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  • Trump condemns Clinton's 'deplorables' label on his backers

    Trump condemns Clinton's 'deplorables' label on his backers

    You can't deny the fact that if you go on white nationalist website Stormfront, they love their glorious leader Donald Trump. Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway fired back. All that suggests the remark may not have been one the campaign was trying to hide. The statement was aimed at shutting down the negative reaction by the Trump campaign and preserving Clinton's appeal to moderate Republicans and independents.

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  • Stunning final play gives Central Michigan win over Okla

    Stunning final play gives Central Michigan win over Okla

    The Big 12 has issued a statement regarding the controversial ending to the Oklahoma State-Central Michigan game on Saturday, and it doesn't spell good news for the Cowboys. Nonetheless, the outcome will stand. The Cowboys practice and rehearse it, too. After being held scoreless in the first quarter by Nevada (1-1), the Irish (1-1) took control with a 25-point second quarter - the most points in the quarter for Notre Dame since scoring 28 points against Pittsburgh in Charlie Weis' debut ...

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  • GOP ticket quick to deplore Clinton's 'deplorables' comment

    GOP ticket quick to deplore Clinton's 'deplorables' comment

    Most voters see Clinton's family foundation, which has come under sharp criticism from Trump over how donors to the foundation interacted with Clinton while she was secretary of state, as an organization that should be shuttered if Clinton is elected to avoid possible conflict of interest, with a sizable share saying it should be closed down now.

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  • Muslim community observes Eid al-Adha

    Muslim community observes Eid al-Adha

    This Eid honors the willingness of Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son, as an act of submission to God's command. Kevy Place, will begin prayers at 8:30 a.m. Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump could have even said - and be telling the truth this time - that he saw Muslims celebrating on 9/11. Asian countries, however, will celebrate the Greater Eid on September 13.

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  • Iran crude oil exports seen at 2.2 mbpd

    Iran crude oil exports seen at 2.2 mbpd

    The difference between requested levels and current production would amount to over 0.5 million bpd or half a percent of global oil consumption. Both main contracts had soared more than US$2 on Thursday and Brent briefly went above US$50 a barrel after the US Department of Energy said the nation's commercial crude inventories slumped by 14.5 million barrels, the sharpest weekly drop in 17 years.

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  • Robed women petrol-bomb police station in Kenya's Mombasa

    Robed women petrol-bomb police station in Kenya's Mombasa

    Speaking to the Star on phone, police spokesperson Charles Owino said they have also identified the two women who were killed. Police bomb squad officers were preparing to detonate the explosives recovered from the three dead, and people who had been detained at the attacked station for other crimes were being moved offsite by officers.

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  • Kashmir unrest: Rajnath chairs high-level meeting

    Kashmir unrest: Rajnath chairs high-level meeting

    The new goal is "to reclaim state authority in rural areas of South Kashmir ", the NDTV reported citing military sources. The Indian Army on Friday deployed soldiers in four southern districts of Jammu and Kashmir that saw the worst violence during the ongoing unrest in the state.

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  • Five dead in strife-torn Indian Kashmir

    Five dead in strife-torn Indian Kashmir

    Normal life continued to remain affected in the Kashmir Valley as educational institutions, main markets, public transport as well as other businesses were closed. So far, at least 77 civilian protestors have been killed by the Indian forces and, according to data gathered from various hospitals across the state, more than 9,000 others have been wounded, many of them permanently maimed and blinded.

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  • Iran welcomes Syria cease-fire

    Contrasting casualty figures are common in the aftermath of attacks in Syria. In a letter to armed opposition groups seen by Reuters, Ratney urged them to abide by the U.S. The February cease-fire began falling apart within weeks, and in the months since, Russian Federation has stepped up its support for Assad by sending its jets to bomb Aleppo and other areas controlled by rebels.

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  • Ohio State: Game story

    Ohio State: Game story

    TULSA: The Golden Hurricane played tough against Barrett and the Ohio State offence in the first half, but Tulsa's offence made too many mistakes to stay in the game. The Buckeyes are outscoring their opponents 125-13 through two games. "They run some more stuff (on defense), they're going to blitz us more, so it's just kind of like another step up from Bowling Green".

