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Sessions: Charlottesville attack is domestic terrorism

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Washington was on high alert just a few weeks ago over whether Mr Trump would fire Mr Sessions. He is suspected of involvement with one of the white nationalist groups participating in the Unite the Right rally. He will also meet with Mr Sessions and new FBI Director Christopher Wray about Charlottesville before heading to Trump Tower in NY. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says US Attorney Rick Mountcastle has begun the investigation and will have the full support of the Justice Department. Read More »

Ottawa eyed as potential site for 2026 World Cup matches

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Canada, U.S.A., and Mexico are working together to secure the tournament and have submitted a long list of 44 potential host cities. In Montreal, that would be Olympic Stadium and Saputo Stadium while in Toronto, games could be held in Rogers Centre or at BMO Field. Read More »

Indian troops foil China's incursion bid in Ladakh

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Indian Army's day-long wait for a last-minute miracle on the ceremonial border personnel meeting with the Chinese Army remained futile as the People's Liberation Army officials did not turn up at any of BPM points along the Sino-Indian border on Tuesday. Read More »

'Miracle' woman survives in wilderness for 28 days, loses 50lb

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She tried to find her way out but, deprived of food and water, she kept turning around in circles. She said she was forced to eat wild berries and mushrooms, as well as drinking from brooks and puddles. Theris told police that once she realized the men were going to commit a crime, she wanted nothing to do with the burglary and jumped out of their vehicle and ran into the woods. Read More »

North Korea Says It Won't Fire Missiles At Guam After All

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She said the European Union "and its member states will strengthen their diplomatic work by reaching out" to North Korea and South Korea, the US, China , Russia and Japan. Long-standing tensions over North Korea's nuclear programme worsened when it tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles in July. President Trump has previously chided China for not reining in North Korea , saying it could do "a lot more". Read More »

Lincoln Memorial tagged with vulgar graffiti

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Groups are attempting to expel the spray painting at the Lincoln Memorial utilizing a mellow, gel-based paint stripper that is alright for use on noteworthy stone. Restoration crews took nearly a month to remove the green paint at the time. The graffiti marks the second time this year that the Lincoln Memorial, one of Washington , D.C.'s major tourist attractions, was defaced. Read More »

Ezekiel Elliott's appeal will argue ex-girlfriend threatened to ruin his career

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The newspaper reports that Elliott's appeal will focus at least in part on threats made by Tiffany Thompson, Elliott's ex-girlfriend and the victim of an alleged string of domestic violence incidents the week of July 16, 2016. Elliott informed police Thompson called him "more than 50 times in less than eight hours", according to Deadspin . The league determined during the course of its investigation that it was likely Elliott had been violent toward the woman. Read More »

McMaster Won't Say If He Can Work With Steve Bannon

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President Donald Trump defended his chief strategist Steve Bannon on Tuesday, yet left the door open to further speculation as to whether he'll remain in the White House. His close, personal relationship with the president can't be ruled out, but his fate is the topic of intense internal discussions involving the president and inside and outside adivsers, in part because of Bannon's history of clashing with members of the national security team as well as top economic advisers. Read More »

Lahore HC issues contempt of court notice to Nawaz Sharif

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In his appeal, Sharif argued that Justice Khosa and Justice Ahmed's jurisdiction had expired after their dissenting judgement on April 20 and the July 28 decision should have been given by a three-member bench. The Supreme Court has passed an order on July 28 related to the leakage of Panama papers which made Nawaz stand disqualified to hold the Prime Ministerial post. Read More »

Aaron Carter opens up about his brother

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Apparently the online negativity was getting to him, and Carter announced he would be quitting social media for "a few months". "[The] negative comments really hurt, my music is about my relationships & my father that I just recently lost". Read More »

Aaron Carter Would Ask Tom Hardy, Adam Lambert On A Date

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Carter went on to explain that he first became aware of his attraction to other boys as a pre-teen, but kept his feelings to himself for several years. Aaron faced backlash on social media over his raw performance, which led him to announce he's taking a break from Twitter. "Be safe my loves", he wrote. Read More »

Big tree falls in Central Park, injuring woman and 3 kids

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The woman was hit in the head and was in and out of consciousness as the FDNY worked to remove the tree, spokesman Frank Dwyer said. "We've got a large tree down in Central Park". Authorities say the four had non-life-threatening injuries. A man who witnessed the incident told WNBC that the woman, whom he identified as the children's mother, was briefly knocked out, then regained consciousness and immediately asked about her children. Read More »

