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The statement pointed out that there were 17 members of that terrorist network, including a woman. Saudi Arabia has broken up an ISIL-linked terrorist network that was involved in past attacks in the kingdom and was planning more attacks against civilians, security personnel and government sites.
  • China says Japan trying to 'confuse' South China Sea situation

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    At the September G-20 meeting in Hangzhou, China, however, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that Russia stood " in solidarity with China's position " of not recognizing the court's decision and opposing the interference of third parties in the South China Sea dispute.
  • Wenger wants Arsenal penalty taker resolved

    Wenger wants Arsenal penalty taker resolved

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    They have always had the ability to crush inferior opposition while making it look like a training session. Arsene Wenger is used to playing catch-up in the Premier League title race - and admits he his team already have work to do to keep the pace with Manchester City.
  • Donald Trump Stock Portfolio Dips as Poll Numbers Strengthen

    Donald Trump Stock Portfolio Dips as Poll Numbers Strengthen

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    Hillary Clinton today acknowledged that the threat of terrorism in the nation was "real" but argued that entire communities should not be profiled in the wake of this weekend's attacks in NY and New Jersey. In the age of global terrorism, it was a matter of choosing "common sense" over "political correctness", he said in an interview on CBS. The former secretary of state called for a ramped-up air campaign against ISIS targets.
  • Clinton says Trump gives 'aid, comfort' to ISIS recruiters

    Clinton says Trump gives 'aid, comfort' to ISIS recruiters

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    Cloud, Minn., and a pipe bomb blast at a Marine Corps charity race route in Seaside Heights, N.J. The bombings and the news that police have launched a massive manhunt for a naturalized US citizen from Afghanistan create a political dilemma for Clinton, as she faces an opponent warning that the Obama administration anti-terrorism efforts that she helped design have been a failure.
  • Chelsea confirm David Luiz deal agreed with Paris Saint-Germain

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    News broke late on Tuesday night that Chelsea had made their move for the Brazilian global and we soon saw images of Luiz arriving in London to undergo his medical and finalise personal terms. Luiz joined the Blues from Benfica for £21.3m in January 2011 and made 143 appearances for the club. Chelsea were keen to bolster their options at centre-back, with Kurt Zouma's ongoing recovery from injury leaving John Terry and Gary Cahill as Antonio Conte's only fit, experienced options.
  • DC 'Highly Vigilant' After New York, New Jersey Bomb Attacks

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    An alert sent shortly before 8 a.m. today says police were seeking a man in connection with the Saturday night bombing in New York City, identified by authorities as 28-year-old Rahami. Sunday. In the video, the man leaves the duffel bag where police later found the unexploded pressure cooker. Following the explosion in New Jersey, a bomb went off in the Chelsea area of Manhattan, New York City, on Saturday evening.
  • Syria's military declares week-long ceasefire over

    Syria's military declares week-long ceasefire over

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    But while the agreement has led to a significant reduction in fighting over the past week, violence has been increasing in recent days, and a planned delivery of humanitarian aid to besieged rebel-held districts of eastern Aleppo - one of the first steps in the deal - has been repeatedly postponed.
  • India blames Pakistan for Uri camp attack without any proof

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    The attack comes after two months of violence in parts of Kashmir since the killing of a Hizbul Mujaheddin commander in July this year. Unofficial sources said most of the dead soldiers were from the Bihar Regiment. "While three of the four heavily armed militants were killed within the initial fifteen minutes of establishing contact, the fourth was neutralized later and four AK 47 rifles and equal number of UBGLs along with other war like stores were recovered from them", the spokesperson ...
  • Labour members could vote in shadow cabinet elections, Jeremy Corbyn signals

    Labour members could vote in shadow cabinet elections, Jeremy Corbyn signals

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    In an interview for BBC1's Panorama, the shadow Chancellor John McDonnell conceded that his leadership team had made mistakes over the previous year and would welcome advice from former senior ministers and shadow ministers. The idea will be seen by some in the party as a rebuke to Tom Watson, the deputy leader, who is due to put forward plans to put the election of shadow cabinet ministers exclusively in the hands of the parliamentary Labour party.
  • Netanyahu to meet Obama during UN meeting

    Netanyahu to meet Obama during UN meeting

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    President Obama will meet with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the United Nations General Assembly in NY later this week, the White House announced. "This is an agreement that will greatly strengthen the security of Israel, and we should all welcome it and express our appreciation to the United States", the prime minister added.
  • Mandoza Dies of Cancer at 38

    Mandoza Dies of Cancer at 38

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    Earlier this month, Mandoza's family released a statement confirming the Nkalakatha hit maker was fighting for his life after having cancer treatment a year ago. Sithole added that he would report on full details after family members had been informed. "In a awkward situation". Earlier this month, it was being reported that the musician had been admitted to hospital and was "fighting for his life" but his family later reassured the public and his fans, saying he was home and in a stable ...
  • Syria claims coalition airstrike hit regime forces

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    The Syrian army said the bombardment "clearly set the scene for a terrorist attack by Daesh on the position and controlling it", using an Arabic acronym for Islamic State. Russia's Defence Ministry said on Saturday conditions were deteriorating, adding that it believed the ceasefire had been breached 199 times by rebels and saying the United States would be responsible if it were to collapse.
  • Australian senator tells immigrants: 'Go back where you came from'

    Australian senator tells immigrants: 'Go back where you came from'

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    The 62-year-old - who rose to prominence on an anti-immigration, anti-establishment, anti-free trade ticket - warned that Australia needed to take action against what she saw as the rising influence of Islam. But she also railed against the "discriminatory, biased and unworkable" family law system, and accused mothers of making "frivolous claims" to get sole custody of their children.
  • Ivanka Trump admits her plan for family benefits excludes male gay parents

