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FBI, US embassy working to obtain release of Americans kidnapped in Haiti

The FBI and the U.S. embassy are assisting in rescue efforts after 17 people, including Americans, were kidnapped in Haiti.
Topics: FBI, Haiti

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La Nina Sparks Early Freeze In China As Coal Supplies Languish

La Nina Sparks Early Freeze In China As Coal Supplies Languish China Meteorological Administration (CMA) warns of a La Nina weather pattern which has already brought in the first round of cooler weather. Temperatures across China are...
Topics: China

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Moscow Expresses Condolences Over Powell's Death, Says He Was 'A Patriot of His Country'

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Moscow expresses condolences over the death of former US Secretary of State Colin Powell and believes that his political realism and ability to listen to the other side are what is missing in the current state of relations between...
Topics: Russia, Moscow, Colin Powell

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Russia suspends its mission at NATO, shuts alliance's office

MOSCOW — Russia on Monday suspended its mission at NATO and ordered the closure of the alliance's office in Moscow in retaliation for NATO's expulsion of Russian diplomats. Earlier this month, NATO withdrew the accreditation of eight Russian...
Topics: Russia, Nato, Moscow

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Purported hacker claims they defaced Trump's campaign website to protest Joe Biden's stance on...

Former President Donald Trump's campaign website was hacked for several hours on Monday, October 18, 2021. Screenshot A subdomain of former President Donald Trump's website appeared to be hacked Monday. The website remained defaced as of...
Topics: Hackers, Donald Trump, Protests, Joe Biden, Turkey, Screenshots

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UK Parliament honors lawmaker slain at constituents' meeting

Prime Minister Boris Johnson led a somber British Parliament in honoring the Conservative lawmaker stabbed to death as he met constituents at a church hall
Topics: United Kingdom, Religion

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Colin Powell was 'angry' and felt 'used' to push Iraq invasion — and considered it a mark on his...

The late Gen. Colin Powell leaves behind him a complicated record in his service to the United States, and according to one reporter it was something he remained "angry" about. Speaking to MSNBC on Monday, Washington Post national security reporter...
Topics: Colin Powell, Iraq, MSNBC

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Copyright Law Discriminating Against The Blind Finally Struck Down By Court In South Africa

Most people would agree that those who are blind or visually impaired deserve all the help they can get. For example, the conversion of printed materials to accessible formats like Braille, large print, or Digitally Accessible Information System...
Topics: South Africa

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Schumer calls New York State Democratic Chair's hypothetical scenario about David Duke when...

New York State Democratic Party chair Jay Jacobs. AP Photo/Mary Altaffer Both state and federal representatives admonished Jay Jacobs' statement about endorsements. Jacobs initially doubled down and implied that his statements were twisted...
Topics: India, World Photos

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Mexico's powerful Jalisco cartel is flexing its muscles at opposite ends of Latin America

Mexican soldiers on patrol in Guadalajara, the capital of Jalisco state, November 22, 2019. ULISES RUIZ/AFP via Getty Images Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación is widely seen as Mexico's asendent cartel, rivaled only by the Sinaloa Cartel. But...
Topics: Mexico

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Hezbollah leader declares his group has 100,000 fighters

The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah has declared for the first time that his powerful militant group has 100,000 trained fighters
Topics: Hezbollah, Lebanon

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Norway: Bow-and-arrow attack victims likely stabbed to death

Norwegian police say the Danish man suspected of killing five people and injuring three in an attack in the southern town of Kongsberg last week may have used “stabbing weapons” in the massacre along with a bow and arrow
Topics: Norway, Police

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Rubio: John Kerry Is Making Money Off Chinese Slave Labor

My latest in PJ Media: John Kerry, who counts the disastrous Iran nuclear deal among his accomplishments, is Old Joe Biden’s man on climate change hysteria, but Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has revealed that even among a staff that includes the...
Topics: John Kerry, Iran, Joe Biden

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Suspect in Sir David Amess' Murder Purportedly Spotted by CCTV in London Hours Before Attack

A 25-year-old British man of Somali heritage was arrested at the site of the murder, which suggests that he made no attempt to escape. London's Metropolitan Police Service considers the incident to be a terror attack.
Topics: United Kingdom, London, Police

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FBI Reportedly Helping Secure Release of 17 Missionaries Taken Hostage in Haiti

WASHINGTON, October 18 (Sputnik) - The FBI is helping the US State Department secure the release of 17 Christian missionaries who were taken hostage in Haiti over the weekend, the Miami Herald reported on Monday.
Topics: FBI, Haiti

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Australian Official Lashes Out At Ted Cruz After "Covid Tyranny" Tweet: 'Glad We're Not...

Australian Official Lashes Out At Ted Cruz After "Covid Tyranny" Tweet: 'Glad We're Not Like Texas' Days ago Texas Senator Ted Cruz called out Australia's extreme Covid policies as but more "Covid tyranny". The policies have lately rec
Topics: Australia

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Donald Trump’s Website Hacked and Defaced

The website of former President Donald Trump was briefly taken over on Monday, with a section defaced by a suspected Turkish hacker. According to The New York Daily News, “RootAyyildiz is taking credit for the hacking of donaldjtrump.com website...
Topics: Donald Trump, Hackers

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WATCH: Watch the moment when a house is swept away in floods

At least 18 people have been killed during recent heavy rains in India.
Topics: India

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Norway: Muslim bow-and-arrow jihadi broke into some of his victims’ homes and killed them there

“Make ready for them all that you can of force and of warhorses, so that by them you may strike terror in the enemy of Allah and your enemy.” (Qur’an 8:60) “Norway terrorist randomly targeted his victims,” by Elad...
Topics: Norway, Terrorism

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This app keeps people in Kabul informed about crises on the city’s streets

From bombings to power outages to street closures, Ehtesab’s map gives residents of the Afghan capital real-time information about the city. Three and a half years ago, on a walk home from work in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sara Wahedi narrowly...
Topics: Afghanistan, Kabul

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