• This Little Girl Stealing Prince Harry's Popcorn Is Everything
This Little Girl Stealing Prince Harry's Popcorn Is Everything

Earlier this year, Prince Harry told The Telegraph: "Of course, I'd love to have kids". She added: "We're a couple. They live apart so much as it is". After photos emerged, instead of complimenting the couple on their joyful smiles, some took the pictures as an invitation to shame Markle for her outfit.

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  • United Nations watchdog warns firms operating on Israel settlements
United Nations watchdog warns firms operating on Israel settlements

Trump informed both Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during separate meetings on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly meetings in NY earlier in September that the US administration was working on a new peace initiative, but still needs time to formalize it.

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  • Google clears deck for huge antitrust fight
Google clears deck for huge antitrust fight

Currently, rival comparison-shopping sites can buy space on top of Google search pages and display photos of relevant goods and links to retailers. "Unless Google is volunteering to break up its general-and specialised-search businesses, the inclusion of Google's comparison shopping competitors into a new or existing pay-for-placement auction w...

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  • Border Wall Prototypes Underway Despite Lawsuits, Uncertain Funding
Border Wall Prototypes Underway Despite Lawsuits, Uncertain Funding

Six contractors from across the country have been selected to build the eight prototypes, half of which will be constructed of concrete and the other half of "other materials ". "They take drugs, literally, and they throw it - 100lbs of drugs - they throw it over the wall", he said at a rally in Alabama. But the Trump administration's reques...

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  • Mattis was the target of Afghanistan rocket attack
Mattis was the target of Afghanistan rocket attack

Afghan officials said three of the attackers were killed and five civilians were wounded in the attack that damaged helicopters and hangars at the airport. The visit comes as Afghanistan's security forces struggle to defeat the Taliban. At one point, the Afghan forces called in a United States airstrike.

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  • Bank Of Spain Warns Catalonia Independence Referendum Could Hurt Economy
Bank Of Spain Warns Catalonia Independence Referendum Could Hurt Economy

Earlier this year, Catalonia's ex-president Artur Mas was banned from holding public office for two years, and was given a hefty fine, for disobeying Spain's constitutional court over the non-binding independence vote in 2014. He told a news conference in Barcelona that he met with regional security officials in an effort to defuse tension su...

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  • Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the fastest 911 ever
Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the fastest 911 ever

Despite Porsche setting a modest target of 7:05 for the reborn Widowmaker, the 911 GT2 RS lapped the Green Hell in a gobsmacking 6:47.3, making it the fastest road-legal, production auto around the challenging 23km circuit. The official record was set on September 20, when Porsche was spotted with a small army of tire-warmers and support staf...

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  • United States and Russia Will Build a Space Station to Orbit the Moon
United States and Russia Will Build a Space Station to Orbit the Moon

Such a space station would orbit the Moon and allow for an environment to prepare for crewed missions deeper into space than those attempted before. Roscosmos and NASA already work together with other space agencies around the world to run research projects aboard the International Space Station.

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  • Bullying may have led to fatal NYC high school stabbing: friend
Bullying may have led to fatal NYC high school stabbing: friend

The mayor said the school community is "reeling". Police said after stabbing the two victims, the suspect was confronted by a school counselor, who asked for him to turn over his switchblade. "There's a lot of answers we are looking for, how this unfolded and why". De Blasio said random wand-detector screenings will begin at the school effectiv...

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  • Introducing the new giant in the global rail industry: Siemens Alstom
Introducing the new giant in the global rail industry: Siemens Alstom

Although the two companies are carrying out a merger of equals, Franco-German competition has not been completely quelled. In a statement, Siemens said: "The transaction brings together two innovative players of the railway market with unique customer value and operational potential".

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  • Almost 1000 firefighters battle large Canyon Fire in Corona
Almost 1000 firefighters battle large Canyon Fire in Corona

Hundreds of firefighters on Tuesday continued to battle a 2,000-acre brush fire that forced the evacuation of more than 300 homes as it raged near the border of Anaheim and Corona. Aircraft and more than 300 firefighters have been deployed to extinguish the blaze, which is only 5 percent contained, according to the fire service's latest updates.

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  • U.S. bombers, fighters fly closer to N. Korea
U.S. bombers, fighters fly closer to N. Korea

This mission is a demonstration of US resolve and a clear message that the President has many military options to defeat any threat . Amid tension created by the North's nuclear weapons tests and threat to detonate a thermonuclear missile over the Pacific Ocean, such an attack would pretty much guarantee retaliation from the United States that co...

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  • Businesses give $300M toward K-12 computer science education
Businesses give $300M toward K-12 computer science education

The announcement comes on the heels of a presidential memorandum President Donald Trump signed yesterday, directing the Department of Education to donate at least $200 million annually in the grant money it receives to supporting education in STEM Fields.

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  • Russian warplanes reportedly bomb Kurdish forces in Deir ez-Zor
Russian warplanes reportedly bomb Kurdish forces in Deir ez-Zor

Meanwhile, Syrian Army forces supported by Russian air power and Iran-backed militias are closing in on the same positions, seeking to capture gas and oil fields before the Kurdish alliance can occupy them. "According to our information, USA intelligence services initiated the offensive to halt the successful advance of government troops to the e...

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  • Bangladesh plans separate shelters for Rohingya children
Bangladesh plans separate shelters for Rohingya children

Myanmar has rejected United Nations accusations that its forces are engaged in ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslims in response to coordinated attacks by Rohingya insurgents on the security forces on August 25. It referred to Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh who said in a recent tweet that his government is "not violating any global law" ...

