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But Helene is still due to bring unseasonably warm weather in London and the south east due as the low pressure draws up warm air from the south. But the weather system will have weakened by the time it hits the western side of the United Kingdom, becoming more of a storm, the Met Office said.
  • Russia, China Start Biggest Military Drill Since Cold War

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    Thirty-six thousand tanks, 80 ships, and nearly 1,000 aircraft are also taking part, according to the ministry. 300,000 soldiers, 36,000 military vehicles, 1,000 planes and 80 warships will take part in the drills. "The focus of the drill has expanded from anti-terrorism to allied defense and counterattack", a China defense ministry statement said. In this photo provided by the Russian Defence Ministry Press Service on Tuesday, Sept.
  • Putin: 'Nothing criminal' about men accused of poisoning ex-spy

    Putin: 'Nothing criminal' about men accused of poisoning ex-spy

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    Putin goes on to claim that his government has "found them" and he sincerely hopes that they'll come forward and tell their side of the story soon. The Kremlin said on Wednesday that Putin had not spoken to the two accused men and refused to say how and by whom they had been found.
  • Bolton says international court 'dead to us'

    Bolton says international court 'dead to us'

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    The U.S.'s rebuttal of the ICC Monday was paired with the Trump administration's closure of the Palestine Liberation Organization's office in Washington . The draft speech says the Trump administration "will fight back" if the ICC proceeds with opening an investigation into alleged war crimes committed by United States service members and intelligence professionals during the war in Afghanistan .
  • Obama campaigns in California urging voters to 'restore' sanity in politics

    Obama campaigns in California urging voters to 'restore' sanity in politics

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    Trump mocked Obama's speech before supporters in North Dakota. The speech at the University of IL at Urbana-Champaign comes ahead of Obama's first campaign events of the midterms: a rally for a handful of Democratic congressional candidates in California on Saturday and an event for Richard Cordray, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate in OH, next Thursday.
  • Barack Obama To Urge For Big Democratic Turnout In November Elections

    Barack Obama To Urge For Big Democratic Turnout In November Elections

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    Trump this week criticized the attorney general for prosecuting two Republican congressmen, saying it will hurt the party in the November elections. In a wide-ranging speech punctuated by frequent applause, Obama criticized the divisive politics of the era, decrying Trump's attacks on the media and the judiciary, his eagerness to work with Russian Federation while neglecting traditional alliances.
  • Chaotic scenes as dozens of police chase man on French runway

    Chaotic scenes as dozens of police chase man on French runway

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    The driver smashed his vehicle through a terminal and onto the runway. Lyon airport in southeast France has been shut down after a high-speed police vehicle chase veered off the road and onto the runway. The driver then jumped out while the vehicle was still rolling and sprinted off on foot, pursued by a police van. The driver eventually abandoned his auto on the airport tarmac and tried to flee on foot but was surrounded by officers and arrested.
  • Voters in Sweden appear split amid immigration debate

    Voters in Sweden appear split amid immigration debate

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    Please refresh the page for the fullest version. Leaders in Brussels will be disappointed with the party's surge ahead of the European Parliament's elections in May next year, as they bid to discourage euroskepticism following the UK's decision to leave the EU, and as populist parties form alliances to shake up the EU establishment ahead of the vote.
  • Trump wants investigation into anonymous New York Times opinion piece

    Trump wants investigation into anonymous New York Times opinion piece

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    Trump believes it is "somebody in national security", Kellyanne Conway told CNN Friday . President Donald Trump is faulting The New York Times for publishing an anonymous op-ed from a senior administration official. Asked if he trusts his White House staffers, Trump said, "I do, but what I do now is I look around the room". A slew of officials working in the administration issued statements Thursday in which they denied authoring the piece .
  • Several Dead After Shooting in Downtown Cincinnati

    Several Dead After Shooting in Downtown Cincinnati

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    At least two ambulances were seen leaving the scene. City councilman P.G. Sittenfeld said on Twitter that every city has its sacred spaces, and for Cincinnati that was Fountain Square, "a place of joy and protest and coming together". Austin works for the bank in Louisville, Kentucky, according to Fifth Third. One of the victims died at the scene and five other people are believed to have been injured in the attack.
  • Homeless man will get $400000 raised for him, GoFundMe says

    Homeless man will get $400000 raised for him, GoFundMe says

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    The couple's home was searched as part of a criminal investigation, Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina said in a statement , but charges have not been filed, CNN reported . The campaign was established to aid the homeless man whose story of helping a stranded motorist in Philadelphia inspired thousands of people to contribute.
  • Brazil Presidential Candidate Stabbed At Rally

    Brazil Presidential Candidate Stabbed At Rally

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    Bolsonaro is expected to leave the hospital on Friday. In this photo released by military police, Adelio Bispo de Oliveira, suspected of stabbing Jair Bolsonaro, sits after being detained in Juiz de Fora. But no true outside candidate has emerged. Despite being a congressman since 1991, Bolsonaro has harnessed much of the anger and presented himself as a maverick who will clean up a corrupt system.
  • Observers say at least 4 killed in Syria's Idlib

    Observers say at least 4 killed in Syria's Idlib

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    The preparation of U.S. military forces was condemned by Russian Federation, with its Defense Ministry describing the move as "the latest evidence of the USA intention" to take advantage of a false-flag attack. Russian military spokesman Igor Konashenkov, meanwhile, said Moscow had " irrefutable information" that Syrian rebels were planning a "provocation" in Idlib province to justify western intervention.
  • North Korean military parades: Propaganda, intimidation, unity

    North Korean military parades: Propaganda, intimidation, unity

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    In the tweet, Trump thanked the leader and said that "we will get it done together". Yet many USA officials remain skeptical, noting it was just last month that Trump abruptly canceled Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's plans to meet with Kim in Pyongyang because of a lack of progress.
  • Attorney for homeless man in GoFundMe dispute says remaining money is gone

    Attorney for homeless man in GoFundMe dispute says remaining money is gone

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    McClure and D'Amico's attorney, Ernest Badway, told The Associated Press on Tuesday they have no comment. On Aug. 30, New Jersey Superior Court Judge Paula Dow ordered the couple to return the remainder of the funds to Bobbitt's attorneys after Bobbitt requested a temporary restraining order that would bar the couple from spending any more of it.
  • Two Injured, Three Killed in Cincinnati Bank Shooting

    Two Injured, Three Killed in Cincinnati Bank Shooting

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    A spokeswoman for Fifth Third Bank says the company would comment later. Streets and sidewalks around the building were closed. He then entered the lobby where he exchanged fire with law enforcement. Authorities were trying to determine what may have motivated the gunman to carry out the rampage but have said he acted alone. "You know, these are things that we see happening across the country, and we all have to be vigilant and prepared to deal with these situations".