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He's fired!'" Trump said. We believe there is nothing more American than our citizens having the right to express themselves freely on matters important to them. Clemson visited the White House this year after winning the College Football Playoff, some members of the New England Patriots went after the Super Bowl victory and the Chicago Cubs went to the Oval Office in June to commemorate their World Series title.
  • Iran unveils a ballistic missile with range of 2000km

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    Iran said on Saturday that it had successfully tested a new medium-range missile in defiance of warnings from Washington that such activities were grounds for abandoning their landmark nuclear deal. "Not much of an agreement we have!" Friday's parade and missile display come days after Iran was called out in a speech by President Trump at the United Nations General Assembly, in which he called the nuclear deal with Iran "one of the worst and one-sided transactions" the USA has ever conducted.
  • Dolphins DT Jordan Phillips (ankle) inactive for Jets game

    Dolphins DT Jordan Phillips (ankle) inactive for Jets game

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    Everything else during the 20-6 loss qualifies as a low. Jeremy Kerley is back but has only three catches for 14 yards in two games. However, on Sunday, the offense wasn't close to anything. Miami's offense is stacked with talent and had high expectations facing a Jets defense that allowed the most points (66) in the National Football League after two games and 45 points a week ago.
  • Trump insists Mnuchin didn't take $25K private flight

    Trump insists Mnuchin didn't take $25K private flight

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    Rex Ryan, former coach of the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets, expressed dismay at Trump's comments while speaking on ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown. So, the National Football League is picking and choosing what they want to enforce". Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, first drew national attention a year ago when he declined to to stand during "The Star-Spangled Banner" before games.
  • Iran snubs Trump with ballistic missile test

    Iran snubs Trump with ballistic missile test

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    Iranian officials say the missile can carry several warheads. This comes as Iran said it will strengthen its missile capabilities and not seek any country's permission to perform terrifying tests. He further added that despite the desire of the country's enemies, Iran will continue to back its allies in Syria, Yemen and Palestine. Trump claimed the country supports terror organisations.
  • Hurricane Maria could cause unsafe currents along United States coast

    Hurricane Maria could cause unsafe currents along United States coast

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    Dare County officials are asking residents and visitors to stay informed and prepare for tropical storm conditions starting as early as Tuesday. The Atlantic hurricane season will end on November 30. Harvey dumped over 4 feet of rain on Houston and the surrounding areas, making the storm the worst rainfall disaster in USA history. How far to the west Maria wanders next week will determine how close the hurricane gets to the East Coast.
  • McCain will not support proposal to repeal Obamacare

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    Paul said he would vote against the measure, leaving the future of the bill in doubt. One other Republican senator - Rand Paul - is also against the party's latest bill. Republicans hoped that Ducey's support would help convince McCain to support the bill. Collins said she had a lengthy conversation Saturday with Vice President Mike Pence , who she said urged her "to think more thoroughly about some issues".
  • Trump administration announces new travel ban

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    Citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen remain banned from entering the United States under Trump's controversial policy . The new restrictions take effect October 18 and apply to foreign nationals from countries the administration says have refused to share information on terrorism, among other issues, with the USA government.
  • Brisbane factory fire spews toxic smoke

    Brisbane factory fire spews toxic smoke

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    Police have established an exclusion zone surrounding the fire. Police have restricted access to this area, after a huge fire in a plastics factory in Virginia, in Brisbane's northern suburbs. More than 20 Queensland Fire and Emergency Services crews are now at the scene trying to control the blaze. A massive fireball was visible from blocks away and the thick black smoke filled the air across the neighbourhood.
  • La pericia de Gendarmería determinó que a Alberto Nisman lo mataron

    La pericia de Gendarmería determinó que a Alberto Nisman lo mataron

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    A los investigadores les llamó sumamente la atención la cantidad de comunicaciones telefónicas -infrecuentes por la época- que se registraron el domingo 18 de enero de 2015, a las 9 de la mañana. La ketamina aumenta la presión sanguínea y el ritmo cardíaco, lo que favorece la proyección de la mancha tras el disparo. El peritaje indica que luego del disparo uno de los asesinos acomodó el cadáver para que pareciera un suicidio y el otro acomodó la pistola 22 Bersa.
  • Jared Kushner used private email account for White House matters

    Jared Kushner used private email account for White House matters

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    President Trump has repeatedly hammered Hillary Clinton for using a private email server to conduct government business during her time as secretary of state. But Trump partisans have shown again and again that the administration's hypocrisy matters little to them, and the people who bray "lock her up" at the president's rallies are unlikely to care that Kushner and his coworkers may have violated the Presidential Records Act.
  • Mexico city: a new quake of magnitude 6.1 has struck southern Mexico

    Mexico city: a new quake of magnitude 6.1 has struck southern Mexico

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    On Day 4 of the search for survivors of the 7.1-magnitude quake that brought down the seven-floor office building and many others, killing at least 293 people, hope rose and fell on the small things. The U.S. Geological Survey said the new temblor, which hit just before 8 a.m. local time with a magnitude of 6.1, was centered about 325 miles southeast of Mexico City in the state of Oaxaca, the region that took the brunt of the magnitude 8.1 quake on September 7.
  • Second Mexico natural disaster threatens to interfere with recovery efforts

    Second Mexico natural disaster threatens to interfere with recovery efforts

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    Tuesday's quake left at least 305 dead. Families have been camped out for days at the site of collapsed apartment and office buildings awaiting word on missing loved ones and holding out hope they may still be found alive. The new quake did not do much more damage to Mexico City, which saw the most deaths from last week's magnitude 7.1 tremblor, Mator Miguel Angel Mancera said.
  • Theresa May needs to give more detail, European Union demands

    Theresa May needs to give more detail, European Union demands

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    May's speech. But he also said Mrs. In a lengthy statement, the bloc's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier , praised the speech for showing "constructive spirit" and "willingness to move forward" but "must be translated into a precise negotiating position" to make real progress.
  • Axar returns for last two ODIs

    Axar returns for last two ODIs

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    Rohit Sharma (vice-captain), K.L. Rahul, Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, Ajinkya Rahane, M.S. Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Axar Patel . Axar Patel who had suffered an ankle injury right ahead of the opening match in Chennai was replaced by the senior-pro Ravindra Jadeja who was otherwise rested for the series.
  • Trump bank ban statement 'not consistent' with facts, says China

    Trump bank ban statement 'not consistent' with facts, says China

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    Searches for the term spiked in the wake of Kim's address, according to dictionary Merriam-Webster, which defines the term as referring to "a state or period of senile decay marked by decline of mental poise". In a rare statement by a leader of North Korea , Kim on Friday vowed to take countermeasures against the United States over Trump's threats regarding Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programmes.
  • U.S. bombers, fighters, stage show of force off North Korean coast

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    The CENC said the epicenter was at 41.36 degrees north latitude and 129.06 degrees east latitude, similar to another quake on September 3 after the North Korean nuclear test that day. Tens of thousands of North Koreans gathered in Pyongyang today to applaud the regime's stance, their fists clenched as speakers repeated Kim's denigration of Trump as a "dotard".
  • Earthquake Detected In North Korea Amid Fears Of New Nuclear Test

    Earthquake Detected In North Korea Amid Fears Of New Nuclear Test

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    A shallow 3.5-magnitude quake was detected near North Korea's nuclear test site yesterday, sparking concerns that the regime might have conducted another nuclear test. "A likely explanation of the signals is an aftershock or rock failure resulting from the previous large underground nuclear test carried out on September 3", the agency said.