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  • Extremists plotting attacks on West from Raqqa

    Extremists plotting attacks on West from Raqqa

    It's been long a part of our plan that the Mosul operation would kick off when it did. Three-hundred American special operations forces are inside Syria assisting and advising the Syrian Democratic Forces, as well as some of the Turkish military forces that are now operating in northern Syria.

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  • Broncos RB CJ Anderson has meniscus damage, out indefinitely

    Broncos RB CJ Anderson has meniscus damage, out indefinitely

    Over the course of the season, Booker has done more with limited opportunities. A line says, "We don't control the weather or rain delay decisions, Cubs fans". Anderson has 437 yards rushing this season to go with four rushing touchdowns. "So, we're trying to evaluate where he's at right now". Coaches , we all have to do better.

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  • Trump to make 'closing argument,' lay out plan for first 100 days

    Yet any headway that Trump may have made was likely to be diluted by his legal threats against his accusers, just the latest example of Trump stepping on his intended message at inopportune moments. Police said initial tests showed the substance wasn't harmful. Ms Clinton was also getting a campaign boost on Saturday from singer Katy Perry, who planned to push early voting during an event in Las Vegas.

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  • Tata Sons hits back at Cyrus Mistry, says facts misrepresented in email

    The company also said that it will respond to all charges " in an appropriate manner". "He would be fully familiar with the culture, ethos, governance structure, financial and operational imperatives of the Tata Group as well as various group companies", said the statement, refuting Mistry's claim he had been sacked without notice.

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  • Airplane skids off runway in NY, GOP VP candidate Pence aboard

    Airplane skids off runway in NY, GOP VP candidate Pence aboard

    In Geneva, Ohio, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump told his supporters that Pence had come "pretty close to grave, grave danger". Campaign spokesman Marc Loetter told reporters that Pence had missed the fundraiser and was headed to his hotel for the night, the Associated Press reported.

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  • Saudi Bombing of Funeral Gathering a War Crime — UN Panel

    In a statement on Thursday, the Omani Foreign Ministry denied the Reuters report. "Yemeni shores that are close to Oman's coast are not subjected to the control of any government authority in Yemen". "The nuclear deal gave Iran an upper hand in its rivalry with Saudi Arabia, but it needs to be preserved", the diplomat said. The US's middle-eastern allies warn that last year's nuclear deal is only encouraging Iran to interfere in other countries conflicts.

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  • Japan, Philippines reaffirm rule of law in South China Sea

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, second left in white outfit, and Satoshi Nakajima, front right, commander of Japanese coast guard, shake hands at a Japan Coast Guard base in Yokohama, Thursday, Oct. Japan viewed the South China Sea issue as the highest priority in the talks with Duterte, and Tokyo had hoped to convince him about the importance of working together with the United States to resolve the dispute.

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  • Gambia says it is leaving International Criminal Court

    Many in the global community cheered when the treaty to create the ICC, the Rome Statute , was adopted in 1998 as a way to pursue some of the world's worst atrocities: genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir visited South Africa a year ago while wanted by the worldwide court for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur, western Sudan.

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  • US Judge approves VW 's $14.7 billion dieselgate settlement

    No one knows at this point how the recall will affect vehicle performance, and the market for the repaired cars isn't expected to be great, Cooke said. Negotiations on a settlement for owners of 3.0 liter engines built with cheating software are still being worked out. Volkswagen's parallel agreement with U.S.

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  • Turkish operations in Syria to continue after Dabiq liberated: Erdogan's spokesman

    Turkish operations in Syria to continue after Dabiq liberated: Erdogan's spokesman

    The group's propaganda had boasted of the fight for the northern Syrian town, citing Islamic lore that it would be the scene of a major battle between crusaders and army of the Muslim caliphate that would herald Doomsday. Free Syrian Army fighters. On Sunday it announced it had retaken the strategic town of Maardes. Four settlements near the town remain under Islamic State control.

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  • Kim Kardashian is feeling 'more positive' about life following gunpoint ordeal

    Kim Kardashian is feeling 'more positive' about life following gunpoint ordeal

    But on Tuesday, the 36-year-old was spotted backstage at her husband kanye west's saint pablo tour with the show's cameramen and a dozen armed guards, according to an Entertainment Tonight report . She's mostly tolerated her due to their husbands' friendship and [their] mutual friends, like Jennifer Lopez . Entertainer James Corden rallied to Kim's defence, telling people to stop making jokes about the robbery and remember "she's a mother, a daughter, a wife, a friend".

