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Media is 'obsessed' with Russian Federation probe, but Americans don't care: White House

Three people have been indicted - the first charges in the investigation into whether members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation. Without citing a source or potential end date, Sanders said that the Trump administration believes Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation will end in the near future.

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Shooting leaves one dead on University of Utah campus

An alert was issued to students across campus that read, "Shots fired". Police say Boutain's wife has been taken into custody at the Salt Lake City County Jail on unrelated charges until authorities from Golden, Colorado can get to Utah. Shortly after, Guo was killed in a carjacking, he said. The SLCPD tweeted late Tuesday morning that the mountain search was complete and that Boutain had not been located.

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Leaders inaugurate Kars - Tbilisi - Baku railway

This once again shows that all the projects involving Turkey and Azerbaijan and those initiated by the two countries are being implemented, noted President Aliyev. A trade volume of $120 million is expected with this move and trade with the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, which is an exclave in Azerbaijan bordering Armenia, Turkey and Iran, will be done in Turkish lira.

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Israel destroys Gaza cross-border tunnel, killing 6

The Israeli military spokesman Lt Col Jonathan Conricus said the tunnel - which he suggested had been built since the 2014 war - was an "active" construction that Israeli forces had been been monitoring for some time. It is the second time this year that a Hamas tunnel has been discovered under a United Nations -supported school in Gaza. Meanwhile, the entire area around Kissufim was declared a closed military zone by the IDF.

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Safety tips for Halloween

Officers said they'll focus on neighborhoods with trick-or-treaters and will even be handing out candy themselves. "This generation of children could have shorter lives - actually as much as five years shorter lifespan - than their parents, simply because of the risk factors that go along with obesity", she said.

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Sucker Punch's New IP is Samurai Action Game Ghost of Tsushima

As PS4 players already have a lot to look forward to for next year, it would make sense for Sucker Punch to hold its game back until 2019 or even later. And last but not least rom Naughty Dog The Last of Us Part II Received a brand new trailer after keeping the game on the lay low for quite sometime now after it's announcement.

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Whitefish Energy 'very disappointed' with decision to cancel Puerto Rico contract

Soon after the deal with Whitefish was announced, questions were raised as to how a two-man company from Montana managed to secure such a lucrative contract . Whitefish responded by tweeting a threat to Cruz to pull their workers out of her city. The White House had no comment Sunday. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, multiple congressional committees and local auditors have begun requesting documents about the deal, according to the WSJ.

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Twitter suspends account of Trump ally Roger Stone

The menacing tone seemed particularly inflammatory coming just days after the New York Police Department confirmed an investigation into "threatening and anti-black messages" tweeted to Lemon. One of the people he targeted on Saturday, CNN contributor Ana Navarro , said she did not sympathise with Mr Stone over his suspension. "I have been informed that I have been suspended for 3 hours and 12 minutes".

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PM Modi slams Chidambaram's remarks on Kashmir autonomy

Asked during an interaction in Rajkot whether he still felt that Jammu and Kashmir should be accorded greater autonomy to defuse the unrest in the valley, he said. "They are talking the language of separatists and pro-Pakistan elements". Chidambaram landed in controversy after saying that Kashmir needed autonomy.

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South Korea Mattis Korea

It has backed USA -led United Nations sanctions on North Korea following a series of prohibited arms tests, some of which coincided with this year's political events deemed highly important for Xi. The sanctioned entities include the Workers' Party of Korea. US intelligence experts say Pyongyang believes it needs the nuclear weapons to ensure its survival and have been skeptical about diplomatic efforts, focusing on sanctions, to get Pyongyang to denuclearize.

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Iraq, Syria converge on Daesh's last strongholds

According to military sources, the troops have already recaptured military bases southeast of al-Qa'im, including the key army base of the region and an airbase, which the fleeing terrorists left behind. Iraqi government forces have launched a military operation to retake the Rawa and al-Qaim districts of Anbar province from Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorists, Kurdish NRT News reported citing Anbar Police Commander, Hadi Kasar.

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Mueller files first charges; arrests could be made Monday

First reported by CNN , the charges remain sealed by a federal judge. It is unknown who has been charged or what the charges are. Authorities were preparing to take anyone charged into custody on Monday, CNN reported, citing sources briefed on the matter.

