• Nigel Farage's Reaction To Gina Miller's Legal Action Against Proroguing Parliament

    Nigel Farage's Reaction To Gina Miller's Legal Action Against Proroguing Parliament

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    Mr Barclay's comments on Monday came after divisions among Tories were further demonstrated when Tory former minister Guto Bebb said he would not stand for re-selection as a Conservative at the next election. has shown me that there are attitudes within the Conservative party that don't appeal to me at all", he said. However, Mr Collier, 69, who had been working for the News of the World, told The Guardian that although he had only found out about it long after the fact, it had left him ...
  • India Postpones Moon Lander Launch

    India Postpones Moon Lander Launch

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    However, the countdown was held back with 56.24 minutes to go for the launch. "Next launch schedule will be announced later". If India did manage the soft landing, it would be only the fourth country to do so after the U.S., Russian Federation and China.
  • Police stop 4 kids who drove SUV 600 miles down Aussie coast

    Police stop 4 kids who drove SUV 600 miles down Aussie coast

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    One boy reportedly wrote a note to his family saying he was leaving. The four-wheel drive was spotted at a service station in Banana at 4.45am, when the group is alleged to have stolen fuel. The four children took off from Gracemere overnight and are believed to be somewhere in New South Wales . The children, aged between 10 and 14, escaped officers after a brief auto chase in one town.
  • Man killed at immigration jail shot many times

    Man killed at immigration jail shot many times

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    The jail has furthermore held immigration-attempting for fogeys separated from their children beneath President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" protection, an effort meant to deter illegal immigration. "He took personal responsibility and did what he could to put an end to what he recognized as injustice", the statement, posted by an anonymous group called Crimethink, said.
  • Immigration raids begin in NY

    Immigration raids begin in NY

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    Administration officials have said that the coordinated action will target about 2,000 people with final deportation orders in major cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Miami. Undocumented immigrants who want to check whether a removal order has been issued against them can call the Immigration Court Information System's automated number at 1-800-898-7180.
  • Ryanair says Boeing eyes MAX flights by Oct, cites 2020 growth risk

    Ryanair says Boeing eyes MAX flights by Oct, cites 2020 growth risk

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    Among other U.S. MAX operators, Southwest Airlines Co LUV.N so far has cancelled flights through October 1 and American Airlines Group AAL.O through September 3, though those timelines are also likely to be extended. "I think the relationship between Southwest and Boeing is unique", Bathaee said . Airbus posted 88 net orders for the first half, easily outpacing Boeing which had a negative net total of 119 aircraft because it had more cancellations than orders during the period.
  • US Lawmakers Delay Mueller Testimony by One Week

    US Lawmakers Delay Mueller Testimony by One Week

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    The House Intelligence Committee, in particular, wanted to speak to the deputies in closed session so they could dive into classified, counterintelligence details of the investigation. The questions surrounding the hearing threatened to distract from the Democrats' intended goal: highlighting the contents of Mueller's 448-page report for Americans who they believe have not read it.
  • Magnitude 6.9 Earthquake Strikes West of Broome in Western Australia - USGS

    Magnitude 6.9 Earthquake Strikes West of Broome in Western Australia - USGS

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    No tsunami alert was issued. There were no immediate reports of major damages or casualties in the quake - but pictures on social media show the ceiling of a store partially destroyed and items fallen from shelves. Derby resident Jody Gaunt was having a beer with friends when they felt the first natural disaster. The quake was also felt strongly on the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome.
  • Magnitude-4.6 earthquake hits Seattle area, felt as far as Vancouver

    Magnitude-4.6 earthquake hits Seattle area, felt as far as Vancouver

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    According to Natural Resources Canada and the US Geological Survey , the initial quake could be "lightly felt" in the Greater Victoria and Vancouver areas. The quake, which was centered two miles northwest of Monroe, was felt south to Olympia, north to Vancouver, British Columbia, and east to Leavenworth.