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World Woman survives six days in Arizona desert after crash
Author: 0 Woman survives six days in Arizona desert after crash

A 53-year-old woman has been found in the desert six days after her vehicle crashed through a fence off a highway, dropped 15 metres down a steep a embankment and landed in a tree. She was nearly asleep. "We got down there as quick as we could, hollering out if anyone could hear us", Moralez told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

World KCSO: 3 sex offenders arrested ahead of Halloween
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The Colorado Department of Corrections will randomly check on paroled sex offenders across the state this Halloween to ensure they're not giving out candy to kids. Experts say parents should check the sex offender registry for offenders who live in the neighborhood. Offenders are also forbidden from opening the door for trick-or-treaters.

World 'They All Look Alike' - Clinton Quips About Two Black Politicians
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According to the Washington Examiner, a Democratic strategist, requesting anonymity due to the fear that he will be on political retribution list after giving this statement, said that " Hillary Clinton is the kiss of death and she represents the part of the Democratic Party that led to historic losses and that elected Donald Trump president".

World Religious scholar Maulana Samiul Haq assassinated in Rawalpindi
Author: 0 Religious scholar Maulana Samiul Haq assassinated in Rawalpindi

The 82-year-old was the head of the Darul Uloom Haqqania seminary in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Akora Khattak. "They were all heroes, of course", Haq said then of his students who took part in militant resistance. The local police have launched an investigation into Haq's assassination. He has twice been a member of the Senate of Pakistan from 1985 to 1991 and again from 1991 to 1997.

World Freed Asia Bibi plans to leave Pakistan soon
Author: 0 Freed Asia Bibi plans to leave Pakistan soon

They are not serving Islam, they are hurting the country. "They are doing their politics". Several Islamist parties rejected the verdict. Amid the backlash after the historic judgment, security forces were deployed outside churches to protect the country's minority Christian community and the three SC judges who pronounced the judgment in the case are also being offered protection from an attack by religious hardliners.

World India Gets US Waiver From Iran Sanctions Along With 8 Others
Author: 0 India Gets US Waiver From Iran Sanctions Along With 8 Others

Iran said it does not fear the impending USA sanctions that are set to go into effect next week. "Why not?" HPCL Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh K Surana said at a press conference, when asked if his firm would look at resuming oil imports from Iran if India gets a waiver .

World Lion staff suspended in Indonesian crackdown on low-priced carriers
Author: 0 Lion staff suspended in Indonesian crackdown on low-priced carriers

In 2013 a Lion Air jet with a rookie pilot at the controls undershot the runway and crashed into the sea in Bali, splitting the plane in two. Lion Air has acknowledged that the twin-engine jetliner had also experienced a technical problem during its previous flight, from Bali to Jakarta on Sunday, though maintaining that it was "resolved through maintenance procedures issued by the aircraft's factory".

World Chinese intelligence officers charged in US aviation hacking
Author: 0 Chinese intelligence officers charged in US aviation hacking

Two of the defendants, Zha Rong and Chai Meng, are officers with the Jiangsu Province Ministry of State Security (JSSD), a provincial arm of the MSS. "The conspirators' ultimate goal was to steal, among other data, intellectual property and confidential business information, including information related to a turbofan engine used in commercial airliners", the DoJ said in a statement released Tuesday.

World USA weeks away from responding to Khashoggi murder: Pompeo
Author: 0 USA weeks away from responding to Khashoggi murder: Pompeo

And even though Riyadh already confirmed that the journalist was indeed killed and his body 'disappeared, ' the U.S. administration is still trying to determine individual figures it could blame and punish. The US-Saudi relationship "is too big to fail", Prince Turki said. The Gates Foundation said in a statement provided to Fortune , "Jamal Khashoggi's abduction and murder is extremely troubling".

