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The identity of the person that Negan ( Jeffrey Dean Morgan ) killed in "The Walking Dead" season 7, episode 1 titled "They Day Will Come When You Won't Be", has now been revealed. Glenn Rhee was one of the original stars of the show while Abraham Ford was a fan favorite. He told our sister site Variety that the deaths of such iconic characters was "beautifully terrible" and "bittersweet".
  • Don't forget! When do the clocks go back in 2016?

    Don't forget! When do the clocks go back in 2016?

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    The only issue you might have is if you have an older TV that you have programmed to come on at a set time each day. The clocks change again on March 26, 2017 when the clocks go forward again at 1am and British summertime begins. The mornings will be lighter and the commute to work or trip to school brighter. Why do the clocks go back? Instead of an extra hour in bed, you'll be up at 5am, trying to resist the lure of CBeebies and wondering how long you can delay breakfast.
  • Obama to return to Florida to help Clinton get out the vote

    Obama to return to Florida to help Clinton get out the vote

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    Clinton entered the final stretch of the race with a resounding cash advantage over Trump. Hacked emails from 2014 show campaign officials were anxious about "press scrutiny" of the foundation even before Clinton announced her bid. Ms Obama said that Trump's vision was "negative" and focused on the "broken" aspects of communities, rather than the goodness. Obama also said Rubio, who has been critical of Trump but still said he would vote for him, should have renounced Trump as several ...
  • Former Nurse Charged With Eight Counts of Murder

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    On Monday night, Wettlaufer's former employer, Caressant Care Woodstock, said in a statement: "We deeply regret the additional grief and stress this is imposing on the families involved". "My thought and reaction was 'OMG, why didn't I say something?'" the woman wrote in a message to a reporter. The daughter of Mr Horvath, Susan Horvath, told a local radio station, "You don't want to believe any of this until you get to this stage when you're actually hearing it on the radio, and then you ...
  • Bill Clinton to join Beatty for early vote rally Saturday in Columbus

    Bill Clinton to join Beatty for early vote rally Saturday in Columbus

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    The Clinton campaign on Friday demanded that the Federal Bureau of Investigation release more details about the emails. Here are three takeaways from Clinton's speech. "I grew up in the culture that is now Hillary Clinton's opponent", said Clinton. Hillary may believe her husband is her biggest asset, as she has certainly referred to his accomplishments as president many times while campaigning .
  • Post-election unity? Clinton and Trump won't say yet

    Post-election unity? Clinton and Trump won't say yet

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    Trump said he believed Clinton would seek passage of the 12-nation Trans Pacific Partnership, President Barack Obama's signature Asian trade deal, which she now opposes. No one was reported hurt in the incident, in which the plane carrying Indiana Governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence came to rest in grass next to the runway after landing at New York's rain-soaked LaGuardia airport.
  • Clinton rallies with Mrs. Obama as Trump alleges corruption

    Clinton rallies with Mrs. Obama as Trump alleges corruption

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    Clinton and Obama have not always had the rosiest relationship, and Republicans have tried to remind voters of their rocky past dating back to the 2008 primaries. "She's just so inspiring, so strong and every single time I hear her speak, it makes me not be as frustrated with every other thing going on in this election", says Elizabeth Lordi, 18.
  • Sharif sacks Pak minister over news report on rift with army

    Sharif sacks Pak minister over news report on rift with army

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    A statement from Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's office had said the controversial story was a breach to national security and evidence so far collected links Rashid responsible for the lapse. On Saturday, as key P.M.L.N. leader Pervaiz Rasheed no more remained a federal information minister, Imran Khan congratulated the nation. Sources said that the resignation has been sent to the Prime Minister, who will take the final decision.
  • Four killed, two injured in firing at Majlis in Karachi

    Four killed, two injured in firing at Majlis in Karachi

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    Unidentified assailants opened fire at a religious gathering in Karachi's Nazimabad area, killing five people on Saturday. Four people were killed and three others wounded, Nasir Aftab, a senior police officer, said. Governor Sindh Ishrat-ul-Ebad and Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah have taken notice of the incident and directed Inspector General Sindh Police to arrest the culprits forthright.
  • Iceland's radical Pirate party senses victory in parliamentary poll

    Iceland's radical Pirate party senses victory in parliamentary poll

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    Here's what we know. Riding a wave of anger over perceived corruption among Iceland's political elite, the Pirate Party is doing well in the polls ahead of Saturday's general election . What's more, the Pirates have said they will not form a coalition government with either of the two parties that now form the government, but would seek an alliance with a number of smaller parties, like the Left-Greens and the Social Democratic Alliance (a more complicated proposition).
  • Spain's Rajoy faces 2nd Parliament vote that may end impasse

