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People Russia slams Austria for ‘unfounded accusations’ in spy row
Author: 0 Russia slams Austria for ‘unfounded accusations’ in spy row

The alleged agent is a retired colonel who was believed to have spied for Moscow in the 1990s. In turn, Moscow summoned the Austrian Ambassador Johannes Aigner in the Russian Ministry of foreign Affairs. The SVR, Russia's foreign intelligence service, has refused to comment on the Austrian Chancellor's accusations. According to the publication, for their services Colonel from Salzburg received about 300 thousand euros.

People More than 20 dead in California wildfire
Author: 0 More than 20 dead in California wildfire

The Camp Fire in Northern California has killed 23 people and burned 105,000 acres. More than 2,200 firefighters are battling the fire. The Woolsey Fire, a brush fire that started Thursday some 500 miles south, grew more than twice its size from Friday to Saturday, spanning 70,000 acres.

People Trump Almost Hired Matthew Whitaker to Legally Attack Mueller
Author: 0 Trump Almost Hired Matthew Whitaker to Legally Attack Mueller

Whitaker wrote an op-ed article saying Mueller would be straying outside his mandate if he investigated Trump family finances. President Trump went on to say Whitaker will make an outstanding acting attorney general at the DOJ. Mr Whitaker was a legal commentator before joining the Justice Department past year, and he echoed the United States president by warning the probe could become a " witch hunt " and that Mr Trump's finances should not be investigated, calling that a "red line".

People Melbourne attacker was inspired by ISIS
Author: 0 Melbourne attacker was inspired by ISIS

Raheem said everyone who knew the family was shocked and felt hatred towards Shire Ali for bringing their faith into disrepute. Witnesses told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that a four-speed utility truck sped down Bourke Street in the southern Australia city's central business district and crashed after missing a tram.

People Nelson says Scott is afraid to count all votes
Author: 0 Nelson says Scott is afraid to count all votes

The Scott campaign was swift in attacking Nelson. After the cut-off, the Senate race between outgoing Republican governor Rick Scott and incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson was extremely close: Scott's lead stood at just 12,562 votes out of almost 8.2 million cast, a margin of just 0.15 percent.

People Michelle Obama slams Trump in new book
Author: 0 Michelle Obama slams Trump in new book

She says she has a "phenomenal marriage" and "we work on our marriage". She added: 'That's one of the reasons why I think it's important to talk to young mothers about the fact that miscarriages happen'. Obama has a new memoir, Becoming , coming out November 13, which contains more information on her "journey to motherhood", according to GMA . The Harvard-trained lawyer said her marriage has benefitted greatly from therapy.

People Democrats celebrate House win, while Trump hails elections a 'tremendous success'
Author: 0 Democrats celebrate House win, while Trump hails elections a 'tremendous success'

The Kremlin says the results of Tuesday's midterm elections are not going to hurt ties between Russian Federation and the USA because they are bad as it is. The party picked up seats across the map but some of the campaign's biggest Democratic stars lost. US President Trump said in a statement on Wednesday that if Democrats in the US House of Representatives start to investigate him and his administration, he will make sure Republicans in the Senate investigate the Democratic Party.

People Bells will toll on November 11th
Author: 0 Bells will toll on November 11th

The U.S. World War I Commission is holding a number of events this year, celebrating the 100th year of the Armistice. When Candians hear the bells toll on November 11, the legion encourages them to take a moment to pause and remember all those who have served and sacrificed.

People Donald Trump Dragged For Skipping WWI Cemetery Visit Due To Rain
Author: 0 Donald Trump Dragged For Skipping WWI Cemetery Visit Due To Rain

Trump arrived in Paris for World War 1 commemorations on Friday night blasting what he termed " very insulting " remarks from Macron who had mentioned the USA alongside China, Russia as national security threats earlier this week. Presidents Obama and Bush both made trips to combat zones swiftly within their first terms but Trump has yet to do so despite being in office for almost two years.

People EU envoy says 'much more work' needed to clinch Brexit deal
Author: 0 EU envoy says 'much more work' needed to clinch Brexit deal

Parliament and European Parliament to sign off on it. Meanwhile the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, told reporters in Slovakia that "we are not there yet". Speaking to a conference of the centre-right European People's Party (EPP) in Finland, Mr Barnier said: "The European project is fragile, it is under threat, it is perishable and at the same time it is vital".

