• Mugabe family backs down over burial as country's doctor union calls out abduction
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    Mugabe family backs down over burial as country's doctor union calls out abduction

    Widow Grace Mugabe was reportedly told her palatial home was under threat amid a row over the burial of the former president of Zimbabwe.

  • What to expect as PM sets off to see Juncker and Barnier?
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    What to expect as PM sets off to see Juncker and Barnier?

    Boris Johnson joked that the UK would break out of the EU by Halloween as he sets off to see European officials.

  • Yoga fans push for peace at the U.S.-Mexico border
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    Yoga fans push for peace at the U.S.-Mexico border

    The yoga practitioners held their session along the Rio Bravo, across the border from El Paso, Texas. "We want to change the image the world has towards Mexico by showing them Yoga is also practised here," said instructor Carmen Reyes. The yoga session began with

  • Wombat Stuck in Wheelie Bin Tries to Pull Himself Free
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    Wombat Stuck in Wheelie Bin Tries to Pull Himself Free

    A burly wombat got an upper-body workout when he tried to lift himself out of a wheelie bin at a wildlife sanctuary in New South Wales. Mr Magoo, a resident wombat at the Cedar Creek wombat hospital and rescue sanctuary in Cessnock, got stuck in a large bin and was filmed struggling to heave himself

  • Schools Closed as Firefighters Battle Blazes Across New South Wales
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    Schools Closed as Firefighters Battle Blazes Across New South Wales

    A number of schools in New South Wales were closed on Monday, September 16, as emergency services battled 48 bush and grass fires across the state. A fire that had burned through more than 53,000 hectares of bushland near the small, rural community of Drake caused the closure of local schools on Monday

  • Fire burns on sideline before start of NFL game
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    Fire burns on sideline before start of NFL game

    SHOWS: NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES (SEPTEMBER 15, 2019)(HOLLY TURNER - NO ARCHIVE, NO RESALE, MUST CREDIT 'HOLLY TURNER') 1. TENNESSEE TITANS TEAM PYROTECHNIC EQUIPMENT BURNING ON SIDELINE OF NISSAN STADIUM FIELD BEFORE START OF NFL GAME AGAINST INDIANAPOLIS

  • Thin crowds, mixed feelings at Mugabe service
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    Thin crowds, mixed feelings at Mugabe service

    Public interest in former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's commemoration service was decidedly modest, reports John Sparks.

  • Get the documents first: Klobuchar on Kavanaugh
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    Get the documents first: Klobuchar on Kavanaugh

    BROADCAST AND DIGITAL RESTRICTIONS~**BROADCASTER: NO USE. DIGITAL: NO USE AUSTRALIA BROADCASTER WEBSITES. NO USE ABC AMERICA, FOX, CNN, UNIVISION, TELEMUNDO, BBC AMERICA, NBC, OR THEIR DIGITAL/MOBILE PLATFORMS. U.S. President Donald Trump rejected Democrats' calls for impeaching Supreme

  • Trump rebuffs Kavanaugh impeachment calls after new sexual misconduct report
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    Trump rebuffs Kavanaugh impeachment calls after new sexual misconduct report

    U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday tweeted in defense of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, writing: "Brett Kavanaugh should start suing people for libel, or the Justice Department should come to his rescue," and used the hashtag "Protect Kavanaugh."

  • Police arrest man in connection with Duluth synagogue fire
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    Police arrest man in connection with Duluth synagogue fire

    Duluth Police Chief Mike Tusken says Matthew Amiot is being held on a first degree arson charge for the fire at the Adas Israel Synagogue. The arrest was made Friday, and Amiot had been under suspicion since Monday afternoon. Tusken did not confirm a motive. Amiot does have a criminal record

  • "The original sin of slavery" Biden on race
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    "The original sin of slavery" Biden on race

    Former Vice President Joe Biden while on the campaign trail attended service on Sunday (September 15) at the Birmingham, Alabama church where an infamous 1963 bombing killed four young black girls. Biden, who served under the first black U.S. president and enjoys strong support from likely

  • Nazi satire 'Jojo Rabbit' wins TIFF's Oscar-bellwether award
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    Nazi satire 'Jojo Rabbit' wins TIFF's Oscar-bellwether award

    The film Jojo Rabbit is a satirical tale about a young boy in Nazi Germany who wants to fit in with the Hitler Youth but eventually grows disillusioned by genocidal fascism. Starring Scarlett Johannson, Sam Rockwell and Rebel Wilson, the film on Sunday (September 15) won the Toronto Film

  • Inside Idlib: No one is listening to Syria's cries
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    Inside Idlib: No one is listening to Syria's cries

    Sky News gained rare access to the last remaining rebel territory in Syria and found children traumatised by grief.

