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Russia's UK Embassy Calls Amesbury Poisoning 'Anti-Russian Provocation'

Sturgess leaves behind three children. She had been hospitalised after falling ill on June 30 , along with a 45-year-old man, in Amesbury , Wiltshire. Notably, neither United Kingdom specialists at the Porton Down laboratory, nor the Organization...

Trump to meet Vladimir Putin

I think it's a sign of how confident the president is that he did nothing wrong. "I want to emphasize that the 2 percent [of GDP contribution] that everyone pledged to make the effort to attain is not just a number that was pulled out of the air", ...

Storm Strengthening To Hurricane Off Carolinas As Puerto Rico Faces Storm Beryl

The Coast Guard is warning boaters and beachgoers of hazardous weather and "sea states" that could take place as Tropical Storm Chris makes its way up the east coast. Chris's winds are expected to primarily remain off the East Coast, although The ...

Watchdog calls for Jim Jordan investigation, House Freedom Caucus waits

In an individual statement provided along with the group comment, Hellickson repeated a remark he first released last week that appears to offer a more nuanced view of the allegations: "At no time while Jim Jordan was a coach with me at Ohio Stat...

Rescue of Thai boys tempered by health concerns

He said recent rains had not affected water levels in the cave and conditions were expected to be "as good as they were on Sunday", reported The Guardian . Four members of the Wild Boar soccer team were rescued Sunday and are in a hospital. The ...

Trump Confident North Korea Will 'Honor the Contract' to Denuclearize

North Korea's angry reaction to the talks with Pompeo came in a Foreign Ministry statement that berated the Secretary over his "unilateral and gangster-like" demands and for offering no constructive steps on the U.S. But on another, North Korea may...

At least one killed in Virginia helicopter crash

The station quoted a witness as saying he heard a "big explosion", while others reported a helicopter flying low before the incident. Doug Brazy with the National Transportation Safety Board also spoke at the news conference. The impact of the cr...

Exactly What Did North Korea Call US Demands for Denuclearization?

In a statement issued by a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman and carried by the Korean Central News Agency , North Korea lashed out at the United States for seeking "unilateral and forced denuclearisation" from Pyongyang. side showed littl...

Chrissy Teigen called Trump a "dips---" after he mocked the #MeToo movement

Trump's speech to his supporters slammed Warren, and he offered the Massachusetts Democrat $1 million, to a charity of her choice, if she could prove that she is Native American. Trump also returned to themes of his presidency, stressing his hard-lin...

Immigrant soldier sues Defense Department for discharging him without explanation

More than 10,000 troops have joined the military through the programme - nearly all of them in the Army. Most go the Army, but some also go to the other military branches. "On the contrast, I'm a national merit because people like me with higher educ...

Texas woman shoots carjacker trying to steal SUV with kids inside

The suspect turned around and looked at the frantic mother - "with his eyes bugged" - but kept going, she said. At that point she was able to open her glove box, pull out a gun, and shot the man in the head. Wright has been taken to hospital in a cri...

German leader warns United States against "trade war"

At the time, Orban railed against Merkel's "moral imperialism" while the chancellor, who grew up in communist East Germany, said she had seen enough walls in Europe for a lifetime. Merkel's fateful decision in 2015 to leave the German border open t...

Pompeo in Pyongyang to seek concrete nuclear commitments

It contradicted statements made earlier by Pompeo, who signaled the visit made "progress on nearly all of the central issues". Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has opened a second day of talks with senior North Korean officials, with both sides...

Insider attack kills US service member in Afghanistan

The number of insider attacks peaked at 61 in 2012, but the attacks have become rare after the USA military instituted security safeguards to protect American troops. Insider attacks on Afghan forces - and deaths resulting from those attacks - have i...

Woman sold her 7-year-old son, tried to sell daughters

Department of Public Service officlas reportedly discovered that the boy had already been "purchased", with two girls aged two and three in the process of being sold too. Selling a child is a third-degree felony in Texas. The DPS investigation re...

Ringleader of Tokyo sarin nerve agent terror attack executed

Japan has carried out its largest peacetime execution in more than a century with the hanging of a cult leader and six followers who were behind a chemical weapons attack on the Tokyo underground. Asahara created Aum Shinrikyo in 1984 . In ...

