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The missile launch, which violates U.N. Security Council resolutions, came just days after the council imposed fresh sanctions on the DPRK over its nuclear test on September 3. "The South Korean government said they fired a missile within minutes afterwards, from their coastline". In her interview on CNN , Haley said Trump would not want to harm an investigation but was "emotional and passionate" about what happened in the UK.
  • Refugees suspected in British subway terror attack

    Refugees suspected in British subway terror attack

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    Stephen Griffiths, who lives across the street from Penelope and Ronald Jones, said police had visited the house several times, most recently two or three weeks ago. The search was heightened when they saw CCTV footage of a man carry a bag, that may have contained the bomb, on his way to the tube. About 30 people were injured when a bucket packed with nails and the explosive triacetone triperoxide (TATP) partially detonated after being left on a busy train during the morning rush hour.
  • GOP Health Care Proposals Lack Even 'Common-Sense Rationale,' Obama Says

    GOP Health Care Proposals Lack Even 'Common-Sense Rationale,' Obama Says

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    He offered only implicit rebukes of Trump, saying there are no practical benefits to a bill Republicans are considering to replace the Affordable Care Act. Goalkeepers has brought together a new generation of influencers and leaders from all corners of the world-from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Afghanistan, from Canada to China-who will discuss and devise innovative solutions to achieve the Global Goals.
  • Iran calls Trump a 'rogue newcomer'

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    In a letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and other Cabinet officials first reported by Reuters , the lawmakers said the administration had not provided any such information, as is required under the 2015 Iran Nuclear Review Act.
  • Networks Pass on Sean Spicer for Paid Contributor Role

    Networks Pass on Sean Spicer for Paid Contributor Role

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    Spicer told the New York Times on Monday. And Corden was criticised over the image, which appeared to show the chat show host leaning in to give the politician a kiss on the check, while Spicer pulled a amusing face. "This will be the largest audience to witness the Emmys period, both in person and around the world", Spicer said from behind his usual podium.
  • Natural disaster hits off the coast of Southland

    Natural disaster hits off the coast of Southland

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    It may have been felt in Balclutha, Gore, Invercargill, Lumsden, Roxburgh, Te Anau and Tuatapere. Wellington residents reported feeling the strongest quake and used social media to check on family and friends. A few places across the south island may have felt the shake. A 5.1 quake has jolted the central part of New Zealand on Wednesday afternoon. The more distant quake measured 6.1, USGS reported.
  • Marines patrol the Caribbean as storm Maria gathers on heels of Irma

    Marines patrol the Caribbean as storm Maria gathers on heels of Irma

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    A number of islands, including the British Virgin Islands , where several Jersey legal and finance firms have bases, are still recovering from category five storm Irma - one of the most powerful hurricanes ever recorded. All 1800 residents living on Barbuda were forced to evacuate in the wake of Hurricane Irma , a 608-kilometre wide storm that smashed almost every structure on the island, which is only 160 square kilometres.
  • British police arrest 2 more suspects in subway bomber hunt

    British police arrest 2 more suspects in subway bomber hunt

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    A 21-year-old man was also arrested in Hounslow, west London. The teenage suspect, who was known to police and is believed to be an Iraqi refugee, was detained in the Port of Dover after being tracked to its departures hall. The men, understood to be from Iraq and Syria respectively, are believed to have both been fostered by the same British couple. CCTV footage shows a person leaving the Jones's house in Sunbury carrying a Lidl bag at 7.04 BST on Friday morning.
  • Teen returns wallet with $1500 cash, gives us hope for humanity

    Teen returns wallet with $1500 cash, gives us hope for humanity

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    She says Opdyke came to her door and rang the doorbell. She shared the video on Facebook in the hopes of tracking down Opdyke to thank him. No good deed goes unnoticed...especially when it's caught on video. Tyler, 18, is a devout Christian who never even considered keeping the money. "I've been raised in the Church all my life and I just felt this is not mine", he said.
  • Trump thinks there's a 'chance' for peace in the Middle East

    Trump thinks there's a 'chance' for peace in the Middle East

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    The Israeli prime minister also said he plans to speak to Trump about Iran and Tehran's growing influence in the region. "I think Israel would like to see it and I think the Palestinians would like to see it and I can tell you that the Trump administration would like to see it so we're working very hard on it, we'll see what happens".
  • Paul Manafort was wiretapped, has been told to expect an indictment

    Paul Manafort was wiretapped, has been told to expect an indictment

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    Citing people familiar with the discussions, the Post said that Manafort penned an email through an intermediary that offered briefings to Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, an industrial metals magnate with ties to the Kremlin. They also add the detail that when federal agents searched Manafort's home in July at the behest of Mueller's team, they picked the lock rather than announcing their presence in advance.