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Breaking Internetional News: 2017-09-25 03:58:26
- Merkel set for fourth term as far right makes big gains
- These are the NFL players protesting today amid Trump criticism
- Trump escalates war of words with North Korea
- US boosts surveillance amid Russian threats in Syria
- Jared Kushner used private email to talk to WH officials
- Shooter kills one, wounds 7 at Tennessee church
- Puerto Rico 'apocalyptic' after Hurricane Maria
- Maria is still churning toward the US east coast
- POLL: Republican approval hits all-time low
- US strikes Libya for first time under Trump
- Iran official: US is unpredictable, unreliable
- 'Noxious substance' injures 6 in east London
- Is Trump's attack racist? Ex-NFL player: 'His actions say who he is'
- NFL airing unity ad in prime time on Sunday
- New quakes strike hard-hit Mexico
- Earthquake victims took pictures while buried alive
- Iran tests new ballistic missile
- Soul singer Charles Bradley dies at 68
- What happens if Uber loses London for good?
- Psychology, history and the market: Why we value gemstones
- The co-founder of the first far-right party to win seats in Germany's parliament in almost 60 years has warned that it is ready to "take back our country and our people."
- The Trump administration has unveiled new travel restrictions on certain foreigners from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen as a replacement to a central portion of its controversial travel ban signed earlier this year.
- Just as Iraq prepares to turn the page on ISIS, a new chapter in its turbulent history appears to be unfolding. This time centering on the country's largest ethnic minority: the Kurds and their push for independence.
- US forces in Syria have increased surveillance of Russian troop locations following Moscow's suggestion that US troops could get caught in Russian military operations, according to a US official directly familiar with US military planning.
- Jared Kushner, senior White House adviser and son-in-law of President Donald Trump, has occasionally used a private email account for correspondence with fellow administration officials, his lawyer Abbe Lowell, confirmed to CNN on Sunday.
- A gunman opened fire at a church in Tennessee on Sunday, killing one person and injuring seven others, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department said.
- Days after Hurricane Maria pounded the island of Puerto Rico, killing at least 10 people, authorities are starting to see firsthand the scope of devastation that left the US territory off the grid.
- The East Coast is bracing for a possible direct hit from Hurricane Maria, days after the storm caused widespread devastation in the Caribbean.
- There are fresh signs the Republican Party's brand is in trouble.
- The US military conducted airstrikes against ISIS fighters in Libya on Friday, the first time it has struck targets in the North African country since Donald Trump became President.
- Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif tells CNN's Fareed Zakaria the United States "is proving that it is unreliable," when it comes to honoring international agreements.
- London police are investigating after six people were injured by a "noxious substance" thrown during a fight at a shopping center.
- Former NFL wide receiver Donté Stallworth says that when it comes to the word "racist," "I don't sling [that
- Mourners gathered at a mosque in Istanbul on Saturday to pay their respects to a Syrian activist mother and her American journalist daughter who were found slain in their home on Thursday.
- A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck Oaxaca, Mexico, early Saturday, according to the US Geological Survey. The quake was located 4 miles from Lázaro Cárdenas in southern Oaxaca. USGS puts the depth at 32 kilometers.
- People trapped in the rubble after the Mexico City earthquake count themselves lucky. CNN's Ed Lavandera spoke to survivors in the hospital about their rescue.
- Iran tested a new ballistic missile that is reportedly capable of carrying multiple warheads, the nation's state-run broadcaster announced Saturday.
- Singer Charles Bradley, who was nicknamed the "Screaming Eagle of Soul" because of his raspy voice and stirring performances, has died.
- Legendary musician Stevie Wonder took a knee at a New York music festival, seemingly showing solidarity with NFL players criticized by President Donald Trump hours earlier.
- Humankind's fascination with precious stones long predates the establishment of gemology. The Romans believed that diamonds were splinters of falling stars, while the ancient Greeks considered them to be the tears of the gods.