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Josef Schuster, the president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, said that his worst fears had come true: "A party that tolerates far-right views in its ranks and incites hate against minorities in our country is today not only in nearly all state parliaments but also represented in the Bundestag".
  • Trump's Twitter Use Increasing Threat Of War With North Korea

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    If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man (North Korean leader Kim Jong-un), they won't be around much longer!" But on Saturday, he went a step further and posted a tweet that North Korea considered a declaration of war . The company also said it is "committed to transparency and keeping people informed about what's happening in the world". We continue to seek a peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
  • Reward offered to locate alleged shooter of Limerick woman

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    The victim later told detectives she was inside her home speaking with her daughter when the front doorbell rang and when she answered she found Feldman standing on her doorstep. After twice shooting the victim, Feldman allegedly tried to fire several more shots that misfired. Police say Feldman took the victim's cellphone and left.
  • Ralph Northam, Democrat, is leading in Virginia governor's race

    Ralph Northam, Democrat, is leading in Virginia governor's race

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    Libertarian Cliff Hyra notches 4 percent among the likely voters, with another 8 percent undecided. The survey indicates strong support for Northam in Hampton Roads and Northern Virginia. One-third of voters polled said education is the most important issue the next governor should address. Gillespie voters also ranked tax cuts as a high priority, while Northam voters ranked Medicaid expansion and coastal flooding and sea level rise as high priorities.
  • Calamos Global Total Return Fun (NASDAQ:CGO) Sees Significantly Lower Trading Volume

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    The next couple of weeks may be the flawless time for investors to put the pedal down and try to develop a strategy that will beat the market over the next quarter. Active investors may choose to use this technical indicator as a stock evaluation tool. The Fund is an enhanced fixed income offering that seeks total return through a combination of capital appreciation and current income.
  • Bengaluru: 17-year-old NCC cadet drowns as friends click selfie

    Bengaluru: 17-year-old NCC cadet drowns as friends click selfie

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    The deceased has been identified as G. Vishwas, a student of National College in Jayanagar. One of the students said that after they were done with swimming, they all left for Gundanjanyega temple. On Sunday morning, they set out on a trek to a hill in Ravugodlu. The police are yet to question the rest of the boys who were present at the picnic spot as they were in shock.
  • Over 70% of Voters Cast Ballots in Iraqi Kurdistan's Independence Vote

    Over 70% of Voters Cast Ballots in Iraqi Kurdistan's Independence Vote

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    Those territories run from northwest Iraq across the country to the Iranian border on the east - including the oil-rich city of Kirkuk . "We are registering them on a daily basis and ready to register them through September 24", he said, explaining it was unexpected for this number of internationals to come and observe the referendum process.
  • Groom jumps into river to save drowning boy

    Groom jumps into river to save drowning boy

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    Since then, the images have gone viral. Hatt managed to snap two shots of Clayton Cook returning the boy to land. Darren Hatt , the wedding photographer said it was the bride who first noticed the boy, as she was the only one facing the river.
  • Trump Is Never Getting Banned From Twitter

    Trump Is Never Getting Banned From Twitter

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    Over the weekend, Trump tweeted a message about North Korea and dictator Kim Jong-un that included a thinly veiled threat. Regarding who or what country might "last longer", the North Korean official added, "We will see when the time comes".
  • Shooting outside presidential residence in Manila, Rodrigo Duterte safe

    Shooting outside presidential residence in Manila, Rodrigo Duterte safe

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    He added the gun used was the officer's own.45 caliber pistol. PSG Spokesperson Mike Aquino confirmed the incident to CNN Philippines. He spent the weekend in Davao City and was not seen in public on Monday. At a press briefing at around noon on Tuesday, Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella said the incident is still under investigation. Meanwhile, President Duterte was not at his residence at the time of the incident.
  • What North Korea wants from the US

