• 'You're a very rude person'
'You're a very rude person'

Acosta asked, after informing the president that the caravan was not an invasion but rather "a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the U.S". The migrants still have a long trip ahead before they actually reach the United States, but they have declared their intentions of entering the country.

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  • 'El Chapo' Trial Set to Begin in NY
'El Chapo' Trial Set to Begin in NY

Previously, a federal judge said in light of the history of violence surrounding the cartel which El Chapo allegedly ran and the high-profile nature of the case, he has granted jurors anonymity in the trial. Identities of the 12 selected jurors and six alternates will remain anonymous and they will be escorted to and from the courthouse every day...

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  • Ted Cruz Defeats Beto O’Rourke in TX Senate Race
Ted Cruz Defeats Beto O’Rourke in TX Senate Race

But will it be enough to upset - or even stay close to - incumbent Republican Ted Cruz in a state as deeply conservative as Texas? But Triumph seemed ready for the remark and hit Cruz with one parting shot. When asked why she chose to support O'Rourke at the polls, Aguirre told the reporter, "Because he represents everything that Donald Trum...

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  • Theresa May ‘strikes secret Brexit deal over customs union’
Theresa May ‘strikes secret Brexit deal over customs union’

The Sunday Times reported that preparations for a final deal were far more advanced than previously disclosed and could pave the way for a special UK/EU summit later this month and a possible vote in Parliament in December. "This is the backstop", he added, saying the United Kingdom had agreed that it would apply "unless and until" a close future ...

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  • Turkey to Probe Reports About Khashoggi Body Possibly Dissolved in Acid - VP
Turkey to Probe Reports About Khashoggi Body Possibly Dissolved in Acid - VP

Turkey's Vice-President Fuat Oktay told state-run Anadolu Agency that such reports needed to be investigated. A week later Saudi Arabia said the evidence compiled by Turkish investigators actually showed his killing had been "premeditated".

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  • Obama calls troop deployment a 'political stunt' at Florida rally
Obama calls troop deployment a 'political stunt' at Florida rally

Before voters go to the polls Tuesday, here's one last look at the candidates. Gillum's four-point advantage falls within the margin of error. Bill Nelson and gubernatorial candidate and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum . DeSantis, Gillum's Republican opponent in the governor's race, has repeatedly criticized Tallahassee's crime rate in his c...

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  • Girl Scouts CEO says hearts 'broken' over crash
Girl Scouts CEO says hearts 'broken' over crash

Daniel Sokup says the pickup crossed a lane Saturday morning and veered into a roadside ditch, striking the victims. A fourth girl struck by the pickup was in critical condition Saturday evening. One girl survived and was in critical condition Saturday night. Anyone who may have witnessed the accident is asked to contact the Lake Hallie Police De...

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  • USA charges Chinese, Taiwan firms for stealing secrets from Micron
USA charges Chinese, Taiwan firms for stealing secrets from Micron

They are accused of conspiring to steal technology from Micron Technology, an Idaho-based chipmaker that does extensive business in Asia. The charges against Taiwan-based United Microelectronics Corp, China state-owned Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit, Co, Ltd, and three individuals mark the fourth case brought since September as part of a broade...

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  • Trump reverses claim that U.S. would shoot rock-throwing migrants
Trump reverses claim that U.S. would shoot rock-throwing migrants

I told them to consider it a rifle. Gov. Miguel Angel Yunes announced Friday evening that authorities in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz would be providing not only humanitarian assistance to the migrants but buses to leapfrog them to the country's capital, three weeks after the migrants began their grueling journey.

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  • Voting issues mark final stretch of Georgia governor’s race
Voting issues mark final stretch of Georgia governor’s race

The ruling by Eleanor Ross, the USA district judge for the northern district of Georgia , affects more than 3,000 people whose voter registrations were put on hold over possible citizenship issues. "I've earned the right to think for myself and to vote for myself, and that's why I am a registered independent". Kemp's office said those issues inv...

