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  • Why Does The Pentagon Want CA Soldiers To Repay Enlistment Bonuses?

    And the worst part of the debacle is that reports of improper payments to soldiers that did not qualify to receive them surfaced back in 2010, and, according to Andreas Mueller, the chief of federal policy for the California Guard, they alerted Congress as far back as 2014 to the problem, but Congress failed to take action because of the cost involved.

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  • US says troubled by reports of another US citizen jailed by Iran

    US says troubled by reports of another US citizen jailed by Iran

    He graduated in May from San Diego State University with a degree in worldwide security and conflict resolution and had been accepted to SDSU's graduate programme in Homeland Security. The exact number of American dual-national prisoners is unknown, in large part because Iran and the USA have not had full diplomatic relations since the 1979 Iranian revolution and American embassy hostage crisis.

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  • China blocks Modi's plan to declare Pakistan a 'terrorist state'

    China blocks Modi's plan to declare Pakistan a 'terrorist state'

    On Monday, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Hua Chunying contended that while Beijing opposes all forms of terrorism it can not be linked to a specific country. The Hindu nationalist leader has been moving to isolate India's archrival and fellow nuclear power following a raid last month on an Indian army base that killed 19 soldiers.

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  • Global Conference on Arbitration begins in New Delhi

    Global Conference on Arbitration begins in New Delhi

    Speaking on the occasion, Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad called for pushing institutional arbitration. Speaking at the event, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that being the world's fastest growing economy with an independent and powerful judiciary, right laws in place and sufficient infrastructure, there is no reason that India can not become an important arbitration centre in the world.

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  • Al Smith V: Trump 'crossed the line' at charity roast

    Al Smith V: Trump 'crossed the line' at charity roast

    At the debate, he said he would have to wait and see what the results were. "This is my pledge to you, and if we follow these steps, we will once again have a government of, by and for the people", Trump said, invoking a phrase from President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.

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  • Clinton turns focus to down-ballot candidates in final days

    Clinton turns focus to down-ballot candidates in final days

    Trump asked a fired-up crowd during a stump speech in the battleground state of OH yesterday, where a recent analysis by Real Clear Politics shows him holding a narrow lead over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. "Someone should tell Katie, this is televised statewide, Katie", Toomey retorted on Monday. There were moments when clear policy differences emerged.

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  • Trump Pushes For Down-Ballot Republicans, Expects Support in Return

    Even longtime Republican strongholds such as Utah and Arizona suddenly appear within her reach on November 8, enticing Democrats to campaign hard in territory they haven't won for decades. Andrea Bozek of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, the Senate GOP's campaign arm, said Clinton's last-minute push to aid Democrats was insufficient to make up for her party's shortfalls in recruiting competitive candidates this year.

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  • Driver who fled Milwaukee crash that killed 3 surrenders

    Driver who fled Milwaukee crash that killed 3 surrenders

    Autopsies are expected Monday. The 41-year-old Uber driver in the Fusion suffered injuries that weren't life-threatening and is being treated at an area hospital. Police have said two of the passengers died at the scene and a third died at a local hospital, reported the station WISN . The names of the victims have not been released.

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  • Chelsea can win Premier League title, says Pedro

    Chelsea can win Premier League title, says Pedro

    N'Golo Kante took advantage of lazy tracking by Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba to score a well-taken fourth before Mourinho berated Antonio Conte for his wild celebrations after the final whistle was blown. I didn't do anything to humiliate Mourinho. "But we can not delete the mistakes from the game and the first mistake happened after 30 seconds", he added.

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  • Major campaign launched to immunize 5.8 million Iraqi children against polio

    Major campaign launched to immunize 5.8 million Iraqi children against polio

    The Senate Committee on Primary Health Care and Communicable Diseases is set to probe funds meant for polio eradication in Nigeria . "The new cases in Nigeria highlight the need to improve tracking of the disease", Frieden said. Polio can be prevented through immunisation. Also, the Ministry of Health and the National Primary Health Care Development Agency were implicated in a fraud audit conducted by GAVI, in which over $400 million disbursed for procurement of vaccines was alleged to ...

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  • Thousands of California soldiers forced to repay enlistment bonuses, report says

    The Los Angeles Times reported on Saturday that almost 10,000 soldiers may be affected by the demands, after audits "revealed widespread overpayments by the California guard at the height of the wars last decade". Richmond, an Army sergeant first class, reenlisted and deployed to Iraq , where he sustained injuries to his back and brain when a roadside bomb detonated.

