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It was nailing the sense that President Trump has to be restrained by the cooler, more grown-up people supposedly under his employ or else he poses a danger to himself or others. Faced with worldwide sanctions and the potential threat of armed confrontation with the U.S. Some said Trump's way of speaking, which aimed at drawing attention, does not help national defense.
  • South Korea Says No Sign of North Korean Missile Launch Yet

    South Korea Says No Sign of North Korean Missile Launch Yet

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    The Defense Ministry targets building hundreds of blackout bombs by 2021 and tried to allocate W500 million in next year's defense budget for the project (US$1=W1,147). "We have yet to detect any signs of immediate provocations from North Korea", a South Korean military source said. The strategy is created to detect, identify and intercept incoming missiles in the shortest possible time.
  • Campus on lockdown after shooting reported at Texas Tech police department

    Campus on lockdown after shooting reported at Texas Tech police department

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    Monday night. According to a tweet on the university's Twitter account, the shooter is at large. Lubbock police confirm that a Texas Tech police officer has been shot and killed at Texas Tech Police Headquarters. SWAT team members are now searching for the gunman who is on the loose. Check back and refresh this page for the latest update. This is a developing story.
  • Govt not to drop Muslim, Hindu from AMU, BHU

    Govt not to drop Muslim, Hindu from AMU, BHU

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    A government audit has suggested that the words "Muslim" and "Hindu" be dropped from the names of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU ) and Banaras Hindu University (BHU ) respectively, the Indian Express reported Monday. Meanwhile, faculty members and students at both AMU and BHU objected to UGC's proposal to change the names. "The mandate of the committee is to look into the administrative, academic and research audits of universities".
  • Intensified Mission Indradhanush launched

    Intensified Mission Indradhanush launched

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    Through IMI, the Government of India aims to reach each and every child under two years of age and all those pregnant women who have been left uncovered under the routine immunisation programme. Even in future, he said there would be no official programme on Sundays unless the programme was "extra ordinary important". He said the officers of the department were all engaged and monitoring IMI activities including head count, recording name, date of birth, sex identification and others.
  • Catalan leader faces pressure to abandon secession plan

    Catalan leader faces pressure to abandon secession plan

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    It falls to the government to take the decision and to do so at the right time. "That's the bravest thing that you can do at this moment". The trickle of companies on the move could turn into a flood if uncertainty increases further. Speaking on the French channel CNews, Nathalie Loiseau said that "if there were to be a declaration of independence, it would be unilateral, it wouldn't be recognized".
  • Bannon encouraging Blackwater founder to primary Wyoming senator

    Bannon encouraging Blackwater founder to primary Wyoming senator

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    Over the weekend, Prince traveled to Wyoming with his family to explore ways to establish residency there, said one person who had spoken to him. Bannon is allied with hedgefund executive Robert Mercer and his daughter Rebekah, who are funding primary challengers to take on establishment Republicans, The Post reported.
  • Chance The Rapper Livestreams Chicago Traffic Stop On Instagram

    Chance The Rapper Livestreams Chicago Traffic Stop On Instagram

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    He wanted to stream the incident "in case it gets out of hand", - Chance also noted he had his baby in the auto. "Should be good though". "I have great faith in humanity, in the men and women that put on the badge". Chance was returning from church, he said in the video. Watch the livestream of Chance's encounter with police, below. At another point, he says the viewers can "help me out if it goes sideways", and notes he has his baby in the vehicle.
  • Optimistic May to call for flexibility from European Union in Brexit talks

    Optimistic May to call for flexibility from European Union in Brexit talks

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    She added: "While I believe it is profoundly in all our interests for the negotiations to succeed, it is also our responsibility as a government to prepare for every eventuality, so that is exactly what we are doing". Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, a possible successor should May be forced out and who campaigned hard against Brexit past year, told the BBC the prime minister's critics should "put up, shut up and get off the stage".
  • Nadal overwhelms Kyrgios in Beijing for 75th career title

    Nadal overwhelms Kyrgios in Beijing for 75th career title

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    Since then Nadal has gone on to become one of the greatest players of all time and he underlined his brilliance in swatting aside the agitated Kyrgios. Nadal broke again for 4-0 lead and from there the result was never in doubt, with Kyrgios at least avoiding a second-set bagel. "When I have been in that position (injured), I don't remember the people talking that much about these things", Nadal said after defeating the 26-year-old Dimitrov in their semi-final.
  • Indian Army Troops On UN Mission Thwart Rebels In Congo Post

    Indian Army Troops On UN Mission Thwart Rebels In Congo Post

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    Giving details of the incident, he said around 30 militia men attacked the post in Lubero, which is about 300 km north of Goma. "The injured peacekeepers have been evacuated to Goma for medical assistance", said spokesperson Stéphane Dujarric at the regular news briefing at UN Headquarters, in NY.
  • Status of high stakes Spain-Catalonia standoff

    Status of high stakes Spain-Catalonia standoff

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    He says that includes considering the application of Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution, which would allow the central government to take control of the governance of a region "if the regional government does not comply with the obligations of the Constitution".
  • Malala Yousafzai attends first lecture at Oxford University

    Malala Yousafzai attends first lecture at Oxford University

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    At just 20 years old, Malala Yousafzai is already a Nobel Prize laureate, United Nations Messenger of Peace, and world-renowned human rights activist. Her career as an activist began in early 2009, when she started writing a blog for the BBC about her life under Taliban occupation and promoting education for girls in Pakistan's Swat Valley.
  • Sen. Chris Murphy: Pulling out of Iran deal a 'self-inflicted wound'

    Sen. Chris Murphy: Pulling out of Iran deal a 'self-inflicted wound'

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    President Trump has until Sunday, October 15, to decide whether to certify that it is in the national security interests of the United States to remain in the nuclear deal between world powers and the Islamic Republic of Iran. This may seem unusual, but the Trump Administration has kept Congress at bay telling them not to reimpose sanctions right now, but the Trump team has been working with the French and the British to find a way to create a supplemental agreement where the U.S could ...
  • Mattis: Army 'must stand ready' in face of North Korean threat

    Mattis: Army 'must stand ready' in face of North Korean threat

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    Mattis noted the capabilities of businesses he saw there and recommended "open communication with USA industry". US President Donald Trump said last week that years of talking to the North and providing aid haven't worked and that there was "only one thing [that] will work" to rein in North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.
  • Iceland qualifies for World Cup

    Iceland qualifies for World Cup

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    Iceland have secured a spot at the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation, becoming the smallest nation by population to ever qualify for the showpiece event. There were also 1-0 wins for Spain over Israel (Asier Illarramendi, 76th) and Italy over Albania (Antonio Candreva, 73rd). Croatia secured second place - and a play-off spot - behind Iceland as a Andrej Kramaric brace saw off the threat of Ukraine , which itself could have grabbed a play-off place had it won.
  • The Iran deal: Will President Trump punt?

    The Iran deal: Will President Trump punt?

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    Mr Trump appears to be stepping back from his campaign pledge to tear up the 2015 nuclear deal, instead aiming to take other measures against Iran and its affiliates. The sanctions package also targeted Iran for alleged human rights abuses, terrorism sponsorship and arms shipments and added to the sanctions the USA had already imposed on the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps and its unit responsible for foreign operations, the Qods Force.
  • Nate closes in on Mississippi

    Nate closes in on Mississippi

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    The forecast shows Ophelia reaching hurricane strength Thursday or Friday, the hurricane center said . The New Orleans Captain of the Port has cancelled the port condition Zulu, allowing vessel movement into and out of the river without restrictions.