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  • Brock Osweiler to start at quarterback vs. Philadelphia Eagles

    Brock Osweiler to start at quarterback vs. Philadelphia Eagles

    Siemian was 19 for 36 with 198 passing yards, one touchdown and three interceptions. The Broncos (3-4) visit NFL-leading Philadelphia (7-1) on Sunday. Siemian, who went 11-10 as a starter in Denver, will likely serve as Brock Osweiler's backup, at least this week against the Eagles . He was cut by Cleveland during training camp and signed to be Denver's backup ahead of its season opener in September.

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  • Putin holds talks with Iranian, Azerbaijani counterparts

    Putin holds talks with Iranian, Azerbaijani counterparts

    Vladimir Putin, Hassan Rouhani and Ilham Aliyev are speaking before the press after trilateral talks in the Iranian capital on Wednesday. Putin, Rouhani and Aliyev also discussed plans for establishing a railway line between Iran, Azerbaijan and Russian Federation that could be used to move freight from Asia to Europe.

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  • China police foil plot to kill Kim Jong Nam's son

    The wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has made a rare public appearance, joining the supreme leader on a tour of a cosmetics factory in Pyongyang. North Korea appears to have developed its own cosmetics industry , with reports of local "high-end" brands such as Bomhyanggi and Unhasu becoming popular with consumers.

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  • Philippe forms in the western Caribbean

    Philippe forms in the western Caribbean

    Watches are also in effect for Craig Key, Golden Beach and the central Bahamas. A tropical storm warning is in effect for the Cuban provinces of Isla de la Juventud, La Habana, Ciudad de la Habana, Matanzas, Cienfuegos, and Villa Clara. On the forecast track, the center of Philippe is predicted to move off of the northern coast of Cuba and into the Florida Straits this evening. The storm is located 120 miles south southwest of the Florida Keys.

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  • Death toll rises to 14 in Mogadishu bombings

    Death toll rises to 14 in Mogadishu bombings

    Speaking to The Associated Press by telephone from the scene, Mohamed Hussein, an army captain, said more than 20 people, including government officials, were thought to be trapped as security forces battled extremists holed up on the top floor of the hotel.

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  • Standing during national anthem can not be a test of patriotism: Owaisi

    Standing during national anthem can not be a test of patriotism: Owaisi

    The 2016 order assumed an unverified and unverifiable patriotism deficit. People go to cinemas for entertainment. "After the National Anthem is played or sung, the doors can be opened". "What stops you from exercising your power". It said that uninfluenced by its earlier order, the Centre has to take a call on the playing of the national anthem in the theaters.

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  • Smriti Irani Hits Back at Rahul Gandhi, Says You Will Lose Gujarat

    Smriti Irani Hits Back at Rahul Gandhi, Says You Will Lose Gujarat

    Irani's comment came after Rahul Gandhi took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for remaining silent on the alleged corruption case against BJP President Amit Shah's son, Jay Shah. Rajeev Chandrashekhar, NDA's Kerala chief, wrote, "Desperate times call for desperate measures?" "Can understand your eagerness to please the I&B ministry and the Bots Janata Party", Divya tweeted.

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  • Pakistani journalist Zeenat Shahzadi allegedly kidnapped since two years, rescued

    Pakistani journalist Zeenat Shahzadi allegedly kidnapped since two years, rescued

    The family later came to know that Hamid was in love with a woman from the Kohat region of western Pakistan , and had chose to cross over to prevent her from marrying another man. Zeenat's activism earned her the wrath of a section of people. "I was extremely saddened when I learned about her brother's suicide", she said. Latif added, "Zeenat received threats from unknown persons who asked her not to pursue the case anymore".

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  • Munich police detain a suspect following early morning rampage

    Munich police detain a suspect following early morning rampage

    Four people received minor injuries in the attack . They said he was wearing gray trousers and a running jacket. None of the victims suffered life threatening injuries. "At this point in the investigation, there is no indication of a political or religious motivation", Andra said, adding that the perpetrator was believed to have had a "psychological disorder".

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  • Trump slams National Football League for not forcing players to stand for USA anthem

    Trump slams National Football League for not forcing players to stand for USA anthem

    In a tweet on Wednesday, the USA president upped the ante in his fight with the NFL players kneeling down during the national anthem to decry police brutality against minorities, particularly African Americans in the United States. "The NFL has decided that she would force no players to stand up for our national anthem". Trump tweeted on Wednesday morning. " Too much talk, not enough action ", he said.

