• White nationalists: Charlottesville just a beginning, more rallies planned

    White nationalists: Charlottesville just a beginning, more rallies planned

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    McAuliffe told the white supremacist marchers to "go home and never come back", during a news conference in which he said he spoke to President Donald Trump and impressed upon him the need to end hate speech by the country's leaders. Ramsey, who headed both the District and Philadelphia police departments. Sen. Tim Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate, said that while he appreciated Trump's statement Monday, it would have made more of an impact if he'd said it on Saturday.
  • S. Korea, US defense chiefs speak about NK by phone

    S. Korea, US defense chiefs speak about NK by phone

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    The US President Donald Trump has offered fiery warnings to North Korea, saying that the US military was "locked and loaded". "Moon's speech speaks to his frustration, and his nation's wider frustration-and that is the perennial problem that they are not masters of their own destiny when it comes to North Korean geopolitics", said Euan Graham, a director at the Lowy Institute for International Policy in Sydney, Australia.
  • United States and China Agree to Better Lines of Communication

    United States and China Agree to Better Lines of Communication

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    It was the first time in 10 years that a top US military official has visited a command post of the Chinese armed forces along the border, which will be the first to be deployed in an emergency on the Korean Peninsula. "General Dunford delivered a clear message that North Korean ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs threaten the entire global community, including China, Russia, the United States and our allies", said U.S.
  • Russian ex-minister on trial lays the blame on Putin ally

    Russian ex-minister on trial lays the blame on Putin ally

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    Following his arrest, Ulyukayev was swiftly dismissed from his position by Putin. The enormity of the alleged events and the actors of this case, with on one side a minister in the technocrat bit charismatic and the other a corporate semi-public very powerful, had caused surprise and misunderstanding among the liberal branch of the Russian authorities, from whom he was close.
  • NIA team raids businessmen suspected of financing terrorism in Kashmir

    NIA team raids businessmen suspected of financing terrorism in Kashmir

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    The fresh operation was a follow-up search by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the Kashmir terror funding case that has already led to the arrest of eight separatist leaders for their alleged involvement in giving money received from Pakistan to overground workers of the Hizbul Mujahideen and Lashkar-e-Taiba militant outfits to fuel unrest in the valley.
  • Lebanon repeals 'marry the rapist' law

    Lebanon repeals 'marry the rapist' law

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    In a statement, Abaad said it was pleased to see rape laws in the Middle East and North Africa region falling one by one. The rule remains in power in several countries such as Iraq, Algeria, Syria, and the Philippines. But Kafa, another local rights group, said it was only a "partial victory". Soon after, Parliament promised to scrap the article. Earlier in August, Jordan's parliament repealed a similar law.
  • Pence in South America:

    Pence in South America: "A Failed Venezuela Threatens Security"

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    Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday skirted questions about President Donald Trump's comments voicing sympathy for Charlottesville protesters, but said he stands with the president nonetheless. Speaking on BBC Radio 4 this morning, he said: "I think it would send a very strong message". TAMARA KEITH, BYLINE: The message is basically, I'm here on behalf of President Trump .
  • Funeral of Heather Heyer, who died in Charlottesville attack

    Funeral of Heather Heyer, who died in Charlottesville attack

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    One protestor, Heather Heyer , lost her life in the violence after a auto sped into the crowd. "I think that's what the Lord wants us to do". So here's what I want to happen. "She believed very strongly in speaking up for the rights of others". Trump was slammed over the weekend for not immediately condemning white nationalists or white supremacists by name in his initial reaction, but his statements Monday were more forceful.
  • Heather Heyer Memorial: Mourners honor woman killed at Virginia rally

    Heather Heyer Memorial: Mourners honor woman killed at Virginia rally

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    Bro says it was frustrating at times to have a child who refused to accept things as they were, or as her parents told her they were. "But guess what? You just magnified her". "I was overwhelmed at the rainbow of colors in this room". That's how Heather was. "My child's famous Facebook post was, 'If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention, '" she said .
  • Dolly Parton will release her first children's album this fall

    Dolly Parton will release her first children's album this fall

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    Dolly Parton unveiled her new children's album Tuesday afternoon in Nashville, called " I Believe in You ". If you haven't been keeping tabs on Parton (where have you been?), allow us to fill you in. I am very excited that now I'm coming out with my first children's album! Also, all proceeds are going to Parton's charity, Imagination Library, which mails free books every month to over a million children.
  • Watch Seth Meyers' Devastating Attack on Trump's Response to Charlottesville

    Watch Seth Meyers' Devastating Attack on Trump's Response to Charlottesville

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    The late-night hosts each took a swipe at President Trump's unhinged press conference Tuesday afternoon, displaying their most honest contempt yet for the commander in chief. We can't keep up with it. Things come out of nowhere! You can see the responses from Kimmel , Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert below. "Next time, like that.but with Nazis".
  • Kim Jong-un made a 'very wise' decision

    Kim Jong-un made a 'very wise' decision

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    In effect, this Chinese policy was thought to reduce the possibility of either side starting a disastrous war on the Korean peninsula. CNN reported that USA spy satellites detected a North Korean mobile missile launcher being moved in a way indicating preparations were being made for a possible launch.
  • After injury, Pettersen's Solheim role changes

    After injury, Pettersen's Solheim role changes

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    In her statement, Pettersen said that she arrived in Des Moines on Monday after receiving treatment for a "recurrent slipped disk injury" which occurred in Norway recently. "I felt it was important for me to tee it up or at least give it a try at the British Open, just to be fair to my team-mates and to kind of see where I was at", said Nordqvist.
  • McConnell upset at Trump over latest Charlottesville comments

    McConnell upset at Trump over latest Charlottesville comments

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    John McCain, Sen. Lindsey Graham and House Speaker Paul Ryan have criticized Trump's belated and weak reaction to the Charlottesville violence and his failure to put blame squarely on the white nationalists. She says: "I hope that we will hear more from them". He gave these perceptions about the president during comments towards the Rotary assembly around north Kentucky, stating how Donald Trump does not comprehend the moderate stirring administrative procedure in addition to having ...
  • What to do if your A Level results are not as expected

    What to do if your A Level results are not as expected

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    As a result, it would be wise to use two different phones if you can: I contacted them via the house number, and gave them my mobile number to contact me back, so that they can contact me wherever they are, or if I was busy using the house phone to contact other universities.
  • Mayor Gray expected to ask council to move confederate statues

    Mayor Gray expected to ask council to move confederate statues

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    The confederate plaque was dedicated to Jefferson Davis who led the Confederate States from 1861 to 1865. The Montreal plaque hung on a wall of the HBC store on Union Avenue. "I don't favour statues of Nazi soldiers no matter how bravely any of them may have fought, for obvious reasons, and I would say the same about a Confederate general".
  • Scottish parliament hit in major cyber attack

    Scottish parliament hit in major cyber attack

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    Databases of millions of common passwords and dictionary words for use in a brute force attack are freely available, but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be easy for email systems to detect that someone is attempting to force themselves in.
  • Guam residents feel patriotism but worry grows

    Guam residents feel patriotism but worry grows

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    Among those taken by surprise, they said, was John Kelly, the retired four-star Marine general who has just taken over as White House chief of staff. "It just looks like a lovely place", Mr. "I think Guam is being used as a kind of pawn in this game", said Robert Underwood, president of the University of Guam. "I think escalating the rhetoric is the wrong answer", Merkel added.