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Iran asks West to leave Persian Gulf as tensions heightened
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The U.S. plans to send additional troops to the region over the tensions. Iran has boosted its naval cooperation with China, India, Oman, Pakistan, and Russia in recent years. TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Iran's president called Sunday on Western powers to leave the security of the Persian Gulf to regional nations led by Tehran, criticizing a new U.S.-led coalition patrolling the region's waterways as nationwide parades showcased the Islamic Republic's military arsenal.

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Howdy Modi, PM Modi Impresses Netizens With His Gesture - Sakshi
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I agree Sakshi to send me any promotional emails. హ్యూస్టన్‌లో పర్యటిస్తున్న ప్రధాని నరేంద్రమోదీ కశ్మీరీ పండిట్లతో భేటీ అయిన సందర్భంగా ఓ ఆత్మీయ ఘటన చోటుచేసుకుంది. 7 లక్షలమంది కశ్మీరీ పండిట్ల తరపున మీకు ధన్యవాదాలని ఆయన మోదీకి చెప్పారు.

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Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Ukraine: The whistleblower standoff explained
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Democrats have demanded access to the whistleblower complaint. They are: Trump, his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, former Vice President Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, former Ukrainian prosecutor general Viktor Shokin and current Ukrainian secretary general Yuriy Lutsenko. At the heart of the matter is an August whistleblower complaint by a U.S. intelligence community official and ongoing efforts by Democrats to learn more about Trump's contacts with Ukraine.

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Hong Kong protesters trample Chinese flag, set fires | Hosted
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HONG KONG (AP) - Protesters in Hong Kong trampled a Chinese flag, vandalized a subway station and set a fire across a wide street on Sunday, as pro-democracy demonstrations took a violent turn once again. Hong Kong's government has canceled a fireworks display that day, citing concern for public safety. A hardcore group of protesters says the extreme actions are needed to get the government's attention.

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Noie: One play and a few play-makers short for No. 7 Notre Dame | College | southbendtribune.com
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Seventh-ranked Notre Dame offered everything it could against No. 3 Georgia on a warm late-summer's Saturday night in the Deep South. But in the end, the lack of a go-to guy - or make that, another go-to guy or two - left Notre Dame on the wrong end of a 23-17 score in front of 93,246 at Sanford Stadium. ATHENS, Ga. - Breathing hard and none too happy when it ended, Notre Dame senior wide receiver Chase Claypool walked slowly toward midfield, helmet in his left hand, looking for no one in particular.

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Back Jeremy Corbyn on Brexit or 'step aside', Labour frontbenchers warned | Politics News | Sky News
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Members of Jeremy Corbyn's top team should support him on Brexit or "step aside", a prominent ally of the Labour leader has told Sky News. He told Sophy Ridge on Sunday: "When we have a policy on Brexit and Jeremy Corbyn makes it clear that is the policy, then that's what leading members of the shadow cabinet should argue for. "If they find that they can't argue for it because they feel strongly, well, of course they have that right, but they should step aside, step aside from the shadow cabinet which will become the cabinet and they can argue whatever they want.

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Israeli President Begins Talks to Form New Government | Voice of America - English
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"The president, in this case, will be very, very involved in the particulars. Israeli law does not require a sitting premier to resign if indicted. JERUSALEM - Israeli President Reuven Rivlin began two days of crucial talks Sunday with party leaders before selecting his candidate for prime minister, after a deadlocked repeat election was set to make forming any new government a daunting task.

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Be decision-makers, ex-New Zealand PM Clark urges youth
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"You have to be in there as decision-makers," she said. MANILA, Philippines - Former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark urged the youth to become highly involved in the decision-making process, aside from sharing their views and pushing for their ideas. Clark cited the climate change movement and how the youth is at the forefront of the fight for climate justice, with 16-year-old Greta Thunberg leading climate strikes.

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UN agency: Tanzania not sharing details on Ebola-like cases
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The cases would be the first-ever Ebola infections confirmed in the East African country. A day later, it received unofficial reports that an Ebola test had come back positive. JOHANNESBURG (AP) - The World Health Organization has issued an unusual statement raising questions about whether Tanzania is covering up possible cases of the deadly Ebola virus, a significant cause for concern during a regional outbreak that has been declared a rare global health emergency.

