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Al-Thani told the USA broadcaster, Charlie Rose, that "Iran is our neighbour". "If they [are] going to walk one metre toward me, I'm willing to walk 10,000 miles towards them". But the emir said that he believed the Saudi-led bloc was attempting to undermine Doha's sovereignty and interfere in its foreign policy. Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held a telephone conversation with Qatar's Emir on September 8.
  • Virginia church to move plaques honoring Lee and Washington

    Virginia church to move plaques honoring Lee and Washington

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    The memorials, which were erected in 1870, two months after Lee's death, are now affixed to the wall on either side of the altar. The Vestry has unanimously decided that the plaques create a distraction in our worship space and may create an obstacle to our identity as a welcoming church , and an impediment to our growth and to full community with our neighbors.
  • United States captures key militant in Benghazi attack

    United States captures key militant in Benghazi attack

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    In a statement, President Trump thanked the law enforcement and intelligence officers, prosecutors, and military personnel who had worked on tracking and capturing al-Imam. The attack on the embassy was the topic of numerous congressional hearings, with Republican lawmakers critical of the way in which then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton responded to the attack.
  • South Korean Actor Kim Joo-hyuk Has Died

    South Korean Actor Kim Joo-hyuk Has Died

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    His agency, Namoo Actors, is yet to confirm the issue. His girlfriend Lee Yoo-young was in Busan filming for an upcoming Running Man episode when she was informed, a Facebook post on Running Man International said. Police were investigating the accident. Per Variety , Kim's auto struck a wall and flipped over, hitting another vehicle. The driver, whose sedan was hit from behind by Kim's vehicle, told police that when he was pulling over after being rear-ended by the Mercedes, he saw ...
  • India, Pakistan hold DGMO-level talks

    India, Pakistan hold DGMO-level talks

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    The talks were not scheduled in advance . Gen. Sahir Shamshad Mirza's accusation on the telephonic hotline that the Indian security forces was resorting to unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC), Lt. 14 Indian Army personnel have been killed in these incidents. This year, till June end, over 260 ceasefire violations were reported, while last year it was just 14.
  • Islamic State case: Law enforcers, not parties, should probe, says Ahmed Patel

    Islamic State case: Law enforcers, not parties, should probe, says Ahmed Patel

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    Mr Rupani had attempted to link Mr Patel to the terror suspect because he was a technician at the same hospital where the Congress president's political adviser had been a trustee till 2015. His missive in the micro blogging site came close on the heels of Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani demanding resignation of Ahmed Patel from the Rajya Sabha.
  • Terror as African men clash in Saket hospital

    Terror as African men clash in Saket hospital

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    Around 4 am, when the wounded men walked in, their friends allegedly waited outside , As Reported By Tribune . Armed with cleavers and swords the men rushed in without a care and went ahead to butcher and clobber three fellow Nigerians who had come to the hospital for treatment.
  • Duterte to ask Abe's help in rebuilding Marawi City

    Duterte to ask Abe's help in rebuilding Marawi City

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    He added Japan remains to be the "most understanding" in assisting the Philippines resolve the peace-and-order situation in Mindanao. Duterte's second trip to Japan, which he considers "the Philippines' true friend", was initially scheduled last June but was postponed due to the crisis in Marawi.
  • Struggling Werder Bremen part company with coach Alexander Nouri

    Struggling Werder Bremen part company with coach Alexander Nouri

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    Bremen parted with Nouri and assistant Markus Feldhoff a day after Bremen lost 3-0 at home against Augsburg. Leeds United goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald has indicated his approval at former club Werder Bremen sacking coach Alex Nouri . "We are of the belief that this coaching team will implement an important impuse in the next few days and can stabilize the the team", Baumann said.
  • South Africans organise #BlackMonday protests over farm murders

    South Africans organise #BlackMonday protests over farm murders

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    Supporters were urged to wear black during the protest. "Farmers are an important group of people in society". The demonstration was called after the murder of two white farmers on Tuesday in Klapmuts. The protests on Monday went ahead in various parts of the country, including Gauteng, Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. Some also raised apartheid-era South African flags.
  • Las Vegas shooting survivors killed in auto crash

