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Secretary of State John Kerry, Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Sergei Lavrov, Saudi Foreign Affairs Minister Adel Al-Jubeir and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu, as well as United Nations. 12, 2016. Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency said troops were now working to dismantle explosives laid by the retreating Islamic States troops.
  • Blue Jays & Indians start off LCS doubleheader on KPUG

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    Andrew Miller had some nasty sliders Friday night against the Blue Jays, striking out five of the six batters he faced in Cleveland's 2-0 win. The opening game of the National League Championship Series is tonight in Chicago. He had his good stuff working, but it was more of his ability to work out of trouble that got the job done for 6.1 innings. As a result, RHP Marcus Stroman - Toronto's projected starter in Game 3 - was available in relief for Game 1.
  • Two US citizens held in Yemen freed: Oman state media

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    But it quoted the spokesman as saying that Oman mediated the release of the pair in order "to help the American government obtain the liberation of a number of Americans held in Yemen". On Saturday the Saudi coalition acknowledged that the airstrike on the funeral hall was carried out without following proper procedures and "wrongly targeted the location, resulting in several deaths and injuries".
  • Bill Clinton was a predator, worst abuser of women: Donald Trump

    Bill Clinton was a predator, worst abuser of women: Donald Trump

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    Trump. Dozens of undecided voters gathered in St. Louis last night for the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump , hoping the candidates' answers might better inform their ballots in November. Thirteen percent of Republicans also report Clinton won the debate. Forty-nine percent of respondents in the poll also said they preferred Democrats to be in power in Congress, while 42 percent chose Republicans.
  • Gun battle at LA restaurant leaves 3 dead, 12 wounded

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    The two people being held were not identified. Moments later, three men left the restaurant, only to return with guns. The shooting took place at a party being held at a home that was serving as a makeshift restaurant. Frank Preciado told the LA Times. The LAPD says it does not yet know what led to the shooting. A police officer with a shotgun at the scene of the West Adams shooting.
  • Early voting officially underway in Indiana

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    The League of Women's Voters, an organization that has facilitated voting for decades, can be of help for students who have any questions about voting or the process of absentee voting. The rules differ from one place to another, but generally poll watchers can challenge voters who they think might not be eligible, or report possible irregularities to election officials.
  • Trump says he doesn't know, never met some of his accusers

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    Hacked emails released in daily dispatches this past week by the WikiLeaks group exposed the inner workings of Hillary Clinton's campaign leading up to her 2015 announcement that she would seek the presidency, and. "The Democrats in this election nominated a bad candidate and the Republicans went and nominated a worse candidate". "So if Donald Trump wants to attack my family, that's his choice", point four of the answer began.
  • Will Alabama vs. Tennessee be a defensive struggle in Week 7?

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    OUR PICK: The under is 7-3 in the Crimson Tide's last 10 games in October and is 14-5 in its last 19 games after accumulating more than 450 total yards in its previous game. The Red Wolves, who were supposed to be one of the most experienced teams in college ball, are 1-4 this season . BAMA ON THE ROAD: Alabama's first two SEC road games had the common denominator of inconsistency.
  • Ex-Alberta Premier Prentice Dies in Plane Crash

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    The Transportation Safety Board confirms four people were killed after a twin-engine jet went down in some hills north of Kelowna. Now team of investigators from the Transportation Safety Board are on their way to the scene of the crash near Kelowna.
  • Erdogan says Turkey determined to join Mosul operation

    Erdogan says Turkey determined to join Mosul operation

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    The official stressed that as long as Turkish forces continue to have the consent of Iraq's government their presence there is " fine ". "Yesterday, our commander told us: This is it, the liberation of Mosul is beginning", a special forces sergeant said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief the media.
  • Trump Reportedly Called Khloe Kardashian a 'Piglet' While on 'Celebrity Apprentice'

    Trump Reportedly Called Khloe Kardashian a 'Piglet' While on 'Celebrity Apprentice'

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    Handler asked Khloe soon after if she thought that Trump would make a good president, to which she said 'no'. "We can't even get the hot one?" in reference to Khloe's sister Kim Kardashian. "I was put in situations I would never be in in real life". Passionate watchers of the show noted that, years earlier, Trump had made a public spectacle of "pardoning" Miss USA Tara Conner after she'd been reportedly using drugs and alcohol.
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    Totti: "I got played with Maradona, now I can retire"

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    The charity clash - a game Pope Francis had requested to help quake victims in Argentina and the Congo - turned sour at half-time after the pair had been seen bickering with each other in during the first half. Antonio Di Natale had put Maradona's team in front before Frederic Kanoute levelled. "I am with Pope Francis , for him I am always available", Maradona told a press conference before the match.
  • UK lawmakers press govt for say over Brexit talks with EU

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    The pound traded up 0.1 per cent on the day at US$1.2224 and down 0.2 per cent against the euro at 90.36 pence. Lord Pannick QC attacked her decision on behalf of Gina Miller, an investment fund manager and philanthropist living in London who voted Remain in the European Union referendum on June 23.
  • Dakota Access pipeline work to resume in protest area

    Dakota Access pipeline work to resume in protest area

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    A spokesperson for Morton County Sheriff's Office told NBC a different narrative, noting four security guards and two guard dogs were hurt in the clash, but denying any reports of injured protesters. Is it because people know me?" Protestors say the project will damage the environment as well as impacting historically significant Native American tribal lands.
  • Timeline: Nigeria's kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls