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  • Elizabeth Warren had quite the response to Trump's 'nasty woman' comment

    Elizabeth Warren had quite the response to Trump's 'nasty woman' comment

    At this point, Trump interjected, " Such a nasty woman ". And nasty women vote. That was a reference to Trump's ad hominem comment during last week's presidential debate that Clinton is " such a nasty woman ". Clinton pointed to Trump's tweet on Sunday that the campaign to retake Mosul was "turning out to be a total disaster", adding the U.S.is "looking so dumb".

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  • Obama campaigns in Nevada, visits California

    Obama campaigns in Nevada, visits California

    Michelle Obama will make a joint campaign stop Tuesday with Clinton in Winston-Salem, N.C., to encourage early voters to head to the polls. Conway said Clinton had "tremendous advantages", including a large campaign war chest that had allowed her to spend millions on television ads.

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  • Chevy Cruze tops Consumer Reports' small auto reliability list

    Chevy Cruze tops Consumer Reports' small auto reliability list

    It was the fourth straight year that Lexus and Toyota finished in the two top spots, and they have had an outstanding performance since Consumer Reports began tracking brand reliability in the early 1980s. Buick has no truck-based vehicles. GM's Chevrolet brand was the only other US brand to crack the top 15, moving up five spots from past year to No.

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  • Matic: Arsenal defeat was the wake-up call for Chelsea

    In the latest GAA Hour, we talk to Ken McGrath of Waterford and with Declan Brennan about a new club players' association . Jose Mourinho never struck us as an especially convivial chap but we would have thought that he'd be somewhat friendly with his players.

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  • India downs Pakistan in a pacy encounter

    India downs Pakistan in a pacy encounter

    With the upcoming match this Saturday against South Korea, P R Sreejesh is all set to ensure that they bring home the trophy of 2016 Asian Men's Hockey Champions. Despite the media hypes any Indo-Pak match, the players hardly bother and we handle the game just as professionals. Coach Paul Lissek was disappointed by the result but has expressed confidence that his young side can progress to the knock-out stages of the tournament if they continue to play the same way.

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  • Belgium urged to break EU-Canada trade deadlock by Monday

    After Saturday's separate talks with Freeland and Magnette, Schulz said he was hopeful a compromise could be found to clear the way for Thursday's planned EU-Canada summit. And Wallonia has some supporters around Europe. They have vowed to thwart a pact that the world's biggest trading bloc and Canada are eager to secure.

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  • Donald Trump vows to sue sexual assault accusers after election

    Meanwhile, political experts are predicting a landslide victory for Clinton but bookies are comparing the presidential campaign to Brexit and the unexpected victory for the Leave side. They came forward after he was caught boasting in a 2005 recording about being able to grope women because of his fame. Invigorated by both her commanding poll numbers and Trump's eyebrow-raising declarations, the candidate vying to become America's first female president campaigned in Pennsylvania on Saturday ...

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  • Mosul Today: Iraq calls on IS fighters in Mosul to surrender

    The Islamic State has sent trucks loaded with explosives careening toward the front lines and fired mortars to slow the Iraqi forces' advance. "As far as the Shi'ite PMF, the coalition only supports those elements that are under the direct command and control of the Iraqi security forces - and the Shi'ite PMF are not", said Major General Gary Volesky, the commander of US -led coalition ground forces in the fight against Islamic State militants.

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  • At least 3 dead after tour bus, truck crash in California

    Video from the scene showed the front end of the bus had been demolished in what appeared to have been a grinding crash. Throughout the morning, firefighters struggled to reach victims. It was heading toward the Inland Empire and greater Los Angeles, but it was not immediately disclosed exactly where its passengers had been, or were headed.

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  • Calais'

    Calais' "Jungle" dismantling to start next week

    After months of squabbling between the British and French officials over which country holds responsibility for the refugees hunkered down in Calais , both governments are now scrambling to shut the Jungle, leaving the fate of the camp's 1,000 or so youth younger than 18-children under the law-in legal limbo.

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  • Cameroon train crash death toll as high as 73, rescuers say

    Death toll in a passenger train derailment on Friday in Cameroon at around 12:00 local time (5 a.m. GMT) has risen to 55, while around 575 people were injured, state radio CRTV reported on Friday night. President Paul Biya ordered the evacuation of the injured to the country's two main cities because Eseka's hospital was overwhelmed, with only about 60 beds, said transport minister Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo'o.

