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People Child at center of legal fight has died, her family says
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Monday. A nine-year-old girl at the centre of a life support battle in Texas has "passed naturally", her parents say. After suffering cardiac arrest in September, Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth declared 9-year-old Payton Summons brain dead.

People Kerryn Phelps kicks Liberals into minority government
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There are concerns the government could be ravaged by chaos if Dr Phelps is elected and the prospect of a hung parliament looms. "We have paid a great price for the events of a few months ago", Mr Morrison said, referring to the former Wentworth member Malcolm Turnbull being deposed as prime minister after a bloody internal coup.

People New research shows more crashes in marijuana-legal states
Author: 0 New research shows more crashes in marijuana-legal states

HLDI analysts estimate the frequency of collision insurance claims rose a combined 6 percent following the start of retail sales of recreational marijuana in the four mentioned states - in comparison with claims in Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.

People Saudi Arabia admits critic Khashoggi killed in Istanbul consulate
Author: 0 Saudi Arabia admits critic Khashoggi killed in Istanbul consulate

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who has called for strong sanctions against Saudi Arabia for its party in Khashoggi's death, expressed doubt about the official Saudi explanation. " I do, I do ", Trump said when asked if the Saudis' explanation was credible, while adding: "It's early, we haven't finished our review or investigation ".

People Greece's foreign minister resigns
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Reportedly, Kotzias felt offended when Kammenos, who opposes a name change deal recently reached between Athens and Skopje (the so-called Prespa Agreement, after the name of the lake where it was signed), accused Kotzias of managing "secret funds".

People Trump threatens to close border to Mexico
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Multiple migrants, federal police and journalists were wounded as the crowd hurled rocks and other objects at the security cordon on the Mexican side, an AFP correspondent said. "Mexico's policy consists in respecting and protecting human rights" of migrants, Mexican Interior Minister Alfonso Navarrete said earlier this week.

Author: 0 Trump 'Threw Down the Gauntlet': Homan Says Border Shutdown 'Certainly an Option'

In April , Trump signed a proclamation to send the National Guard to the border to keep the migrants from entering the United States. According to the State Department , Pompeo's visit Friday will focus on the USMCA, immigration and the transition from the Peña Nieto administration to the incoming Andrés Manuel López Obrador administration.

People Lindsey Graham Rails Against Saudi Crown Prince: He's A 'Wrecking Ball'
Author: 0 Lindsey Graham Rails Against Saudi Crown Prince: He's A 'Wrecking Ball'

Trump himself said without offering evidence that the slaying could have been carried out by "rogue killers", offering the US -allied kingdom a possible path out of a global diplomatic firestorm. He then said "I can never do business with Saudi Arabia again until we get this behind us", then clarified "I'm not going back to Saudi Arabia as long as this guy is in charge".

Author: 0 Top White House Staffers Get Into 'Profanity-Laced' Shouting Match

Trump has been angered recently by reports of a migrant caravan formed in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on Saturday that is heading to the US carrying thousands of migrants, organizers say. Bush. " I've not heard about it. No ", Trump told reporters Thursday afternoon when asked about the fight, before departing to Montana for a campaign rally.

People Crimea college tragedy: What we know so far
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In this image made from video, showing the scene as emergency services load an injured person onto a truck, in Kerch, Crimea, Oct. 17, 2018. Aksyonov said that the shooter, identified as Vyacheslav Roslyakov, was alone in the school but added that authorities believe that there may have been someone who was helping him plot the attack.

People United States charges Russian for conspiracy to interfere in elections
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A Russian woman has been charged by the United States government with interfering in the 2018 midterm elections. The complaint said Khusyaynova was the chief accountant for Project Lakhta, which it said was funded by Russian oligarch Evgeny Viktorovich Prigozhin and two companies he controls, Concord Management and Consulting LLC and Concord Catering.

People Pompeo visits Turkey in bid to defuse Khashoggi outcry
Author: 0 Pompeo visits Turkey in bid to defuse Khashoggi outcry

On Saturday, when asked about what options Trump would consider to "punish" Saudi Arabia if the murder allegations were true, the president said he was not keen to limit arms sales to the kingdom - a position he has previously voiced.

People 'Toxic materials' looked for at Saudi Consulate - 10/16/2018 5:38:45 AM
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And the question still remains; Why, When, Who, What & How did Jamal Khashoggi "vanished" from the Saudi Arabia Consulate in Istanbul , Turkey on October 12th, 2018? Amid the geopolitical positioning, Jamal Khashoggi's family is calling for an independent and impartial global commission to find out what happened to him.

People Facebook hires Nick Clegg as head of global affairs, says report
Author: 0 Facebook hires Nick Clegg as head of global affairs, says report

Sir Nick Clegg will move to California in January. The BBC understands Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg were personally involved in the recruitment. It comes as Mark Zuckerberg seeks to fix the company's reputation amid rows over transparency and the role of "fake news" on the platform following the 2016 Brexit referendum and the election of Donald Trump to US President in 2017.

People Condo owners vow to strip Trump name from building
Author: 0 Condo owners vow to strip Trump name from building

According to an email from the condo board sent to owners Wednesday, 69.3 percent of unit owners voted in favor of taking down President Trump's name from the building's east and west facades, according to The Washington Post . The 377-unit tower was built in 1998 and owners agreed in 2000 to license the Trump brand, paying $1 in perpetuity for the naming rights. "We bought in the building with it".

