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Two suspicious packages addressed to Biden were found at a mail facility in DE, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said. Former President Barack Obama and two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton were mailed explosive devices disguised as packages on Wednesday.
  • 'Worst cover-up ever': Trump slams Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi killing

    'Worst cover-up ever': Trump slams Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi killing

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    Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said Khashoggi's death had been a "mistake" but denied that the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had ordered it. Mr Erdogan stopped short of mentioning the crown prince who some USA lawmakers suspect ordered the killing. It comes after Turkey's president earlier said Mr Khashoggi's body had not been found and demanded Saudi officials reveal its whereabouts.
  • United Kingdom could seek extension to Brexit transition, says Theresa May

    United Kingdom could seek extension to Brexit transition, says Theresa May

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    Two separate Cabinet sources confirmed to HuffPost UK that Lidington had made his "Black Wednesday" warning as fellow ministers appeared to take a less apocalyptic stance, making the case that a no-deal Brexit was manageable. May's office said she planned to tell the House of Commons that "the vast majority" of issues are settled, including the status of Gibraltar, Britain's territory at the tip of the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Thousands in London march for vote on Brexit terms

    Thousands in London march for vote on Brexit terms

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    Among the groups were families, academics, scientists, doctors, students and teenagers from Dorset schools. " Brexit's becoming a dog's dinner". The march organisers have attempted to package the move to force Britain to vote again on whether it wants to leave the European Union again - having already voted against the wishes of the European Union in 2016 - as the " People's Vote ".
  • Central American Caravan Crosses into Mexico as Trump Threats Mount

    Central American Caravan Crosses into Mexico as Trump Threats Mount

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    They are hoping to gain access to the United States of America to live and work, but President Trump is unhappy that so many people are attempting cross the US-Mexico border illegally. Amnesty International also called on Latin American governments to let people enter and apply for protections. They are also deeply concerned by the violence provoked by some members of the group, as well as the apparent political motivation of some organizers of the caravan .
  • Saudi phone calls, 'body double' after Khashoggi killing

    Saudi phone calls, 'body double' after Khashoggi killing

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    President Donald Trump said Monday that he was not satisfied with Saudi Arabia's explanation for the alleged murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Numbers provided by the stock exchange on Sunday show that Saudi institutional investors were net buyers of 7.8 billion riyals in the week ended October 18, the highest value since June 2017.
  • Protests break out at train accident site

    Protests break out at train accident site

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    Speaking on the incident, Minister of State for Railways, Manoj Sinha, said , "I believe that the statement of Amritsar Police Commissioner must be an authorised statement of Punjab government". Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh , who visited the accident site Saturday, has ordered a magisterial inquiry into the incident, including finding out if mandatory permissions for holding the function were given.
  • Khashoggi killed, torn to pieces by ‘butcher’ in pre-prepared room

    Khashoggi killed, torn to pieces by ‘butcher’ in pre-prepared room

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    The overnight announcements in Saudi state media came more than two weeks after Mr Khashoggi , 59, entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul for paperwork required to marry his Turkish fiancee, and never came out. Reports in Turkish media this week gave gruesome details of what are said to be his final minutes. A frame grab on October 10, 2018 from a police CCTV video made available through Turkish Newspaper Sabah allegedly shows a black diplomatic vehicle in front of the Saudi ...
  • Manafort visited Mueller 9 times since pleading guilty

    Manafort visited Mueller 9 times since pleading guilty

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    Prosecutors had wanted to wait until Manafort's cooperation was complete before proceeding to sentencing, where he could face as many as 10 years on the Virginia charges. Manafort looked frail and had a foot elevated in a sock as he was wheeled in and out of court wearing a jumpsuit that read "ALEXANDRIA INMATE" on the back.
  • Pompeo sent to Saudi Arabia amid concerns over missing journalist

    Pompeo sent to Saudi Arabia amid concerns over missing journalist

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    The kingdom has come under intense scrutiny over the disappearance of Khashoggi, who Turkish investigators believe was killed and dismembered inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Senators from both political parties have called for sanctions against Saudis responsible for Khashoggi's disappearance. A joint Turkish-Saudi team was set to search the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where Khashoggi was last seen on October 2.
  • Turkey searches Saudi Embassy as Trump speaks of 'rogue killers'

    Turkey searches Saudi Embassy as Trump speaks of 'rogue killers'

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    Pompeo is to also meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Mohammed, whom Khashoggi wrote critically about in The Washington Post and whose rise in power saw the writer go into a self-imposed exile in the U.S. But late Monday evening - after Turkish authorities placed high iron barriers in front of the consulate - a motorcade of six cars drew up and Turkish police and prosecutors entered the premises.
  • Condition of People Wounded in Kerch Attack Stabilized Overnight - Minister

    Condition of People Wounded in Kerch Attack Stabilized Overnight - Minister

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    The announcement that the shooter was a student who acted alone came after hours of shifting explanations as to what happened at the school, with investigators initially saying it might have been a terrorist attack. Security had been stepped up in the city of 150,000 in the far east of Crimea, where a recently-opened bridge links the Russian mainland to the annexed territory.
  • Fed's Quarles Says Uncertainty Calls For Gradual U.S. Rate Hikes

    Fed's Quarles Says Uncertainty Calls For Gradual U.S. Rate Hikes

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    A better-than-expected retail sales print on Wednesday soothed fears Africa's most industrialised economy was still wallowing in recession, and mining production figures due at 0900 GMT will be watched for further signs of recovery. "Overall, nothing here to change our view", said Paul Ashworth, chief US economist at Capital Economics . "But I put him there", - he added. Alan Greenspan, a legendary Fed Chairman who served under four different presidents from 1987 to 2006 said that it was ...
  • 61 dead as train mows down Dasara crowd in Amritsar

    61 dead as train mows down Dasara crowd in Amritsar

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    As the effigy was set on fire amid bursting of firecrackers, people reportedly could not hear the sound of the oncoming train. The accident raises questions of negligence on behalf of the rail operator and the administration as to why the festival was held to so close to the rail line and why no barriers had been put up to stop people from getting onto the track.