• Trump declares himself friend of Hindus, Indians
Trump declares himself friend of Hindus, Indians

In his keynote address, Trump focused on the relationship with India, saying that under the Trump administration, should he get elected, "Indian and Hindu community will have a true friend in the White House". Attendees of the "humanity united against terror" event hosted by the Republican Hindu Coalition scramble to take photos of presidential c...

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  • Clinton: Trump would be Putin's 'puppet'
Clinton: Trump would be Putin's 'puppet'

Top Democrats on the House and Senate intelligence committees say they've concluded Russian intelligence agencies were trying to influence the USA presidential election. Clinton countered that late-term abortions are often the result of medical emergencies and said the government should butt out. Trump countered by referring to his four guests in ...

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  • Clinton proposes tax relief for families with young kids
Clinton proposes tax relief for families with young kids

The center's report said Trump's tax plan would reduce federal tax revenues by $6.2 trillion over a decade. "In nearly every meaningful respect, these plans are mirror images", said Leonard E. "For instance, our plan has explicit safeguards to keep hedge funds from abusing the business rate - it's Hillary who plans secret benefits for Wall ...

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  • Rubio warns fellow Republicans who 'want to capitalize politically' on WikiLeaks documents
Rubio warns fellow Republicans who 'want to capitalize politically' on WikiLeaks documents

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump claims the 2016 election is rigged in Hillary Clinton's favor. "Tomorrow it could be us", Rubio said in a statement released on Wednesday. Trump has not only discussed the emails in both presidential debates so far, but also hinted publicly that Russian Federation was behind the hacks.

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  • Turkish President Erdogan to Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi: 'Know your place'
Turkish President Erdogan to Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi: 'Know your place'

After losing the city of Ramadi to the Islamic State group again in May 2015, the hundreds of US military trainers and advisers have made some gains. Turkish warnings about possible sectarian clashes in Mosul if the majority Sunni region were placed under Shiite militia control also have drawn Baghdad's ire.

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  • Clinton team mulled Apple's Cook for veep, emails show
Clinton team mulled Apple's Cook for veep, emails show

Also included on the list are Melinda Gates , General Motors CEO Mary Barra , Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent , and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz . Cook subsequently held a fundraiser for Clinton in August. Mook said the campaign had advised Wasserman Schultz that "that we expected to be consulted - and I was under the impression they would". That's...

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  • Syria First Lady says she refused offer to leave
Syria First Lady says she refused offer to leave

Hamadeh's coffin was covered with the group's yellow flag and was placed next to another fighter killed in Syria, Jalal al-Afi. After a closed-door meeting of the UN Security Council, Russia's Ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin has said Moscow has announced an 8 hour ceasefire on Thursday, but a longer humanitarian pause will require some mutual ...

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  • So Nice! Canada Reminds US Why It's great
So Nice! Canada Reminds US Why It's great

The Garden Collective, an ad agency in Toronto, is trying to make things a little better with a social media campaign and video ode to our fair nation. Some were keen to highlight the history-making side of the US. That's really great stuff. Everyone needs a pick-me-up sometimes, and in the midst of a divisive election campaign the United State...

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  • Hurricane Matthew leaves almost 1.1 mln in U.S. Southeast powerless
Hurricane Matthew leaves almost 1.1 mln in U.S. Southeast powerless

Simons and Tybee. It has since down to 6 to 9 feet, but that is still risky. Matthew, meanwhile, lost its hurricane status, subsiding to a "post-tropical cyclone" after cutting a swath from Florida to SC that left nine dead. All of this will need to be determined as through the weekend. Bill Orlove, a spokesperson for Florida Power and Light, s...

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  • Tesco pulls Unilever goods from website over price row
Tesco pulls Unilever goods from website over price row

Unilever and Tesco Plc settled a Brexit-inspired pricing dispute that had caused products like Marmite spreads and Dove body wash to get pulled temporarily from the United Kingdom retailer's online store. The standoff dominated the news in Britain yesterday. A Unilever spokesperson also expressed the company's satisfaction with the outcome, sa...

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  • Australian Government Allows Severe Mistreatment Of Refugees, Report Says
Australian Government Allows Severe Mistreatment Of Refugees, Report Says

Just over 800 asylum-seeker men are held in the Manus camp, with Australia in August agreeing to close it following a Papua New Guinea Supreme Court ruling declaring that holding people there was unconstitutional and illegal. "People's bodies and their health is one of the only recourses left to them". She added that "the combination of refugees"...

