• Russian Federation deploys new air defense missiles in Syria

    Washington and Moscow will still discuss Syria as part of larger multilateral negotiations, Kerry said, and they'll make sure their warplanes conducting bombing missions in the Arab country don't cross paths. In the northeastern city of Hasaka, a bomb killed at least 20 people at a Kurdish wedding, according to a Kurdish militia and a monitoring group.

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  • Italy's coastguard saves 6055 in mass rescue operation off Libyan coast

    Italy's coastguard saves 6055 in mass rescue operation off Libyan coast

    The overcrowded wooden boat carrying more than 500 people caught fire and capsized half a mile from the shore, causing one of the highest single death tolls from a shipwreck in the Mediterranean. Those aboard had been rescued from their perilous sea journey on Sunday. Most of the minors were unaccompanied, with nine of them being under five-years-old.

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  • Pakistan, India NSAs agree to reduce tension

    Pakistan, India NSAs agree to reduce tension

    Jilani said that the global community, especially the USA, should take note of the "inhuman and degrading treatment" being meted out to the innocent civilians in Kashmir. "Except this time , the [Indian] government feels that terrorists coming across the border will not be treated with kid gloves and if necessary we will go across the line of control and get them".

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  • In Kunduz, Afghan Forces Battling Taliban For Second Day

    In Kunduz, Afghan Forces Battling Taliban For Second Day

    Earlier, Taliban militants also briefly captured Nawa district of Helmand province on Monday but the security forces recaptured it. The Afghan leadership is co-hosting the two-day Brussels conference with the European Union to emphasize the need for worldwide donors to provide financial assistance to help their country overcome daunting security, economic and human development challenges.

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  • Amber alert issued for 3-year-old girl in Maine

    Amber alert issued for 3-year-old girl in Maine

    The exact relationship between Gissentaner and Wilson was not disclosed, but some media outlets noted that Gissentaner had looked after for the girl in the past. Lloyd's disappearance marks the fourth Amber Alert in the past seven days in the state, a record number for the program. It's possible Gissentaner's boyfriend, "Dollar", is also with them, police said.

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  • Confusion as Colombians cope with ballot loss for peace deal

    Confusion as Colombians cope with ballot loss for peace deal

    He ordered his negotiating team to return to Cuba, where the peace talks were held, to resume contacts with FARC leaders. The deal was signed last week after almost four years of negotiations. "The Colombian peace treaty or anybody associated with it simply is not a candidate for the Nobel peace prize this year", said Kristian Berg Harpviken, director of Oslo's Peace Research Institute (PRIO).

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  • Theresa May signals the United Kingdom is heading for a 'hard Brexit'

    Sterling has slid against all major currencies on Monday following the pledge by British Prime Minister Theresa May to formally start the country's exit from the European Union by the end of March 2017. May's announcement means the process will start before next year's crucial elections in Germany and France , with an uncertain impact on the polls in the EU's most powerful nations.

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  • Hogs Start Fast, Coast Against Alcorn State

    Hogs Start Fast, Coast Against Alcorn State

    The Razorbacks had two different players top 100 rushing yards - running backs Devwah Whaley and Rawleigh Williams with 135 and 126, respectively. Arkansas came out in the third quarter and quickly put the game away thanks to their defense. Henre' Toliver and Josh Liddell each totaled an interception in the third quarter with Toliver's going all the way for six points to push Arkansas' lead to 31-7.

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  • Yahoo faces growing scrutiny over when it learned of data breach

    Additionally, Yahoo asks users to consider using Yahoo Account Key , a simple authentication tool that eliminates the need to use a password altogether. The data stolen from Yahoo includes users' names, email addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, scrambled passwords, and the security questions - and answers - used to verify an accountholder's identity.

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  • Vote for Corbyn gives power to the Tories

    He can only do this by offering sound policies that most people are in favour of, and the full backing of everyone in his movement. He told delegates in Liverpool: "I am not content with accepting second-class broadband, not content with creaking railways, not content with seeing the United States and Germany investing in cutting-edge and green technologies while Britain lags behind".

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  • Trump has a challenging week with a tax revelation

    Trump has a challenging week with a tax revelation

    The tax return controversy follows last week's opening debate, after which Clinton has opened up a small polling lead, according to the latest Fox News survey. The ad also mentions Percy Walton, the one death row inmates whose sentence Kaine commuted due to concerns he had been mentally unfit to stand trial.

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  • Clinton campaign seizes on Trump tax report

    In a leaked recording from a February fundraiser, Hillary Clinton expressed empathy for young voters who sided with her then-primary opponent, Bernie Sanders. Sanders has endorsed Clinton and campaigned with her earlier in the week. Trump continues his strong grip on Southwest Virginia, the report said, while Clinton continues to gain voters among males and in the Northern Virginia areas like Hampton Roads.

