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  • Tony Blair wants another vote on Brexit

    The economy was lifted by growth in services, particularly films, retail and computer programming. The stronger than expected growth will further dampen expectations that the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee will cut interest rates next week.

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  • NATO allies advance plans for east Europe troop deployment

    Michael Fallon, UK Defence Secretary confirmed a full sized battalion supported by Danish and French companies. "Sweden is no longer part of any buffer zone", said Sten Tolgfors, who was Swedish defense minister between 2007 and 2012. They range from high school students to lawyers and doctors. US Defense Secretary Ash Carter also said that the United States will boost its presence in Europe with a brigade - usually some 1,500-3,000 troops - being deployed to Poland in February, among ...

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  • Jimbo Fisher Fined $20K For Criticizing ACC Officials

    Jimbo Fisher Fined $20K For Criticizing ACC Officials

    Florida State running back Dalvin Cook sheds Clemson safety Van Smith during a 70-yard touchdown run in the second half of an NCAA college football game in Tallahassee, Fla ., Saturday, Oct. It's a call you can't make in a game like that. "It was ridiculous", Fisher fumed. In a press release issued by the conference on Sunday afternoon, institutional fines amounted to $20,000 for Florida State, and $5,000 for Pittsburgh, as a result of violations to the ACC's Sportsmanship Policy.

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  • Deadlines for requesting Maryland absentee ballots nearing

    Deadlines for requesting Maryland absentee ballots nearing

    Graves said photo identification is required for a person to vote, and poll workers check after each ballot is received to make sure the voter number goes up one number. Recent polls have contended that Clinton enjoys a comfortable lead over Trump among Rocky Mountain state voters. Mr. Thomas, whose home state has no early voting , spoke at Jerusalem Baptist Church on Dorr Street, Abundant Life Ministries on Glendale Avenue, and at Friendship Baptist Church on Nebraska Avenue.

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  • Ranbir Kapoor's 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' leaves Salman Khan's 'Sultan' behind

    The movies did not register a hike in their collections, but trade experts believe the coming days look bright. However, it is ADHM that stood higher than the Ajay-directed film at the box office . Both the films released on Friday, ahead of the festive occasion of Diwali which will be celebrated on Sunday across the country. Morning shows occupancy is very well where the movie opened up with the 70% occupancy.

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  • UKIP Candidate Kassam Withdraws From Leadership Race

    UKIP Candidate Kassam Withdraws From Leadership Race

    He said he had complained to UKIP chariman Paul Oakden about MEPs using party databases to "effectively campaign against me", insisting it was "ostensibly against the rules". "This was a very hard decision, and I want to thank everyone who supported me in the process". Mr Kassam urged his supporters to back Peter Whittle for party leader.

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  • Venezuela's Maduro pledges to crush looming strike

    At the same time, he moved to placate hard-up citizens by promising to raise the minimum wage by 40 per cent. Huge crowds of demonstrators rallied in the streets of Venezuela's capital and in cities across the country, after authorities halted a campaign to hold a recall election meant to oust the country's deeply unpopular president, Nicolas Maduro.

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  • No 'criminal act' in case of FBI agent's wife

    No 'criminal act' in case of FBI agent's wife

    The Wall Street Journal reported in an October 23 story that a political action committee operated by Terry McAuliffe gave $467,500 to a state senate candidate in 2015. Please Wait while comments are loading. It's true that McAuliffe has longstanding ties with Clinton and her husband. Virginia Republicans armed with photos now are questioning the FBI's response concerning Andrew McCabe's role in his wife's political efforts.

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  • Hockey: India eye semis spot in Asian Champions Trophy

    Hockey: India eye semis spot in Asian Champions Trophy

    Pakistan's Muhammad Rizwan Sr replied with a goal in the 31st minute. The first of these two goals was scored by drag-flicker Rupinder in the 43rd minute via a penalty corner and then in the 44th minute Ramandeep scored a field goal. Pakistan are the defending champions, but it is India who come into the match as favourites. Score India 2-2 Pakistan. Let us look at how twitteratis responded to India's desired win over Pakistan.

