Category: World

  • Migrant caravan gets within reach of border: What happens now?

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    Resilient and eternally optimistic, what lies ahead for the 5,000 to 7,000 migrants making their way to the US border? Fox News reached out to three widely divergent views for their take on the uncertain road ahead and how this may end. MEXICO CITY – With the number of migrants in Mexico increasing, their timetable to […]

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  • Russia marks anniversary of 1941 military parade

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    MOSCOW – Thousands of troops in World War II uniform marched across Moscow’s Red Square on Wednesday in a re-enactment of a historic wartime parade. On Nov. 7, 1941, Red Army soldiers marched directly to the front line during the Battle of Moscow to repel the invading Nazi forces closing in on the Soviet capital. Moscow […]

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  • Chinese warship warned USS Decatur it would ‘suffer consequences’ during near-collision in South China Sea

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    A Chinese destroyer that closed to within 45 yards of a U.S. Navy ship during a September mission in the South China Sea reportedly warned the American vessel it would “suffer consequences” if it didn’t redirect its course. The People’s Republic of China destroyer Luoyang delivered the message to the USS Decatur during their September […]

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  • Christian on death row in Pakistan for blasphemy is ordered released

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    Human rights groups say blasphemy laws are increasingly being exploited by religious extremists as well as ordinary Pakistanis to settle personal scores. PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Pakistan’s top court on Wednesday overturned the death sentence of a Christian woman who was convicted under the country’s blasphemy laws. The Supreme Court concluded that it was “inescapable” that […]

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  • Indonesia Lion Air plane had reported airspeed problem day before crash, as accounts emerge of terrifying previous flight

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    The brand new Lion Air jet that crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from Indonesia’s capital city on Monday experienced unreliable airspeed readings on its previous flight, officials said Tuesday, citing passengers who spoke out about the terrifying experience. Indonesia’s National Transportation Safety Committee said the 2-month-old Boeing 737-MAX 8 jet that crashed […]

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  • Angela Merkel to step down as German chancellor in 2021

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    Germany’s Angela Merkel has said she will step down as chancellor in 2021, following recent election setbacks. “I will not be seeking any political post after my term ends,” she told a news conference in Berlin. She also said she would not seek re-election as leader of the centre-right CDU party in December. She has […]

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  • Erdogan demands Saudi Arabia reveal the location of Jamal Khashoggi’s body

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    Istanbul -Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is demanding that Saudi Arabia reveal the location of Jamal Khashoggi’s body and hand over the suspects in his murder. Erdogan said the top Saudi prosecutor will travel to Turkey on Sunday to meet with the top Istanbul prosecutor, and argued that those responsible for killing the journalist should […]

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  • Hurricane Willa makes landfall, lashing Mexico’s Pacific coast with 120-mph winds

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    Thousands of people were evacuated, buildings were boarded up and schools were closed before Willa made landfall early Tuesday evening. Hurricane Willa slammed into Mexico’s Pacific coastline on Tuesday evening packing winds of 120 mph, buffeting buildings and dumping torrential rain on tourist resorts where thousands of people had moved to safety. Whipping palm trees, […]

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  • How to Talk to Conservatives About Climate Change

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    Conservatives perceive terrorism and crime to be much larger and more immediate threats than climate change. How can their minds change? The United States has a climate change acceptance problem. It’s elected a President who’s on record claiming global warming is a Chinese hoax. One of its two major political parties has “refusal to accept climate science” as a […]

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  • Will Trump’s withdrawal from nuclear treaty spark an arms race or Russian compliance?

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    The agreement was designed to keep ground-based nuclear missiles out of Europe, but critics say tearing it up could spark an arms race there. A piece of reckless brinkmanship that could spark an arms race between NATO and Russia in Europe, or a hardball negotiating strategy that might push Moscow into keeping its longstanding promises […]

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