• Prince Harry has adorable reaction when he catches tot stealing his popcorn
Prince Harry has adorable reaction when he catches tot stealing his popcorn

Since then, the couple have moved to downtown Toronto , where they have been discreetly living together at the Fairmont. She knows what she likes and sticks it, especially when it comes to evening wear when she is often spotted sporting dark maroon, classic red or understated black.

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  • US Ambassador: Israel occupies just 2 percent of West Bank
US Ambassador: Israel occupies just 2 percent of West Bank

Israel's government and Supreme Court were in open conflict today as the country's senior judges refused to send a representative to a government event marking 50 years of Israeli settlements in the West Bank. "Settlement is important to you in the same way that it is important to me, so I say very clearly: There will be no further uprooting of s...

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  • Google to create 'separate' shopping unit to avoid European Union fines
Google to create 'separate' shopping unit to avoid European Union fines

While the shopping service will remain part of Google, it will operate separately and use its own revenues to bid for ads, the report said. Fines for failing to meet the Thursday deadline could have been as high as 5 percent of the average daily global revenue of Alphabet , Google's parent company.

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  • Kabul airport attack: Taliban targets U.S. defence secretary James Mattis
Kabul airport attack: Taliban targets U.S. defence secretary James Mattis

Afghan officials said several civilians were wounded when a rocket struck a home near the airport but did not specify that the casualties were caused by the errant USA projectile. The clashes and casualties overshadowed a visit meant to demonstrate US support for the Afghan government and provided a sharp reminder of the risks associated with a mor...

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  • Donald Trump's Controversial Border Wall is Going Up
Donald Trump's Controversial Border Wall is Going Up

Mexico border is slated to begin. Four of the wall prototypes will be made of concrete , while the others will use different materials. Vitiello added that "moving forward with the prototypes enables us to continue to incorporate all the tools necessary to secure our border".

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  • Constitutional crisis looms in Spain as Catalonia looks to vote on independence
Constitutional crisis looms in Spain as Catalonia looks to vote on independence

Catalonia's regional police force, the Mossos d'Esquadra, warned Wednesday that there was a risk of a "disruption of public order" if police sealed polling stations as they have been instructed to do. Reporters Without Borders said the regional government's push to impose its side of the story in local, Spanish and global media has "crossed red li...

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  • Otto Warmbier's body showed no signs of torture, coroner's reports says
Otto Warmbier's body showed no signs of torture, coroner's reports says

Warmbier was arrested in January 2016 after apparently attempting remove a propaganda sign from a hotel for worldwide visitors in Pyongyang. His post followed the airing of an interview with Warmbier's parents. resulting in the death of brain tissue", medical centre doctors said at the time. "They're terrorists", he said. Otto Warmbier died on ...

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  • Watch This Porsche GT2 RS Set a New Record at Nürburgring
Watch This Porsche GT2 RS Set a New Record at Nürburgring

Before setting its quickest time, the 911 GT2 RS was able to beat the Lamborghini Huracan Performante's record with their first lap and the auto easily cracked below 6:50 afterwards. And unlike the Lamborghini Huracan Performante's lap , which had many second-guessing its legitimacy, the GT2's lap occurred with a notary watching and with all ca...

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  • Russian Federation and USA to build new space station to orbit the Moon
Russian Federation and USA to build new space station to orbit the Moon

Following in the footsteps of the International Space Station , the moon ship would be open to astronauts and cosmonauts from around the world. NASA says the project, known as the Deep Space Gateway , would serve as "a gateway to deep space and the lunar surface".

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  • Siemens and Alstom join forces
Siemens and Alstom join forces

Alstom Chief Executive Officer Henri Poupart-Lafarge will keep his position and the chairman will be named by Siemens. Two sources said the French company plans to pay shareholders a special dividend if the deal does go through. The producers of the TGV and ICE high-speed trains wanted to grow by more than 4 percent per year together and achieve...

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  • Southern California wildfires force thousands to evacuate their homes
Southern California wildfires force thousands to evacuate their homes

Water-dropping helicopters flew through the night to save homes from a wildfire that surged through suburban canyons in Southern California and forced evacuations . Several lanes on the eastbound Riverside Freeway at Coal Canyon Road were initially closed to make room for firefighting equipment, backing up traffic for miles, the California Hig...

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  • US Flies B1-B bomber Mission off of North Korean Coast
US Flies B1-B bomber Mission off of North Korean Coast

The North says it needs its weapons programmes to guard against USA invasion and regularly threatens to destroy the United States, South Korea and Japan. Speaking at the U.N. General Assembly Saturday, North Korea foreign minister Ri Yong Ho warned that Trump's labeling of Kim Jong Un as " rocket man " made " our rockets' visit to the entire U...

