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  • Putin to Kremlin Journalists: US Is Watching You

    And it will be at the time of our choosing". The Russian government has been officially accused by the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence for organizing a hack on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in an effort to influence the presidential election in November.

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  • Israeli leader blasts UN resolution on Jerusalem

    Israeli leader blasts UN resolution on Jerusalem

    The Oct. 13 resolution by UNESCO , the UN's cultural agency, sends a "clear message here to Israel that it must end the occupation and recognize a Palestinian state with [eastern] Jerusalem as its capital", Nabil Abu-Rudeineh, spokesman for PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas, told Haaretz .

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  • Pressure mounts on Theresa May over airport expansion decision

    In a letter to the prime minister, 50 MPs and representatives from the major parties in the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish devolved assemblies urged May to approve the third runway. In 2009, David Cameron, the former premier, famously said "no ifs no buts" no third runway at Heathrow but past year the Davies Commission recommended the west London hub should be expanded.

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  • Man City has 2 penalties saved, draws 1-1 with Everton

    Guardiola, though, insists he has bigger priorities than penalty practice as he attempts to get his team back to form. "In the last decade they [Barcelona] dominate football and I love the way they play". "We are going to try to win the first points in the next game". This game however ended all square but City were by far the better of the sides, as they had 70% possession.

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  • Email: Clinton campaign sought to cancel Wall Street speech

    The internal emails reveal Clinton staffers' attempts to reason with a wealthy political candidate who didn't appreciate the potential damage that could be done if her husband ― referred to as "WJC" in the communications ― spoke to a prominent Wall Street firm just three days after she formally announced her presidential campaign.

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  • Security tight at Indian beach resort venue of BRICS summit

    Security tight at Indian beach resort venue of BRICS summit

    India will purchase about 200 of the choppers to replace its ageing fleet under a joint venture over several years, with some manufactured in India, as it reduces its reliance on military imports. Putin has been seeking to seal deals with India in an attempt to help revive Russia's recession-hit economy, following sliding oil prices and Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.

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  • Oil Holds Above $50 Amid Uncertainty Over Russia Supply Stance

    But Igor Sechin, Russia's most influential oil executive and the head of Rosneft, told Reuters in an interview his company will not cut or freeze oil production as part of a possible agreement with OPEC . OPEC estimates its current output is around 33.24 million barrels each day, and it has not cut its output since 2008. Barkindo had applauded Tuesday the tighter cooperation between Russian Federation and the cartel, which last month at a meeting in Algiers agreed its first production cut ...

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  • India To Buy Game Changer S-400 Air Defence System From Russia

    Last December, New Delhi and Moscow signed a preliminary agreement on the manufacture of Ka-226T military helicopters in India under the Make in India scheme. The $4 billion pact for the four 4,000-tonne guided-missile stealth frigates also has some strategic content to it though it is not acknowledged in public.

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  • IS conflict: Booby-trapped drone kills Kurdish fighters in Iraq

    The drone appeared to be carrying a C-4 charge and batteries, and may have had a timer on it, according to an anonymous USA military official. Families face a awful choice between staying in ISIS controlled areas where many have reportedly suffered extreme violence and food shortages, or risking explosive devices and bullets to escape the fighting.

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  • Cannot have differences on terror: Modi to Xi

    The Prime Minister said no country is immune from terrorism and on this issue, we can not afford to have any differences, ” MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup told reporters. Replying to questions whether China has softened on its stand on India's membership, Swarup said, "This shows there is dialogue, a good strategic dialogue".

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  • North Carolina governor: Flooded historic town will get help

    North Carolina governor: Flooded historic town will get help

    Duke Energy released a statement saying floodwater rose over inactive basins covered in shrubs, trees and other plants. Brazilian peacekeepers and a police officer from the United Nations Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) head out on patrol to the town of Jeremie, which was heavily damaged by Hurricane Matthew.

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  • Inspector makes for musical Fire Prevention Week in Dells

    Inspector makes for musical Fire Prevention Week in Dells

    But the big emphasis was on having an escape plan and knowing exactly what to do if a fire breaks out, CBS2's Cindy Hsu reported. Ostroskey said the 1975 cutoff date for single, double, and triple family homes was chosen because homes built after that year were already required by the state building code to have hard-wired power supplies for smoke detectors.

