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Iran has tested a new ballistic missile capable of hitting targets 1,200 miles away, according to state media. Fitzpatrick agrees it would be a good idea to extend the Iran nuclear deal to include ballistic missiles, "but it is no good talking about this if the United States is not honoring the nuclear agreement".
  • Facebook To Require Disclosure Of Those Who Buy Political Ads

    Facebook To Require Disclosure Of Those Who Buy Political Ads

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    Had the plan not been scrapped, Zuckerberg would have had to testify in court Tuesday at a tumultuous time for his company. Schiff said the Russia-linked advertising was created to pit Americans against each other on some of the most divisive issues in the country and also criticized Facebook's algorithms that confirm people's biases.
  • Vovlo invests $520M to build 2nd vehicle in SC

    Vovlo invests $520M to build 2nd vehicle in SC

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    The addition will now bring up to 3900 new jobs to the Charleston area. We still have a journey to do with the first auto. Gov. Henry McMaster said Monday that Volvo will also add sales offices, a training facility and research and development center to the Berkeley County site, just off Interstate 26 about 30 miles (50 kilometers) northwest of the port in Charleston.
  • Warning to Auckland motorists: Fuel shortages still possible

    Warning to Auckland motorists: Fuel shortages still possible

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    Four worldwide flights were cancelled, some are still landing in the Pacific or Australia to refuel but today all domestic flights ran as scheduled. "The pipeline will be operating at its current allowable capacity from late today and jet fuel allocations were increased from 50 to 80 per cent effective midnight last night", Ms Collins says.
  • UN exec: Global community must step up Rohingya aid

    UN exec: Global community must step up Rohingya aid

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    Referring to the UN's preliminary appeal for 77 million USA dollar, he said , "I think this fund is not enough to address this crisis". She has not visited the camps, but said in the past that she had seen Muslims selling oil and rice received as aid in local markets.
  • Altrincham mosque stabbing: Surgeon attacked in 'hate crime'

    Altrincham mosque stabbing: Surgeon attacked in 'hate crime'

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    Khalid Anis, a spokesman for the Altrincham and Hale Muslim Association, he was "very lucky". Groups including the Muslim Council and Rochdale Council of Muslims have named the victim as a 58-year-old orthopaedic surgeon. A man has been charged with stabbing a Muslim surgeon outside his mosque in Cheshire. "Dr Kurdy and the whole community are in our thoughts and prayers", Rosenberg said in a statement that noted he had worked with another member of the center of community relations in ...
  • Woman makes history as the Marine Corps' first female infantry officer

    Woman makes history as the Marine Corps' first female infantry officer

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    Robert Neller. There are nearly 1.4 million active duty troops in the USA armed forces, and about 15% are female. The course is a prerequisite for ground intelligence officers and considered one of the hardest. Special Operations Command that they be permitted to serve. "Female troops are invaluable for searching houses and communicating with local women, gaining access to spaces and information that, because of local custom, male troops can not get", she wrote.
  • Hurricane victims from Puerto Rico in Shreveport for medical care

    Hurricane victims from Puerto Rico in Shreveport for medical care

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    With the help of Mark Cuban and J.J. Barea, Lopez also said she has filled two airplanes with necessities and generators ready to fly to the island. Virgin Islands. Numerous roads are not passable as they are blocked by debris while some of the old roads are gone which have isolated many residents and even government officials from the outside world.
  • Russian police arrests cannibal couple

    Russian police arrests cannibal couple

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    It was also reported that the man was arrested earlier this year after the remains of a woman were found in a bucket on a military base. Police reportedly raided the couple's apartment building and found over half-a-dozen body parts, canned flesh, body parts in saline solution, frozen human meat , and " recipes " for cooking a human.