Leader of pro-Brexit UKIP party quits after 18 days

Leader of pro-Brexit UKIP party quits after 18 days

James, a member of the European Parliament, had won a leadership contest on September 16, promising to professionalize the party and use its political muscle to ensure the Conservative government did not negotiate a watered-down exit deal. But the 52-year-old MEP, the public face of UKIP and one of the leaders of the Brexit campaign, said he had no intention of returning to the post he held for most of the past decade. Read More

UKIP MEP in hospital after altercation

UKIP leader Nigel Farage, who stepped in when his elected successor stepped down on Wednesday amid furious faction-fighting in the party since the referendum, has launched an internal inquiry into the incident and has refused to say who was responsible. Read More

Obama says Trump's comments on women disqualifying

Obama says Trump's comments on women disqualifying

An all-time record number of viewers tuned in, and after it was over many were disappointed by Trump and had a more favorable view of Clinton . "He is an equal opportunity insulter if there ever was one", Clinton said. It was a version of a refrain she delivered on Sunday during the second presidential debate in St. Louis. The Trump campaign also gave legitimacy to these theories. Read More

Obama to attend Shimon Peres funeral in Jerusalem

The press release adds that Peres "will be marked forever in the pages of Jewish history as someone who has headed many life saving projects, the most notable being the project in Entebbe. Mr Peres will be interred between the late prime ministers Yitzhak Shamir and Yitzhak Rabin. Clinton arrived as thousands of mourners paid tribute to Peres , who will lie in state until 9:00 pm Thursday (1800 GMT). Read More

Modi arrives in Lucknow for Dussehra

Modi arrives in Lucknow for Dussehra

However, he made no reference to the surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. "We follow Buddha. Sometimes yuddha (war) is necessary, but our path is not that of war, but that of Buddha". Modi said there were many social evils prevalent in society and people should ensure corruption, caste differences, class differences and religious intolerance are eliminated. Read More

Syrian Ties Up Terror Suspect Leading To Capture In Germany

Syrian Ties Up Terror Suspect Leading To Capture In Germany

The men took in the stranger but realized on Saturday night through social media that he was wanted by police. Police came to raid the apartment after midnight on Monday morning. "The behaviour of the suspect speaks for an ISIS context", said Mr Joerg Michaelis, who is president of the Saxony state criminal investigation office. Read More

Russia says it supports OPEC plan to limit oil production

A formal meeting this coming November 30 in Vienna will finalize the talks in the oil production cut with an initial plan to decrease the production by 32 to 33 million barrels per day. With exemptions in place for emerging oil players like Libya, some backers of the Algerian accord said the role of non-OPEC producers was essential for its effectiveness. Read More

'Transformers' star Shia LaBeouf marries in Vegas Elvis-themed wedding

'Transformers' star Shia LaBeouf marries in Vegas Elvis-themed wedding

Shia LaBeouf is a powerhouse of performance art rn, and he sure as hell will do absolutely anything on camera in the name of #art. Shia LaBeouf , 30, Wednesday his longtime girlfriend, Mia Goth at the Viva Las Vegas venue in Sin City. Read More

U.S. envoy says Washington to use all means to pressure North Korea

U.S. envoy says Washington to use all means to pressure North Korea

Joel Wit, of 38 north said, "what we're seeing is activity near here". The Sohae centre is the North's newly upgraded rocket station where the February satellite launch and other rocket tests have been conducted. North Korea's torrent of weapons tests in 2016 has strengthened Pyongyang militarily, but the real reason behind the rush is the US presidential elections, according to a growing number of experts on North Korea. Read More

Trump claims credit for Pence's strong debate

Trump claims credit for Pence's strong debate

Perhaps the Trump campaign decided that it wouldn't be helpful to really get into the details of what Trump has said . He didn't say the same for Trump after the first debate, instead issuing a more tepid statement praising his "energy" and calls for change. Read More

Georgia AD says school won't displace evacuees in Columbia

Georgia AD says school won't displace evacuees in Columbia

McGarity said SC has offered Georgia on-campus lodging the team plans to use Saturday night. He set up the Gamecocks' first touchdown with a 39-yard strike to Samuel, who later scored on a 9-yard run. The person, who has not been identified, was reportedly trying to cross a road in a vehicle Saturday when the vehicle was swept away, Haley said. Read More

Like election claim, Trump now says debate was 'rigged'

Mrs Clinton called Mr Trump "unhinged" yesterday in response to the posts and described the tweets as a "Machado meltdown". The Republican presidential candidate had tweeted that Americans should watch an alleged tape of Alicia Machado who claimed he once called her "Miss Piggy". Read More

Roethlisberger throws for 4 TDs, Steelers blow by Jets

Now New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is girding for another population influx on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Parker has been great up until this week, so I expect he'll bounce back. We will make them as carefully and consistently as we can. The Eagles D-Line gave us fits, and these guys are better, but they play a different style of defense, and it may have been the wide 9 that was the problem for us in Philly. Read More

At least 5 hurt in bomb attack near Istanbul police station

At least 5 hurt in bomb attack near Istanbul police station

At least 10 people were wounded in the motorbike bomb explosion in the Yenibosna district of Istanbul . Ten people were injured in Istanbul Thursday in an explosion near a police station, various media reported. TRT World's Yasin Eken, reporting live from the scene, said the blast was caused by a bomb on a motorcycle. There were no immediate claims of responsibility. Read More

Pence: Trump no longer believes some of his controversial comments

Trump and Clinton will debate in St. Louis on Sunday in a town-hall style event, and Conway said Trump will find the debate to be in a "comfortable format", as he is the one "out there at these rallies and small settings every single day". Read More

Clinton leads Trump by double digits in MI

Clinton leads Trump by double digits in MI

In a four-candidate race - participants also were given the choice of supporting Gary Johson or Jill Stein - 41 percent of respondents said they would vote for Clinton and 38 percent said Trump. I will tell you about the candidates. "And while he was slightly short-handed, it's clear to everyone, including President Obama, that improvements are needed". Read More

Has the clown craze come to Liverpool?