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  • NATO allies advance plans for east Europe troop deployment

    NATO allies advance plans for east Europe troop deployment

    Critics said refueling the ships would escalate indiscriminate bombing of civilians in the besieged Syrian city, where Russian Federation was conducting airstrikes against rebel forces in support of Syria's government. Kaliningrad has a 200-kilometer (124-mile) border with Poland, and the presence of military hardware has led to thousands of Poles joining local militias in response.

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  • Nintendo cuts profit outlook as yen strength offsets Pokemon

    Nintendo cuts profit outlook as yen strength offsets Pokemon

    In the previous period, we sold many amiibo, particularly in the Splatoon series, reaching total sell-in of approximately 10.6 million units. Nintendo profits from Pokemon GO through investments in Pokemon Co and Niantic Inc. Since the beginning of Nintendo's fiscal year in April, the yen has appreciated more than 7% against the dollar and more than 11% against the euro.

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  • Ardent Leisure shares plummet after Dreamworld tragedy

    Shareholders approved the issue of two sets of performance bonuses for Thomas worth almost $843,000, consisting of a long-term incentive and short-term incentive based on the financial year just gone. He told the meeting everyone at the company was grieving and "very much affected by the seriousness of this awful accident". Park owner Ardent Leisure Group said Dreamworld would remain closed today out of respect for the victims.

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  • Philippine leader Duterte says he wants foreign troops out

    But Duterte did not give Tokyo a firm commitment when the China-Philippines territorial dispute in the South China Sea and Beijing's moves to establish a military foothold in those waters were raised. "We will survive, without the assistance of America, maybe a lesser quality of life, but as I said, we will survive", he added. Explaining his policy, Philippine Foreign Minister Perfecto Yasay, also in Tokyo, said Duterte respects all bilateral security agreements with the USA and that he has ...

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  • Trump, GOP look to 'Obamacare' report as comeback lifeline

    Trump, GOP look to 'Obamacare' report as comeback lifeline

    Just two weeks before Election Day, the NY businessman addressed the health care development during an appearance at one of his Florida golf resorts that highlighted the extraordinary intersection of his business and political interests. The renewed emphasis on health care gave battered Republican House and Senate candidates a brief respite from months of painful questions about their presidential nominee, who has questioned the integrity of the US election system while facing personal ...

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  • National Australia Bank profit slips 94 PC to $269 million

    National Australia Bank profit slips 94 PC to $269 million

    It will pay a final dividend of 99¢ a share, the same amount it paid previous year. The results come at a time when all of the Big Four banks, which account for 80 percent of lending in Australia, have been under fire for abuse of market power following a series of scandals involving misleading financial advice, insurance fraud and interest-rate rigging.

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  • Bulldozers start demolishing French migrant camp

    Bulldozers start demolishing French migrant camp

    French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has said that all minors "with proven family links in Britain" would eventually be transferred there. 26 de octubre de 2016, 17:40Paris, Oct 26 (Prensa Latina) A total of 5,596 migrants have been evacuated from the Calais camp since the start, on Monday, of the dismantling operation, French ministry sources said today.

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  • Canada-EU free trade deal 'not ready yet'

    Canada-EU free trade deal 'not ready yet'

    Rudy Demotte , leader of the Wallonia-Brussels federation, which is closely aligned with the francophone Wallonia region in Belgium's Byzantine constitutional structure, said a summit on Thursday "would be very hard". Manfred Weber, head of a conservative bloc in parliament, told broadcaster Hessischer Rundfunk that it was a mistake to allow all European parliaments to vote on the trade pact.

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  • Boateng scores twice in 8 minutes, Galaxy advance past RSL

    Boateng scores twice in 8 minutes, Galaxy advance past RSL

    Two more play-off games get underway on Friday morning as DC United host Montreal Impact at 12.30am before Seattle Sounders welcome Sporting Kansas City at 3am with both games are live on Sky Sports 3 . In the 19th minute, midfielder Javier Morales worked his way into the box and was dragged down from behind by Boateng and referee Alan Kelly pointed to the spot for a penalty.

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  • Apple set to launch new Mac devices on Thursday

    Apple laptops have not had major enhancements to their line of computers since the Retina Display was introduced in 2012. An image of what appears to be the new MacBook Pro and some of its features was shown in an Apply Pay guide included in Apple's recent macOS update.

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  • Japan, US, S. Korea Agree to Step up Pressure on N. Korea

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been pushing the military to ideal the Musudan, and many experts believe the regime will attempt another launch in the near future. In the first-ever public admission by Washington of its inability to convince Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear weapons, he said the North's leaders are "paranoid" and consider nuclear weapons "their ticket to survival".

