• Chinese officers charged in U.S. over jet engine data hack
Chinese officers charged in U.S. over jet engine data hack

Army Reserves soldier who is accused of working as an agent for the same intelligence group. However, it is possible he may have given up the names of the MSS cyber espionage network. The first attack occurred on January 8, 2010, when hackers got inside the networks of Capstone Turbine, a gas turbine manufacturer based in Los Angeles.

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  • Families of trick-or-treaters reminded to check for sex offender homes
Families of trick-or-treaters reminded to check for sex offender homes

Some sex offenders have emailed Long to tell him the signs are an "embarrassment", he said . Without it, he expects more children trick-or-treating on the streets on Wednesday night. This year, Long believes children will instead go door-to-door looking for candy. Locally, convicted sex offenders arrested for not complying with registry requ...

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  • After a decade in prison, Asia Bibi is free
After a decade in prison, Asia Bibi is free

Will they let me out, really?" she said. The developments followed a landmark move by Pakistan's Supreme Court that overturned the 2010 conviction against her. "This is an incredibly risky time, not only for Asia Bibi and the justices deciding her case, but the entire Christian community", ACLJ said. "We urge the government of Pakistan to p...

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  • Turkish-US Patrols of Syria's Manbij May Start 'Today or Tomorrow'
Turkish-US Patrols of Syria's Manbij May Start 'Today or Tomorrow'

The US considers the PKK a terrorist organization, but not the YPG or SDF. According to the Turkish state Anadolu news agency , Turkish artillery targeted Kurdish forces in the Zor Moghar village in Aleppo on Sunday. The continuation of Turkish attacks, the group said, would further delay the offensive on the ISIS-held pocket of Hajin. Sharfan...

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  • Saudi Arabia hosts United States evangelical Christians, Israel supporters
Saudi Arabia hosts United States evangelical Christians, Israel supporters

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday demanded that Saudi Arabia reveal the location of Khashoggi's body and hand over 18 suspects. While insisting the United States did not condone Khashoggi's killing, the top USA diplomat said the United States had "deep and long-term strategic relationships" with Saudi Arabia and "we intend to m...

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  • Malaysian financier, Goldman Sachs bankers charged in multibillion-dollar scheme
Malaysian financier, Goldman Sachs bankers charged in multibillion-dollar scheme

Low simply asks that the public keep an open mind regarding this case until all of the evidence comes to light, which he believes will vindicate him", Haggerty said. The Department of Justice alleges the men participated in a scheme that stole billions of dollars from Malaysia's development fund, 1MDB. Goldman provided an array of services to the...

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  • Humans wipe out 60% of animal populations over 40 years — WWF Report
Humans wipe out 60% of animal populations over 40 years — WWF Report

The report points to human activities causing habitat loss and degradation - brought on by the excessive use of wildlife such as overfishing and over-hunting. "These are hard times. Nature globally provides services worth around $125 trillion a year. we need more research, efforts from government, business and financial sectors, researchers and ...

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  • Oprah: 'Not Trying to Test Any Waters' With Abrams Speeches
Oprah: 'Not Trying to Test Any Waters' With Abrams Speeches

I just came to remind you of the power. After Winfrey's speech, Abrams climbed the stage to join a discussion and was greeted by chants from the audience. She is a Yale-educated attorney who served a decade in the Georgia Legislature, including a stint as minority leader. Vice President Mike Pence mocked the Hollywood liberals who were campai...

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  • Black box recovered from crashed Indonesia jet
Black box recovered from crashed Indonesia jet

Indonesia's biggest low-priced carrier announced this year it was buying 50 Boeing-737 MAX 10 jets for $6.24 billion. It is known the Lion Air 737 had control problems relating to erratic speed and altitude the day before, similar to those seen just after the fatal flight took off.

