• IN children struck, killed by truck at bus stop
IN children struck, killed by truck at bus stop

WNDU said the three children were members of the same family. They have been identified as two twin 6-year-old boys and their 9-year-old sister. The rural Rochester residents were students at nearby Mentone Elementary School. That child is an 11-year-old boy. The injured person, an 11-year-old boy, was airlifted to a hospital in Fort Wayne. Th...

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  • President can't change the Constitution with an Executive Order
President can't change the Constitution with an Executive Order

It's in the process. "Guess what? You don't", Trump said during the interview , according to Axios , declaring he can do it by executive order. Revoking birthright citizenship would spark a court fight over whether the president has the unilateral ability to change an amendment to the Constitution .

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  • Protests expected as India prepares to unveil world's largest statue
Protests expected as India prepares to unveil world's largest statue

Also, folk dance performances from Punjab, Assam, Mizoram and Gujarat have been planned when PM Modi will dedicate the 182-metre tall statue at Kevadia Colony to the country. The Gujarat government expects the statue to boost tourism , with one estimate putting the daily numbers at 15,000. Online booking to visit the Statue of Unity has op...

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  • Pakistan frees Christian woman facing death penalty for blasphemy
Pakistan frees Christian woman facing death penalty for blasphemy

Bibi is being held at an undisclosed location for security reasons and is expected to leave the country. "Her conviction is set aside", said Pakistan's Chief Justice Saqib Nisar in the ruling. Bibi's family and her lawyer say she never insulted the Prophet. Ms Bibi's lawyer on Wednesday called the court ruling "great news" for Pakistan.

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  • Meghan Markle's Speech In New Zealand Broke A Strict Royal Rule
Meghan Markle's Speech In New Zealand Broke A Strict Royal Rule

Her efforts earned her spontaneous applause and whoops from the audience. It upset her to see that an ad for dishwashing soap specifically targeted women, she said, and so she wrote a letter to the manufacturer, Procter & Gamble. The fact that she had the decency to acknowledge our indigenous language is truly an honor! The royal couple then ...

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  • Vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue attack victims tonight in Lakeland
Vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue attack victims tonight in Lakeland

Bowers shot his victims with an AR-15, used in numerous nation's mass shootings , and three handguns, all of which he owned legally and had a license to carry, according to a law enforcement official who wasn't authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation, and who spoke Sunday on the condition of anonymity.

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  • Afghanistan: Kandahar Votes After Week-long Delay Due to Violence
Afghanistan: Kandahar Votes After Week-long Delay Due to Violence

An Afghan voter casts his ballot at a polling station during parliamentary elections in Kandahar city, capital of Kandahar province, Afghanistan , on October 27, 2018. Parliamentary election has also been postponed for an indefinite period in Kandahar's neighboring Ghazni province. But hiccups with biometric devices and voter lists persisted.

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  • Vigil held in Vancouver for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue attack
Vigil held in Vancouver for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue attack

The shooting rampage that killed 11 people at Pittsburgh's Tree of Life Synagogue on Saturday is being decried as the deadliest attack on Jews in USA history, allegedly carried out by a virulently anti-Semitic gunman. Authorities in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia and other cities sent extra patrols to synagogues an...

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  • Florida gubernatorial candidates set for final debate
Florida gubernatorial candidates set for final debate

Regarding her support for DeSantis, Tamir praised the Republican candidate's pro-Israel support. Both sides appeared eager for character to emerge as the defining issue in what remains of the sharply partisan campaign. Gillum's story of how he paid for his ticket and his villa vacay is now being picked apart by the opposition, thrown in his face as...

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  • Mail Bomb Suspect Believed 'Everyone That Wasn't White
Mail Bomb Suspect Believed 'Everyone That Wasn't White

The man suspected of sending 14 pipe bombs to prominent Democrats around the country will be formally charged in court Monday. The 13 bombs were sent through the mail, many of them through a US Postal Service processing center in Florida, and Sayoc was tracked down based on fingerprint and possible DNA evidence, agents said.

