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  • Canada, China aim to strike free trade deal

    Trudeau said they want double bilateral trade by 2025. The Chinese premier says the fact he has visited Canada so quickly after Trudeau's trip to China last month demonstrates how rapidly relations are progressing between the two countries.

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  • Clinton, Trump debate may see Super Bowl type ratings

    It will begin at 9 p.m. and will run for 90 minutes without commercial interruption. Some say they definitely plan to watch while others were on the fence. A source for Time said the filter will be replaced during the debate with a surprise filter that won't include an attack on Clinton. The Clinton campaign subsequently said she had been diagnosed with pneumonia.

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  • At least 10 Turkish troops killed in PKK attacks

    At least 10 Turkish troops killed in PKK attacks

    PKK terrorists had detonated explosives as a military vehicle carrying soldiers and village guards passed by the Kiziltepe - Derik Highway, the source, who can not be named due to security concerns, said. Tens of thousands of people have died overall since the PKK — considered a terror organization by Turkey and its allies — took up arms in 1984. How could failed coup affect Kurdish peace process? .

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  • Documents: Mall shooting suspect confessed

    Lt. Mike Hawley with Island County Sheriff's office discusses the capture of Arcan Cetin, 20, who was wanted in connection with Friday's mass shooting at Cascade Mall in Burlington, Wash. Police Lt. Chris Cammock said the suspect walked into the mall without a weapon - and "about 10 minutes later, entered Macy's with a rifle". Shayla Martin, a 52-year-old Macy's makeup artist, also was shot.

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  • Clinton and Trump face off in first debate

    As Clinton and aides accuse him of being an unprincipled liar, Trump's performance could be decided by how he handles these kinds of questions. Yet Clinton, a national political figure for more than a quarter-century, also has more knowledge of the issues, and that creates a vulnerability for Trump.

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  • Jordanian writer shot dead while facing trial for cartoon mocking ISIS

    Hattar's relatives accused the government, including the prime minister and interior minister, of failing to protect the writer and of inciting the public against him. Jordan's highest official religious authority, Dar Al-Ifta, criticised Hattar for what it called an "insult to the divine entity, Islam and religious symbols".

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  • Leicester fullback Simpson: Forget Man Utd, it's all about Porto

    The England worldwide would have hoped for more goals given the way last season went, and maybe a big performance on Tuesday is what's required to get him back scoring regularly. "They are used to staying at the top of their league". "I spoke with Slimani about Porto ". We can pull, but now they are scared about it. The now Nuno Espirito Santo-managed team were eliminated in the group phase last season; however, they were quarter-finalists in 2014/15 and have reached the Champions League ...

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  • Lea Michele Plays "Who Would You Rather", Throws Shade at Tom Hiddleston!

    Eventually the audience and viewers found out that Michele would take Zac Efron any day, however, she is still open to dating Michael B. Jordan. "And to get that call saying, 'I'm writing another part for you". Speaking on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said: "I was pretty comfortable being naked but it was still odd. I can't, it's a lot". That relationship came to an end earlier this month.

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  • Prosecutor to probe disputed Bosnian Serb referendum

    Prosecutor to probe disputed Bosnian Serb referendum

    The referendum has led to the most heated debate between Bosnian Muslim and Bosnian Serb officials since the 1995 USA -brokered Dayton peace accords created Republika Srpska as one of two constituent states within Bosnia. The conflict, which left 100,000 people dead and displaced half the nation's population, saw Muslim Bosniaks and Catholic Croats persecuted and nearly entirely forced out.

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  • Syrian jets continue to pound Aleppo

    When the Syrian representative got up to speak, the U.S., French, and British delegations walked out. Russia's support for the Syrian government offensive is only playing into the hands of extremist groups, Earnest said. Madaya and Zabadani, near Damascus, are encircled by government forces while Fuaa and Kafraya in the northwest are besieged by hardline rebels. What's more, civilian infrastructure such as rescue centres and hospitals are now the explicit target of bombs, and were among ...

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  • IS Turning Mosul Into 'Hell on Earth — US Military

    The United Nations says that up to one million people may be displaced by the fighting. Recapturing the town of Shirqat posed another blow to Islamic State militants who have suffered major battlefield losses since late past year, shrinking the areas the extremists had controlled in western and northern Iraq since a mid-2014 blitz.

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  • Spain's regional elections give boost to Rajoy's party

    Spain's regional elections give boost to Rajoy's party

    Rajoy's PP easily romped to an absolute majority in his native Galicia, a conservative stronghold. The Basque Nationalist Party (PNV) won with 29 seats but fell short of the 38 needed for a majority in the northwestern region. Spain has never had a coalition government, and the country's main political parties are finding it near impossible to negotiate deals with opponents.

