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  • Moscow against seven-day pauses in Syria - diplomat

    Ryabkov rejected Washington's calls for a seven-day pause in hostilities, but said Russian Federation was willing to support a 48-hour truce for humanitarian purposes around the embattled city of Aleppo. Ryabkov, the deputy foreign minister of Russian Federation, said in response to Kerry's previous warning. Russia's defence ministry said later on Wednesday that Moscow was prepared to relaunch talks with the United States on the crisis.

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  • Yemeni officials say over 140 killed in airstrike

    Yemeni officials say over 140 killed in airstrike

    Among those killed was Maj Gen Abdul-Qader Hilal, head of the capital's local council, officials said , while Galal al-Rawishan was seriously injured. National Security Council spokesman Ned Price in a statement. "The Humanitarian Coordinator reminds all parties to the conflict that under worldwide humanitarian law, they are obligated to protect civilians and civilian infrastructures", said the statement.

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  • Colombian leader Juan Manuel Santos wins Nobel Peace Prize

    Colombian leader Juan Manuel Santos wins Nobel Peace Prize

    According to Cepeda, such recognition is also a call to those who have tried to ruin such efforts with lies to abandon their attitude and join the national reconciliation and peace process. "I'll dedicate all my efforts to this cause for the rest of my days", the president said. "Even though Uribe won the vote, I think Santos has some advantage right now", said Adam Isacson, an analyst at the Washington Office on Latin America who was in Colombia for the referendum .

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  • Kerry says Russia, Syria should face war crimes probe

    Kerry says Russia, Syria should face war crimes probe

    The U.S. has little chance of being able to initiate a war crimes probe of either Russian Federation or Syria. The treaty allows Russian Federation to keep its forces at the Hemeimeem air base in Syria's coastal province of Latakia, Assad's Alawite heartland, as long as it wants, the report said.

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  • Pennywise Creator Stephen King Says Don't Fear the Clowns

    Bough adds that Secondary School Resource Officers and School Safety Officers are aware of the clown hoax on a whole and "are working with local school boards to ensure that the students are safe". Creepy clowns have been terrorising the United States for months, and now they are popping up here. To date, we have not identified a credible threat.

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  • IS claims bombing of Syrian rebels near Turkey

    Jan Egeland, head of the UN-backed humanitarian task force for Syria, said the 275,000 people trapped in Aleppo must be added to the list of people living in besieged areas in Syria. The government is demanding that civilians leave the area, "but the only option it has given them is to leave to the western, government-controlled side of Aleppo, and people are afraid".

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  • Two Ways to Protect Your Family From House Fires

    Two Ways to Protect Your Family From House Fires

    To find out how old a smoke alarm is, look at the date of manufacture on the back of the alarm; the alarm should be replaced 10 years from that date. "After we had extinguished the fire, the father thanked us and said the smoke alarms were checked on a weekly basis".

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  • [Ticker] Polish minister mocks abortion protest

    [Ticker] Polish minister mocks abortion protest

    The country already has one of Europe's most restrictive abortion laws and opinion surveys show very little support for an even stricter law, despite the nation's deep Catholicism and conservative political direction. If the new legislative proposal is passed into law, it would be illegal for a woman to get an abortion even in cases of rape and when a woman's life is at risk.

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  • Obama, Merkel condemn barbarous Russian, Syrian strikes on Aleppo: White House

    But he said the rebels could take military action to break the siege of rebel-held eastern Aleppo and could also increase coordination with other rebel factions. Kirby also suggested Wednesday that Russia's alliance with Assad's military raised the threat of a terror attack back home. "Children are not terrorists; breadlines and the individuals within breadlines are not terrorists; rescue workers are not terrorists; hospital workers are not terrorists", the USA ambassador to the U.N., Samantha ...

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  • Diane James Quits As Ukip Leader After 18 Days

    Several Ukip sources told HuffPost UK James did sign the forms but added the words "under duress" in Latin underneath her signature, rendering it void. If confirmed, her departure could pave the way for a comeback for her predecessor Nigel Farage. Other candidates could be Suzanne Evans, barred from the summet contest, or Bill Etheridge, who finished a distant third last time out.

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  • Supreme Court rejects to reopen Gov. Walker investigation

    Supreme Court rejects to reopen Gov. Walker investigation

    That ends the long-stalled investigation. "I applaud the individuals and organizations who fought for and successfully defended their First Amendment rights against political opponents who wanted to silence them". "From its inception, this proceeding was a politically motivated attack and a criminal investigation in search of a theory", Wisconsin Club for Growth president Eric O'Keefe said in a statement.

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  • Pope Francis Pays Surprise Visit to Italian Town Hit by Quake

    Later he sent a team of six members of the Vatican City State fire brigade to a particularly hard-hit community, Amatrice , "as a concrete sign of his closeness" to the people there. "May the Lord bless you all; may Our Lady watch over you in this moment of sadness, pain, and trial". The Pope confirmed his intention to visit Amatrice on Sunday, but did not specify when he would arrive.

