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After Charlottesville, Trump losing popularity in states that made him president

Only 41 percent of Wisconsin voters indicated that the USA economy has strengthened by Trump's decision as president. The president has his lowest approval rating of the three in Wisconsin , with only 34 percent of voters approving of the job he's done so far.

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Utkal Express Derails in UP's Muzaffarnagar, 23 Killed 40 Injured

Sharma also said that the death toll could rise. Muzaffarnagar District Magistrate G S Priydarshi, who has been at the accident site, said the total number of coaches that got derailed was 12, including one pantry vehicle and 11 passenger coaches.

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Bannon, basically: Trump's campaign was a fraud

The news of Trump's plans to force Bannon out comes after rumors swirled all week that his time in the Trump administration could soon come to an end. When asked about whether Bannon's position in the White House was secure Tuesday, Trump said "we'll see what happens". "Now I'm free. I've got my hands back on my weapons".

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Erdogan urges German-Turks to punish mainstream parties

That same month, Ankara again ruffled Berlin's feathers when it withdrew permission granted to German lawmakers to visit troops stationed at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation base in Konya, in Turkey's southwest. They soured further after Turkey arrested 10 human rights activists, including the director of Amnesty International and a German citizen, in July.

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DEVELOPING: One officer dead, another wounded in FL. shooting

O'Dell says the officers apparently were caught by surprise and not able to return fire. Other sources said they were serving a warrant when the shooting occurred. Baxter leaves behind his wife, who also is an officer with the Kissimmee Police Department, and four children, O'Dell said. The Kissimmee Police Department's Twitter account announced a briefing would be held late Friday night.

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Pelosi Calls For Removal Of Confederate Statues In Congress

A nationwide debate is underway concerning the removal of statues, monuments and historical markers that memorialize the Confederacy. Both Mississippi and SC are exclusively represented by Confederate figures, with the latter having notably chosen white supremacist paramilitary group member Wade Hampton and the pro-slavery politician John Calhoun.

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Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo lead sports stars in condemning Barcelona attack

The Royal Spanish Football Federation has suggested a minute silence be held prior to matches in all domestic competitions over the coming weekend. Earlier today, a van plowed through a crowd in Las Ramblas in Barcelona - reporting killing 13 people and injuring many more.

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ME contingent arrives on the scene for Boston protest against white supremacists

McInnes, co-founder of Vice and founder of the chauvinist "Western fraternal organization" called Proud Boys, also attended the Charlottesville rally. But since a group of neo-Nazis, white supremacists and Ku Klux Klan members took to the streets in Charlottesville, Virginia - ostensibly to protest the planned removal of a Confederate statue - the expected attendance by protesters has grown substantially.

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Two dead in stabbing rampage in Finland

The AP reports that witness Laura Laine described the attack to YLE: "We heard that a young woman was screaming". The authorities are scanning the area for further potential suspects, the south-western division of Finland's police said on its Twitter account.

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White supremacists commit domestic terrorism, says U.S. attorney general - Newspaper

The Department of Justice has opened a federal civil-rights investigation into the incident. 20, was charged with second-degree murder and a slew of other charges in connection with the deadly crash. Sessions' comments on Monday follow his announcement that the Justice Department would investigate the attack . "In light of the horrific attack and hatred demonstrated this weekend in Charlottesville, we urge you to act quickly to address the alarming rise of hate in our country".

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Granada This is the place

When is it on? Other big stars in the shape of Courteeners, Blossoms and Pixie Lott will be a part of a stellar bill titled We Are Manchester , which will raise funds for the same memorial fund as the benefit gig back on June 4th. Pixie Lott, X Factor's Louisa Johnson and Bugzy Malone have now also been confirmed. Tickets for the benefit gig went on sale on Thursday (August 17th) at 9am.

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NZ details discovery of "delightful" Barnaby news

New Zealand Labour has tried to downplay Mr Hipkins' involvement, saying the media enquiries uncovered Mr Joyce's citizenship, a claim backed up by Internal Affairs Minster Peter Dunne. New Zealand officials said queries from Australian journalists prompted last week's discovery about Joyce's status. "They were not the instigator".

