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Majority likely can't legally enter the country, let alone resettle here. Around 900 migrants - exhausted of waiting on the bridge - resorted to crossing the Suchiate River below on makeshift rafts and police did not intervene as they clambered up the muddy riverbank on the Mexican side on Saturday.
  • Jordan says it won't renew peace treaty land deal with Israel

    Jordan says it won't renew peace treaty land deal with Israel

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    Jordan will cancel a land-annexing article in its peace treaty with Israel , King Abdullah announced on Sunday in a move celebrated by many across the country who long believed Tel Aviv had taken ties with its neighbour for granted. If Jordan needs to stop Israelis from using these lands, Qassem told MEE, then both parties will enter into open-ended negotiations, and if these negotiations fail then they can go to arbitration.
  • Ex-India state official: Most train victims migrant workers

    Ex-India state official: Most train victims migrant workers

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    Amritsar police said they had given a "no-objection" certificate for the event but told the organisers they must take permission from the civic body and the pollution department, which they didn't. "The Congress government was muzzling the voice of the poor by instituting a tailor made inquiry with the sole aim of giving a clean chit to the culprits and putting the blame squarely on the Indian Railways ".
  • Floor collapses at party in South Carolina, injuring dozens

    Floor collapses at party in South Carolina, injuring dozens

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    Police tape surrounds an apartment complex after a floor collapsed early Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, during a party in Clemson, S.C., near the campus of Clemson University . She added: 'Turning around and seeing a bunch of people who used to be on the second floor now on the basement was really surreal and people were crying.
  • Facebook hires British ex-deputy PM as global affairs head

    Facebook hires British ex-deputy PM as global affairs head

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    The former deputy prime minister was the leader of the Liberal Democrats and formed a coalition government with David Cameron's Conservatives in 2010. Clegg has most recently been in the public eye as a high-profile campaigner for a second European Union referendum. "I'm not especially bedazzled by Facebook", he said in an article in the London Evening Standard in 2016.
  • USA prosecutors drop some charges against Paul Manafort

    USA prosecutors drop some charges against Paul Manafort

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    Manafort was convicted on eight different criminal counts, including bank fraud and tax fraud, during his trial in Ellis' courtroom in August. But then the case took a twist. Vanity Fair reports Mueller is particularly interested in the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Manafort, Jared Kushner, Donald Trump Jr., and a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer .
  • Brexit: Michel Barnier says deal ‘90% done’

    Brexit: Michel Barnier says deal ‘90% done’

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    He says "we are in a much better mood than after Salzburg". The Taoiseach said that while politicians and negotiators can make last-minute decisions on Britain's withdrawal deal, firms are already making plans in preparation for Brexit .
  • Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren's DNA test at Montana rally

    Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren's DNA test at Montana rally

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    One Native American journalist, Jacqueline Keeler, said that Warren's use of DNA as evidence reinforces the idea of Native Americans as a race and thereby undermines their claims of citizenship in sovereign nations. Trump then made the " Pocahontas " jibe a laugh line at his rallies in 2016 after Warren became an outspoken critic. "I think she's guilty of claiming she's an American Indian but has no proof - and then [is] using it for applications for college and for political reasons".
  • Crimea mourns after fatal college attack

    Crimea mourns after fatal college attack

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    The Tatars, a muslim community largely opposed to the annexation of Crimea and who is being pressured by the authorities, have also been singled out by some in the media. Russian President Vladimir Putin has called the deadly shooting and bomb attack by a teenager in Crimea a "result of globalization" and says that adults are failing to offer young people an alternative to an outburst of violence.
  • Canada Legalizes Cannabis, Prepares to Collect Taxes

    Canada Legalizes Cannabis, Prepares to Collect Taxes

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    Interested in Marijuana? Add Marijuana as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Marijuana news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Last Monday, the Canadian Medical Association published an article describing the new legislation as "an uncontrolled experiment in which the profits of cannabis producers and tax revenues are directly earned at the expense of Canadians' health".
  • Horrific Moment When Dozens Crushed By Punjab Train Caught In Videos

    Horrific Moment When Dozens Crushed By Punjab Train Caught In Videos

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    A large number of people were watching a huge Ravan effigy in flames while standing on the tracks at a railway crossing at Jora Phatak when the train on way from Pathankot to Amritsar mowed them down, triggering anger and outrage. "The reports indicate the train crashed through the crowd on the track at that time", said Raveen Thukral, Media Adviser to the Chief Minister. Prime Minister Narendra Modi reacted to the incident on Twitter .