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  • Arkansas, Allen make quick work of Alcorn State in 52-10 win

    Arkansas, Allen make quick work of Alcorn State in 52-10 win

    Offensively, Arkansas football is averaging 256.5 yards in passing and 158.0 yards in rushing, and 32.0 points per game. Arkansas coach Bret Bielema admitted the Razorbacks aren't as stout along the offensive front as he would like. "They have good players that did cause some matchup issues for us". Arkansas raced to a 24-0 lead in the first quarter, and never looked back. "It was fun to watch early", Bielema said.

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  • US To Russia: Syrian Ceasefire Talks Are Suspended

    U.S. military and civilian personnel that were sent to Geneva, Switzerland, to work with the Russians on the Joint Implementation Center will now be withdrawn home, according to the statement and U.S. The suspension, threatened by the Obama administration last week amid an ongoing brutal bombing campaign by Syria and Russian Federation in Aleppo, came amid worsening relations with Russian Federation across a broad array of issues and trouble spots.

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  • Turkey-backed Syrian rebels killed in fighting with IS

    Turkey-backed Syrian rebels killed in fighting with IS

    He reiterated Ankara's refusal of the participation of any Kurdish militias in the operations. Ankara says it is targeting IS but also Kurdish fighters from the YPG, which Turkey considers to be a "terrorist" group. Rescue workers are still searching for people under the rubble, and there were fears the building would collapse, Sahloul said. Sahloul says most of the hospital's facilities were set up underground to protect it.

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  • Russia warns against US attack on Syrian forces

    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and the Syrian military said the army and its allies had advanced south from the Handarat refugee camp north of Aleppo city, which they took earlier this week, taking the Kindi hospital and parts of the Shuqaif industrial area.

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  • How Trump's 'Apprentice' moved from capitalism to sexism

    Another contestant Gene Folkes claimed Mr Trump called for female contestants to wear shorter dresses that also showed more cleavage during one season. "We were in the boardroom one time figuring out who to blame for the task", he recalls, "and he just stopped in the middle and pointed to someone and said, 'You'd f-- her, wouldn't you?" "I remember being in the foyer once with eight or 10 cameras set up and he said something about her being so pretty".

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  • About 10000 villagers evacuated from border areas to safer places in Jammu

    About 10000 villagers evacuated from border areas to safer places in Jammu

    There are almost 1000 villages in the six border districts of Punjab - Amritsar , Tarn Taran, Ferozepir, Gurdaspur, Pathankot and Fazilka - from where people have been asked to evacuate to safer areas. "I have seen the wars of 1965 and 1971 and I know how frightening they were". Badal directed the Chief Secretary to immediately release Rs 1 crore each to all the Deputy Commissioners of the six border districts to meet any exigency.

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  • India alleges hurling of stones during Wagah ceremony

    India alleges hurling of stones during Wagah ceremony

    Very few people attended from the Indian side. He also shook his fist aggressively at the Indian soldier while the Pakistani spectators chanted pro-Pakistani slogans. Go to NewsGram and check out news related to political current issues. On Saturday the routine flag lowering ceremony became a show of power and patriotism on the Pakistani side due to tensions between the two nations.

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  • Supreme Court won't hear Arizona death sentence case

    Supreme Court won't hear Arizona death sentence case

    The Republican-led Senate, in a move with little precedent in USA history, has refused to consider Obama's nominee to replace Scalia, federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland, saying Obama's successor should make the appointment. The justices' votes at the time were not announced , but the court's liberals and conservatives were split at oral argument last spring. WASHINGTON ― Back from its summer recess, the Supreme Court on Monday declined a long-shot petition by the Obama ...

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  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    Domestic violence is a pervasive, complex public health issue that requires an equally pervasive and multi-layered response, and its biggest ally is silence. If a situation arises that seems risky, be proactive in contacting law enforcement. The Barbey Maritime Center is located at 2042 Marine Drive. "The idea of it, I believe, is just coming together as a community and standing up against domestic violence", said Petrilli.

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  • Margot Robbie Hilarious Breaks Character on SNL Premiere

    Margot Robbie Hilarious Breaks Character on SNL Premiere

    It was a battle of the surrogates. What also probably lifted last night's show was the much-hyped debut of Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump , which turned out to be absolutely hysterical and better even than any of the other impersonations we've seen of Trump over the years.

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  • Pakistan bans Bollywood films as tensions rise

    Salman on Friday said that Pakistani actors come to India with valid documents and they are artists, not terrorists. I have been a part of Indian army for two-and-a-half years and I know that our Jawans fighting at the border are the real heroes.

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  • Kaine, Pence ready for main stage

    Some things to watch for in Tuesday's debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. Pence is Donald Trump's running mate and he's taken a decidedly un-Trump-like approach - he prepared for the event with mock debates and numerous study sessions.

