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by | October 27, 2018 | 06:48

Sayoc was being held at an Federal Bureau of Investigation processing centre in Miramar, Florida, CNN said. The person was taken into custody in the Miami area, a United States law enforcement official said. A van linked to Sayoc, which is being combed over by investigators, appeared to have several images of President Trump on it. Cuomo insisted that the investigation was making "significant progress" despite the dearth of leads announced publicly and no known arrests .

by | October 27, 2018 | 04:15

The U.S. Postal Service searched their facilities 48 hours ago and the most recent packages didn't turn up. Sayoc was arrested in 2002 in Miami for making a bomb threat. . Trump long questioned Obama's US citizenship and referred to Clinton, whom he defeated in the 2016 presidential race, as "crooked Hillary". He said the pipe bombs were "not hoax devices" and could cause explosions.

by | October 27, 2018 | 00:36

Capitol building in Washington D.C. The 803-year-old document is widely considered one of the most important documents in history. Police called for eyewitnesses to contact them by dialling 101 and quoting crime reference number 541800101438.

by | October 26, 2018 | 23:45

No one was injured in the house fire that happened at a house in the Woodward Lake housing development. Unfortunately, the heat from the flame passed through cracks in the bricks to flammable material, causing damage in the attic and second story of the house, according to Castillo.

by | October 26, 2018 | 18:35

Kemp made the comments at an event called "Georgia Professionals for Kemp". "During Stacey Abrams' college years, Georgia was at a crossroads, struggling with how to overcome racially divisive issues, including symbols of the Confederacy, the sharpest of which was the inclusion of the Confederate emblem in the Georgia state flag", read a statement from Abrams' campaign , first obtained by The New York Times .

by | October 26, 2018 | 17:35

Saudi authorities did not respond to a request for comment about the remarks by Trump or the Erdogan adviser but Prince Mohammed painted a different picture of relations with Turkey . Saudi leaders have denied involvement in Khashoggi's murder, pushing responsibility down the chain of command. " Jamal's family needs a place to be together where they feel safe to mourn their beloved one", said Randa Slim, director of conflict resolution at the Washington-based Middle East Institute, who ...

by | October 26, 2018 | 17:04

Still, the size of the caravan - estimated by the United Nations at more than 7,000 strong - seemed basically undiminished as the throng set out in darkness cut by occasional flashlights or the spotlights of municipal police who were escorting them.

by | October 26, 2018 | 13:43

During Abe's visit, the leaders will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the signing of a treaty between the two countries that was meant to set the tone for their relations following the Second World War. But both sides will be hoping more visits will follow.The Nikkei reported that Mr Abe is keen to invite Mr Xi to Japan for an official visit next year, before or after the Group of 20 summit in Osaka.

by | October 26, 2018 | 11:40

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) put the preliminary magnitude at 6.8 with a depth of just 16 kilometers (10 miles). The tremor was felt in Athens, the Greek capital, and as far away as Albania, Italy, Libya and Malta. It was felt particularly on Zakynthos, also known as Zante, which was rattled by a series of strong aftershocks, the highest at 5.6, and where power was briefly disrupted.

by | October 26, 2018 | 09:17

Search-and-rescue personnel from the United Hatzalah emergency response organization prepare to travel to Jordan after a flash flood swept away a bus full of Jordanian students and chaperones near the Dead Sea on October 25, 2018. "Thank God we managed to save 13 people without any injuries", Mr al Sahraa said. The bus had been carrying 37 pupils and seven members of staff to the Zara Maeen hot springs area when it was washed away, officials said.

by | October 26, 2018 | 05:44

CNN first reported the development, saying Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was expected to send 800 or more troops. Trump earlier today tweeted that he was "bringing out the military" to stop those trying to enter the country and blamed Democrats for existing laws.

by | October 26, 2018 | 05:13

But when Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum went after his Republican opponent Ron DeSantis' associations with racists at a debate on Wednesday, a clip of the moment racked up more than 4 million views. A new Quinnipiac poll released on Tuesday showed Gillum over DeSantis 52-46 percent with two percent undecided. New documents show Gillum knew the ticket was from someone he thought was a businessman but who was in fact an undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation.

by | October 25, 2018 | 23:53

While they may not have access physically to his phone, Chinese spies could intercept unsecured calls over mobile phone networks or tap the phones of people the President calls. Trump is less likely to make decisions friendlier to China if the issue was left up to other negotiators, Chinese government officials are said to believe.

by | October 25, 2018 | 23:20

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters on Thursday morning that President Donald Trump is "certainly not responsible for sending suspicious packages to someone, no more than Bernie Sanders was responsible for a supporter of his shooting up a Republican baseball field practice previous year".

by | October 25, 2018 | 23:13

The agreement, Trump has argued, is defunct. Speaking in Moscow , Bolton said that Russian Federation had been violating the treaty for years and that rising powers such as China meant that it was a "new strategic reality out there".

by | October 25, 2018 | 22:16

Teshome was unanimously appointed as Ethiopia's president on October 7, 2013 while he was serving as Ethiopia's ambassador to Turkey. During her diplomatic career, Zewde was also head of the United Nations office to Kenya and has acted as Ethiopia's ambassador to several countries including France, Djibouti and Senegal.

by | October 25, 2018 | 21:43

Foreign Minister Taro Kono says Japanese diplomats met with 44-year-old Jumpei Yasuda at an immigration center in Antakya, in southern Turkey . "His health condition initially seems OK". However, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, led by Al-Qaeda's former branch in Syria, denied any involvement in a statement Tuesday. Yasuda started reporting on the Middle East in early 2000s.

by | October 25, 2018 | 21:07

It is also in conflict with those by Turkish officials who claim they have video and audio proof that Khashoggi, a prominent critic of the Saudi government, was murdered by a 15-strong team who arrived and departed on the same day. Saudi Arabia said Mohammed spoke Monday by telephone with Khashoggi's son to express condolences for the killing. He added that pressure should be applied to force the Saudi leader to put an end to the Yemen war, which has been heavily criticised for human rights ...

by | October 25, 2018 | 18:15

It comes despite the claims of Turkish officials who have said they have evidence of his killing, including an audio recording of Khashoggi's death. "Since the Trump Administration won't stand up against atrocity, Congress must". The only way to find out what happened would be through an global investigation led by a United Nations -appointed panel, the editorial board of The Washington Post said.

by | October 25, 2018 | 16:07

Trump calls it fake news. In listening in on Trump's cell phone calls, Chinese spies are reportedly trying to gain insight into the president's mind, figuring out what kind of arguments will win him over and who are the people that carry the most influence with him.