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  • Gabon court expected on disputed presidential election

    On his end, president Bongo renewed calls for political dialogue with the opposition and urged unity amongst citizens. Bongo's camp had called for Ping to be banned from standing for the presidency again for 10 years, for inciting violence immediately after the election.

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  • Turkey not plans to send infantry to Syria

    Turkey not plans to send infantry to Syria

    In an incursion that began on August 24, Turkish special forces, tanks and artillery, backed by coalition air strikes, have supported opposition fighters against IS jihadists. He also said a United Nations convoy hit inside Syria earlier this week was struck by regime forces while entering Aleppo , where almost 300,000 residents are in need of humanitarian aid amid an ongoing siege.

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  • Here is How You Charge Your iPhone 7 While Listening To Music

    Here is How You Charge Your iPhone 7 While Listening To Music

    Yes, wireless Bluetooth headphones have been around for years, and they work with every smartphone out there - not just the iPhone 7 . For more stay tune to TheNewsRecorder.com and don't forget to bookmark us. The iPhone 7 , with 4.7-inch display, is $649. We expect this pricing to be at least R10,000 more given that the USA price difference is $120 between the two .

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  • Obama says USA prepared to lift Myanmar sanctions

    Myanmar economists and businessmen on Thursday welcomed President Barack Obama's announcement that the US will lift economic sanctions and restore long-lost trade benefits to the Southeast Asian country as it emerges from half a century of oppressive military rule.

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  • Survivors and witnesses speak of Egypt migrant shipwreck

    Overloading is believed to have caused the boat to sink. In June, a boat capsized near Sicily, drowning at least 169 refugees. He said he was among around 100 people in a hold used to store fish when the vessel capsized. Thousands of illegal migrants have made the risky sea voyage across the Mediterranean in recent years fleeing war and poverty, mostly via lawless Libya.

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  • Indianapolis Colts report card from loss to Lions

    If Twitter exists for nothing else, it's there to allow frustrated football viewers to yell at coaches - whether they are fans of the team in question or merely crusading to get it "right" - about the proper use of the game clock. Chuck could have bled clock AND still called the timeout . The Colts are 1-4 in openers under Pagano, dropping their last three. We could throw it anywhere with no penalty, really.

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  • Hillary Clinton Is A Deadpan Delight on 'Between Two Ferns'

    Hillary Clinton fielded oddball questions on power ties, pant suits and the Scott Baio vote on the online comedy program, " Between Two Ferns ". Clinton's eyes might have rolled a little on that one. Clinton deadpanned, "I think it absolutely proves their case, don't you?" Stick around for the last 45 seconds, in which Galifianakis cuts Clinton off to play a word from a sponsor - whose name rhymes with "dump", and who paid for the spot with steaks.

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  • UKIP elects new leader amid acrimony after European Union vote victory

    UKIP elects new leader amid acrimony after European Union vote victory

    The announcement came at the party's annual conference in Bournemouth, south United Kingdom, the party's first major conference since the European Union referendum result. A rift emerged between the two men when Mr Hamilton was chosen by a majority of UKIP's seven AMs to lead them in the Senedd following the election in May.

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  • Police video shows officer pepper spraying Maryland girl, 15

    The video shows an officer arriving at the scene of a bicycle-car collision, and the girl, apparently unhurt, getting off her bike and walking away. Paul Kifer has said the white officer who arrested the mixed-race girl had to subdue her with chemical spray to get her into a cruiser for a ride to the police station after her bicycle hit a auto Sunday.

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  • Bomb Suspect Vowed 'Death to Your Oppression,' Feds Say

    His friends knew Rahami as "Mad", a shorter, modified version of his name, who presided at the storefront of the chicken restaurant, according to The Times report. Like several other USA terror suspects, investigators said Rahami also followed the preachings of Anwar al-Awlaki, the radical American-Yemeni cleric killed in a US drone strike in 2011.

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  • SolarCity raises $305 million from private fund

    SolarCity raises $305 million from private fund

    It was quite a good improvement over its first cash equity transactions. SolarCity ( SCTY ) stock rose Monday after the No. 1 residential solar installer announced new project equity funding, though an analyst pointed out that the company still has a funding gap.

