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Donald Trump

Press “not enemy of the people”, U.S. Senate rebukes Trump

Trump has labelled the media as being the “enemy of the American people”, “very dishonest” and “fake news.”

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25 killed in suicide blast in Afghan capital Kabul

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast.

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Japan emperor expresses ‘deep remorse’ over WW2

A silver-haired Akihito, 84, who will abdicate next year, spoke at the memorial for war dead after a moment of silence.

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Italian minister demands resignation of operators of collapsed bridge

At least 35 people died in Tuesday’s accident.

Australian Prime Minister designate Malcolm Turnbull with Deputy Prime Minister designate Julie Bishop during a press conference in the Blue Room, after winning the Australian Federal leadership in a party ballot vote, at Parliament House in Canberra, Monday, Sept. 14, 2015. (AAP Image/Sam Mooy) NO ARCHIVING

Australian politicians condemn call for a ‘final solution’ to ban Muslim migration

A senator said Muslims were responsible for acts of terror and crime and were dependant on welfare.

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Scientists predict unusually warm climate from 2018 to 2022

The prediction comes as a severe and prolonged heatwave sweeps the northern hemisphere

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10 Women killed in fire in Chile nursing home

The victims could not flee the fire because they had difficulty walking.

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23 die in bus accident in Ecuador

The bus collided with a small lorry and tipped over.

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10 women killed by fire in Chilean nursing home

The fire broke out early Tuesday in the home.

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German police charge father with abusing daughters 800 times

The younger daughter is believed to have revealed the abuse to her mother in March.

Jeremy Corbyn

Netanyahu attacks Corbyn for ‘wreath laying’ at Palestinian memorial

Corbyn on Twitter, called the prime minister’s accusation “false.”

Taliban Militants

Dozens killed as Taliban militants overrun Afghan army base

The remaining soldiers surrendered.

President Recep Erdogan

Erdogan says Turkey will boycott U.S. electronic products

Mr Erdogan said Turkey has been taking necessary measures regarding the economy.

Xi Jinping

China condemns new U.S. defence act, to assess content

U.S. President Donald Trump signed a $716 billion defence policy act on Monday.

Syria

137 Syrian refugees return home from Lebanon

UN says more than five million Syrians have fled the country since the conflict began more than seven years ago.

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Gaza ceasefire calm after fights, protests expected

The ceasefire will face its first test later in the day.

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Indian to be first woman to give birth with mother’s transplanted uterus

The 27-year-old woman is now in her 20th week of pregnancy.

America's first lady’s Slovenian-born parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs. [Photo credit: NewIndianExpress]

Melania Trump’s parents become U.S. citizens under rules her husband hates

The first lady’s Slovenian-born parents, Viktor and Amalija Knavs, were sworn in in New York City.

Congolese President, Joseph Kabila

World powers praise Congo’s Kabila for agreeing to bow out

World powers praise Congo’s Kabila for agreeing to bow out

Saudi Arabia

Yemen’s Houthi attack kills 1 in Saudi Arabia

Eleven civilians were also injured, an official said.

China on map

China orders recall of vaccines from abroad

The commission did not specify which countries the faulty vaccines have been sold to.

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia suspends medical treatment of Saudis in Canada

The move came amid an intensifying spat over human rights between the two countries.

Russian President, Vladimir Putin

Russia holds funerals of 3 journalists killed in Central Africa

The journalists were killed in July while investigating the activities of a clandestine firm of Russian private military contractors.

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Amsterdam cracks down on tourists excesses

These measures will allow authorities to go after even minor infractions and collect fines immediately.

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Parents jailed for selling son to Paedophiles

The couple also raped the nine years old