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  • Iran-Backed Rebels in Yemen Launch Missiles at US Navy

    Iran-Backed Rebels in Yemen Launch Missiles at US Navy

    Since March 2015, Washington approved more than $22.2 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia , not all of which has arrived. On Saturday, over 140 people were killed after Saudi military aircraft attacked a hall in Sana'a, Yemen while rows of people were attending a funeral.

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  • U.S. fires missiles at Yemeni rebels' sites in tit for tat

    U.S. fires missiles at Yemeni rebels' sites in tit for tat

    Navy destroyer USS Nitze launched the Tomahawk cruise missiles around 4 a.m. (0100 GMT) at radar sites located in remote areas where the risk of civilian casualties was low.One U.S. local time on Thursday. The missiles fired on Sunday were variants of the so-called Silkworm missile, and both also fell harmlessly into the water.

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  • Airstrikes on ISIL increase ahead of battle for Mosul

    Airstrikes on ISIL increase ahead of battle for Mosul

    The U.S. military has taken advanced system into Iraq to fight Daesh's flying explosives, a US-led coalition's spokesman said Wednesday. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday that the country was determined to be a part of the coalition forces in the planned offensive to retake the oil-rich Iraqi city of Mosul from Daesh.

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  • Obama Hits 'Swamp of Crazy' Republicans as Trump Falters

    Detailing a litany of conspiracy theories that have dogged his presidency, he said, "So the point is, if your only agenda is either negative - negative is a euphemism, insane - based on lies, based on hoaxes, this is the nominee you get". The president said that it was GOP complacency that led the party to nominate a candidate who he said brags and jokes about sexually assaulting women.

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  • Trump called Khloe Kardashian a 'fat piglet,' 'ugly Kardashian'

    Trump called Khloe Kardashian a 'fat piglet,' 'ugly Kardashian'

    The source went on to say that her dismissal did not really make any sense on the show. "He basically wanted to just get rid of her", said an editor on the show. It's true that Khloe Kardashian has always struggled with her weight and there have been several times when she has openly talked about having lost 40 pounds.

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  • Gold settles 0.3% higher as dollar slips

    Gold settles 0.3% higher as dollar slips

    The Australian dollar initially firmed against United States dollar in the early USA session but reversed course as the dollar firmed across the board after minutes from a meeting of Federal Reserve policymakers last month indicated raising U.S.

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  • Trump touts Pence's debate performance

    Donald Trump praised running mate Mike Pence on Wednesday and took more than a little credit for it himself. In the aftermath of the debate, LGBT organizations are declaring the upcoming town hall debate between Clinton and Trump must be a venue in which the first LGBT question is posed to the candidates.

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  • Donald Trump, frustrated about Mike Pence's performance in the VP debate

    Donald Trump, frustrated about Mike Pence's performance in the VP debate

    Reports from the Trump campaign are that the top of the ticket is unhappy with Pence's defense of his running mate. "I love him, more after the debate". While the veep debate won't sway any votes, Luntz said Pence showed Trump the path to electoral success. "He's getting tremendous reviews from me and everybody", Trump told a group of pastors and leaders gathered at a Christian academy in Las Vegas.

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  • Governor, AG to attend service for slain sheriff's sergeant

    Governor, AG to attend service for slain sheriff's sergeant

    Law enforcement officers from across the region are expected to be there. The memorial's procession is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. with streets along the procession route expected to be closed. Steven C. Owen, who was fatally shot by a parolee on October 5, was escorted into Lancaster Baptist Church on Thursday for a memorial that celebrated "a life well-lived".

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  • More than half of Americans want to legalize marijuana, Pew study finds

    More than half of Americans want to legalize marijuana, Pew study finds

    Opponents are pointing to analysis by Maine's Attorney General that finds that there are no penalties in the bill that would make it illegal for a child to possess and use marijuana. That's incredible, and a testament to the wonderful work done by so many people, who chose not to let the government and prevailing views silence them, and instead wrote letters to the editor, or talked to the local Kiwanis club, or brought up legalization at Thanksgiving dinner, or campaigned for a medical ...

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  • Hurricane Matthew Now a Category 1, Makes Landfall in SC

    Hurricane Matthew Now a Category 1, Makes Landfall in SC

    Matthew rampaged through Haiti's western peninsula on Tuesday with 145mph (233km/h) winds and torrential rain . He said 20 others were missing. Many are believed to have died after uprooted trees fell and crushed houses. President Barack Obama yesterday declared a federal state of emergency in Florida as Hurricane Matthew's powerful winds began to be felt along the state's southeast coast.

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  • Pilot, trainee had altercation before plane crash

    The flight instructor, who survived the crash, told first responders and investigators he got into an altercation with the student pilot, which resulted in a struggle in the cockpit, a USA official with direct knowledge of the investigation said.

