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Turkish, Russian armed forces to ensure safety in Syria's Idlib: Erdogan

HTS wants to continue fighting the government despite the establishment of "de-escalation zones". "Today a landmark operation is underway in Idlib, and this will continue". "We will absolutely not allow the creation of a terror corridor along our borders", said Erdogan. Turkish media reports that a convoy of at least 12 vehicles, carrying 12 tanks and two bulldozers, was heading for the Cilvegozu crossing across Syria's Bab al-Hawa border gate.

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Danish police find head and legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

But police have said 15 stab wounds were on the torso found at sea off Copenhagen on August 21. Police were all the while attempting to decide Wall's reason for death, Moeller Jensen stated, including that agents were centering her neck and throat zone.

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Las Vegas shooting victim stands for President Trump despite leg injury

Entering Gunderson's room, Trump said , "Hey, this guy looks tough to me, ' the president said as he shook Gunderson's hand". The president also plans to meet with first responders later in the day. "We met patients that were absolutely terribly wounded". As a businessman, Trump was supportive of President Barack Obama's calls to tighten gun control laws after Sandy Hook, but embraced the pro-gun community and its advocates during the 2016 presidential campaign.

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Tillerson Won't Reply to "Petty" Charge He Called Trump a Moron

He told the media that his commitment to the USA and Trump's success was so strong as it was the first day on which he accepted the post. Tillerson reportedly nearly resigned after President Trump's horrific politicization of a speech he gave to the Boy Scouts.

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Netanyahu Demands Palestinians Recognize Israel, Disarm Hamas

Speaking at a conference of the ruling Likud Party, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ruled out accepting the Palestinian unity government , should one ultimately come into place as a result of ongoing negotiations among Palestinian factions.

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Vegas shooter had no ties to terror group

Moreover, fake information appeared that he is a part of the leftist group Antifa. ISIS's Amaq propaganda agency claimed that a soldier was Stephen Paddock who was later identified by Las Vegas Police as a 64-year-old retired accountant [VIDEO ], according to Bloomberg.

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Iran Urges Iraqi Kurdish Leaders to Fix Mistakes

Under presidency of two countries, fourth meeting of Turkish-Iranian high-level co-operation Council will be held. "We correspond with the central government in Iraq and as far as we are concerned, this referendum is illegitimate ". He also said that his country never harmed Kurdish population. Israel has denied Turkey's previous claims of involvement in the vote, but has welcomed the Kurds' vote for independence.

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Las Vegas shooter had devices to allow fully automatic gunfire

Republicans familiar with the bill's prospects in the House said the legislation was already facing unease from moderate Republicans, and Sunday's violence only made its quick passage more unlikely. Democrats wondered, however, whether the Las Vegas attack would change any minds on Capitol Hill. "We are not going to knee-jerk react to every situation", he said.

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Sharif's indictment in graft cases postponed by a week

The Prime Minister said the next general elections will be held after June next year and expressed the confidence that the people will again give mandate to the PML (N). The party's state minister for interior, Talal Chaudhry, said a parliamentary meeting of the ruling party chaired by Abbasi had nominated Sharif as its leader.

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Retired Army JCO Asked To Prove His Nationality By The Government

The foreigner's tribunal asked Azmal to appear before the court before Sept 11 in the case no BFT 1082/2016, but he received the notice after the expiry date. Infiltration from Bangladesh is a sensitive issue in the eastern state. Why do I have to be humiliated so many times? "I'm very hurt at this treatment", said Haque whose elder son is studying at Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMC) and aspires to be an army man.

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Both Storms Expected to Move Away from US

Met √Čireann says there will be unsettled weather with Tropical Storms Lee and Maria in the Atlantic "making details uncertain" over Ireland. Across the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico, tropical storms have killed at least 100. As Maria moves over cooler waters, weakening is expected and could be downgraded to a tropical storm by the end of the day tomorrow. Both systems are said to be weakening, but the Met Office have warned there is potential for them to impact the weather in the ...

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Trump Keeps Praising Response to Puerto Rico Crisis, Blasts "Politically Motivated Ingrates"

And the USA military is working with Puerto Rican officials and the island's National Guard to reach those still cut off. Cruz , played by Melissa Villasenor , begged for help sooner, but " Trump " admonished her, "You should have paid your bills".

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Watch Jay-Z's 'SNL' Promo With Actor Ryan Gosling

Overall, the entire episode felt like the team is determined to repeat a successful formula found in Season 42. So he came back as a bad boy and that is basically the entire sketch . He even discusses it with his therapist ( Kate McKinnon ). Finally, " SNL " cast member Kenan Thompson had had enough. Gosling also played a gangster in love with a chicken (Bryant) - he cracked up when they had problems with a prop gun.

