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Australia to resume anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria - defense chief

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Beirut- The Syrian scene lately witnessed several escalatory messages exchanged between the US, Russia and Iran, pushing Washington on Tuesday to call for more troops to al-Tanf military camp in the southeast of Syria as the US-led International Coalition succeeded to down an Iranian-made drone operated by the regime. Read More »

Netanyahu warns Iran to not threaten Israel

Iran fired six missiles from the western part of the country into eastern Syria targeting what it called "terrorist bases" in Deir ez-Zor. The Russians, who have been providing air cover for Assad's forces since 2015, appear to want to avoid further USA targeting of Syrian warplanes or ground troops that have come under US attack in eastern Syria recently. Read More »

After visit, Ryan says Scalise is 'doing well'

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Here is how Tucker and Werner described Hodgkinson's list in the fourth and fifth paragraphs of their report, which was primarily about the upgrading of shooting victim and Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise's condition. "The shooter made numerous posts on his social media accounts, espousing anti-Republican views, however those posts appear to be first amendment protected rights", Slater says. Read More »

FBI Says Gunman Acted Alone In Attack On Congress

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During a news conference Wednesday, Tim Slater, the special agent in charge of the FBI's Washington office, said authorities believe 66-year-old James "Tom" Hodgkinson acted alone, and there was no connection to terrorism. "In April 2017, the shooter rented a storage unit in Alexandria ", Slater said, "in which we found a laptop computer, an excess of 20o rounds of ammunition, a receipt for a November, 2016 gun purchase, and additional SKS rifle components". Read More »

Passports in Hindi too, announces Sushma Swaraj

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Currently, personal details in passports are printed only in English. The Minister for Communications Shri Manoj Sinha said that the Passport Seva Project (PSP) has been a watershed in the history of passport issuance in India with its successful implementation in the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode. Read More »

House Democrat: 'We need new leadership'

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During Thursday's press briefing, Pelosi took several questions about her future in the role of minority leader for the Democrats. Another Democrat who has been pushing for leadership changes, Rep. While Rice acknowledged the credit Pelosi has been given by her colleagues for being a great fundraiser, Rice noted that the money hasn't helped Democrats win elections. Read More »

Trump congratulates newly-elevated Saudi Arabian crown prince

Since the removal of King Saud in 1964, orderly successions passed along the sons of the kingdom's founder, Abdulaziz. Al Arabiya television reported that the promotion of the prince was approved by the kingdom's Allegiance Council, and that the king had called for a public pledging of loyalty to Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday evening in Mecca. Read More »

Record 65.6 Million People Displaced Worldwide, Says UN

The figures released ahead of World Refugee Day on Tuesday showed that 10.3 million of the world's displaced people fled their homes a year ago alone, including 3.4 million who crossed worldwide borders to become refugees . The U.N. attributes a lot of that uptick to the Syrian war. Another 6.5 million people who had been forcibly displaced returned to their home communities. Read More »

One killed as Storm Cindy makes landfall in southern US

Parts of southeastern Louisiana, southern MS, southern Alabama and western portions of the Florida Panhandle were under tornado warnings and some saw streets covered in up to 3 feet of water. Forecasters are warning of life-threatening flash floods and severe thunderstorms as the eye of Storm Cindy moves further inland across Louisiana. Additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches with isolated maximum amounts of 8 inches over southern MS, southern and central Alabama, and extreme western ... Read More »

North Korea Denies it Tortured Detainee Warmbier

Warmbier was a student at the University of Virginia when he travelled to North Korea in January 2016 as a tourist. In a news conference before Warmbier's death , they said they could not speculate on the cause of his condition. Doctors said Warmbier suffered extensive loss of brain tissue and "profound weakness and contraction" of his muscles, arms and legs. Let us hope Trump puts aside his tendency to respond emotionally and personally to any challenge and formulates a strong response ... Read More »

Mueller hasn't chose to investigate Trump for obstruction

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Now, it seems, it is indeed changing. On Meet the Press , he said, "But when you see a tweet , okay, or a utilization of social media, and the president has, I mean, his social media reach is over a hundred million". Trump's tweet about the witch hunt only served to confirm the reports. Sekulow defending Trump was nothing new. "Okay, well good, we're in agreement", noted Wallace. Read More »