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  • Indians, Jays meet in ALCS after 'quirky' games in season

    Pillar hit .322. Syndergaard struck out 122 batters in 103 ²/₃ innings. Indians are different team at home, where they went AL-best 53-28 and led league with 11 walkoff wins. Rays starter Chris Archer has signed on with ESPN to again provide on-site analysis of the World Series. Shapiro spent 24 seasons with the Indians, breaking in as an unpaid intern in the early '90s.

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  • U.S. To Russia: Syrian Ceasefire Talks Are Suspended

    U.S. To Russia: Syrian Ceasefire Talks Are Suspended

    The Russian military said Tuesday it had beefed up its forces in Syria with state-of-the-art air defense missiles, an announcement that follows Washington's move to suspend contacts with Russia over Syria . Most of the deaths were in eastern Aleppo, where scores of buildings were demolished by Russian and Syrian airstrikes. He added that the USA would continue to utilize the channel of communications established a year ago with Russian Federation to de-conflict counterterrorism operations ...

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  • Shark attacks person off Oregon coast

    Shark attacks person off Oregon coast

    Tanner was treated and stabilized at the scene before being flown to a Portland hospital. He and the other surfers paddled back to shore. Tanner was almost able to get to the shoreline when Woodworth pulled him out of the water. The park and the beach will remain open. Steve Gehrig, who was in the lineup next to Tanner at the time of the attack told local reporters, "He kind of just lurched real amusing - it looked like he had slipped off his board but a little more violently than ...

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  • Dueling protests as Brexit battle goes to UK's High Court

    The case is being brought by Miller, a financial entrepreneur. It isn't only the claimants, who are mainly wealthy businesspeople and influential activists, who want the courts to hold up Brexit. Britain's foreign minister, Boris Johnson, has said the United Kingdom government intends "to have its cake and eat it" by remaining in the EU's single market while limiting the movement of European Union residents into the United Kingdom.

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  • More than 65 killed in last 3 days in Aleppo

    More than 65 killed in last 3 days in Aleppo

    Lavrov said he hoped the discussion might "launch a serious dialogue on the basis of the principles contained in the Russian-American deal", the ceasefire agreement that collapsed last month. Up to 300,000 people are still believed to be trapped in the besieged parts of the city. We may be past the Cold War, but it's probably safe to say that the current relationship between the United States and Russian Federation can be best described as a bit frosty.

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  • Russian Federation and U.S. to find peace plan for Syria

    Russian Federation and U.S. to find peace plan for Syria

    U.S. President Barack Obama and his senior foreign policy advisers are expected to meet on Friday to consider military and other options in Syria , U.S. The political rift appeared after the bombing of a United Nations aid convoy, which Washington blamed on Moscow, and Russian Federation stepped-up military support for the Syrian offensive on Aleppo.

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  • Putin, Erdogan to meet at energy summit in Istanbul

    Turkish Stream was concieved as another way to move Russian gas to Europe without going through Ukraine after the South Stream gas pipeline project through the Balkans collapsed. A year ago, it appeared Russia and Turkey were on the brink of an all-out conflict after Turkey shot down a Russian jet, but the Turkish-Russian relationship has taken a drastic turn.

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  • Pence sticking with Trump

    Pence sticking with Trump

    He also told The Wall Street Journal there is "zero chance I'll quit". After the news broke Friday afternoon, House Speaker Paul Ryan rescinded Trump's invitation to campaign with him in Wisconsin on Saturday, without rescinding his support.

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  • Bob Dylan is awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature

    Dylan's impact on popular culture was enormous and his influence as a lyricist extends to every major music figure and songwriter of the last 50 years, from the Beatles to Bruce Springsteen, Bono, Ed Sheeran and beyond. "And I hope that they will be expanded". Though he and his work have been recognised worldwide with honorary degrees and citations, not to mention millions of record sales and countless covers by other singers, many considered the Nobel Prize beyond him.

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  • Chinese Fishing Vessels Ram Korean Coast Guard Boat

    Chinese Fishing Vessels Ram Korean Coast Guard Boat

    South Korea is expected to take tougher measures against Chinese fishing boats in territorial waters after a 100-ton Chinese vessel sunk a coast guard boat last Friday. Violent confrontations could escalate between South Korea and Chinese boats found fishing in its waters after the USA ally sanctioned a greater use of force, including the use of firearms, to control its sea border.

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  • Breast Cancer Deaths Continue to Decline in U.S.

    That's changed. Black women's breast cancer risk is now the same as that of white women's, and black women are 41 percent more likely to die of the disease. "The Suffolk Community College Foundation is celebrating this event and raising awareness of breast cancer on Long Island with the establishment of the Breast Cancer Survivors and Caregivers Scholarship", explained Dr.