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USA remains poised to attack North Korea

North Korean officials in turn have accused the US leader of driving the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war . CIA director Mike Pompeo said on Sunday that he had seen no intelligence suggesting the possibility of nuclear warfare.

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Taney statue removed from Maryland State House ground

Larry Hogan made a statement on Tuesday calling for the statue to be removed from the State House grounds, NPR's Bill Chappell reported . Civil rights activists and some Maryland lawmakers had long protested against the statue of Taney, whose decision read in part: "The negro might justly and lawfully be reduced to slavery for his benefit".

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Venezuela's opposition-held parliament rejects powers voted by ANC

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has issued an order to the military to prepare to "shoulder arms", in case of a U.S. invasion, Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez said on Thursday. Global reaction to Friday's move by Venezuela's constitutional assembly was swift. "They can continue to meet and comment as the National Assembly".

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Local school districts adjust lesson plans for solar eclipse

That Nashville school is also providing students with glasses. The best time to see the peak of the eclipse in Southern West Virginia will be 2:36 P.M. Chandler and Scottsdale districts are keeping students inside, too. If you were not able to pick up a pair of solar eclipse glasses, students at Brookstone have an alternative option that's just as safe.

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Indiana Jobless Rate Stays Low In Spite Of Small Increase

From June to July, private sector employment increased by 2,000, driven by private educational and health services sector and manufacturing sector gains, which accounted for a combined 4,600 new jobs . Schulz said in a news release from the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. The official state unemployment rate previously had stood at 2.3 percent for three straight months, April through June.

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Trump announces plan to elevate U.S. military command that oversees cyber operations

Trump also said the defense secretary was also considering separating the U.S. Cyber Command from the National Security Agency (NSA). While Cyber Command has historically been primarily focused on defending the military's cyber-infrastructure, it has recently taken on a role in offensive operations.

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Look at This Neo-Nazi Snowflake Crying Like a Little Baby

He told Reeve that his group, which advocates for white supremacy, was peaceful, but the counter-protesters drove them to defend themselves. It was the whole point of " Unite the Right ", not an unfortunate side effect. In a 16-minute message uploaded to YouTube just hours after the Vice footage was shot, Cantwell is seen sobbing . Over 11-13 August, the university town of Charlottesville in the U.S.

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Hurricane Gert and 3 other systems creating tropical traffic jam

Forecasters have estimated a 20 percent chance of formation during the next two days and a 60 percent chance of formation through five days. Fox News local affiliate WFTX in Cape Coral, Florida reported Wednesday that three new tropical waves - the precursors for tropical storms, which could become hurricanes - had emerged off the coast of of West Africa.

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China is United States' biggest creditor once again

The rapid monthly rise saw China emerge as the United States' largest creditor again , after Japan had held that position for the previous eight months. China's foreign exchange reserves rose for a sixth consecutive month in July, reaching 3.081 trillion dollars, according to the People's Bank of China.

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Rouhani asks European Union to play bigger role in implementing Iranian nuke deal

Earlier, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had threatened that Tehran will abandon the 2015 nuclear deal with the P5+1 group and restart its nuclear program "within hours" if the United States continues to impose new sanctions on the country.

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Ecuador's Lenin Moreno Rejects US Interference in Venezuela

Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday in Chile that he is cutting his Latin American trip short, returning to the US tomorrow instead of Friday after a brief stop in Panama. While many Venezuelans have welcomed the harsh rhetoric used by Trump, most Latin American countries cautioned against military intervention, preferring diplomatic and political pressure to resolve the crisis.

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Trump on Charlottesville victim: 'She will be long remembered by all'

Heyer wanted fairness and justice in her early years, he said , and "could call out something that didn't seem right to her". "And for my part, we just need to stop all this stuff and forgive each other". "And as I look out at all you guys, you loved her too". "I'll tell you - it was something that I really appreciated". Susan Bro urged mourners to "take that extra step".

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UK's post-Brexit customs plan mocked as 'fantasy' by top European Union negotiator

The U.K. government said Tuesday in a position paper that it wanted to negotiate customs arrangements that "facilitate the freest and most frictionless possible trade in goods between the U.K. The statement was welcomed by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), who represent British business worldwide, but are described as "fantasy" by a leading Labour MP.