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The new data show a consistency among the installations handling the most sexual assault cases year-to-year, which include some of the military's largest posts. The numbers reported on Friday reflect allegations by people of sexual assaults by people unrelated to them. The Air Force Academy in Colorado had 44 reports, the highest for the Air Force.
  • EU Ministers Sign Landmark Defense Agreement

    EU Ministers Sign Landmark Defense Agreement

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    The European Union is banning arms sales to Venezuela and setting up a system for asset freezes and travel restrictions on some Venezuelan officials to ramp up pressure on President Nicolas Maduro. Former UKIP leader Diane James MEP has suggested that, "as the EU Common Defence Fund is being launched way before Brexit, the UK will be providing 13 per cent of the cash" - although this is not yet fully confirmed.
  • New Moore accuser alleges US Senate candidate restrained, groped her at 16

    New Moore accuser alleges US Senate candidate restrained, groped her at 16

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    Initial polls after the first allegations surfaced on Thursday showed Moore in a competitive race with Democrat Doug Jones in deep-red Alabama, and the latest allegations could further damage his campaign. Wade which has resulted in the murder of tens of millions of unborn babies", Moore campaign chairman Bill Armistead said in a statement released before Allred's press conference began.
  • Trump on North Korea crisis: I'd never call Kim 'short and fat'

    Trump on North Korea crisis: I'd never call Kim 'short and fat'

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    Trump is now in Vietnam attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, but he took the time to tweet: "Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me 'old, ' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat?'". "Every step you take down this dark path increases the peril you face". "Odd things happen in life", Trump said. The post came in response to the country's foreign ministry calling Trump "an old lunatic" over his speech in South Korea.
  • 3 killed, 20 missing in Andhra boat accident

    3 killed, 20 missing in Andhra boat accident

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    An official said, the boat was making a trip from Punnami Ghat, Bhavanipuram, to Pavitra Sangamam, Ferry village. The boat was navigating the Krishna river. Three bodies were recovered from the river while search was on for others. The boat exceeded its maximum carrying capacity of 24. When contacted, a Simple Water Sports representative claimed that they hadn't overcrowded the boat and there were only 20 passengers on the boat.
  • Moon, Xi agree to 'normalize' ties 'in all areas'

    Moon, Xi agree to 'normalize' ties 'in all areas'

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    Moon congratulated Xi on the successful conclusion of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and his re-election as general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, saying he supports Xi's vision of building a community with a shared future for mankind.
  • Hezbollah leader claims Hariri's resignation to be 'Saudi madness'

    Hezbollah leader claims Hariri's resignation to be 'Saudi madness'

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    The ostensible reason he gave, as he invoked his late father's name, was that he too is threatened with assassination. Hariri allies in Lebanon have denied suggestions he had been detained and a photograph was published on his Twitter account showing him with Saudi Arabia's newly appointed ambassador to Lebanon, Walid al-Yaaqoub.
  • Feinstein: Sessions needs to clarify remarks about Russian interactions

    Feinstein: Sessions needs to clarify remarks about Russian interactions

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    The New York Times first reported that Page notified campaign officials about his meetings in Moscow, but the transcript, which is more than 200 pages long, discloses the names of those advisers - Tera Dahl and J.D. He maintained that his interaction with Dvorkovich consisted of a brief greeting, and that he had learned his views on the campaign while listening to Dvorkovich's public address.
  • Trump says he'll meet Putin to talk North Korea

    Trump says he'll meet Putin to talk North Korea

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    The Congressman raised doubts about the ways in which Trump has dealt with the growing threat from the Kim regime. On Sept. 3, the North also conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test by detonating what it said was a hydrogen bomb that could be mounted on an intercontinental ballistic missile.
  • Florida State fraternity pledge dead after off-campus party

    Florida State fraternity pledge dead after off-campus party

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    The death of a fraternity pledge at Florida State University has sparked a police investigation and the suspension of the fraternal organization's local chapter, officials said. Andrew Coffey, a Florida State University student and Pi Kappa Phi fraternity pledge, died Friday after attending a house party. . Students will be allowed to remain as residents in their fraternity or sorority house.
  • Russiagate: Flynn reportedly pressured to cooperate to save his moron kid's ass

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    Sources also reportedly told NBC News that Flynn's son, Michael G. Flynn , might also be indicted either separately or along with his father. Sources "familiar with the investigation" say Flynn, who was sacked after just 24 days, and his son could be implicated in the probe into Russia's intervention in last year's election, according to NBC News.