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  • Fan in gorilla suit runs on field during Lions-Bears game

    Fan in gorilla suit runs on field during Lions-Bears game

    We ball out all week, 100 percent effort all week and we get to Sunday and we have no idea why. Where did all of this production go? Le'Veon Bell ran for 144 yards on 18 carries and caught five passes for 34 yards in his return from a three-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.

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  • Parents of boy shot at school remember their son

    The teen was taken into custody and charged with three counts of attempted murder and one count of murder. Your my hero buddy. Jacob, who had seven brothers and sisters, had been surrounded by family at Greenville Memorial Hospital since he was wounded.

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  • Duterte calls himself Hitler, wants to kill 3 million

    When talking about an Australian missionary who was raped and murdered in the Philippines in 1989 when he was a mayor, he said: "I saw her face and I thought: 'What a pity. Another Jewish group the Anti-Defamation League said the comments were "inappropriate and deeply offensive". "I hope we learn the lessons of history", Aquino said in widely reported remarks.

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  • Scavengers have close encounters with bombs in NYC, NJ

    Scavengers have close encounters with bombs in NYC, NJ

    Various media reports revealed that he was identified after his fingerprints were found on one of the unexploded devices. Late Sunday night, five explosive devices were discovered in a trash can at an Elizabeth train station. There were no injuries suffered in the New Jersey blast. "So as we go through the investigation as we continue to gather more surveillance video it's going to help us move forward with this case, and make sure that this, this suspect, this subject, is brought to ...

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  • Syrian military calls on Aleppo rebels to surrender

    Syrian military calls on Aleppo rebels to surrender

    The U.N. estimates 275,000 people are trapped in the east by a government siege. But diplomatic efforts to put an end to Syria's war - which has killed more than 300,000 people - have all but collapsed. At the bombed hospital, an AFP journalist saw bloodstained hospital beds and dented equipment lying in disarray beneath blown-out windows. "A new barrel bomb fell this afternoon in front of the hospital, forcing medical staff...

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  • Donald Trump returns to MI, fundraising in Novi and Grand Rapids

    Donald Trump returns to MI, fundraising in Novi and Grand Rapids

    Germany's economy ministry believes a Donald Trump presidency would severely damage the United States economy, according to an internal memorandum reported by Der Spiegel magazine on Saturday. "And I think it's going to be competitive for many different reasons". He promised he "wouldn't let them down". His appearance there gained national attention when he was asked by Rev.

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  • Mother of 18-year-old killed by LA police speaks

    The vehicle later slowed to a stop and two black men fled on foot in opposite directions, according to the LAPD. Police have not said how many times Snell was shot or where. In a tweet sent at 2:45 a.m. Sunday, the Los Angeles Police Department said the protesters were "vocal, but peaceful". "I want to thank community members who have been part of the investigation as witnesses and caring residents, as well as Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson and the LAPD personnel who together ...

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  • South Australia battles second day of storms after blackout

    The Bureau of Meteorology said a vigorous cold front was moving across the state, with an intense low pressure system due today. "At this stage we're still gathering information about the cause, but it appears that there was a weather event which has damaged infrastructure in the Port Augusta region", Weatherill told reporters.

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  • Israeli leaders lay wreaths on Peres' casket

    Israeli leaders lay wreaths on Peres' casket

    Israeli presidential guards stand next to a national flag, which was lowered to half mast during a ceremony marking the death of former Israeli President Shimon Peres , at the Knesset, the Israeli parliament in Jerusalem , Sept. Peres' commitment to Israel's security and pursuit of peace was "rooted in his own unshakeable moral foundation and unflagging optimism" the USA leader said in a statement.

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  • In Post-Debate Interview, Trump Again Criticizes Pageant-Winner's Weight

    In Post-Debate Interview, Trump Again Criticizes Pageant-Winner's Weight

    In this video , Machado recounted Donald Trump's constant verbal abuse, which led to eating disorders after he publicly degraded her by inviting reporters to watch her exercise because she gained weight. Machado, who in August became a US citizen and has declared her complete support for Clinton, on Monday after the debate thanked the former first lady in a tweet, saying, writing in Spanish, "Thanks Mrs.

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  • Mosul offensive to start soon, French minister says

    Mosul offensive to start soon, French minister says

    The 38,000-tonne Charles de Gaulle aircraft was sent to the region earlier in September. "(The operations) are the extension of our support for the coalition", Jean-Yves Le Drian told reporters at a naval shipyard in northwestern France. Meanwhile, French radio station RTL reported that as many as 24 warplanes will participate in Friday's operations with sorties every three minutes.

