• McCain did not want Trump at his funeral
McCain did not want Trump at his funeral

When the Democrat sounded threatening, John instinctively stepped closer to me and said "when you come for Newt, come for me too, the name's McCain". President Trump , who had not publicly commented on McCain's declining health, broke his silence on Twitter Saturday night. One of them said "we are coming for you".

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  • Multiple Fatalities at ‘Madden NFL 19’ Tournament Live Stream in Jacksonville
Multiple Fatalities at ‘Madden NFL 19’ Tournament Live Stream in Jacksonville

The only information Williams could confirm is that he was a white male. Many details about the shooting were not immediately clear, including how many people were dead. Esports tournaments such as the Sunday event involve professional competitors vying for prize money in games streamed to thousands of online spectators.

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  • Afghan President Declines Resignations Of Top Security Officials
Afghan President Declines Resignations Of Top Security Officials

Qader Shah, spokesman for the National Security Adviser's office, confirmed Atmar's resignation saying he would provide more details at a later time. Afghanistan's ministers of defence and interior, as well as the spy chief, quit on Saturday, government sources said, following the resignation of the president's national security adviser earlier...

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  • Allen Weisselberg: Trump Organization CFO granted immunity in Cohen case
Allen Weisselberg: Trump Organization CFO granted immunity in Cohen case

For example, when Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort went on trial earlier this month, prosecutors granted immunity to several people who worked on his taxes and finances. The newspaper said that the executives would not face criminal charges in the investigation into possible violations of campaign finance laws and Trump's involvem...

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  • Iowa slaying focuses attention on immigrants in agriculture
Iowa slaying focuses attention on immigrants in agriculture

Lang's family said Wednesday that Rivera had provided false documents with a different identity when he was hired four years ago and that he had been a good employee. It showed Tibbetts jogging and Rivera's vehicle - and was a critical clue in identifying a suspect. The area where Tibbetts went running is a narrow farm road leading out of town,...

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  • Indonesia congratulates Australia on new prime minister
Indonesia congratulates Australia on new prime minister

Dutton's leadership ambitions. The ruling Liberal-National coalition government has consistently trailed the opposition Labor party in opinion polls, but Turnbull has remained the voters' preferred prime minister over Labor leader Bill Shorten.

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  • Australia's foreign minister Julie Bishop quits in fallout of PM's ouster
Australia's foreign minister Julie Bishop quits in fallout of PM's ouster

Last week Ms Price called for the Liberal party to adopt rules making it more hard for the party room to spill sitting Prime Ministers. Friday's leadership ballot in the ruling Liberal Party selected Treasurer Scott Morisson to replace Malcolm Turnbull as prime minister.

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  • ‘Mass shooting’ at Madden video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, authorities say
‘Mass shooting’ at Madden video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, authorities say

Police are reporting a mass shooting incident in Jacksonville. Police urged everyone to stay away from the area because it is not safe . 'We can't stress enough to stay away. A reporter from Fox-affiliate CBS47/FOX30, Brittney Donovan, said that at least one person was seen being loaded onto a stretcher and into an ambulance.

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  • One Year On, Rohingya Still Fleeing Myanmar for Crowded Camps
One Year On, Rohingya Still Fleeing Myanmar for Crowded Camps

Almost 7,000 Rohingya were killed in the first month alone, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). It included targeted burning of Rohingya villages, the use of landmines and the commission of crimes against humanity including murder, rape, torture , forced starvation and forced deportation as well as other serious human rights violation...

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  • Ukraine: President Praises US Support, Makes Progress Toward NATO Membership
Ukraine: President Praises US Support, Makes Progress Toward NATO Membership

Adding to tensions between the former Cold War foes, Microsoft Corp. said late Monday that it had detected and seized web domains created by cyber-attackers linked to the Russian military who may be attempting to manipulate and disrupt the upcoming USA midterm elections.