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  • Philippine drills open in uncertainty: Are they the last?

    Philippine drills open in uncertainty: Are they the last?

    Duterte made the statement as lawmakers in the United States said the extrajudicial killings could have an impact on future USA aid to the country. I sent the generals to Russian Federation and Russia said 'do not worry, we have everything you need, we'll give it to you'.

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  • Pakistan, India try to defuse tensions after fire exchanges

    Pakistan, India try to defuse tensions after fire exchanges

    Ties between Pakistan and India worsened after an attack on an Indian military camp in Uri inside India-held Kashmir on Sept 18, where around 20 Indian soldiers were killed. India shares 50 kms of International Border and 740 kms of the Line of Control with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir. While the Hindu Jammu section of Kashmir seems to be content with remaining a part of India, the Muslim-majority Kashmir Valley favors independence from anywhere between 75 to 95 percent, according to a ...

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  • International Monetary Fund lowers Canadian economic growth outlook; USA recovery misses expectations

    International Monetary Fund lowers Canadian economic growth outlook; USA recovery misses expectations

    It expected advanced economies to grow 1.6 per cent in 2016, lower than last year's 2. 1 per cent growth and also down from its July forecast of 1.8 per cent. Following a lackluster second quarter, the United States suffered the report's sharpest downward revision of 0.6 percentage points, with growth now foreseen at 1.6 percent this year and 1.8 percent in 2017.

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  • President Obama coming to OH for Hillary Clinton

    White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Mr. Obama hopes to reschedule the events "relatively soon", depending on his schedule and the impact of the storm. The event was scheduled to take place at Florida Memorial University, and Obama was expected to rally supporters and encourage Floridians to register to vote.

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  • ISIS chief poisoned during feast

    ISIS chief poisoned during feast

    Last month, reports indicated Baghdadi was pinned down and hiding somewhere in Mosul, after two years of speculation over whether he was killed in the same city in the summer of 2014, according to Express . US officials have been trying for years to capture or kill al-Baghdadi, going so far as to offer a $10 million reward in 2011 for any information regarding his whereabouts.

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  • Balotelli:

    Balotelli: "Klopp doesn't know me; I only spoke to him once"

    The Italian striker was earmarked as surplus to requirements by Reds boss Klopp and his future on Merseyside appeared to be numbered when he returned from a loan spell at AC Milan last season. Balotelli's goal, his sixth in five games for Nice , came on 86 minutes, with the Italian producing a sublime curling finish. "It's better that he calls me up next time and not this time because I want to be really at my very best when I return [to play for Italy ].

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  • German prosecutors drop probe over Erdogan poem

    German prosecutors drop probe over Erdogan poem

    The comedian was reacting to Ankara's decision to summon Germany's ambassador in protest at another satirical song broadcast on German TV which lampooned Erdogan in far tamer language. But prosecutors announced on Tuesday that there was insufficient evidence a crime had been committed. Not least - and I say this with great pride - because the Chancellor in Germany can not allow the prosecution of a person for a "crime" which has also been committed by the British Foreign Secretary.

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  • Trump rejects 'political correctness' in the military

    Reports that Donald Trump may have paid no income taxes for almost two decades show the Republican presidential nominee is a genius , his closest allies have said . Trump complained earlier this week that his microphone was messed up, and the Commission on Presidential Debates admitted Friday that there was an issue with his audio.

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  • U.S. suspends cooperation with Russian Federation to end war in Syria

    U.S. suspends cooperation with Russian Federation to end war in Syria

    Russia's top diplomat described the suspension as a "forced measure" and added that the way the United States disposes of weapons-grade plutonium did not ensure the irreversibility of its military use. The suspended nuclear accord, signed in 2000 and updated in 2010, required both countries to dispose of 34 tons of weapons-grade plutonium. White House says ´patience with Russian Federation has run out´ was posted in World of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on October 04, ...

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  • India has never coveted any country's lands: Narendra Modi

    India has never coveted any country's lands: Narendra Modi

    In his video, Kejriwal urged the Prime Minister to come out with the proofs of the attack. Pakistan is conspiring and lying about not conducting surgical strikes . "I am agitated by such media reports where people are raising doubts over the strikes", said he. But he urged the prime minister to unmask what he called Pakistan's "dirty politics" to deny the army strikes and quoted reports by CNN , BBC and other worldwide media that raise doubts about India's version.

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  • Trump has a challenging week with a tax revelation

    Trump has a challenging week with a tax revelation

    Trump made no reference to either issue at a forum with veterans at a Virginia appearance. The New York Times dropped a bombshell by reporting that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump might have avoided paying any federal taxes for 18 years using a loophole that benefits wealthy families: by declaring almost a billion dollar loss.

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