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People Gillum and DeSantis trade increasingly personal blows during second Florida gubernatorial debate
Author: 0 Gillum and DeSantis trade increasingly personal blows during second Florida gubernatorial debate

During the debate, DeSantis deflected all allegations. After the clip of Gillum's precision takedown on Wednesday began to circulate on Twitter , DeSantis was widely ridiculed. An FBI undercover agent posing as a developer may have paid expenses related to a fundraising dinner for Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum , according to documents released Friday.

People Second suspicious package sent to Biden - USA
Author: 0 Second suspicious package sent to Biden - USA

Barack Obama: Authorities intercepted suspicious device sent to Obama's Washington , DC home early on Wednesday. The official wasn't authorized to discuss an ongoing investigation publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity.

People Erdogan says Saudis planned murder of Jamal Khashoggi
Author: 0 Erdogan says Saudis planned murder of Jamal Khashoggi

Turkey will monitor the case and will do everything necessary to let the murderer shed light, he pledged. Khashoggi , who was a columnist for The Washington Post , died inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul earlier this month. He says the president will make a decision that reflects the values and national security interests of the nation and will also "make sure the world knows the truth".

People Knife-wielding woman stabs 14 children in China kindergarten
Author: 0 Knife-wielding woman stabs 14 children in China kindergarten

The 39-year-old assailant used a kitchen knife to slashed students while they were returning to the classroom after morning exercises, said the Banan district public security bureau in Chongqing city on its official social media account. Knife attacks targeting schoolchildren are not uncommon in China, which has seen a slew of deadly incidents over the past few years. A screenshot of a WeChat group said "a woman and her husband were arguing, and to take revenge against society she stabbed ...

People Saudi conference ends with $56bn of deals amid partial boycott
Author: 0 Saudi conference ends with $56bn of deals amid partial boycott

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Saudi officials planned to murder journalist Jamal Khashoggi days before his death in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate. The Turkish president, while noting that worldwide law and the Vienna convention gave diplomatic immunity to the consulate building and its staff, said a full investigation must be carried out by a neutral party to hold those culpable to account.

People Israeli jets hit 80 targets in Gaza amid rocket fire and protests
Author: 0 Israeli jets hit 80 targets in Gaza amid rocket fire and protests

Israeli aircraft have struck dozens of militant sites across the Gaza Strip as militants fired some 30 rockets into Israel. "At least 14 rockets were fired from Gaza at Israeli civilians", military spokesman Lt. It added that 170 other protesters sustained various injuries. The IDF said it destroyed 80 Hamas targets. Also on Friday, a Palestinian man was killed by Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank.

People Rahul leads opposition protest outside CBI headquarters
Author: 0 Rahul leads opposition protest outside CBI headquarters

It said for the time being, no monitoring by anyone else should be allowed. The angry reaction by the IB reportedly prompted the Delhi Police to send the two PSOs to a safe location. A three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi , while hearing a petition filed by Mr Verma challenging the government's decision to send him on, said, "The ongoing inquiry by the CVC with regard to director must be completed within two weeks under the supervision of a judge of this court".

People Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu makes rare visit to Oman
Author: 0 Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu makes rare visit to Oman

Qassemi made the remarks on Friday in response to a question regarding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's unannounced trip to Oman a day earlier. Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas also visited Oman this week, according to the official Palestinian news agency Wafa. In addition, United States sanctions on Iran are to soon go into effect after the Trump administration, with strong Israeli support, backed out of the global nuclear agreement with Iran negotiated by the Obama ...

People French 'Spider-Man' charged over London skyscraper climb
Author: 0 French 'Spider-Man' charged over London skyscraper climb

He has been arrested around 120 times for similar stunts since he began climbing buildings 20 years ago, his manager said. "I'm not insane", he told Sky News before the climb. Anyone who says they're not insane definitely are, let's put it that way. Adeela Khan, defending Robert, said he had "no intention or foresight" of the disruption he could cause.

People Bombs, envelopes provided crucial clues to capture pipe bomb suspect
Author: 0 Bombs, envelopes provided crucial clues to capture pipe bomb suspect

The FBI also has acknowledged there may be more improvised explosive devices still moving through the mail toward other targets that haven't yet arrived. Other charges of larceny, grand theft and fraud soon followed across the southern part of the state. A handwritten note in his bankruptcy report reads: "Lives w/mom".

People Prospects for Trump-Xi Deal Fade Even With G-20 Meeting Confirmed
Author: 0 Prospects for Trump-Xi Deal Fade Even With G-20 Meeting Confirmed

Since September 24, the United States has imposed tariffs of 10 per cent on some $ 200 billion worth of Chinese goods and products, the third phase of trade sanctions levied by Washington on the Asian giant. USA and Chinese officials have been discussing a meeting between the two leaders at the G-20 for months and the South China Morning Post reported last week that they had tentatively agreed to a session.

