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Hong Kong police use water cannon during clashes with demonstrators for the 15th weekend in a row

The streets of downtown Hong Kong became the scene of clashes between demonstrators and police on Sunday, as political turmoil in the global financial center continued for a 15th weekend in a row. Tens of thousands of democracy supporters marched through downtown streets, despite a ban on police, before violence broke out later in the day when police fired chemically …

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China bans flying pigeons and drones while Beijing prepares for its 70th anniversary military parade

China has banned flying pigeons and drones over Central Beijing as the nation prepares for the 70th anniversary of the ruling Communist Party on October 1, which includes a massive military parade. Training pigeons and racing pigeons are a popular hobby in China. Many districts of Beijing harbor pigeon barns on their roofs. 15 Military aircraft over the parade route …

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According to Iran, US bases and aircraft carriers are within range of their missiles: Tasnim

DUBAI (Reuters) – An Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said on Sunday that US bases and aircraft carriers in the region were within range of Iranian missiles after the US accused Iran of attacking Saudi oil factories, causing tension in the Middle East East led. Yemen's Iranian-based Houthi group attacked two Saudi Aramco oil factories on Saturday in the heart of …

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Saudi Arabia's oil field attacks a new player in the Gulf confrontation

Several shells hit the Abiqaiq plant, triggering a series of fires that quickly caused half of Saudi Arabia's oil production – 5% of world's daily output – and triggered fears over the security of global oil supplies. It is unclear when Abiqaiq, run by the Saudi giant Aramco, will be fully operational again. Houthi rebels in Yemen claimed the attack …

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Defiant Iran condemns Pompeo's accusations over Saudi Arabia as "blind and vain comments"

An Iranian official responded Sunday after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pointed to the government in Tehran following drone strikes on Saudi Arabian oil facilities on Saturday. According to the Associated Press, Pompeo's downfall tends to be "maximum lies". On Saturday, Pompeo announced that the Iranian government in Tehran had arranged "almost 100 attacks" on a Saudi refinery and …

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Tropical Storm Humberto will be strengthening on a hurricane Sunday

Humberto is moving away from the Bahamas and, according to the National Hurricane Center, is currently located about 135 miles north of Great Abaco Island and 175 miles east of Cape Canaveral, Florida, according to the NHC. However, according to CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam, it will slowly intensify and is expected to become a hurricane on Sunday. It is …

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No deal Brexit would be a "disaster" for travelers, experts warn

(CNN) – Food shortages. Inadequate medical care. Riots and street blockades. Lack of fuel. Delays at the border. It is a scenario in which travelers from all over the world could fly in if the current plans to crash out of the European Union are respected. That's enough to deter Stephen Pickett, a sales director from Toronto. "Why should I …

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Live: Thousands of protesters oppose the ban on police marching through Hong Kong

The official protest march called today may have been canceled after the police refused permission. However, this has not stopped thousands of people from taking to the streets in Hong Kong's Causeway Bay district. Police warned participants that this was an "unauthorized assembly" and urged them to "stop their illegal activities immediately". The march was so peaceful, but the authorities …

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