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  • Gardai Announce Industrial Action

    Gardai Announce Industrial Action

    Of the 9,875 members balloted, 95 % (6,069) voted in favour with just 4.7% (300) voting against. It is understood that members of the Garda Representative Organisation (GRA) also considered using the "blue flu" method of protest. Rank and file Gardaí want their pay returned to boomtime levels before they'll agree not to strike. The Committee met for several hours today but failed to reach an agreement on whether to accept the proposal from the Department of Justice .

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  • Congress backs strikes on terror bases

    Congress backs strikes on terror bases

    Otherwise, he has been one of the most vociferous critics of the prime minister. Rahul comments come a day after Congress president Sonia Gandhi said a "strong message" has been sent with the surgical strikes by Army against terror bases across the Line of Control (LoC) and insisted that Pakistan bears a "great responsibility" in the continuing cross-border attacks in India.

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  • Duterte 'happy to slaughter' drug suspects; mentions Hitler

    I'd be happy to slaughter them", Duterte said, referring to a Philippine government estimate of the number of drug addicts in the country. "At least if Germany had Hitler, the Philippines would have..." he added, pointing to himself. In a rambling speech on Friday morning, Duterte said he was under threat of being brought before an worldwide court for genocide, but insisted he was breaking no laws in the Philippines.

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  • US to send more troops to Iraq to help with Mosul

    That was just the beginning. The US will send 615 new troops to Iraq to assist local forces in the battle to retake Mosul from Daesh, US and Iraqi officials revealed today. The United States has gradually increased the number of US troops in Iraq this year, and moved them closer to the front lines of battle. Asked whether the extra 615 USA troops will be the final addition before the Mosul campaign kicks off, Carter said , "This is what we now foresee as required for the envelopment and ...

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  • 13 civilians killed in airstrike on house

    13 civilians killed in airstrike on house

    The news agency quoting Governors House statement reported that three civilians were confirmed killed and six others were wounded in the airstrike. The air strike targeted militants from the Islamic State (Isis/Daesh) terror group, but some civilians are believed to have also been hit, Afghan officials said .

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  • Mayawati: Modi orchestrating a war like situation on border

    Pakistan denies the allegations and says India has not provided adequate proof to support its claims. However, if India revoked the treaty, Aziz said Pakistan would treat that as "an act of war or a hostile act against Pakistan". Earlier on Monday, Sushma Swaraj, in her speech at the 71st session of the UN General Assembly, said: "These nations, in which UN declared terrorists roam freely, lead processions and deliver their poisonous sermons of hate with impunity, areas culpable as the very ...

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  • India to ratify Paris Agreement on climate change

    India to ratify Paris Agreement on climate change

    In the UN climate change conference COP21 in Paris, entire 195 nations from all over the world embraced the first universal and legally binding worldwide climate pact, and India was one of them. The U.S. and China, the world's top two emitters, have already done so. What would be the reaction of the global community? Delhi further agreed to curb emissions relative to the country's gross domestic product.

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  • Wildfire forces evacuations in California mountains

    About 90 people in three dozen homes were under evacuation orders or advisories Monday. A local government strike team composed of personnel from Novato, Ross Valley, Larkspur, San Rafael and other local departments are providing mutual aid for the July 22 blaze that is now 78 percent contained and 127,478 acres.

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  • Blaze forces evacuations in California mountains

    The fire appears headed toward Hecker Pass Road. It has spread to the Mount Loma Prieta, Mount Chual and Uvas Creek drainages, Cal Fire officials said. "When you live through fires like that, you know what to do", he said. "That's it; that's what matters", Mays told the newspaper Monday. "They were saying, 'Evacuate the area, evacuate your homes.' They didn't have to say why".

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  • Uri terror attack : BJP National Council to adopt resolution today

    Zakaria insisted that India in fact wants to divert world attention from Kashmir issue. However, Modi himself struck a completely different note over the weekend. Taking a jibe at Pakistan, Prime Minister Modi said India is exporting engineers all over the world, whereas Islamabad is exporting terrorists. It knows that India will hum and haw, will indulge in rhetoric, will discuss all options but will never act.

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  • Donald Trump should not be USA president

    The editorial was published two days before a critical moment in the campaign: the first TV debate pitting Clinton against Trump. She says "he'll be happy to offer specifics without telling the enemy what we're going to do". NBC's Matt Lauer was skewered on social media, largely by Clinton supporters, for his questions during a candidates' forum earlier this month , probing Clinton about her email controversies but not Trump on his conflicting statements about the Iraq war.

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  • 2 officers injured in explosion at shop in downtown Budapest

    2 officers injured in explosion at shop in downtown Budapest

    National police chief Karoly Papp said: "The target was not one of the injured police officers but the police force". He said, "Our police officers were the targets of the attack". "I was looking through the window and I saw a lot of cars coming, police, firemen, and a lot of people coming to the street. the windows were broken and nobody knew what happened".

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