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The Wentworth defeat pushes the Australian prime minister to the minority government

He pointed to the election last week in Bavaria, shaking the Chancellor Chancellor Angela Merkel's government in Germany, when the electorate changed its faithfulness from its conservative allies to the progressive refugee green. "The Australians are linked to politics as a whole, and it also reflects a broader trend in Western policy," said Roggeveen, adding that "center-left and center-right parties …

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The United States can sail through the Taiwan Strait, which provides China

The United States is considering sailboats through the Taiwan Strait and sends a message to China about the US military's right to travel these and all international waters, two US officials said. The operation, currently in the planning stage, should include at least two vessels on a multi-day mission, the officials. said. The US review, if it were to happen, …

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Mohammed Dewji, abducted Tanzanian billionaire, is sure

Dewji, 43, was kidnapped by unknown men on October 11 when he left his early morning training in the commercial capital of Dar es Salaam, police said. He found around 3:15 am local time near a tennis court in the city, where his kidnapper left him in a car, regional police commissioner Lazaro Mambosasa told a press conference. His disappearance …

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The general who survived the Afghan attacks defied the Taliban's threat

CABUL, Afghanistan – In a few hours, Afghanistan's polls will be opened for parliamentary elections . Voting in the Kandahar province is postponed for one week after an attack, Thursday left several top Afghan officials dead. Avg. Scott Miller made a surprise look on the streets of Kabul on Friday after the insider attack could have cost him his life. …

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The problems that Russian operators used to share Americans in their own words

WASHINGTON – In a criminal complaint without sealing, federal prosecutors described a Russian operation to saw political disputes in the United States that began in 2014 and were now focused on disturbing the middle of the election. The secret campaign was designed to give rise to feelings about hot-key issues and controversial figures, including the Special Council Robert S. Mueller …

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Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi Arabia claims that the journalist died in a "brawl" draws up skepticism

Saudi government's allegations that Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi died in a physical abuse in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul prompted skepticism and opposed earlier banknotes from Saudi and Turkish officials. The Saudi foundations, as all but released the faithful, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, increased pressure on the Trump administration to conduct an independent investigation of Khashoggi's death. …

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61 dead, 72 injured as trains run over Dussehra revelers near Amritsar

At least 61 people were killed and 72 were injured on Friday night after a mass of Dussehra revelers who had flushed railroad tracks while watching the Ravana effigy burn by a train near Amritsar, officials said. The train came from Jalandhar when the accident occurred in Joda Phatak near Amritsar, where at least 300 people looked at "Ravana dahan" …

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Chaos eruption as caravan reaches Mexico border

Chanting and jubilant immigrants shot through or climbed over a steel gate until the police threw tear gas and smoke containers and drove the migrants back. Video showed cough and crying immigrants collapsed on the bridge. Several police officers and an indefinite number of immigrants were injured. When the night fell, thousands of immigrants packed together and exposed to the …

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