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World News Far-right Brazil candidate snubs 'peace and love' after winning first round
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Mr Bolsonaro, dubbed "Tropical Trump", won almost half the votes thanks to a surge in support sparked by growing anger at corruption in the South American country. Mr Bolsonaro has portrayed a nation in collapse and has advocated loosening gun ownership laws so individuals can fight off criminals, giving police a freer hand to use force and restoring "traditional" Brazilian values.

World News A Former 1st Daughter Quietly Ties the Knot
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Bush . The 36-year-old married 37-year-old screenwriter Craig Coyne . "My heart exploded last night as I watched my dearest sissy get married in Maine". Hager's daughters, Margaret, 5, and Poppy , 3, and Coyne's niece, Emma, 5, served as flower girls, with Poppy having double duty as ring bearer, too.

World News Trump notably embarrass with toilet paper
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When Trump left his auto to walk the stairs of Air Force One, a long piece of white paper was attached to his left shoe. Time and again he has been a target for trolling on the social media and be it his pictures, statements or videos he will be targetted.

World News Bulgarian broadcast journalist raped and murdered
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Police said she had been strangled and her body was found in a park near the river. Most of her personal belongings were missing when she was found in the grass in a less busy part of the Ruse promenade, the authorities, quoted by 24 hours newspaper, said.

World News Major UN report says climate change is worse than first thought
Author: 0 Major UN report says climate change is worse than first thought

Limiting global warming's temperature rise to 1.5ºC would require "rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society", the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC ) said in a damning new report . To give the world a two-in-three chance of keeping temperature increases to 1.5 degrees, the remaining budget was about 420 billion tonnes - a figure that would be burned through in a decade at current rates.

Author: 0 Hurricane Michael's path: Track the storm here

The track takes the developing storm as a hurricane toward a landfall near the Florida Panhandle Wednesday. "This storm will be life-threatening and extremely unsafe", Scott said after receiving a briefing at the State Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee.

Author: 0 McConnell leaves option open for SCOTUS nominee in 2020

He asserted that "we simply followed the tradition of America". The Judiciary Committee later asked the FBI to investigate the allegations , a move Collins supported, and Senate Republicans said the Federal Bureau of Investigation report released late Wednesday found no witnesses who could "attest to any of the allegations" against Kavanaugh .

Author: 0 Climate change economists win Nobel prize

Nordhaus and Paul M. Romer , both from the USA, for "integrating climate change and technological innovations into long-run macroeconomic analysis". The laureates of the Nobel Prize in Economics, William Nordhaus, left, and Paul Romer, are seen at a press conference at The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm , on October 8, 2018.

World News Scottish leader supports calls for new Brexit referendum
Author: 0 Scottish leader supports calls for new Brexit referendum

The SNP's Westminster leader, Ian Blackford, said on Saturday that his party could support a second referendum on Brexit if there was a guarantee that Scotland could also hold another vote on independence. Ms Sturgeon also indicated that the Brexit process over the past two years has sealed the case for Scottish independence . Ms Sturgeon referred to the "democratic deficit" of the Brexit vote itself which saw nearly two-thirds fo Scots vote to Remain in the Uk but the weight of votes ...

World News Mike Pompeo’s visit to China kicks off with frosty exchange
Author: 0 Mike Pompeo’s visit to China kicks off with frosty exchange

Pompeo said he and Kim had gotten "pretty close" to fixing the logistics for the summit but stressed that "sometimes that last inch is hard to close". A USA official told reporters traveling with Pompeo that the visit to North Korea was "better than" Pompeo's fraught previous trip to the North Korean capital in July, while adding there was a "long haul" ahead.

World News Collins Downplays Talk Kavanaugh Vote Will Lead to Her Defeat
Author: 0 Collins Downplays Talk Kavanaugh Vote Will Lead to Her Defeat

At one point in the hearing, Kavanaugh blamed a Clinton-revenge conspiracy for the accusations against him. Vice President Mike Pence presided, his potential tie-breaking vote unnecessary. Kavanaugh was confirmed 50-48 largely along party lines. 'I think he's highly qualified for the supreme court, ' she said while visiting the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Sphinx.

World News Palestinian gunman kills 2 Israelis in West Bank
Author: 0 Palestinian gunman kills 2 Israelis in West Bank

A military spokesman, in a conference call with foreign journalists several hours after the incident, said the man and one of the women had died of their wounds. Speaking at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting, Benjamin Netanyahu called the shooting "a very severe terror attack". The industrial zone is located next to the Israeli settlement Barkan and near the settlement of Ariel in the north of the West Bank.

World News Brazil elections: Bolsonaro to face off with Fernando Haddad in second round
Author: 0 Brazil elections: Bolsonaro to face off with Fernando Haddad in second round

Bolsonaro, 63, was accompanied by a nurse as he cast his vote on Sunday, a month after a near-fatal stabbing at a campaign rally that required two emergency surgeries. The former Army captain, dubbed "Tropical Trump" because of his nationalist agenda and anti-establishment tirades, won almost half the votes thanks to a surge in support sparked by growing anger at corruption in Latin America's largest nation.