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  • Kevin Durant Disagreed With Criticism Of His Character Following Decision

    Kevin Durant Disagreed With Criticism Of His Character Following Decision

    Remember how recently Kevin Durant said that he and Russell Westbrook were cool? "I haven't talked to him", he said. Simmons: Do you feel like you got enough credit, just as somebody who loves basketball and is really smart about it, that part of why you did this was because it's gonna be so much fun to play in this offense with these guys? If it was, the 2010-11 Miami Heat, with LeBron James and Chris Bosh joining Dwyane Wade, would have won more regular-season games than the ...

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  • Charlotte has 4th night of protest over police shooting

    Charlotte has 4th night of protest over police shooting

    The two-minute, 16-second clip does not show the shooting itself, but captures the moments leading up to it, as Scott's wife pleads with officers not to open fire. Critics have accused Charlotte authorities of a lack of transparency overt the delay in releasing the footage, compared with the swift action taken after a police shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma , where a white officer has been charged.

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  • 6 shot, 3 others hurt in Houston neighborhood; gunman dead

    6 shot, 3 others hurt in Houston neighborhood; gunman dead

    Montalvo did not identify the man; Mayor Sylvester Turner told KTRK-TV that the lawyer was "disgruntled" and was "either fired or had a bad relationship with this law firm". It's very, very early. A gunman who died in a shootout with officers in Houston Monday was a lawyer who lived in the neighborhood and left a auto full of weapons near the scene, the city's police chief said.

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  • Trump acknowledges Jerusalem as capital of Israel

    Trump acknowledges Jerusalem as capital of Israel

    Trump met with Netanyahu amid widespread criticism that his campaign nurtures, or at least doesn't condemn, support from antisemites like David Duke and countless Twitter accounts. Trump's statement said only that the two men discussed the agreement at length; Trump in the past has said he would renegotiate the deal. "She stressed that "a strong and secure Israel is vital to the United States" and 'reaffirmed unwavering commitment" to the relationship.

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  • FBI Data Shows Increase In Murder, Violent Crime In 2015

    FBI Data Shows Increase In Murder, Violent Crime In 2015

    That increase in part reflects a change in the way agencies report rape . The estimated numbers for two of the three property crimes show declines when compared with the previous year's estimates. Rochester had the sixth lowest violent crime rate, with 25 violent crimes total, while Novi ranked 25th lowest, with 31 violent crimes. In 2009, the rate was 29.1 rapes per 100,000 residents.

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  • Key government witness to return to stand in bridge trial

    If Prieto does choose to bring charges against Christie, a vote along party lines would see the General Assembly vote to impeach the governor. A former Christie campaign staffer testified Kelly's office kept a spreadsheet noting what favors mayors had received and, on a scale from 1 to 10, their likelihood of endorsing Christie.

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  • Teenage surfer stable after shark attack at Australian beach

    Teenage surfer stable after shark attack at Australian beach

    Cooper reportedly told News Corp earlier this year he thought the barriers were "a waste of money" and surfers "risked shark attacks whenever they went into the water". "Lifeguards cleared the water and the injured teenager is being assessed by paramedics". "I don't think there is any need for it", he said at the time .

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  • Government's star witness set to take stand in bridge trial

    During opening statements, prosecutors said Wildstein will testify he bragged to Christie about the lane closures on the third day of the four-day shutdown. Baroni and Kelly face nine counts of conspiracy, misusing agency property, wire fraud and violating the civil rights of Fort Lee residents to travel freely.

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  • UK police arrest man in hacking of Pippa Middleton's phone

    Scotland Yard said they arrested the man on Saturday at an address in Northamptonshire, in the East Midlands region of England, "on suspicion of a Computer Misuse Act offence". "I would cosider (sic) these highly highly sought", the seller wrote to the Sun . Middleton announced her engagement to Matthews in July. A spokesperson has confirmed that "Miss Middleton's lawyers have been informed and, in due course, the police will too".

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  • MP says 'brave talks' are needed to unite Labour Party

    MP says 'brave talks' are needed to unite Labour Party

    In a TV interview, Mr Corbyn said: "The vast majority of MPs will have no problem whatsoever". "Clearly there are diverse views in the party on issues in the Middle East, but there is unity in the party in opposing any form anti-Semitism, any form of racism, in the party", Corbyn said.

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  • Trump, Netanyahu discuss Islamic State, Iran, Palestinians in meeting

    Trump recognized that Israel and its citizens have suffered far too long on the front lines of Islamic terrorism", the Trump campaign said. Haaretz reported that Kerry in the meeting said that Israelis and Palestinians are "moving in the direction of a binational state rather than a Palestinian state alongside Israel and are also headed toward war".