People Beto O'Rourke has spent $5 million on Facebook ads
Author: 0 Beto O'Rourke has spent $5 million on Facebook ads

Facebook's analysis shows as the midterm elections approached, numerous top spenders were high-profile candidates such as Rep. Beto O'Rourte in Texas and well-known advocacy groups like Planned Parenthood. ExxonMobil has spent more than Dollars 2.1 million since May for ads that have promoted offshore drilling. Recently, Facebook said it had removed 68 pages and 43 accounts associated with a Brazilian marketing group, Raposo Fernandes Associados (RFA), for violating the social media ...

People Sri Lanka’s ex-president Rajapaksa sworn in as prime minister
Author: 0 Sri Lanka’s ex-president Rajapaksa sworn in as prime minister

Maithripala Sirisena installed Sri Lanka's controversial former strongman leader Mahinda Rajapakse as the country's new prime minister Friday, in a shock move that plunged the island into an unprecedented constitutional crisis. He was elected as president largely thanks to the backing of Wickremesinghe's United National Party (UNP). Last week, they reportedly clashed during a cabinet session over plans to lease a container terminal to neighbouring India.

People Queen Maxima kisses the Queen during State Visit
Author: 0 Queen Maxima kisses the Queen during State Visit

The Dutch king and queen on Tuesday began a state visit to Britain that will include full ceremonial honors and a gala banquet. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands have wrapped up their United Kingdom state visit with a meeting in Downing Street hosted by British Prime Minister Theresa May and a formal farewell with Britain's Queen Elizabeth.

People Magna Carta: Man tries to steal charter from Salisbury Cathedral with hammer
Author: 0 Magna Carta: Man tries to steal charter from Salisbury Cathedral with hammer

Alarms were activated at Salisbury Cathedral shortly before 5pm yesterday after someone tried to smash the glass box surrounding the historic document, Wiltshire Police said today. "They then held onto him with hands behind his back whilst they picked up the hammer". "Staff were alerted and police were called", Wiltshire police said.

People US sails warships in Taiwan Strait, East Asia News & Top Stories
Author: 0 US sails warships in Taiwan Strait, East Asia News & Top Stories

Beijing opposed displays of strength and provocation in the South China Sea by "nations from outside the region" carried out under the pretence of protecting freedom of flight and navigation, he added. "We urge the US side to strictly abide by the three China-US joint communiques and properly handle Taiwan-related issues so as to avoid impairing the bilateral relationship as well as peace and stability across the Taiwan Straits", the spokeswoman said.

People Trump says 'bringing out the military' to protect USA border
Author: 0 Trump says 'bringing out the military' to protect USA border

The same could well happen this time around as some turn back, splinter off on their own or decide to take their chances on asylum in Mexico - as 1,128 have done so far, according to the country's Interior Department. "However, in situations where Congress has not gone into specifics, an administration has a considerable amount of flexibility about how exactly it spends the allocated budget - although it has to notify Congress of its intentions".

People Abe's China visit expected to promote ties, boost cooperation
Author: 0 Abe's China visit expected to promote ties, boost cooperation

Japanese media have reported Abe is hoping that his visit will produce a bigger bonanza in the form of some panda diplomacy, with zoos in Sendai and Kobe apparently angling for new additions. Abe is accompanied on the trip by Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono, Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Hiroshige Seko and a large number of business leaders.

People Possible tsunami warning after 6.8 quake off Greece
Author: 0 Possible tsunami warning after 6.8 quake off Greece

Geological Survey says the epicenter of the 6.8 magnitude quake was 35.9 kilometres southwest of Lithakia in the southern part of the island. It had a depth of 14 kilometers and struck just before 2 a.m. A 6.8 natural disaster is listed by the USGS as "very strong" with the potential for "moderate" damage. The Athens quake observatory said the tremor was felt strongly in Zante, a popular holiday destination with its own worldwide airport.

People 18 killed as Jordan flash flood sweeps away students on trip
Author: 0 18 killed as Jordan flash flood sweeps away students on trip

Police were investigating whether the trip organizers lied to participants about the safety of the trail they planned to take amid unseasonably heavy rains as well as about their coordination with relevant authorities, who had issued flash flood warnings for the areas.

