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Mr Decaluwé told reporters on Tuesday that the location of the wreck was being kept under wraps to prevent people going near it and to stop the submarine being looted or damaged. Using the submarines to disrupt British trade routes in the English Channel and the North Sea were a key tactics for the German military during World War I .
  • Terror attacks take 50 lives in Southern Iraq, many more wounded

    Terror attacks take 50 lives in Southern Iraq, many more wounded

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    A auto bomb in the same area targeted a security checkpoint shortly afterwards, according to interior ministry spokesman Saad Maan. He added that the death toll could rise due to the critical condition of some of the wounded. Police sources said some police officers had died in the checkpoint attack, but the toll from that incident remained unclear. Iraqi and Kurdish security officials told Reuters the Sunni militants were likely to wage a guerrilla war in Iraq after devastating ...
  • Cardinals' David Johnson dislocated wrist in Week 1

    Cardinals' David Johnson dislocated wrist in Week 1

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    Johnson's injury likely means the Cardinals will be even more reliant on Palmer to win with his arm, which should benefit San Francisco in their matchups against the 38-year-old quarterback. Williams scored the team's only rushing touchdown against the Lions while finishing with 10 yards on five carries. Before 2015, Johnson had never missed a game because of an injury.
  • France discusses increased pressure on North Korea with Trump, Abe

    France discusses increased pressure on North Korea with Trump, Abe

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    The spokesperson delivered these comments shortly before the United Nations was to voted on the United States' proposed resolution of more sanctions on the North Korean government. Images released by the North Korean regime show Kim Jong-un feting nuclear scientists and military officials at a celebration banquet on Saturday, September 9, 2017.
  • Brexit: EU chief Juncker warns United Kingdom 'will regret it'

    Brexit: EU chief Juncker warns United Kingdom 'will regret it'

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    Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission , used an annual State of the Union speech on Wednesday to pour scorn over Erdogan's track record since he survived a coup attempt in mid-2016. Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage described Mr Juncker's address as "the most open, honest and truly worrying" speech he had heard in his time as an MEP.
  • Hurricane Jose maintains Category 1 status, winds

    Hurricane Jose maintains Category 1 status, winds

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    On Tuesday, the hurricane had weakened as it turned eastward. As it stands now, most computer models and the official track take the storm generally to the north and then to the north-northeast, away from the US east coast, over the weekend.
  • Matt Dunlap blasts Kris Kobach's voter fraud assertions at NH meeting

    Matt Dunlap blasts Kris Kobach's voter fraud assertions at NH meeting

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    Commission Chair Kris Kobach is the Kansas Secretary of State and also the man who designed Crosscheck, the voter purge program that has erroneously removed hundreds of thousands from the voter rolls. " Democrats have always been concerned about voter suppression, but they have long lauded the background check system on guns", Lott said . "To purposely come up with ways to deprive am citizens the right to vote is wrong", King said in an interview with AL.com on Tuesday.
  • Ryan International School Murder - Why everything seems suspicious

    Ryan International School Murder - Why everything seems suspicious

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    He then killed him brutally and washed his hands and knife. In the case of the Gurugram murder there were so many breaches of security . "The Section 75 of JJ Act , under which Thomas and Jeyus had been booked, only deals with mental and physical sufferings of a child", Sinha said , adding that this was not sufficient to take action against the officials.
  • CT and NY AGs sue Trump over rescinding DACA

    CT and NY AGs sue Trump over rescinding DACA

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    Donald Trump's former chief strategist said the president's request for Congress to legalize some people brought to the USA unlawfully as children could cost Republicans their majority in the House of Representatives in the 2018 mid-term elections.
  • Kuwait Emir confirms Qatar ready to meet, discuss 13 demands

    Kuwait Emir confirms Qatar ready to meet, discuss 13 demands

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    Trump also said he would be "very upset" if Syria's government uses chemical weapons. Trump told a news conference on Thursday that he would be willing to step in and mediate a dispute among the USA -allied Arab states and Qatar, and said he thought a deal could come quickly.
  • United States top court temporarily upholds Trump's refugee ban

    United States top court temporarily upholds Trump's refugee ban

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    The Hill , BuzzFeed News and Politico have stories on the Justice Department's request. It also said relatives of those already in the country could not be prevented from entering the U.S. Both provisions were blocked by lower courts but were partially revived by the Supreme Court in June. Resettlement agencies argued that their commitment to provide services for specific refugees should count as a "bona fide" relationship.