Biden lashes out at questioner after query about son at campaign event in Iowa

After first saying that President Donald Trump is "messing around in Ukraine," the man told Biden "you on the other hand sent your son over there, to get him a job and work for a gas company.

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Uber says it received over 3,000 reports of sexual assault in US in 2018

In the report, Uber said 99.9% of its 2.3 billion US trips in 2017 and 2018 ended without safety incidents.

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French strike against President Macron's reforms enters day two

The strike pits Macron, a 41-year-old former investment banker who came to power in 2017 on a promise to open up France's highly regulated economy, against powerful trade unions who say he is set…

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Major US, global cities slowing amid worldwide slump: Report

Looking further ahead, while China's metropolitan areas have borne the brunt of the trade conflict, they will bump US cities out of the top 10, the latest annual Global Cities Outlook said.

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Europeans, Iran to cross swords at nuclear talks amid heightened tensions

The meeting comes amid heightened friction between Iran and the West. Tehran has rolled back its commitments under the 2015 deal in response to Washington's pullout from it last year and…

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Iran says it will continue ballistic missile programme

'Iran is determined to resolutely continue its activities related to ballistic missiles and space launch vehicles,' Iran's U.N. envoy Majid Takhte Ravanchi wrote in the letter.

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'Will win' impeachment fight: US President Donald Trump

Trump tweeted that the 'Radical Left Democrats have just announced that they are going to seek to Impeach me over NOTHING.'

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Trump abused power, US House to draft impeachment charges against him: Nancy Pelosi

'The president's actions have seriously violated the constitution,' Pelosi told reporters.

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'Very dangerous challenge' if Trump calls Kim 'Rocket Man' again: North Korea

Trump said on Tuesday he still had confidence in the North Korean leader but noted that Kim 'likes sending rockets up'.

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EU powers' letter to U.N. on Iran's missiles shows 'miserable incompetence': Javad Zarif

The United States, Iran's arch-foe, and its Arab allies view Tehran’s ballistic missile programme as a Middle East security threat. Tehran says its missile development activity is solely defensive…

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'We have committed a sin', says Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev amid doping row

Russia faces the possibility to be barred from all sporting competitions including the Tokyo 2020 after a key WADA committee recommended a four-year ban on the country. 

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Pro-paramilitary demonstrators flood Iraqi protest camp

The Hashed had backed the Iraqi government but after a dramatic intervention by Sistani last week, it dropped its support. The embattled prime minister, Adel Abdel Mahdi, resigned at the weekend…

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Hong Kong gives protesters green light for big march on Sunday

The Civil Human Right Front, said it had received permission from police for a planned Human Rights Day rally on Sunday.

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Zimbabwe court appoints Mugabe daughter to identify his assets

Many in Zimbabwe assume that he and his family amassed a vast fortune - perhaps as much as $1 billion, according to a leaked US diplomatic cable from 2001.

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14 missing in deadly Ukraine fire: President Volodymyr Zelensky

The fire broke out in a college building in central Odessa on Wednesday, killing a 16-year-old female student and injuring 27 others.

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