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Or in Giuliani's words: "Don't you think a man who has this kind of economic genius is a lot better for the United States than a woman? ". "By contrast, five have given to Donald Trump". Giuliani denied he's pursuing "any office or position in a future administration". Giuliani has been at the point of the spear of the newly developing attack line from the Trump campaign that Hillary Clinton mistreated the women with whom Bill Clinton had affairs.
  • At Least 20 Dead After IS Attack at Syria Border Crossing

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    Mr De Mistura said that there were a maximum of 8,000 fighters in eastern Aleppo, including those formerly known as Nusra Front, who have renamed themselves as Jabhat Fateh al Sham. Sergei Shoigu said on Thursday that new Russian weapons have "shown their reliability and efficiency" in Syria . On Monday, Putin suspended a treaty with Washington on cleaning up weapons-grade plutonium, signaling he is willing to use nuclear disarmament as a new bargaining chip in disputes with the United ...
  • Turkey: 15 Turkish-backed rebels killed in fighting with IS

    Turkey: 15 Turkish-backed rebels killed in fighting with IS

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    The officials spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations. Ahmed Osman, commander of the Sultan Murad FSA group: "If matters proceed as planned, within 48 hours we will be in Dabiq ". He added that since 2014 most of the hospital's facilities were set up underground to protect it. Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman said one person was killed, but could not immediately confirm if the victim was a patient at the facility or a member of staff.
  • Pakistan army ready to launch 100 terrorists into Jammu & Kashmir: Ajit Doval

    Pakistan army ready to launch 100 terrorists into Jammu & Kashmir: Ajit Doval

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    Speaking on a motion moved by Law Minister Zahid Hamid for discussion on Kashmir issue and the situation arising out of ceasefire violations along the Line of Control, the Prime Minister said Wani's "martyrdom" is a symbol of "Kashmiri Intifada" and India can not hold innocent Kashmiris hostage, Radio Pakistan reported.
  • Investigators want to question engineer in Hoboken crash

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    He hasn't spoken publicly. Shortly after, the NJ Transit train ran off the end of the track as it was pulling in around 8:45am, smashing through a concrete-and-steel bumper. "Luckily, it appears that those who were injured are going to recover", he added, referring to about 100 people who were hurt in the crash. Contractors were working to prop up a canopy Friday so investigators could safely get to the front vehicle.
  • Afghan troops training in United States go missing from military bases

    Afghan troops training in United States go missing from military bases

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    The defense official said that while other foreign troops have ran away, Afghan troops vanishing was concerning. The Pentagon is "assessing ways to strengthen" screening procedures for the training program, Stump said. The military training program brings troops to the United States from around the world in order to build on military relations and improve capabilities for joint operations.
  • France sign Rs 59000 cr deal for 36 Rafale fighter jets

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    The features that make the Rafale a strategic weapon in the hands of IAF , which is now down to 34 squadrons as against a sanctioned strength of 44, includes its Beyond Visual Range (BVR) Meteor air-to-air missile with a range of 150 kilometers.
  • Merkel calls for continued European Union, U.S. talks on free trade deal

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    With Prime Minister Theresa May insisting Brexit will see the return of immigration controls, Mrs Merkel's comments show London and Berlin at odds ahead of next spring's start to "divorce" negotiations with the EU. Merkel emphasized Wednesday that Britain can't have both things. Germany has a lot at stake. He stressed that this approach doesn't mean to give in to the U.K.'s demands over keeping access to Europe's single market while restricting the free movement of labor at the same ...
  • UN releases satellite images of damage in Syria's Aleppo

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    The U.N. on Wednesday released stark satellite images showing the most recent destruction of Syria's embattled northern city of Aleppo, pounded by Syrian and Russian airstrikes since the collapse of a U.S. "For air strikes, what you are usually looking at is the size of the crater that is visible, and the type of crater", he added. The promo omits the rebel-held besieged eastern part of the city, which in the past week alone was hit by 2,000 Syrian and Russian bombs.
  • UK: Theresa May turns left in Conservative Party speech

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    She wants the Conservatives to shed their image as what she has called "the nasty party" that protects the rich and powerful at the expense of the poor. In a telling rhetorical shift away from her Eton-educated predecessor's promises to help "hard-working people", Mrs May will say her administration's aim will be to "put the power of government squarely at the service of ordinary working-class people".
  • Rocket from Gaza lands in southern Israeli city, no injuries

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    Organisers said they had lost communication with the activists, but it is believed that the sailboat was taken to the Israeli port of Ashdod. The Israeli military spokesperson said planes hit "a number of terror infrastructure (s) belonging to the terror group Hamas in the northern and southern Gaza Strip".
  • Russia relations plummet further over Syria, Ukraine

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    The U.S. State Department says Washington is halting its participation in bilateral channels with Russian Federation as Moscow did not live up to its commitments. and Russian Federation to talk about" in Syria, Earnest said. US officials had repeatedly threatened to call off the talks unless Russian Federation ended its bombing of the Syrian city of Aleppo.
  • Trump looms large in New Hampshire Senate debate

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    Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) on October 3, eventually saying he "absolutely" is. "I would tell a child to absolutely aspire to, certainly to be their best, and to be president and to seek to run for the presidency, absolutely", she said . I think we need to undertake tax reform. "It would make birth control more expensive for women", Hassan said. "Because I've had some disagreements with him", she said.
  • Nigel Farage: virtually everything in Theresa May's speech, I've said