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  • Ivanka Trump to visit Detroit on Tuesday to promote STEM education
Ivanka Trump to visit Detroit on Tuesday to promote STEM education

Mr. Trump's memorandum on the financing did not guarantee that $200 million in annual grants would go entirely toward computer science education. "Our goal is to really create pathways for jobs for all Americans, even those who opt out of a four-year college model, because there are plenty of opportunities, many of which are now going unfilled ...

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  • Russian airstrikes hit US-backed forces in Syria' Deir al-Zour
Russian airstrikes hit US-backed forces in Syria' Deir al-Zour

The ministry said Lieutenant-General Valeryi Asapov died at a command station manned by Syrian troops in the war-torn city of Deir al-Zor. The jets did not injure coalition forces, but the SDF said six of its fighters were wounded in the strike.

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  • HRW: Myanmar committing 'crimes against humanity' against Rohingya
HRW: Myanmar committing 'crimes against humanity' against Rohingya

Bangladesh is planning to build separate shelters for 6,000 Rohingya Muslim children who entered the country without parents to escape violence in neighboring Myanmar, a government official said Tuesday. "It is deeply regrettable that unsubstantiated allegations have been repeated in this chamber likening the situation in Rakhine State to ethn...

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  • Target Says It Will Raise Minimum Wage To $15/Hour By 2020
Target Says It Will Raise Minimum Wage To $15/Hour By 2020

Target's new $11 an hour rate is higher than the minimum wage in 48 states and matches the minimum wage in MA and Washington state, the company said in a statement . The wage adjustment won't change the retailer's previous earnings guidance for this year. Global Positioning System have all boosted their own hourly pay for workers.

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  • Iraqi Kurds of military operation
Iraqi Kurds of military operation

The non-binding vote, initiated by veteran leader Massud Barzani, has angered not only Iraq's federal government but also neighbouring Turkey and Iran, who are concerned it could stoke separatist aspirations among their own sizeable Kurdish minorities.

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  • China: Trump bank ban statement 'not consistent' with facts
China: Trump bank ban statement 'not consistent' with facts

The agency upgraded the scale of quake from its earlier assessment of the 3.0 magnitude. Analysts examining satellite images of North Korea's mountainous test site after the latest nuclear test said they spotted landslides and surface disturbances that were more numerous and widespread than what was seen from any of the five previous tests.

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  • 'Inevitable' that our missiles will hit United States mainland: North Korea FM
'Inevitable' that our missiles will hit United States mainland: North Korea FM

Hours later, North Korea's foreign minister reportedly said his country may test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean. Before the U.N. Trump mocked Kim's obsession with building up North Korea's missile program, referring to him as Rocket man , a nickname that was also applied to his father.

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  • China experts say 3.4-quake hits North Korea in 'suspected explosion'
China experts say 3.4-quake hits North Korea in 'suspected explosion'

USA bombers, escorted by fighter jets, flew off the North Korean coast in a show of force on Saturday, while in Pyongyang, tens of thousands of people staged a mass rally to express support for "final victory" over the United States and call for the annihilation of the enemy, the state Korean Central News Agency reported.

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  • New Haven Police Responding to Shooting on Elm Street
New Haven Police Responding to Shooting on Elm Street

Pessino suffered a graze wound and was treated and released; Shumway was shot in the arm but is reported to be in good condition. But the suspect continued approaching the officer "in a threatening manner". The man with the gun was also taken to a hospital. Several people said they had been watching the scene for two hours. There is an elementary...

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  • Lee returns as hurricane in Atlantic
Lee returns as hurricane in Atlantic

The swells will continue to effect the areas of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the northern coast of Hispaniola, the Turks and Caicos Islands, and the Bahamas. The rain forecast from Maria is now 1-3 inches, and moderate ocean overwash in vulnerable areas is probable with the potential for 1-3 feet of inundation above ground from coastal floodi...

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  • Collins: 'Very difficult' to imagine backing GOP health care bill
Collins: 'Very difficult' to imagine backing GOP health care bill

Republican Senators John McCain of Arizona and Rand Paul of Kentucky have already said they would vote against the repeal effort, the latest of dozens of legislative attempts by Republicans to undermine the 2010 law they have opposed, in part because it requires nearly all American workers to buy health care insurance policies or pay a fine if ...

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  • Police name suspect in Tennessee church shooting
Police name suspect in Tennessee church shooting

Roadblocks remain in place around the church while investigators continue to gather evidence, and police haven't yet commented regarding the extent of the victims' injuries. The church, which has a weekly service at 10 a.m., is located at 3890 Pin Hook Road. Police captured the gunman, who was also among those injured.

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  • 'Madman' Kim calls Trump 'dotard' as Pyongyang hints at H-bomb
'Madman' Kim calls Trump 'dotard' as Pyongyang hints at H-bomb

Name-calling the North Korean leader once again, the USA president has assured that "the madman" will be "tested like never before", after approving an expansion of Treasury Department powers seeking to strangle Kim Jong-un's economy. Trump had earlier threatened Pyongyang with "fire and fury". Ri made the statement in response to a ques...

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