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World Confederate monument rally in Richmond has police on alert
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Lee statue chanting "police lives matter" and were met by hundreds of counter-protesters on the other side of the statue, before police asked the pro-Confederate group to leave. "You're causing trouble in our city", Lawrence yelled at the group. "It's only been one month since Heater Heyer was killed in Charlottesville. Have you no sensibility?" "My recommendation, and don't take this the wrong way, don't show up", Durham replied.

World Theresa May: Let UK spend hurricane aid cash where it's needed
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Theresa May is "frustrated" at worldwide rules which have stopped the United Kingdom using its £13 billion foreign aid budget to help British overseas territories devastated by Hurricane Irma . "If that does not work, we will change the law to allow us to use a better definition of development spending, while continuing to meet our 0.7 per cent target".

World No AC! Millions in Florida swelter through power outages
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Police say they are now conducting a criminal investigation into what happened. Prosecutors say that after he bought the hospital in 1998, Michel and others fraudulently increased the number of patients at the facility, along with their Medicare and Medicaid revenues, by bringing in patients from nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.

World Afghanistan T20 cricket: Zimbabwe recall players after Kabul killer blast
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A hardline religious scholar from Pakistan has said that the Afghan Taliban would support Pakistan against any kind of foreign aggression, Pakistani media reported on Thursday . According to the security officials, the personnel have been deployed near the border over security concerns. USA drone attacks inside Pakistan started in 2004.

World Judge Blocks Sanctuary City Funding Ban
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US District Judge Harry Leinenweber said in the ruling that Sessions had exceeded his authority in imposing new conditions on jurisdictions' eligibility for a major grant that funds police departments across the country, The Chicago Tribune reported .

World Japan to play a bigger role in development of NE
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Hua said there was no mention of China anywhere in the India-Japan joint statement nor has she seen any "innuendos" referred to Beijing as stated by the media. "India has sovereign right to develop the country within its boundaries", said Amit Shah who is now on tour of Jharkhand. "I have not seen that". However, Hua also mentioned that both India and Japan can play a constructive role for the mutual trust and cooperation between regional countries and the peace, stability and ...

World Woman abuses, slaps two Army men in Vasant Kunj; arrested
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The incident took place around 1.30pm on September 11 when an Army group was on its way from the National Security Guards base at Manesar to Nizamuddin railway station. Kalra got off from her auto while continuing to hurl abuses. She blamed him for being an Army personnel. The army constable who was driving the truck said that instead of listening to him, she grabbed his collar, slapped him and hurled abuses at him.

World Argentina re-jig backline for Wallabies test
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The Wallabies delivered a rousing second half against Argentina to secure their first win of the Rugby Championship on Saturday. South Africa were annihilated 57-0 by leaders New Zealand in Saturday's earlier Test in North Harbour. "When we had the chance to score, we didn't and that was the match". The Pumas butchered an opportunity to score the first try in the 20th minute when Sanchez's pass to Emiliano Boffelli went forward but scrumhalf Landajo made no mistake four minutes later ...

World Gowdy: Sarah Sanders doesn't get say whether Comey broke the law
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One FBI official, Jim Rybicki, told the Office of Special Counsel that Comey, "knowing the direction" the investigation was headed, had decided either in late April or early May to give a statement exonerating Clinton, drafted a statement , and emailed it to a group of people.

World Donald Trump issues new warning to North Korea
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Speaking to reporters alongside USA ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley at a press conference in the White House, McMaster, the nation's top security chief, said the USA was running out of options on North Korea. The sanctions were announced days before North Korea's latest provocation this week, the launching of a missile over Japan into the Pacific. "They continue to be provocative".

World Iceland's PM calls for new election after junior partner quits gov't
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He said he would be looking to hold the election in November though that would mean it would not be possible to finish next year's budget. "It came as a considerable disappointment that we seem to be in the same place as after the general elections in 2016", Benediktsson told a news conference in the capital, Reykjavik .

