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No one was seriously hurt in the attack that started at around 8.30 a.m.in the Haidhausen area, east of downtown Munich. Local police chief Hubertus Andra said eight people, including a woman and a 12-year-old boy, suffered minor injuries in the attack near Rosenheimer Platz.
  • Expert offers advice ahead of white nationalist event: 'Don't engage'

    Expert offers advice ahead of white nationalist event: 'Don't engage'

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    Scott warned in an executive order Monday that a "threat of a potential emergency is imminent" in Alachua County, in north Florida. On Oct. 7, he returned to Charlottesville to lead a white-nationalist march through the University of Virginia campus where the September incidents (which included the murder of a woman who was counter-protesting the white nationalists) occurred.
  • Sri Lanka skipper pulls out of Pakistan tour citing security reasons

    Sri Lanka skipper pulls out of Pakistan tour citing security reasons

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    A preliminary 22-man squad is expected to be named on Wednesday, which will be cut down to 15 by October 20. Gurusinha acknowledged that it was a tough decision to go through with the plan despite player concerns, but explained that Pakistan's support for Sri Lanka during the 1996 World Cup coupled with the security assurances meant there was little chance of the venue being changed.
  • Pence holds economic talks with Japan ahead of Trump visit

    Pence holds economic talks with Japan ahead of Trump visit

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    For example, on the issue of abortion , the scholar explained that, even if Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court, several states would still allow abortion to continue. Trump brings up the incident with Mike Pence leaving a game because the players wouldn't honor the flag during the pledge. A request for comment from the White House was not immediately returned.
  • Nato warns North Korea military action would have 'devastating consequences'

    Nato warns North Korea military action would have 'devastating consequences'

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    North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on Sept 3, and has launched more than a dozen missiles this year as it seeks the capability to hit the continental United States with an atomic weapon. In July, North Korea fired two ICBMs on steep trajectories into the sea between the Korean peninsula and Japan. The allies' militaries will participate in the Maritime Counter Special Operation, which is created to defend the infiltration of North Korea's special warfare forces.
  • John Kelly to Reporters: 'I'm Not Quitting, I'm Not Getting Fired'

    John Kelly to Reporters: 'I'm Not Quitting, I'm Not Getting Fired'

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    But two viral images of have fuelled speculation around discontent. " All of you ", Kelly said , to laughter. 'It's amusing, I read in the paper - you all know you write it - that I've been a failure at controlling the president , or a failure at controlling his tweeting and all that, ' Kelly said - as he faced the White House press corps and provided assurances that he was neither quitting nor getting fired.
  • Police Continue To Look For Bimal Gurung

    Police Continue To Look For Bimal Gurung

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    The GJM cadres retaliated after police opened fire, sources said. Six AK-47 rifles, a nine-mm pistol, almost 500 rounds of cartridges, explosives and bombs were recovered from the spot later. The GJM, that has been spearheading the revived movement of Gorkhaland in the hills, is now a divided house, with a section of activists remaining with GJM chief Gurung while another faction has shifted allegiance towards expelled party leader Binay Tamang.
  • Collins rules out ME governor's bid, will stay in Senate

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    But Friday, McConnell says Collins' decision to pass on a gubernatorial run is a good one. As one of the few moderates in a closely divided Senate, she is often a swing vote, and, as she demonstrated during the health care debate, she can often influence the outcome of important legislation.
  • Sir Richard Branson promises to build 'revolutionary' Hyperloop train service

    Sir Richard Branson promises to build 'revolutionary' Hyperloop train service

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    Led by Rob Lloyd, CEO, Shervin Pishevar, co-founder and Executive Chairman, and Josh Giegel, co-founder and President of Engineering, Hyperloop has built a fully operational Hyperloop system. Since then, this Hyperloop concept has been explicitly open-sourced by Musk and SpaceX to encourage others to take the ideas and further develop them as Virgin Hyperloop One has done.
  • Massive Hole Has Opened Up In Antarctica's Ice

    Massive Hole Has Opened Up In Antarctica's Ice

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    Climate models predicted the polynya , but it was looked at as a glitch and not a true possibility until it reappeared after decades, Newsweek reported . In case of this giant hole , it is unusual that it has formed "deep in the ice pack". According to NASA, that sinking water contributes to the cold water mass, known as Antarctic Bottom Water, which feeds into deep ocean currents and contributes to ocean circulation around the globe.
  • Ophelia upgraded to Cat 1 hurricane

    Ophelia upgraded to Cat 1 hurricane

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    National Hurricane Center . Ophelia had winds of 70 miles per hour and could "become a hurricane at any time today or tomorrow", the hurricane center said . Through the coming days the storm will move toward the northeast. That stat - combined with the number of major hurricanes we've seen and the overall cyclone energy generated by the storms - make this an extremely active Atlantic hurricane season by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's standards.