• Bartow girls drew up plans, notes on plot to attack school
Bartow girls drew up plans, notes on plot to attack school

Police released photos of the weapons investigators said they recovered from the girls. Police said the girls claimed to be devil worshippers and were planning to slit their classmates' throats, drink their blood and eat their flesh once they had killed them.

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  • Israel's Netanyahu makes surprise, unpublicized visit to Oman
Israel's Netanyahu makes surprise, unpublicized visit to Oman

The visit came at the invitation of Sultan Qaboos and followed "lengthy contacts between the two countries", the Israeili statement said. "It is the first official encounter of this level since the year 1996", Netanyahu announced via Twitter after returning to Tel Aviv.

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  • Sri Lanka plunges into crisis as president sacks PM
Sri Lanka plunges into crisis as president sacks PM

Sirisena, the man who has now appointed him as PM. Sirisena's decision to appoint his former foe prime minister threatens the Indian Ocean island nation with fresh turmoil just as it was trying to emerge from the shadow of the civil war. Since the constitution after the Nineteenth Amendment specifies these ways in which the prime minister ceases ...

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  • Package intercepted at DE mail facility, addressed to Joe Biden
Package intercepted at DE mail facility, addressed to Joe Biden

All the people who were targeted are frequently maligned by right-wing critics, including former U.S. President Barack Obama , former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Obama's Attorney General Eric Holder .

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  • CNN showed photos of bombs
CNN showed photos of bombs

He could face decades in prison if convicted. Each device consisted of roughly six inches of PVC pipe, a small clock, a battery, some wiring, and what is known as "energetic material", which is essentially potential explosives and material that gives off heat and energy through a reaction to heat, shock, or friction.

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  • Pullman community reeling after track star's murder
Pullman community reeling after track star's murder

Her parents called 911 while keeping the phone line open. A University of Utah track athlete was shot dead on the campus Monday night by a man she reportedly had dated and complained to police about, authorities said . McCluskey initially declined police assistance in dealing with Rowland, but later reported receiving numerous emails and messa...

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  • World Business Report, China opens the world's longest sea bridge
World Business Report, China opens the world's longest sea bridge

It consists of three cable-stayed bridges and one undersea tunnel, and is 14 miles longer than the most narrow width of the English Channel. The construction of this bridge started in 2009 and has been marred by several delays. He said it was the first time the three sides had worked together on a major infrastructure project. It also includes ...

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  • Saudi Loan: PM Imran Khan gets $6 billion lifeline from Saudi Arabia
Saudi Loan: PM Imran Khan gets $6 billion lifeline from Saudi Arabia

Prime Minister Imran Khan's decision to attend a Riyadh investment conference despite the outcry over the killing of a Saudi journalist has coincided with an agreement for a $6 billion assistance package from the oil-rich kingdom, a crucial infusion of cash as Pakistan grapples with a soaring deficit.

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  • Trump sends troops to border, pushing an issue key to base
Trump sends troops to border, pushing an issue key to base

Speaking on condition of anonymity, the official said the troops would be used mainly to provide logistical support including tents, vehicles, and equipment. "Go back to your Country and if you want, apply for citizenship like millions of others are doing!" tweeted the President. As for Trump's long-promised border wall, one woman said border...

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  • Search for missing Wisconsin girl Jayme Closs expanded
Search for missing Wisconsin girl Jayme Closs expanded

The search for a 13-year-old girl whose parents were killed in the family home a week ago is to expand with as many as 2000 volunteers expected to comb the area for the child feared abducted. Please continue to monitor Barron County Sheriff's Office Facebook homepage and the FBI Milwaukee #FindJayme twitter postings, should we need additional...

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  • 6 people shot outside laundromat in Jacksonville
6 people shot outside laundromat in Jacksonville

The JSO official Twitter account just informed the public that six adults have been shot, with three in critical condition. Deputies say the shooting is not affecting the game, but they will be assessing traffic leaving the stadium. Surveillance video from the area may show the suspects and the vehicle involved, Lendvay said. "There were at l...

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  • World's oldest intact shipwreck found in Black Sea
World's oldest intact shipwreck found in Black Sea

The researchers examined the ship with remotely operated underwater vehicles, collected a sample and carbon-dated it to around 400 B.C. The University of Southampton says this confirms the vessel as the oldest known intact shipwreck in the world.

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  • Turkey Won't Allow 'Cover-Up' Of Khashoggi Killing
Turkey Won't Allow 'Cover-Up' Of Khashoggi Killing

Jubeir said the Saudis did not know how Khashoggi , a Saudi national and USA resident, had been killed or where his body was. Pompeo would not speculate on Khashoggi's fate but said he told Prince Mohammed and other Saudi officials in Riyadh this week that the US does not "approve of extrajudicial killings".

