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  • Doctor describes first sight of cousins kidnapped by Boko Haram

    These were the stories that parents of the schoolgirls from Chibok heard on Sunday from 21 of the girls who were released last week after the Nigerian government negotiated their freedom. The former military president also rejoiced with the families of the girls and with the federal government and described their return home as a sign of hope for the country.

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  • Saudi prince executed for murdering a compatriot

    Most people executed in Saudi Arabia are convicted for murder and drug trafficking although almost 50 people were put to death for "terrorism" on a single day in January including the prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. Desert camps are popular gathering places for Saudis. The Ministry, however, refused to divulge the detail the method used to execute the prince .

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  • All Teslas will be fully self-driving, Elon Musk announces

    Orders for Musk's much anticipated electric vehicle, of course, went off the charts: within the first 24 hours, just under 200,000 orders had been placed, and shortly after that, climbed to 276k. "While this is occurring, Teslas with new hardware will temporarily lack certain features now available on Teslas with first-generation Autopilot hardware, including some standard safety features such as automatic emergency breaking, collision warning, lane holding and active cruise control".

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  • Nintendo to Offer First Glimpse of New NX Gaming Platform

    Nintendo to Offer First Glimpse of New NX Gaming Platform

    What's even more exciting about Nintendo's update is the fact that the trailer is slated for release this Thursday, Oct. 20. The deep dive on Nintendo's new platform is most likely going to be hitting early in 2017 with the holidays safely behind the console maker and the launch still a couple of months away.

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  • DAPL Protest: Riot Charges Against Journalist Amy Goodman Rejected

    DAPL Protest: Riot Charges Against Journalist Amy Goodman Rejected

    He's said Goodman was acting like a protester when she reported on a clash between protesters and pipeline security last month. The case stemmed from a September 3 altercation where Dakota Access Pipeline guards used pepper spray and dogs against protesters who entered land designated for the controversial pipeline.

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  • Iraq, Kurds brace for massive influx from Mosul

    That has been the insurgents' pattern as Iraqi and Kurdish forces have closed in on Mosul in recent months, Weiss said on Tuesday. Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said US troops are well back from the front lines as they advise the Iraqis and relay information about potential air strike targets.

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  • Michelle Obama wears rose gold for final state dinner

    President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted their 13th and final State Dinner at the White House on Tuesday night. "But it's OK. We saved the best for last", stated the President. He said the benefits of globalisation had to be more broadly shared, but defended further liberalisation of trade as a positive development, including a controversial new EU-US trade deal on which negotiations are now stalled.

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  • UN Declares Russia's Truce Extension in Aleppo Inadequate

    A Syrian negotiator says 38 buses carrying almost 2,000 people, including 700 gunmen, have been evacuated from a government-besieged suburb of Damascus following a deal to empty it of rebels. Russian President Vladimir Putin floated a possible extension of an Aleppo cease-fire as German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande confronted him with "blunt language" over what they described as an "inhumane" onslaught in Syria.

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  • Police issue lookout notice for Nayak, wife

    In spite of that, the hospital was running. Both are the trustees of Siksha "O" Anusandhan Charitable Trust, which runs the hospital. At a meeting chaired by chief secretary A P Padhi and attended by the secretaries of energy and health departments and director general of fire services Binay Behera, it was chose to give a month's time to the energy and works department to submit their requirements after inspection.

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  • Suspects on loose in San Francisco school shooting

    In the end, four students were injured in the parking lot shooting around 3.20 p.m.as they were being dismissed for the day, Manfredi said. San Francisco school officials said two boys suffered non-life threatening injuries and a third boy walked into a police station with gunshot wound.

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  • People magazine says 6 friends back writer's Trump story

    People magazine says 6 friends back writer's Trump story

    Last night on CNN, Melania Trump offered a much different recollection. People also revealed Tuesday that six witnesses, who are colleagues and close friends of Stoynoff's, have come forward to corroborate her account in various ways, from saying she told them about the alleged incident soon after she says it happened to rebutting a part of Stoynoff's article with which Melania Trump specifically took issue.

