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  • A Black Man Beaten By White Nationalists In Charlottesville Is Facing Charges

    On today's date, a warrant was issued for Deandre Shakur Harris (B/M; 20 years of age; resident of Suffolk, Virginia) in relation to an assault that occurred on August 12th in the area of the East Market Street parking garage. He called the warrant "highly unusual", since the police department is usually tasked with issuing the arrest warrant, not a magistrate . The charge: malicious wounding .

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  • Why I changed my mind and am glad Trump tweets

    Why I changed my mind and am glad Trump tweets

    Trump has made the White House a home for Barron and the President". First Lady Melania Trump is blasting her husband's first wife as "attention-seeking and self-serving" over a harmless joke. The blonde ex-model prepares to publish her reminiscences about life with Donald, kids, marriage and their "insane" divorce. Mr Trump married Ms Maples in 1993 only to divorce her a few years later.

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  • Saudis want S-400 system from Russian Federation

    King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is on his first state visit to Russian Federation, and has caused quite a stir since he arrived . If you're going to enter the country via a golden escalator you're going to turn heads, so you'd better hope there are no embarrassing glitches like the one the King of Saudi Arabia suffered on Thursday.

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  • Shin injury rules Amir out of Sri Lanka ODIs

    Shin injury rules Amir out of Sri Lanka ODIs

    Sri Lanka , a surprise victor of the first Test in Abu Dhabi , can become the first team to beat Pakistan in a Test series in the United Arab Emirates if it doesn't lose this second match. Chandimal scored 62 runs and Perera scored 58 runs for the team. Herath's threat won't be driving away one bit, he'll remain the same. Leg-spinner Yasir Shah was the pick of bowlers with 2-90 while Amir returned figures of 1-59.

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  • Brazil nursery attack: Children set on fire in Minas Gerais

    Brazil nursery attack: Children set on fire in Minas Gerais

    About 80 children were in the nursery school when the attack occurred, prompting anxious parents to converge on the site which they found reduced to ashes. Among the hospitalised patients, 14 are children aged four to five. Local police chief Bruno Fernandes Barbosa told the G1 news portal that the teacher, 43-year-old Helley Abreu Batista, grappled with the guard "in an attempt to save the children".

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  • Bombardier eyes Asian markets amid United States trade spat with Boeing

    Bombardier eyes Asian markets amid United States trade spat with Boeing

    Canadian-owned multinational Bombardier, which employs more than 4,000 people in Belfast, has been hit by a proposed 80% levy on exports to its southern neighbour, the US Department of Commerce has confirmed. The Chicago-based aircraft giant said it welcomes the decision affirming its view that Bombardier sold the CSeries to Delta at prices below production cost to illegally grab market share in the single-aisle airplane market.

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  • Trump says it's a 'sad day'

    Trump says it's a 'sad day'

    Investigators questioned her about Paddock's weapons purchases, a $100,000 wire transfer to a Philippine bank that appeared to be intended for her, and whether she saw any changes in his behavior before she left the United States. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, speaking at a cybersecurity forum Wednesday in Boston, said investigators are busy "reconstructing the life, the behavior, the pattern of activity of this individual and anyone and everyone who may have crossed his path in the days ...

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  • US Navy training aircraft crashes near Tellico Plains

    US Navy training aircraft crashes near Tellico Plains

    A military aircraft crashed Sunday in southeast Tennessee, likely killing two occupants on board, the Monroe County officials said. Helicopters from the University of Tennessee Medical Centre and the Knox County Sheriff's Office flew over the area to search for parachutes but did not find any.

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  • Global sirport braces for flight ban following independence vote

    Global sirport braces for flight ban following independence vote

    The exercises will be conducted at the level of at least four crossing points iranian side of the border, " he said, after a meeting of commanders in iran. The referendum was also held in disputed areas between Erbil and Baghdad, including the oil-rich province of Kirkuk. It also called for the deployment of forces to areas that had been under Iraqi government control before Islamic State (IS) forces captured Mosul in June 2014.

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  • Ukip elects Henry Bolton as the party's new leader

    Ukip elects Henry Bolton as the party's new leader

    Waters finished second in the leadership contest. He promised to pressure the government into a hard Brexit . Bolton, 54, is a former police officer and served in the army. Bolton's victory was a shock to nearly all in attendance at the announcement in Torquay. Mr Etheridge was one of a number of UKIP MEPs who had threatened to quit the party if bookies favourite Ms Waters had won.

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  • GOP bill aims to give Puerto Rico more help

    GOP bill aims to give Puerto Rico more help

    Donald Trump has announced he will allow foreign owned ships to deliver relief supplies from United States ports to Puerto Rico following a furore over his previous comments that it would upset American shipping firms. "Now Congress must repeal this law to aid long-term recovery", McCain wrote. The move is meant to boost the delivery of much-needed relief supplies after Hurricane Maria battered the USA territory last week.

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  • DirecTV offering refunds to fans upset with NFL national anthem protests

    DirecTV offering refunds to fans upset with NFL national anthem protests

    But now, DirecTV has begun allowing customers who do not wish to continue their NFL Sunday Ticket subscriptions as a result of the protests to receive refunds on their purchases of the program. National Anthem protests began a year ago when quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the song, saying he wanted to raise awareness of racial injustice and police brutality.

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  • Melania Trump meets Prince Harry, Trudeau, thanks US Invictus team

    Melania Trump meets Prince Harry, Trudeau, thanks US Invictus team

    She was casually-dressed in jeans, a white shirt and carrying a tan tote while Harry wore dark jeans and proudly sported his Invictus Games-branded t-shirt. Many media outlets and reporters were hoping to at least get a shot of Harry and Meghan together but that didn't happen. They also picked up a few gifts before saying their final goodbyes.

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  • Russian General Died in Syria

    Russian General Died in Syria

    As stated by some reports, Russian airstrikes targeted positions of Kurdish-led forces in the area of the Conico Oil Field to the southeast of Deir ez-Zor city. "Despite that the USA strongholds being located in the ISIS areas, no screening patrol has been organized at them". "We also extend that courtesy to Russian and Syrian regime forces who are in the same battlespace to defeat our common enemy, ISIS".

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  • Warnings extended for Puerto Rico's Guajataca Dam, in danger of collapse

    Warnings extended for Puerto Rico's Guajataca Dam, in danger of collapse

    Numerous 3.4 million American citizens living on the island are without power and disconnected from communications, and officials estimate some areas won't see power restored for months . Sheltair Aviation's FBO at New York JFK Airport is supporting efforts by New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo to airlift hurricane recovery equipment and supplies to Puerto Rico .

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  • Tropical Storm Watch issued for parts of eastern North Carolina

    Though Maria is expected to stay well east of the United States, swells will affect Bermuda, the Bahamas and the southeastern coast of the United States, causing rip currents and life-threatening surf this weekend. European model simulation of Hurricane Maria at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Skies will be mostly clear Sunday night with a low chance of rain and temperatures in the mid 70s.

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