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Posted on 4 October 2018 | 10:33 am
The Latest: Anti-doping groups cheer
Washington PostThe Latest: Anti-doping groups cheer indictment of RussiansWashington PostLONDON — The Latest on a new wave of global cyberattacks blamed on Russia (all times local):. 5:15 p.m.. The World Anti-Doping Agency has welcomed a U.S. indictment of Russians accused of hacking sports organizations and releasing athletes' medical ...Dutch authorities accuse Russia of targeting chemical weapons watchdogCNNJustice Department announces indictments of 7 Russian spies in hacking plot tied to Olympics doping scandalUSA TODAYSeven Russian hackers charged with hacking anti-doping organizationsThe VergeMinnesota Public Radio News -Forbes -New York Timesall 5,448 news articles »
Posted on 4 October 2018 | 9:18 am
6 Malaysian divers drown in whirlpool while
Fox News6 Malaysian divers drown in whirlpool while trying to rescue 17-year-old teenFox NewsSix rescuers drowned in Malaysia Wednesday while trying to rescue a teen who fell into an abandoned mining pool. Six divers trying to rescue a 17-year-old teen who fell into an abandoned mining pond in Malaysia have drowned after currents caused by ...Six Malaysian rescue divers drown in whirlpool trying to save stranded teenager from waterThe Independent6 Rescue Divers Drown While Searching For Malaysian TeenThe Epoch TimesSix Malaysian Firefighters Drown While Searching for Boy in PondNew York TimesRT -The Week UK -BBC Newsall 116 news articles »
Posted on 4 October 2018 | 8:54 am
Merkel, Netanyahu play down differences
Washington PostMerkel, Netanyahu play down differences during Israel visitWashington PostJERUSALEM — The leaders of Israel and Germany, countries that have built a strong alliance since the horrors of the Holocaust, put on a display of unity in Jerusalem on Thursday, even as the two states continue to grapple with gaping disagreements ...Israel President Says 'Iranian Beast Must Be Starved and Not Fed'NewsweekIn Jerusalem, Angela Merkel emphasizes Germany's obligation to fight anti-SemitismJewish Telegraphic AgencyTrump's decision to isolate Palestinians is threatening a humanitarian crisisAmerica MagazineSPIEGEL ONLINE -Jewish Chronicle -teleSUR tv HTTPS (press release) (blog) -POLITICO.euall 2,063 news articles »
Posted on 4 October 2018 | 8:33 am
Melania Trump Greeted With 'Not a Shithole'
NewsweekMelania Trump Greeted With 'Not a Shithole' Sign as a 'Welcome to Malawi'NewsweekFirst lady Melania Trump's motorcade in Malawi on Thursday reportedly passed by a sign reading “not a shithole,” a reference to President Donald Trump's alleged derogatory remark earlier this year about African nations. Two white people on the roadside ...Melania Trump greeted with 'Not a s---hole' sign on Africa tripThe Hill (blog)Melania Trump's Near Wardrobe Malfunction: Struggles To Keep Her Dress Down As Wind BlowsHollywood LifeDonald Trump Tweeted That Melania's Africa Trip Shows The People Love HerBustleInStyle -Fox News -The Australian -Voice of Americaall 1,101 news articles »
Posted on 4 October 2018 | 8:29 am
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Prince Harry Flies Solo In Sydney As Meghan
SYDNEY ― Prince Harry was on his own Sunday morning, as wife Meghan Markle
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 7:06 am
Khaled El Mays's Beirut Abode Blurs The
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 5:00 am
The Latest: Police: 2 men in car when
SNELLVILLE, Ga. (AP) — The Latest on the fatal shooting of a Georgia police officer (all times local):
Posted on 20 October 2018 | 10:44 pm
Thousands of caravan migrants take shelter
The migrants pose a tough challenge to the Mexican government's pledge to stop the illegal travelers' plans to press ahead to the U.S. border. More than 5,100 migrants have been registered in three shelters in the Mexican border town of Ciudad Hidalgo, while another 2,000 had camped out for the night in the town's central square, said Gerardo Hernandez, head of the local government's emergency services. "So far, they're all peaceful, thank God." In a statement on Saturday night, Mexico's federal government said "nearly 900 migrants" had arrived by unauthorized means, while 640 had been processed after being allowed to cross into the country via the international border crossing on the Suchite River that divides Guatemala from Mexico.