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  • Syria peace talks resume but with few expectations

    Syria peace talks resume but with few expectations

    A proposed joint cooperation deal between Moscow and Washington was scuppered last month, following a United States airstrike on a Syrian army unit, which Pentagon says was accidental, and a bombing of a UN aid convoy, which most Western powers insist was carried out by Russian Federation, which denies responsibility.

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  • United Nations welcomes release of 21 Chibok girls

    A source with details of the negotiation says unlike the release of the 21 girls last Thursday, the release of the remaining girls will be strictly based on the swap of about 16 of the group's Commanders held in detention and payment of ransom.

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  • Eleanor Holmes Norton To Reunite With 'Old Rival' Stephen Colbert

    Eleanor Holmes Norton To Reunite With 'Old Rival' Stephen Colbert

    Yes, instead of calming the nerves of his campaign staff by reversing his refusal during the previous night's debate to say whether he will accept the election results on November 8, Trump did what he also does and doubled down. As Stephen Colbert points out, the groups of people who threaten to move to Canada with every presidential election are running out of time to make their decision.

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  • Dollar hits 7-month high against loonie after soft Canadian retail sales

    Dollar hits 7-month high against loonie after soft Canadian retail sales

    That indicates slightly higher inflation compared with August when the index was up 1.1 per cent. The Loonie has crashed after the release of the Canadian economic data, the figures have disappointed, the Consumer Price Index has increased only by 0.1% in September, less compared to the 0.2% estimate, however the CPI has finally increased after 2 decreasing months, while the Core CPI rose only by 0.2% in September, matching expectations.

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  • Boko Haram Releases 21 Chibok Girls

    Local sources said their release was part of a prisoner swap with the Nigerian government, but the authorities denied doing a deal with Boko Haram . The government says negotiations continue to win their freedom. - Some of the commanders of Boko Haram made a decision to release only 20 out of the 104 girls to the government as a "test of the level of sincerity of the Federal Government to do business with the sect".

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  • 'Killer clowns' craze set to worsen before Halloween, police warn

    However stories involving so-called killer clowns are damaging to a clown's reputation, according to Rhubarb. Tucked in a passageway, a clown lurks with the intention of scaring children as they walk to school. He added: "We have received a number of reports of people being intimidated or frightened by others dressed as clowns". It is the latest incident in a freakish craze that is causing West Mercia Police increasing concern.

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  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Comes Fall 2017

    Red Dead Redemption 2 Comes Fall 2017

    GTA Online quickly turned into a great moneymaker and Red Dead Redemption 2's online multiplayer mode will likely enjoy similar success, bringing a substantial revenue to both Rockstar and Take Two Interactive. Rockstar's tweet, which showed a new image, confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2 is dropping in fall 2017 . Like the previous two images the latest teaser is now being poured over with fans analysing every small detail of the new poster for hints at what Rockstar has got ...

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  • Hospital fire in India kills 19

    He said the department will leave no stone unturned to do whatever is necessary to ensure safety of the indoor patients and hospital staff as well. Carbon monoxide fumes spread through the air conditioner ducts of the hospital, causing numerous victims, who were on oxygen support, to suffocate.

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  • Russia, Syria halt air strikes on Aleppo: Moscow

    Russia, Syria halt air strikes on Aleppo: Moscow

    However, Russian and Syrian forces have only escalated their aerial and ground assault on the rebel-held areas in recent weeks. The cessation came hours after airstrikes over the rebel-held east of the city killed 20 members of the same family - including nine children.

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  • United States admiral says missiles fired again at USS Mason near Yemen

    The destroyer used unspecified counter-measures against the incoming missiles, the official added. Multiple cruise missiles have been fired at a U.S. Navy, told CBS News. "All of our ships and crews are safe and unharmed". The latest attack on Mason follows a Wednesday retaliatory strike in response to earlier attacks on the ship.

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  • I 'wasn't impressed' when Clinton walked in front of me at debate

    I 'wasn't impressed' when Clinton walked in front of me at debate

    But that brings us back to the problem that has plagued Trump since the GOP primary: his inability to grow his support among the general electorate. The Republican National Committee has raised about 25 percent less over the past three months than it did over the same period four years ago, when Mitt Romney was atop the ticket.

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