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  • Israel suspends cooperation with UNESCO, calling resolution 'antisemitic'

    Israel has suspended ties with UNESCO , the United Nations body in charge of preserving culture and history, after a draft decision that Israel says ignores Judaism's ties to the religion's holiest site. The resolution was backed by 24 countries. A total of 26 countries, including Albania, Argentina, France, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Spain and Sweden abstained from the vote.

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  • Five things about the Walloons and free trade

    After being apprised of the veto, Canada dispatched Pierre Pettegrew, a former federal trade and foreign minister, to meet with leaders of the Wallonia region in Paris to try to salvage the deal, CTV television news reported. The pact would cut trade barriers between the EU's market of more than 500 million people and Canada, the world's 10th-biggest economy. If Belgium can not sign, CETA will not come into force.

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  • Putin Says Militants in Aleppo Use Civilians as Shields

    It was not immediately clear whether Iran would be represented. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday accused France of deliberately luring Moscow into vetoing a United Nations resolution on Syria and suggested Paris was doing the bidding of the United States.

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  • Man Dead After Conn. Plane Crash Used ILL. Address, Didn't Live There

    The Hartford Courant newspaper said the crash appears to have been a case of suicide, reporting that nothing had yet been found to indicate terrorism. When asked if there is a no-fly zone over the Pratt & Whitney complex in East Hartford, Malloy said, "That's a rather large site, so I hadn't considered that - next to an global airport, as well as a local airport that has limited-size airplanes available to it".

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  • Missiles from Yemen hit near United States destroyer

    Yemen is an impoverished country on the southwestern tip of the Arabian Peninsula next to Bab-el-Mandeb, a narrow strait separating Yemen and the Horn of Africa that joins the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean . A ballistic missile fired from Yemen apparently targeted a Saudi air base near the Muslim holy city of Mecca, the deepest strike yet into the kingdom by Shiite rebels and their allies.

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  • Judge refuses to declare mistrial in Rose rape case

    Judge refuses to declare mistrial in Rose rape case

    Speaking before the NBA's second preseason game in China on Wednesday, Silver said he planned to hold meetings next week in an ongoing process that will include several team owners, National Basketball Players Association Executive Director Michele Roberts and Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul , the players' association president.

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  • Pound drops to lowest level since 1985

    Pound drops to lowest level since 1985

    At the annual Conservative conference in England's second city of Birmingham, those who want a quick and dramatic separation think they have the upper hand. "Brexit continues to be the word of the day, with the markets somewhat caught between the future consequences of Britain's separation from the European Union and the lack of discernible impact in the past few months", said Connor Campbell, analyst at the financial spread betting firm Spreadex.

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  • Local Red Cross volunteers aid in Hurricane Matthew recovery

    Local Red Cross volunteers aid in Hurricane Matthew recovery

    The aforementioned areas have been stricken with power outages and record-breaking flooding, according to reports; however, the Red Cross' primary goal is to feed people, Barrios said. Ferguson is among 40 volunteers deployed to affected areas from the Ohio Buckeye Region. They were relatively new to the community then, but they did not hesitate about stepping up and helping our people when they were in need.

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  • Transcript of Trump statement on comments from 2005

    Transcript of Trump statement on comments from 2005

    The failed steak salesman and compulsive kisser told The Wall Street Journal on Saturday that there's "zero chance" he would leave the race. Rooney, in a statement released by his communications director, Meghan Rodgers , said he couldn't in any good faith support Trump after the comments.

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  • Clinton talks paid leave; Trump hits back on taxes

    Clinton talks paid leave; Trump hits back on taxes

    The leaked tax returns show that in thecalendar year covered by his 1995 tax documents, Trump declared on his NY state tax form business income of more than $3.4 million. "While I would hope all of our children would aspire to be president, neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton have set a good example, and I wouldn't hold up either of them as role models for my kids".

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  • Call that ended officers lives was among most unpredictable

    Call that ended officers lives was among most unpredictable

    Reyes took a deep breath and gripped the lectern for support as he spoke of the two victims: Officers Jose " Gil " Vega, 63, and Lesley Zerebny, 27. They were shot at the front door, the police have said. Mourners created a memorial that included flower bouquets, written messages, candles and balloons. He has been charged with two counts of murder of a police officer and one count of attempted murder of a police officer, Palm Springs jail records show.

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