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  • Over 70 aid agencies suspend cooperation with UN in Syria

    Over 70 aid agencies suspend cooperation with UN in Syria

    This brings HHN's total force deployment in Syria to approximately 8,000 militants. "We're going to continue to engage with them and all humanitarian partners in order to improve our collective efforts and reach as many people as we can in Syria", Stephane Dujarric, a United Nations spokesman for Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a statement.

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  • Autopsy underway on missing girl, 13, found dead near river

    Autopsy underway on missing girl, 13, found dead near river

    Shevy Lynn McGiffin left her home at approximately 7:15 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 9, to go to the Dollar General Store on South Fifth Avenue in Clarion Township and failed to return as expected. State police did not elaborate how Shevy died or how she and said her death is still under investigation. Barbara also added that Shevy was not the type of girl to run away.

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  • Trump courts black vote at Detroit church

    The objective of Trump's visit was "to listen" and "to learn" from the Afro-American people who live in Detroit . African-American community leaders, in particular, have railed against Trumps dire depictions of minority life and dismissed his message as intended more to reassure white voters that hes not racist than to help communities of color.

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  • Outrage over North Korean nuclear test, but few options on the table

    Outrage over North Korean nuclear test, but few options on the table

    North Korea's state media said the test, which comes after a series of ballistic missile launches, had realized the country's goal of being able to fit a miniaturized warhead on a rocket. Lavrov said global and regional powers needed to restart negotiations with the North Korean leadership. China is North Korea's strongest political ally and economic lifeline.

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  • Forum puts focus on how Clinton is judged compared to Trump

    The initial with Trevor Noah took a straight forward take on the night, giving Lauer some hefty criticism for focusing on Hillary Clinton's emails instead of her national security policies and for allowing Donald Trump to essentially skirt by with his flimsy position on the war in Iraq.

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  • Trump criticizes US policy on Russian television

    Trump criticizes US policy on Russian television

    While, in IN, state money only follows students to private schools if they qualify for the state voucher program. In a statement issued alongside his speech, Trump's campaign said his presidency would make it a national priority to provide a choice of schools to every low-income child in the country.

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  • Female WWII pilot will finally be laid to rest at Arlington

    It was accompanied by a journal in which fighter pilots wrote about how the WASPs influenced them and paved the way for them to fly. Not long after the WASP's 1977 victory recognizing their service as having been active duty, Harmon and a handful of others realized the bill had been written in a limiting way.

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  • British Airways computer problem causes delays at multiple

    The incident came to light when angry passengers took to social media site to vent their frustration at the delays, with some uploading pictures of hand-written boarding passes to Twitter. The airline's problems come barely a month after US carrier Delta Air Lines Inc. suffered a global outage that caused it to cancel 2,300 flights.

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  • Family Denies Hospital's Claims That Last Orlando Shooting Survivor Discharged

    Family Denies Hospital's Claims That Last Orlando Shooting Survivor Discharged

    Forty-four people hurt in the attack were treated at the hospital , nine of whom died. Orlando Health took in the largest number of Pulse shooting victims after the attack. The Pulse nightclub shooting in the early morning hours of June 12 is the deadliest mass shooting in USA history. The attack killed 49 people and injured more than 50 others, making it the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history.

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  • Trump Dismisses Questions Around Donation to Florida Attorney General

    Agreeing to attend all three presidential debates, the Republican nominee called too much preparation risky."I've seen people do so much prep work that when they get out there, they can't speak". "I call them. They are there for me". Moreover, the $25,000 contribution came from Trump's charitable foundation on September 17, 2013 - "four days after Bondi's office publicly announced she was considering joining a NY state probe of Trump University's activities", according to a 2013 report in ...

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  • Mother: Family 'deeply grieving' boy who disappeared in 1989

    Mother: Family 'deeply grieving' boy who disappeared in 1989

    A steady stream of people stopped Monday alongside a road near Paynesville, overlooking a farm pasture where the remains of Jacob Wetterling were found. Investigators had long suspected Scheierl's case was connected to Wetterling's. The arrest wasn't related to the Wetterling case, but search warrants at Heinrich's home turned up 19 binders full of photos of naked young boys and video tapes.

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  • Happy Birthday, Yosemite: The National Parks Service Turned 100 this Week

    America's 28th President, Woodrow Wilson , formed the National Park Service on August 25, 1916 to "protect the wild and wonderful landscapes " in the United States. How does the National Park Service celebrate its centennial anniversary at Sandy Hook? The answer to the question of what you get the National Park Service that has everything seems to be an adorable doodle.

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  • WVU is No. 2 on annual 'Party Schools' list

    WVU is No. 2 on annual 'Party Schools' list

    Only about 15% of America's 2,500 four-year colleges are profiled in the book, which is one of The Princeton Review's most popular guides. OU was named second in 2005 and again in 2010. "As such, they provide unique insights into the campus cultures, aid offerings, services, and student body communities at these schools". Moravian College, Bethlehem's other higher ed institution, makes the list and also earns kudos for its strong student government, ranking fifth on that round up.

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  • FBI warns of possible state election-system hacks

    FBI warns of possible state election-system hacks

    In Illinois some 200,000 records were compromised in late June. The alert , first reported Monday by Yahoo News, urges election officials to be on the lookout for similar attempts. Menzel told NBC Chicago in July that the state's voter registration system is "kind of a prime target for hackers" because of the database's collection of identifying information.

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  • Hackers may have taken information on 200K IL voters

    The intrusions come amid repeated unsubstantiated claims by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that the USA election system is "rigged". In Illinois some 200,000 records were compromised in late June. To help states harden their systems, the Federal Bureau of Investigation shared a number of security measures via the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC).

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  • Tropical depression headed to North Carolina

    Tropical depression headed to North Carolina

    Gaston strengthened into the first major Atlantic hurricane of the season on Sunday, packing maximum sustained winds of 115 miles per hour (185 kph) with more powerful gusts but posing no threat to any land mass. Hurricane-force winds extended outward up to 25 miles (35 kilometers) from the center, and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 140 miles (220 kilometers).

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  • Flood volunteer bus hits firetruck; 2 dead, dozens hurt

    Flood volunteer bus hits firetruck; 2 dead, dozens hurt

    Trooper Melissa Matey said an unidentified occupant of the vehicle and Fire Chief Spencer Chauvin were killed. A spokesperson for state police said the crash happened as first responders were investigating a previous vehicle accident that was reported before 7 a.m.

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