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  • Jho Low contacted Mahathir's adviser last week to seek immunity
Jho Low contacted Mahathir's adviser last week to seek immunity

It was not immediately clear who is representing Ng. Yesterday, Reuters reported a three-count criminal indictment was unsealed in federal court in the Eastern District of NY charging Low Taek Jho, also known as "Jho Low," and Roger Ng with conspiring to launder billions of dollars embezzled from 1MDB funds and for conspiring to violate the...

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  • Trump called racist AGAIN after tweeting campaign video featuring Mexican cop killer
Trump called racist AGAIN after tweeting campaign video featuring Mexican cop killer

It includes scenes of a migrant caravan moving toward the United States, warning ominously, "Who else would Democrats let in?" and suggesting that more violence would soon penetrate the border. The ad, which was financed by supporters of Bush's campaign focused on Horton, a convicted murderer, who was released on a weekend furlough program (which...

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  • Turkey Says Khashoggi Strangled in Consulate as International Fallout Continues
Turkey Says Khashoggi Strangled in Consulate as International Fallout Continues

The administration has remained adamant that Khashoggi's death will not jeopardise a $110bn arms deal with Saudi Arabia that was approved last May. And even though Riyadh already confirmed that the journalist was indeed killed and his body 'disappeared, ' the United States administration is still trying to determine individual figures it could blam...

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  • Donald Trump Responds to Oprah: Democrat Candidate for Georgia Governor 'Not Qualified'
Donald Trump Responds to Oprah: Democrat Candidate for Georgia Governor 'Not Qualified'

I am here today because I know you know that. I don't wanna go in those waters, ' she said, shaking her head and waving her finger. "I am here today because of the men and because of the women who were lynched, who were humiliated, who were discriminated against, who were suppressed, who were repressed and oppressed...

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  • Over 5200 USA troops heading to Mexico border
Over 5200 USA troops heading to Mexico border

In private, Homeland Security officials acknowledge they were alarmed by scenes of migrants breaking through a gate at Guatemala's border with Mexico last week. Trump denied his focus on the caravan is meant to help Republicans in next week's midterms, saying, "This has nothing to do with elections". Eight hundred troops already are on their ...

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  • Trump says border troops could hit 15,000, doubling Pentagon's number
Trump says border troops could hit 15,000, doubling Pentagon's number

Earlier Wednesday, Trump vowed to push forward with his call to end birthright citizenship , despite a backlash from legal scholars and some prominent members of his own party against his pledge a day earlier to take executive action on the matter.

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  • Brazilian presidential election won by reformer Jair Bolsonaro
Brazilian presidential election won by reformer Jair Bolsonaro

He has also promised to cut environmental regulations and make Brazil friendlier to global investors. His schedule includes meetings with deeply unpopular outgoing President Michel Temer, as well as the chief justice of the Supreme Court and the army chief of staff.

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  • Saudi king, prince meet with members of slain journalist's family
Saudi king, prince meet with members of slain journalist's family

Pompeo briefed reporters Tuesday, after meeting with Saudi and Turkish officials in the wake of the death of Khashoggi. "And they should be in big trouble", he concluded. Saudi Arabia's announcement came after the US' CIA Director Gina Haspel heard audio recordings purportedly of Khashoggi's interrogation and murder while she was in Turkey...

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  • PM meets Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, to discuss regional security, defence ties
PM meets Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, to discuss regional security, defence ties

Modi, who was on a two-day visit to Japan, and Abe held wide-ranging talks during which they agreed to deepen economic and security cooperation, including the start of a 2+2 dialogue between the defence and foreign ministers. Modi and Abe reviewed progress on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail project, developed in collaboration with Japan, and t...

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  • Saudis vow 'full' probe of Khashoggi murder, USA defence secretary says
Saudis vow 'full' probe of Khashoggi murder, USA defence secretary says

Turkish officials have concluded a team of 15 Saudi agents was involved in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Arabia Consulate (pictured) in Istanbul. As public uproar mounted, Saudi Arabia's leadership arrested 18 suspects, fired five top officials and announced a reorganization of the nation's intelligence agency.