People Donald Trump praises Saudi Prince Mohammad Bin Salman as 'strong person'
Author: 0 Donald Trump praises Saudi Prince Mohammad Bin Salman as 'strong person'

Mr Al-Jubeir echoed President Donald Trump's warnings against rushing to judgment against Saudi leaders, saying "there is the presumption of innocence until proven guilty", and that some have "turned that upside down". Turkish investigators had concluded days ago that Khashoggi was killed and dismembered by a Saudi team dispatched to Istanbul. In this case already detained 18 citizens of Saudi Arabia, sacked the Royal Advisor, Saud al-Qahtani and Deputy head of Saudi intelligence Ahmad ...

People Mattis expected to send hundreds of troops to border
Author: 0 Mattis expected to send hundreds of troops to border

President Trump on Thursday urged the thousands of migrants who are snaking their way through Mexico to the USA to "go back to your Country" - warning that they won't be allowed across the border . This deployment is separate from an ongoing National Guard effort along the border to support border authorities with technical assistance. President Trump has vowed to "call up the U.S.

People President of Turkey, Saudi Crown Prince hold phone conversation
Author: 0 President of Turkey, Saudi Crown Prince hold phone conversation

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said , shortly afterwards, that the usa "will punish those responsible" and is revoking visas of 21 identified suspects. Sarah Leah Whitson, the executive director of Human Rights Watch's Middle East and North Africa division, said that Salah Khashoggi and his family left the Saudi capital of Riyadh on Thursday after a travel ban on him was lifted.

People Saudis Come Close to Admitting Khashoggi's Murder Was Planned
Author: 0 Saudis Come Close to Admitting Khashoggi's Murder Was Planned

Cavusoglu said Turkey had no intention of taking the Khashoggi case to an worldwide court but would share information if an global inquiry were launched. The Foreign Ministry did not say what led the Saudi prosecutor to draw that conclusion, only that it was based on information shared by Turkish investigators working with Saudi officials in Turkey.

People Putin hopes to save nuclear deal during talks with Trump
Author: 0 Putin hopes to save nuclear deal during talks with Trump

That trust proffered in a season of giving is now collapsing. Pulling out of a historic US-Russia arms treaty endangers life on Earth, Mikhail Gorbachev warned Donald Trump yesterday. But the differences between the Iran and Russian Federation cases are also significant. Bolton has said that Britain, Japan, and other countries supported the United States position.

People GOP Tries To Use Gillum's Hamilton Ticket Debacle As Battering Ram
Author: 0 GOP Tries To Use Gillum's Hamilton Ticket Debacle As Battering Ram

New York Times columnist Frank Bruni also dismissed that a "single " Hamilton " ticket" is going to ruin Gillum's campaign. "Where is the evidence of where you went, and how our money was spent to be a junket for you to go to NY and hang out with faux news and friends?" DeSantis argued that Gillum's explanations didn't make sense - and suggested the corruption probe was hitting closer to home than Gillum cared to admit.

People Ethiopia appoints Africa's only female president
Author: 0 Ethiopia appoints Africa's only female president

She will become the first female head of state since the coming into power of the current government led by EPRDF. During her diplomatic career, Zewde was also head of the United Nations office to Kenya and has acted as Ethiopia's ambassador to several countries including France, Djibouti and Senegal.

People China blasts Trump phone hack report as 'fake news'
Author: 0 China blasts Trump phone hack report as 'fake news'

Trump was responding to a New York Times report saying spies are eavesdropping on calls he makes on unsecured iPhones . In a tweet , he insisted he only used government-approved phones. "Seeing this report, I feel there are those in America who are working all-out to win the Oscar for best screenplay", Hua said. China has been listening in on Mr Trump's calls in an effort to predict his policy moves to avoid escalating a trade war, intelligence officials told the USA newspaper.

People Japan confirms ID of journalist freed from 3 yrs. of Syrian captivity
Author: 0 Japan confirms ID of journalist freed from 3 yrs. of Syrian captivity

A war monitoring group said he was most recently held by a group which comprises mostly of Chinese foreign fighters. The Japanese government had called for cooperation from Qatar and Turkey through the International Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Collection Unit, launched in 2015, to gather information on global militant groups.

People Man sets home on fire after using blowtorch to kill spiders
Author: 0 Man sets home on fire after using blowtorch to kill spiders

A tenant accidentally set his house on fire after using a blowtorchto try to kill spiders. Around 11 p.m. Tuesday, the Fresno Fire Department responded to a fire at a home in northeast Fresno, KFSN-TV reported. Tony Escobedo with the Fresno City Fire Department said the resident was killing black widow spiders with a blowtorch outside of the house. This type of spider isn't aggressive and their bites are rare but can be extremely painful.

Author: 0 NATO chief calls arms buildup unlikely, Putin warns Europe

The treaty was signed by U.S. president Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, prohibiting the USA and Russian Federation from possessing, producing or test-flying ground-launched nuclear cruise and ballistic missiles with a range of 500 to 5,500km.