    Spain's Rajoy faces 2nd Parliament vote that may end impasse

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    The conservative leader pledged to honor a 150-point agreement that his party signed with Ciudadanos in August - which should give him the smaller party's backing in many votes - although they would still fall short of a majority. Earlier this week, Rajoy struck a more conciliatory tone with the opposition, offering to work closely in passing new bills for pension and education reform.
  • ISIL herds civilians into Mosul as human shields

    ISIL herds civilians into Mosul as human shields

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    Shia militias say they have launched an assault to the west of Mosul , opening up a new front in the battle to drive ISIL from the country's second city and the group's last major bastion in the country. Relations between the Hashed and the US-led coalition fighting ISIS are also tense, but the paramilitaries enjoy widespread support among members of Iraq's Shiite majority.
  • Bus driver burnt to death in front of passengers

    Bus driver burnt to death in front of passengers

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    On Saturday the man's lawyer said he had concerns for the mental health of his client. "I was really shocked and that time was really hard". Anthony O'Donohue is said to be "numb" after the charges were laid. "AAP volunteer Manmeet Alisher death is v unfortunate". Alisher's friends Jaswinder Santh and Saibjit Singh had said he was a go-getter who worked very hard since he moved to Australia nine years ago.
  • Putin rejects claims of Russian interference in US election

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    He addressed a series of topics including American accusations that his country is trying to influence the presidential election campaign and that Russian Federation is involved in cyberattacks on the US. The CIA is about to carry out a cyber attack on Russian Federation, says an NBC News report. "There's nothing that President Putin had to say today that I find particularly surprising or that in any way undermines the president's confidence in the analysis that's been released by the ...
  • Cult of 'Xi uncle' grows as Communist party boosts his image

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    Unrestricted power or any unsupervised Party members are not allowed to exist within the Communist Party of China (CPC), said a statement released after a key CPC meeting on Thursday. The consolidation was of power around the already powerful Xi was expected by experts. "Mao Zedong was the ruler of all he surveyed, and he was a core leader", Wu said.
  • House wraps up, after votes on casinos and police shootings

    House wraps up, after votes on casinos and police shootings

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    Consumers would also be able to buy mixed drinks at the state's sporting venues that now sell beer. And mixed drinks would be added at sporting venues that now sell beer. Some beer distributors in Berks County are celebrating a long awaited change. Neither chamber voted on the final version Wednesday. Under the bill, public officials could only legally release a police officer's name 30 days after the shooting, or once an official investigation into the shooting has concluded.
  • Kurdish YPG will be part of efforts to isolate Raqqa: US commander

    Kurdish YPG will be part of efforts to isolate Raqqa: US commander

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    He said that launching simultaneous anti-ISIL operations in Raqqa and Mosul "has been part of our planning for quite a while". However, the U.S. official said that Russian Federation would not be part of this plan. The battlefield success of the Syrian Democratic Forces has drawn concerns from Turkey, which does not want to see a strong Kurdish military force along its borders, particularly one that has been aligned with the PKK, the Kurdish terror group inside Turkey.
  • Russia voted off UN Human Rights Council

    Russia voted off UN Human Rights Council

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    The Human Rights Council is an inter-governmental body within the United Nations system responsible for strengthening the promotion and protection of human rights around the globe and for addressing situations of human rights violations and making recommendations to rectify or avoid them.
  • Mysterious death of former Putin aide in Washington hotel ruled accidental

    Mysterious death of former Putin aide in Washington hotel ruled accidental

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    Lesin, a millionaire, was a Russian political figure, media executive and longtime adviser to Putin. The District's office of the chief medical examiner and D.C. Phillips of the District said Friday. Lesin served as press minister between 1999 and 2004 and founded the Kremlin-backed Russia Today. By a year ago, Lesin was traveling frequently to the US and seemed to be setting up a life in exile.
  • UN announces agreement on 72-hour Yemen cease-fire

    UN announces agreement on 72-hour Yemen cease-fire

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    Houthis had declared that they were ready for disarmament and withdrawal of their forces from areas under their control if a comprehensive political agreement is reached in which Hadi would have no role. The war has killed almost 7,000 people in addition to wounding more than 35,000 and displacing at least three million since March previous year, according to the UN.
  • Afghanistan: Al-Qaeda leaders killed in USA strikes

