• FBI Has Suspect in Damaging CIA Leak of Spying Code
FBI Has Suspect in Damaging CIA Leak of Spying Code

Schulte, 29, a former CIA software engineer who designed malware that the spy agency used to hack into the computers of terror suspects. Prosecutors said in court last week that they plan to file a new indictment in the next 45 days, and Mr.

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  • Irate Woman Detained After Throwing Feces At Tim Hortons Staff In Langley
Irate Woman Detained After Throwing Feces At Tim Hortons Staff In Langley

Before leaving, she was also seen grabbing some tissues, wiping her behind and then throwing the soiled tissue at the counter. The video of the Tim Hortons pooper can be found in the tweet embedded below. According to Langley RCMP, the incident took place at the location in the 20200-block of Douglas Cr. on Monday evening. Police were eventual...

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  • EU launches measures to protect European business in Iran
EU launches measures to protect European business in Iran

Once Iran's top trading partner and its second-biggest oil customer, the European Union has sought to pour hundreds of billions of euros into the Islamic Republic since the bloc, along with the United Nations and United States, lifted blanket economic sanctions in 2016 that had hurt the Iranian economy.

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  • Scottish parliament votes against giving consent to UK's European Union withdrawal bill
Scottish parliament votes against giving consent to UK's European Union withdrawal bill

But Scottish Brexit Minister Mike Russell said this will "not be the end of the process", as the two governments aim to settle their long-running dispute over where powers returning to the United Kingdom post-Brexit should be held. Britain as a whole voted in June 2016 to leave the European Union, but Scotland voted to remain. "We are likely to...

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  • Senate Panel Agrees: Russia Meddled in 2016 Election
Senate Panel Agrees: Russia Meddled in 2016 Election

Trump has repeatedly denied any allegations of collusion with Russian Federation during the election campaign. Jared Kushner was apparently not pleased when he attended a 2016 Trump Tower meeting that he expected would provide dirt on then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton , according to recently released interviews with the man who arr...

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  • Estimated 30000 march in Raleigh for more teacher funds, pay
Estimated 30000 march in Raleigh for more teacher funds, pay

The teachers' group favors a proposal by Cooper to raise salaries by stopping planned tax cuts on corporations and high-income households. The teachers are supporting a measure being pushed by the democratic governor. But not all of them could make it. - Invest more in spending per student. "We are now about $2,400 below the national average ...

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  • The Right Stuff author Tom Wolfe dies at 87
The Right Stuff author Tom Wolfe dies at 87

While Michael Lewis said: "What I hope people know about him is that he was a sweet and generous man". Wolfe began his writing career as a newspaper reporter, first for the Washington Post and then for the New York Herald Tribune . astronauts and their test pilot predecessors. A pioneer of new journalism , Wolfe wove ornate tapestries throu...

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  • European Union launches economic plan to save Iran nuclear deal
European Union launches economic plan to save Iran nuclear deal

The European Union set out to identify "practical solutions" for salvaging the Iran nuclear accord within weeks, as the bloc strives to contain the fallout from President Donald Trump's decision to pull the plug from the landmark deal. After long negotiations, Iran agreed in July 2015 to freeze its nuclear program in return for the repeal of punish...

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  • Indonesia violence: Samurai sword-armed men target police station
Indonesia violence: Samurai sword-armed men target police station

Just hours after the church bombings, a further three people in another family were killed and two wounded when another bomb exploded at an apartment complex about 30km from Surabaya. Most attacks in recent years have been limited to low-level operations against domestic security forces. The militants also rampantly shot at the headquarters, acco...

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  • Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's first post-royal wedding event celebrates Prince Charles
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's first post-royal wedding event celebrates Prince Charles

Thomas Markle is set to miss the wedding of his daughter Meghan and Prince Harry due to heart surgery, it has been reported. Doria Ragland was seen heading to Los Angeles International Airport, where she will catch a plane bound for England.

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  • 1 dead, 3 hurt in Southern California building explosion
1 dead, 3 hurt in Southern California building explosion

It blew out walls and windows, heavily damaging the first floor corner of the two-story building and hurling debris outside, said Capt. The explosion, in a normally tranquil South Orange County city, prompted the evacuation of nearby businesses and a school filled with children, officials said.

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  • Facebook suspends about 200 apps that may have misused data
Facebook suspends about 200 apps that may have misused data

In their audit, the company examined how many third-party apps especially those created before Facebook's data policies were changed in 2014 had widespread access to user information. Outside of that key 200 figure, Facebook's revelations leave a lot of important details out. Mr Archibong said Facebook would "show people if they or their friends ...

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  • Korea begins dismantling nuclear test site: U.S. analysis
Korea begins dismantling nuclear test site: U.S. analysis

President Trump has assured us he'll drive a hard bargain with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and he set the goal posts firmly at Kim's getting rid of his nuclear weapons. North Korea announced last month that it "no longer need [s]" nuclear and missile tests because the country has "verified the completion of nuclear weapons".