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The one thing only Trump can do to help Puerto Rico

Trump took to Twitter early on Saturday to fire back at the mayor of San Juan , the island's largest city. He also claimed "the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico" had demonstrated "poor leadership ability ". "This is a 'people are dying" story. President Donald Trump on Friday said "there's never been anything like" the devastation in Puerto Rico, which is facing a humanitarian crisis in the wake of Hurricane Maria sweeping through the Caribbean island last week.

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GOP senator: Trump's rhetoric not to blame for North Korea nuclear threat

Assuming he follows through on his travel plans, U.S. President Donald Trump's upcoming visits to Vietnam, the Philippines, and possibly China will shine a potentially unforgiving spotlight on his administration's approach toward Asia and appetite for a continued regional leadership role.

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Kent's Henry Bolton becomes latest Ukip leader

Ms Waters came second, with 21.3% of the 12,915 votes cast. In his victory speech at Ukip conference in Torquay, he called on members to rally around the party. Some Ukip MEPs have said they would quit if Ms Waters won the election. "There'd be a quasi-leadership led by a MEPs and from that a new organisation could form that might even take the UKIP name".

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Brexit Negotiations Stall: Not Enough Progress in Trade Talks

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said that it could still be months before both sides can actually proceed to discuss trade. It follows meetings with European Council President Donald Tusk and Irish premier Leo Varadkar this week, as EU leaders prepare to assess how much progress has been made in the first phase of talks on the UK's withdrawal.

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ISIS Leader Baghdadi Reportedly Heard on New Tape

In the recording released Thursday, Baghdadi urges his followers in IS to keep fighting and target Western media centers while accusing the U.S. of lacking "the will to fight". American officials publicly doubted Moscow's assertion, and said that the Iraqi native Baghdadi is probably still alive either in his home country or Syria.

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Triple M Grill Team on Macklemore's NRL controversy

Spokesman, David Goodwin, said it was "bizarre" that the song was being performed at half time and millions of Australians disagreed with its message. More than 85,000 fans and a huge television audience are expected to watch the NRL Grand Final in Sydney on Sunday . With the same-sex marriage survey now underway in Australia, Macklemore's performance has attracted criticism and praise from both sides of the debate.

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Almost 400 cats, dogs rescued from Virgin Islands

The animals are now in Virginia on Sali Gear's ranch. USVI public water systems have been significantly impacted by Hurricanes Maria and Irma and subsequent flooding, including by a loss of electrical power, and are not yet fully able to provide adequately treated water to meet the needs of those affected areas.

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First Warning Forecast: Rain, wind, and flooding from Hurricane Maria

Monday, according to Hyde County officials. Tropical storm warnings are in effect for the Outer Banks with the potential of 50 miles per hour winds and a 2-4 foot storm surge. Former Hurricane Jose is to thank for that. Hurricane Maria lashed the Turks and Caicos islands over the weekend after killing at least 32 in Puerto Rico and Dominica.

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Mattis: US wants to resolve N. Korea standoff diplomatically

He will also be meeting with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval in the capital. In his remarks Tuesday, Mattis hinted at the South China Sea issue, saying India and the US both support an "open, just, and rules-based global order". Many commentators have said US-India cooperation could act as a counterweight to an increasingly assertive China, which has been developing its military capabilities.

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Wildfire threatens homes, prompts evacuations in southern California

The blaze is being called the Canyon Fire and has already burned around 2,000 acres. As of Tuesday morning, the fire was only five percent contained. By 7 p.m. Monday, evacuation orders were expanded to areas south of Green River Road from the 91 Freeway to Trudy Lane at Orchard Glen. Additionally, crews were setting backfires, hoping to keep the fire from crossing the freeway.

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Turnout high as Iraqi Kurds defy threats to hold independence vote

Iran announced a ban on direct flights to and from Kurdistan on Sunday, while Baghdad asked foreign countries to stop direct oil trading with the Kurdish region and demanded that the KRG hand over control of its global airports and border posts with Iran, Turkey and Syria .

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Bali volcano could erupt any moment

An estimated 25,000 people have been evacuated from the area. Gunung Agung volcano in Karang Asem district is in the highest alert following rising seismic activity, forcing over 48,000 villagers living in the risky zone to flee, spokesman of the agency Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said.

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FIFA scraps ban on poppies on football shirts

Federation Internationale de Football Association will allow England players to wear poppies on their kit when Gareth Southgate's side plays its planned friendly match against Germany at Wembley in November. The poppy was worn by English and Scottish players in an global in 2016. The document, which discusses the Federation Internationale de Football Association rule known as law four, does not provide much clarity on what the "initiatives" might be, but says they can not breach law ...

