date on the latest New York news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The cow was then clipped by a auto before running into the park. At least two other cows were found running through NY since the beginning of 2016. Officers used soccer goals to fence the animal in on a baseball diamond, but the c...

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  • More Evacuations For Bear Fire In Santa Cruz Mountains
More Evacuations For Bear Fire In Santa Cruz Mountains

Another firefighter suffered smoke inhalation injuries, Bernheisel said. What: Around 150 homes evacuated due to the Bear Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains. "We'd like to have more but we'll take what we can get", Sherman said. She said Cal Fire officials hope to attack the fire with aircraft at sunrise.

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  • Bannon Admits That Trump Ended Obamacare Subsidies To Blow Up The Program
Bannon Admits That Trump Ended Obamacare Subsidies To Blow Up The Program

Cutting off the subsidies would destabilize the healthcare market; NY insurance plans alone would take a hit of millions of dollars in money that had previously been budgeted, and insurance rates will rise for New Yorkers. Trump has called the subsidies "bailouts" for insurance companies. Some House Republicans endorsed bipartisan fixes endorsed by...

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  • Two Chinese nationals charged with selling fentanyl to USA suppliers
Two Chinese nationals charged with selling fentanyl to USA suppliers

Of the estimated 64,000 drug overdose deaths in 2016, 20,000 are blamed on fentanyl, a synthetic opioid. Two men imprisoned in Canada are accused of playing a leadership role from behind bars in what American authorities are calling one of the world's most prolific fentanyl-trafficking and money-laundering operations.

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  • 'Gatland's Law' scrapped: Rhys Webb told he won't play for Wales
'Gatland's Law' scrapped: Rhys Webb told he won't play for Wales

Until now, players based outside Wales required one of four wildcard picks to represent their country under the so-called "Gatland's Law". The decision makers of Wales rugby have changed its senior worldwide selection policy for players. "The best thing for Welsh rugby and for the union to support the regions is to try and keep the best players i...

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  • Anthony Scaramucci encourages Holocaust denial with baffling Twitter poll
Anthony Scaramucci encourages Holocaust denial with baffling Twitter poll

For some reason, it was decided that it would be a good idea to send out a Twitter poll asking how many Jews died during the Holocaust. Laifer subsequently Tweeted , "The intent of the poll was to highlight ignorance of the basic facts of the Holocaust".

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  • Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment: North Korea Threatens US Again
Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment: North Korea Threatens US Again

Al Jazeera report that North Korea's deputy United Nations ambassador has issued a warning to the USA about the possibility of a nuclear war , claiming that the situation on the Korean Peninsula "has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment".

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  • USTR's Lighthizer says White House not actively working to withdraw from NAFTA
USTR's Lighthizer says White House not actively working to withdraw from NAFTA

Two sources have told The canadian Press that the request was dropped Sunday evening during negotiations for the new version of the free trade Agreement north american (NAFTA). While getting business and labor on board might sound like an impossible task, "the day will come" that will prove it can be done, he said. A fifth round of negotiations wil...

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  • Russian Federation will release
Russian Federation will release "CryptoRuble"

The minister said once the digital currency or CryptoRuble is issued other cryptocurrency mining will be banned and it will be entirely regulated by the government. Earned differences between the initial purchase price and the sale price will be subject to the very same tax. The Russian government would track all the transactions dealing with...

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  • Racism: Florida Declares State of Emergency over Spencer's Speech
Racism: Florida Declares State of Emergency over Spencer's Speech

Scott signed the Law Enforcement Coordination executive order following a request from Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell in anticipation of the Thursday event. This is Richard Spencer's second attempt to speak at the public university as Spencer's last request was denied by the school administration due to security concerns.

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  • AG Sessions Sends Lawyer to Prosecute Transgender Murder Case in Iowa
AG Sessions Sends Lawyer to Prosecute Transgender Murder Case in Iowa

In a move that surprised some familiar with his record on LGBT rights, Jeff Sessions sent a high-profile hate crimes lawyer to Iowa to assist the prosecution of a man charged with murdering a genderfluid teenager previous year. "This is just one example of the attorney general's commitment to enforcing the laws enacted by Congress and to protecti...

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  • Malta blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia killed in auto bomb attack
Malta blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia killed in auto bomb attack

She also wrote a blog called Running Commentary , which was followed by many in Malta . Caruana Galizia, 53, was highlighted by politics website Politico as one of 28 individuals who would have a major impact on Europe in 2017 after her work in exposing corruption within Malta's political scene.

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