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Bus crash kills 25 in northwest Pakistan, after brakes fail
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ISLAMABAD (AP) - A bus crash on a mountainous road in northwest Pakistan Sunday killed 25 passengers and injured 20 others, police said. Last month a speeding bus fell off a mountainous road into a river in the northwest, killing 24 passengers. Such road accidents are common in Pakistan where motorists largely disregard traffic rules and safety standards on battered roads.

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Dominic Raab hints parliament could be suspended for a second time - CityAM : CityAM
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Foreign secretary Dominic Raab has refused to rule out proroguing parliament for a second time. When asked by the BBC whether the government would recall parliament if the Supreme Court found against it, Raab said: “Of course we will respect whatever the legal ruling is from the Supreme Court… But I think we are getting a little ahead of ourselves.”. Asked again if Johnson would suspend parliament again, Raab replied: “Let's wait and see what the first judgement decides and then we will understand the lie of the land.”.

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'ADB emphasising on quality, value for money for their projects'
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“The new framework encourages better suppliers, contractors, and consultants to work on ADB-financed projects, which will help to deliver project faster, with better quality, and within cost which will help deliver better project outcome,” said Manmohan Parkash, country director of ADB while addressing at inaugural session of “faster project implementation week 2019” organised by ADB at Pan Pacific Sonargaon, Dhaka today. ADB support mainly six sector in Bangladesh-energy, transport, water, and other urban infrastructure and services. When projects are completed on time, within cost and with proper quality, they deliver best outcomes and that is the theme of theme of this project implementation week “delivering, faster, better, stronger development outcome.”.

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Ireland 27 Scotland 3: Scotland smashed by Ireland in Rugby World Cup opener - The Scotsman
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Scotland were caught in a storm as Ireland ploughed on relentlessly. For Scotland the 2019 World Cup has begun in a maelstrom of pressure. Make no mistake, Ireland were an awesomely impressive sight.

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4 Chinese tourists killed in Utah bus accident identified
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PANGUITCH, Utah (AP) - Authorities on Saturday identified the four Chinese tourists killed in a bus crash in southern Utah, and the tour group is dispatching employees from China to help those injured. They were part of a tour group made up of 29 tourists and one leader. The remains of a bus that crashed while carrying Chinese-speaking tourists lie along State Route 12 near Bryce Canyon National Park, Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, in Utah, as authorities continue to investigate.

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World leaders meet over Amazon rainforest fire
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The fires that burned through the Amazon rainforest last month sparked international outcry and offers of help, but as world leaders meet in New York, the planet's largest rainforest remains engulfed in flames. Nearly half of the blazes are in the Amazon. The latest satellite data from Brazil's National Institute for Space Research shows 131,600 fires burning since January within the country, where 60 per cent of the Amazon lies.

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UCLA overcomes 32-point deficit in second half to upset Washington State
The Detroit News 3 hours ago
Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Demetric Felton with 1:07 left in the game as UCLA overcame a 32-point second-half deficit to claim a wild 67-63 victory over the Cougars. He caught four touchdown passes for Washington State. Gordon threw for 570 yards and broke the school record with nine TD passes for Washington State (3-1, 0-1).

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'Game of Thrones,' 'Veep' eye big farewell wins at the Emmy Awards
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(Although last year, Hulu's dystopian saga "The Handmaid's Tale" upset "Thrones" in the top contest.). But on Sunday night, two familiar favorites that recently departed the airwaves - HBO's sprawling fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" and the acid-tongued political satire "Veep" - could hog all the glory at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards. "Game of Thrones" and "Veep," two marquee series that wrapped up in May, are likely to loom large over the night and could notch wins in the top drama and comedy categories.

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Travel firm Thomas Cook teeters on edge as talks continue | Hosted
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The company's troubles appear to be already afflicting those travelling under the Thomas Cook banner. LONDON (AP) - More than 600,000 travelers with Thomas Cook were on edge Sunday wondering if they will be able to get home as one of the world's oldest and largest travel companies teetered on the edge of collapse. Sky News reported that discussions were taking place Sunday at the London-based headquarters of law firm Slaughter & May.

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Flights canceled as Typhoon Tapah approaches Japan
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TOKYO, Japan - Typhoon Tapah approached southwestern Japan on Sunday, September 22, with heavy rain and strong winds grounding hundreds of regional flights. The storm prompted cancellations of more than 400 domestic flights, according to national broadcaster NHK. Tapah, with gusts up to 162 kilometers (100 miles) per hour, was expected to draw near Nagasaki prefecture overnight, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.

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