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One Dead in Tennessee church shooting, gunman identified

Authorities say the gunman had pulled up to Burnette Chapel Church of Christ , exited his vehicle, and shot a woman in the parking lot. The usher, 22-year-old Robert "Caleb" Engle, confronted the gunman, police said, and during a struggle, Samson was injured with a shot from his own gun.

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Merkel wins fourth term as German far-right party makes gains

It was one of their weakest postwar showings. After shock election results previous year, from the Brexit vote to the election of US President Donald Trump, leaders of Europe's establishment have looked to Merkel to rally the liberal Western order.

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Collins: 'Very difficult' to imagine backing GOP health care bill

Early on Saturday morning, Trump further aired his frustration in a series of tweets to McCain. Although many have said McCain's opposition effectively ends the GOP health care push, Lewandowski said Trump is a master deal-maker and he will continue to work with lawmakers like Sens.

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Will Iraqi Kurdistan's Referendum go Ahead? Doubts Raised With Two Days Remaining

A Turkish foreign ministry statement on September 14 said that "continued insistence on carrying out this referendum, despite all friendly advice to the contrary, will carry a cost". Mudah Bakhtiar, a member of the PUK political bureau, told journalists his party "believes that the alternative (to the referendum) proposed by the United Nations and the major powers is acceptable".

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Iran marks Sacred Defense Week with massive military parades

The unveiling by the Revolutionary Guard came during a military parade in Tehran that commemorated the 1980s Iraq-Iran war. Iran said on Saturday it had successfully tested a new ballistic missile with a range of 2,000 km (1,200 miles) and would keep developing its arsenal, despite US pressure to stop.

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Parsons Green: 18-Year-Old Charged With Attempted Murder

Ahmed Hassan was accused of planting the bomb at Parsons Green station on September 15. The teenager has been in custody since he was arrested in the port town of Dover in Kent last Saturday, in a joint operation by Kent Police and Scotland Yard.

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Iran unveils new long-range ballistic missile

In February, Iran test-fired the same medium-range type of missile, prompting Trump to say that the United States is "putting Iran on notice". The U.S. She added: "History and the experience of other rogue states such as North Korea has also shown the Iranian government that it is only from a position of strength that regimes such as Iran's can be protected".

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Kim calls Trump 'deranged', may consider H-bomb test in Pacific

The rhetorical battle came as outside experts say North Korea is getting closer to achieve its long-stated goal of building nuclear-armed missiles capable of hitting anywhere on the U.S. North Korea was one of the top issues dominating the agenda at the UN General Assembly in NY, where several speakers called for a de-escalation of tensions.

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Florida Sets Emergency Generator Rules for Nursing Homes

Spokeswoman for the Florida Division of Historical Resources, Sarah Revell, said radiocarbon dating will determine more specific details about the 15-foot-long boat - which holds distinctive features. Elected officials, community members, and nursing home and assisted living facility representatives are pulling together to discuss change. Thank you all for sharing and liking! "They're our citizens.

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The Latest GOP Health-Care Scheme Fulfills an Old Conservative Dream

Because the Graham-Cassidy plan has no Democratic support, Republicans have only until September 30 to push it through the Senate before rules expire that allow it to be passed with 50 senators plus Vice President Mike Pence's tiebreaking vote.

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GM Faces Strike Deadline in Canada

Dias said GM's refusal to commit long term to the plant is a decision that stems directly from the North American Free Trade Agreement. A week ago, 99.8% of members in the Unifor labor union's local 88 voted to authorize a strike if a deal could not be struck by the Sunday expiration date.

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Lineman injured while working on power outages in Ga

The company announced that as of 10 p.m. on Thursday power had been restored to 920,000 customers throughout the state with an approximate 75,000 customers left to go. Spokeswoman Vicki Jolley said crews expected the vast majority customers still without power Friday morning would have electricity restored by Friday night , though outages in the more remote areas could extend into the weekend.

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Here's What Trump And Clinton Voters Watch

He also retweeted a modified gif of himself on the course hitting a golf ball that strikes Hillary Clinton on the back and causes her to stumble up the steps into a plane. Mr Trump attacked Mrs Clinton directly on Wednesday in a series of posts on the social media site. Trump's retweeting spree also came on the heels of a week during which he drew criticism from pockets of his political base as he signaled he was close to a deal with Democrats to protect undocumented immigrants who ...

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United Nations Security Council condemns highly provocative North Korea missile launch

North Korea has launched dozens of missiles under Kim Jong Un's leadership to accelerate a weapons programme created to give it the ability to target the United States with a powerful, nuclear-tipped missile. President Donald Trump will take his "America First" message to the United Nations next week and seek support for tough measures against North Korea despite his skepticism about the value of global groups like the 193-member body.