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  • President Trump Punches Back Even as Synagogue Mourns
President Trump Punches Back Even as Synagogue Mourns

Sanders told reporters that people should place the responsibility for the two attacks on the individuals responsible. "Wrong! I said that the " Fake News (Media) is the Enemy of the People", a very big difference", he tweeted. The group said Trump's rhetoric had not only led to attacks on Jewish people, but also "deliberately undermined the safet...

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  • Suspicious package headed to CNN’s Atlanta headquarters intercepted
Suspicious package headed to CNN’s Atlanta headquarters intercepted

Another package, addressed to former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper - who serves as an analyst for CNN - was also found , Fox News noted . This is the second suspicious package addressed to the media company in less than a week. CNN President Jeff Zucker says all mail to CNN has been screened offsite since last week, when a s...

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  • Shooting at North Carolina high school: One student dead, another in custody
Shooting at North Carolina high school: One student dead, another in custody

According to police, another student is in custody and the scene is now secured. Superintendent Clayton Wilcox said the shooting may have been related to bullying. Tyrrell said the resource officer encountered the victim, tried to give aid and called for a school lockdown. "We will review procedures and security plans and perhaps will do things ...

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  • German SPD leader gives Merkel an ultimatum after state vote losses
German SPD leader gives Merkel an ultimatum after state vote losses

Voters in a regional election in the prosperous state of Hesse deserted in droves both Merkel's Christian Democrats and the junior partner in her Berlin government, the Social Democrats (SPD). AfD leader Joerg Meuthen hailed Merkel's planned departure as "good news". Merkel's CDU came first in Sunday's election in the western state of Hesse but...

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  • Afghans risk their lives to vote in delayed Kandahar poll
Afghans risk their lives to vote in delayed Kandahar poll

The voting in Kandahar Province was initially postponed a week and rescheduled for October 27 in the southern Afghan province after a high-profile attack by Taliban militants. More than half a million people - the vast majority of them men - were registered to vote in Kandahar province where more than 100 candidates competed for 11 lower-ho...

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  • US Muslims raise over $100000 for synagogue victims
US Muslims raise over $100000 for synagogue victims

PITTSBURGH - All 11 victims of the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh have been identified and their families notified, authorities said Sunday. On Sunday, US authorities released the names of the 11 victims killed by suspected gunman Robert Bowers , including a husband and wife couple, and two brothers.

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  • Leicester City players mourn owner killed in helicopter crash
Leicester City players mourn owner killed in helicopter crash

Leicester City fans and supporters have returned to the scene of the fiery helicopter crash to pay their respects. Little was known about Vichai, owner of the King Power duty free retail empire, who opened his first shop in 1989 and by 2006 had been given a multi dollar monopoly over the main Thai airports.

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  • U.S. has invited Putin to Washington, says Trump adviser Bolton
U.S. has invited Putin to Washington, says Trump adviser Bolton

It was not immediately clear whether Putin had accepted the invitation. Speaking during a visit to the ex-Soviet nation of Georgia, he added that no date has been set. The Russian president said he wanted to discuss the issue with his American counterpart when they attend a November 11 event in Paris commemorating the centenary of the end of Worl...

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  • The father of Meghan Markle intends to sue the Royal family
The father of Meghan Markle intends to sue the Royal family

Salome Tesi, who was stationed at the first stall the royals came to in the market, said the couple had been interested to see a display of tree-like black coral on the table but politely declined to take away a carved necklace in the shape of a turtle.

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  • Merkel to give up CDU chair after 18 years: Party source
Merkel to give up CDU chair after 18 years: Party source

The news followed a poor result in the Hesse state election yesterday, where both Ms Merkel's CDU and its partners in national government, the Social Democrats , lost ground. A senior CDU member told Reuters that party leaders wanted to discuss the possibility of Merkel reversing her decision to seek re-election as party chairwoman in December.

