• Erdogan proposes no-fly zone in northern Syria

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    President Barack Obama pledged Sunday U.S. intent to help Turkey "bring to justice" the coup plotters who attempted to overthrow Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in July. The official, who wasn't authorized to discuss negotiations publicly and requested anonymity, didn't elaborate. Obama said the USA was committed to "investigating and bringing the perpetrators of these illegal actions to justice" and assured Erdogan of American cooperation with Turkish authorities.
  • Jury to be selected for Christina Morris kidnapping trial

    Jury to be selected for Christina Morris kidnapping trial

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    Police said Morris' DNA was later found in the trunk of Arochi's auto, but her body was never found. Police have also said they've found Morris' DNA in the trunk of Arochi's Camaro. If an impartial jury can not be found from that pool, the judge says he will consider a change of venue. It is a case that has been highly publicized from the beginning, and may continue to be publicized, considering all the unanswered questions about Christina's disappearance and the man accused in the ...
  • Indian Land boy dies after playing 'choking game'

    Indian Land boy dies after playing 'choking game'

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    Garrett Jr., a sixth-grader at Indian Land Middle, died last Wednesday while playing "the choking game ", in which youths cut off their airwaves in an attempt to get a sense of euphoria . She said she heard about "The Choking Game " after a summer football coach mentioned it. "We do not know where Garrett learned this, but the logical source would be from other kids in school, or in our neighborhood", Pope wrote in a Facebook plea to other parents last week.
  • Obama, Putin meeting on G20 sidelines

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    They also discussed prominent issues affecting the world economy, including climate change, refugee, anti-terrorism financing and global public health. The summit was frequently overshadowed by other concerns. As many critics have pointed out, when President Obama landed in Hangzhou on Saturday, he was not greeted by a red carpet at the bottom of his airplane staircase, as many other world leaders were.
  • Philippine president regrets calling Obama a 'son of a bitch'

    Philippine president regrets calling Obama a 'son of a bitch'

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    A statement released by the president's office claimed that the insult was, in fact, aimed at the journalist rather than the US president. Obama made a decision to pass on a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Moscow granted Edward Snowden asylum in 2013, but such occurrences are uncommon, especially with USA allies like the Philippines.
  • National Trust launches £7m appeal to fund purchase of Churchill's prized possessions

    National Trust launches £7m appeal to fund purchase of Churchill's prized possessions

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    The collection of personal objects has been on long term loan to Chartwell , the country retreat in Kent where the famous statesman escaped from his hectic life in the corridors of power in London. Among the items are six major awards, gifts and prizes, including Churchill's nobel prize for literature, 12 freedom awards, 12 gifts such as the House of Commons 80th birthday book, six personal souvenirs, 48 medallions, including his school fencing medal, and 898 inscribed books.
  • Trump's Mexico Conversation Continues to Follow Campaign

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    Whatever you think of the merits of the Clinton Foundation story, and there are sharp divides on that issue, the fact that Donald Trump has been found guilty of wrongdoing in a scheme with an identifiable quid pro quo should merit more than one-sixtieth the coverage, shouldn't it? Clinton previously released her returns from 2007 through 2014 and her campaign noted that the Clintons have now made their tax returns public for every year dating back to 1977.
  • Obama Vows Tougher Sanctions on North Korea After Missile Launch

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    Kim Jong-un, the supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, termed the Monday (5 September) missile test into the East Sea " perfect ". Both leaders agreed the sanctions against North Korea must be fully implemented in order to hold Pyongyang "accountable", but on Tuesday a North Korea propaganda outlet claimed the sanctions are abetting military development.