World News Kavanaugh confirmed, quickly sworn in; major Trump victory
Author: 0 Kavanaugh confirmed, quickly sworn in; major Trump victory

But Republicans also faced sharp questions about the fallout in a fast-changing country that has seen the #MeToo movement gain prominence and Democratic voters electrified in opposition to President Donald Trump and to Kavanaugh . But the bitter fight over Kavanaugh's confirmation appears to have deepened the fissures separating Congress as lawmakers and their supporters prepare to head out on the campaign trail.

World News Melania Trump arrives in Egypt on final stop of Africa tour
Author: 0 Melania Trump arrives in Egypt on final stop of Africa tour

She added: "I tell him my opinions and maybe in some of them we don't agree". She laughingly said she has told him to put the phone down. On Saturday, the First Lady revealed in an interview with CNN that she and her husband, reality star turned president, Donald Trump , are not always in agreement when it comes to his tweets.

Author: 0 Senate Votes On Kavanaugh Nomination

Susan Collins several times ahead of her announcement Friday that she would support Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court - and he's been out of office for almost a decade. "I never thought Judge Kavanaugh would withdraw", McConnell said during the interview with The Post. "I certainly believe Dr. Ford". Women's March, which grew out of the massive January 2017 demonstrations protesting Trump's presidency, said the group will use its digital infrastructure to support ...

World News Sen. Collins talks confirmation vote on television
Author: 0 Sen. Collins talks confirmation vote on television

Kavanaugh will be sworn in as an associate justice of the Supreme Court on Saturday by Chief Justice John Roberts and the man he will replace, the Court's crucial swing vote, Anthony Kennedy. Trump was asked what message he would send to young American men today, in light of the number of women coming forward and making sexual assault allegations.

World News Monkey Takes The Wheel Of Indian Bus…Driver Suspended
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People on social media were quite angry with the video and not only slammed the driver for putting the lives of the passengers at risk but also exploiting the poor animal. "He should have been warned not to repeat this", Parag Heda tweeted. The gray langur is seen sitting comfortably on the steering wheel while Prakash is giving control of the steering wheel to it even while changing gears.

World News Kavanaugh gets the votes to survive Supreme Court fight
Author: 0 Kavanaugh gets the votes to survive Supreme Court fight

Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said that he will also vote yes on Kavanaugh. It would be the closest roll call to confirm a justice since 1881, when Stanley Matthews was approved by 24-23, according to Senate records. "We have to assure the American people either that it was a fair process and that the new justice did not commit perjury, did not do these bad things, or reveal that we just don't know because the investigation was a whitewash", Nadler said.

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Author: 0 "Shame on you!": Protesters, Democrats react to Kavanaugh confirmation

Trump has repeatedly sided with men accused of sexual misconduct and has warned of the dangers false accusations pose to men - even though research has shown false accusations to be extremely rare. Democratic Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland noted that several key issues framing the Nov 6 vote could all come before a Supreme Court pitched to the right by Kavanaugh's presence.

Author: 0 US First Lady Melania Trump wraps up solo African tour in Egypt

She also said she is glad accuser Christine Blasey Ford was heard. Standing in front of the Sphinx, Mrs. Trump said she makes her opinions clear with her husband. People then mocked her a day later for wearing a look reminiscent of Michael Jackson's iconic butterscotch colored suit that he wore in the 1988 music video for "Smooth Criminal".

World News Japan likely to skip naval event after S.Korea protests over flag
Author: 0 Japan likely to skip naval event after S.Korea protests over flag

It's the same flag that the Imperial Japanese Navy used during World War Two, and that connection has sparked protests in some Asian countries - including China and South Korea. Japan's relations with both South and North Korea have always been strained by lingering resentment over its colonization of the peninsula, territorial rows and the issue of girls and women forced to work in Japan's wartime brothels, Reuters said.

World News Elections: PDP Announces Atiku Abubakar As Presidential Candidate
Author: 0 Elections: PDP Announces Atiku Abubakar As Presidential Candidate

The party's comment followed the declaration of Atiku Abubakar as the victor of the PDP presidential primary which held in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital. The 72-year-old Fulani-born business tycoon and politician, said PDP had been able to articulate the problems facing Nigeria and it was time to come back to power in order to address the problems.

Author: 0 US Senate confirms Judge Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

Judge Kavanaugh by contrast delivered an emotional, angry testimony decrying political vendetta, attacking Democrats, and leaving many doubting - regardless of the accusations - if he had the temperament to be a Supreme Court Justice. Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed as the next US Supreme Court justice, despite sexual assault allegations. The outcome, telegraphed Friday when the final undeclared senators revealed their views, was devoid of the shocks that had come nearly daily since ...