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  • Fundraising site taken down for man charged in hot car death

    Fundraising site taken down for man charged in hot car death

    Lawson , his 23-month-old son, was pronounced dead at Mease Countryside Hospital. The toddler's father was arrested and charged with aggravated manslaughter , the network quoted sheriff's spokesperson as saying. Gualtieri said the father was visibly upset because it was an unintentional act, but warned that parents needed to do better, watching over their children.

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  • French premier warns about radicalization as boy is arrested

    French premier warns about radicalization as boy is arrested

    A security official said Sunday that the boy was arrested a day earlier after France's intelligence services "detected a threat". Ornella G., who was on security service files for plans to get to Syria, was arrested in southern France on Tuesday with her partner, who was later released, investigators said.

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  • Two youths killed in Kashmir fresh violence, unrest continues

    Two youths killed in Kashmir fresh violence, unrest continues

    Almost 80 people have been killed in similar clashes and around 10,000 injured since protests erupted in Kashmir in July after the killing of terrorist Burhan Wani. Bhat sustained pellet injuries, he said. The valley has been observing a separatist-called shutdown for over two months. The clashes were going on in the area till reports last came in, he added.

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  • Florida prisons on lockdown on day of national 'strike'

    Florida prisons on lockdown on day of national 'strike'

    The facility is not on lockdown. The unrest comes as grassroots prison advocacy groups have called for a nationwide strike to protest what they call "slave-like" conditions and inhumane treatment at prisons across the country. Bob Horton, an ADOC spokesman, stated that inmates who work at the tag plant earn 25-75 cents per hour. The latest incident comes on the eve of a nationwide prison protest scheduled for Friday, Sept.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note7 Users Urged to Turn Off Phones

    Samsung Galaxy Note7 Users Urged to Turn Off Phones

    The company managed a recall operation even though the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wasn't involved. On Thursday, the Federal Aviation Administration warned flyers not to put the Note7 smartphone in their checked bags or turn them on or charge them during flights.

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  • Kerber wins US Open for 2nd major title of breakthrough year

    That season, Kerber had lost her opening match at five straight events during one stretch and 10 times overall " including the year's first three Grand Slams. On one that went 15 shots, Pliskova tried a drop shot that Kerber sprinted to reach before scooping a down-the-line forehand victor to a corner. Talking to USOpen.org, Kerber said that the trophy meant a lot to her.

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  • Donald Trump visits black church 'to listen'

    Donald Trump visits black church 'to listen'

    He acknowledged the discrimination blacks still face in the country and pledged to work to heal it. "We're one nation and when anyone hurts, we all hurt together and that's so true.We're all brothers and sisters, all created by the same God.

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  • Wenger gives verdict on last-gasp Arsenal win

    The Gunners came back from 1-0 down to win 2-1, Santi Cazorla scoring deep into injury-time after substitute Olivier Giroud was brought down in the box by Jose Fonte. "Obviously we did so, so we are happy with the three points and we go game by game and try to improve every day". "I want to stay with the positives of this game".

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  • Faithful await hajj on historic Saudi mountaintop

    Makkah: Close to two million pilgrims converged on the western Saudi Arabian city of Makkah will begin to start heading to the holy site of Mina in the next few hours as Haj begins today. Iran reported the largest number of stampede victims, at 464, and its pilgrims are excluded for the first time in decades after the regional rivals failed to agree on security and logistics.

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  • Pence releases tax returns, while Trump's remain a secret

    Kaine made an important observation in noting that the irrational hostility toward President Obama is behind Trump and Pence's willingness to cast aside good sense. You are not allowed to be a president if you're not born in this country. "I believe it, he believes it, we all believe it". Donald Trump hasn't publicity released his tax returns .

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  • Boris Johnson 'Separated From Reality' Over Syria Peace Plan

    The gall of those who demand the removal of a government that has played an indispensable role in the country's survival over 5 long years of unremittingly brutal conflict against the forces of hell, unleashed as a direct result of the destabilization of the region by the United States and its allies starting with the war in Iraq back in 2003, is simply staggering.