Posted on 20 October 2018 | 9:44 pm
Government under pressure to use Salisbury
Saudi officials found to have been involved in the killing of a prominent journalist in Turkey should be targeted by new sanctions introduced by Theresa May in the wake of the Salisbury attack, MPs and campaigners said on Saturday. Andrew Mitchell, the former international development secretary, led calls for the Magnitsky law, which mirrors similar legislation in the US and Canada, to be used against any individuals complicit in the death of Jamal Khashoggi. The intervention came as the government said it was "considering ... our next steps" after the kingdom admitted on Friday night that Khashoggi, a columnist for the Washington Post, was killed in its consulate in Istanbul. Donald Trump said sanctions were a possibility and that questions remained about the Saudi handling of Khashoggi's death. "No, I am not satisfied until we find the answer," he said after a campaign speech in Nevada. "But it was a big first step, it was a good first step. But I want to get to the answer." However, he warned against scrapping an arms deal with the kingdom that would jeopardise thousands of American jobs. Saudi Arabia said that 15 members of an intelligence squad who flew to Istanbul to kidnap Mr Khashoggi had been arrested, along with three Saudi consulate staff. General Ahmed al-Assiri, the deputy intelligence chief, and Saud al-Qahtani, a close aide to Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince, were both sacked for their role in the operation. Saudi officials insisted Crown Prince Mohammed was not involved. Jamal Khashoggi death | The unanswered questions The kingdom said Mr Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi critic, died in a "fist fight" but Turkey said it would keep investigating and would not a allow a cover up. The Magnitsky law, which was passed as part of the Sanctions Act in May, allows the government to target human rights abusers with asset freezes and visa bans. Mr Mitchell, the former international development secretary, who lobbied Mrs May to introduce the measure after Russia's chemical weapons attack on a former spy in Salisbury, said: "The Magnitsky law is designed to stop human rights violators coming to and using Britain and it doesn't matter where they come from, the law should be applied without fear or favour. "It's very important that Britain acts in concert with its friends and allies around the world." Robert Lacey: What next for the House of Saud? Bill Browder, whose campaigning led to the adoption of equivalent legislation in the US, Canada, and several EU countries, told The Sunday Telegraph: “The extrajudicial killing of Jamal Khashoggi and the official cover-up is exactly the kind of situation that Magnitsky sanctions were designed to address. “The British government should use the Magnitsky Act against members of the Saudi regime who played any role in this murder." Saudi Arabia's official explanation of a brawl was greeted with scepticism around the world. Germany, France and the European Union all urged an in-depth investigation to find out what happened to the Washington Post columnist after he entered the consulate on October 2 for documents for his marriage. Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, in a joint statement with her foreign minister, said the Saudi explanation was not enough. "We expect transparency from Saudi Arabia about the circumstances of his death ... The information available about events in the Istanbul consulate is inadequate," the Germans said
Posted on 20 October 2018 | 7:11 pm
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Miami-Dade police offer $23G reward after
Miami-Dade police were offering a $23,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in the shooting death of a 2-year-old boy. The child was believed to have been struck by a stray bullet during a gunfight, the Miami Herald reported, citing ...
Posted on 16 December 2017 | 10:58 pm
Dognapped: Iraq War vet's service dog is
Police in New Hampshire are searching for the person who allegedly assaulted an Iraq War veteran and stole her service dog on Thursday, Fox 25 Boston reported. Ashley McCall told the outlet that a stranger took her dog, Jax, as the pair were getting into ...
Posted on 16 December 2017 | 10:58 pm
Suicide bombers attack Pakistan church,
Eight people were killed and dozens of others were wounded on Sunday when two suicide bombers attacked a church in Pakistan where hundreds of worshippers were attending service ahead of Christmas, officials said. One of the suicide bombers was shot dead ...
Posted on 16 December 2017 | 10:45 pm
Record sexual harassment settlement exposes
WASHINGTON — Of all the secret deals cut on behalf of accused members of congress, the one that resulted in the largest settlement yet uncovered may be the most surprising. The details provide a window into a process so opaque, convoluted and confusing ...
Posted on 16 December 2017 | 9:42 pm
Suit in New York asks, is graffiti art
For more than a decade, they came from across New York City and around the world to leave their mark at the place they called 5Pointz. Armed with cans of spray paint, they left bubble-lettered tags, outlined buxom cartoon women and undertook elaborate ...
Posted on 16 December 2017 | 9:09 pm
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Everton 2-0 Crystal Palace: Hosts score
Everton score twice in the last three minutes to snatch a dramatic victory over Crystal Palace in a tight Premier League game at Goodison Park.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 11:56 am
European Open: Britain's Kyle Edmund beats
Britain's Kyle Edmund beats Gael Monfils to win the European Open in Antwerp, his maiden ATP title.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 11:51 am
Migrant caravan on the move from
Thousands of migrants en route to the US have now crossed into Mexico illegally from Guatemala.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 10:55 am
Jamal Khashoggi death: UK, France and
The UK, France and Germany demand urgent clarification on how Jamal Khashoggi died.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 10:04 am
Spot-fixing: ECB rejects claims against
The England and Wales Cricket Board dismisses allegations of spot-fixing against England players made in a new television documentary.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 10:03 am
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Saudi foreign minister blames journalist's
An increasingly vocal chorus of international voices is questioning the Saudi version of events that led to the death of prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi in his country's consulate in Istanbul almost three weeks ago.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 11:50 am
Fareed Zakaria: What Khashoggi's death says
CNN's Fareed Zakaria says the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi tell us something important about Saudi Arabia, but it also tells us something important about the United States.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 8:57 am
Two GOP senators say US should end arms
Sen. Ben Sasse said Sunday that ending arms sales to Saudi Arabia in response to the country's involvement in the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi "should be on the table."
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 10:51 am
Khashoggi's editor: Saudi Arabia's
Karen Attiah, Jamal Khashoggi's editor at The Washington Post, discusses Saudi Arabia's explanation for the journalist's death with CNN's Fredricka Whitfield.
Posted on 20 October 2018 | 11:07 am
Opinion: Why Trump can swallow the
Saudi Arabia finally admitted to the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The government announced that Khashoggi died during a fistfight with Saudi officials at their consulate in Istanbul. Many are skeptical about the official explanation that the death resulted from a clash that followed when Khashoggi went to obtain marriage papers.
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 3:31 am
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Khashoggi killed in 'rogue
"There obviously was a tremendous mistake made and what compounded the mistake was the attempt to try to cover up," Adel al-Jubeir said.        
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 12:09 pm
Ask the Captain: What’s a typical
Airline pilots adjust to widely varied demands every month, from long-haul service to short regional flights.        
Posted on 21 October 2018 | 12:00 pm