• US First Lady Melania Trump
US First Lady Melania Trump

The interview then goes on to ask the First Lady about her marriage to Donald Trump , his infidelity and the #MeToo movement that has swept through social media. "Do you support the #MeToo movement?" "But we need to show the evidence. I'm president.' I didn't know people in Washington ". "And, you know, also men, not just women".

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  • Trump warns he could do ‘a lot more’ on China trade
Trump warns he could do ‘a lot more’ on China trade

China's trade surplus with the United States widened to a record $34.1 billion in September as exports to the USA market rose by 13 percent over a year earlier despite a worsening tariff war. Plus, the 10 percent tariffs were nearly entirely offset by the fall in the Chinese currency, which has depreciated by more than 8 percent since June.

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  • AI plane flies 4 hours with ruptured belly, lands safely
AI plane flies 4 hours with ruptured belly, lands safely

The plane's two pilots have been suspended pending an investigation. It was reported by Trichy airport officials that they have observed that the aircraft might have come in contact with the airport perimeter wall. Officials said all 130 passengers and six crew members alighted from the aircraft safely. The communication was revived after a few m...

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  • Limerick council convenes Severe Weather Assessment Team as Storm Callum approaches
Limerick council convenes Severe Weather Assessment Team as Storm Callum approaches

A Status orange wind warning is in place for counties Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Sligo and Clare from Thursday afternoon until Friday evening at 5pm. The Met Office said there will be strong winds and rainfall up to 10cm, leading to possible flooding and hard driving conditions.

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  • 'They erupted in cheers' - footage of NZDF Indonesia tsunami evacuation
'They erupted in cheers' - footage of NZDF Indonesia tsunami evacuation

But there are fears that two of the hardest-hit neighbourhoods in Palu - Petobo and Balaroa - could contain thousands more victims, swallowed up by ground that engulfed whole communities in a process known as liquefaction. Parker says Australian officials are ready to help the Indonesians transfer the aid further in the disaster zone. The French re...

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  • Suspect Arrested in Killing of Bulgarian Journalist
Suspect Arrested in Killing of Bulgarian Journalist

Prosecutors said she had been raped and beaten with such force that her face was unrecognisable. News agency reports about the killing were carried on several prominent worldwide media, which cited other murders of journalists in European countries in 2018.

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  • New finance minister Mboweni faces same old problems
New finance minister Mboweni faces same old problems

Here's everything you need to know. Nene, who was widely respected by investors, served as finance minister from 2014 to 2015 until he was sacked by Zuma and was re-appointed by Ramaphosa earlier this year. "Look, I bumped into them in public gatherings once or twice, but I never had an engagement and I've never been asked by them to do anything ...

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  • United States will always be a friend: Saudi Crown Prince
United States will always be a friend: Saudi Crown Prince

Prince Mohammed said the deal between Aramco and Sabic, which he hopes will close next year, was key for the future of the country?s energy industry. "So we believe that we are nearly close to having something with Kuwait". Earlier on Saturday, sources told Al Jazeera that a delegation of 15 Saudi officials arrived in Turkey the day Khashoggi...

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  • Site of limousine crash long a unsafe spot
Site of limousine crash long a unsafe spot

The Apple Barrel Country Store and Cafe sits at a T-intersection where authorities say a limousine blew through a stop sign Saturday night and crashed into a parked SUV. Police said Sunday that 20 people were killed in a two-vehicle crash on Saturday in upstate NY. An investigation at the scene revealed that a 2001 Ford Excursion limousine was ...

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  • George W. Bush’s daughter, Barbara, tied the knot over the weekend
George W. Bush’s daughter, Barbara, tied the knot over the weekend

According to People , Bush had kept her life very private until the wedding but is now sharing more details about her and her now-husband's story. "I'm so proud to be this beauties sister", Hager captioned a photo of herself and her sister.

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  • Palestinian kills two Israelis
Palestinian kills two Israelis

Col. Jonathan Conricus. "We know he is still armed and considered risky", he added. Israeli sources said that the shooter managed to withdraw from the site. The shooting suspect had a permit to enter the industrial park and worked at the factory, but he had been absent from work for "some days", the IDF said, adding that he had no previous secu...

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  • Melania Trump mocked - again - over outfit choice
Melania Trump mocked - again - over outfit choice

Who could forget the time she wore a pair of Manolo Blahnik stiletto heels to tour a Puerto Rican disaster zone? " Melania Trump went on a safari in Kenya wearing a pith helmet - a symbol of European colonial rule across Africa", another person tweeted.

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  • China tells US to stop criticism, says relations suffering
China tells US to stop criticism, says relations suffering

He further added that strategic US-China dialogue was something China chose not to undertake. North Korea on Monday said it was ready to allow an global group of inspectors into the country's clandestine nuclear and missile sites, a move that could be seen as more evidence in Washington and Pyongyang's thawing relationship.