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  • Turkey wants 18 Saudis extradited over Khashoggi murder
Turkey wants 18 Saudis extradited over Khashoggi murder

Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman then denounced the "heinous crime", and the nation's public prosecutor then conceded the murder was "premeditated". Saudi Arabia's slow shift to reveal more details about the killing also reflects the kingdom's acknowledgement that the killing could have a serious diplomatic, and possibly economic impact.

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  • CNN President Jeff Zucker rips Trump, Sarah Sanders after explosive device received
CNN President Jeff Zucker rips Trump, Sarah Sanders after explosive device received

Police say an envelope containing a live explosive and "some kind" of white powder was sent to the network's headquarters at the Time Warner Center in midtown Manhattan forcing an evacuation. Sanders defended the president by saying he has condemned violence in all forms since day one and will continue to do so. No, he said, Trump is not "a liar"...

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  • Trump denies that China, Russia monitor his personal cellphone calls
Trump denies that China, Russia monitor his personal cellphone calls

Reacting to the report , Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying in Beijing said "certain people in the U.S. are sparing no efforts to win the best screenplay award at the Oscars". Lastly, Hua recommended "they should stop using any modern communication equipment and cut off contact with the outside" if they want to ensure absolute s...

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  • Supreme Court sensational order on CBI
Supreme Court sensational order on CBI

He told the Supreme Court that "the details of many cases which have led to the present circumstances are extremely sensitive" and demanded that the agency be insulated from government's interference. Reiterating his allegations against the prime minister on the Rafale fighter jet deal, Gandhi again called him "chowkidar" and said he had "deposit...

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  • Netanyahu, Israeli officials make one-day visit to Sultan Qaboos in Oman
Netanyahu, Israeli officials make one-day visit to Sultan Qaboos in Oman

Netanyahu and his wife were joined on the trip by the head of Mossad, Israel's intelligence agency, his foreign ministry director, and other defense officials. Although it is a member of the Saudi-led six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council, it did not join the kingdom in its boycott of Qatar or the war in Yemen.

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  • Black Widows Plus Blow Torch Equals House Fire in Fresno
Black Widows Plus Blow Torch Equals House Fire in Fresno

A man has accidentally burnt down his parent's home after using a blowtorch to kill spiders. Firefighters have not determined the exact cause of the fire, but it was assumed to be caused by the blowtorch. The Fresno man was housesitting for his parents when he found black widows, ABC 30 reported. Robert Castillo of the Fresno Fire Department ...

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  • White man shoots two black customers at Kentucky grocery, police say
White man shoots two black customers at Kentucky grocery, police say

The Jeffersontown Police Department issued a statement Thursday afternoon indicating that it is working in concert with the Louisville Metro Police Department, FBI and ATF to investigate the double murder and "determine any possible motive behind the suspect's actions".

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  • Second Suspicious Package Sent To Fmr. VP Joe Biden
Second Suspicious Package Sent To Fmr. VP Joe Biden

All the packages were removed, and there were no reports of injuries. Tom Steyer, a major Democratic donor, also said Friday that a suspicious package mailed to him was intercepted in California, but this was not among the 13 listed in the federal complaint.

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  • CIA’s Haspel listened to recording of Saudi writer’s alleged killing
CIA’s Haspel listened to recording of Saudi writer’s alleged killing

The CIA's Haspel heard an audio recording of Khashoggi's death during a trip to Turkey this week, sources told Reuters. At a conference in Riyadh on Wednesday, the crown prince said the killing was a "heinous crime that can not be justified" and warned against any efforts to "manipulate" the crisis and drive a wedge between Saudi Arabia ...

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  • Sri Lanka crisis deepens as PM Wickremesinghe resists sacking
Sri Lanka crisis deepens as PM Wickremesinghe resists sacking

Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena on Saturday suspended parliament, deepening political turmoil after he sacked the country's prime minister. Since his rushed swearing in, Rajapakse is yet to announce the formation of a Cabinet - which under the Constitution is automatically dissolved when a prime minister is removed.

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