World President Trump resorts to fear-mongering to swing votes ahead of midterms
Author: 0 President Trump resorts to fear-mongering to swing votes ahead of midterms

The video is reminiscent of the infamous 1988 "Willie Horton" ad used against Democratic presidential candidate Michael Dukakis and condemned as racist . Amid the ongoing feud between President Donald Trump and the media, both are being blamed for the toxic political climate by most Americans. Trump's presidential re-election campaign paid for the ad, USA news media reported.

World Former Goldman Sachs bankers and Jho Low charged in Malaysian financial scandal
Author: 0 Former Goldman Sachs bankers and Jho Low charged in Malaysian financial scandal

Also charged was Jho Low, the Malaysian financier whom prosecutors have depicted as being a mastermind of a scheme to misappropriate money from the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund. The RM2.6 billion question is, why is Low still in hiding? The charges are the first arising from a global scandal over the epic corruption scandal at the state investment fund known as 1MDB.

Author: 0 Oprah, Pence visiting Georgia in deadlocked governor's race

I just came to remind you of the power. I don't want to run! In a direct call to women, Winfrey said it hasn't even been 100 years since women had the right to vote, and called for women to honor the legacy of those who fought for the right.

World Suspected synagogue shooter pleads not guilty
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One of his federal public defenders, Michael Novara, said Bowers pleaded not guilty , "as is typical at this stage of the proceedings". He appeared in court on Monday shackled to a wheelchair, but walked steadily on Thursday. history. The Simons were the "sweetest people you could imagine", a neighbor who lived next to them for almost 40 years said. They were among the 11 victims of the weekend attack at Tree of Life synagogue.

World KPRC2 Are there criminals in the migrant caravan in Mexico?
Author: 0 KPRC2 Are there criminals in the migrant caravan in Mexico?

Yesterday, Mr Trump also doubled down on his proposal to remove a right for the children of illegal migrants born on American soil to get U.S. citizenship, saying it was " very unfair to our citizens". CNN reported earlier this week that the administration is also considering a plan to limit the number of migrants able to enter at legal ports of entry by "metering", essentially creating a waitlist to allow people to enter only if the Department of Homeland Security has the capacity to ...

World Removing Twitter Heart Gets Zero Likes
Author: 0 Removing Twitter Heart Gets Zero Likes

The site is apparently exploring different changes to foster "healthy conversation", an initiative Twitter has been publicly talking about since at least May. "The most important thing that we can do is we look at the incentives that we're building into our product", Dorsey said at the time. Twitter is often criticised for a perceived "laissez-faire response" to trolls, threatening posts, the proliferation of bot accounts, and misinformation and fake news.

World United States raises concern over Turkish air strikes on Kurdish fighters in Syria
Author: 0 United States raises concern over Turkish air strikes on Kurdish fighters in Syria

Fighting erupted Tuesday night when Turkish artillery opened fire for the second time this week on YPG positions in Tel Abyad, reportedly killing one fighter and injuring another. The state-run Anadolu news agency said four Kurdish fighters were killed and six were wounded in the attack on Wednesday. This assault has already forced Kurdish forces to retreat across the Euphrates river.

World Palestinian killed in clashes with Israeli soldiers in northern Gaza: medics
Author: 0 Palestinian killed in clashes with Israeli soldiers in northern Gaza: medics

The boys were identified by the Gaza health ministry as Khaled Abu Said, 14, Mohammed Abu Zaher and Mohammed al-Satari, both 13. The Gaza envelope settlers have also demonstrated on Sunday in Tel Aviv to protest against the deterioration of the security situation in the settlements and closed some main roads in Tel Aviv.

World Friction likely as Korean court orders Nippon Steel to compensate WWII workers
Author: 0 Friction likely as Korean court orders Nippon Steel to compensate WWII workers

Kono said Tokyo will weigh "every option", including taking the matter to an worldwide court unless appropriate action is taken by Korea immediately. If Nippon Steel refuses to compensate, the plaintiffs could request a seizure of the company's property in South Korea , which may result in an exit of some Japanese businesses, a cut in investment and a flare-up in anti-Japanese sentiment.

