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You are a great friend of Israel", Netanyahu said "The bond between the U.S. and Israel is based on shared values, shared interests and a shared future. Uncertainty and volatility rules in the markets as Europe wakes up to Trump's shock victory. Once pledging to be neutral, Trump also told the Daily Mail in May this year that Israel should continue building settlements in the West Bank - considered illegal under worldwide law - and vowed to call Jerusalem Israel's "undivided capital".
  • Two DU, JNU professors booked for Chhattisgarh tribal's killing

    Two DU, JNU professors booked for Chhattisgarh tribal's killing

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    Armed Naxals had allegedly killed Baghel with sharp weapons on Friday late night (November 4) at his residence in Nama village under Kumakoleng gram panchayat in Tongpal area, around 450 km away from Raipur . "Prof. Nandini Sundar, booked by the Chhattisgarh's killer cops, had written a book on police atrocities on Adivasis of Bastar". Recently, Sundar had also published a book titled " The Burning Forest: India's war in Bastar " on the Maoist conflict in Bastar.
  • Dixville Notch Chooses Hillary Clinton

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    The state's law allows communities with fewer than 100 voters to open their polls at midnight. Despite Dixville Notch's electorate consisting of only eight voters, Hillary Clinton was the clear victor, with four votes to Donald Trump's two.
  • Utah in play after long backing GOP presidential candidates

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    Utah's junior senator, Mike Lee, is expected to sail through his first re-election battle Tuesday. And his message is resonating, especially in Utah where many of his fellow Mormons have embraced him. Earlier this year, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's campaign swag also included sheriff's badges that read "fighting the feds". One who, amazingly, has an actual albeit slim chance to be the next president of the United States, even if he only wins his home state.
  • Different focuses for Clinton, Trump in final hours

    Different focuses for Clinton, Trump in final hours

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    Clinton entered Election Day with multiple paths to victory, while Trump must prevail in most of the battleground states to reach 270 Electoral College votes. The inquiry had sapped surging Clinton momentum at a crucial moment in the race and risked damaging Democrats running in down-ballot races. Clinton planned two stops in Pennsylvania and visited MI before wrapping up with a midnight rally in Raleigh, North Carolina .
  • Leaks: Chelsea Clinton's Husband Used Foundation To Recruit Hedge Fund Investors

    Leaks: Chelsea Clinton's Husband Used Foundation To Recruit Hedge Fund Investors

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    The former first daughter also used foundation cash to subsidize living expenses and taxes on money gifted to her by her parents, the New York Post reported . According to a new round of Wikileaks that were released on November 6, RadarOnline.com has learned that Chelsea allegedly used Foundation "resources" to pay for her estimated $3 million dollar wedding.
  • Icelandic discount airline Wow air adds Pittsburgh flights

    Icelandic discount airline Wow air adds Pittsburgh flights

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    Icelandic airline WOW air has announced that it will start offering flights to the United States from Dublin for just €129.99 each way. Service from Pittsburgh will start at four days a week. Seat pitch will vary from 30 inches as standard to 34 inches at an additional charge. Skúli Mogensen, founder and CEO of WOW air, said the airline is thrilled to help passengers travel to the U.S.
  • Israeli PM: Either candidate will maintain US peace policy

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    Israel is concerned the conference may increase global pressure to halt the expansion of Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem which Israel occupied, along with the Gaza Strip, in the 1967 Mideast War. Saeb Erekat, a senior Palestinian official, said Vimont had made clear at the meeting that France would issue invitations to the conference in December.
  • North Korea calls Obama administration 'total failure' ahead of USA election

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    South Korea's military noted that Pyongyang may want to present a show of force to demonstrate that it will continue its nuclear and ballistic missile programs despite pressure from the USA and the worldwide community. ROK JCS Chairman Gen. SEOUL - The North Korean authorities have issued an order for all wandering people with no fixed residence to settle down and register a residence by the end of the year, a USA broadcaster, monitored here, said Monday.
  • Turkey: Use of Kurds against IS 'naive'

    Turkey: Use of Kurds against IS 'naive'

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    A YPJ fighter in northern Syria. "They coordinate between the coalition and the SDF and provide logistical support". Residents inside the Sunni Muslim majority city did not welcome the news. "It requires the participation of legitimate states and their armed forces", Deputy Prime Minister and government spokesperson Numan Kurtulmuş told reporters at a press conference after the weekly cabinet meeting on November 7.
  • Filipino mayor on Duterte's narco-list killed in prison shootout

    Filipino mayor on Duterte's narco-list killed in prison shootout

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    Another Philippine mayor linked to President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs has been killed inside jail, the latest high-profile killing after a serving mayor was shot dead last week by police anti-drug quad. Espenido planned to visit the wake of Espinosa in his house in Barangay Tinago, Albuera. Espinosa and a fellow inmate resisted and were shot by the officers, Leyte Police Chief Juvy Espinido told a radio station .
  • How AP rates the presidential race and the Road to 270

