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The bill had sought to legalize abortion during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy and would have seen Argentina join Uruguay and Cuba as the only countries in Latin America to fully decriminalize abortion. For many of them, the methods used to induce an abortion include using an IV tube with a sharp wire clothes hanger or a knitting needle to try to break the amniotic sac inside womb.
  • Tourist incurs DH175,000 fine in just 4 hours for speeding in UAE

    Tourist incurs DH175,000 fine in just 4 hours for speeding in UAE

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    According to The Local , the yellow supercar is now sitting in front of the man's hotel collecting dust. The owners had submitted a request for a travel ban on Hashi but were rejected. He said that he was concerned the tourist would claim to have lost his passport in order to obtain anew one and leave the country. I won't be trying to take it back, because once I do, I know I have to surrender it to police.
  • UK PM May urges Boris Johnson to apologise for burqa comments

    UK PM May urges Boris Johnson to apologise for burqa comments

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    Speaking on the BBC's World At One, the MP for Beaconsfield said: "If he was to become leader of the party, I won't be in it". Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis ordered Mr Johnson to apologise following a hail of criticism over the remarks , which were labelled "bigotry" by former Tory chair Baroness Warsi.
  • Facebook removes USA conspiracy theorist's pages for hate speech

    Facebook removes USA conspiracy theorist's pages for hate speech

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    Meanwhile, Facebook removed four pages related to Jones: the Alex Jones Channel page, the Alex Jones page, the InfoWars page and the Infowars Nightly News page . Monday's decision to remove Jones' podcasts, which contain inflammatory opinions, including his denial that the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., actually happened, appears to be in response to the backlash Facebook suffered after his comments.
  • Lombok natural disaster 'exceptionally destructive' says Red Cross

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    Local authorities, global relief groups and the central government have begun organizing aid, but shattered roads have slowed efforts to reach survivors in the mountainous north and east of Lombok, which bore the brunt of the quake. An interagency meeting will be held Thursday to compare information, Nugroho said. Many people used the word "selamat" - meaning "to survive" - as they wrote about the magnitude 7.0 quake, which, CBS reports , killed at least 131 people.
  • Gates, star witness against Manafort, concludes testimony

    Gates, star witness against Manafort, concludes testimony

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    Manafort and Gates were the first two individuals indicted in Mueller's investigation into potential collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. "Right now, it seems clear that it's the prosecution that should be specifically requesting that instruction from the judge in advance, as Judge Ellis has had some unusually cutting words for the prosecutors in this case".
  • Hamas Set to Accept Egyptian-Brokered Ceasefire Deal with Israel

    Hamas Set to Accept Egyptian-Brokered Ceasefire Deal with Israel

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    On Friday, it was announced that Hamas had agreed to a long-term ceasefire deal with Israel, as proposed by Egypt. Israel's security cabinet met on Sunday to discuss the deal. Hamas is holding hostage at least two Israeli civilians who crossed into Gaza during episodes of poor mental health, as well as the bodies of two Israeli soldiers who were killed in action.
  • Israel hits Gaza after Palestinian rockets target Israel

    Israel hits Gaza after Palestinian rockets target Israel

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    Jamie McGoldrick, the United Nations' humanitarian coordinator for the Palestinian territories, in a news release called Israel's restriction of fuel imports "a unsafe practice, with grave consequences on the rights of people in Gaza". Israeli media reported several residents of Sderot and other border towns were wounded by rocket fire. Clashes along the Gaza border since the end of March have seen at least 163 Palestinians killed by Israeli fire.
  • USA hits Russian Federation with sanctions over nerve agent attack

    USA hits Russian Federation with sanctions over nerve agent attack

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    The Skripals fell unconscious on a park bench in Salisbury, Wilts, on March 4 after being exposed to a military-grade nerve agent determined to be Novichok . Police think the novichok was sprayed or smeared on their front doorknob with a perfume bottle. Reports earlier this week that the United Kingdom was preparing to request the extradition of two Russians it suspected of being behind the attack were found to be less advanced than initially suggested, Sky sources said.
  • Guardian: Russian Spy Found Working at US Embassy in Moscow

    Guardian: Russian Spy Found Working at US Embassy in Moscow

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    The woman had access to emails, the embassy's intranet, classified information, details about ongoing Secret Service investigations, and the Secret Service's system for tracking counterfeit money. Later Thursday, the Secret Service released a more detailed statement rebutting claims of a security breach or any relationship between the revelation of the woman's activities and the closing of the US Secret Service Moscow Resident Office.
  • Huge Explosion Near Italy's Bologna Airport Triggered By Road Accident

    Huge Explosion Near Italy's Bologna Airport Triggered By Road Accident

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    The tanker truck was carrying flammable materials on a highway in the area of Borgo Panigale in northern Italy . A police video showed the tanker failing to slow down and plowing into the back of a truck that was stopped in traffic. Among the injured are eleven military police officers. "More than 60 people were injured. some seriously", Deputy Prime Minister Luigi di Maio wrote on Twitter .
  • Iran vows to continue oil exports despite Trump's threats

    Iran vows to continue oil exports despite Trump's threats

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    Before nobody supported Iran . Ri was also quoted as describing the sanctions against Iran as "inappropriate and contrary to global standards". On Tuesday, the U.S. Since it unilaterally pulled out of the deal in May, Washington has told other countries that they must halt all imports of Iranian oil from November 4, or face U.S.
  • Senator Rand Paul invites Russian lawmakers to Washington

    Senator Rand Paul invites Russian lawmakers to Washington

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    The "main aim of the trip" was to "create a dialogue" and "improve relations" between Moscow and Washington , Paul added. The delegation met the Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs Konstantin Kosachev and Vice Speaker of the Federation Council Vladimir Lukin.
  • Rand Paul delivers letter from Trump to Putin in Russian Federation

    Rand Paul delivers letter from Trump to Putin in Russian Federation

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    A White House official told CNN that Paul wanted this letter from Trump in hopes of setting up a meeting with Putin during his trip to Moscow this week. Paul remained supportive of Trump following the US President's performance during a news conference with Putin in July. According to Russian state news agency RIA Novosti, Putin's press secretary Dmitry Peskov confirmed that the letter was sent to Putin "through diplomatic channels", but the Kremlin has not yet reviewed it.