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Potential jurors arrived at the courthouse Monday to find it under tight security that included heavily armed officers, some doing sweeps with bomb-sniffing dogs. Identities of the 12 selected jurors and six alternates will remain anonymous and they will be escorted to and from the courthouse every day by armed United States marshals.
  • Oprah has ruled out running for US President

    Oprah has ruled out running for US President

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    In all, there are almost 47,000 pending voter registrations in Georgia because of the state's "exact match" law that flags people until they prove citizenship, names, addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers. But Georgia Democrats , Abrams chief among them, say the policies are purposefully heavy-handed and make voting more hard for legal citizens, especially minority voters that tend to lean Democrat.
  • Trump Tweets Controversial Video of Immigrant Cop Killer

    Trump Tweets Controversial Video of Immigrant Cop Killer

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    It features Luis Bracamotes, who was sentenced to death in April after being convicted of killing two California sheriff's deputies in 2014. The 53-second spot includes expletives uttered by Bracamontes during his trial as he professed regret at not killing more officers.
  • Former Goldman Sachs bankers and Jho Low charged in Malaysian financial scandal

    Former Goldman Sachs bankers and Jho Low charged in Malaysian financial scandal

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    Two former Goldman Sachs bankers conspired to bribe Malaysian government officials and launder billions of dollars stolen from 1MDB, the country's sovereign wealth fund, American prosecutors alleged yesterday. He has called the Malaysian charges political. Goldman has placed its former co-head of Asia investment banking, Andrea Vella, on leave over his role in the firm's involvement with the case, pending a review of allegations, according to a person familiar with the decision.
  • Khashoggi's body was 'dissolved' after murder: Erdogan advisor

    Khashoggi's body was 'dissolved' after murder: Erdogan advisor

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    Turkey pressed Saudi authorities on Thursday to tell them the whereabouts of Khashoggi's body, which has not been recovered. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , and Istanbul's chief prosecutor, Irfan Fidan , separately called on their Saudi counterparts to identify the collaborator this week.
  • More Than 5000 Troops Deployed To The Border

    More Than 5000 Troops Deployed To The Border

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    The announcement comes just days after President Trump declared the migrant caravan making its way to the US a "National Emergency". President Donald Trump, eager to focus voters on immigration in the lead-up to the mid-term elections next week, escalated his threats against the caravan, tweeting: "This is an invasion of our Country and our Military is waiting for you!" The first group passed through the spot via the river - wading or on rafts - and was advancing through southern Mexico ...
  • Trump blames media for ‘division and hatred’ in US

    Trump blames media for ‘division and hatred’ in US

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    Trump has faced widespread criticism for a Monday tweet in which he referred to "Fake News Media" as " the true Enemy of the People " in the wake of a violent week that saw a spate of over a dozen bombs mailed, including one to CNN , and a shooting that killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
  • Birthright citizenship: Trump lashes out at Paul Ryan

    Birthright citizenship: Trump lashes out at Paul Ryan

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    On Monday, Axios leaked part of an interview with Trump , the full recording of which will air on HBO Sunday, in which he indicated his intention to do away with birthright citizenship in the United States by way of executive order. The right to citizenship for anyone born in the United States is guaranteed in the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. The words of a top Democrat proclaiming that "no sane country" would provide birthright citizenship to the children of non-residents ...
  • Previous flight of crashed Lion Air jet terrified passengers

    Previous flight of crashed Lion Air jet terrified passengers

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    Search teams are using an underwater drone, as well as underwater "pinger locators", to try to pick up the sonar signals from the cockpit recorders. "We strongly believe that we have found a part of the fuselage of JT610", military chief Hadi Tjahjanto reportedly told told TV One.
  • India unveils world's tallest statue celebrating key independence leader

    India unveils world's tallest statue celebrating key independence leader

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    Patel was known as the "Iron Man of India " for integrating various states in the post-independence era as the creation of Pakistan led to a massive bloodshed between Hindus and Muslims moving between the two nations. "The farmers of India had unparalleled faith in him... traders and industrialists preferred to work with Sardar Patel because they felt here was a stalwart who had a vision for India's economic and industrial growth", said Mr.
  • Supreme Court acquits Asia Bibi

    Supreme Court acquits Asia Bibi

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    During the appeal hearing on October 8, a three-member panel of Supreme Court justices appeared to question the case against her, with Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, considered Pakistan's top expert in criminal law, listing flaws in the proceedings.
  • Reports disfigured body of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's found

    Reports disfigured body of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's found

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    Issuing a statement condemning the journalist's assassination, the Sri Lankan media watchdog stated that the Saudi government should extend its fullest cooperation towards global efforts to investigate the murder. Mr Erdoğan said: 'By admitting to murder, the Saudi authorities have taken a significant step. "And it is painful, heinous to every human being in the world", Prince Mohammed said.