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    Moments later, Trump walked out of the interview early, citing the interviewer's "negative" tone during additional questions about Donald Trump's previous disparaging comments about women . Trump defended her father as Gupta pressed her for answers on how he plans to pay for such policies. She said that the reason the proposal wouldn't include to those groups is that "the original intention of the plan is to help mothers in recovery in the immediate aftermath of childbirth".
  • China Bracing for Second Typhoon in 3 Days

    China Bracing for Second Typhoon in 3 Days

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    Meranti, the strongest typhoon to hit China this year, made landfall in Xiamen City, Fujian, on Thursday, with a maximum 17-grade wind force bringing extraordinary rainstorms. As many as 18 people died and 11 others were missing in the province, Fujian flood control authorities said today. Over 600 rescuers are working in disaster-hit areas of Zhejiang.
  • False alarm leads to major police operation in central Paris

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    Eyewitnesses reported seeing French police and military staking out the church from the corner of the Rue Saint Denis, Châtelet's main shopping street. Reports on social media suggest gunshots heard, hostage situation. The alert had been sparked by a hoax telephone call, according to French media.
  • Attorneys for 'Making a Murderer' convict press for release

    Attorneys for 'Making a Murderer' convict press for release

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    Despite declaration of Avery's case being overturned, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is petitioning the ruling in the seventh court. A judge ordered his release in August but a Wisconsin Attorney General appealed the decision. "That conviction was based on a videotaped confession that this court has deemed involuntary and about whose reliability the court harbors 'significant doubts'".
  • US agency announces official recall of Samsung Galaxy Note 7

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    The Telegraph reports that CPRS chairman Elliot Kaye 'appeared to blast Samsung for not coordinating with his agency'. With a total of almost 1 million Galaxy Note 7 units having been recalled in the U.S., the disclosure by Baxter means that the exchange option has been availed by only about 13 percent Galaxy Note 7 owners.
  • EU leaders gather for summit to jumpstart stalling bloc

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    The leaders, 28 minus British Prime Minister Theresa May, committed to have a clear roadmap of the way ahead and some practical results when they meet in late March to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Union founding Treaty of Rome in the Italian capital.
  • Norwegian hostage freed by al Qaeda-linked group in Philippines

    Norwegian hostage freed by al Qaeda-linked group in Philippines

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    Norway said the release was a "positive development", adding that it was closely monitoring the situation and working with Philippine authorities to bring Sekkingstad to safety. Two of his companions, Canadians John Ridsdel and Robert Hall were beheaded separately. But regional military spokesman Major Filemon Tan said the release of the victim was the result of "an offshoot of ongoing military operations.
  • Corbyn defends team after release of abuse MPs' names

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    Mr Coyle, who represents Bermondsey & Old Southwark, told the Evening Standard he is confident the three of them have a solid case against the Labour leader. For example, a Labour member was apparently banned for the victimless message of "I f*cking love the Foo Fighters". Many opposition politicians fear that local party members will use the shake-up to try to deselect them if Mr Corbyn retains the leadership later this month.
  • Israelis injured in vehicle ramming and stabbing attacks

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    A knife was found in the vehicle fired upon, the army said in a statement. Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City has been a flashpoint for terror attacks during the wave of violence that began almost a year ago. He was targeted while allegedly fleeing arrest, according to the military. According to the army, the man ran at the officers while yelling "Allahu Akbar", and was shot dead before he could harm any of them.
  • Donald's Daughter Walks Out of Cosmopolitan Interview

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    The plan also skirts criticism from religious conservatives, who have fought government tax policies they say encourage women to leave the home to seek employment, rather than stay home to raise children. When women's mag Cosmopolitan met with Chelsea Clinton in February, they gave her the kid-glove treatment, asking whether she'd live in the White House if her mother wins and whether she had "fun moments" to share.
  • Supply factors pull oil prices lower early Friday

    Supply factors pull oil prices lower early Friday

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    Libya's state oil company also lifted curbs on sales from three ports on Wednesday, ANZ Bank said. "A fundamental argument for lower crude values remains simple to construct as global inventories continue to mount amidst near record OPEC production and a stronger output from the USA than had previously been anticipated", Jim Ritterbusch, president of energy-advisory firm Ritterbusch & Associates said in a note.
  • Japan to increase activities in South China Sea

    Japan to increase activities in South China Sea

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    Inada said. China reportedly warned Japan against sending Self-Defense Forces to join USA freedom of navigation exercises in the South China Sea earlier this year, calling it a " red line ". Inada highlighted China's reclamation and island-building campaign in the South China Sea, including the construction of "runways, hangars, berthing facilities, and radars" on artificial islands that can serve military purposes.
  • British ambassador performs hajj after converting to Islam

    British ambassador performs hajj after converting to Islam

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    Simon Collis made the holy trip - which it is a duty for all able-bodied Muslims to make at least once in their life - with his wife Huda Mujarkech. Collins has been posted to Riyadh since 2015 after fleeing Syria where he was Britain's representative until the civil war there escalated in 2011/12.
  • Train derails after heavy thunderstorms pound England

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    They are now working with fire and ambulance services at the scene. London Midland said passengers should not travel unless it is absolutely unnecessary, whilst Southern, which has suffered from persistent delays this year, said passenger tickets would be accepted on London Underground services.
  • Britain's UKIP elects Diane James new leader amid acrimony

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    The party has been plunged into turmoil as rival factions continue to publicly clash. He said: "We can be very proud of the fact that we won the war but we now must win the peace". I think she presents a really good image for us: professional. According to The Times newspaper, he has said he wants to create a new right-wing movement or party appealing to Brexit voters.