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World NU Professor, Oxford Staffer Charged With 1st Degree Murder
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Warren ran over and covered the victim's mouth, then hit him with a heavy lamp, before leaving the room, returning with a kitchen knife and joined in the stabbing frenzy, it is alleged. The prosecutor told the court that the victim's last words were to Lathem: "Wyndham, what are you doing?" The case took weird turns as authorities revealed Latham donated $1,000 to a Wisconsin library in the dead man's name and sent an apology video to friends and family.

World State's jobless rate still at 3.4%
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Unfortunately, this is higher than the nationwide unemployment rate for July-which is 4.3 percent-but it is also still pretty low for the Golden State. Gains occurred in health care and social assistance (+5,200) and in educational services (+3,000). The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission reported Friday that the sharpest decline was in the manufacturing industry, which lost 1,400 jobs.

World South Korea military drills about to begin
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Approximately 17,500 US troops will take part, with about 3,000 coming from off-peninsula. Harry Harris will meet with South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Jeong Kyeong-doo, the US military confirmed Saturday.

World Turkey condemns German reluctance on customs union expansion
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Neither the Christian Democrats nor the SPD nor the Greens. Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel of the SPD was quick to react, condemning Erdogan's comments as an "unprecedented act of interference". "We stand even more with those who are fighting for a free and democratic Turkey". The German section of the writers' associated PEN said charges against Akhanli centre on a crime committed while he wasn't in Turkey.

World Finland stabbing: At least two dead, six injured
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Two people have been killed and six others injured in a knife attack in the Finnish city of Turku . Witnesses said a young man and woman were stabbed in the back, the news outlet reported . Finland's interior minister said security is being stepped up across the country. Finnish police arrested five people in a Turku apartment on Friday night as part of their investigation.

World Boston Free Speech Rally Organizers Fear Violence, Face Threats - Security Guard
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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh arrived in Roxbury on Saturday morning where counter-protesters were set to begin a march to Boston Common. The alt-right event comes just one week after the so-called "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia which culminated in violence perpetrated by white supremacists, leaving one woman-Heather Heyer-dead and many more injured.

World Death toll in Sierra Leone mudslides rises to 467
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The victims have also been asked to identify their relatives at the mortuary ahead of a mass burial. More than 2,000 victims of the disaster have become homeless, and several houses and properties damaged by the disaster. For victims of the flooding and mudslides, Bishop Oyedepo pledged assistance of food items and general provisions, including 250 bags of rice, 250 liters of vegetable oil, 250 bags of onions, 250 blankets, clothing, washing soap among others.

World How Did North Korea Get Nuclear Weapons?
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Trump said last week the United States would rain "fire and fury" on North Korea , which some interpreted as threatening the country with a preemptive nuclear attack. Security Council measures. "In the event of a missile launch towards the territory of Japan, Guam, the United States, Korea ( South Korea ), we would take immediate specific actions to take it down", Mattis said.

World Secret Service Investigates Lawmaker's Assassination Comment
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Chappelle-Nadal posted the comment on her personal Facebook page, which is not open to the public. Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson - who also serves as President of the Missouri Senate - said, "Senator Chappelle-Nadal's troubling remarks expressing her hope that the President of the United States would be assassinated is a violation of the principles of our state, and it is conduct unbecoming of an elected official".

World It's confirmed! Shraddha Kapoor to star opposite Prabhas in 'Saaho'
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Shraddha Kapoor has charged a bomb for playing the female lead in Prabhas' next film Saaho . Producers (Vamsi and Pramod) of UV Creations confirmed the news saying, "Shraddha is absolutely the ideal choice for the role". The Bollywood debut of Prabhas had been the most anticipated topics for the audience. The film, which is an ambitious hi tech action drama, has already kick-started shoot and it is being shot in three languages - Hindi, Tamil and Telugu - simultaneously.

World Merger move: AIADMK constitutes committee to probe Jaya's death
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Jayakumar said that she has moral, ethical and legal right over the house. While some saw Palaniswamy's announcement as an attempt to patch up with the Panneerselvam faction, the latter was not entirely convinced. Palaniswamy said Jayalalithaa had worked well with dexterity as Tamil Nadu's chief minister and brought laurels to the state. He also announced that Jayalalithaa's Poes Garden residence will be transformed into a memorial and opened up for public.