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  • Cameroon says at least 53 dead after crowded train derails

    Rescue workers and medical staff at hospitals put the death toll at 73, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not permitted to speak to the press about the issue. "Buses drove passengers who escaped yesterday's incident to Douala". "Camrail has made the train's conductor and its mechanic available to the judicial police, because in these kinds of circumstances that is the procedure".

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  • Vote abstention will let Spain's Rajoy form government

    Vote abstention will let Spain's Rajoy form government

    This abstention will allow the Socialists' traditional rival, the Popular Party (PP), to govern in the fragmented Spanish parliament. The move by the opposition Socialists will nearly certainly prevent the country from having to go through a new general election.

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  • Amid a nasty race, one kind moment for Trump and Clinton

    Amid a nasty race, one kind moment for Trump and Clinton

    They drew laughs, claps and the occasional boos. It's no surprise Donald Trump was at times met with several boos from New York's elite, but he did have a few shocking moments of hilarity. I don't know who they're angry at, Hillary, you or I. For example, here she is tonight, in public pretending not to hate Catholics". "But this stuff is all relative after listening to Hillary rattle on and on and on, I don't think so badly of Rosie O'Donnell anymore.

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  • Russian Federation extends 'humanitarian pause' in Aleppo

    Nearly 500 people have been killed and 2,000 injured since government forces, backed by Russian air strikes, launched an assault on the east a month ago. But by Friday evening, no evacuations were seen along the corridor, reflecting the intractable nature of Syria's civil war, now in its sixth year. No aid has entered Aleppo since July 7 and the United Nations has warned that food rations will run out by the end of the month.

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  • Philippine police van rams protesters in front of US Embassy

    Philippine police van rams protesters in front of US Embassy

    But as activists broke through a line of riot police and threw red paint and rocks, police responded with water spray from a fire hose, tear gas and batons. He also commented that the violence toward the protesters was uncalled for. "There was absolutely no justification (for the violence)", Renato Reyes, secretary general of left-wing activist group Bayan (Nation), told reporters.

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  • PlayStation Tournaments With ESL Unveiled By Sony

    A PlayStation Plus subscription is required in order to enter a tournament for any game, and you will also have to create or link an ESL account before registering for the tournament . Account Management, PlayStation Video, and the store will not be accessible, however. Once you have signed up for a tournament , your PS4 will automatically prompt you when it is time to play your matches.

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  • South Africa announces intent to withdraw from ICC

    Under the Rome Statute that created the court, signatory countries have a legal obligation to arrest anyone sought by the tribunal. "South Africa's sudden notice to withdraw from the ICC is deeply disappointing", said Netsanet Belay, Amnesty International's research and advocacy director for Africa.

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  • In the West Bank, Samaritans provide a sanctuary

    In the West Bank, Samaritans provide a sanctuary

    The number of security forces has been increased throughout the city for the holiday. Ten Israelis were wounded in the September attacks, compared to seven in August. The ministry alleged the death was one of "dozens" of similar cases. Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian teenager whom they suspected had thrown rocks at them as they patrolled in the occupied West Bank road on Thursday, the military said .

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  • Water main floods trench in Boston, killing 2 workers

    Water main floods trench in Boston, killing 2 workers

    The BFD said that the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office and the Occupational Health Safety and Health Administration will investigate was caused the incident. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. It urged people to "remember their families/friends". A call placed to Atlantic Drain Services was not immediately returned Saturday.

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  • Browns like Terrelle Pryor enough to discuss contract extension, report says

    But this is way too many points to give a Bengals team that is 2 games under.500. Safety Jordan Poyer was placed on injured reserve with a lacerated kidney while top cornerback Joe Haden (groin) did not practice Thursday.ABOUT THE BENGALS (2-4): One of the biggest issues for Cincinnati has been its struggles in the end zone, a problem that could be rectified with the potential season debut of tight end Tyler Eifert , who hauled in 13 touchdown passes last season - three coming in one ...

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  • US Navy destroyer conducts operation in South China Sea

    US Navy destroyer conducts operation in South China Sea

    The operation was a gravely " illegal act" and intentionally " provocative ", Chinese defence ministry said late on Friday (21 October). It said that the USA is not willing to accept the change, in regard to the improving China-Philippine relations adding that as long as China, Vietnam and the Philippines stick to their own interests and put cooperation first, a USA warship sailing in the South China Sea will have no effect.

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