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  • Duterte says 'not a fan' of US, plots own course

    The President added that the people and the interests of the country will take precedence in resolving global disputes. He also said that the Philippines is "open for business" during the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit. He said the 10-member organisation should work together "to ensure that the economic gains we made so far will advance at full speed". Early in his presidency, he briefly boycotted media after his remarks that most murdered journalists were corrupt drew criticism, ...

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  • Hajj 2016: More than 1.5m Muslims descend on Mina

    Hajj 2016: More than 1.5m Muslims descend on Mina

    In a message on the occasion earlier on Monday, Ayatollah Khamenei strongly slammed "murderous" Saudi rulers for refusing to allow an worldwide probe into last year's deadly Mina crush, urging Muslims to "correctly understand their (Saudis') blasphemous, faithless, dependent and materialistic nature".

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  • USA and Russian Federation agree to joint air strikes in Syria

    The truce deal follows heavy fighting around Aleppo in recent weeks in which the rebels fought unsuccessfully to break the government siege. The United States and Russian Federation have backed opposite sides in Syria's civil war, with few signs of an end in sight to more than five years of conflict, which killed more than 400,000 people.

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  • More than 100 injured in alleged Aleppo chlorine attack, doctors say

    The Aleppo branch of the Syrian Civil Defense search and rescue organization put the initial casualty toll at 20 dead and more than 40 wounded, but conflicting counts are common in the aftermath of airstrikes. "Activists have complained that worldwide communities are not doing what they can", he said. "We are disturbed by the recent allegations of the use of toxic chemicals in Aleppo ".

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  • Here's how much (or little) Apple's iPhone has changed through the years

    Apple has done what many fans feared and removed the headphone jack from its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus . Yes, and they look just like the usual white headphones Apple gives out, but one end looks like a charging cable. And Nintendo made an appearance to announce a long-awaited Super Mario game for the iPhone. Biggest new addition to the Watch series 2 is the built-in Global Positioning System support, and it does not require you to carry your phone while running or walking.

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  • Ban Ki-Moon slams powerful N. Korean nuclear test blast

    Since 2011, when the current country's leader Kim Jong-un came to power, North Korea has carried out more than 30 missile tests, with the country's military activities intensifying in 2016. Council members have frequently warned North Korea that further significant measures would be taken in response to additional nuclear tests. It will raise serious worries in many world capitals that North Korea has moved another step closer to its goal of a nuclear-armed missile that could one day ...

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  • Tanzania quake kills at least 11; president says many dead

    Geological Survey. Pictures posted on social media showed residents of Bukoba gathered in the streets, with rows of wrecked buildings nearby. A minor natural disaster of magnitude 4.1 today struck in Delhi, National Capital Region also minor tremors were felt in Gurgaon, Haryana, news agency ANI reported.

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  • UB40 backs UK opposition leader Corbyn in leadership contest

    Smith has repeatedly criticised Corbyn for being an ineffective opposition leader ever since he first announced his candidacy. "I think some of the people around Jeremy are absolutely encouraging it, of that there is no doubt", he said. "When Labour gets back into power, Britain will lead the world in action on climate change". But the Owen Smith campaign dismissed the numbers as a "blind assertion".

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  • Searchers respond to midair aircraft collision in Alaska

    Searchers respond to midair aircraft collision in Alaska

    The collision involved a Hageland Aviation Cessna 208 Caravan carrying three people and a Renfro's Alaska Adventures Piper PA-18 Super Cub with two people inside, said Candis A. The Alaska State Troopers also responded. Emergency clinicians have been made available in Bethel at YKHC's Family Center. An Alaska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter - carrying medics - left Bethel for the crash site and was expected to arrive about 1:30 p.m., Olmstead said.

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  • Hillary Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, postpones Northeast Ohio campaign visit

    Hillary Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, postpones Northeast Ohio campaign visit

    Virginia Senator and vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine will make a campaign stop in Hampton Roads on Friday. He is also expected to discuss why Clinton is the best candidate for residents and students. Officials say the Virginia senator will promote Hillary Clinton's plans related to college debt. "I mean that would be unfair", Kaine said. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are pushing ahead in top presidential battlegrounds with Labor Day behind them.

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