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World Media Russia to launch biggest war games in its history
Author: 0 Russia to launch biggest war games in its history

The People's Liberation Army, China's military, was "still in the process of acquiring combined arms training and expertise as it transformed into an informationised and modern fighting force", he said. Moscow and Beijing have forged what they called a "strategic partnership", and expressed their shared opposition to the "unipolar" world - a term they use to describe perceived USA global domination.

World Media Putin says two Skripal poisoning suspects are ‘civilians’
Author: 0 Putin says two Skripal poisoning suspects are ‘civilians’

Putin urged the men to address the media and said there was "nothing criminal" about them, as he spoke at an economic forum in the far eastern city of Vladivostok . He accused Britain of attempting "to unleash a disgusting anti-Russian hysteria". Moscow has repeatedly denied any involvement in the poisoning, casting it as part of a Western plot to smear Russian Federation to justify more sanctions against it.

World Media S.Africa 'close to war zone' with 57 murders a day: minister
Author: 0 S.Africa 'close to war zone' with 57 murders a day: minister

Minister of Police Bheki Cele briefs the media following the presentation to the Portfolio Committee on Police on the 2017/2018 crime statistics . It is also the second deadliest place in the country. The stats also revealed that more boys than girls are being murdered in the country. According to the last figures for the 2016/2017 period, murder had increased by 1.8 percent while sexual offences and the number of reported rape cases had both decreased by over 4 percent.

World Media Kerala nun abused by Jalandhar Bishop writes to Vatican seeking justice
Author: 0 Kerala nun abused by Jalandhar Bishop writes to Vatican seeking justice

Independent MLA PC George called the nun a prostitute, asking why she did not file a complaint after the first instance of sexual assault. They took her statement too and there were contradictions. "It is unfortunate that the Church has not initiated any measures against Bishop Franco, though the police have registered an FIR [first information report] and interrogated him", said Joseph Varghese, joint secretary of Kerala Catholic Church Reformation Movement.

World Media Former Pak PM Nawaz Sharif’s Wife Kulsoom Passes Away in London
Author: 0 Former Pak PM Nawaz Sharif’s Wife Kulsoom Passes Away in London

National Party leader Hasil Bizenjo prayed that the deceased rests in peace. She was elected as a member of National Assembly from Lahore in September 2017. She remained party president until 2002. She was under treatment at London's Harley Street Clinic since July a year ago. They are now serving jail terms of 10 and seven years, respectively, at Rawalpindi's Adiala jail, as well as being fined $10.5m and $2.6m each.

Author: 0 Sanders Confirms DOJ Looking Into NYT Op-Ed

If I did I would not have been elected President. Donald Trump Jr. expressed concern Tuesday about the dwindling number of White House staffers loyal to his father, who has railed about an anonymous op-ed by a senior administration official who painted a grim picture of the president.

World Media Bolton Says International Court 'Dead to Us'
Author: 0 Bolton Says International Court 'Dead to Us'

Bolton said , "will use any means necessary to protect our citizens and those of our allies from unjust prosecution by this illegitimate court". That's not all: "We will sanction their funds in the USA financial system, and we will prosecute them in the USA criminal system", Bolton will say, according to The Wall Street Journal .

World Media Russian Federation: 1,000 detained in anti-government protests
Author: 0 Russian Federation: 1,000 detained in anti-government protests

In a statement , Google-owned YouTube said it considered all all valid requests from governmental bodies, adding: "We require advertisers to comply with local law and our general advertising policies". The pulled videos showed Navalny calling for Russians to demonstrate in the country to protest a plan to raise the nation's retirement age, BBC News reported .

World Media Pence confident no one on his staff wrote NY Times column
Author: 0 Pence confident no one on his staff wrote NY Times column

I know their character. The Vice President added during an interview with Fox News Sunday that he would willingly take a lie detector test to prove he was not the article's author. Trump has said the Justice Department should investigate and unmask the anonymous author. "I went back through my emails and some of the documents that came out of the vice president's office, and I have to tell you, this op-ed is very similar to the style and communication that comes out of his shop." ...

World Media 'Plaid Shirt Guy' In Background At Trump Rally Goes Viral
Author: 0 'Plaid Shirt Guy' In Background At Trump Rally Goes Viral

A woman came up and told Linfesty she was replacing him. Linfesty told MTN News that he won VIP tickets, which also got him a picture with the President. A few minutes later, two of his friends were also escorted away from the spot behind the President. Going viral and becoming a meme is pretty easy in the age of Trump: Just stand behind The Orange One at his rallies and - this part's key - make silly faces during his speech.

