• Warning over needles in strawberries
Warning over needles in strawberries

The Queensland police commissioner, Ian Stewart , said the investigation was complicated by the vast web of supply chains. The needles in strawberry crisis has taken a sinister turn, with authorities suggesting there may now be copycat incidents.

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  • Anita Hill responds to allegation against Kavanaugh
Anita Hill responds to allegation against Kavanaugh

Murkowski said that while the allegations "are very old", they "seem to go into fair amount of detail ", Sciutto reported. President Trump announced his intention to appoint Mr Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court in July, replacing Justice Anthony Kennedy who is stepping down.

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  • Storm Helene set for earlier arrival to Wales, Met Office says
Storm Helene set for earlier arrival to Wales, Met Office says

Monday 17 to Thursday 20 September look like they are going to bring some truly bad weather to Ireland, as Storm Helene winds her way towards us. The Met Office has claimed Helene, which is now making its way through the Atlantic, could bring temperatures as high as 26C in the London area, while reaching only 6C in Scotland.

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  • Stanford affiliate publicly accuses Kavanaugh of sexual assault
Stanford affiliate publicly accuses Kavanaugh of sexual assault

The California senator said in a statement after Ford went public that she backs her decision to tell about the alleged incident and hopes "the attacks and shaming of her will stop and this will be treated with the seriousness it deserves".

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  • U.S. Says Denuclearization Talks Ongoing With North Korea
U.S. Says Denuclearization Talks Ongoing With North Korea

The presentation of this submarine happens nearly four months after the summit of the presidents of the Republic of Korea, Moon Jae-in, and of the DPRK, Kim Jong-un. But those channels have often been suspended when tensions rose over North Korea's nuclear program. Security Council sanctions were imposed on Pyongyang in 2006 after its first n...

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  • Dallas Police Affidavit Contradicts Police Officer's Account of Botham Jean Shooting
Dallas Police Affidavit Contradicts Police Officer's Account of Botham Jean Shooting

A grand jury has convened. Merritt referenced "two suspicious shootings" in Guyger's tenure as an officer. Between Guyger's two accounts of what happened that night and her claim that Jean failed to "follow her verbal commands" in his own house is all a move Black America has seen before.

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  • Brett Kavanaugh accuser speaks out about sexual assault allegations
Brett Kavanaugh accuser speaks out about sexual assault allegations

On Friday, as word of the accusations began to circulate but his accuser's identity was not publicly known, the White House released a letter from 65 women who said they knew Kavanaugh in high school and could attest to his character.

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  • No evidence deadly gas explosion near Boston was 'nefarious'
No evidence deadly gas explosion near Boston was 'nefarious'

NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt said the sensors can signal for gas pressure to be increased if the pressure gets too low. A man was killed and at least 25 people were injured in Thursday's fires and explosions. Officials said it appeared Columbia Gas' pipeline control center in Columbus, Ohio, registered a pressure increase in the Lawrence area b...

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  • Palestinian stabs Israeli to death at West Bank mall
Palestinian stabs Israeli to death at West Bank mall

Gaza's Health Ministry said a 14-year-old boy had been killed instantly after being shot in the head by Israeli troops east of the town of Jabalia. Israel's military claimed their evidence shows the 11-year-old was hit by a rock thrown by protesters.

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  • FEMA's Brock Long under investigation for misuse of government cars
FEMA's Brock Long under investigation for misuse of government cars

A senior administration official confirmed to CNN last week that there is an ongoing investigation includes, but may not be limited to, whether Long misused government vehicles and personnel for his six-hour drives between his home in North Carolina and FEMA headquarters in Washington , DC.

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  • Kavanaugh accuser speaks to newspaper on record
Kavanaugh accuser speaks to newspaper on record

Ford said she was able to escape when Kavanaugh's classmate at Georgetown Preparatory School, Mark Judge , jumped on top of them and sent them tumbling. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican, is pushing ahead with plans for a committee vote on Kavanaugh's nomination next Thursday.

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  • Salisbury suspects nothing to do with Putin
Salisbury suspects nothing to do with Putin

British police claim the names used by the men are aliases and there is evidence they are Russian military intelligence agents. The source said: "It's believed they could have met a handler who was working at the embassy and a fourth, the medic, might have had oversight of the whole thing to make sure they didn't risk ruining the operation by...

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  • Isaac downgraded but still watched
Isaac downgraded but still watched

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's student paper, The Daily Tar Heel, reported that class has been canceled and students have been encouraged to leave the Chapel Hill area before the storm hits. While development into a tropical depression is not expected since the system is nearly onshore, heavy rainfall and gusty winds are li...

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  • Destructive Hurricane Florence to batter the Carolinas for days
Destructive Hurricane Florence to batter the Carolinas for days

Noting the heavy bands on the hurricane's northeast quadrant, he added, "We are on the bad side of this storm". German astronaut Alexander Gerst tweeted pictures of the monster storm taken from the International Space Station along with the warning: "Watch out, America!" He also urged those outside of the evacuation zones to be prepared.

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  • Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge breaks world record at Berlin marathon
Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge breaks world record at Berlin marathon

The 33-year-old, a three-time victor of the London Marathon, has now won 10 of the 11 marathons he has contested. The time makes Cherono the fourth-best women's marathoner in history behind only Paula Radcliffe (2:15:25), Mary Keitany (2:17:01), and Tirunesh Dibaba (2:17:56).

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  • Fatal Shark Attack In Wellfleet 15 September 2018
Fatal Shark Attack In Wellfleet 15 September 2018

The sign advises to avoid swimming near seals, to swim close to shore in waist deep water, and to swim or surf in groups. The agency says the attack happened 300 yards south of the beach. Emergency responders attempted to perform CRP on the man, who is thought to have suffered injuries to his lower body in the attack. The man's death Saturday com...

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  • Poland to not support European Union sanctions against Hungary
Poland to not support European Union sanctions against Hungary

The most severe punishment under the Article 7 procedure is stripping the country of its voting rights in the European Union , however, that is highly unlikely to happen as the rest of the European Union needs unanimity and Poland's nationalist and anti-immigration government is expected to block any tough action against Mr Orban.

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  • JUST IN: Conflicting Reports Trails Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun Resignation
JUST IN: Conflicting Reports Trails Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun Resignation

There has been no given reason on the decision of Adeosun stepping down from her position, although there has been an allegation of forging her NYSC discharge certificate. The 58-year-old is also a former Exective Secretary of the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI). Adeosun did not comment on the claims initially, prompti...

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  • Border agent charged in 2-week killing spree
Border agent charged in 2-week killing spree

Establishing and maintaining high standards for Border Patrol agents is a top priority for my office. CNN reached out to US Customs and Border Protection, which had no immediate comment. Alaniz said authorities tracked down Ortiz after a woman, also described as working as a prostitute, escaped after having been abducted. She claimed that Ortiz...

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  • Typhoon Kills 12 in Philippines, Heads to Southern China
Typhoon Kills 12 in Philippines, Heads to Southern China

Presidential Communications Operation Office (PCOO) Secretary Martin Andanar said that Duterte is just waiting for the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) so that he can fly to the affected areas. In Cagayan's capital, Tuguegarao, where the typhoon hit land, Associated Press journalists saw a severely damaged public market, its roof ...

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