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Center of tropical storm Selma to make landfall in El Salvador: NHC

The depression had maximum sustained winds of 35 miles per hour. A tropical storm warning is in effect for the northwestern Bahamas, with a watch in effect for the Central Bahamas. "While this is not now a developed storm, we know how quickly weather can change and how important it is for every family to be prepared", Florida Gov.

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Golfer Emily Nash isn't awarded championship trophy because she's a girl

Division 3 boys' golf tournament at Blissful Meadows on Tuesday with a 3-over-par. According to Golf Digest , the boy who was awarded first place at the tournament offered the trophy to Nash - who ultimately declined it - and the tournament's director has said he is planning to purchase Nash a special trophy.

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Singapore now offers the world's most powerful passport

Turkey and the Central African Republic revoked their visa-free status to USA passport holders, recently. People who hold a U.S. passport will have more global travel restrictions than ever - and it's all thanks to Trump, say finance firm Arton Capital.

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Former president Bush apologises after actress claims sexual assault

The statement from Jim McGrath reads: "President Bush would never under any circumstances , intentionally cause anyone distress and he most sincerely apologizes if his attempt at humor offended Miss Lind ". Bush for the sake of the country, but mentioned that she does not respect him. " We all circled around him and Barbara for a photo, and I was right next to him ", she said.

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Pakistan won't fight America's proxy war in Afghanistan

Without elaborating any further, he said there are other countries in the region who are also stakeholder in Afghanistan , and the United States should ask them to play a role in resolving the Afghan issue. Asif said that the U.S. has also been told that Afghan ruling elite does not want to end the so-called war against terrorism as they have vested interest and they are making billions of dollars through drug trade, adding terrorism is taking place from across the border in connivance with ...

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Three Scientists Were Among 8 People Aboard Helicopter Crashed Off Spitsbergen

A message about the crash appeared on the Twitter account of the Norwegian Rescue Coordination Center. In August 1996, a Russian plane carrying residents of Barentsburg and Pyramiden crashed on approach to the Svalbard Airport, killing all 141 people aboard.

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More than 23 killed, dozens injured in Indonesia fireworks factory fire

The factory, run by PT Panca Buana Cahaya Sukses, had operated for only six weeks, district chief Toni Rustoni said. Some of the victims were burned beyond recognition, officials said. All the injured have been rushed to nearby hospitals for treatment. "We still don't know the cause of the fire and why there were so many victims", he said.

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The Cost Of Visiting Joshua Tree National Park Could Nearly Triple

Peak seasons are defined as the five-month period in which the park gets the most visitors. The increased fees would apply at 17 national parks across the country, including Grand Canyon National Park and Yellowstone National Park. This would mean that, during the busiest five months of the year, it would cost $70 per auto to get into the park, $50 for a motorcycle and $30 per person.

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Kurdistan Regional Government offers to freeze independence

But an Iraqi military spokesman suggested an offensive - launched to wrest back territory after Kurds voted overwhelmingly for independence in a referendum in September - would continue regardless. So far, 30,000 Kurds have been displaced in less than two weeks as a result of fighting and looting. Fish-Khabur is strategically crucial as an oil pipeline crosses through there into Turkey .

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Brother of Las Vegas shooter suspected of child porn possession

TMZ was the first to report the arrest, adding that Bruce Paddock had child porn on his computer. This is a developing story. A criminal complaint filed in Los Angeles County lists 20 potential counts and indicates the alleged crimes, including possession of child pornography and sexual exploitation of a child, occurred in 2014.

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Dwyane Wade: Moving To Cavaliers Bench Is Best For The Team

Wade and Cavs coach Tyronn Lue came to a unanimous decision Sunday, a day after Cleveland lost 114-93 to the Orland Magic. For a guy who only averaged 8.5 points per game for his career, Lue sure does know what it's like to be a superstar in the league.

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Gallup: 64 percent of Americans want marijuana legal

Americans continue to warm to legalizing marijuana, with 64 percent saying its use should be made legal, the Gallup survey reports. This represents the highest support Gallup has recorded since it began polling on the issue 48 years ago. After rising by 10 points (29 percent) between 2001 and 2009, the percentage of Americans who say pot should be legal rose by 20 points (45 percent) between 2009 and 2017.

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Ewan McGregor splits from wife Eve Mavrakis after 22 years

A source told The Sun: 'Ewan and Mary Elizabeth were there together and seemed relaxed in each other's company. Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead attend event at Saban Media Center on May 11, 2017 in North Hollywood, California.