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  • Samsung's problems are a gift for Google

    Some of the new consumer-facing features that are included in Android 7.1 for non-Pixel devices are Night Light - Android's answer to Night Shift in iOS - plus Daydream VR support and optimizations to touch and display responsiveness.

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  • Erdogan tells Iraq PM to 'know his limits'

    Erdogan tells Iraq PM to 'know his limits'

    Turkey and Iraq have summoned each other´s ambassadors in a mounting diplomatic stand-off and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned Turkey that it risked triggering a "regional war" by keeping troops in Iraqi territory. "The Turkish leadership's behavior is not acceptable and we don't want to get into a military confrontation with Turkey". "We're certainly well aware that this is going to be a hard challenge, a hard operation", U.S.

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  • Striking Minnesota nurses reach tentative agreement

    Striking Minnesota nurses reach tentative agreement

    Nurses began an open-ended, unfair labor practice strike on Labor Day at Abbott and the Phillips Eye Institute in Minneapolis, Unity Hospital in Fridley, Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids and United Hospital in St. "The day when our nurses will come back to the bedside now feels close at hand", Wheeler said. The MNA said the tentative agreement will be presented with unanimous endorsement to members of the Minnesota Nurses Association.

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  • Obama to talk sports, race, achievement and Clinton in NC

    Obama to talk sports, race, achievement and Clinton in NC

    The first lady already has appeared in a television ad. Doors for the 12:15 p.m. public event open at 9:30 a.m. "I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn't get there", he said . Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta said the FBI was investigating the hack of his emails, published by WikiLeaks. Even the president's ad-libs are laden with statistics and a philosophical critique of the modern Republican Party.

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  • Paul McCartney and Neil Young Perform Together at Desert Trip 2016

    After performances from The Rolling Stones , Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney and Neil Young , the final two performers took the stage to close out the first weekend of Desert Trip . Other favorites including "After The Gold Rush", "Heart Of Gold" and "Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)" were part of the solo acoustic sequence that opened the Canadian rocker's set.

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  • Emergency meeting called as royal remains unstable

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand's benchmark fell almost 7 percent Wednesday afternoon before recovering somewhat for a 4.1 percent loss for the day. Earlier, the government, in a clear reference to the king's health, urged people not to listen to rumours on social media about "situations", saying they should await official announcements.

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  • Pink Floyd reunites to support Gaza Freedom Flotilla

    A Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFAT) spokesman said the New Zealand Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, had spoken to Davidson, and was in touch with her family. Meanwhile, Israeli troops shelled Gaza for the second day in a row in retaliation for sporadic rocket attacks into southern Israel. Virtually all supplies to Gaza enter through Israeli-controlled border crossings after undergoing security checks.

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  • Syrian man had plan for Paris-scale attacks: Germany

    Syrian man had plan for Paris-scale attacks: Germany

    German officials said the country welcomed more than 1 million refugees in 2015 alone, many of them Syrians fleeing the war in their country. The German newspaper Bild reported that the refugees who housed him grew suspicious of him, posting a photo of him to Facebook to ask other Syrians whether he looked like the suspect wanted in the manhunt.

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  • Wrangles over Hong Kong's political future must not hold us back

    Wrangles over Hong Kong's political future must not hold us back

    Sixtus "Baggio" Leung Chun-hang, Yau Wai-ching and Edward Yiu Chung-yim were each told by Legco secretary general Kenneth Chen that their oaths can not be accepted. Newly elected pro-democracy lawmaker Leung Kwok-hung, known as "Long Hair", tears an oversized mock copy of controversial, proposed anti-subversion legislation as she takes oath in the new legislature Council in Hong Kong .

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  • Toyota recalls 340000 Prius hybrid cars for faulty brakes

    Toyota recalls 340000 Prius hybrid cars for faulty brakes

    The Japanese automaker said that in affected cars the parking brake could fail, so if a driver exits the auto in a gear other than "park" while the ignition is on, the Prius could roll away. This will, says the automaker, keep the cable from "becoming inoperative" and thusly will avoid the potential parking brake failure. All owners of the recalled vehicles will be notified in November.

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  • Obama to consider 'proportional' response to Russian Federation hacking

    Obama to consider 'proportional' response to Russian Federation hacking

    It's like a magnet. Such bipartisan criticism, the White House spokesperson said, shows that Trump's remarks "constituted sexual assault". "When you're a star, women let you do anything", Trump was recorded as saying. However, a spokesman for Clinton's campaign, Brian Fallon, slammed the site in a series of tweets, accusing it of being a "propaganda arm of the Russian government" seeking to elect Republican nominee Donald Trump.

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