World Digital Realty Trust, Inc. (DLR): What are the Technicals Saying?
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Next Financial Group, Inc reduced its investment by shedding 158 shares a decrease of 7.4% from 03/31/2017 to 06/30/2017. Analysts have placed a $1.51 price target on Denbury Resources Inc., suggesting a 39.81% gain from recent close. The disclosure for this sale can be found here. Sharp now owns $0 of stock as reported to the SEC. If you are reading this piece on another website, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of United States & worldwide copyright and trademark legislation.

World 'Hot Cop' Investigated for Anti-Semitic Facebook Posts
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Michael Hamill, the 28-year-old cop in the middle of the photo, is now under investigation after the people of the internet dug up some horrific anti-Semitic posts he wrote before his viral fame. Hamill has reportedly closed his Facebook page. GPD spokesman Ben Tobias said the agency is reviewing a complaint against Hamill. "GPD is reviewing the allegation and will do so in accordance to Florida law and department policy", the statement continued.

Author: 0 Egypt Court Upholds Life Sentence Against Former President

An Egyptian court on Saturday condemned to death seven people for membership of the Islamic State group and over the beheading in Libya of 21 Christians, all but one of them from Egypt, judicial officials said . Death sentences in Egypt are subject to review by the country's mufti as the official interpreter of Islamic law, although his verdict is not legally binding.

World 3 things we learned from win over Air Force
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He completed 2 of 8 attempts in the red zone for just six yards against the Falcons. Senior running back Tim McVey rushed for 62 yards on 11 carries. MI head coach Jim Harbaugh reacts to a failed third down conversion, on the sideline in the third quarter of an NCAA college football game against Air Force in Ann Arbor , Mich., Saturday, Sept.

World Troops wounded in Afghanistan convoy attack
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All three casualties were Romanian soldiers, NATO's Resolute Support train and assist mission said in a statement . But the statement made no mention of fatalities and did not indicate the nationalities of the injured. The militant group frequently makes exaggerated claims about its battlefield gains. Police say global troops have been attacked in southern Afghanistan, but there are no immediate reports of casualties.

World Trump says London train attackers known to police
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National security adviser H.R. McMaster dismissed criticism of President Trump's response to a Friday terror attack in Great Britain. President Trump tweeted after the attack that the terrorist was known to Scotland Yard beforehand. "Must be proactive!" he wrote in his first tweet. Loser terrorists must be dealt with in a much tougher manner.The internet is their main recruitment tool which we must cut off & use better! He added, "Must be proactive & nasty!" Trump has repeatedly ...

World Legislators hurry to pass nursing home laws after Irma deaths
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The state's nursing home association said it tirelessly advocated help for its members before and after the storm. And to think: We nearly escaped Hurricane Irma's ire without a senseless loss of life. But the NAACP Florida State Conference put out a statement saying it "demands justice" for the deaths and called for steps such as increased oversight and enforcement efforts by the state Agency for Health Care Administration and the Florida Department of Children and Families .

World Four killed in M5 crash involving several vehicles
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Avon and Somerset Police said: "The closure is likely to be in place for a considerable amount of time and we'd ask people to avoid the area". "Sadly, at least four people have died", police said. "One was completely wrecked and another had flipped over". "Everyone ran out of their cars and the public were incredible, they managed to help many casualties out of the accident".

World California Sanctuary State bill approved by State Assembly
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The California Values Act at first would have prohibited state and local law enforcement agencies from using any resources to hold, question or share information about people with federal immigration agents, unless they had violent or serious criminal convictions.

World Haley: 'Plenty' of military options available for dealing with North Korea
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While Washington warns of military options, it says it still wants a peaceful solution. "This includes the regime of North Korea , which has one again shown its utter contempt for its neighbors, and the entire world community". "Now it's not what we prefer to do". The worry is less about a full-blown attack from the North on its neighbours (an unlikely possibility given that Kim is not suicidal) and more the prospect of low-level provocations - for example, the shelling by the North of ...

World Missouri Senator Who Hoped for Trump's Assassination Will Keep Her Seat
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The senate gave Sen. The Daily Mail reports that the Republican-led Missouri Senate voted 28-2 to formally censure the lawmaker and also called for Nadal to resign. "I made a mistake, and I'm owning up to it", Chappelle-Nadal said during a press conference. I am very disappointed in the outcome of today's proceedings.