People AG Becerra Hails Victory for Dreamers Following Ninth Circuit Decision on DACA
Author: 0 AG Becerra Hails Victory for Dreamers Following Ninth Circuit Decision on DACA

The three-judge panel of the 9U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voted unanimously to uphold a preliminary injunction that said President Donald Trump could not end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program . Today's decision exemplifies the importance of the courts in protecting our rights and reminds us why we must continue to fight against President Trump's efforts to stack the courts with narrow-minded elitists pursuing a right-wing ideology.

People Australia to increase military and police cooperation in Pacific
Author: 0 Australia to increase military and police cooperation in Pacific

Morrison said Australia would also expand its diplomatic presence in the Pacific, posting staff to Palau, the Marshall Islands, French Polynesia, Niue and the Cook Islands. 8, 2018. But China's growing ties, including substantial low-interest loans to some countries, have prompted concerns in Canberra that small nations such as Vanuatu or Tonga may fall into a debt trap and are unable to repay loans and may become politically indebted to Beijing.

People Brexit: UK, EU Reportedly Reach Consensus on Backstop Review Clause
Author: 0 Brexit: UK, EU Reportedly Reach Consensus on Backstop Review Clause

In such circumstances, he argued, there must be a second European Union referendum, he said . "To present the nation with a choice between two deeply unattractive outcomes, vassalage and chaos , is a failure of British statecraft on a scale unseen since the Suez crisis ", he wrote, adding that from the work of his own Department he was aware that a no-deal scenario could threaten the country's access to fresh food and medicine.

People The DUP are not happy with Theresa May over border plan
Author: 0 The DUP are not happy with Theresa May over border plan

Mr Varadkar's comments came after a leaked letter from Theresa May to the Democratic Unionist Party suggested a border down the Irish Sea could be included in the withdrawal agreement. Tensions between Mrs May and her DUP allies have been exposed amid concerns about measures aimed at avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland .

People Mogadishu bombings death toll rises to over 40
Author: 0 Mogadishu bombings death toll rises to over 40

Two vehicle bombs exploded near the Sahafi Hotel and the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) on Friday afternoon, before a third bomb, placed in a three-wheeled "tuk-tuk", exploded on a busy street near the hotel. "Abdifatah Abdirashid, the hotel owner, and three of his bodyguards died", Abdiqani said. "There was chaos after the blast". The blasts appeared to be suicide bombs that detonated near the perimeter wall of the hotel.

People Gunman apparently stopped shooting to post online, official says
Author: 0 Gunman apparently stopped shooting to post online, official says

He attacked his high school track coach. According to Colell, she found the phone and was attempting to see who owned it, when Long blew up at her. "There were signs and the administration knew it". She claims she had run-ins with then-sprinter Long that convinced her that he was "mentally disturbed" and had "anger issues" before he left to join the U.S.

Author: 0 Floods kill 7 in Jordan and force tourists to flee Petra

At least nine people, including a young girl, were killed as flash floods engulfed multiple cities in Jordan on Friday, a government official said. Authorities said Friday search was ongoing for several missing persons in Madaba governorate.

People Deadly fire levelled California town in less than a day
Author: 0 Deadly fire levelled California town in less than a day

The Camp Fire ignited Thursday and evolved into the most fierce of the wind-driven fires in what has been one of the worst years for wildfires in California. West tweeted on Friday that "our family is safe and close". Mandatory evacuations were already in effect north of the 101 Freeway from Valley Vista to Reyes Adobe (areas of Agoura Hills, Calabasas and Westlake Village).

People Canada apologizes for turning away Nazi era ship of Jews
Author: 0 Canada apologizes for turning away Nazi era ship of Jews

We've got more newsletters we think you'll find interesting. In May 2016, six months after taking office, he stood in parliament to apologise to the descendents of hundreds of passengers of the Komagata Maru, a Japanese vessel carrying Sikh, Muslim and Hindu migrants who were refused entry into Canada under 1914 immigration laws.

People Jamal Khashoggi murder: Turkey 'shared Khashoggi tapes' with Saudi, US
Author: 0 Jamal Khashoggi murder: Turkey 'shared Khashoggi tapes' with Saudi, US

While the regime has so far fired several officials in relations to the case, many find Riyadh's explanation inadequate given its long history of killing anti-regime dissidents. MBS said in March that the kingdom would go after nuclear weapons if Iran acquires them. Turkey has given recordings on the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi to Saudi Arabia, the United States, Germany, France, and Britain, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday.

People 'Melbourne knife attacker inspired by Isis but did not have direct links'
Author: 0 'Melbourne knife attacker inspired by Isis but did not have direct links'

A burnt out vehicle is seen in Bourke St.in Melbourne , Australia , on November 9, 2018. Nevertheless, members of the public have been heaping praise on Trolley Man for his bravery. One listener said he could see a white sheet over a body. All of the victims were men, Ashton said. "He was breathing and he was bleeding out".