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  • Target to raise hourly minimum wage to $11 next month
Target to raise hourly minimum wage to $11 next month

By the end of 2020, Target's minimum hourly wage will be $15, company officials said. The increase will also apply to the more than 100,000 hourly team members Target is hiring for the holiday season. Earlier this year, Target announced a $ 7 billion plan to improve its e-commerce and open and remodel many stores over the next three years. T...

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  • Iraq Kurds defy Baghdad in historic independence vote
Iraq Kurds defy Baghdad in historic independence vote

The referendum has raised alarm in Iraq's neighbours - Turkey, Iran and Syria - over concerns it could encourage their own Kurdish minorities to break away. "We will seize our independence through the polls", he said. However, Iran's Foreign Ministry announced on Monday that the country's land border with the Iraqi Kurdistan Region remained...

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  • China: Restrictions Against North Korea Announced
China: Restrictions Against North Korea Announced

Donald Trump has warned North Korea on a number of occasions, including at the recent UN General Assembly. The statement from Kim Jong Un was very unusual because it came from the North Korean leader himself, rather than state media as most statements do, CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy reports.

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  • Kim Vows to 'Tame the Mentally Deranged US Dotard with Fire'
Kim Vows to 'Tame the Mentally Deranged US Dotard with Fire'

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho later elaborated on what Kim meant while speaking to reporters at the UN General Assembly in NY. Trump also mocked North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the speech , dubbing him " Rocket Man ".

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  • Quake detected in North Korea, reports conflict on scale and nature
Quake detected in North Korea, reports conflict on scale and nature

North Korea detonated its sixth and most powerful nuclear weapon earlier this month at its underground Punggye-ri site northeast of Pyongyang, causing a quake with a magnitude of around 6.3. China accounts for about 90 percent of North Korea's trade. North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un . Earlier on Saturday, China said it will limit expor...

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  • La Verne police officer shoots man, wounds fellow officer
La Verne police officer shoots man, wounds fellow officer

Multiple Police Departments as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation and ATF were on scene, along with an armored vehicle. Police have not been successful in negotiating with the gunman. The man removes something from the officer's belt before the officer opens fire. Several people said they had been watching the scene for two hours.

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  • Hurricane Maria Moves North Away from the Battered Caribbean
Hurricane Maria Moves North Away from the Battered Caribbean

On Sunday afternoon the storm is about 425 miles south-southeast of Cape Hatteras. Maria's winds may make a hurricane or tropical storm warning necessary for portions of the area. The rain forecast from Maria is now 1-3 inches, and moderate ocean overwash in vulnerable areas is probable with the potential for 1-3 feet of inundation above ground...

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  • Senate's McCain opposes Obamacare repeal bill
Senate's McCain opposes Obamacare repeal bill

Paul said the Graham-Cassidy measure "basically keeps most of the Obamacare spending, nearly all of the spending, and just reshuffles it". Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., and Patty Murray, D-Wash., had been leading an effort to draft a bipartisan bill to shore up Obamacare insurance markets; Alexander pulled the plug on that effort Tuesday to ...

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  • Officials confirm one person killed, six injured in church shooting in Tennessee
Officials confirm one person killed, six injured in church shooting in Tennessee

Another person was pistol whipped by the shooter and taken to a local hospital. The extent of their injuries was not immediately clear. The church's statement continues, "Burnette Chapel has been serving the Antioch, LaVergne and Nashville TN areas for quite some time".

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  • Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump to 'pay dearly'
Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump to 'pay dearly'

Trump's broadside follows a rare statement by Kim , branding the U.S. president "deranged" and warning he will "pay dearly" for his threat to " totally destroy " the North if it attacks. Trump also praised China on Thursday for what he said was instructions to its banks to cut off business with North Korea . South Korea's weather agen...

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  • What's a dotard anyway? Kim insults Trump
What's a dotard anyway? Kim insults Trump

Ri, who was talking to reporters in NY ahead of a planned address later this week, however also said he did not know Kim's exact thoughts, according to the report . Japan has been subject to two North Korean missile test flyovers in recent weeks. Before the U.N. Trump mocked Kim's obsession with building up North Korea's missile program, r...

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  • Rajnath hails Sushma's United Nations speech, says she 'exposed' Pak duplicity
Rajnath hails Sushma's United Nations speech, says she 'exposed' Pak duplicity

India Tuesday sought a probe into North Korea's nuclear proliferation linkages and demanded that those responsible for it should be held accountable, in a veiled reference to Pakistan. India on Thursday once again urged the world to act against countries sponsoring terrorism and said "the horror of terrorism continues to haunt global peace and se...

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  • London rejects Uber's license
London rejects Uber's license

Transport for London said its review of the service found Uber demonstrated a lack of corporate responsibility in a number of issues, including its approach to reporting serious criminal offenses. Company accuses mayor of 'giving in to a small number of people who want to restrict consumer choice'. Khosrowshahi, who took over recently to revi...

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  • Turkey's National Security Council debates Iraqi Kurdistan referendum
Turkey's National Security Council debates Iraqi Kurdistan referendum

He did not elaborate. Hoshiyar Zebari, a top adviser to Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani, told Reuters on Saturday that a delegation has been dispatched to Baghdad to conduct a dialogue with the Iraqi government. Canikli warned of a unsafe convergence between global powers in Syria. Condemning the vote as "provocative and destabilizing", the Unit...

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  • Iran
Iran "successfully" launches ballistic missile

As well as carrying out missile tests , Iran has also launched a space satellite and fired missiles at Islamic State group targets in eastern Syria over the past few months. We will not seek anyone's permission to defend our land. A ballistic missile , called Khorramshahr, was put on display during the parade. Trump has vowed repeatedly...

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