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  • Philippines: 76 Percent Approval Rating for President Duterte
Philippines: 76 Percent Approval Rating for President Duterte

Lorenzana said the windfall of the USA military aid to the country was " not that much ", estimated to only between US$50 to 100 million a year, which Congress could later on augment with a bigger allocation in the annual budget. And if it is just the two of us there, I will present the problem to him. China claims almost all of the sea, even...

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  • Titans 28, Browns 26
Titans 28, Browns 26

The Titans are 3-3 and back in the AFC South race. On both plays, rookie Derrick Kindred was late in coverage. Wright caught a 48-yard touchdown behind DB Irbraheim Campbell and DB Jamar Taylor. Poyer remained on the ground for several minutes before walking to the sideline. Jackson's players weren't questioning his choice to go for two points.

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  • Thailand's Pavit wins Macau Open in playoff
Thailand's Pavit wins Macau Open in playoff

Ian Poulter played like a golfer returning from a four-month break on Friday, losing his first-round lead and slipping into a share for 11th at the halfway mark of the Macau Open after carding a 2-over 73 in the second round. "I was hitting all over the place but I managed to hang in there". I couldn't putt well before but now, it's okay. "I was...

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  • Sturgeon warns of possible Scottish independence referendum
Sturgeon warns of possible Scottish independence referendum

The British government has stuck to saying there will be a one-size-fits-all deal for the United Kingdom after it leaves the EU.But Northern Ireland, which also voted to remain, has had a sympathetic hearing for its concerns about the creation of a "hard border" with the Irish Republic.

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  • A look at the women making allegations against Trump
A look at the women making allegations against Trump

Threatening to jail a political opponent and fueling public distrust of a popular election - to explain his loss, should that happen - was a striking breach of faith in American democracy. He has denied the claims, calling the women liars. The idea the election is unfairly tilted against Trump has become a resurgent theme for the NY billionair...

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  • Two more arrested for posting malicious contents about Jaya's health
Two more arrested for posting malicious contents about Jaya's health

The last update was on 10 October, in which the hospital said that she was being closely monitored. Despite such rumours, the cabinet is working in a disciplined manner, and AIADMK has shown full support to the leader who is still in the hospital and there is no threat to her position.

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  • Operation begins to recapture key Iraqi city from IS
Operation begins to recapture key Iraqi city from IS

The operation to liberate Mosul is expected to be a "messy and prolonged battle", CNN senior worldwide correspondent Ben Wedeman said in the Iraqi city of Irbil, adding that the battle would likely come down to "street-to-street fighting".

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  • TN farmers, political parties stage protests for Cauvery board
TN farmers, political parties stage protests for Cauvery board

Opposition parties, including the DMK, extended their support and participated in the agitation. The protesters will also urge the Tamil Nadu government to convene an all-party meeting to discuss the Cauvery issue. The committee was directed by the Supreme Court to study the ground level situation in the Cauvery basin in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu....

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  • How Chelsea could line up against Leicester City, Two changes predicted
How Chelsea could line up against Leicester City, Two changes predicted

Leicester looked a better side in the second half and were almost gifted a goal when Luiz's clearance crashed against Courtois' upright. Claudio Ranieri's men endured their fourth defeat of the season, and could end the day just one point above the drop zone.

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  • Ansarullah Warns against US Plot to Invade Yemen's Hudaydah
Ansarullah Warns against US Plot to Invade Yemen's Hudaydah

A body set up by the coalition said the attack in the capital Sanaa was launched based on the incorrect assumption that armed Houthi leaders were in the area. Navy destroyer USS Mason on two separate occasions. The deadly airstrikes on the funeral triggered a wave of counterattacks against both US and Saudi targets.

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  • Fresh push to revive ceasefire in Syria
Fresh push to revive ceasefire in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry's portrayal of the result as "exactly what we wanted" sounded unconvincing. Kerry toured the bleak reminder of Rwanda's 100 days of absolute carnage just hours before he was scheduled to depart for a new round of negotiations on Syria, today's worst tragedy.

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  • Trump wants Clinton to take a drug test before next debate
Trump wants Clinton to take a drug test before next debate

I'm standing at my podium and she walks in front of me, right? "The election is being rigged by the liberal media to push outright lies to rig the election". "You know the truth". "Her opponent has made it pretty clear he's just going to drag this election as low as it can possibly go", Obama said. She told the newspaper she leaned away, then tur...