People US to halt refueling of Saudi-led coalition aircraft
Author: 0 US to halt refueling of Saudi-led coalition aircraft

David Miliband, who is a former British foreign secretary and member of parliament, said while the journalist's death was tragic, worldwide focus on Khashoggi's murder should be switched to actions of Saudi Arabia in Yemen, where millions of lives are affected.

People 5 people found dead in vehicles torched by fire
Author: 0 5 people found dead in vehicles torched by fire

The Camp Fire , which broke out on Thursday at the edge of the Plumas National Forest northeast of Sacramento , has since blackened more than 90,000 acres and was only 5 percent contained as of nightfall on Friday. As of Friday morning, evacuation centers were set up at Thousand Oaks High School, at 2323 North Moorpark Road; the Borchard Community Center at 190 Reino Road in Newbury Park; and Camarillo Community Center at 1605 Burnley St.

Author: 0 Minister Jo Johnson quits over Brexit and calls for new vote

Calling for a second referendum to be held on Brexit, Mr Johnson denounced the choice between her deal or no-deal as a "failure of British statecraft on a scale unseen since the Suez crisis" that had left Britain facing "vassalage" or "chaos".

People Father confirms son, 22, was among Thousand Oaks shooting victims
Author: 0 Father confirms son, 22, was among Thousand Oaks shooting victims

The sheriff said Long drove to the bar and shot an unarmed security guard who was standing outside before opening fire at random inside. He died at a hospital early Thursday. But he declined to engage on questions on whether the nation needed stricter gun control laws. "It feels like a dream, and I wish that I can just wake up from it and hear from both of them again", Piasecki said.

People Sri Lankan Parliament dissolved; General Election on Jan 5
Author: 0 Sri Lankan Parliament dissolved; General Election on Jan 5

The 225-seat parliament will end at midnight Friday and a new one will meet January 17 after a vote January 5, according to a presidential announcement. Despite Sirisena claiming Monday he had the support of 113 legislators in his bid to swap Wickremesinghe for Rajapaksa, the United People's Freedom Alliance-the political bloc led by the Sri Lanka Freedom Party-admitted that it only had "104 or 105 MPs" on its side, as AFP reported.

People China open for trade talks with US
Author: 0 China open for trade talks with US

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the US has told China that that the American military will "fly, sail and operate wherever global law allows". The United States also took Beijing's military to task over its assertive posture in the dispute-rife South China Sea , which has witnessed a series of incidents including the buzzing of a US Navy surveillance aircraft a year ago by a Chinese warplane.

People At least 9 dead as fire incinerates Northern California town
Author: 0 At least 9 dead as fire incinerates Northern California town

The vehicles with the deceased were found close to each other and near a roadway that leads out of Paradise , California , which has been largely consumed by fire since Thursday. The massive blaze that hit Paradise spread north Friday, prompting officials to order the evacuation of Stirling City and Inskip, two communities north of Paradise along the Sierra Nevada foothills.

People Wife of disgraced Azeri banker detained in London
Author: 0 Wife of disgraced Azeri banker detained in London

She was granted bail last Tuesday but prosecutors lodged an appeal, arguing that she posed a flight risk. Hajiyev's husband Jahangir was jailed in 2016 for embezzling money from the International Bank of Azerbaijan, where he was chairman.

People Gov. Scott: Election officials trying to thwart will of Florida voters
Author: 0 Gov. Scott: Election officials trying to thwart will of Florida voters

Scott sought to clarify the exact number of votes cast in Broward County. If machine recounts are ordered, they must be completed by 3:00 p.m. November 15. He also sued the state of Florida, arguing successfully that polling places should be placed on college campuses. Various political figures beyond Scott have leveled charges against Snipes for her alleged actions.

People Florida man jumps into crocodile pit, suffers bite, escapes, gets arrested
Author: 0 Florida man jumps into crocodile pit, suffers bite, escapes, gets arrested

Mr Hatfield, who was already facing burglary and damaging property/criminal mischief charges, then chose to dive into a pond filled with crocodiles. Brandon Hatfield allegedly jumped a fence at St. Augustine, and Brueggen said it's the first time in the 125-year history of the alligator farm that someone jumped into an exhibit. While he was being transported to a nearby hospital, another 911 call came in, reporting the alligator farm break-in the previous evening, and authorities realized ...