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  • Oprah And Will Ferrell Join List of Celebrities Stumping for Abrams
Oprah And Will Ferrell Join List of Celebrities Stumping for Abrams

Abrams and Winfrey will host one town hall at the Jennie T. Anderson Theatre in Marietta and a second one at the Porter Sanford III Performing Arts and Community Center in Decatur. Kemp is trying to prevent Democrats from establishing Georgia as a legitimate presidential battleground state. She is in a neck-and-neck battle with Secretary of Sta...

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  • Heidi Klum's Epic Princess Fiona Costume Will Make You Green With Envy
Heidi Klum's Epic Princess Fiona Costume Will Make You Green With Envy

Previously, the beauty had teased that her costume wouldn't be scary, and would instead be "cute". Heidi Klum is keen on holding onto her " Queen of Halloween " crown in 2018. "I kind of always wanted to be Fiona, but I never had the Shrek to do it with", Klum told Entertainment Tonight . Klum has made headlines in the past for her outra...

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  • U.S. may send 15000 troops to border
U.S. may send 15000 troops to border

Mr Trump has been accused of playing up concerns over immigration to help drive up turnout among his supporters, with the Republican majorities in the Senate and House of Representatives on the line at next week's elections. Trump told journalists at the White House that a group of several thousand migrants attempting to walk from Central America...

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  • Pentagon Says Border Troops Will Increase
Pentagon Says Border Troops Will Increase

Trump, tapped up his dire warnings about the caravans, tweeting , "This is an invasion of our Country and our Military is waiting for you!" The caravan still must travel roughly 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) to reach the nearest USA border crossing at McAllen, Texas.

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  • Pound up over reports of EU financial services deal
Pound up over reports of EU financial services deal

Mr McDonnell said Labour would support tax cuts, but make the system fairer if the party won power. And £150 million will go to new fellowships created to attract the "brightest talent" to the United Kingdom - to address presumably the elephant in the room, a potential brain drain as talented European workers leave Britain post-Brexit.

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  • Watch the moment an quake shakes New Zealand Parliament
Watch the moment an quake shakes New Zealand Parliament

According to officials, no major damage was caused during or after the quake. Deeper quakes are typically less damaging. It was at a depth of 227 km, according to the U.S. Camera IconPrince Harry Duke of Sussex and Meghan Duchess of Sussex take part in the dedication of the Carol Whaley Native Bush to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.

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  • China reverses ban on trade in tiger, rhino products
China reverses ban on trade in tiger, rhino products

According to the new norms, tiger bones and rhino horns can be prescribed only by doctors certified by the National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Up to 6,000 captive tigers, meanwhile, are estimated to be in held in about 200 government-sanctioned farms across China. Chinese officials on Monday did not draw attention to the r...

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  • United States urges North Korea denuclearization before ‘shared goal’ of ending war
United States urges North Korea denuclearization before ‘shared goal’ of ending war

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says Japan has fulfilled its responsibility for the Korean victims of wartime forced labor. If the court upholds the order that the company pays compensation, the former labourers could request a seizure of Nippon Steel's property in South Korea, which could lead to an worldwide arbitration, said Jin Chang-soo...

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  • Donald Trump Snaps At Paul Ryan: 'He Knows Nothing About' Birthright Citizenship
Donald Trump Snaps At Paul Ryan: 'He Knows Nothing About' Birthright Citizenship

The president's idea has met a mixed reception from his fellow Republicans. Next week Americans go to the polls for the mid-term elections. With his eyes squarely on next Tuesday's contests, Trump has rushed a series of immigration declarations, promises and actions as he tries to mobilize supporters to retain Republican control of Congress.

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  • Synagogue rampage suspect indicted on 2nd day of funerals
Synagogue rampage suspect indicted on 2nd day of funerals

Trump is expected to meet with first responders and community leaders. The president's critics wonder how he can "express his support for the American people and grieve with the Pittsburgh community", as the White House said he intends to do, while continuing to use divisive rhetoric toward those he considers political foes.