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  • Russian Federation to develop multi-party system: Putin

    Russian Federation to develop multi-party system: Putin

    However, these parties failed to get over the 5 percent threshold, a requirement for the State Duma. "We can announce already with certainty that the party secured a good result, that it won", Putin said after polls closed. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has arrived at the Parliament, where the PM has delivered a speech to the party members and thanked the Putin, who is the party founder and his support for the party by visiting the campaign office in ...

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  • Mother: Love for abducted Minnesota boy 'will never die'

    Mother: Love for abducted Minnesota boy 'will never die'

    ST. JOSEPH, Minn. - His face and story were known across the world. Jacob was kidnapped in 1989. Seating is full, but there will be an overflow area on the CSB campus with a simulcast of the service. It was important for Jacob that things were fair in sports and in life, Overturf said. From Patty's hard work on behalf of missing and exploited children we learned that an individual can make a difference.

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  • Clinton is healthy, mentally competent, fit to serve as president, doctor says

    Clinton is healthy, mentally competent, fit to serve as president, doctor says

    Hillary Clinton's doctor has updated her public statement with new info about Clinton's bout of pneumonia. She also takes a thyroid medication, as well as a blood thinner. Previously, Clinton has had diagnosed with blood clots, and in 2012 while she was secretary of state a blood clot was discovered in her brain while she was suffering from a concussion.

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  • 1 dead, 6 wounded in shootings near Illinois university campus

    1 dead, 6 wounded in shootings near Illinois university campus

    None of these victims was even involved in the incident or attended the party that started it all. "Police are seeking a suspect (s) in both shootings as well as the driver involved in the vehicle accident", the city's statement said. It is believed the two shooting incidents may be related. Korchev was walking by when he was shot. Police officers responded near the University of IL after receiving multiple reports of shots fired.

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  • New York Times endorses Clinton for president

    New York Times endorses Clinton for president

    Presidential Hillary Clinton will delay her trip to Charlotte after a plea on national television from the city's mayor Jennifer Roberts on CNN. The editorial - which will appear in print on Sunday, the day before the first presidential debate - emphasizes national security and cites Clinton's experience as secretary of state in saying she is better qualified to shape U.S.

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  • Twitterati hails Modi's fiery speech against Pakistan

    Pakistan's Foreign Ministry said Saturday evening that it would release an official reaction to Modi's comments later. Mr. Modi said, India has never bowed before terrorism nor will it ever. "But today I want to speak to people of Pakistan". He said that before the Uri attack, the Army and other security forces, including J&K police, had foiled 17 attempts by Pakistan to push in terrorists.

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  • Israel and the United States Reach 10-year Defense Assistance Agreement

    The official said that 38 billion dollars Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covered US fiscal years, 2019-2028, and succeeded the current 30 billion dollars MoU signed in 2007, which expired at the end of 2018. They noted that the new deal would phase out a special arrangement that had allowed Israel to spend part of its US aid on its own defence industry instead of on American-made weapons.

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  • 5 potential sites for 2016 ACC Championship Game

    The NCAA and ACC punishments could make it harder for moderate voters McCrory relied on in 2012 to keep supporting him, said Michael Bitzer, a political science professor at Catawba College. "I think it's time to show the country and the rest of the world who we really are". "We'll do what we need to do", Swofford said. Orlando is already hosting first and second round men's basketball championship games at the Amway Center in March of 2017.

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  • Sacramento mayor tackles protester who hit him with pie

    Sacramento mayor tackles protester who hit him with pie

    But some witnesses said Johnson was spot on. The mayor was attending a charity dinner Wednesday night when Thompson came up and struck him with the pie. In the booking photo provided by the Sacramento Police Department there are visible cuts and bruising around Thompson's left eye. "So, yeah, the mayor hit him".

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  • Wells Fargo to eliminate product sales goals, aiming to rebuild trust

    Some observers see it as a case of the company blaming the 5,300 workers for its misdeeds, taking little or no responsibility for what occurred. When their effort to sell honestly failed, they "cooked the books", so to speak, by creating false accounts, perhaps revealing issues in training at an associate level, at least.

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  • 2 asphyxiated kids among 4 dead in Detroit area

    The scene was at a home on Hipp Street near Annapolis Street. "I went outside and someone told me, 'It's your neighbor. I figured they were a normal family". He has not entered a plea, and he is being held without bond. He arrived in court Thursday morning in an orange jumpsuit, and was bound and barefoot.

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  • Georgia woman shoots back at home invaders

    Georgia woman shoots back at home invaders

    While the thieves gather in the front room of the house, an armed woman comes into the frame and starts firing. Debris flew as the trio tried to retreat from the house. Police identified the deceased as Antonio Leeks, 28, of Atlanta. She owns businesses in the restaurant industry and stays at that house with someone else based on a convenient commute to one of her businesses, according to police.

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