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The country is a party to the UKUSA agreement to share "signals intelligence" between the USA, the UK, New Zealand and Canada. Just 23 percent of the public say they'd support the USA deciding to declare war on Iran, while the majority, 53 percent, oppose the idea.
  • Zimbabwe’s Mugabe emerges, rejects Mnangagwa in election

    Zimbabwe’s Mugabe emerges, rejects Mnangagwa in election

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    Emmerson Mnangagwa , Zimbabwe's President and presidential candidate for the ZANU PF party, speaks during his last campaign rally at the National Sports Stadium in Harare , on July 28, 2018. "The more the merrier", Chamisa said in response to a question about Mugabe's endorsement. Mnangagwa held senior positions in Mugabe's governments as head of internal security and vice president but since coming to power has cast himself as a reformer with his Zimbabwe is "open for business" mantra.
  • There are ‘consequences’ for illegal border crossing, Trump says

    There are ‘consequences’ for illegal border crossing, Trump says

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    Trump has also demanded that the US shift to an immigration system that's based more on merit and less on family ties. A recent House bill would devote $5 billion to a southern border wall, but its passage in the Senate, where it would need the support of Democrats to reach the required 60-vote threshold, remains a longshot.
  • Cambodia bans alcohol amid general election

    Cambodia bans alcohol amid general election

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    In the last general election in 2013, 69.6 per cent of voters cast their ballot. Among those now silenced or shuttered include political opponents, independent media, and advocacy groups, including the US -funded National Democratic Institute.
  • Dead, 7 Injured After Shooting in New Orleans

    Dead, 7 Injured After Shooting in New Orleans

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    Police say the other six are being treated for non-life threatening injuries. At least 10 people have been shot, three of them fatally. "A lot of people were here tonight", he said . "It was very intentional but we don't know right now that its gang related". Another shooting was reported late Saturday but Harrison said they were not sure if it was related to the earlier killings.
  • Roswell police officers rescue driver on edge of ravine

    Roswell police officers rescue driver on edge of ravine

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    The two officers were placed on administrative leave during an internal investigation before being terminated. Brown, who had added a reckless driving charge because of wet pavement, tells Wilson that she didn't have speed detection. Webb, who allegedly admitted that she was speeding because she was running late for work, was in the back of the patrol vehicle, crying, while the two cops discussed what to do next.
  • Fox News Joins Outcry Over CNN Reporter's Ban From Rose Garden Event

    Fox News Joins Outcry Over CNN Reporter's Ban From Rose Garden Event

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    Collins, a network pool reporter, representing the five TV networks, attended a meeting earlier in the day in the oval office with President Trump and the president of the European Commission. The summit in Helsinki seems to have raised the Kremlin's hopes that Trump will stand by his repeated pledges to improve relations with Moscow, despite a series of tit-for-tat expulsions of diplomats and a raft of new sanctions imposed on Russian Federation since Trump took office.
  • Collapsed dam in Laos : Flood waters hit neibouring Cambodia

    Collapsed dam in Laos : Flood waters hit neibouring Cambodia

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    Makeshift shelters are packed with thousands of people who fled their homes in panic with just a few hours' notice of the impending disaster, now spending their days on plastic mats waiting for news of missing neighbours. "It might be construction technique that led to the collapse after it was affected by the rain", he told RFA in an interview broadcast Friday. The relief supplies include 1,200 blankets, clothing and sanitation items provided by the government, the South Korean Red Cross ...
  • Ethiopian Nile dam manager found shot dead, crowds call…

    Ethiopian Nile dam manager found shot dead, crowds call…

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    The bullet wound was discovered behind one of Simegnew's ears. The police chief added that the authorities were gathering all material evidence and conducting forensic investigations. A Reuters photographer saw blood stains along an arm rest inside his vehicle - a gold Toyota Land Cruiser - before an ambulance took away the body.
  • Ten dead as quake hits tourist island near Bali

    Ten dead as quake hits tourist island near Bali

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    At least 162 people were injured, including 67 hospitalized with serious injuries, Nugroho said. Damage is seen after a magnitude 6.4 natural disaster rocked Lombok, Indonesia , early Sunday. A damaged house is seen following an quake in Lombok, Indonesia. "There were waves in the pools but only for 20 to 30 seconds", he said, adding that there was no damage to the hotel.
  • Russian hackers targeting McCaskill

    Russian hackers targeting McCaskill

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    The hacking attempt reportedly came in the form of a phishing attack, in which the target would receive an e-mail to change his or her password, leading the target to a malicious site that mirrored the legitimate Senate login page. Senate's internal email system and that they were part of an email-harvesting operation. In earlier comments to the Daily Beast , McCaskill said, "I'm not going to speak about it right now".
  • Bear hides out in storm drain

    Bear hides out in storm drain

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    An officer shot off a rubber slug at the bear while other officers chased it away from the neighborhood. In a post to social media, they said once an animal is handled by officials it must be tagged - counting as a strike against the bear. An employee with the utilities company popped the sewer hole and CPW officers stood by with nonlethal rubber slugs in a shotgun. Residents of a nearby senior community stayed locked in their houses while waiting for word from wildlife officers that it was ...
  • Cambodian police ordered to prevent 'chaos' on poll day

    Cambodian police ordered to prevent 'chaos' on poll day

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    Cambodians began the last day of electoral campaigning on Friday ahead of a general election at the weekend that will likely hand victory to Prime Minister Hun Sen and extend his 33-year rule. A group of liberal Asean parliamentarians has said Cambodia's election process is "dirty" following the exclusion of the country's only viable opposition party from Sunday's vote and a widespread crackdown on dissent.
  • Maharashtra bus accident: At least 30 killed, PM Modi offers condolences

    Maharashtra bus accident: At least 30 killed, PM Modi offers condolences

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    The rescuers are also now trying to pull out survivors from the bus which rolled down near the ghat in Poladpur near Mahabaleshwar. Trees arrested the fall someway down. Senior officials and emergency management systems are in place. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed his condolences to the families of those killed in the accident.
  • Oke up sleeping couple to ask for Wi-Fi access, police say

    Oke up sleeping couple to ask for Wi-Fi access, police say

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    The couple, aged in their 60s, was asleep in their Palo Alto home in California on Sunday about 12.30am when they were woken up by a 17-year-old boy, with his face covered, asking if he could use their WiFi. The incident wasn't reported at that time. The following morning, the male resident realized that his bicycle, which had been in the backyard, was missing.