World Saudis 'planned to kill and cut up Jamal Khashoggi'
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Turkey has not publicly blamed Saudi Arabia for the murder. Because of his unchallenged control of the regime and the high profile of the assassination, many suspect Mohammed is directly responsible - a charge the Saudi prince's defenders reject.

World Trump Birthright Citizenship Plan Blasted as
Author: 0 Trump Birthright Citizenship Plan Blasted as "Unconstitutional"

The citizenship proposal would inevitably spark a long-shot legal battle over whether the president can alter the long-accepted understanding that the 14th Amendment grants citizenship to any child born on US soil, regardless of his parents' immigration status.

World Three Siblings Hit and Killed Walking to the School Bus
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The driver did stop, and police say alcohol does not believe to be a factor in the accident. They have been identified as twin 6-year-old boys, Xzavier and Mason Ingle, and their 9-year-old sister, Alivia Stahl. "Lowe attended Tippecanoe Valley Middle School". The state police initially tweeted about the crash shortly before 9 a.m. Tuesday, saying the agency was "investigating a fatal crash in Fulton County".

World Robert Mueller possible target of false sexual abuse scheme
Author: 0 Robert Mueller possible target of false sexual abuse scheme

Special counsel Robert Mueller has informed the Federal Bureau of Investigation that women were allegedly "offered money" if they would make "false claims" about him, a spokesperson told CNBC on Tuesday. President Trump's lawyers have not yet reached a deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team to submit written answers to questions on Russian meddling and possible collusion; reaction and analysis from Alex Little, former assistant USA attorney and prosecutor.

World End birthright citizenship for some US-born babies
Author: 0 End birthright citizenship for some US-born babies

Rep. Ryan Costello of Pennsylvania, who is not running for re-election, suggested on Tuesday that the President's decision to float the idea ahead of the midterms amounted to "political malpractice". Allen points out the US didn't even have immigration restrictions at that time. By Zeke Miller and Colleen Long. "I don't think they have American citizenship and if you speak to some very, very good lawyers - and I know some will disagree, but many of them agree with me - and you're going to ...

World Two Saudi sisters found dead, tied together in NY
Author: 0 Two Saudi sisters found dead, tied together in NY

They were officially identified on Friday. Tala Farea was listed as missing by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as of August 24, and "may be with her sister", the center said. According to an Arab News report cited by the NYT , the younger of the two sisters had been living with their mother in Fairfax, while the older one had been living in NY.

World Pakistan Court Acquits Christian Facing Death for Blasphemy
Author: 0 Pakistan Court Acquits Christian Facing Death for Blasphemy

Meanwhile, Bibi's husband Ashiq said Asia is confident she will soon be released from prison. Further, Justice Khosa "because of some important legal and factual issues involved in the case" made a decision to record his separate concurring opinion which stated that the prosecution had failed to prove its case against Asia Bibi beyond a reasonable doubt.

World Statue of Unity Interesting facts about the world s tallest statue
Author: 0 Statue of Unity Interesting facts about the world s tallest statue

While campaigning in 2013 to become prime minister, Mr Modi said, "every Indian regrets that Sardar Patel did not become the first prime minister". NDTV is one of the leaders in the production and broadcasting of un-biased and comprehensive news and entertainment programmes in India and overseas.

World Privately developed Chinese rocket, carrying satellite, fails to enter orbit
Author: 0 Privately developed Chinese rocket, carrying satellite, fails to enter orbit

The China-France Oceanography Satellite ( CFOSat ) was successfully placed into orbit by a Chinese Long March 2C launched from the Jiuquan base in Inner Mongolia on 29th October. "We will carry on with our dream for vast space". The 62 foot (19 m) tall rocket weighs in at 60,000 lbs (27 metric tons) and generates nearly 100,000 lbs (45 metric tons) of thrust.