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One dead, 12 hospitalized in 'mass casualty' fentanyl overdose incident

Fentanyl overdoses kill one, hospitalize 12.
Police in Northern California responded to a “mass casualty overdose” situation on Saturday that resulted in one death and a dozen people hospitalized.

Authorities said that the incident was caused by exposure to the deadly opioid fentanyl, which also affected two responding officers, according to NBC News.

Mike O’Brien, a police captain in Chico, Calif., said at a news conference that four of the victims were in critical condition.

“Certainly there’s potential for additional fatalities," O’Brien said. "I want to emphasize that."

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Former Russian Spy Reportedly Pressured Manafort to Pay Back Oligarch Debts

Manafort pressured to repay Russian oligarch during campaignDonald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort came under strong pressure from an ex-Russian spy during the presidential campaign to pay his debts to an oligarch, Time revealed.

Victor Boyarkin, who was recently put on a sanctions list by the U.S. government, acknowledged to Time that he was in touch with Manafort at the heart of the presidential campaign on behalf of the oligarch.

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Saudi denounces US Senate vote as 'blatant interference'

Saudi denounces US Senate

Saudi Arabia has denounced as "blatant interference" a resolution by the US Senate accusing the kingdom's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of ordering the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and calling for an end to Washington's military support for a Riyadh-led war in Yemen.

The Senate's move last week dealt a new warning to US President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly signalled his backing for the Saudi leadership even amid a mounting outcry the killing of Khashoggi, a critic of the powerful Prince Mohammedand the devastating Yemen conflict.

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7-year-old Guatemalan girl dies after U.S. border patrol arrest

7 yt old dead after being taken by US border patrol

A seven-year-old girl who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border with her father last week died after being taken into the custody of the U.S. Border Patrol, federal immigration authorities confirmed Thursday.

An official from Guatemala's foreign ministry identified the girl as Jackeline Caal. The official, who requested anonymity because he was not authorized to share information, also identified the girl's 29-year-old father as Nery Caal.

The foreign ministry said Friday that the girl and her father were from an area in northern Guatemala called Raxruha in Alta Verapaz department.

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Jared Kushner advised Saudi prince on how to 'weather' Khashoggi murder, report says

Kushner advised Saudi Prince

President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has been a promoter of Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman since the early days of the administration and recently offered the prince advice on how to handle the outrage over the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, The New York Times reported Saturday.

Kushner, 37, who serves as Trump's adviser on the Middle East, has kept up informal conversations with the prince, 33, since early 2017, the Times reported, citing unnamed sources. Three former senior officials told the paper that the politically inexperienced Kushner's private chats with Mohammed could have made him "susceptible to Saudi manipulation."

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Putin threatens arms race if US dumps nuclear treaty

Putin threatens new arms race

Vladimir Putin has threatened that Russia will develop new missiles banned by the intermediate-range nuclear forces treaty if the US exits the pact and pursues an arms buildup of its own.

The Russian president’s remarks came one day after the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, said Moscow was in “material breach” of the cold war-era treaty and issued a 60-day ultimatum for Russia to correct the alleged violations. Otherwise, he said, the US would quit the 1987 accord, considered a milestone in reducing the threat of a nuclear war in Europe.

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Marriott says up to 500 million guests affected by hack

Marriott hack affects 500m people

The world's largest hotel company, Marriott International, said on Friday that up to 500 million hotel guests may have had their personal details hacked in a massive four-year-long breach of a reservation database.

Marriott said its Starwood Hotels & Resorts reservation database in the United States had suffered a "data security incident" involving unlawful access stretching back to 2014.

The company said an "unauthorised party had copied and encrypted information and took steps towards removing it."

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