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  • Hurricane Michael's path: Track the storm here
Hurricane Michael's path: Track the storm here

Michael battered parts of Mexico and Cuba with powerful winds and drenching rains on Sunday and into early Monday as it churned in the Caribbean. The Storm Surge Watch means the Tampa Bay area experience "life-threatening" flooding from rising water moving inland from the coastline during the next 48 hours, according to the Hurricane Center.

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  • Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince pledges Aramco flotation by early 2021
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince pledges Aramco flotation by early 2021

The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi , a 59-year-old Saudi columnist known for his views critical of the Saudi regime, remains a concern for his colleagues who staged a rally outside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Friday. Khashoggi is one of the Arab world's most prominent journalists and commentators. Why might Saudi Arabia want Khasho...

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  • Nawaz to chair CEC meeting of PML-N over Shahbaz's arrest today
Nawaz to chair CEC meeting of PML-N over Shahbaz's arrest today

And on Sept 19, the Islamabad High Court suspended their sentences and granted them bail till the disposal of their appeals. A rare meeting last month between Prime Minister Imran Khan and NAB Chairman Javed Iqbal also raised eyebrows as the first-time premier is also facing an NAB probe over allegedly illegal use of government helicopters.

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  • Government Humanitarian Aid Looted on Way to Donggala and Palu
Government Humanitarian Aid Looted on Way to Donggala and Palu

More than a thousand people could still be missing after Indonesia's devastating quake-tsunami, officials said Friday, drastically upping the number of people unaccounted for a week after the disaster. Military officials said Palu's airport is expected to reopen for civilian traffic later on Thursday. "They said they would come with the heavy m...

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  • United States indicts 7 Russian agents in global hacking conspiracy
United States indicts 7 Russian agents in global hacking conspiracy

But the accusations deepen Moscow's isolation at a time when its diplomatic ties with the West have been downgraded over the poisoning of an ex-spy and while it is under USA and European Union sanctions over actions in Ukraine. Department of Justice is expected to issue indictments of suspected Russian spies later on Thursday, in part due to inf...

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  • Interpol chief Meng Hongwei vanishes on trip to China
Interpol chief Meng Hongwei vanishes on trip to China

France is investigating the disappearance of Meng, who is also a senior Chinese security official, a person familiar with the matter said Friday. But news of his absence was swiftly followed by speculation that Meng - who also serves as a vice minister of China's Ministry of Public Security - had been swept up in Beijing's secretive anti-corrup...

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  • Turkey launches probe into Saudi journalist's disappearance
Turkey launches probe into Saudi journalist's disappearance

Reacting to the news of his alleged murder, Mr Khashoggi's Turkish fiancee, Hatice Cengiz, said she "did not believe he has been killed". An official statement attributed to an unnamed official from the Saudi consulate said Saudi investigators arrived in Istanbul on Saturday with the consent of Turkish authorities to assist in the investigation "...

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  • China Responds to US Provocations in South China Sea
China Responds to US Provocations in South China Sea

But the Chinese ship turned towards the right as it came close to the Decatur , trying to cut across the USA ship's bow and forcing the U.S. captain to perform a "radical maneuver", essentially throwing the 500-foot-long, 8,500-ton warship into reverse, he said .

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  • Dutch authorities accuse Russian Federation of targeting OPCW, MH17 investigation
Dutch authorities accuse Russian Federation of targeting OPCW, MH17 investigation

He said the Russian agents were being sent around the world to "conduct brazen close-access cyber operations". After the Skripal poisoning, the West agreed with Britain's assessment that Russian military intelligence was to blame and launched the biggest expulsion of Russian spies working under diplomatic cover since the height of the Cold War.Ru...

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  • Turkey will resist US sanctions over pastor:Erdogan
Turkey will resist US sanctions over pastor:Erdogan

The dispute has centred on the nearly two-year detention of evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson on terror-related and espionage charges, and caused the Turkish lira to take a beating. He also repeated Turkey's accusation that Washington is protecting Gulen, who has been based in the United States for two decades, and said the conviction in a NY court...

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  • McConnell takes key step toward vote on Kavanaugh nomination
McConnell takes key step toward vote on Kavanaugh nomination

In a statement Wednesday night after McConnell set the vote in motion, Ford's counsel wrote: "An FBI supplemental background investigation that did not include an interview of Dr. Despite the new FBI investigation , Democrats claim the White House imposed too many restrictions on its scope, which narrowed how thorough it could be.

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  • ‘Chuck Chequers’: Boris Johnson offers UK PM advice about Brexit plan
‘Chuck Chequers’: Boris Johnson offers UK PM advice about Brexit plan

The Prime Minister's decision to announce her long-awaited immigration policy late in the evening before Mr Johnson's speech was seen by some as an attempt to steal the media spotlight away from her most high-profile critic. Johnson, who left the government during the summer over his opposition to May's Brexit plans and is the bookmakers' favori...

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