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  • Saudi royals meet with slain writer’s relatives
Saudi royals meet with slain writer’s relatives

Erdogan also cast Turkey in the role of global statesman, echoing calls for full Saudi accountability from Western allies whose relationships with the Turkish government have often been edgy in the past. Erdogan said a team of Saudi officials had planned Khashoggi's murder days in advance. A protester outside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul , ...

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  • Theresa May: 95 per cent of Brexit agreed
Theresa May: 95 per cent of Brexit agreed

The key sticking point in Brexit talks is how to deal with the Irish border. "I don't think in terms of the negotiation that you can go back and undo something that has been agreed on both sides and sets a new red line on something that has been already agreed in negotiations", she said.

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  • Tropical Storm Michael could become Category 2 hurricane
Tropical Storm Michael could become Category 2 hurricane

Satellite wind data indicated the depression had strengthened Sunday morning with maximum winds of 40 miles per hour. Garcia said the tropical storm has the potential to produce gusty winds, heavy rain and flooding in South Florida, as well as possible isolated tornadoes through mid-week.

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  • Trump says he has alerted military to 'national emergency' of migrant caravan
Trump says he has alerted military to 'national emergency' of migrant caravan

Jesus Valdivia, of Tuxtla Chico, Mexico , was one of the many who pulled his pickup truck over to let 10 or even 20 migrants hop in at a time, sometimes causing vehicles' springs to groan under the weight. President Donald Trump had harsh words for Honduras's government Monday morning, as word spread that a second " migrant caravan " departed ...

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  • Saudi King, Crown Prince call Khashoggi’s son Salah
Saudi King, Crown Prince call Khashoggi’s son Salah

Fatih Birol, the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), is not anxious about Saudi Arabia retaliating with reduced oil supply in response to potential sanctions after the killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi .

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  • Seeking to frame election, Trump calls Democrats 'too extreme'
Seeking to frame election, Trump calls Democrats 'too extreme'

Trump in Elko later scoffed at the idea of a "blue wave" of heavy Democratic turnout this November and mocked the smaller crowd at Biden's event. "The Democrats don't care that a flood of illegal immigration will bankrupt our country". President Donald Trump fired a few shots at his favorite Democrat targets today during an Elko, Nevada Make...

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  • Amritsar tragedy: Is train driver lying? What we know so far
Amritsar tragedy: Is train driver lying? What we know so far

The train was coming from Jalandhar when the accident occurred at Joda Phatak near Amritsar , where at least 300 people were watching " Ravana dahan" at a ground adjacent to the tracks. Srivastava. The protestors were raising slogans against the state government and demanding resignation of Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu. The locals accused...

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  • Saudi Arabia calls Khashoggi killing 'grave mistake,' says prince not aware
Saudi Arabia calls Khashoggi killing 'grave mistake,' says prince not aware

Jubeir's contention that the Saudi government did not know precisely what happened to Khashoggi in the consulate - after the kingdom had previously announced that he was killed in a fistfight - was the latest in a series of shifting explanations by Saudi officials since Khashoggi disappeared.

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  • Google boycotts Saudi conference over Khashoggi
Google boycotts Saudi conference over Khashoggi

Turkish officials allege Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi regime living in the USA, was killed in the compound. "The denial was very, very strong", Trump later told reporters at the White House . Trump earlier had said Saudi Arabia could face " severe punishment " if it was proven it was involved in Khashoggi's disappearance. Saudi Arabia, m...

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  • Khashoggi probe: Turkish forensics team to search consul-general's residence
Khashoggi probe: Turkish forensics team to search consul-general's residence

The controversy over the disappearance of Khashoggi, a United States resident who had been increasingly critical of the youthful crown prince, has dealt a huge blow to his efforts to showcase a reform drive and burnish the kingdom's image. As a Virginia resident and Post columnist, Khashoggi's disappearance has drawn the White House into the Saudi-...

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  • Crimea mourns victims of mass shooting
Crimea mourns victims of mass shooting

Wednesday's attack was by far the worst by a student in Russian Federation, raising questions about school security in the country. The bloodbath raised questions about school security in the country; the Kerch Polytechnic College had only a front desk with no security guards.

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  • Fed officials discussed hiking rates to ‘restrictive’ level
Fed officials discussed hiking rates to ‘restrictive’ level

In its semi-annual currency report, the U.S. Treasury Department said a recent depreciation of China's yuan currency will likely exacerbate the U.S. I've known him for years. However, despite that another four or five hikes can be expected to provide support to the greenback over the coming year, the Dollar is unlikely to get any thanks from ...

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