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  • Russia, India to sign deal on air defense missile systems and helicopters
Russia, India to sign deal on air defense missile systems and helicopters

Rest of the helicopters will be made in India. China has been the first foreign buyer of the S-400 system. Modi said that his views were aligned with Putin's on the unstable situation in Afghanistan and the Middle East, where Moscow is at odds with the West in the five-year-old civil war in Syria that has killed hundreds of thousands.

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  • Auburn: Former star DE Quentin Groves dies at age 32
Auburn: Former star DE Quentin Groves dies at age 32

Groves and his wife, Teska Baptiste, were in Trinidad for the weekend to visit Baptiste's homeland. Groves played two seasons in Jacksonville before making stops in Oakland, Arizona, Cleveland, Tennessee and Buffalo. Before his death, Quentin Groves was a standout defensive end in college who made his way to the NFL. During the 2008 National Foot...

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  • Russian Federation vetoes United Nations resolution to save war-torn Aleppo
Russian Federation vetoes United Nations resolution to save war-torn Aleppo

China abstained from the French-drafted resolution, which sought to end airstrikes on the north Syrian city of Aleppo by grounding the Russian and Syrian military planes over Aleppo, and voted in favor of the Russian draft which called for an end to hostilities in the Middle East country and ensure humanitarian access to the Syrian people in need.

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  • Harris Downplays Ryan Decision To Abandon Trump Campaign
Harris Downplays Ryan Decision To Abandon Trump Campaign

By the way, including Ryan, especially Ryan". Several leading Republicans have withdrawn their support or even called for him to drop out of the race. "People that waffle are going to have more trouble than people who pick a side", said Brian Bartlett, a Republican strategist who worked for Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign.

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  • U.S. and Russian Federation trade blame on Syria after Washington drops ceasefire talks
U.S. and Russian Federation trade blame on Syria after Washington drops ceasefire talks

Zeid said that the situation in Aleppo demanded bold new initiatives "including proposals to limit the use of the veto by the permanent members of the Security Council", which would enable the United Nations body to refer the situation in Syria to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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  • President Zuma reaffirms support for Minister Gordhan
President Zuma reaffirms support for Minister Gordhan

Section 22 of the National Prosecuting Authority Act states that the national director "may review a decision to prosecute or not to prosecute, after consulting the relevant director and after taking representations, within the period specified by the national director, of the accused person, the complainant and any other person or party whom the n...

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  • Early voting start brings queues of voters in some counties
Early voting start brings queues of voters in some counties

Even though it's proven a tough election cycle, Martinez says she tries to stay above the fray. You'll need to apply for an absentee ballot by mailing the application to your county clerk's office by October 31st. Randall Adkins, a political science professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, agreed. "If you don't vote, you don't have the r...

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  • South Korea picks new site for United States missile defense system
South Korea picks new site for United States missile defense system

The U.S. and South Korea will install a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system in Seongju. The defection comes amid a particularly tense time in North-South relations. "(South Korea) will leave the path open so that North Korean people can find hope and (new) lives", she said, inviting those that flee the country to ...

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  • Palestinian gunman kills two in Jerusalem
Palestinian gunman kills two in Jerusalem

Two of the victims, both women, were critically injured. The last attack in Jerusalem was on 19 September, amid a spate of incidents, when two police officers were wounded, one seriously, in a stabbing close to the Old City. Police sent extra forces to Jerusalem , already on high alert, after a Palestinian man from east Jerusalem shot an...

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  • Indian decision to seal border with Pakistan irrational: Chinese Analysts
Indian decision to seal border with Pakistan irrational: Chinese Analysts

A Pakistan parliamentary delegation spoke of the increasing role that Pakistan can play in linking Central Asia to South Asia and the need to expand the grouping. Entry into the SAARC would also suit China, who is getting increasingly anxious about India's growing influence in the region. As India wants to get Azhar Masood blacklisted in another at...

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  • Clinton adviser Podesta connects Trump campaign to WikiLeaks
Clinton adviser Podesta connects Trump campaign to WikiLeaks

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is joined by NBA Hall of Famer Alonzo Mourning, right rear, and his wife, Tracy, second from right in rear, during a visit to the Overtown Youth Center in Miami on October 11, 2016. "What is going on?" "This is collusion and corruption of the highest order and is one more reason I will ask my attorney...

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  • Sacramento County's big ballot costs more to mail in
Sacramento County's big ballot costs more to mail in

Vote-by-mail requests are only good through two general elections. Tuesday marked the deadline for voter registration in the county, and, as McKinley told the Board of Commissioners Tuesday, everything is going smoothly in the elections office.

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