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  • Navy sends ship to see if Chinese sailor on boat

    Navy sends ship to see if Chinese sailor on boat

    Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules crews conducted six search patterns in the vicinity of the Quindao China and its charted course following notification of the situation Tuesday and into Wednesday. He was the first Chinese person to sail around the world when he completed his trans-navigation of the globe in a 40-foot yacht in 2013, according to his website, guochaunracing.com.

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  • Syrian standoff stalls Aleppo evacuations

    Syrian standoff stalls Aleppo evacuations

    OCHA spokesman Jens Laerke declined to specify who was responsible for the breakdown in the plans on Friday. The UN greeted the lull meant to allow the evacuation of wounded civilians and fighters from the rebel-held eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo shattered by airstrikes, but the rebels have rejected the offer to evacuate and no evacuations were seen along the corridors created by the Syrian government.

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  • Benedict Cumberbatch's Wife Sophie Hunter Pregnant With Second Baby

    Benedict , who is expecting a second child with his wife Sophie Hunter , launched a passionate attack on politicians' response to the refugee crisis on stage in London previous year. For nerds like me, this new canon is the byzantine world of comic books and superheroes - a rich mythology that Marvel has successfully brought to the movie screen.

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  • Duval County now eligible for FEMA assistance after Hurricane Matthew

    FEMA says homeowners, renters, and business owners can apply for federal disaster assistance for uninsured and underinsured damages and losses as a result of the storm. They have assistive technology equipment that allows disaster survivors to use amplified telephones; phones that display text; amplified listening devices for people with hearing loss and magnifiers for people with vision loss.

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  • Disaster recovery center opened in Glynn County

    Johns and Volusia. Craven County Emergency Services and FEMA are just some of the agencies that are set up at the disaster recovery center in Vanceboro, a one stop shop for those trying to get back on track after this disaster. "People may be eligible for FEMA assistance if they have uninsured or underinsured needs". Also, those who want can register for disaster assistance online at www.disasterassistance.gov or by calling (800) 621-3362.

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  • Charleston, Berkeley residents approved for FEMA assistance following Matthew

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency is operating the center from 7 a.m.to 7 p.m., Mondays to Saturdays at Howard Coffin Park, 1402 Sonny Miller Way. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library at 509 S. Dargen Street in Florence from 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday, for the next two weeks. Many survivors may have additional needs beyond what can be provided by FEMA.

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  • Charleston, Berkeley residents approved for FEMA assistance following Matthew

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency is operating the center from 7 a.m.to 7 p.m., Mondays to Saturdays at Howard Coffin Park, 1402 Sonny Miller Way. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library at 509 S. Dargen Street in Florence from 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday, for the next two weeks. Many survivors may have additional needs beyond what can be provided by FEMA.

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  • Charleston, Berkeley residents approved for FEMA assistance following Matthew

    Charleston, Berkeley residents approved for FEMA assistance following Matthew

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency is operating the center from 7 a.m.to 7 p.m., Mondays to Saturdays at Howard Coffin Park, 1402 Sonny Miller Way. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library at 509 S. Dargen Street in Florence from 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday, for the next two weeks. Many survivors may have additional needs beyond what can be provided by FEMA.

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  • FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers to Open in Chatham & Glynn Counties

    FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers to Open in Chatham & Glynn Counties

    FEMA says homeowners, renters, and business owners can apply for federal disaster assistance for uninsured and underinsured damages and losses as a result of the storm. You can register for assistance at DisasterAssistance.gov. Disaster survivors may also register for assistance at DisasterAssistance.gov, download the FEMA mobile app or call the FEMA helpline at 800-621-3362.

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  • FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers to Open in Chatham & Glynn Counties

    FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers to Open in Chatham & Glynn Counties

    FEMA says homeowners, renters, and business owners can apply for federal disaster assistance for uninsured and underinsured damages and losses as a result of the storm. You can register for assistance at DisasterAssistance.gov. Disaster survivors may also register for assistance at DisasterAssistance.gov, download the FEMA mobile app or call the FEMA helpline at 800-621-3362.

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  • Clay County now eligible for FEMA public assistance

    Clay County now eligible for FEMA public assistance

    Representatives from FEMA, the U.S. Small Business Administration, volunteer groups and other agencies will be available to answer questions. Federal assistance has been extended to two more Florida counties hit by Hurricane Matthew to cover eligible disaster-related expenses and the fix or rebuilding of critical infrastructure.

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  • Impressive numbers for first day of early voting

    Impressive numbers for first day of early voting

    With more than 270,000 registered voters between the two counties, officials said they hoped many will choose to vote early and make casting and counting the ballots on November 8 go that much smoother. "You hear it on doorsteps all the time", said Scott Jennings, who ran Republican nominee Mitt Romney's OH campaign in 2012. "And just being proactive in the voting process, and encouraging other people to vote".

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