Whose stolen Supreme Court seat was it, anyway?

Knorr praised President Trump for keeping his promises to the pro-life movement, but the ACLU Illinois said a Supreme Court pick should not be about political promises and personal agendas. Rand Paul of Kentucky, about the process. The opportun...

1 person dies in wildfire near California-Oregon border

By Saturday morning, the fire was said to only be 5 percent contained although the flames had died down significantly. While the fire was growing quickly Thursday afternoon a 20 to 26 miles per hour south wind was pushing it along the Interstate.

North Korea says talks with Pompeo were 'regrettable'

The meetings were meant to hammer out details toward achieving the goals in a joint statement by Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump after their summit, in which the us would provide security commitments for North Korea in exchange for "comp...

Dead, 47 Missing As Heavy Rains and Floods Hit Southwest Japan

TOKYO Torrents of rainfall and flooding battered a widespread area in southwestern Japan on Saturday, leaving at least 15 people dead and more than 50 missing, according to Japanese media. A woman who had gone missing after leaving her home in K...

22 children from Missionaries of Charity shelter in Ranchi evacuated

The home in eastern India's Jharkhand state is run by Missionaries of Charity , an order set up by Mother Teresa . "It is nearly impossible that the racket was happening without her knowledge, but we need evidence", the officer said. Although she w...

Pompeo Giving North Korea's Kim 'Rocket Man' CD

Add North Korea as an interest to stay up to date on the latest North Korea news , video, and analysis from ABC News. U.S. military intelligence noticed similar activity at the port late past year, detecting what appeared to be construction on a...

Tropical Depression, Hurricane Both Spinning Out in the Atlantic

The storm, which is now a Category 1, is expected to arrive in the Lesser Antilles by late Sunday or early Monday . Updates on the storm's progression can be found online and NWS is advising residents in the Coastal Carolinas to monitor the ...

EPA's relief and worries after scandal-plagued chief's exit

The departure marked a precipitous fall for Pruitt, who during his roughly 16 months in office took steps to reverse more than a dozen major Obama-era regulations and overhauled key elements of the agency's approach to scientific research. In recent ...

Three YouTube travel bloggers have died in waterfall accident

After all three bodies had been removed from the water at Shannon Falls on Wednesday, an official with the Squamish Search and Rescue, John Wilcox, spoke with radio station News 1130 and urged all visitors to exercise extreme caution when visiting ...

Black Oregon lawmaker says constituent called 911 on her

Bynum said that the deputy who responded was courteous and professional, and even agreed to take a photo with her, which she later posted on her Facebook page . Bynum said she took away from the experience an important lesson, emphasizing that it'...

Wiltshire pair poisoned by nerve agent novichok, say police

Around 100 counterterrorism detectives are now working alongside police on the investigation. Asked if the pair may have been deliberately targeted, Basu said: "That is a theory but it's speculation at the moment". Police initially assumed the coup...

Trump insists he will be ‘prepared’ for Putin meeting

Last month, a dour Trump stomped through the G7 summit in Canada, suggesting Russian Federation be readmitted to the elite economic group, despite having been expelled for invading neighboring Ukraine and annexing Crimea. U.S. Ambassador to Russia...

One dead in Siskiyou fire

KDRV reports hundreds of homes are being evacuated because of the blaze, which is dubbed the Klamathon fire . Mandatory evacuations were ordered throughout the area, and the county Office of Emergency Management said any residents on the mountain...

Heatwave UK 2018 Causes Ireland To Conserve Water

A hosepipe ban for the whole country is to come into place on Friday morning. The order bans the use of water for non-essential activities like watering the garden or filling a paddling pool and will continue until the end of the month.

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Nepal storm kills several climbers in Himalayas

Five South Korean climbers - belonging to the group Koreanway Gurja Himal Expedition 2018 - including team leader Kim Chang-ho, were killed in the avalanche on Friday evening, The...

European Union official sees room for Brexit breakthrough next week

The DUP leader has warned the prime minister not to accept a "dodgy" Brexit deal she will later regret. "If the European Union doesn't match the ambition and pragmatism we've sh...

