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  • Korea Air Line fails to decide on Hanjin Shipping rescue funding

    One of Hanjin's captains on board a vessel in global waters close to Japan has said that his vessel was allowed to enter the Japanese port on Wednesday in order to unload cargo. Meanwhile, Neptune Orient Lines of Singapore decided in June to become a wholly-owned subsidiary of France's CMA CGM, the world's third-largest container shipper.

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  • Contract uncertainty affected Eriksen form - Pochettino

    Contract uncertainty affected Eriksen form - Pochettino

    Since joining in August 2013 Eriksen has made 134 appearances for the club - last season he scored eight times as Spurs finished third in the table. "The response from our fans has been fantastic and is testament to just how big this football club is", Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy told the club's website on Friday.

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  • California extends most ambitious climate change law in US

    AB 197 has made a legislative committee to work on policies relating to climate change to assist in ensuring that the state's actions to decrease GHG emissions have been taken with accountability and transparency. Edmond Brown has signed legislation on September 8, strengthening the state's promise to decrease greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The governor, who has traveled the world promoting greenhouse-gas reduction efforts, issued an executive order previous year setting the 2030 goals ...

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  • 45 people stuck overnight in cable cars at Mont Blanc

    45 people stuck overnight in cable cars at Mont Blanc

    Passengers from the stalled cable cars standing with police officers after being rescued. La Compagnie du Mont Blanc, which runs the cable auto, said in a statement that, while the cables can become tangled after an abrupt halt to the system or in strong winds, it was not clear what caused the issue on Thursday.

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  • Dems Suing To Get Donald Trump Booted Off The Ballot In Minnesota

    Dems Suing To Get Donald Trump Booted Off The Ballot In Minnesota

    Keith Downey , chairman of the Minnesota Republican Party , said last month that the party called a special meeting to approve alternative electors because it had previously neglected to do so. Minnesota's secretary of state accepted the certification, and Trump was ultimately added to the ballot. As of Friday morning, Trump and Pence were listed on the sample ballot on the Secretary of State's website .

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  • Air raids on Syria's Aleppo kill 9

    Air raids on Syria's Aleppo kill 9

    Reuters quoted an Islamist source as saying that he was at a hideout in the village of Kafr Naha when the strike occurred. Al-Nusra Front changed its name at the end of July, reportedly cutting ties with al-Qaeda at the same time. Pro-government forces have recently stepped up attacks on rebel-held Aleppo, after regaining control this week of a major artery in the city's south, which rebel forces had taken last month.

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  • 110 people stuck in cable cars at Mont Blanc in Alps

    110 people stuck in cable cars at Mont Blanc in Alps

    About 110 people were initially trapped in 36 Vallee Blanche cable cars linking the Aiguille du Midi peak to Pointe Helbronner, a popular tourist activity in the region. Food, drink and blankets had been delivered to them. "We are in contact with the clients [in the cable cars]". Chamonix Mayor Eric Fournier told BFMTV that helicopters are being used to get the people back down to the valley.

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  • Obama, Duterte meet despite Filipino leader's crude language

    Obama, Duterte meet despite Filipino leader's crude language

    It's what else he's thinking. "Putang-ina, mumurahin kita diyan sa forum na 'yan (Son of a b****, I will curse you in that forum)". There also is one that covers accidental encounters between China and ASEAN nations in the South China Sea. However, Obama did not sit next to Duterte. That's because it can never be quite sure what he will do next. "I am happy. This shows that the relationship between the two allies is strong", Yasay told reporters .

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  • Hurricane Newton on path toward Mexico's border with Arizona

    Hurricane Newton on path toward Mexico's border with Arizona

    People help a tourist move his auto after it became stuck in the sand, after the passing of Hurricane Newton in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Tuesday, Sept. Rainfall of up to 12 inches was expected to spark "life-threatening flash floods and mudslides", especially in coastal areas, according to the Weather Channel .

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  • Death toll in crash of Mexico police helicopter rises to 5

    Death toll in crash of Mexico police helicopter rises to 5

    A fourth officer was injured in the crash. It is not the first time the gang cells manage to knock down a law enforcement helicopter in the Mexican states rigged by gang violence. The officers were on a mission to arrest gang leaders in the city notorious for its thriving drug cartels. The vigilantes have been ordered to disband but some of the militia's members have been implicated in crimes.

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  • Oil minister: Iran backs OPEC moves geared toward stability

    Oil minister: Iran backs OPEC moves geared toward stability

    New brand of Iranian oil will enter world markets by end of this year on March 20, Director of the International Affairs Department of National Iranian Oil Company Mohsen Ghamsari said on Tuesday. West Texas Intermediate, the USA marker, was up 1.8 per cent at US$45.23 a barrel. A previous Opec attempt to freeze output collapsed in April - three months after the nuclear deal came into effect - largely because of Iran's refusal to join talks.

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  • Corbyn under pressure for raising doubts over commitment to Single Market

    Corbyn under pressure for raising doubts over commitment to Single Market

    Dugdale has backed Corbyn's opponent Owen Smith in the Labour leadership contest. But former members who formed another group that also performs under the name UB40 pointedly failed to back the Opposition leader. The Prime Minister claimed Mr Corbyn was "wrong" and the commitment has been delivered. 'I say to the right honourable gentleman this: he may have a model of society where he doesn't want to see private landlords, where he wants to see the government owning everything, the ...

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  • Netanyahu in Holland again offers to meet Abbas

    Abbas declared he was ready for talks anywhere in the world. The two leaders discussed the latest developments in the Palestinian issue, including Israel's ongoing settlement construction and expansion in the occupied Palestinian territories.

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  • Mexico's Treasury minister resigns after Trump visit

    In a statement to the press, Nieto praised Luis Videgaray's work as finance minister, but did not mention his former top aide's reported role in USA presidential candidate Donald Trump's controversial visit to Mexico . He did not announce a new post for Videgaray. His former boss, Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, who led the interior ministry during the jailbreak and eventual recapture of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, received a boost to his hopes of becoming the ruling Institutional ...

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  • Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

    Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

    House of leaders have been targeted and many asked to leave the party. Referring to the refusal of separatist leaders to meet the all party delegation led by Home Minister Rajnath Singh recently, Athawale said such an approach was "not good".

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  • Obama won't meet with Philippine president

    He added that he would certainly address the need to approach the drug trafficking war in a "way that is consistent with basic worldwide norms". Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, shakes hands with U.S. The setback in relations between the United States and the Philippines comes at a crucial time in the region, with China seeking to cement control over the contested South China Sea.

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  • Amid struggle for Syria deal, Obama and Putin to meet Monday

    The White House has said Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin likely would have the chance to talk informally on the sidelines of the G20. US President Barack Obama said both nations were working "around the clock" on a ceasefire, and a State Department official said a deal was close.

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  • Brock Turner, after serving 3 months on sex

    Turner bowed his head as he rushed past a crowd of reporters outside the Santa Clara County jail in San Jose just after 6 a.m. (9 a.m. ET). Under the terms of his release, he faces three years of supervised probation and will be registered as a sex offender for the rest of his life.

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