    Timeline: Nigeria's kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls

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    The girls have not been identified. They would then be handed over to Vice President Yemi Obinsajo, the statement said. More than 200 of the kidnapped girls are still missing . CNN published on its website a picture it said showed several of the freed girls, wearing veils and being escorted by soldiers in Maiduguri, capital of Borno state.
  • Pence emerges in NC with praise, 'forgiveness' for Trump

    Pence emerges in NC with praise, 'forgiveness' for Trump

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    But even as Pence struggled to clean up a disagreement with Trump on Syria, the IN governor - a devout Christian - tried to put Trump's obscene remarks about women behind him. He urged Trump to "show what is in his heart when he goes before the nation" during Sunday's debate. When Trump loses, Pence's staff will leak stories about what a personal Gethsemane the video was for their boss, how close he came to leaving, how only his sense of duty to God and party kept him on board.
  • GOP's Pence forging ahead in awkward relationship with Trump

    GOP's Pence forging ahead in awkward relationship with Trump

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    While Pence espouses traditional conservative viewpoints, Trump has advocated an isolationist-tinged "American first" approach that is harder to classify. "Congrats to my running mate @realDonaldTrump on a big debate win!" That's a very different approach from Trump, who has said repeatedly, and as recently as May, that he opposed military intervention in the civil war in Syria, and instead wants to target Islamic State militants.
  • Navy strikes back at rebel-held radar sites in Yemen

    Navy strikes back at rebel-held radar sites in Yemen

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    These limited self-defense strikes were conducted to protect our personnel, our ships, and our freedom of navigation in this important maritime passageway. Following the US military strike, the Pentagon released a statement declaring that future attacks on American warships may face a similar response.
  • Florida Extends Voter Registration in Light of Hurricane

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    In order to cast a ballot in the presidential election or a number of races at the state and local levels, eligible voters must have their registration in by the new deadline. Lawyers for Gov. Rick Scott and Secretary of State Ken Detzner , Florida's chief elections officer, said the state had "no position" on changing the registration deadline for the November 8 general election.
  • Russia Vetoes French-Drafted Resolution as Aleppo Follows in Daraya's Footsteps

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    In a message directed at Russia, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said any country that opposes the French measure will "give Bashar al-Assad the possibility of killing even more". Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said. French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, who addressed the session before the vote on the French resolution, warned that the continued bombing of Aleppo was killing civilians and destroying hospitals and schools - "and has nothing to do with combatting terrorism", as ...
  • President Obama weighs 'proportional' response to Russia's hacking

    President Obama weighs 'proportional' response to Russia's hacking

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    Mr Earnest said the turmoil among Republicans was not surprising given that the party had spent years prioritising opposition to Obama over facts or true conservative principles. Mr Ryan launched a veritable war between Mr Trump and the Republican Party during a Monday conference call with GOP Congressmembers. The White House has also condemned Trump's comments.
  • Pakistan journalist says gov't bars him from leaving country

    Pakistan journalist says gov't bars him from leaving country

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    On October 6, citing sources who attended a top level meeting of the government and military officials, Cyril Almeida said the government had bluntly told military officials to act against militants or face global isolation. Dawn's editor-in-chief Zaffar Abbas said in an editorial that Cyril Almeida's story was "verified, cross-checked, and fact-checked" before being published.
  • Layton Hills Mall to be closed for Thanksgiving

    Layton Hills Mall to be closed for Thanksgiving

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    Friday . The mall opened for the first time on Thanksgiving at midnight in 2012 and then in 2013 it opened at 8 p.m. "It's gotten consistently tougher for our employees", Bob Riesbeck, president and CEO of hhgregg, told The Associated Press.
  • Greater parliamentary involvement in Brexit process could delay Theresa Mays exit plans

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    The two leaders met on Monday in May's first bilateral with an European Union leader after declaring at her party conference last week that she would trigger the Article 50 European Union exit mechanism in March. This minor step back from her government's hard-line Brexit talk helped boost the country's faltering currency, with the pound rebounding firmly in both Asia and London , reversing a string of losses and rising more than 1.4% against the U.S.
  • Clinton aide links Trump campaign to Russian email hacking

    Clinton aide links Trump campaign to Russian email hacking

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    Stone, in an email to The Associated Press late Tuesday, said Podesta's accusations were "categorically false" and "without foundation". But the excerpts suggest Clinton maintained some optimism toward that goal after leaving office and found ways to praise Putin, though her campaign condemns Russian Federation now - and accuses the country of being tied to the WikiLeaks dump.
  • Billy Bush leaving NBC amid fallout from Trump tape

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    Bush has said he was embarrassed by his behavior with Trump . He worked at " Access Hollywood " for 15 years, but only started on August 29 as host of the " Today " third hour at 9 a.m. Bush, 44, has apologized for his role in the Trump tape, during which he can be heard laughing and egging on the then-Apprentice star when he said he grabbed women by the genitals and tried to have sex with Bush's co-anchor Nancy O'Dell .
  • Germany: Syrian bomb suspect had security check last year

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    They took a picture of the suspect they had unknowingly harbored at their apartment, immobilized him by tying him up with cords, and provided the photo to the police station. Hans-Georg Maassen, the head of the domestic intelligence agency, later told ARD public broadcaster that their investigation suggests the suspect had "an eye on the Berlin airports" as potential targets.