Author: 0 Palestinians Slam Trump Decision to Close US Mission

Reuters cited a draft of a speech that President Donald Trump's national-security adviser, John Bolton , is set to make at the conservative Federalist Society in Washington on September 10. He says that the court threatens the "constitutional rights" of Americans and US sovereignty. The action against the PLO is the latest in a series of measures by the Trump administration against the Palestinian leadership.

World Media Trump aide Papadopoulos gets 14 days in prison
Author: 0 Trump aide Papadopoulos gets 14 days in prison

Foreign policy advisor to President Donald Trump's election campaign, George Papadopoulos and his wife Simona Mangiante Papadopoulos leave federal court after his sentencing . "And yes, you know, I think they thought that she might have been some sort of Russian spy". Papadopoulos' Chicago-based attorney, Thomas Breen, told Moss his client had made a "stupid mistake", but "the president of the United States hindered this investigation more than George Papadopoulos did".

World Media Man arrested after dramatic vehicle chase at Lyon Airport
Author: 0 Man arrested after dramatic vehicle chase at Lyon Airport

He said: "An individual drove his vehicle onto the runways at Lyon airport!" Local government press officer Christelle Monteagudo said Monday that the man's motives were unknown and that nothing is being ruled out at this point. Before driving onto the runway the man had driven the vehicle into the glass doors of one of the airport terminals. Lyon Saint-Exupéry, France's third busiest airport, was closed and about 50 flights cancelled after the man, in his 30s, smashed through a ...

World Media Swedish election: Nationalists 'make gains' in early exit polls
Author: 0 Swedish election: Nationalists 'make gains' in early exit polls

Addressing supporters after more than four-fifths of ballots were counted , party leader Jimmie Akesson said the victory was in the number of seats the party gained in the national assembly, the Riksdagen. "It's. about decency, about a decent democracy". At the party's rally on Saturday, Akesson strongly criticised Lofven's government for "prioritising" the cause of immigrants over the needs of citizens.

World Media Dallas officer charged with shooting death of neighbor
Author: 0 Dallas officer charged with shooting death of neighbor

Police Chief U. Renee Hall said the day after the shooting that her department was seeking manslaughter charges against Guyger, 30, a four-year veteran of the police force. Jean's death has renewed calls for policing reform and places the national spotlight back on a police department that, just two years ago, lost five of its officers in a shooting.

World Media Bob Woodward: Trump Threat ‘Has Not Been Treated Seriously Enough’
Author: 0 Bob Woodward: Trump Threat ‘Has Not Been Treated Seriously Enough’

At one point, Trump drafted a tweet saying the United States planned to "pull our dependents from South Korea - family members of the 28,000 people there", Woodward told CBS. Earlier this week, the blitz of coverage accompanying veteran Watergate reporter Bob Woodward's new book " Fear: Trump in the White House ", confirmed things that most Americans either knew or long suspected about an unstable chief executive who is routinely derided by his most senior advisers.

World Media Man arrested after knife attack in Paris
Author: 0 Man arrested after knife attack in Paris

French police investigating on the scene where a man was attacked and injured people with a knife in the streets of Paris (Picture: AFP/Getty) Le Parisien reports that one British tourist has a chest injury while another was stabbed in the head.

World Media No long-range missiles, North Korea military parade features floats and flowers
Author: 0 No long-range missiles, North Korea military parade features floats and flowers

Since I and the ABC News crew have been here, we have been with a government guide at all times, and can only go where they choose to take us. Kim Jong Un did not, however, address the crowd assembled in Pyongyang's Kim Il Sung Square. Recalling his three meetings with Xi, Kim said he felt in person the valuable and warm DPRK-China friendship, adding that the DPRK will firmly carry on and do its best to develop the friendship no matter how the worldwide situation changes.

World Media Dallas officer mistakes apartment for own; kills man
Author: 0 Dallas officer mistakes apartment for own; kills man

Thursday in the 1200 block of South Lamar, about a quarter-mile from the Dallas Police Department. A police officer in the U.S. state of Texas has shot and killed a man in a flat after mistakenly thinking she was in her own unit, police say.

World Media Brazil's presidential election frontrunner Jair Bolsonaro stabbed at campaigning rally
Author: 0 Brazil's presidential election frontrunner Jair Bolsonaro stabbed at campaigning rally

It is noted that doctors have operated on a policy - he received unsafe internal injuries. The doctor said the two-hour procedure stopped serious internal bleeding and repaired most of the damage from the knifing. The only Brazilian politician now more popular is the leftist ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who is in prison for corruption and has been banned from competing in October's election.

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