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Twitter suspends Trump Former adviser Roger Stone After Vicious Attacks On CNN Journalists

Twitter has suspended the account of Roger Stone ― a notorious Republican political operative and longtime friend and former adviser to Donald Trump ― after Stone went on a vicious, profane tirade against several CNN journalists. Stone exploded shortly after the network was the first to report Friday night that a

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Spain-Catalonia crisis deepens, PM Rajoy wants Senate to decide on Catalonian fate

The independence crisis between Spain and Catalonia region deepens. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy urged the Spanish Senate to approve the Madrid government's unprecedented plans to seize control of the autonomous region of Catalonia on Friday, as the crisis over the province's bid for independence came to a head. Rajoy presented the

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Iraq rejects Kurds’ offer to suspend independence drive as US tries to limit Iran’s influence in the region

  An offer by Kurdistan’s leaders to “freeze” their plans for independence have been rejected outright by Iraq’s prime minister, who ordered his forces to push yet further into territory held by the Kurds. Iraq's central government "will accept only the cancelling of the referendum," Haider al-Abadi said in a statement on

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Putin Launches Four Ballistic Missiles in Nuclear Forces Drill Across Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin personally took part in a late-night military drill of his nuclear-capable forces that launched four missiles across Russia, activating air and naval forces, the Kremlin announced. The drill launched two ballistic missiles from east to west, landing in Russia’s northwestern Arkhangelsk region and another two missiles were

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Violence erupts as Election ongoing in Kenya amid opposition boycott

  Violence has erupted in different parts of Kenya as the presidential re-run election ongoing. Security is tight as opposition leader Raila Odinga orders followers to boycott the election. Security forces fire teargas to disperse protesters, as one person is reported killed. In the latest voting, Kenya's media says supporters of Odinga have

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Japan raises alarm, says North Korea threat is ‘critical, imminent,’ tells U.S., South Korea

Agency reports   The threat from North Korea has grown to a "critical and imminent level" and the United States, Japan and South Korea must address the matter, Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera told his U.S. and South Korean counterparts in talks on Monday. Onodera's remarks underscored the deep concern in Tokyo after

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Kenya Presidency:Odinga says he will not recognise Kenyatta win

Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga says he will not recognise a win by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday's scheduled election rerun, as a political crisis gripping the East African country shows no sign of ending. Odinga pulled out of the race earlier this month after claiming opposition demands to overhaul the

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