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  • Duterte calls himself Hitler, wants to kill 3 million

    Duterte calls himself Hitler, wants to kill 3 million

    Now there is three million, there's three million drug addicts... Duterte recently insulted President Barack Obama and in a series of remarks he has undermined the previously close relationship between Manila and Washington. "The comparison of drug users and dealers to Holocaust victims is inappropriate and deeply offensive", said Todd Gutnick, the group's director of communications.

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  • Miss Universe Touted by Clinton Threatened to Kill Me, Judge Claimed

    Miss Universe Touted by Clinton Threatened to Kill Me, Judge Claimed

    Donald Trump is claiming he saved the job of a former Miss Universe victor as another pageant contestant came forward to charge the Republican presidential candidate had made derogatory comments about her appearance. The GOP candidate's comments toward Machado were raised by Hillary Clinton during Monday's first presidential debate . "I said, 'I don't want to do this, Mr.

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  • To Send 600 More Troops to Iraq

    Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Congress. The Islamic State is suspected of firing a shell containing a mustard gas agent last week that landed near Iraq's Qayyarah Air Base, where USA and Iraqi troops are operating ahead of the battle for Mosul.

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  • India tells Pakistan to abandon Kashmir dream

    This comes at a time when the relationship between Indian and Pakistan have been badly hit in the aftermath of terror attacks in Uri. Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar summoned Abdul Basit and provided him the details of the two guides who he said helped the terrorists to reach the Uri army camp on September 18.

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  • India says Pakistan believes terror will bring territory

    Pakistan rejects the accusation and says India needs to conduct a proper investigation before it apportions blame. "India has and never will bow down in the face of terrorism". "Only one country in Asia is a safe haven for terrorists". He, however had not elaborated on elements of Swaraj's address but said "the whole world and the entire country is waiting to hear what the External Affairs Minister has to say but I think the broad themes that Akbaruddin has outlined are definitely going to ...

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  • California Rural Communities Evacuated in Wake of Heat-driven Wildfire

    It was 78 percent contained after scorching more than 127,478 acres, mostly in the Los Padres National Forest, and destroying 57 homes and 11 outbuildings, officials said. "The biggest challenge with these types of fires is the geography", he said. She told the newspaper: "That's it; that's what matters". "I can see all the smoke billowing up from the fire".

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  • India to Ratify Paris Agreement on Climate Change

    India to Ratify Paris Agreement on Climate Change

    Nearly a month ago, the United States ratified its commitment toward helping climate change and reducing gas emissions in the country, which is the world's largest emitter of gas after China. Unfortunately, it has always been clear that the emissions cuts that countries have volunteered to make by 2030, as part of the Paris agreement, are not almost enough to limit warming to 2 °C, let alone the aspirational 1.5 °C.

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  • Loma Fire: Road closure list from Cal Fire

    Portions of Croy Road are also under an evacuation warning. Officials said, the city of Morgan Hill are not threatened and there is no expectation that the fire will spread to the area. Just as an engine from nearly every local Marin fire department is assigned to a large fire, he said if a big fire were to break out in Marin, mutual aid would be sent.

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  • Democratic VP candidate raises debate expectations for Clinton

    The Commission on Presidential Debates has decided that Gov. Gary Johnson isn't doing well enough in national polls to earn a place on the debate stage. While celebrities, well-known figures and members of the public are taking to social media to discuss and share and laud it, others are arguing that the message should be focused on her own policies rather than quote Trump.

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  • Spain: Political wrangling continues after regional votes

    Spain: Political wrangling continues after regional votes

    Feijoo became the only regional leader to have a majority government in Spain when the PP won 47.5 percent of the vote and 41 seats in the 75-seat Galician regional assembly. The Socialist Party suffered heavy losses in both regions. The Basque Nationalist Party is more likely to seek support from Spain's opposition Socialist party, than from the conservative Popular Party, Marin Algarra said.

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  • Gas explosion rocks central Budapest

    Gas explosion rocks central Budapest

    It is a highly frequented area with many cafes, restaurants, night clubs and hotels, all packed on Saturday night. Authorities were offering a reward of 10 million forint (about $36,700) reward for information on the suspect. An American tourist told M1 channel , "There was a big explosion, I saw lots of smoke, and the window of the hostel I was staying in nearby was smashed".

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  • Long war forced on India by Pakistan, Shah

    Long war forced on India by Pakistan, Shah

    The BJP President's statement described Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's speech at the United Nation General Assembly as open proof that the neighbouring country openly advocates terrorism. "At present, a liberation movement is ongoing in IOK", he said , adding that "such attacks would dent the movement in Kashmir and Pakistan's cause".

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  • Real Madrid dealing with poor results and unhappy Ronaldo

    Real Madrid dealing with poor results and unhappy Ronaldo

    Real Madrid got off to a good start this season but setbacks against Villarreal and Las Palmas in the Spanish league, combined with Ronaldo's angry reaction after being substituted on Saturday, have created an air of turmoil. "We are working hard and focused on what we're doing". Real Madrid's Brazilian worldwide midfielder Casemiro could miss up to a month after suffering a leg fracture, the European champions said on Thursday.

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  • India claims diplomatic victory over Pakistan in UN

    A high ranking BSF official told Sputnik that there has been no sighting of additional Pakistani troops along the border whatsoever. "Perhaps renunciation of lies and self-restraint on threats could be a good place for Pakistan to start", Gambhir said.

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  • Loss to the Patriots Should have Texans Brass, Questioning O'Brien

    Marshall "disgusted": Brandon Marshall took advantage of the rare opportunity to sit down, relax and watch an NFL football game Thursday night. Brian Hoyer would take over at QB if Cutler can't go. Punter Ryan Allen had his best game as a pro with 7/7 punts downed inside the 20 yard line and 5 of them inside the 15. Houston's average drive start was the 16 yard line, compared to the 40 yard line for the Patriots.

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  • Oil climbs as Venezuela sees output deal, Libya suffers clashes

    The American Petroleum Institute reported a decline in weekly inventory of 7.5 million barrels, compared with a build of 1.4 million barrels from the week prior. The Brent crude futures contract for November delivery was trading at $45.67 per barrel-a fall of ~0.63%. Inventories at Cushing, the delivery point for WTI, probably rose by 100,000 barrels, according to the survey.

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  • Excerpts from AP interview with Syrian president Assad

    Excerpts from AP interview with Syrian president Assad

    Assad said he believed the US-led coalition airstrike against a Syrian army base that killed at least 62 soldiers on Saturday was a deliberate act. United Nations aid convoys began rolling in Syria again on Thursday, three days after the United Nations suspended all humanitarian convoys following the deadly attack.

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  • Iraqi forces close in on town south of Mosul

    Tens of thousands of civilians are thought to be trapped in Sherqat, which lies on the Tigris River, 100 kilometers south of Iraq's second-largest city. The US forces will not be on the front lines but will be out in the field with Iraqi units, officials said. President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's meeting in New York Monday also signaled the Mosul operation may soon unfold.

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