BC already has a healthy grizzly population: Rustad

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A public opinion poll conducted by Insights West in February 2017 found strong opposition to trophy hunting across Canada (80 per cent), including 90 per cent of British Columbians. "SCI chapters from CANADA and the United States of America banded together donating $60000.00". A 2012 report by Stanford University in conjunction with the Center for Responsible Travel found that bear viewing groups in the Great Bear Rainforest generated "more than 12 times more in visitor spending than bear ... Read More »

Post-Brexit customs deal 'must be close to the status quo'

And it said a future "customs partnership" could eliminate the need for a border for goods traveling between Britain and the EU. A time-limited transition, which Mr Davis told ITV News could be around two years, "will mean businesses on both sides of the Channel only have to adapt once to rule changes, the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) said". Read More »

Kovind: New India must have 'integral humanism'

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This is the first time that "integral humanism", the credo of BJP, figured in a presidential speech - a thread which marks the Sangh Parivar's current dominance. He said, "Nehruji taught us that the centuries-old heritage and traditions of India, which we are proud of today, is possible to harmonize with their technology, and those traditions can be helpful in the efforts of modern society". Read More »

Obama's message after Charlottesville tragedy gets record Twitter love

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A tweet from Barack Obama responding to the weekend's white nationalist violence is inching closer to becoming the most liked Twitter post of all time. Of course, current President Donald Trump also took to Twitter to address the situation, and while many might think of him as having questionable right-wing ideas, he used his power to condemn the shocking actions of the people involved. Read More »

Teacher says Charlottesville auto attacker idolised Hitler

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The auto attack on the counter-protesters occurred during a white nationalist rally. Fields was taken into custody the same day and would be appointed a lawyer, Judge Robert Downer said during the bond hearing Monday morning. The crowd was protesting a gathering of far-right activists who came to the city for an event called " Unite the Right ", starting on Friday. VIDEO: Charlottesville Solidarity Rallies Around the U.S. Read More »

Anti-Semitic signs at Switzerland hotel

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However، shortly after they settled in the hotel، they noticed a sign on the refrigerator saying that the Jewish guests were limited in using it. A hotel in Arosa, in the eastern Swiss canton of Graubünden, has made worldwide headlines for displaying signs singling out Jewish guests by asking them to shower before using the swimming pool. Read More »

Bezeq acting chairman freed after being questioned in bribery probe

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Israeli police said they were "investigating a number of suspects since the morning on suspicion that they worked systematically with the main suspect in order to produce and present fictitious contracts and transactions, including in the field of real estate in a foreign country, for the objective of money transfers and money laundering ". Read More »

Taliban Spokesman Pens Letter to Trump Urging Withdrawal from Afghanistan

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A senior Taliban official told Reuters the rare decision to address Trump directly was timed to coincide with the president's deliberations on the future of U.S. News this month said Trump had told Mattis and General Joe Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, they should replace General John Nicholson, who heads up U.S. Read More »

Holocaust memorial vandalized; 2nd time this summer

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Police were alerted around 6:40 pm and the boy was held down by two bystanders until they arrived. While it's not officially a hate crime yet - an investigation into the teen's motives is still ongoing - the Boston police did highlight that the act occurred soon after the horrifying events in Charlottesville that resulted in three dead . Read More »

Registered hate groups across United States near historic high

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With the ugliness in Charlottesville putting a spotlight on hate in this country, its important to remember the Southern Poverty Law Center has been working to teach tolerance, fight bigotry, and seek justice since 1971. The SPLC identified The Free American and ACT America as hate groups operating in Tucson. "Many of whom think groups like the Ku Klux Klan as being something in the history books, as to the reality that these groups really do still exist today", said Mark Potok of Southern ... Read More »

Hurricane Gert to head offshore as tropics get busy

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Swells generated by Gert will begin to affect portions of Bermuda and the U.S. East Coast — from North Carolina to NY — over the next couple of days. The storm could strengthen slightly over the next couple of days, but then begin to weaken as it heads into the North Atlantic. Read More »

North Korea Dashes South's Hopes for Better Ties

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But it also reported that leader Kim Jong Un would watch US conduct before giving his orders for the test. On Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump threatened that North Korea would be met with unprecedented " fire and fury and frankly power" if they continue to pose a threat. Read More »