    Nigel Farage: virtually everything in Theresa May's speech, I've said

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    Ms James released a statement last night confirming she was leaving the job. "I will not be formalising my recent nomination to become the new leader of the party", she said in a statement posted on her Twitter account on Tuesday. In an interview with American news channel CNN, he said: "Don't let her get under your skin". Floyd Waterworth, leader of Southend Ukip, echoed Mrs Allport-Hodge's comments and added that he is open-minded enough for a new name to challenge for the party's ...
  • Indiana State Police expand voter fraud investigation

    Indiana State Police expand voter fraud investigation

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    Daniel Tokaji, an elections law professor at Ohio State University, said he was anxious that such a raid - if it happened in the manner described in news reports- could have a chilling effect on other voter registration drives across the country just a month ahead of the election.
  • Israel's leaders lay wreaths beside casket of Shimon Peres

    Israel's leaders lay wreaths beside casket of Shimon Peres

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    Road 1, which connects Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, will be closed to traffic as hundreds of world leaders are expected to arrive ahead of the funeral, which will be held on Friday, the police said in a statement. Many Palestinians have denounced Peres as a "war criminal" following his death, but Abbas hailed him as a "brave" partner for peace and sent his family condolences.
  • US Supreme Court won't hear Arizona death sentence case

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    The court has been down a justice since the death of Justice Antonin G. Scalia in February, and with political gridlock over how to replace him, the court's future awaits the results of the November 8 presidential election. "If we ever hope to restore the faith in our institutions that has eroded in recent years, we can not tolerate a politically motivated, willfully negligent vacancy on the Supreme Court", he wrote.
  • Were Trump's PTSD comments taken out of context?

    Were Trump's PTSD comments taken out of context?

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    At a town hall style meeting earlier in the day, Mr. Robichaux asked Mr. Trump whether he would advocate for faith-based programs as part of a more holistic approach to helping members of the military that are suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injury and other health problems.
  • Russia denies drugging US diplomats

    Russia denies drugging US diplomats

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    Tensions between Washington and the kremlin are at one of their most risky points since the cold war. Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Two American officials were drugged at a United Nations anti-corruption conference in Russian Federation last November.
  • PKK attack on military vehicle in Turkey: 2 killed, 8 hurt

    PKK attack on military vehicle in Turkey: 2 killed, 8 hurt

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    Sign up to our daily newsletter for up to date global news and features. The explosion occurred as a vehicle carrying soldiers and village guards travelled along the Kiziltepe-Derik highway. The PKK , designated as a "terrorist group" by Turkey and its Western allies, has waged a bloody campaign against the Turkish state since it took up arms in 1984 for self-rule in the Kurdish majority southeast.
  • Supreme Court will not re-hear immigration case

    Supreme Court will not re-hear immigration case

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    But this is a huge moment for the Court. It would be the first time since May of 1969 that the court has had five members appointed by Democratic presidents. Story after story would begin: "A divided Supreme Court has ruled". And a Texas inmate claiming an intellectual disability says the state must use a more up-to-date definition of the term.
  • NAB struggling with widespread systems outages

    NAB struggling with widespread systems outages

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    Proceeds from the Nippon Life transaction has already seen substantial reinvestment by NAB elsewhere in its wealth management business, including the creation of Australia's largest retail superannuation fund. Some customers posted photos on social media that they had been on hold for more than an hour as they waited to speak to someone from the bank. A NAB spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that some NAB services became unavailable on Tuesday evening.
  • How To Watch Tim Kaine vs Mike Pence Square Off Online

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    The vice presidential debate is set to start at 9 p.m. ET at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. The debate stage will belong to the Republican and Democratic Vice Presidential candidates on Tuesday (Oct. The Indiana Governor gave a hint to what he'll focus on Tuesday night. The governor signaled that he would frame the matters as attempts by Clinton to obscure her own record.
  • Syrian government forces press attack on Aleppo

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    The deployment immediately raised questions in the Pentagon, which wondered about its goal. Moscow confirmed on Tuesday that it has sent an S-300 missile system to its naval facility in the Syrian city of Tartus, in a move it says is meant to bolster its security.
  • Rescued boater spent week adrift on a raft

    Rescued boater spent week adrift on a raft

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    Coast Guard. His mom, 54-year-old Linda Carman from CT, is still missing and presumed dead, Coast Guard officials said. Carman told the Coast Guard his 31-foot aluminum boat took on water off the coast of NY and he unsuccessfully looked for his mother before escaping on the four-person life raft, which had food and water.
  • More than 6000 migrants rescued in sea off Libya

    More than 6000 migrants rescued in sea off Libya

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    The Italian coastguard said a total of 6,055 migrants had been rescued from the water, and nine bodies were recovered. The first operation took place at 8.30am this morning, when 19 people were rescued off the North East coast of Tripoli.
  • Russian Federation welcomes surgical strikes by India

    Russian Federation welcomes surgical strikes by India

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    However, Pakistan maintains there were no strikes. Reiterating that the USA position on Kashmir has not changed, Trudeau said, "I would remind you that we are having conversations with both (India and Pakistan) on the importance of reducing the tensions in the region".