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  • 7.1-magnitude quake hits eastern Peru, no immediate casualties
7.1-magnitude quake hits eastern Peru, no immediate casualties

The epicenter was 83 miles west of the Peruvian village of Inapari and 140 miles west of the Bolivian city of Cobija. Earlier this week, a 7.0 magnitude natural disaster shook Venezuela Tuesday, the USGS reported. USGS also revealed that very few earthquakes take place at depths between 200 and 500 km, where the Nazca plate is pushed beneath ea...

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  • Donald Trump's attorney general Jess Sessions pushes back on criticism
Donald Trump's attorney general Jess Sessions pushes back on criticism

At the beginning of August, Trump called on Sessions to end special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation. This week, Trump complained to "Fox & Friends" that Sessions never took control of the Justice Department . "It is called flipping and it nearly ought to be illegal", Trump said . It wasn't clear, though, whether the s...

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  • U.S. Issues Increased-Caution Advisory For Mexico Travel
U.S. Issues Increased-Caution Advisory For Mexico Travel

State Department warned visitors not to travel to Mexican states Colima, Guerrero, Michoacán, Sinaloa and Tamaulipas due to crime . Two other bodies, a man and a woman , were reportedly found in an abandoned taxi. "Shooting incidents injuring or killing bystanders have occurred", the State Department said on their website. See the full ...

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  • U.S. Cuts More Than $200 Million in Aid to Palestinians
U.S. Cuts More Than $200 Million in Aid to Palestinians

The Palestinian leadership has been openly hostile to any proposal from the administration, citing what it says is a pro-Israel bias, notably after Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital in December and moved the USA embassy there from Tel Aviv in May.

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  • Trump's financial gatekeeper granted immunity in Cohen probe
Trump's financial gatekeeper granted immunity in Cohen probe

It's not known whether the documents were preserved. The Trump Organization's finance boss, Allen Weisselberg , has reportedly been granted legal immunity in the probe into Michael Cohen . Daniels was paid US$130,000 ($195,600), and McDougal was paid US$150,000. While it emerged that the New York District Attorney's office was considering cri...

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  • Scott Morrison calls Donald Trump on first full day as Australia PM
Scott Morrison calls Donald Trump on first full day as Australia PM

Trump had earlier tweeted: "Congratulations to new Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison ". Mr Morrison has the unenviable task of not only uniting his battered and bruised party, but also staring down an energised Opposition seeking to capitalise on the leadership turmoil of its rivals.

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  • Saudi-led coalition condemned by UN after deadly Yemen airstrikes
Saudi-led coalition condemned by UN after deadly Yemen airstrikes

The Saudi-led coalition accused the Houthis of using children as human shields and said the strikes on 9 August were carried out in accordance with worldwide humanitarian law. The United Nations has said that a record 22.2 million Yemenis are in dire need of food, including 8.4 million threatened by severe hunger. There were conflicting reports...

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  • Pope to meet sexual abuse victims during Ireland trip, Vatican says
Pope to meet sexual abuse victims during Ireland trip, Vatican says

POPE FRANCIS has released a video message revealing his excitement at returning to Ireland . This is normal procedure for when the Pope meets victims of clergy abuse during his trips outside Rome. Spokesman Greg Burke told reporters at a briefing on the August 25-26 trip the details of the meeting would not be announced until after it was over...

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  • Drug tunnel from United States to Mexico found in former KFC restaurant
Drug tunnel from United States to Mexico found in former KFC restaurant

Lopez, who lives in Yuma, Arizona, had just driven away from the former fast food restaurant where he was seen lifting toolboxes out of the property. Homeland security agents said the boxes contained over 168 kilograms of narcotics. -Mexico border and the Mexican city of San Luis Colorado, according to the complaint. The cross-border KFC tunnel...

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  • Egypt hotel couple's deaths: What do we know?
Egypt hotel couple's deaths: What do we know?

The family were staying at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic Hotel in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada when Mr Cooper, 69, died in his room. "I watched them die before my very eyes and they had exactly the same symptoms", said Ms Ormerod. Other guests told BBC News they became ill while staying at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic Hotel. 'Prior to going ...

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