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When asked about the best thing about being a tennis player at his level, he said: "The most handsome thing, I think, is that you go around the world and you feel the love of the people. Sometimes the solution is practice. and have a process of training. Maybe that's an opportunity to do it. The fourth-seeded Nadal struggled to create depth and pace with his forehand, a problem he attributed to the wrist injury that sidelined him for part of the season.
  • Millennial women sit-in at RNC, demand end to Trump's support

    Millennial women sit-in at RNC, demand end to Trump's support

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    The RNC leader insisted the party is in "full coordination" and has a "great relationship" with Team Trump. Priebus's comments come just hours after his Congressional counterpart, House Speaker Paul Ryan, told Republican members of Congress that he " won't defend Trump " in the future, and urged his fellow members to do what was best for their districts.
  • Sunday's presidential debate was the most tweeted ever

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    He was a predator", he said . Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, left, and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton facing off during the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, September 26, 2016.
  • Canada demands probe of Yemen funeral air strike

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    Fox News first reported last week that usa warships were sent to Yemen's coast after a United Arab Emirates ship was recently targeted by the Houthis. In the Taif attack, however, the missile struck a target more than 520 km from the border. "The Saudi-led coalition must move forward now on its commitment to investigate this incident", Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion said yesterday in a statement condemning the attack.
  • Stop commenting on surgical strikes, Indian PM Modi to BJP

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    You only reply to the Pakistani propaganda, the way the Indian Army has done on the border. "We said the Prime Minster should put an end to the claims by global and Pakistani media by revealing the truth about the surgical strikes". Pakistan has said it was only a case of cross-border firing, and has been running news reports casting doubts on the operations. "It is up to the government to give proof of surgical strikes".
  • Neither country can unilaterally separate itself from Indus Waters Treaty: PM

    Neither country can unilaterally separate itself from Indus Waters Treaty: PM

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    Pakistan has been complaining about not receiving enough water and gone for worldwide arbitration in a couple of cases.nd Jhelum that flow from Jammu and Kashmir. Under the Indus treaty, the World Bank has an important role in establishing the Court of Arbitration by facilitating appointment of three judges, called Umpires, to the Court, while each country appoints two arbitrators.
  • Tropical Storm Nicole forms in Atlantic, Floridians everywhere sigh deeply

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    Hurricane Warning: An announcement that hurricane conditions are expected within the specified area. Maximum sustained winds have increased to near 155 kilometers per hour with higher gusts. However, if that were to happen, it would likely be a weak tropical storm , Fox 35 meteorologist Jayme King told the Orlando Sentinel. At this stage we are already seeing problematic weather, usually heavy rains.
  • Russian Federation vetoes United Nations demand for end to bombing in Aleppo

    Russian Federation vetoes United Nations demand for end to bombing in Aleppo

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    Russian Federation has vetoed a French-drafted United Nations resolution, which would have demanded an immediate end to airstrikes and military flights over the Syrian city of Aleppo. Antonov blamed the US for the truce's collapse. While the French-sponsored draft - co-authored by Spain - called for ending air strikes on Aleppo , a rival Russian text did not have any mention of stopping the aerial bombing, but only about the extension of the short-lived ceasefire deal.
  • German police capture bomb plot suspect in Leipzig

    German police capture bomb plot suspect in Leipzig

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    BERLIN , Oct.10 (Xinhua) -The suspect Jaber al-Bakr arrested after the police found explosive materials in east Germany, had probably contacts with the Islamic State (IS), said head of the State Office of Criminal Investigation in Sachsen, Joerg Michaelis, on Monday.
  • France seeks war crimes probe of Russian actions in Syria

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    The diplomatic source said a USA -drafted Security Council resolution on the use of chemical weapons would now be discussed, although it was vital to reach a deal with Russian Federation. French President Francois Hollande has suggested Russian Federation could face war crimes charges over its bombardment of Syria's second city Aleppo.
  • Saudi coalition promises investigation into Yemen attack

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    Speaking on Saturday , National Security Council spokesman Ned Price said that the "U.S. security cooperation with Saudi Arabia is not a blank check". Demonstrators gathered outside the United Nations headquarters demanding an worldwide investigation into the strike, blamed on the Saudi-led coalition.
  • Gerard Pique ready to call time on his Spain career

    Gerard Pique ready to call time on his Spain career

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    Under-fire Pique was caught in another storm during his national side's 2-0 win in the World Cup qualifier clash against Albania on Sunday as he was seen wearing his team's new away white jersey without Spain's colours of red and yellow. He added: "It's not a "heat of the moment" decision, I've given a lot of thought to this". I always give everything on the field, but there are people who think it's better if I'm not here.
  • Russia: US hacking allegations are a political game

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    But for the first time, President Barack Obama's administration on October 7 explicitly pointed to Russian Federation as the alleged director of recent cyberattacks and leaks seemingly aimed at disrupting the elections, citing e-mails and digital intrusions on a range of election-related institutions.
  • Introducing Kenneth Bone, the real victor of last night's US Presidential Debate

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    The mustachioed undecided voter from IL clad in a red sweater and khakis became an internet sensation nearly instantly Sunday night when he took part in the town hall-style forum by asking the candidates about energy policy. While last night's debate was held in St. Louis, Bone actually hails from Belleville, Illinois, a town of about 40,000 people a half-hour's drive east of St.
  • What Donald Trump Didn't Mention About Clean Coal

    What Donald Trump Didn't Mention About Clean Coal

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    Clinton's energy proposals include a focus on renewable energy , efficiency and lowering oil consumption, but some environmentalists worry her commitment to combating climate change will not square with her reliance on natural gas as a " bridge ".
  • AAP stages protest at Jung's residence on circle rates