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    The U.S. military had also said that it revealed the flight path of the B-1Bs because the North appeared not to know the trajectory. The Assembly's intelligence committee chief also said, citing the NIS's report, that the North is being cautious not to cause any accidental military clash along the tense land border, and that it has directed its armed forces to "report first before taking any military measures".
  • Keep the Iran Deal

    Keep the Iran Deal

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    German Ambassador Peter Wittig said anyone advocating walking away should consider "larger issues", including an increased danger Iran would resume enrichment, danger of a nuclear arms race in an unstable region and impact on global nonproliferation efforts.
  • North Korea's Foreign Minister Says Trump has 'Declared War' on His Country

    North Korea's Foreign Minister Says Trump has 'Declared War' on His Country

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    White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders holds the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S. September 25, 2017. North Korea's top diplomat, foreign minister Ri Yong Ho, responded to that at the United Nations, telling reporters it was a declaration of war against his country by the United States, and that the North had the right to shoot down USA warplanes in global airspace.
  • Bali's rumbling volcano spurs travel warnings from Australia, Singapore

    Bali's rumbling volcano spurs travel warnings from Australia, Singapore

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    Mount Agung volcano on Indonesia's Bali island has reached a critical stage with nearly 500 tremors recorded per day, local media reported Tuesday, citing Indonesia's National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB). More than 57,000 people living near the mountain have been evacuated from their homes, and the area is under the highest level volcano alert . The airport in Bali's capital Denpasar, through which millions of foreign tourists pass every year, has not been affected, but several ...
  • Venezuela Added to President Donald Trump's New Travel Bans

    Venezuela Added to President Donald Trump's New Travel Bans

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    In July, the US government warned a longer list of countries that they didn't pass muster, giving them 50 days to improve to avoid going on the travel restrictions list. They were designated because they have either not met higher screening and information sharing requirements "or present sufficient risk factors", according to the White House.
  • Three Israelis killed in shooting at West Bank crossing

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    Israel Border Police officers were on a morning patrol at the time in the settlement and neutralized the terrorist. He then pulled out a gun and opened fire on the victims. Entrance to Har Adar following the terror attack. Since September 2015, Palestinians have killed 48 Israelis, two visiting Americans and a British tourist in stabbings, shooting and car-ramming attacks.
  • Defying Trump, Iran says will boost missile capabilities

    Defying Trump, Iran says will boost missile capabilities

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    Rouhani's statement came days after the United States president, Donald Trump , called Iran a " murderous regime " and " corrupt dictatorship " during his speech to the UN General Assembly. Iran denies that its missile development breaches the resolution and says its missiles are not created to carry nuclear weapons. Worldwide experts are nearly unanimous in their opinion that Iran is abiding by the pact that saw Tehran agree to limit its nuclear program, which the West believed ...
  • Top North Korea officials denounce Trump as 'crazed hoodlum'

    Top North Korea officials denounce Trump as 'crazed hoodlum'

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    During Iran's war with Iraq in the 1980s, it turned to North Korea as one of the only sources of military assistance, importing a stockpile of Nodong missiles. Iranian officials have argued that the measure only applies to missiles specifically created to carry nuclear warheads. Tehran had announced earlier on Saturday that he had tested "successfully" his new missile Khoramshahr, with a range of 2000 kilometers.
  • Philippines rejects report on extrajudicial killings

    Philippines rejects report on extrajudicial killings

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    Speaking in New York City at the U. N. General Assembly on, Sept 24. He added that the country "will remain resolute in its respect for and protection of human rights as it strives to improve the lives and welfare of each and every Filipino by protecting them from the scourges of drugs and criminality".
  • Iran, working with North Korea, shows off long-range ballistic missile

    Iran, working with North Korea, shows off long-range ballistic missile

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    Iran has repeatedly insisted that its military capabilities are exclusively aimed for defence purposes, on the contrary the United States claims that Iran's missile tests and rocket launches violate UN Resolution 2231, which was adopted during the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany.