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Xi wants China and Japan to 'support each other'

Xi told new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga that Sino-Japan can support each other when the relationship "gets back on track".

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Found someone tossed the votes for Trump in the trash

Nancy Reis 26 Sep 2020

Pennsylvania state officials found that a seasonal election official had thrown nine mail ballots in the trash, seven of which went to Trump.

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America says Kim Jong-un's Korean apology 'helpful'

Tina Hutchins 26 Sep 2020

The US official said the North Korean leader took a "useful step" when sending a letter apologizing for the shooting of the South Korean fishing official.

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The "virtual kidnapping" is aimed at Chinese international students

Patricia Best 26 Sep 2020

Australia An 18-year-old girl was convinced by the fraudster that they were the Chinese police and she had to hide.

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WHO warns 2 million people could die from Covid-19

Amy Owens Burbol 26 Sep 2020

The WHO warns that the number of deaths from Covid-19 could double to two million if anti-epidemic measures are not maintained, as cases in Europe rise sharply.

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Trump chooses a new Supreme Court judge

Karl Wilbanks 25 Sep 2020

US media said Trump intends to bring conservative judge Amy Coney Barrett, 48, to replace Ginsburg's position.

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The minesweeper was awarded the medal of courage

Sean Disney 25 Sep 2020

Magawa, an African kangaroo, is awarded a medal for courage by a British charity for discovering dozens of mines in Cambodia.

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Japan is open to long-term visas

Jerre Neeley 25 Sep 2020

Japanese Prime Minister Suga said it would gradually allow foreigners with long-term visas to enter from October as well as relax restrictions that prevent Covid-19.

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US denounces the Chinese consulate in New York as a 'spy center'

Goldy Sharma 25 Sep 2020

US Secretary of State Pompeo accused the Chinese consulate in New York being used as a hub for Beijing's espionage efforts.

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Discovered 18 million USD in the wall of the infamous drug lord

Karen Henderson 25 Sep 2020

Colombian drug boss Pablo Escobar's nephew found $ 18 million in cash hidden inside the wall of his deceased uncle.

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