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Iran is about to accuse the culprit of attacking the oil tanker

JeanChabarria 17 Oct 2019

Iranian officials said it was about to present to the United Nations evidence of the people behind the Sabiti oil tanker attack on 11/10.

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The woman burned the boyfriend alive

MariaLopez 17 Oct 2019

Gina Virgilio, 32, was sentenced to 60 years in prison for a first-degree murder after watering her on her boyfriend's house with gasoline.

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Storm swept radioactive waste into rivers in Japan

BradleyRollinson 17 Oct 2019

Many bags of radioactive waste were swept into the Furumichi River in Tamura City after Typhoon Hagibis hit Japan, causing massive floods.

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The bus caught fire after the collision, 35 people died

BonnieCrossman 17 Oct 2019

A bus carrying Muslim pilgrims crashed into a truck in Medina on October 16, killing 35 foreigners.

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Trump accused Obama of meddling in the presidential election

Trump said Obama may be involved in a breach of investigation that accused Russia of meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.

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Trump's argument at the White House

PhilWill 17 Oct 2019

The Democratic Party left in anger when Trump called House Speaker Pelosi "a third-class politician" amid a White House meeting on October 16.

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Two US citizens were arrested in China

Jacob Harlan and Alyssa Petersen, two Americans who teach English in Jiangsu Province, China, were arrested last month, but local police have not confirmed.

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The emperor's march to the throne can be postponed

RennBelladonna 17 Oct 2019

The Japanese government is considering postponing the throne parade of Emperor Naruhito scheduled for October 22 to overcome the consequences of Typhoon Hagibis.

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Trump's lawyer declines the House of Representatives

VivianSilvera 17 Oct 2019

Lawyer Rudy Giuliani refused to provide documents to the House committee because he thought the Trump impeachment investigation was unconstitutional.

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Japan spent millions of dollars after Typhoon Hagibis

PamPequignot 17 Oct 2019

The Japanese government has earmarked $ 6.5 million from emergency fund to help people overcome the aftermath of Hurricane Hagibis.

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