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  • Nevada governor signs Las Vegas stadium bill into law

    Nevada governor signs Las Vegas stadium bill into law

    Monday's signing sets in place an increase in the Clark County hotel room tax that will help pay for the LVCC's expansion and net an additional 1.4 million square feet of exhibit and meeting space. While it is probably more an oddity of the collective sequence of circumstances that Mr. Roski has since bowed out of continued participation in the now evolved mega stadium project, he and his team should certainly be credited and commended for starting a process that is likely to have untold ...

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  • Google Pixel XL: Getting into the 'real' Google smartphone

    With either, you get an excellent camera and a strong voice assistant that promises to get smarter. Although the Pixel XL is a Google phone, it unmistakably looks like an HTC phone. The conspiracy theories are claiming that the Pixel phones are so good but not widely promoted because Google does not want to become a product-based manufacturer like Apple .

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  • Clinton campaign hits Trump over Putin interview

    Clinton campaign hits Trump over Putin interview

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday his country is not trying to influence the USA presidential election. The Kremlin strongman accused U.S. "This is not the first time this is happening", Putin said. On Friday, Biden dismissed suggestions that the White House has failed to respond to Russia's interference, telling NBC's Chuck Todd that "we're sending a message", and "we have the capacity to do it".

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  • UNESCO adopts controversial resolution on east Jerusalem

    UNESCO adopts controversial resolution on east Jerusalem

    Palestinians wait to cross through Israeli Qalandia checkpoint as they make their way to attend the third Friday prayer of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque, June 24, 2016. Just because UNESCO members adopt such a resolution , doesn't mean it will lead to major changes on the ground. The United States, the United Kingdom and Germany were among those that voted against the resolution .

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  • Junkins Fire west of Pueblo burns thousands of acres in hours

    Residents evacuated 130 homes, and more evacuations are possible. The fire was reported before dawn Monday some 25 miles southwest of Pueblo, the Custer County Emergency Management Office said. Downwind of the fire, Pueblo County health department has issued an advisory for poor air quality due to smoke. This region has been struggling to contain wildfires for the past few weeks.

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  • Cleveland bullpen shines again, Indians up 3-0 in ALCS

    Bauer's pinkie finger on his throwing hand, which was sliced by a drone Thursday night, began to bleed profusely in the first inning. The right-hander had been pushed back two days to Game 3 because he cut the finger on a drone last week. The Blue Jays scored 759 runs in the regular season, fifth most in the AL, and was fourth in the majors with 221 home runs. "I'm guessing everybody will be available (Tuesday)", Francona said.

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  • Iraqi forces pause Mosul advance after a day of fighting

    In mid-2014, Daesh captured Mosul - Iraq's second largest city - before overrunning large swathes of territory in the country's northern and western regions. The front line east of Mosul is some 30 kilometers (20 miles) from the city. Early Monday morning, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the beginning of military operations to retake Mosul, two years after the so-called Islamic State seized the city.

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  • Author Of 'Guantanamo Diary' Released From Military Prison

    Author Of 'Guantanamo Diary' Released From Military Prison

    A Guantanamo Bay prisoner who wrote a best-selling book about his experiences in the military prison was reunited with his family in his native Mauritania on Monday after 14 years of detention, sources said. According to a Senate report, then-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld approved a special interrogation practices for Slahi at Guantanamo, including the use of dogs and sleep and sensory deprivation.

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  • Obama Condemns Republicans' Newfound Support for Putin

    Facing sinking poll numbers and accusations of sexual assault, Trump has stepped up charges that the White House race is being rigged against him, warning of "large scale voter fraud". "We can't go on talking about human rights or freedom of the press or democracy or freedom of religion or non-discrimination or basic laws of war or the sovereignty and territorial integrity of countries no matter how small, and then extol the virtues of someone who violates those principles", he said.

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  • Iraqi comments on Bashiqa camp 'dangerous and provocative': Turkish PM

    Last week, the Turkish parliament approved a proposal to extend the presence of Turkish forces in Iraq for another year. The US Secretary of Defense, Ashton Carter, said that President Obama had responded to a request from the Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, to send 600 extra troops "to accelerate the campaign at this critical".

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  • Philippines tells US no joint patrols in South China Sea

    Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said he had conveyed the decision to the head of U.S. Pacific Command during a visit to Hawaii last week. For the United States and the Philippines, military cooperation may be a thing of the past - at least for now. Duterte has called on U.S. soldiers to leave the country and threatened to abrogate the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA).