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  • Soros-backed foundation leaving Hungary
Soros-backed foundation leaving Hungary

The Open Society Foundations have a long legacy in Hungary, where Soros was born and where he began his philanthropy in Europe. The inspiration of billionaire philanthropist, George Soros , is relocating its headquarters to Berlin from Budapest within the wake of an "more and more repressive" setting in Hungary.

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  • DFB chief slams Ozil, Gundogan photos with Turkish president
DFB chief slams Ozil, Gundogan photos with Turkish president

Both have done a lot for integration in Germany. PM's spokesman said: 'Our close relationship with Turkey allows us to have frank discussions and you can expect that the Prime Minister will raise human rights during talks tomorrow. Mr Erdogan continued to blast the actions of the US President by insisting the Iran nuclear deal should be "preser...

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  • Trump sees chance of breakthrough in meeting with Kim: Bolton
Trump sees chance of breakthrough in meeting with Kim: Bolton

Bong Se-jong, representative of the Korean Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, said the upcoming Kim-Trump summit is the biggest concern among South Korean nationals in the entire Southeast Asian region. Some analysts question whether the dismantling of the site is aimed at destroying evidence. The meeting between the neighboring countries was sche...

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  • Putin Officially Opens Massive Bridge Linking Crimea To Russia
Putin Officially Opens Massive Bridge Linking Crimea To Russia

The EU has imposed a range of sanctions over Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, carried out in retaliation for Ukraine ousting its pro-Russian president in what Russia has condemned as a Western-backed coup. "Let me remind you, on my behalf to the Arbitration Tribunal of the UN Convention on the law of the sea was filed on protectin...

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  • One dead, arrests in Indonesia terror raid
One dead, arrests in Indonesia terror raid

Inspector general Machfud Arifin told CNN Indonesia that the suicide attacks were carried out using a motorbike at St Mary's church and a vehicle at another. The top security minister, Wiranto, who uses one name, said the government will attempt to hasten passage of an updated anti-terrorism law that has languished in parliament.

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  • Heitkamp backs Haspel to lead Central Intelligence Agency
Heitkamp backs Haspel to lead Central Intelligence Agency

Haspel appears to have a lock on confirmation, with a vote in the Intelligence Committee expected for Wednesday. She is expected to be confirmed by the full Senate as soon as next week, although that vote likely also will be close. Mark Warner , D-Va., who is among key Democrats whose votes will be crucial in the narrowly divided GOP Senate, espe...

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  • AFGHANISTAN: Government building attacked in Jalalabad, 12 dead
AFGHANISTAN: Government building attacked in Jalalabad, 12 dead

The assault comes days after suicide bombers and gunmen launched apparently coordinated attacks on two Kabul police stations Wednesday, killing at least ten people. The Taliban and IS have made clear their intention of disrupting the elections. Their Operation Al Khandaq will target United States forces and "their intelligence agents" as well a...

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  • Pakistan Prevents US Diplomat From Leaving the Country
Pakistan Prevents US Diplomat From Leaving the Country

Pakistan won't allow a US diplomat to leave the country after he was involved in a fatal traffic crash, a Pakistani intelligence official. Colonel Joseph Hall , a defence attaché, accompanied by eight people from the US Embassy had reached Nur Khan Air Base in Rawalpindi to board a special aircraft that had arrived from Bagram base in Afghani...

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  • China's first domestically built aircraft carrier begins maiden sea trial
China's first domestically built aircraft carrier begins maiden sea trial

Last month, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for the creation of a "first-class navy" at a major naval review held in the South China Sea. It is China's second aircraft carrier following the purchase of the Soviet-built Liaoning from Ukraine in 1998.

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  • Lithuania gets into Eurovision final
Lithuania gets into Eurovision final

THE publication of a photograph of Spain's Alfred and Amaia taken during rehearsals for the Eurovision Song Contest nearly led to the country being expelled from the competition on Saturday. "And I'd be ready; I'm always ready". Though Ireland is still the most successful country at the contest, with seven wins, we haven't been in the Eurovisi...

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  • PM told to extend Brexit transition beyond 2020 amid customs row
PM told to extend Brexit transition beyond 2020 amid customs row

Under pressure from the European Union to move forward with talks on a future partnership, May must settle on a customs proposal to unite, or at least not tear apart, her government, her party, Britain's parliament and one that could be backed by the EU.

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  • Kilauea lava affects many Hawaii residents
Kilauea lava affects many Hawaii residents

Both are pet-friendly. It's the second time in a week the park has shut down. The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory measured a temperature of 103 degrees C (218 degrees F) at a crack in Leilani Estates on Wednesday. If you're within several miles, you could be within range of smaller rocks the size of marbles, he said, and 20 miles downwind "you wou...

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