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  • Egyptian security chief survives assassination attempt
Egyptian security chief survives assassination attempt

The official survived, but one of his lead bodyguards died. Two policemen were killed in Alexandria, Egypt , on Saturday by a bomb that went off as a convoy containing the city's security chief passed by. Sissi breezed to an election win in 2014, one year after leading a military coup that ousted the freely elected Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi....

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  • Volunteers Save 5 of Over 150 Stranded Pilot Whales in Australia
Volunteers Save 5 of Over 150 Stranded Pilot Whales in Australia

The beached whales were spotted by a commercial fisherman early on Friday morning. The carcasses are being removed and authorities are taking DNA samples in a bid to understand why the whales beached. "I think initially it was confronting for most people because so numerous whales had already died but everyone went into hands on mode and tried to...

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  • Former Playmate Karen McDougal Drops Bombshells About Alleged Relationship with President Trump
Former Playmate Karen McDougal Drops Bombshells About Alleged Relationship with President Trump

Ms McDougal signed a deal worth $150,000 (£106,000) to tell her story exclusively to the tabloid newspaper, the National Enquirer , in 2016. This is the second big interview with an alleged Trump mistress this week for CNN's Cooper.

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  • French strikes over Macron reforms turn ugly
French strikes over Macron reforms turn ugly

Teachers, train conductors and airline controllers walked off the job across France on Thursday, disrupting transport and public services in a test of public anger with President Emmanuel Macron's reform drive. Similarly the tweet below shows the scenes of destruction in central Paris while describing the situation as "still very tense" near Ba...

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  • European Union condemns Russian use of nerve agent in the UK
European Union condemns Russian use of nerve agent in the UK

He added: 'We still do not see any facts, which makes us think that all this is provocation'. Theresa May pointed the finger at Russia just days after the attack, claiming that scientists had discovered Novichok was used in the attack - and that it was highly likely it was made in Russian military laboratory.

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  • John Bolton was early beneficiary of Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data
John Bolton was early beneficiary of Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data

National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump will move in a more hawkish direction, reflecting Trump's desire to rid the administration of voices of dissent, experts said . Yet officials said the president still has genuine respect for McMaster. Instead of diplomatic outreach favored by Tillerson a...

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  • Tempest over Trump-Putin call turns into uproar over leaks
Tempest over Trump-Putin call turns into uproar over leaks

Officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that the hunt for the leaker was underway. Senior White House officials have previously opposed a bilateral meeting with the Russian president. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the Skripal poisoning, about which Trump signed a letter - along with his counterparts in Bri...

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  • Turkey fulfilles desire of West, liberates Afrin in shortest time - president
Turkey fulfilles desire of West, liberates Afrin in shortest time - president

A senior ministry official is to travel to the U.S.in the coming days for talks over Turkey's demand for the withdrawal of YPG militants from the city of Manbij, where US forces are deployed, to the east of Euphrates River, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Tuesday.

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  • First Predicted in Newsmax, Miss. Gov. Will Name First Woman Senator
First Predicted in Newsmax, Miss. Gov. Will Name First Woman Senator

As we reported at the time, MS is the lone state in the nation never to have had a woman USA senator, governor, or USA representative. Whoever Bryant appoints will run in the special election, which will be held on November 6, Chandler said.

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  • Germany reassures Ireland over Brexit border impasse
Germany reassures Ireland over Brexit border impasse

Merkel said Germany and the European Union would continue talks with the United States on trade. "We also condemn that in the strongest terms". The election, which came after four years in which Merkel's conservative Union bloc and the center-left Social Democrats had an overwhelming majority, weakened the governing parties and saw the anti-mig...

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  • Pop stars to play first North Korean concert in a decade
Pop stars to play first North Korean concert in a decade

Red Velvet is the highest-charting Korean girl group ever on the World Albums chart and, with four chart-topping albums, are tied with several other K-pop acts for the most No. To recall, North Korea sent its own performers to South Korea for the sports gathering. The April event is also, notably, the first solo performance from a female K-p...

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  • More Trouble For
More Trouble For "Petro" As President Trump Bans The Venezuelan Cryptocurrency

Because it is illegal for Venezuelan citizens to purchase foreign currencies, petro is inaccessible to the vast majority of the country's population. It is the first funding by the US government's main aid agency to help Venezuela's neighbors deal with the influx of hundreds of thousands of people trying to escape hunger and poverty in Venezuel...

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  • Israel admits bombing suspected Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007
Israel admits bombing suspected Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007

The reactor, believed to have been built with North Korean designs and materials, was created to produce weapons-grade plutonium for Syrian dictator Hafez al-Assad to develop a nuclear arsenal on Israel's border. The attack, dubbed "Outside the Box" by military command, was long believed to have occurred, but was never officially confirmed by ...

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  • Weathercast: Cooler temps all week, chance of snow Wednesday
Weathercast: Cooler temps all week, chance of snow Wednesday

The heaviest snowfall in the eastern storm should occur across the higher elevations of the Appalachians and into portions of New Jersey, the New York City metropolitan region and southern New England, the National Weather Service said.

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  • Special CBI Court to pronounce verdict in Fodder scam case
Special CBI Court to pronounce verdict in Fodder scam case

In 2013, Prasad was convicted in the first fodder scam case involving withdrawal of Rs 37.7 crore from the Chaibasa treasury and sentenced to five years in jail while Mishra was given a prison term of four years. Jailed Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav was admitted to a hospital in Rachi on Saturday after he complained of chest pain...

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  • Judge won't dismiss 'Apprentice' contestant suit vs. Donald Trump
Judge won't dismiss 'Apprentice' contestant suit vs. Donald Trump

Constitution because it's too much of a distraction for the nation's chief executive to face civil claims in state court. "We are grateful for the opportunity to prove that that defendant falsely branded Ms. And in the case of Donald Trump , it turns out that a legal precedent set by a small, dedicated group of Republicans who had it out for...

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  • Former Playboy Model Sues Company That Didn't Publish Affair With Donald Trump
Former Playboy Model Sues Company That Didn't Publish Affair With Donald Trump

However, no articles about the alleged affair have been published by American Media and now McDougal is suing to be released from a clause in the contract requiring her silence on the issue. McDougal gave her story to the National Enquirer in exchange for the money, but the publication engaged in what is known as a "catch and kill", in which the...

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  • Russian Elections: Putin wins fourth term in landslide victory
Russian Elections: Putin wins fourth term in landslide victory

With nearly all districts reporting in and counted, Putin garnered about 76.7 percent of the total vote, the highest proportion in any presidential election since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. According to BBC, Mr Putin, who has ruled the country as either president or prime minister since 1999, got more than 76% of the vote, official re...

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