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  • Khamenei Warns Iran Will 'Shred' Nuclear Deal If US Quits It

    Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano underlined that there has been no problem with IAEA's inspections of Iran's nuclear sites. Meanwhile, Trump's advisers admitted that Iran was fulfilling the terms of the JCPOA. "I'm not willing to accept the status quo", Graham said. Graham suggested the Trump administration needs a "more cohesive policy" regarding tensions between Iraq and the Kurdish autonomous region after Iraqi troops reclaimed the city of Kirkuk ...

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  • 52 percent of Americans oppose Trump's tax plan

    52 percent of Americans oppose Trump's tax plan

    President Donald Trump announces the USA withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on climate change during a Rose Garden ceremony on June 1, 2017. Conducted from October 12 to 16, the survey indicated that a whopping 46 percent of registered voters "believe the nation's major news organizations fabricate news stories" about Trump and his administration, while 37 percent disagreed.

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  • Emergency management officials prepare for the Great Shakeout

    Emergency management officials prepare for the Great Shakeout

    The statewide drill is scheduled at 10:19 a.m. Thursday, which coincides with the date, October 19. Washingtonians can join them today by registering for the 2017 Great Washington ShakeOut . Contrary to popular belief, doorways are no safer than any other part of a building and do not provide protection from debris. Seismologists regard it as one of the most potentially risky natural disaster regions in the country.

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  • SC Gets Extension From Federal Govt. For REAL ID Compliance

    SC Gets Extension From Federal Govt. For REAL ID Compliance

    Next door in North Dakota , Department of Transportation officials say federal officials have told them that their state's current driver's licenses can be used until October of 2020 to board airliners and enter federal facilities. The Montana Department of Justice's Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) received an extension from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Wednesday, for the implementation of the federal identification law, REAL ID.

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  • Syrian air defenses hit infiltrating Israeli warplane

    In July, Netanyahu said a cease-fire agreement in southern Syria , brokered by the United States and Russian Federation at the G20 Summit in Germany, perpetuated the presence of Iranian forces near Israel. "In response, IDF aircraft targeted the anti-aircraft battery in Syria", it added. It is believed the fire was not aimed at Israeli targets and was the result of fighting in Syria, where President Basha Al-Assad's troops are battling Islamist militants in Quneitra province, near the ...

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  • Porn publisher offers $10 million bounty for Donald Trump's impeachment

    Porn publisher offers $10 million bounty for Donald Trump's impeachment

    The Post ad lays out why Flynt and Hustler are launching such a substantial campaign, listing threats President Trump poses to the country and the type of information they are looking for. He had done the same in 1998 , and the information that emerged reportedly influenced the resignation of Republican Congressman Bob Livingston, who was in line to be speaker of the House.

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  • "Bimal Gurung Linked With Maoists & Other Insurgent Groups"- ADG (Law & Order)

    Additional director general (law and order) Anuj Sharma told reporters in Kolkata that the police had specific information that Gurung and the group loyal to him were hiding near Patlebas, a stronghold of the GJM chief. Later, police recovered nine AK 47 rifles, a Berretta pistol, a point 22 bore rifle, a musket, a radio manpack, over 1,800 rounds of ammunition, 20 gelatine sticks, more than 1,000 detonators, camping materials, a sophisticated binocular and batteries.

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  • Collins rules out ME governor's bid, will stay in Senate

    In a much-anticipated announcement regarding her home state's governor race, Maine Sen. U.S. Sen. Angus King says Susan Collins is putting the people of ME first by deciding to remain in the U.S. Susan Collins explaining her vote against Obamacare repeal bills: It was designed "behind closed doors" and "by 13 men" btw. Collins' family members, many of whom still live in her hometown of Caribou, said they were left in the dark regarding her decision.

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  • Murphy: Pulling Out Of Iran Deal Makes North Korea Agreement Harder

    Murphy: Pulling Out Of Iran Deal Makes North Korea Agreement Harder

    If he does not certify Iran's compliance to the conditions of the deal than congress will have to re-impose sanctions against Iran within 60 days. President Donald Trump finds himself under vast pressure as he considers de-certifying the worldwide nuclear deal with Iran, a move that would ignore warnings from inside and outside his administration that to do so would risk undermining us credibility.

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  • USA withdraws from UNESCO, the UN's cultural organization, citing anti-Israel bias

    USA withdraws from UNESCO, the UN's cultural organization, citing anti-Israel bias

    The officials, who were not authorized to be publicly named discussing the issue, said the USA was notably angry over UNESCO resolutions denying Jewish connections to holy sites and references to Israel as an occupying power. "Among other efforts, UNESCO is committed to building the capacity of various individuals and stakeholders to develop and amplify innovative responses against extremism; all while promoting the protection of freedom of expression, privacy and other fundamental freedoms", ...

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