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  • NYC Mayor Rips Trump's Call To Expand Stop-And-Frisk

    NYC Mayor Rips Trump's Call To Expand Stop-And-Frisk

    They asked me about Chicago and I was talking about stop and frisk for Chicago, where you had 3,000 shootings so far. "And you have to be proactive", Trump said during a pre-taped interview with Sean Hannity for a Wednesday night broadcast on Fox News .

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  • Royal Canadian Mint employee accused of burgling gold 'pucks' in rectum

    Royal Canadian Mint employee accused of burgling gold 'pucks' in rectum

    A decision from Justice Peter Doody with regard to the charges is expected on November 9. Lawrence was caught after a bank teller grew suspicious of his deposits. Lawrence was employed in the refinery section, where he would scoop gold from buckets so it could be tested for purity, the paper reported. Prosecutors revealed that prior to the court case they had examined the possibility - with a dedicated mint security person taking one for the team, by taking one of the cookie-sized pucks ...

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  • Google Releases Allo Messaging App

    Google Releases Allo Messaging App

    Or, that moment when you want to get answers to some out-of-the-box questions, or want to plan an outing with friends to the new cafe in town? The system works better as more data is fed to it. Unlike Facebook Messenger and Whatsapp , it assured us that it won't hang on to our messages forever. You can shut down the Google's AI by enabling incognito mode.

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  • Obama touts US military aid in meeting with Netanyahu

    The two men even tried to inject some warmth into their often chilly discussions. "We'll set up a tee time", Obama quipped amid laughter. The U.S. Obama himself seemed to acknowledge that their closed-door meetings have been contentious. In Israel, such pressure would probably be seen as Obama's revenge on Netanyahu, who a year ago slammed the president's push to reach a deal with Iran to constrain its nuclear program during a speech to a joint meeting of Congress.

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  • Knife-wielding man shot outside Israeli embassy in Turkey

    Knife-wielding man shot outside Israeli embassy in Turkey

    Two assailants armed with knives targeted the embassy exchanging gunfire with police. A police officer posted at the embassy in the Gaziosmanpasa district in the south of Ankara, opened fire, injuring the individual in the leg after he ignored repeated warnings by police to drop his weapon.

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  • Loretta Lynch Addresses Shooting Deaths of Terence Crutcher, Keith Lamont Scott

    B.J. Murphy calls for an economic boycott of Charlotte businesses by the African-American community during a press conference in response to the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, in Charlotte, N.C. From Charlotte, to Tulsa and Chicago, police around the country are on edge. Video from WCCB-TV in Charlotte showed police in riot gear stretched across a two-lane road confronting protesters at the apartment complex later in the night.

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  • Syria's Assad says US strikes

    Syria's Assad says US strikes "flagrant aggression"

    The statement also clarifies that it "would never target a known Syrian military unit or actively support Daesh". Activists and rebel groups also accuse the government of violating the cease-fire. The station says Monday's airstrikes targeted IS positions in areas such as the Tharda Mountain, overlooking the airport of the city of Deir el-Zour.

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  • CBS Threatened With Lawsuit Over JonBenet Docuseries

    CBS Threatened With Lawsuit Over JonBenet Docuseries

    While many continue to believe that he's guilty for JonBenét Ramsey's murder , Burke Ramsey has now offered his personal theory for how his sister died December 26, 1996. Photo: Dr PhilThe team of investigators claim Burke lashed out at his sister over a fight with pineapple. During a recent appearance on the Dr. Phil Show, Burke said there is no evidence that he was involved in his sister's murder or that his parents, John and Patsy Ramsey , tried to cover up the crime to protect ...

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  • AAA: Gas shortage nearing end

    But Baker said motorists need to be patient as it still will take a few days for the fuel supply chain to fully recover after the line restarts. The company said Tuesday it plans for a temporary pipeline created to run off the main pipeline, which has leaked between 252,000 and 336,000 gallons since Sept.9, to be running by Wednesday.

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  • Police evacuate all schools on Canada's Prince Edward Island

    Police evacuate all schools on Canada's Prince Edward Island

    Baillie said bomb threats are hard to evaluate for credibility, but said authorities like to they err on the side of caution. He said it would take "weeks" for dogs to sniff out every inch of the schools. are now under an evacuation order due to a potential threat, say police. Both NSCC campuses received bomb threats just before 8 a.m. local time, police said.