People At least 50 killed as train runs over Dussehra revellers in Punjab
Author: 0 At least 50 killed as train runs over Dussehra revellers in Punjab

Reports said that the effigy was being burnt near the railway track when the accident took place. There were reportedly around 700 people at the accident spot. Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh announced compensation of Rs five lakh each to the kin of the deceased in the Amritsar train accident and said he was rushing to the spot to personally supervise rescue and relief operations.

People Trump again suggests sending troops to U.S. southern border
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A caravan of 3,000 migrants is moving north through Central America and toward the US southern border - on a collision course with the midterm elections, as yet another factor that could sway voters. Erika Guevara-Rosas of Amnesty International said in a statement: "Mexican authorities should not take a Trump approach treating people like a security threat".

People Saudi considers admitting Khashoggi died in botched op
Author: 0 Saudi considers admitting Khashoggi died in botched op

Trump has said he's unwilling to jeopardize USA arms sales to Saudi over the Khashoggi case, but he's also repeatedly promised to hold the perpetrators accountable. Saudi Arabia has already delved into the world of sport with purchases in both F1 and WWE - and football is already part of a wider political battle between the Gulf States.

People U.S. backs Ecumenical Patriarchate in church row
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Thus we also cannot participate in communion with the Church of Constantinople because the latter had violated the canons, invaded the canonical territory of the Russian Orthodox Church of Ukraine. Ukraine's President, Petro Poroshenko, said the religious move marks an "apogee of Ukrainian sovereignty" and "an end to Ukraine's colonized relationship with Russian Federation".

People US, Saudi Arabia agree on 'thorough' investigation of journalist's disappearance
Author: 0 US, Saudi Arabia agree on 'thorough' investigation of journalist's disappearance

Pompeo told reporters that the United States wants to give the Saudis "space" to come up with their reckonings into what occurred October 2 after Khashoggi entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Nils Melzer, the United Nations special investigator on torture, said that if Turkey and Saudi Arabia can't conduct "a credible and objective investigation", then worldwide involvement may be needed.

People Donald Trump to Honduras: Stop Migrant Caravan or Lose Aid
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Honduran migrants who are traveling to the U.S.as a group get a free ride in the back of a driver's truck as they make their way through Zacapa, Guatemala, Wednesday, Oct. In May, the Trump administration announced it was ending a temporary protected status program covering about 60,000 Hondurans in the U.S. They were first given that status after the massive Category 5 Hurricane Mitch in 1999 under President Bill Clinton.

People European Union demands more Brexit progress despite British PM's plea
Author: 0 European Union demands more Brexit progress despite British PM's plea

The 27 leaders then refused to sign off on a special November summit planned to seal the divorce deal, pushing any agreement back to a December summit - just four months before Brexit . But Theresa May and her European Union counterparts are running out of time as the clock ticks down towards Brexit day on 29 March 2019. But it would not have representation in European Union institutions.

People Prince Harry climbs Sydney Harbor Bridge to kick off Invictus Games
Author: 0 Prince Harry climbs Sydney Harbor Bridge to kick off Invictus Games

The pair are next returning to Sydney, Australia , where they started the tour, for more engagements before a four-day break next week. "It's great to be back in Australia, and especially even more so, this is my wife's first trip here, so I'm very excited to show her this incredible country of yours", Harry said.

People Trump Praises Montana Congressman for Body Slamming Reporter
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At a campaign rally in Missoula Thursday, Trump lauded Rep. Greg Gianforte , who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault for an attack on Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs . He paid a $385 fine and completed 40 hours of community service and 20 hours of anger management counseling. I know Montana pretty well. "Not just once but twice tonight the president is making jokes about assaulting reporters while the whole world is demanding answers about the murder of a journalist who died in the most ...

People Daesh took 700 hostages in Syria, including foreigners, Putin says
Author: 0 Daesh took 700 hostages in Syria, including foreigners, Putin says

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club in Sochi, Russia , on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. Emphasizing that the terrorists promised to shoot 10 people every day and 10 others were shot on Wednesday, Putin said he wondered why the USA and the European Union were staying silent on the issue.

People Israel's Supreme Court overturns deportation of Florida student
Author: 0 Israel's Supreme Court overturns deportation of Florida student

Alqasem says she left SJP in 2017 and is no longer part of the BDS movement. Lara Alqasem travelled from Florida to Tel Aviv on a student visa on 2 October and has since been held at an airport detention centre pending her appeals. Ben Hillel said that his client had explicitly stated at earlier proceedings in the case that she is not a BDS activist, and would not call for an anti-Israel boycott.

People Pope gets invite to North Korea, indicates will consider it
Author: 0 Pope gets invite to North Korea, indicates will consider it

Interested in Pope Francis? South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his wife Kim Jung-sook, right, meet Pope Francis during a private audience at the Vatican. North Korea's constitution guarantees freedom of religion as long as it does not undermine the state. But both sides will set up guard posts at the entry points to prevent defections, and for now North and South Korean civilians will visit the JSA at different times to prevent them running into each other.

People Pressure turns to Mexico as migrant caravan heads for border
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Donald Trump has threatened to send the USA military to close the border with Mexico in angry early-morning tweets . As POTUS tweeted, a caravan of about 4K Honduran migrants continues its trek toward the United States. As a matter both USA and global law, asylum is only available to those fleeing persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group.

People US Jerusalem consulate merger draws Palestinian anger
Author: 0 US Jerusalem consulate merger draws Palestinian anger

The closure of the consulate general means that Palestinian affairs will now come under the direction of the United States ambassador to Israel , the BBC's James Reynolds in Jerusalem says. Abbas said he gave Lauder, who was once close to Netanyahu and is a friend of Trump, his commitment to participate in the channel of communication, but that nothing ever came of it, Beilin told The Times of Israel at the time.