    Las Vegas shooting survivors killed in auto crash

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    Doctors will perform multiple forensic analyses, including an exam of the 64-year-old's brain tissue to find any possible neurological problems, but whatever they find likely won't be what led him to kill 58 people in the worst mass shooting in modern United States history.
  • NYPD officers indicted for allegedly raping a teenage girl in their custody

    NYPD officers indicted for allegedly raping a teenage girl in their custody

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    The cops confront at least three years and a most extreme of 25 years in jail on the off chance that they are indicted. John Arlia, a defense attorney for Hall, declined comment at that time. NYPD Detective Eddie Martins is brought in custody for his arraignment on October 30. They also allegedly gave her back the Klonopin pills, told her to keep her mouth shut and released her.
  • Football Manager 2018 to feature gay players in series first

    Football Manager 2018 to feature gay players in series first

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    Director of the game, Miles Jacobson, said that the decision was made to add this feature because there are gay footballers who feel that they have to live in silence. If a player on your team comes out in the game, you also get a financial boost due to increased support coming from the LGBT community. "It will be: 'Right, okay, let's move on.' Everything will carry on perfectly normally, because that's what we've have seen happen [in other sports]", Jacobson said.
  • Could Puerto Rico's power restoration be delayed?

    Could Puerto Rico's power restoration be delayed?

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    Federal investigators have been looking into the contract awarded to the small company from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's hometown and the deal is being audited at the local and federal level. In the meantime, NY is sending additional utility crews to help rebuild the grid in the company's absence. Puerto Rico's governor is calling for the cancellation of a multi-million dollar contract for restoring power on the island, a contract that stirred up controversy all weekend.
  • A Federal Judge Just Blocked Donald Trump's Transgender Military Ban

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    The order by Kollar-Kotelly temporarily prevents the Pentagon from enacting the ban imposed by Trump early this year. He announced that he'd return to a policy where service members could be discharged for being trans. The prohibition was already effectively on hold while Secretary of Defence James Mattis convened a panel of experts to examine the implications of reinstating the ban, a move Mattis said in August would mean "current policy with respect to now serving members will remain in ...
  • Pres. Trump Blasts Obama, Dems for Payments to Fusion GPS

    Pres. Trump Blasts Obama, Dems for Payments to Fusion GPS

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    Rep. Trey Gowdy of SC, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, spoke on Fox News Sunday and urged his fellow Republicans to give Mueller "a chance to do his job". People familiar with the matter told The Washington Post that the Clinton campaign and the DNC did not direct Steele's activities. Sen. Susan Collins, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, investigating Russian interference in the 2016 elections said she has seen no evidence so far of collusion between the Russians ...
  • Iran's Account of Rouhani-Trump Meeting 'False', White House Says

    Iran's Account of Rouhani-Trump Meeting 'False', White House Says

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    Rouhani's visit to NY to participate in the United Nations annual conference in September but our president has turned down the offer", Mahdi Faza'eli wrote on Sunday, according to Iran's Fars news service. "Our missile might is among the capabilities that are not negotiable at all", Iran's Tasnim news agency quoted Pourdastan as saying. Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi told reporters Monday that any future negotiations were unlikely "considering the policies taken by (President ...
  • 'Shortest Asia-Europe rail link' launched in Azerbaijan

    'Shortest Asia-Europe rail link' launched in Azerbaijan

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    The line, which includes 105 kms of new track, will have the capacity to transport one million passengers and 6.5 million tonnes of freight. Speaking at the inauguration, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said the BTK railway had become a reality because of the friendship of Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia.
  • Man shoots daughter's boyfriend, runs over couple in Arlington

    Man shoots daughter's boyfriend, runs over couple in Arlington

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    A Texas father is accused of killing his daughter's boyfriend, running the couple over with his pickup truck, and later, turning the gun on himself. That's when he shot the boyfriend and ran over them before driving away. The woman was seriously injured but was able to answer police questions. "That's how we were able to get suspect information out so quickly", Cook said.
  • Hamas tunnel discovered under United Nations school in Gaza

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    UNRWA, the United Nations body that exists exclusively to serve Palestinians "refugees", has yet again discovered a terror tunnel running under one of its schools in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. president's special representative for global negotiations. The tunnel was reportedly discovered around two weeks ago, and prompted the United Nations agency to close the school while it sealed the tunnel's opening.