Yellowstone grizzly bears removed from endangered species list - KXLH.com | Helena, Montana

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Nuvamsa's comments were circulated by Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.), who said he would introduce legislation to protect all grizzly bears , listed or not. Executive Director Caroline Byrd calls the bear's recovery a huge success in conservation and says the organization will continue to closely monitor the bear de-listing process to ensure the long-term viability. Read More »

Comment Bayrou justifie son départ — Démission du gouvernement

La parité est plus que respectée puisque sur 19 ministres de plein exercice, le nouveau gouvernement compte 11 femmes. De nouveaux secrétaires d'Etat issus de la droite font également leur entrée dans le nouveau gouvernement: Sébastien Lecornu, un proche du ministre de l'Economie Bruno Le Maire, est nommé secrétaire d'Etat auprès du ministre de la Transition écologique et solidaire, alors que Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne (LR) devient secrétaire d'Etat auprès du ministre de l'Europe et des Affaires ... Read More »

Philippine troops evict Muslim rebel raiders from village

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The brutal urban combat situation in Marawi has killed more than 60 soldiers. Carmalia has been told the army is close to clearing the militants from the area around her home, she said. "These cell groups conduct coordinated attacks with the aforesaid rebel groups", Calida said. Locals authorities are planning to build tent cities over the next six months. Read More »

The president's job rating: Who approves, and who doesn't?

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CBS found that the most popular reason people cited for their disapproval was Trump's potential ties to Russian Federation. Most who approve of the President say it is not serious . Trump is handling the Russian Federation issue, but in far lower numbers (at 57 percent) than their support for the job he's doing on the issues of the economy (80 percent) and terrorism (77 percent). Read More »

The Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) Rating Reiterated by Pacific Crest

It has outperformed by 27.75% the S&P500. Robert W. Baird maintained the stock with "Buy" rating in Friday, September 11 report. ( NASDAQ CSCO ) traded down 0.2619% during midday trading on Thursday, hitting $31.7566. Among 45 analysts covering Apple Inc. This represents a $1.16 dividend on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 3.64%. Creative Planning reported 462,025 shares or 0.09% of all its holdings. Read More »

Breaking Down the Senate Healthcare Bill

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And like Goldilocks, they are searching for something that is "just right". "The Senate Bill may be even meaner". While many moderate Republicans expressed concerns, it was a groups of conservative Republican senators who stated they would not vote for the bill as now written because it didn't go far enough in repealing Obamacare . Read More »

North Korea carries out another rocket engine test

Fox said officials are concerned that the technology could potentially be used on a future intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of reaching the west coast of the United States. China's top diplomat, Yang Jiechi, told Trump in a meeting at the White House that Beijing was willing to "maintain communication and coordination" with the United States in an effort to defuse tension on the Korean peninsula, according to a statement from China's Foreign Ministry on Friday. Read More »

Watters: 'Are the Democrats Sick of Losing Yet?'

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Even Cher chimed in, tweeting that the GOP runs against her in every race. Rice said other Democrats she had spoken to were calling for new leadership across the board. "What's really important is that Donald Trump has seized the narrative back, that he's doing better with the voters than Democrats think he is", he said. Read More »

Gorkhaland agitation: Army called in as protests in Darjeeling turn violent

However, the GJM has condemned all sorts of violence in the region and said that miscreants, rather than GJM volunteers, were involved in the violence. "We are trying to identify the person, but going by the preliminary investigation it seems that he is a local", he said. Darjeeling remains on shutdown mode for the seventh consecutive day as thousands of supporters took to the streets to mark their protest against the killing of the two GJM supporters. Read More »

Cindy slams the gulf coast

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National Hurricane Center said. RAINFALL: Cindy is expected to produce rain accumulations of 3 to 6 inches with isolated maximum amounts up to 8 inches over eastern Texas, western and central Louisiana and southern and eastern Arkansas through Friday morning. Read More »