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  • Rio's Paralympic Games Are History

    Both achieved the feat at the 1984 Games in NY, when the U.S. claimed 136 victories and Britain 107. GB para-swimmer Rodgers - who won gold in the S7 50m Butterfly in Rio - also became the London-based Paralympian to be the most mentioned athlete at the Games after the 33-year-old delivered a superb performance in the pool and gave a heartfelt interview afterwards.

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  • Alberta won't support Ottawa's climate change plans without a pipeline

    The prime minister says there will be a tax on carbon pollution of $10 Canadian (US$7.60) a ton in 2018, rising to $50 Canadian (US$38.11) a ton by 2022. The federal government said any carbon pricing should minimize competitiveness impacts and avoid simply driving emitting industries overseas, particularly for trade-exposed sectors.

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  • More Houston-area schools beef up security after creepy clown threats

    Philly Public Schools Director of Safety Brendan Lee says the district first caught wind of specific threats against city schools Saturday. Police say they are reviewing charges against the girls with a juvenile prosecutor. Louis metro schools this week. A single Maryland Heights Police vehicle sat at the entrance but Fulton says that's not unusual. Though the threat is not believed to be credible, we are taking every precaution possible to ensure safety.

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  • Ford, GM sales spike in Canada; FCA plummets 18%

    Ford, GM sales spike in Canada; FCA plummets 18%

    Sales of Ford's cars dropped 20.7% in September while sales of the Honda Accord fell 19% and sales of the Toyota Camry fell 11%. Fiat Chrysler's sales fell 1 percent. Fiat Chrysler spent $4,302 per vehicle on deals, up 23 percent. "Everybody's trying to protect their share and, in spots, grow it". Analysts were expecting an 8% drop, according to Bloomberg.

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  • 'Narrator of IS video featuring Dhaka attackers is Tahmid Safi'

    'Narrator of IS video featuring Dhaka attackers is Tahmid Safi'

    The Toronto Star reports Khan was released on bail Sunday and is with his parents. Khan's family has said he was not responsible for the attack. In video footage filmed by witnesses and militants, Khan appeared holding a pistol and talking to the hostage-takers, but police said forensic analysis had shown the Toronto University student had been forced to do so.

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  • Newborn allegedly thrown from window was 2-pound girl

    Newborn allegedly thrown from window was 2-pound girl

    Antonia Lopez , 16, is charged as an adult. A 16-year-old from Omaha, Nebraska , has been accused of killing her newborn by tossing the baby out of a second-floor window shortly after delivering on Friday, September 30. After that, she threw her child out the window. Antonia was also taken to the hospital. "And she might've said that baby doll project was annoying but that doesn't mean she thinks all babies are annoying, so many people in my class said that when they had that project".

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  • Government approves Rafale deal

    Government approves Rafale deal

    The deal also provides for a 50 per cent offset clause, which will translate into a huge opportunity for Indian businesses and jobs. "India and France signed the deal for 36 Rafale jets", Parrikar wrote on twitter after finalizing the deal.

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  • Payet's memorable goal rare bright spot for West Ham

    Payet's memorable goal rare bright spot for West Ham

    It was enough to see West Ham end a four-match losing streak, but Collins claimed that he and his fellow Hammers players can not rely on their playmaker to save them all the time. "He hasn't just scored goals like that against us". But in a statement released on Saturday, West Ham said: "We must stress that the vast majority of the more than 400,000 supporters who have attended a game at the stadium since August have behaved impeccably, and we will not let the acts of mindless ...

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  • Saudi Arabia Warns about Disastrous Consequences of JASTA Law

    Saudi Arabia Warns about Disastrous Consequences of JASTA Law

    But he blamed the White House for not making a forceful argument about the threat posed by the legislation to to US officials. President Barack Obama vetoed the legislation but Congress overwhelmingly rejected the veto. Of course, as the President has argued, the sword cuts both ways, and this could lead to foreign governments taking action against American interests around the globe.

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  • Obama opens African-American museum in Washington DC

    Obama opens African-American museum in Washington DC

    Thousands were expected to gather on the National Mall on Saturday morning to watch Obama , the country's first black president, cut the ribbon to open the museum. It will open to the public at 1 p.m. following the dedication ceremony. 'As Americans we rightfully passed on the tales of the giants who built this country, who led armies into battles, who waged seminal debates in the halls of Congress and corridors of power, ' he said.

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  • IOS 10 Backups Easy to Hack

    IOS 10 Backups Easy to Hack

    Apple recently released iOS 10 .0.2 and the version 10.1 is now under beta testing. As a result, brute-force attacks can crack the password of an iOS 10 device back-up on a Mac or PC 2,500 times faster than before. "Cloud acquisition is only possible if you know the user's Apple ID and password or have access to the user's computer with iCloud Control Panel (to extract an authentication token), but even then you won't be able to decrypt the keychain".

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