  • GM workers to go on nationwide strike for first time in 12 years
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    GM workers to go on nationwide strike for first time in 12 years

    The United Auto Workers said their members at General Motors facilities would launch a nation-wide strike midnight after contract talks reached an impasse. Union vice president Terry Dittes announced the pending work stoppage on Sunday (September 15). (SOUNDBITE) (English) UAW

  • New York to Ban flavored e-cigarettes after illnesses
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    New York to Ban flavored e-cigarettes after illnesses

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday announced a ban on all flavored e-cigarettes besides tobacco and menthol in response to a recent nationwide spate of sometimes deadly lung illnesses that U.S. health officials have linked to vaping. Cuomo said vaping was dangerous and that he was

  • White House defends blaming Iran for Houthi oil attack
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    White House defends blaming Iran for Houthi oil attack

    Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway told the Fox News Channel, the current tensions with Iran over the attacks on Saudi Arabia are exactly why Donald Trump is president, in part because Secretary of State Mike Pompeo "went right out there and pointed the finger at the agressor, the Iranian

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    Honduran newlyweds cling to asylum dream, as chances dim

    A crowded migrant camp in a dangerous region of Mexico may not make for a dream honeymoon, but Dexy Maldonado and Marvin Madrid, who fled Honduras, chose to forgo their dream of a wedding on U.S. soil. Madrid says the couple had waited long enough. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) HONDURAN

  • Volunteer cuddlers help premature babies grow
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    Volunteer cuddlers help premature babies grow

    Donna Garcia is a grandmother and a volunteer cuddler at the neo-natal intensive care unit at Valley Children's Hospital in Fresno, California. Garcia says she thinks the cuddling and holding helps calm the tiny babies down. Emmie was born pre-mature, weighing just two and

  • Artist annoyed over theft of £1m gold toilet as part of art exhibit
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    Artist annoyed over theft of £1m gold toilet as part of art exhibit

    No injuries have been reported and Blenheim Palace has said it is co-operating with a police investigation but the artist released an statement of annoyance.

  • Jo Swinson: Vote for Lib Dem is vote to revoke Article 50
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    Jo Swinson: Vote for Lib Dem is vote to revoke Article 50

    Jo Swinson says that her party will make "very clear" in an election campaign that "a vote for the Liberal Democrats is a vote to revoke Article 50 if we form a majority government." The Lib Dem leader accused Boris Johnson of not acting in the national interest, saying the prime

  • World's largest oil processing plant hit by drone strike
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    World's largest oil processing plant hit by drone strike

    The world's largest oil processing plant has been hit in a drone strike. Houthi rebels say they carried out the attack at Buqyaq in Saudi Arabia.

  • U.S. Democrat Omar hopes Israelis oust PM Netanyahu in elections
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    U.S. Democrat Omar hopes Israelis oust PM Netanyahu in elections

    U.S. Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar on Sunday (September 15) told CBS News Face the Nation she believed that if re-elected, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plans to annex portions of the occupied West Bank would spell the end of prospects for a two-state solution between Israel

  • Schiff: Houthi strike on Saudi facilities required 'Iranian assistance'
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    Schiff: Houthi strike on Saudi facilities required 'Iranian assistance'

    The chairman of the U.S. House Permanent Select Intelligence Committee on Sunday (September 15) said Houthi fighters in Yemen were likely not able to have carried out a drone attack on Saudi oil facilities without the support of Tehran. "I think it safe to say the Houthis don't

  • Victoria Beckham reveals spring collection at LFW
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    Victoria Beckham reveals spring collection at LFW

    With her husband David and their children watching from the front row, Beckham said the spring/summer 2020 collection highlighted her love of contrasts, mixing tailored suits with floaty dresses and pale neutrals with bold colours. The former Spice Girl pop star turned designer, who

  • Hong Kong Police Truck Sprays Blue Dye as it Advances Toward Protesters
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    Hong Kong Police Truck Sprays Blue Dye as it Advances Toward Protesters

    Police used tear gas and water cannons shooting blue dye while protesters threw Molotov cocktails in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on Sunday, September 15, during clashes amid ongoing protests in the city. Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Hong Kong, despite a ban on the gathering, Bloomberg reported