North Korean FM at UN launches tirade against Trump

North Korean FM at UN launches tirade against Trump

North Korea's foreign minister assailed US President Donald Trump at the United Nations on Saturday, deriding him as a "mentally deranged" leader whose threats had increased the chances of military confrontation. ...
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Spain PM asks Catalan leaders to admit referendum ‘won’t happen’

"It would be sensible, reasonable and democratic to stop and say, there won't be a referendum, which they know won't happen," Rajoy told members of his conservative Popular Party at an event in the Balearic Islands. ...
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Kabila at UN pledges DR Congo elections but still no date

Kabila at UN pledges DR Congo elections but still no date

Addressing the General Assembly, Kabila appealed for support from his "true friends" as his country confronts what he described as major logistical and security challenges to organize the vote. ...
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Strong 6.2 magnitude quake shakes central Mexico

Strong 6.2 magnitude quake shakes central Mexico

The quake struck at 12:53 GMT with an epicenter 19.3 kilometers (12 miles) southeast of the city of Matias Romero, in the state of Oaxaca, the US Geological Survey reported. Mexican quake monitors gave the same figure. ...
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New Zealand election stalemate leaves maverick Peters as kingmaker

New Zealand election stalemate leaves maverick Peters as kingmaker

English delivered an unexpectedly strong performance to claim 46 percent of the vote, while the much-hyped "Jacinda-mania" surrounding Ardern fell short as she finished on 36. ...
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Maritime court backs Ghana in offshore dispute with Ivory Coast

Maritime court backs Ghana in offshore dispute with Ivory Coast

The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea found that "Ghana did not violate the sovereign rights" of Ivory Coast by drilling for oil in the region. ...
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[PHOTO] Judicial Officer Suspended For Wearing ‘Short Dress’ To Work

[PHOTO] Judicial Officer Suspended For Wearing ‘Short Dress’ To Work

A judicial officer, Rosemary Namuwanga was on Thursday, September 21, in Uganda, suspended for wearing a short dress to the office. Namuwanga works as a court clerk/ interpreter at Kasangati Magistrate’s Court in Wakiso District. According to Ugandanmonitor,...
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3.5-magnitude quake rattles North Korea near nuclear test site

3.5-magnitude quake rattles North Korea near nuclear test site

The earthquake came after days of increasingly bellicose rhetoric between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's regime over Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions raised international alarm. ...
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‘Bring home the bacon,’ Merkel tells voters on eve of poll

‘Bring home the bacon,’ Merkel tells voters on eve of poll

Merkel, the clear frontrunner after 12 years in power with a double-digit lead, also told her conservative base not to get complacent and to cast their ballots, rousing them with a folksy call to "bring home the bacon". ...
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Turkey warns of ‘security’ steps in response to Iraqi Kurd vote

Turkey warns of ‘security’ steps in response to Iraqi Kurd vote

Binali Yildirim warned on Saturday that Ankara's actions in response to a controversial independence referendum in Iraq's Kurdistan region would have "economic and security dimensions". ...
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