• Indian govt team to visit China border areas
Indian govt team to visit China border areas

We feel that such incidents are not in the interests of either side. "As we have said peace and tranquility in the border area is pre requisite for the smooth transition". These data are shared every three months. Assam is now reeling under devastating floods which have left 133 dead so far. The hydrological data received from China helps India t...

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  • Statue of USA judge behind racist ruling removed
Statue of USA judge behind racist ruling removed

It is still unclear when the statue will be removed from state house grounds, and what will happen to it. He advocated for slavery, thought black people were inherently inferior to the white race and was the Chief Justice presiding over the 1857 Dred Scott decision .

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  • Wife of Bay Area terror attack victim speaks out
Wife of Bay Area terror attack victim speaks out

Jared Tucker was one of the 14 people killed in Thursday's terror attacks in Spain, his family said. "We have a fishing trip planned on the 30th, a wedding to go to on the 2nd of September and it's just hard to understand that none of that is ever going to happen".

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  • Kissimmee police officers shot, killed, sources say
Kissimmee police officers shot, killed, sources say

Six law enforcement officers on Friday night were shot - two are confirmed dead - in three different USA cities, their respective agencies have confirmed. Florida Highway Patrol spokeswoman Sgt. Kim Montes told the Sentinel that one person was in custody. "Both officers involved in shooting were fathers", O'Dell said.

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  • West Brom make Mamadou Sakho enquiry
West Brom make Mamadou Sakho enquiry

It has been reported that West Brom have turned down an £18m bid from City for the 29-year-old and that a £10m offer from Leicester has also been rejected. Pulis conceded Albion would "have to sell" Evans if any bid from City became high enough, while he also confirmed an approach for Tottenham centre-back Kevin Wimmer but acknowledged the two pa...

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  • South Africa has granted Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity
South Africa has granted Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity

National police spokesperson, Vishnu Naidoo says their investigation into the alleged assault of Gabriela Engels was finalised on Wednesday. Afrikaner lobby group AfriForum on Thursday said a "third party" had already offered Engels money to "make the matter go away", but she did not accept it.

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  • Missouri legislator who said she hoped Trump would be assassinated won't resign
Missouri legislator who said she hoped Trump would be assassinated won't resign

She later deleted the post. The site claims there's a huge difference between saying you hope President Trump is assassinated and actually calling for his assassination. But calling for the assassination of the President is a federal crime. While Chappelle-Nadal has received numerous calls for her resignation over her calls to assassinate...

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  • Sierra Leone: ECOWAS donates $400000 to mudslide victims
Sierra Leone: ECOWAS donates $400000 to mudslide victims

The Red Cross said in total, approximately 600 people are missing. "GIGS extends our honest condolences to the government, families and victims of the disaster, and believe that Ghanaians would respond to their call for aid". "With the Sierra Leone Red Cross we were in the country before the disaster, and we will still be there long after". P...

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  • Grandad makes impassioned plea for his grandson, 7, missing in Barcelona attack
Grandad makes impassioned plea for his grandson, 7, missing in Barcelona attack

One of Cadman's co-workers told Sydney's 2GB Radio he was on his way to Barcelona to search for Julian. She said she was "concerned" for the unaccounted for Australian. A van ran into a crowd of pedestrians walking through Barcelona's famed Las Ramblas area yesterday, killing at least 13 people and wounding many others, including some B...

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  • How to keep your pets safe during the solar eclipse
How to keep your pets safe during the solar eclipse

Or you want to see how other parts of the USA experience the celestial sensation? Those viewing the solar eclipse are advised not use sunglasses because they are not protective enough, or binoculars because they actually magnify the heat.

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  • Hong Kong has political prisoners, activists say after 3 students jailed
Hong Kong has political prisoners, activists say after 3 students jailed

Wong and Law were ordered to carry out community service, which they had already completed, and Chow was given a suspended three-week prison term - but prosecutors appealed for harsher sentences . "The government wanted to stop us from running in elections, and directly suppress our movement", Wong said in an interview before the decision Thursday...

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  • Alibaba's surging e-commerce sales boost June quarterly earnings
Alibaba's surging e-commerce sales boost June quarterly earnings

Shares of Alibaba rose 5 per cent in pre-market trade in NY. Alibaba's cloud computing business nearly doubled to 2.43 billion yuan (US$364 million), with the number of paying customers for cloud computing rising to 1.01 million in the second quarter from 874,000 in the previous quarter.

