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Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Martha McSally tie at 46 percent apiece among Arizona likely voters. There are still hundreds of thousands of votes to be counted in the last one percent of districts (including the very blue Tucson), with many speculating that the victor will not be named for several days.
  • Trump fever unbroken amid blue ripple in USA midterm elections

    Trump fever unbroken amid blue ripple in USA midterm elections

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    With Democrats winning the House, they must now elect their leader, and Pelosi's future will depend on the outcome of a simmering party power struggle. Several television networks, including the president's favorite Fox News Channel, yanked a Trump campaign advertisement off the air on the eve of the election, determining that its portrayal of a murderous immigrant went too far.
  • Police Identify the Victims of the Florida Yoga Studio Shooting

    Police Identify the Victims of the Florida Yoga Studio Shooting

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    Since the gunman killed himself, Miller says, "We can only go by what was left behind". In addition to Van Vessem and Binkley, two other victims were wounded, police said. He declined to say what kind of gun the shooter had. But as bad as that situation was, a worse tragedy may have been averted thanks to the quick actions of an unidentified man who charged the shooter.
  • Beto ORourke Says F Word in 2018 Midterm Elections Speech

    Beto ORourke Says F Word in 2018 Midterm Elections Speech

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    Early voting in the state's 30 largest counties alone already exceeded the total number of ballots cast during the 2014 midterm elections in Texas. Beto O'Rourke grabbed glowing national headlines by visiting all 254 Texas counties and often drawing large crowds - even in fiercely conservative areas other Democrats had long since written off.
  • Pakistan and China Signed 15 Agreements on Bilateral Cooperation

    Pakistan and China Signed 15 Agreements on Bilateral Cooperation

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    Li said " China and Pakistan are all-weather partners". But both Pakistan and China played down those concerns Saturday, describing the programme as a key part of Islamabad's recovery plans. Reforms are urgently needed and China is willing to help as much as it can. The Chinese side reiterated that Beijing s relationship with Islamabad was always a matter of highest priority in its foreign policy.
  • Khashoggi murder: Turkey blames 'highest levels' of Saudi govt

    Khashoggi murder: Turkey blames 'highest levels' of Saudi govt

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    Turkey has demanded that Saudi authorities tell them where the body is. Turkish media had previously quoted sources as saying Turkey had audio recordings proving that Khashoggi had been tortured before being murdered. The Saudi chief prosecutor arrived in Turkey on Sunday to meet with his Turkish counterpart. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman denounced the murder as "repulsive".
  • US Soldier Killed In Apparent Insider Attack In Kabul

    US Soldier Killed In Apparent Insider Attack In Kabul

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    The Salt Lake Tribune and other media reported on November 3 that North Ogden Mayor Brent Taylor was serving with the National Guard when he was killed earlier in the day. "And right now there is a need for my experience and skills to serve in our nation's long-lasting war in Afghanistan". North Ogden City Councilman Phillip D.
  • United States congressman blames Trump over killing of Shiite protesters

    United States congressman blames Trump over killing of Shiite protesters

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    Trump, in the video, warns that soldiers deployed to the Mexican border could shoot Central American migrants who throw stones at them while attempting to cross illegally. In a statement responding to Trump's remarks, Amnesty International's Secretary General Kumi Naidoo said: "We reject these vicious policies". His recent inflammatory statements , made days before the United States midterm elections, have clearly been seized upon by some in the Nigerian military as an abusive new ...
  • Republicans Edge Democrats in Early Voting Nationwide

    Republicans Edge Democrats in Early Voting Nationwide

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    Croix - 5,251; and St. John - 387, for a total territory-wide of 11,829, which represents 23 percent of registered voters. More than 1.48 million people have voted early, and more than 1.9 million people have voted by mail. Central College's Andrew Green says that's showing up in early voting . Election officials previously reported a surge in voter registration to record levels.
  • Dozens Of Yemeni Rebels Killed In Red Sea Port City - Medics

    Dozens Of Yemeni Rebels Killed In Red Sea Port City - Medics

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    Fifty-three Huthi rebels were killed and dozens were injured over the past 24 hours, medical sources in the area said. 'Yemen is today a living hell - not for 50 to 60 per cent of the children - it is a living hell for every boy and girl in Yemen, ' he told a news conference in the Jordanian capital.
  • Oprah Stumps For Democrats In Georgia. Mike Pence Responds Brilliantly

    Oprah Stumps For Democrats In Georgia. Mike Pence Responds Brilliantly

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    She explained she tracked down Ms Abrams' mobile phone number and called her to say she wanted to offer assistance in the final days of the campaign. In her remarks at Thursday's town hall with Abrams, Winfrey told the crowd that she is a registered independent, "because I don't want any party and I don't want any kind of partisan influence telling me what decisions I get to make for myself".
  • India Welcomes Waiver From U.S. Sanctions Against Iran

    India Welcomes Waiver From U.S. Sanctions Against Iran

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    General Qassem Soleimani, commander of the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guards' Quds Force that oversees its operations overseas, responded to Trump's Game of Thrones-inspired tweet on Friday that warned, "Sanctions are Coming". As a result of the latest sanctions, he said the USA expects to have reduced Iranian crude oil exports by more than 1 million barrels even before these sanctions go into effect.
  • ‘Father of Taliban’ Maulana Samiul Haq Assassinated in Rawalpindi

    ‘Father of Taliban’ Maulana Samiul Haq Assassinated in Rawalpindi

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    Pakistani police and family of a top cleric Haq who was known as "father of the Taliban" has been killed in a knife attack in his bedroom at home in the garrison city of Rawalpindi. Maulana Samiul Haq, who was also famous as the "Father of Taliban" in Afghanistan , was stabbed to death in his residence. Many of them attended his Haqqania seminary, a well-known Islamist school in northwest Pakistan on the border with Afghanistan.
  • Hillary Clinton says, 'I'd like to be president,' at NYC event

    Hillary Clinton says, 'I'd like to be president,' at NYC event

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    GOPUSA Editor's note: Then she turned to race. We need people who not only understand the issues but who will stop at nothing to push these into real legitimate laws in the United States. She has also has maintained an active presence in Democratic circles, appearing alongside candidates such as Andrew Gillum, the Tallahassee mayor running for governor of Florida.
  • Protesters Delay Release Of Pakistani Woman Acquitted For Blasphemy

    Protesters Delay Release Of Pakistani Woman Acquitted For Blasphemy

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    In a statement issued today, HRCP has said: While there is every reason to be relieved that Aasia Bibi has been acquitted after eight years of incarceration in the perpetual shadow of a death sentence, that Pakistan should have come this close to executing a woman for "blasphemy" is a sobering thought.