Infant Corpses Found Hidden in Detroit Funeral Home

Nine bodies were found in a cardboard box, two were found in caskets - all in a hidden section of the ceiling. The state shuttered the funeral home in April after finding multipl...

Pope accepts Cardinal Donald Wuerl’s resignation amid sex abuse scandal

Cardinal Donald Wuerl resigned amid two major sexual abuse and cover-up scandals rocking the Catholic Church . The grand jury report found that 1,000 people - a lot of them c...

Palestinian Wife Stoned to Death by Israeli Settlers in Occupied West Bank

Black smoke from burning tires covers the sky over Palestinian protesters hurl stones toward Israeli troops during a protest at the Gaza Strip's border with Israel, Friday, Oct. Th...

Earthquake Shakes Indonesia's Java, Bali Islands, Killing 3

A string of earthquakes in Lombok in eastern Indonesia killed more than 550 people over the summer. "All my neighbours were also running". Tourists on bicycles ride past In...

United Nations elects human rights abusers to its Human Rights Council

India was on Friday elected to the United Nations Human Rights Council, getting the most votesamong all candidates. India had previously been elected to the Geneva-based Human Ri...

Michael Bloomberg reregisters as a Democrat

Bloomberg was a registered Republican when he was elected mayor of New York City in 2001, though he left the party in 2007 and has been a political independent ever since. Bloombe...

Massive Earthquake Rocks Papua New Guinea

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said that hazardous waves were possible on coasts within 300 km (186 miles) of the epicenter. The warning Center for tsunamis in the Pacific ha...

Theresa May verging closer to Brexit deal but is facing cabinet resignations

Media captionHelen Grant on the DUP: "I think they are bluffing". Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party on Thursday threatened to withdraw its support for British Prime...

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Wuerl out as DC Archbishop … soon

Wuerl out as DC Archbishop … soon

McCarrick of Washington . Francis held talks with Cardinal Daniel DiNardo and other senior members of the bishops' conference just 48 hours after ordering an investigation into V...

Storm Callum: Roads closed and hundreds without power

Storm Callum: Roads closed and hundreds without power

In the Republic, where Storm Callum was set to first make landfall, a national emergency co-ordination group met yesterday for a briefing on the dangers posed by the intense weathe...

Air India flight hits wall at Trichy airport, gets diverted to Mumbai

Air India flight hits wall at Trichy airport, gets diverted to Mumbai

The matter was conveyed to the pilot in command. The flight IX-611, with 130 passengers and six crew, took off at around 1.20 a.m. and was then diverted to Mumbai where it made a...

Cyclone Titli: Schools, colleges to remain closed on Oct 11 & 12

Cyclone Titli: Schools, colleges to remain closed on Oct 11 & 12

Ganjam, Khurda, Puri, Jagatsinghpur and Kendrapara districts would remain in radar of the cyclone , and stands fair chances of incessant showers. Casualties were low as administ...

Pentagon Grounds Troubled F-35 Fighters After First Crash

Pentagon Grounds Troubled F-35 Fighters After First Crash

Christopher Harrison, a U.S. Marine Corps spokesman. The inspections should be complete within 24 to 48 hours, Task & Purpose reported , citing a Pentagon official. According to...

This is what to expect when Storm Callum hits Northern Ireland

This is what to expect when Storm Callum hits Northern Ireland

The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for parts of the United Kingdom on Friday and Saturday. Met Éireann has warned that strong winds associated with Storm Callum...

Trump says S. Korea won't lift NK sanctions without USA approval

Trump says S. Korea won't lift NK sanctions without USA approval

In a range of trial balloons released over the last week, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has raised the possibility of lifting bilateral sanctions against North Korea...

You have to prove that Khashoggi left the consulate

You have to prove that Khashoggi left the consulate

According to the Washington Post , Ms Cengiz said Khashoggi was concerned he would not be allowed to leave - before entering the consulate, he gave her his phone and instructions ...

Research shows unionists prefer Brexit over the territorial integrity of the UK

Research shows unionists prefer Brexit over the territorial integrity of the UK

Wilson adds : "The road which the leaks and briefings is outlining is the road to parliamentary defeat for any deal the prime minister brings forward". By withdrawing its support, ...