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  • Amid dispute, Saudi Arabia opens border to Qataris for pilgrimage
Amid dispute, Saudi Arabia opens border to Qataris for pilgrimage

The King has even ordered private jets belonging to Saudi airlines to be sent to Doha airport to bring all Qatari pilgrims on his expenses. Authorities have banned Qatari planes from their airspace. The Saudi king on Wednesday ordered that Qatari pilgrims be allowed in as his guests. Milaha will operate the weekly, direct service between Kuwait a...

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  • LeT commander Ayub Lelhari killed in encounter in Kashmir's Pulwama
LeT commander Ayub Lelhari killed in encounter in Kashmir's Pulwama

Talking to media persons on the sidelines of a function here, held for widows of paramilitary personnel killed on duty, the DG said, police and paramilitary CRPF personnel are being trained in standard operating procedures (SOPs) to help them deal with stone pelting incidents in Kashmir.

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  • Flake and Primary Challenger Diverge on Response to Charlottesville Violence
Flake and Primary Challenger Diverge on Response to Charlottesville Violence

Trump has come under increasing pressure over his stance on the violence , with many members of his own Republican party and United States business executives distancing themselves from him. Saturday's demonstration turned violent as counter-protesters mobilised an equally strong group against the white nationalists. But no one moved to leave t...

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  • Malala excited to go to Oxford
Malala excited to go to Oxford

Malala, who is an advocate for female empowerment along with United Nations messenger of peace, tweeted on social media about her university acceptance notification. More than one in four A-level entries resulted in at least an A grade this year, the first rise for six year in the proportion of top passes awarded.

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  • Dunford: US 'Prepared To Respond' To North Korea If Deterrence Fails
Dunford: US 'Prepared To Respond' To North Korea If Deterrence Fails

In a meeting with Moon on Monday, U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford reiterated America's commitment to protect South Korea. North Korean state media reported Monday that the military delivered a plan to leader Kim Jong Un to test-fire missiles into the waters around the USA territory of Guam in the South Pacific.

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  • Israel says delivers food aid to Sierra Leone
Israel says delivers food aid to Sierra Leone

President Ernest Bai Koroma fought back tears on Tuesday as he visited the devastated hilltop community of Regent, saying the scale of the challenge ahead was "overwhelming us". Since it is still the rainy season, further flooding is also a possibility", she said. "Entire communities have been wiped out", Koroma said. The family of Mabinty Sesa...

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  • Thinking About Health: Stalemate in DC leaves health insurance in limbo
Thinking About Health: Stalemate in DC leaves health insurance in limbo

But many experts say that former President Barack Obama's signature health care law is not "failing", as Trump has claimed it is, and that his administration's policies could kill it. Democrats may seize upon CBO's finding that this scenario would increase the deficit as reason to oppose it. He is paying them on a month-to-month basis, furt...

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  • Indira Canteens Up and Running In Bengaluru
Indira Canteens Up and Running In Bengaluru

In Murphy Town in East Bengaluru , the canteen was set up in a heritage building. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was the subject of quite a few jokes after he stopped just short of describing "Indira canteens" as "Amma canteens', a brainchild of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa ".

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  • North Korea's Kim appears to ease rhetoric over Guam missile strike
North Korea's Kim appears to ease rhetoric over Guam missile strike

If "the Yankees persist in their extremely risky reckless actions on the Korean peninsula and in its vicinity", Kim continued, North Korea would "make an important decision as it already declared", he said. But that may be only a pretense. However, North Korea reiterated its threats, with its official KCNA news agency saying "war can not be block...

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  • European stocks slide amid US-North Korea tensions
European stocks slide amid US-North Korea tensions

The Swiss franc and the yen had notched up impressive gains against the dollar on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump warned North Korea that it would face " fire and fury " if it threatened the United States . USA stock benchmarks rallied on Monday, as a recent aversion to assets considered risky on the back of fears about tensions be...

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  • Lexington mayor: Confederate statues to come down after Charlottesville
Lexington mayor: Confederate statues to come down after Charlottesville

Breckinridge to the city's Veterans Park. But, now as mayor, he is overseeing a transition of the old Fayette County courthouse in downtown Lexington. "When you're tearing down the statues, this is a clear attempt to replace and erase (white people)", Heimbach said , according to the Herald-Leader.