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  • Three children killed when struck at Fulton County bus stop
Three children killed when struck at Fulton County bus stop

A fourth child was injured. A family is just beginning to mourn the loss of three children who were killed Tuesday as they were walking toward their bus to go to school. "The one thing I'd like to tell people we all have a responsibility to share the road in a safe manner", Sgt. Slocum said, according to NBC . The rural Rochester residents w...

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  • Saudis strangled and dismembered Khashoggi, Turkey says
Saudis strangled and dismembered Khashoggi, Turkey says

Khashoggi's body was then dismembered and destroyed in yet another sign his killing was planned in advance, the prosecutor's office said. Journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed by "strangulation" immediately after he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul , a Turkish prosecutor has confirmed, adding that his body was "cut into pieces' after th...

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  • Saudi sisters' bound bodies wash ashore in mystery
Saudi sisters' bound bodies wash ashore in mystery

Rotana and Tala's mother contacted The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children on August 24 after Tala went missing from home. Fairfax police confirmed to DailyMail.com that at least one Farea sister was reported missing by family.

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  • Photos show Venice underwater in worst flood in 10 years
Photos show Venice underwater in worst flood in 10 years

Water levels were forecast to hit over one metre. Much of Italy is under flooding alerts due to heavy rains and officials are warning residents to stay indoors as risky winds pose a threat to safety. Other parts of Italy have been affected. Venice frequently floods when high winds push in water from the lagoon, but Monday's levels were except...

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  • Indian man, woman killed in fall from Yosemite park overlook
Indian man, woman killed in fall from Yosemite park overlook

Jishnu Viswanath said the couple's funeral will take place in the Bay Area since the bodies were not in a condition to be flown back to India . Some visitors spotted it abandoned the next morning and alerted park rangers who then searched the area below, he told NBC .

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  • SC acquits Asia bibi in blasphemy case
SC acquits Asia bibi in blasphemy case

Justice Nisar while reading out the verdict said, "The appeal is allowed". Consequently, the conviction as also the sentence of death awarded to the appellant is set aside and she is acquitted of the charge. A cabinet minister of former premier Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had to step down last November for overseeing changes to a reference to the prophet ...

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  • 'Never give up': Mother reunited with son allegedly abducted in 1987
'Never give up': Mother reunited with son allegedly abducted in 1987

Jermaine Mann had been told by his father that his mother died shortly after his birth, Toronto police said. Allan, a dual Canadian and Ghanaian citizen, obtained bogus American birth certificates for himself and his son while Canadian cops searched in vain for the missing boy, authorities say.

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  • Trump suggests he will end birthright citizenship with executive order
Trump suggests he will end birthright citizenship with executive order

In simple terms, this means that, even if children are born to immigrants , they are still considered USA citizens if they are born "within and subject to the jurisdiction of the United States". Suzanna Sherry is a professor of law at Vanderbilt Law School in Tennessee. "Absolutely not. He can sign it, he will be challenged in court and he will ...

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  • India unveils the world's tallest statue
India unveils the world's tallest statue

This " Statue of Unity " has been built in a record 42 months' time by the engineering and infrastructure major L&T on river Narmada in South Gujarat. The total cost of the project is estimated to be Rs3,000 Crore. The statue has been built using over 70,000 tonnes of cement, 18,500 tonnes of reinforced steel, 6,000 tonnes of structural steel and...

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  • Pakistan's top court reinstates ban on Indian TV
Pakistan's top court reinstates ban on Indian TV

In a series of tit-for-tat moves in the entertainment industry, Pakistan that year suspended screening of all Indian movies until tensions calmed, while Hindu nationalists in India have threatened violence at cinemas showing films with Pakistani actors.

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  • China's first private mission to outer space ends in failure
China's first private mission to outer space ends in failure

It is reported by a private company manufacturer of LandSpace Technology Corporation. Landscape said that "cowling separation was normal but something abnormal happened after the second stage". The Chinese, who put an unmanned spacecraft known as Jade Rabbit on the moon in 2013, have ambitions to put a person on the moon and send a mission ...

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