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  • Hillary Clinton's Latest Email Leak Causes Big Problems

    The Clinton campaign's disdain for the Catholic faith and Christian evangelicals is staggering. Dr. Bill Donahue, President of the Catholic League Landline, joined the John Gibson Show today, saying that while he initially chocked it up to Hillary being "not responsible", he now knows "her campaign chairman has been actively engaged in creating a revolution, sabotaging, mutiny within the Catholic church".

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  • Die In Hospital Fire In Odisha

    Die In Hospital Fire In Odisha

    Fire service sources said the fire originated around 7.30 pm in the dialysis ward in the second floor of the hospital. Many patients were rescued by breaking window panes, said an eye witnesses. She said a rescue operation had been launched. Thirteen ambulances were engaged to evacuate patients to other hospitals. "I jumped down from the first floor where my father is being treated".

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  • Amnesty: Nauru won't investigate crimes against refugees

    Amnesty: Nauru won't investigate crimes against refugees

    Asylum seekers on Nauru have been free to roam around the tiny nation since previous year. The plight of the refugees is so dire that even children, some as young as nine, are attempting suicide, according to Anna Keistat, an Amnesty official, who is one of a handful of global observers to have visited Nauru.

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  • Xiaomi may launch Mi Note 2 on October 25

    Xiaomi may launch Mi Note 2 on October 25

    This phablet is probably going to be made out of metal and glass, though we still can't confirm that, as we've seen tons of conflicting leaks thus far. Recent leaks on October 25, 2016, clearly showed up Xiaomi Mi Note 2 with a vertical dual camera setup. According to Phone Arena , there may be some last-minute changes for the Mi Note 2 before its release.

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  • 25 inmates killed in Brazil prison clash

    25 inmates killed in Brazil prison clash

    But he said authorities were surprised when the riots erupted on a day the prisoners had visitors. The rioters then requested a judge to voice their demands but Brazilian police stormed the compound and rescued all of the hostages. In a separate incident in September, some 200 inmates rioted and escaped from the overpopulated Jardinopolis prison in Sao Paulo state. Reports say there are 1,400 inmates now in the prison, which has a capacity of up to 740.

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  • High school graduation rate reaches new high

    High school graduation rate reaches new high

    The White House noted the high school graduation rate has "risen steadily" since Obama took office, increasing by four percentage points since 2010-11, the first year that states used a new measure of high school completion. President Barack Obama welcomed the higher rate as good news, but the gains come against a backdrop of decreasing scores on national math and reading tests.

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  • Consumer Products Hasbro banks record Q3 with some Disney Princess magic

    Consumer Products Hasbro banks record Q3 with some Disney Princess magic

    On a per-share basis, the Pawtucket, Rhode Island-based company said it had profit of $2.03. "Innovative play experiences, engaging storytelling and global execution of Hasbro's brand blueprint continues to drive consumer and retailer demand for our brand portfolio", said Brian Goldner, Hasbro's chairman, president and chief executive officer.

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  • Utah cities rank high and low when it comes to LGBTQ equality

    Utah cities rank high and low when it comes to LGBTQ equality

    South Bend, which outlaws discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, scored 78 out of 100 on the index , which rates LGBTQ inclusion in municipal law and policy. Twenty states have non-discrimination laws that include protections for LGBTQ people in employment, and 19 states have laws that protect LGBTQ people from discrimination in places of public accommodation.

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  • Saudi Arabia says sees indications ceasefire could be accepted in Yemen

    Since March 2015, Yemen has been gripped by war pitting the Houthi group, backed by troops loyal to ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh, and the internationally recognized Hadi government, which is backed by Saudi Arabia . U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Yemen's Houthi rebels released two U.S. citizens on Saturday, without identifying the Americans. The Foreign Office said that Saudi Arabia's approach to humanitarian law will be a factor in the UK's assessment of arms sales to the ...

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  • Tulsa police victim had PCP in system when he died

    An autopsy found phencyclidine , PCP, was in Crutcher's system at the time of his fatal shooting, according to the toxicology report released with his autopsy by the Oklahoma Chief Medical Examiner's Office. Shelby "reacted unreasonably" and became "emotionally involved to the point that she overreacted", an affidavit stated. A voice heard on police radio said: "Shots fired!" The incident appeared then, and to many people, now, to be the latest in an ongoing chain of incidents involving ...

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