    AAP stages protest at Jung's residence on circle rates

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    There is no LG vs CM. Referring to the August 4 order of the High Court that stamped the primacy of the L-G in the city administration, Kejriwal said the order can not have retrospective effect. "These people are not interested and the people of Delhi are left to suffer", the bench observed and asked the LG and Delhi Government to hold a meeting at 5.30 PM today to discuss the matter.
  • Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding veto

    Congress has buyer's remorse over overriding veto

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    After joining nearly all of their colleagues to pass the bill Wednesday, a bipartisan group of 28 senators led by Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn., wrote to the top supporters of the bill, Sens. US Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R) laughs as Senator Chuck Schumer (C) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell drive nails into a piece of lumber at a c ceremony on September 21, 2016 outside the US Capitol in Washington , DC.
  • Gordon Strachan faces selection headache ahead of Lithuania qualifier

    Gordon Strachan faces selection headache ahead of Lithuania qualifier

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    Familiar failings gripped Strachan's team. "If we can got there and win then you are looking at being on seven points after three games". I do believe that we had enough chances to beat Lithuania at the end of the game. I congratulate the lads on that and for going for it". "The expectations should be that we go and win the game", the West Brom midfielder said. We are expected to win and to take the game to the opposition, and we will do that, but we do have to be cautious as well.
  • Suspected gunman, 14, charged in SC elementary school shooting

    Suspected gunman, 14, charged in SC elementary school shooting

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    Anderson County sheriff's deputies and investigators walk out of Townville Elementary School after a shooting in Townville, South Carolina, U.S., September 28, 2016 . Brock has said he doesn't want attention for his actions. "We're gonna feel this for a real long time", he said. We ask all to join us in praying for and supporting Jacob's family and the others injured in the shooting.
  • Opposition indulging in appeasement of terrorism: BJP

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    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has hinted in a very subdued way to bring out the proof that the "surgical strike" that the world is all praises about actually took place. On Monday, Kejriwal said that he salutes PM Modi for taking strict actions against Pakistan. But, strangely, a few designer leaders from within the country are debating on the surgical strikes issue, he said.
  • Syrian, Russian acts beg investigation for war crimes: Kerry

    Syrian, Russian acts beg investigation for war crimes: Kerry

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    France's U.N. Ambassador Francois Delattre told reporters after Churkin spoke that a vote on its resolution, co-sponsored by Spain, will go ahead on Saturday. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov address the United Nations press corps in 2015. Russia's Foreign Ministry said the comments made by Mr Kerry will have legal consequences, Interfax news agency reported .
  • Israelis fatally shot during rampage by Palestinian attacker in Jerusalem

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    The gunman fired at a tram stop, then drove off. Israeli media mentioned later that two Israelis-a soldier and a settler- were killed in shooting attack by Mousabah in Occupied Jerusalem. Police identified one of the dead as a 29-year-old officer, Yosef Kirma . "The fatalities were a 30-year-old policeman and a 60-year-old woman, Hy" d .
  • Use of body cams questioned after Charlotte police killings

    Use of body cams questioned after Charlotte police killings

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    His death sparked protesting, some violent, across the city. Yesterday a group calling itself Charlotte Uprising held a press conference calling for the Mayor of Charlotte and the police chief to resign. The State Bureau of Investigation has taken over the investigation, and Roberts said the Department of Justice will monitor the probe. Body cameras are new to Charlotte police.
  • Syracuse issues guidelines for reacting to creepy clowns

    Syracuse issues guidelines for reacting to creepy clowns

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    Undoubtedly as Halloween approaches, we anticipate an uptick in clown sightings. Clown culture has always been around even before the internet age. Dressing up as a clown is not a crime, it's the actions of the person while dressed as a clown that can lead to an arrest.
  • Hong Kong activist held in Thailand 'at China's request'

    Hong Kong activist held in Thailand 'at China's request'

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    Wong was earlier barred from entering Thailand and detained once he arrived at the Bangkok International Airport, BBC reported. "I was told that he is still at the airport in Bangkok but will not be allowed in and will soon be deported", Mr Netiwit said.
  • Doctors: Brain injury could've factored into police shooting

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    The actual moment of the shooting can not be seen clearly. The death of the 43-year-old father of seven is one of the latest to raise questions about racial bias in United States law enforcement and further stoke a national debate on America's criminal justice system ahead of November's presidential election.
  • Obama: Peres won his wars but understood the need for peace

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    The Knesset Honor Guard carries the coffin of former president and prime minister Shimon Peres at the Knesset, September 29, 2016. Following the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres , Obama and Clinton "carpooled" their way back to the United States on Air Force One.
  • Russia faces Security Council showdown Saturday over Syria

    Russia faces Security Council showdown Saturday over Syria

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    Moscow then proposed its own draft and said it would be put to a vote immediately after the vote on the French draft, which is likely to be blocked by Russian Federation because it "demands that all parties immediately end all aerial bombardments of and military flights over Aleppo city".
  • UKIP politician denies punching colleague

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    There will be no police action but UKIP will hold an internal investigation and the European Parliament is to launch a disciplinary inquiry. The Ukip leadership hopeful has accused MEP Mike Hookem of losing his temper and pushing him into a door frame during a meeting created to "clear the air" between party MEPs.
  • Santos Dedicates Nobel Peace Prize to All Colombians

    Santos Dedicates Nobel Peace Prize to All Colombians

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    Although it's unclear what will happen next, both sides have said they do not wish to resume the war, and peace negotiations are likely to resume. Nobel committee secretary Olav Njoelstad said there was "broad consensus" on choosing Santos.