    Afghanistan: Al-Qaeda leaders killed in USA strikes

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    Cook did not specify how the strikes were carried out. He was a senior planner for attacks against the U.S. and has a long history of directing deadly attacks against USA forces and our coalition allies, Cook said. The Pentagon first started tracking Qahtani years ago. He had longstanding ties with Osama Bin Laden before his death in the 2011 USA raid on his Pakistan compound.
  • Turkey says barrel bombs have hit Syrian opposition fighters

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    East Aleppo - home to 250,000 people - has been under siege conditions since July, and food, fuel and medical supplies are running dangerously low, aid agencies say. Syrian activists say that airstrikes outside a school in the northern, rebel-held province of Idlib have killed 17 people, mostly children. U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power asked.
  • Fox Boss: We Want to Keep Megyn Kelly

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    In a Tuesday night CNN panel on Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly's recent spat with Newt Gingrich, fellow Donald Trump surrogate Betsy McCaughey sided with the former House Speaker. Gingrich did, however, receive plenty of criticism on social media for the encounter. "He's not on the ticket", Kelly responded. And at that point, Gingrich melted down, demanding at once that she ignore those claims because they were untrue and unworthy, and also demanding that she focus instead on ...
  • Hope Awards to recognize assistance given family violence victims

    Hope Awards to recognize assistance given family violence victims

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    They will review progress and highlight best practice around the country. In comments ahead of the domestic violence summit in Brisbane on Friday, Mr Turnbull said more than 100 women were killed or were the victims of attempted murder a year ago through family and domestic violence.
  • Sanders warns Clinton: Don't rush to compromise with GOP

    Sanders warns Clinton: Don't rush to compromise with GOP

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    The emails — disseminated by WikiLeaks from the account of John D. Podesta, Clintons campaign chairman, who has attributed the hack to Russian intelligence officials — have created a relatively modest headache for Clinton as she nears Election Day, providing occasional fodder for Donald Trump as Democrats condemn the apparent foreign interference in a US election.
  • Hacked Emails Show Clinton Campaign's Fears About Sanders

    Hacked Emails Show Clinton Campaign's Fears About Sanders

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    That prompted another email chain within Clinton's shadow campaign, with lawyer and aide Cheryl Mills weighing in to say, " we need to clean this up - he has emails from her - they do not say state.gov". Podesta replied with a single word: " Unbelievable ". Nearly no one knows better me that her instincts can be awful. But there's never been any solid proof of alcohol abuse made public, other than frequent photos of her taking a single drink while on the campaign trail.
  • Man charged after suspicious item found on London tube train

    Man charged after suspicious item found on London tube train

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    The charges relate to a day between October 18 and Oct 21, when Smith was arrested by armed police on a busy shopping street. The university student was arrested in north London on Friday. The next day police fired a Taser stun gun was sacked when police arrested Smith, in a north London street, close to Holloway tube station. Charges were brought after a London court on Saturday granted police permission to hold Smith, from southeast London, for an additional six days for questioning.
  • Nigerian parents eager to see 21 girls freed by Boko Haram

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    Soon after the girls were kidnapped, an global campaign began urging the Nigerian government to do more to secure their release, using the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls and drawing support from American First Lady Michelle Obama and others. "We can imagine what they've gone through", he said. But progress has been made against the terrorist group, and the liberation of 21 girls is a big step toward the goal of bringing the rest of the Chibok girls back, as well as other captives of the ...
  • Actor Mark Ruffalo in North Dakota to oppose oil pipeline

    Actor Mark Ruffalo in North Dakota to oppose oil pipeline

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    The pipeline is to carry oil from western North Dakota through South Dakota and Iowa to an existing pipeline in Patoka, Illinois, where shippers can send it on to Midwest and Gulf Coast markets. Demonstrators do not have a federal permit to be on the Corps' land, but the agency has said it wouldn't evict them due to free speech reasons. More than 300 tribes have been represented at the camp, which now supports an estimated 1,200 people.
  • UK concerned as Spain mulls refueling of Russian warships

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    Being a member of NATO , which is monitoring the progress of the eight-strong carrier battle group from northern Russian Federation en route to the eastern Mediterranean , Spain tries to act in the frame of Treaty. Guy Verhofstadt, the former Belgian prime minister, said on Twitter: " Spain signed European Union statement on Russian war crimes in Aleppo last week; today helps refuel fleet on way to commit more atrocities".