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  • Officials suspend search for 3 boaters in Lake Superior

    Officials suspend search for 3 boaters in Lake Superior

    Mangaluru: A fisherman has been reported missing while five others were rescued after the boat they had set out for deep sea fishing, capsized off Alivebagilu near Ullal here. At about 9.30 pm, Coastal Security Police (CSP) informed Coast Guards regarding the incident of a boat sinking. Efforts to locate the fisherman are in progress by the Coast Guard, DIG K R Suresh, commander, Coast Guard Karnataka said.

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  • Bombing Suspect: Wireless Cellphone Alerts Explained

    Bombing Suspect: Wireless Cellphone Alerts Explained

    This is an extremely bad push alert to blast across the greater NY area. The message was simple: "Wanted: Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28-yr-old male". A spokesman for the State Police tells the New York Times the decision to release the message came from the authorities in New York City.

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  • New York, New Jersey bombings act of Terrorism, says US Govt

    Ramahi also refers to pipe bombs, pressure cookers and shooting police, USA officials say. (D-10th Dist.) told CNN that the bombings were a major undertaking for one person. He faces charges from federal prosecutors in both states. Rahami previously had been charged in New Jersey in connection with the shootout that led to his arrest Monday.

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  • Feds preview rules of the road for self-driving cars

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration thinks self-driving vehicles could be the biggest shift in American transportation since the automobile usurped the streetcar, and it released new guidelines for the emerging technology today so it can make sure that shift will create as few problems as possible.

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  • Palestinian stabs officers in Jerusalem and is shot

    A Palestinian assailant stabbed two police officers outside Jerusalem's Old City early on Monday and was shot, police said, following a bloody weekend that shattered weeks of relative calm. It came only hours after a similar alleged attack near Jerusalem's Old City in which a Palestinian was shot and injured by Israeli police. The violence has flared during the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha and before Jewish High Holy Days season Tishrei.

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  • Feds want to regulate drivers when the driver is the car

    State laws that cover driverless cars differ greatly, with some demanding that the vehicles have a human driver in them at all times or that they must have a steering wheel. In addition to this, the policy will make use of current regulatory rules to aid in the development of vehicles through allowing flexibility in the design as well as limited exemptions for testing (in the case of "Non-Traditional Vehicle Designs").

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  • Sprained thumb could leave struggling Bears without Cutler

    Sprained thumb could leave struggling Bears without Cutler

    He threw off his back foot directly to linebacker Nigel Bradham, who returned it 28 yards to the Bears' 2 yard-line. I always tend to find the positives in most situations and after a 6-10 season in 2015 where John Fox kept the Bears relatively competitive, it's looking ugly thus far.

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  • Soldier Dies, Several Terrorists Killed As Army Stops Infiltration In Kashmir

    Soldier Dies, Several Terrorists Killed As Army Stops Infiltration In Kashmir

    The Army Commander reviewed the deployment in the entire region and appreciated efforts being made by all the security agencies to enhance the levels of preparedness, he said. The NIA is focussing on the combustible substance used by the four terrorists to set fire to tents inside the administrative unit near the brigade headquarters, close to the Line of Control.

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  • Palestinian stabs Israeli officer amid new surge in violence

    The officers attacked in Hebron were securing a holy site known to Jews as the Tomb of the Patriarchs and to Muslims... The second officer, a man, shot and wounded the assailant. Israeli police said Amro rushed out of Jerusalem's Old City armed with knives and tried to stab officers before being shot dead. More than two dozen Israeli forces and settlers along with a number of foreigners have also been killed since the crackdown began in the year-long violence gripping the occupied ...

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  • Obama sets timetable to lift Myanmar sanctions

    Myanmar economists and businessmen welcome President Barack Obamas announcement that the USA will lift economic sanctions and restore long-lost trade benefits to the Southeast Asian country. The biggest question for the Obama administration is how far and how fast to lift remaining U.S. sanctions. The State Department said announcement during the historic visit of Suu Kyi is a testament to the tremendous change Myanmar has undergone in the past few years.

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