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Oct 23 2018

Theresa May has said that 95% of the Brexit deal is done

Officials from both sides will continue talks this week in the hope of a breakthrough after last week's summit where European Union leaders agreed they would try to find ...

Oct 23 2018

Israel delays demolition of Bedouin West Bank village amid reported relocation deal

At a Sunday morning press conference, the prime minister denied he had changed his position vis a vis Khan al-Ahmar, saying the delay was only "for a short period". Tensi...

Oct 23 2018

USA warships sail through Taiwan Strait

The move will likely anger Beijing, which has a territorial claim on Taiwan. "Earlier today, the USS Curtis Wilbur and USS Antietam conducted a routine Taiwan Strait ...

Oct 23 2018

Trump rallies Republicans for "beautiful Ted" Cruz in Texas

Just 15 days before the midterm elections - to the dismay of some Republicans in tighter races - Trump is stumping in this solidly red state to help ensure Cruz fends off...

Oct 23 2018

World’s longest sea bridge to open in China

This figure also includes an underground tunnel which is approximately 4.1 miles (6.7 km) long and allows ships to easily pass over the roadway. It is a key element of Be...

Oct 23 2018

LGBTQ leaders across USA protest federal plan targeting transgender people

It would also set back aspirations for tolerance and equality among the estimated 0.7% of the population that identifies as transgender . The new definitions would state...

Oct 23 2018

Jayme Closs Case: Call Logs from Night of Double-Homicide

According to Barron County Sheriff's Department dispatch records, a 911 call was received from inside the house by Denise Closs' cell phone with only yelling in the backg...

Oct 23 2018

Andrew Gillum, Ron DeSantis release their tax returns

From the beginning of the hour-long debate, it was clear there is little common ground between these two men, each of whom rose from obscurity and the activist wings of t...

Oct 23 2018

Not enough progress has been made on Brexit, EU leaders say

Expectations were low before this week's summit in Brussels, once dubbed a "moment of truth" for Brexit , after a breakdown in talks between the lead negotiators at the ...

Oct 22 2018

Hurricane Michael damages $3 billion in timber

Medical services in the Florida Panhandle are still on life support more than a week after Hurricane Michael. According to the GoFundMe page "by donating, you can be conf...

Oct 22 2018

Caravan a National Emergency, Calls to End US Aid to Countries

In 2014, when tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors and families from Central America overwhelmed US Border Patrol stations, Congress authorised a US$750 million aid ...

Oct 22 2018

Politican who struck reporter 'is my kind of guy'

He paid a $385 fine and completed 40 hours of community service and 20 hours of anger management counselling. The Guardian reporter who was physically assaulted by R...

Oct 22 2018

Nearly 3000 NYPD body cameras pulled after one explodes in police precinct

Luckily, no one was injured when the camera burst into flames. The Vievu model LE-5 camera began smoking while the officer was wearing it on Staten Island. The recall o...

Oct 22 2018

Four earthquakes strike off Canada’s west coast

A strong quake struck west of Canada's Vancouver Island late Sunday. The US Geological Survey said the preliminary 6.6-magnitude quake was 6.8 miles deep, about 135 m...

Oct 22 2018

Trump Administration Moves to Exclude Transgender People from Civil Rights Protections

In contrast, civil rights groups have referenced other court rulings that maintain bias against transgender people is discrimination under Title IX and other laws. Transg...

Oct 22 2018

Migrant caravan re-forms in Mexico, members vow to reach US

In comments to reporters after a rally in Elko, Nevada, on Saturday night, Trump said of Mexico's response: "I just want to say, on behalf of the American public, that ...

Oct 22 2018

Australian government suffers major defeat in Wentworth by-election

At the conclusion of the by-election , where independent Dr Kerryn Phelps claimed victory after a swing of more than 18 per cent, Alex tweeted "my work here is don...

Oct 22 2018

Over half a million people march in London seeking 2nd Brexit vote

It was noted that British Prime Minister Theresa May would take the negotiations on Brexit under her own control. The People's Vote March demonstration surpri...

Oct 22 2018

Monkeys ‘stone’ 72-year-old to death in India

The monkeys threw bricks at his head and chest because of which he was seriously injured and later died in the hospital. Singh's brother Krishnapal said the "monkeys th...

Oct 22 2018

Khashoggi's death crossing USA partisan divide

Jubeir was the first senior Saudi official to speak on the record since the Saudis admitted on Saturday that Khashoggi was dead. Mr.al-Jubeir, appearing Sunday on Fox N...