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Henry County deputies, Missouri state troopers and the Clinton Police Department set up roadblocks around the area, saying they believe McCarthy is still in Clinton. The suspect reportedly fled in the Nitro, which was found two blocks away. "We're not sure if any of those rounds struck the suspect, but Officer Michael was fatally wounded", Lowe said.
  • Commonwealth Bank blames coding error for compliance breach

    Commonwealth Bank blames coding error for compliance breach

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    Today the bank has explained the reason for its failure: "a coding error" that saw the ATMs fail to create reports of $10,000+ transactions. "CBA takes the allegations made by AUSTRAC very seriously", it said. "The vast majority of the reporting failures alleged in the statement of claim (approximately 53,000) relate specifically to this coding error". CBA has not disclosed whether the coding issue arose as a result of internal activities or via work carried out by an external supplier.
  • Mueller Looks at Whether Flynn Was Secretly Paid by Turkey

    Mueller Looks at Whether Flynn Was Secretly Paid by Turkey

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    Trump that Russia belie regularly, any interference by Russian in the election of 2016, and any collusion between Russian officials and the campaign of the republican candidate. "You can't issue subpoenas without a grand jury", said Christie. Tillis noted that the bill was is meant to live beyond this administration and that Congress has no evidence the president is thinking of firing Mueller.
  • Korea slams new United Nations sanctions, pledges

    Korea slams new United Nations sanctions, pledges "righteous" action

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    But Tillerson says it's not as simple as North Korea stopping launches for a few days or weeks. Tillerson would not give a timeline on North Korea's actions that could satisfy the United States , but said "we'll know when we see it". The Trump administration is cautiously embracing China's apparent newfound cooperation. North Korea does not really have diplomatic ties with any other country barring China and these strong sanctions can put huge pressure on the communist state.
  • Japan bracing for Typhoon Noru

    Japan bracing for Typhoon Noru

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    Typhoon Noru, the fifth typhoon of the season, made landfall in northern Wakayama Prefecture at about 3:30 p.m. on August 7, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). As of 3:00 p.m. local time (0600 GMT), a total of 73,000 people in 32,000 households in five prefectures in western Japan were ordered or advised to evacuate.
  • China Calls For Mutual Respect In Strengthening China-US Relations

    China Calls For Mutual Respect In Strengthening China-US Relations

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    The foreign ministers also expressed the anticipation that as China and ASEAN celebrate the 15th anniversary of the establishment of strategic partnership next year, the two sides would strengthen strategic synergy, deepen cooperation in economy, trade, innovation, connectivity, tourism and other areas so as to bring the strategic partnership to a new level.
  • China says dialogue vital to tackle Korean peninsula crisis

    China says dialogue vital to tackle Korean peninsula crisis

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    John Delury, a China and North Korea expert at Yonsei University in Seoul, noted that the Chinese population that lives along the 800-mile (1,300-km) border with North Korea is already struggling financially. South Korea's former foreign minister Yun Byung-se also talked briefly with Ri at the same forum a year ago. China's foreign minister said on Sunday new U.N.
  • Former CNN commentator Kayleigh McEnany hosts

    Former CNN commentator Kayleigh McEnany hosts "real news" videos for President Trump

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    The segment was recorded at Trump Tower, according to the video. Trump has frequently shared positive clips from mainstream TV news broadcasts and the White House creates its own shareable videos to use on social media. "Wow. Feels eerily like so many state-owned channels I've watched in other countries", wrote former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul. "We are going to bring you nothing but the facts " and that "I bet you haven't heard about all the accomplishments the ...
  • Investigators are demanding documents to the White House

    Investigators are demanding documents to the White House

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    The New York Times , which first reported this development, said that though the documents were not sought through a subpoena, this was the first instance of records being sought from the White House. "We've said before we're collaborating with the special counsel on an ongoing basis", he told the newspaper. Investigators are seeking to determine whether the Turkish government was involved in the payments, the Times reports .