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  • Jamal Khashoggi's son leaves Saudi Arabia, US praises decision
Jamal Khashoggi's son leaves Saudi Arabia, US praises decision

Riyadh yesterday dismissed Ankara's calls to extradite 18 Saudis wanted for the murder of Mr Khashoggi, as Washington warned that the crisis risked destabilising the Middle East. Supporters, friends and relatives of journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Thursday held a candlelight vigil outside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to demand justice for hi...

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  • Merkel, Germany’s ‘eternal’ chancellor, embarks on last lap
Merkel, Germany’s ‘eternal’ chancellor, embarks on last lap

Merkel had been widely expected to be reelected as CDU chief at a party congress in December. Two weeks ago, two of the parties in Merkel's federal "grand coalition" of what have traditionally been Germany's strongest political forces - the Christian Social Union, the Bavaria-only sister to Merkel's CDU, and the Social Democrats - were battered i...

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  • Saudi Arabia official: Reaction to Khashoggi killing is 'fairly hysterical'
Saudi Arabia official: Reaction to Khashoggi killing is 'fairly hysterical'

Jubeir told a security summit in Bahrain that Riyadh's relations with the United States were "ironclad" amid what he described as "media hysteria" over the killing of Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, which sparked a global outcry and strained the kingdom's ties with the West .

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  • Brexit deal is 95 done, Prime Minister will tell MPs
Brexit deal is 95 done, Prime Minister will tell MPs

In its report, the National Audit Office said that political uncertainty and delays in negotiations with the European Union have hampered preparations for new border arrangements, and the government is now racing to bolster computer systems, increase staffing and build new infrastructure to track goods.

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  • David Beckham spotted in crowd as Harry and Meghan attend Invictus event
David Beckham spotted in crowd as Harry and Meghan attend Invictus event

There are no reports of any injuries, according to Channel 9 . Meghan was speaking at Government House celebrating the 125th anniversary of women being given the vote - the first country in the world to give the vote to women. Afterwards, the couple are headed to an official dinner. The tour of Commonwealth countries has seen the royal coupl...

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  • Japan PM Abe welcomed near Tiananmen Square in rare China visit
Japan PM Abe welcomed near Tiananmen Square in rare China visit

Mr Abe, who has been accompanied by a 500-strong business delegation, expressed hopes for closer ties and a shift in relations from an age of "competition to cooperation", an apparent reference to rifts that until recently have muted Japanese business interests in China .

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  • Donald Trump uses Obama clip to troll Democrats on illegal immigration
Donald Trump uses Obama clip to troll Democrats on illegal immigration

Obama said. "Here's the good news, Nevada". "I want this to be the capital of voting", Obama told the crowd. While a majority of recessions since 1950 began while a Republican was president, it's hard to pin an economic downturn just on a president's - or one party's - policies at the time.

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  • Meetings Related to Lebanese Situation Held in Saudi Arabia
Meetings Related to Lebanese Situation Held in Saudi Arabia

It was the first indication Ankara has shared its key investigative evidence. Erdogan asked. "We are seeking answers to this. It was a repulsive incident, and no one can justify it", Prince Mohammed said. But Wednesday's telephone conversation was the first time he has spoken to the crown prince, who is seen as the driving force in day-to-day rule ...

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  • Migrant Caravan: What Happens If It Reaches The US Border?
Migrant Caravan: What Happens If It Reaches The US Border?

Additionally, the U.S. is negotiating with Mexico about whether migrants from the caravan could be deported there, regardless of their country of origin. There already are about 2,000 National Guard troops there under a previous Pentagon arrangement. Despite raising Trump's ire, thousands of Central American men, women and children seeking to e...

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  • Takeaways From Andrew Gillum’s Masterful Debate Dismantling Of Ron DeSantis
Takeaways From Andrew Gillum’s Masterful Debate Dismantling Of Ron DeSantis

The race is tight. In the Real Clear Politics average of polls, Gillum hold a 4.5 percentage point lead over DeSantis. The poll shows a wider lead for Gillum than some other recent telephone polling, almost all of which was conducted before Hurricane Michael struck the state on October 10.

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