World Political feud erupts between Australia and New Zealand
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Mr Hickey said Kiwis were particularly insulted by Ms Bishop's suggestion she might struggle to work with a future New Zealand Labour Party prime minister. REPORTER: Minister, can you argue that if this conspiracy or whatever is true, that Labor and the New Zealand Parliament were doing what Barnaby Joyce should have done in the first place and checked his own citizenship given that he had a New Zealand father? The government is demanding the ALP produce documents for at least ...

World Monsoon flood kills 56 people in India
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People from regions like Nagao, Dhubri, Barpeta, and Kamru hoisted the National Flag amidst the heavy rains and floods in the state. The official toll in the floods in Bihar remains at 72, but the estimate for the number of people affected has risen to 73.44 lakh.

World U.S. forecaster says 40 percent chance of cyclone east of Lesser Antilles
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Some additional strengthening is possible today. Heavy rain over the next 24 hours will be followed by the remnants of Hurricane Gert now crossing the Atlantic. Shower activity associated with a second area of low pressure between the Antilles and Africa also has become better organized. The second system (yellow X) is a tropical wave near the Cabo Verde Islands that is producing a large area of disorganized showers and thunderstorms.

World Iran could restart nuclear programme
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New sanctions approved by Congress this month penalized Iran for its ballistic missile program and other activities in the region. Under the deal , called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and signed by Tehran and major world powers - the US, France, Britain, Russia , and China, plus Germany - Tehran officially agreed to halt parts of its nuclear program and subject other sectors to increased United Nations monitoring.

World Chinese Troops Enter Ladakh on Independence Day
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This resulted in stone pelting that caused minor injuries to people on both sides, the officials added. He said Chinese soldiers had twice tried to enter Indian territory but had been pushed back. The two sides have frequently accused each other of territorial intrusions, but clashes are rare. Both countries' troops have already been embroiled in a seven-week-long standoff on the Doklam plateau in another part of the remote Himalayan region near their disputed frontier.

World Inventor held in Denmark over missing journalist
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Found empty, the vessel is now undergoing technical investigation by the police - in conjunction with extensive search efforts around the waters of Öresund to find Wall. Møller Jensen added that there were indications that Madsen deliberately sank his submarine. An inventor has been charged with manslaughter after a journalist went missing after taking a ride in his submarine .

Author: 0 Top US general says it's Trump's decision whether to strike N. Korea

Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo said on " Fox News Sunday ". During an interview on " FOX News Sunday ", CIA Director Mike Pompeo explained to host Chris Wallace why the deteriorating situation in Venezuela is important to USA national security.

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Dunford is expected to meet with leaders in China, South Korea and Japan during his trip. Gen Dunford, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Mr Moon that the US priority was supporting diplomatic and economic sanctions against the North, South Korea's presidential office said.

World Federal Bureau of Investigation searches home of ex-Trump aide
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The Senate judiciary committee still has not received a response to its letter to the Justice Department about warrants the FBI sought under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act as part of the bureau's probe into potential Trump and Russian Federation collusion, congressional sources said .

World Spain Should Make Improvements to Be Ready for Migration Inflow
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Holidaymakers on a beach in southern Spain Wednesday were stunned when a black rubber boat full of migrants reached the shore, its occupants jumping out and running away as scores of sun-worshippers looked on. He added that the boats crossing the short but choppy sea to Spain were much smaller than those launching from Libya to Italy. The migrants either make it to the Spanish coast or are intercepted in the Mediterranean Sea by Spain's marine rescue service and then taken ashore.

World Fox News' Eric Bolling files defamation suit against Huffington Post reporter
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On Monday, Bolling tweeted: "Overwhelmed by all the support I have received". Bolling , 54, is being represented by the law firm Kasowitz Benson Torres, whose founder, Marc E. The Los Angeles Times, citing anonymous sources, reported that the unidentified woman told Fox's outside lawyers that she was coerced into a sexual relationship with him, then blackballed from the network when she tried to end it.

World 'Preschool-Aged' Child Found Dead In Van Outside Orlando-Area Daycare Center
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Temperatures in Orlando reached 34C (93F) on Monday, according to the National Weather Service. "This was an absolute tragedy that could have been prevented", Mina said. Paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene, police said. At least 31 other children in the USA, including four in Florida, have died after being left in hot cars this year, WKMG-tv reports.

World Gaza Rocket Hits Near Southern Israeli City of Ashkelon
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Israel, however, has blamed the islamist Hamas movement, which controls the palestinian enclave, and bombard usually the bases of its military wing in retaliation. "We will not allow Gaza to be turned into a testing field for Israeli ammunition". Hamas, the terror group that rules Gaza, has largely refrained from firing rockets into Israel since it fought a devastating war with Israel in 2014.

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