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  • Hurricane Gert 'could bring summer sun back to the United Kingdom next week'
Hurricane Gert 'could bring summer sun back to the United Kingdom next week'

The hurricane center said swells from Gert will spread along the East Coast from North Carolina to Long Island. Gert continues to be a weak category 1 hurricane with sustained winds of 75mph and gusts up to 90mph. Meanwhile, forecasters are monitoring two other systems in the Atlantic. Showers and thunderstorms associated with this system have be...

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  • BC SPCA applauds government move to end grizzly bear trophy hunt
BC SPCA applauds government move to end grizzly bear trophy hunt

Neasloss said First Nations monitors often come across people prior to hunting season scouting the Central Coast region for bear to hunt. Of those, and average of 170 are killed by resident hunters while 80 are taken by non-residents. The location of the hunt was never confirmed, and following public outrage, the hunters who uploaded it made the fo...

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  • Rare white moose caught on camera
Rare white moose caught on camera

According to the BBC , "The moose aren't albino, but grow white fur from a genetic mutation". A video showing an extremely rare white moose in Sweden has captured the world's interest. 'It is a stately moose'. Wild moose have made multiple headlines this year. "On Friday evening when I shot the video everything fell into place, the location, th...

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  • Anthony Scaramucci Defends Trump and Takes Potshots at Bannon on Colbert
Anthony Scaramucci Defends Trump and Takes Potshots at Bannon on Colbert

When asked if he thinks Bannon could also get the boot from the administration, The Mooch said, "That's up to the president". Sources told CBS News President Trump's chief political strategist may soon be gone. And amid the violent protests erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia , the late-night host seemed to disagree on Trump's compassion....

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  • Japan marks 72nd anniversary of its surrender in WWII
Japan marks 72nd anniversary of its surrender in WWII

As recent as last week, Pyongyang threatened to test-fire missiles toward the U.S. Pacific island territory of Guam, following U.S. President Donald Trump's promise of "fire and fury". Abe added that he appreciated Trump's devotion to protect the security of USA allies. They confirmed they would strictly implement the U.N. Security Council reso...

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  • Pence Meets with Venezuelans Seeking Refuge in Colombian Church
Pence Meets with Venezuelans Seeking Refuge in Colombian Church

Vice President Mike Pence will speak at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce's 81st annual Meeting and Business Summit Aug. 30, according to a West Virginia Chamber of Commerce news release. Pence said. "And if we stay together, and demonstrate our love and care for one another, and build our community back up, to let this world, no not just our...

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  • Jacksonville solicited for 2026 FIFA World Cup
Jacksonville solicited for 2026 FIFA World Cup

Bank Stadium, the city of Minneapolis and other partners to create a comprehensive bid, as cities need to provide information about transportation, experience playing host to major events, accommodations, environmental protection initiatives, potential venues and more, according to Sport Minneapolis' release.

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  • No one likes Trump's new infrastructure order
No one likes Trump's new infrastructure order

Under Trump's order, agencies must complete environmental reviews of projects within two years on average. "No longer will we allow the infrastructure of our magnificent country to crumble and decay", Trump said at a press conference at Trump Tower in NY.

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  • Fresh floods hit Assam, 11 lakh people affected in 19 districts
Fresh floods hit Assam, 11 lakh people affected in 19 districts

Army has been called out to rescue marooned people and IAF has been put on standby as Assam reels under one of the worst flood fury. Sonowal said the state government was taking steps to tackle problems faced by people in Amarpur area, including improvement in road connectivity.

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  • Victims, suspect identified in Charlottesville violence
Victims, suspect identified in Charlottesville violence

While Trump has not used the words "white supremacy" in his comments about the Charlottesville violence, Sessions did not hesitate to use the phrase. He noted that, on Saturday, the Department of Justice opened a federal civil rights investigation into the incident involving the auto, and addressed those who contributed to the violence in the ...

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More "Made in China" textiles made in North Korea, and it's legal

The move would give Trump free rein to impose unilateral tariffs that could protect US industries. Earlier this year, China was placed on the USTR's Priority Watch List. The ban will take effect on Tuesday, excluding products that have been shipped to ports and are awaiting domestic transportation. The president's trade action will be a long ...

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  • Oklahoma US senator calls bomb plot chilling
Oklahoma US senator calls bomb plot chilling

Varnell changed the location multiple times, starting with a plan to bomb the Eccles Federal Reserve Building in Washington, D.C., before looking at Facebook or Bank of America data centers, an Internal Revenue Service building in Texas and a BancFirst in Oklahoma City.

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