Maplewood Police are conducting extra periodic patrols at all of our schools. "We'd rather go check it rather than let it get out of hand so if you see something that has you concerned we'll send a auto right away". How should I handle my kids? Chuck Benoit - but that has come as little comfort to anxious parents and children. "Parents should continue to do what parents do, which is be vigilant, but not hypervigilant". Read More

Ink thrown at Delhi CM Kejriwal after his suspicions regarding

Ink thrown at Delhi CM Kejriwal after his suspicions regarding "Surgical strikes"

Pakistan created an impression internationally that there was no surgical strike. Subramanian Swamy, leader of the BJP, has called on his colleague, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to ban the import of cement from Pakistan, the Economic Times reports. Read More

Pope Francis Warns Christians About 'Global War to Destroy Marriage'

Pope Francis Warns Christians About 'Global War to Destroy Marriage'

Creating a harmonious society made up of people coming from different ethnic, cultural and religious groups is an essential task today, Pope Francis said. Although he was in a relaxed mood and welcomed reporters' questions for nearly an hour, Pope Francis said he would never comment on a specific electoral campaign . Read More

US Calls For War Crime Probe Following Unprecedented Bombing In Aleppo

US Calls For War Crime Probe Following Unprecedented Bombing In Aleppo

Kerry said hospitals and other civilian facilities in Aleppo were being targeted purposely. In two weeks of the Syrian regime and Russian Federation bombing Aleppo, at least 376 people have been killed and 1,266 injured, according to the United Nations . Read More

Likely new UN secretary-general sees 'huge challenges' ahead

Diplomats at the session said applause rang out following adoption of the measure recommending Mr Guterres for a five-year term from Jan 1. "We have now the largest displacement in the world for decades", he said, "6.5 million people displaced inside the country, more than 2.6 million refugees coming into the neighboring countries". Read More

After testy VP debate, Trump rebuffs claim he 'loves' Putin

At their first debate , widely seen as a decisive victory for Clinton, she was able to keep Trump on the defensive, attacking him over his defiance of a four-decade US political tradition in refusing to release his tax returns, his long-time slurs against women, and his years-long campaign to prove the debunked theory that President Barack Obama was born in Kenya and is not a USA citizen. Read More

Theresa May sets out vision for a 'new centre ground'

A new poll has shows there is widespread support for a "hard" Brexit over the "soft" version. "It's time to remember the good that government can do", she said. The report, prepared by Oliver Wyman on behalf of TheCityUK lobby group, warns that nearly 70,000 jobs and 10 billion pounds of tax revenue are at risk from a so-called hard Brexit, according to two people familiar with its contents. Read More

Chakrabarti and Abbott handed key jobs in Corbyn shadow cabinet

Chakrabarti and Abbott handed key jobs in Corbyn shadow cabinet

Her dismissal marked the start of a shadow cabinet reshuffle that saw Mr Corbyn hand the key post of shadow home secretary to Diane Abbott, his staunch ally. Mr Corbyn said in a statement: "I welcome Nick's agreement to serve as chief whip to the parliamentary Labour party". Ms Champion was one of dozens of Labour frontbenchers who quit in protest of Mr Corbyn's leadership in June - only to ask for her job back as month later. Read More

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe calls on Mukherjee

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe calls on Mukherjee

Mr Wickremesinghe said, his country has also suffered from the menace of terrorism. "Prime Minister Modi and I have decided that we must conclude it by the end of this year", Wickremesinghe said here at the India Economic Summit organised by the World Economic Forum and industry body CII. Read More

Russia strongly warns US against striking Syrian army

He drew parallels between Aleppo and previous mass killings in Bosnia and Rwanda, insisting that the United Nations would not stop seeking a resolution to Syria's five-and-a-half year war. Former State Department officials and Syria watchers have suggested that the strikes could take the form of hitting Syrian air force facilities, destroying aircraft that have dropped bombs on civilians and cratering runways. Read More

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activist Joshua Wong Detained in Thailand

Demosisto , the new political party Wong co-founded in April which recently won seats Hong Kong's legislative council, said in an update that it had not had contact with Joshua for over 10 hours, adding: "We are deeply anxious about Wong's personal safety and freedom, and we remain uncertain as to under what circumstances Wong has been detained". Read More

Woman protesters go bare chest to protest in South Africa

Woman protesters go bare chest to protest in South Africa

Sometimes violent demonstrations for free education have involved mostly black students at some universities since last month. Wits University student leader Fasiha Hassan says Wits will not turn into another Marikana. We will keep you updated via the University's official communication channels on developments as they progress. Patel said they would need to push the academic year into mid-December in order to catch up the lost weeks. Read More

Bell quickly returns to form as Steelers thrash Chiefs

Bell quickly returns to form as Steelers thrash Chiefs

Lining up all over the field in a variety of formations, Bell caught five passes for 34 yards and ran for 144 yards on 18 carries, including a 44-yard zig-zag in the fourth quarter that highlights Bell's unique combination of patience and agility. Read More

Royals take replica war canoe in Canada

Royals take replica war canoe in Canada

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were taken to a remote island on a 25ft- war canoe by warrior rowers wearing T-shirts protesting against a natural gas plant. The centre provides a range of services, including childcare, youth outreach, and support for women who have experienced domestic violence. During their visit to Haida Gwaii the royal couple opened the new Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre which will soon begin treating patients. Read More