Washington Catholic Archdiocese releases names of 31 priests credibly accused of abuse since 1948

  1. Washington Catholic Archdiocese releases names of 31 priests credibly accused of abuse since 1948  Washington Post
  2. Washington Catholic Archdiocese names of 31 priests credibly accused of abuse since 1948  USA TODAY
  3. Archdiocese of Washington names 28 clergymen ‘credibly accused’ of sex abuse  FOX 5 DC
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from World – Google News https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/2018/10/15/washington-catholic-archdiocese-releases-names-priests-credibly-accused-abuse-since/

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British cyclist shot dead by hunter in France

  1. British cyclist shot dead by hunter in France  The Guardian
  2. Hunter, 22, shot dead British mountain biker, 34, in the Alps because he mistook him for a ‘fast-moving’ WILD BOAR  Daily Mail
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from World – Google News https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/14/british-man-shot-dead-by-hunter-in-france

Putin is ‘probably’ involved in assassinations and poisonings, but ‘it’s not in our country,’ Trump says

  1. Putin is ‘probably’ involved in assassinations and poisonings, but ‘it’s not in our country,’ Trump says  Washington Post
  2. 11 noteworthy moments from Trump’s ’60 Minutes’ interview  CNN
  3. Trump Tries to Pass Off China’s 2018 Trade Propaganda as Proof of 2016 Election Interference  Slate Magazine
  4. Trump’s lawyers preparing answers to Mueller’s questions  CNN
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from World – Google News https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/putin-is-probably-involved-in-assassinations-and-poisonings-but-its-not-in-our-country-trump-says/2018/10/14/d745e21c-cff2-11e8-83d6-291fcead2ab1_story.html

Twelve million face famine in Yemen if bombs don’t stop, WFP warns

  1. Twelve million face famine in Yemen if bombs don’t stop, WFP warns  CNN
  2. The Saudi-led coalition, with American aid, is driving Yemen toward a massive famine.  The New Republic
  3. ‘Worst Famine in 100 Years’ Could See 13 Million People Starve If Saudi-Led Coalition Keeps Bombing Yemen: UN  Newsweek
  4. 13M people at risk of starving to death in Yemen, UN warns  CBC.ca
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from World – Google News https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/15/middleeast/yemen-famine-war/index.html

Meghan Markle (in ‘Blessed’ Dress!) and Harry Step Out for First Time Since Announcing Pregnancy

  1. Meghan Markle (in ‘Blessed’ Dress!) and Harry Step Out for First Time Since Announcing Pregnancy  PEOPLE.com
  2. Why the new royal baby might not be a prince or princess  Yahoo News
  3. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Step Out in Australia After Pregnancy Announcement  E! Online
  4. Duchess Meghan And Prince Harry’s Baby May Not Be Prince Or Princess  HuffPost
  5. And baby makes three: Prince Harry and Meghan’s child on way  Washington Post
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from World – Google News https://people.com/royals/meghan-markle-prince-harry-first-photo-announcing-pregnancy/

Extremists Hold Out in Syria as Russia Tries to Avoid More Fighting

  1. Extremists Hold Out in Syria as Russia Tries to Avoid More Fighting  Wall Street Journal
  2. Jihadists fail to quit Syria buffer, throwing deal into doubt  Yahoo News
  3. Syria says Idlib situation untenable if jihadists wont comply with deal  Business Insider
  4. Iran must bow out of Syria immediately  gulfnews.com
  5. Syria’s militants give tepid support to demilitarized zone in final opposition stronghold  Washington Post
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from World – Google News https://www.wsj.com/articles/extremists-hold-out-in-syria-as-russia-tries-to-avoid-more-fighting-1539621924

Theresa May, Amid Brexit Impasse, Says Agreement Is ‘Achievable’

  1. Theresa May, Amid Brexit Impasse, Says Agreement Is ‘Achievable’  New York Times
  2. Theresa May says Brexit deal still ‘achievable’ despite differences  BBC News
  3. The Democratic Unionist Party Isn’t Bluffing on Brexit. It’s Being ‘Thran.’  Foreign Policy
  4. The Latest: EU’s Tusk says Brexit deal and no-deal possible  Washington Post
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from World – Google News https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/15/world/europe/brexit-theresa-may.html