International

  • Traces of acid, chemicals found in Saudi consul's home - source
  • Traces of acid, chemicals found in Saudi consul's

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    A source in the Turkish attorney general’s office told Al Jazeera that the investigative team found traces of hydrofluoric acid and other chemicals inside a well at the Saudi consul general’s home in Istanbul.
    The

  • Philippine lawyer who resisted Rodrigo Duterte's drug war gunned down
  • Philippine lawyer who resisted Rodrigo Duterte's

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    One of the founding members of a Philippine lawyers’ group at the forefront of opposing President Rodrigo Duterte’s lethal war on drugs was gunned down Tuesday, killed by three bullets as he was leaving his office for the night.

  • Gunman kills 12 at California bar filled with college students
  • Gunman kills 12 at California bar filled with

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    A gunman opened fire in a crowded Southern California bar popular with college students, killing 12 people including a sheriff’s deputy, police said on Thursday.

  • Saudi King issues pardons, unveils projects on domestic tour as MBS keeps silence on Khashoggi
  • Saudi King issues pardons, unveils projects on

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    Saudi Arabia, whose reputation was badly hurt in the Khashoggi case, looks to clear its image at home. The international community, however, still waits for a concrete answer
    As the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khash

  • Chinese Workers Made To Drink Urine For Failing To Finish Tasks: Report
  • Chinese Workers Made To Drink Urine For Failing

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    Workers at a Chinese home renovation company who failed to complete their tasks had to drink urine, eat cockroaches or get whipped by a belt.
    Others had to shave their heads or drink water from a toilet bowl and had their sal

  • Multiple injuries in mass shooting at California nightclub
  • Multiple injuries in mass shooting at California

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    Authorities in Ventura County, Calif., late Wednesday responded to reports of a mass shooting at a nightclub hosting a college event, reports said.
    Police said multiple injuries were reported at the Borderline Bar & Grill

  • Flybe plane with 48 people on board 13 seconds from terrifying freefall crash
  • Flybe plane with 48 people on board 13 seconds

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    A Flybe plane was just seconds from disaster with 48 people on board when an autopilot error caused it to plummet to the ground. The flight pitched so sharply that the cockpit crew were able to see earth when it went ‘nose-down and then

  • Woman spent £20,000 on surgery to look like Ivanka Trump
  • Woman spent £20,000 on surgery to look like

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    How much would you spend to look like Ivanka Trump? If you’re Sarah Schmidt, 34, that answer would be £20,000. She went under the knife two months ago because she thought she looked like ‘Shrek’ in an unflattering bikini

  • US Warns Nations Not to Allow Iranian Oil Tankers
  • US Warns Nations Not to Allow Iranian Oil Tankers

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    The United States is warning other countries not to allow Iranian oil tankers into their territorial waters or ports, saying such access may run afoul of U.S. sanctions and not only incur penalties, but also result in catastrophic economic and

  • Man sets off Diwali cracker in 3-year-old's mouth, victim critical
  • Man sets off Diwali cracker in 3-year-old's

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    A three-year-old girl was critically wounded in Meerut when a mischievous youth put a fire cracker in her mouth and lit it on Diwali eve, police said on Wednesday. The girl was rushed to a nearby medical facility where her condition is described

  • Israeli Firm's Spyware Was Used to Track Khashoggi : Snowden
  • Israeli Firm's Spyware Was Used to Track

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    Edward Snowden said on Tuesday that software from the Israeli firm NSO Group Technologies was used to help track the dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed last month at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. 

  • After Khashoggi, another journalist is 'tortured and killed' by Saudi
  • After Khashoggi, another journalist is 'tortured

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    After Jamal Khashoggi, torture and death of another Saudi journalist have begun to plague the kingdom, according to reports.
    Middle East Monitor, citing the New Khaleej has reported that Saudi journalist and writer Turki bin

  • Illegal Indian, Filipino caught in drug trafficking; Kuwaiti youth caught with 'Shabu'
  • Illegal Indian, Filipino caught in drug

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    Personnel from Hawally Security Department have arrested a Filipino and an Indian, the latter violator of residence law, for trafficking in drugs, reports Al-Rai daily.
    The daily added, the arrest happened when police suspect

  • North Korea 'really angry' at US as tensions rise
  • North Korea 'really angry' at US as tensions rise

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    North Korea is getting increasingly angry at the US, as talks are deadlocked and tensions between the two countries are on the rise, a source familiar with the discussions told CNN.
    US and foreign sources close to the talks p