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    This is also what pollsters like Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight.com who run thousands of voting simulations have been saying, although their projections are more cautious following the FBI's new interest in Clinton emails. The vast majority of North Carolina's counties adopted early voting plans with bipartisan support. "How many of you have already voted?" That reference concerns a decision by the OH secretary of state not to mail out absentee ballots to a million people who haven't ...
  • Arun Jaitley Announces 4 GST Slabs At GST Council Meet

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    The GST Council, which has Union Finance Minister and his state counterparts, will decide on tax rates at its meeting on November 3-4 here. He also said that the lower rate of 5 percent for items of mass consumption along with zero rated tax structure for essential commodities would make GST less regressive and pocket friendly for the common man.
  • After two-day lull, Pak. violates ceasefire along LoC

    After two-day lull, Pak. violates ceasefire along LoC

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    As a result of the continuous firing and shelling, one soldier has lost his life. "Indian Army has retaliated using same calibre weapons". Swamy said the relentless ceasefire violations indicate that a war is waiting for us around the corner and that we should be preparing ourselves for that.
  • Trump to campaign in southwest Ohio on Friday

    Trump to campaign in southwest Ohio on Friday

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    With early voting over in North Carolina both presidential candidates are now hoping to sway swing states, especially North Carolina in their favor. OH has a large number of voters that the Trump campaign has targeted. The campaign also boasted that early African American turnout in Florida was up 22 percent in the state. He said Trump will have to "outperform Romney on Election Day" to pull ahead in those states.
  • JMU students come together for Standing Rock Sioux tribe

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    The Standing Rock Sioux argue the pipeline puts their water supply at risk and threatens sacred sites. On Wednesday, it said in a statement it's not aware of any plans for a new route in North Dakota, and it remains "confident we will receive our easement in a timely fashion".
  • Clinton and Trump tied in Colorado

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    MI hasn't gone to a Republican presidential candidate since the 1980s and Hillary Clinton is trying hard to keep it that way. WASHINGTON (AP) - Knock on every door. US President Barack Obama chastised supporters at a rally for Clinton on Friday after they booed when a supporter of Trump began protesting. "That's not what we need in our country, folks".
  • Fort Carson soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says

    Fort Carson soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says

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    Defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a statement that Byers and Gloyer and four other us troops who also suffered injuries on Thursday were with Afghan forces as part of the United States' train, advise and assist mission called Operation Freedom's Sentinel.
  • More migrants set to leave Calais refugee camp

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    More than 6,000 refugees , many of them families and some 1,291 unaccompanied children, are believed to have been living at the camp. Hundreds more have been interviewed and many are still waiting for a reply. Most of those in line - who made treacherous journeys to escape war or grinding poverty and dreamed of making a life in Britain - had no idea where they were going next.
  • Al Qaeda leader killed by airstrike in Afghanistan, US says

    Al Qaeda leader killed by airstrike in Afghanistan, US says

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    Therefore Fusion Media doesn't bear any responsibility for any trading losses you might incur as a result of using this data. Last month, USA official said multiple missiles had levelled two compounds in Kunar where the men were believed to be hiding.
  • Hershey fills student's vehicle with candy after thief steals Kit Kat bar

    Hershey fills student's vehicle with candy after thief steals Kit Kat bar

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    When Kit Kat caught wind of the news, the company responded to Jobbins, tweeting him an offer to replace his stolen candy bar. The Hershey Company said they wanted to make sure that there were enough Kit Kats for all K-State students. Jobbins and helpers representing Kit Kat handed out Kit Kats to anyone who attended the event and asked for some. Kansas State University freshman Hunter Jobbins was unloading items from his vehicle to move into his dorm room when he noticed the note.
  • Ex-Vanderbilt Player Sentenced to 17 Years

    Ex-Vanderbilt Player Sentenced to 17 Years

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    In all, Vandenburg, who could have faced up to 25 years in prison, is facing eight counts including aggravated rape, aggravated sexual battery and unlawful photography. Vanderburg, once the nation's number one junior college tight end, was first found guilty in 2015 but had his verdict overturned after it was revealed that one of the jurors was the victim of statutory rape.
  • UK PM May seeks to keep Brexit plan going despite setback

    UK PM May seeks to keep Brexit plan going despite setback

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    The nation voted to leave the 28-member bloc in a June referendum. The case, the first successful legal challenge since Britons voted in June to leave the 28-nation bloc, throws British Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for "Brexit" into turmoil because she may now have to contend with drawn-out debates in Parliament that could reveal her government's negotiating positions to European Union officials.
  • ISIS Leader Purportedly Releases Rare Message As Iraqi Troops Enter Mosul

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    Al-Baghdadi visited the city soon after the takeover, and from inside Mosul declared an Islamic caliphate that at one point covered almost a third of Iraq and Syria. Shaghati says that avoiding civilian deaths and damage to infrastructure are among the main challenges faced by Iraqi troops during operation to retake Mosul, which began on October 17.
  • Kurdish PKK militant group vows to intensify struggle against Turkey

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    It tore the facades off buildings and firefighters were searching for people trapped by debris. US Assistant Secretary of State Tom Malinowski said on Twitter Washington was " deeply troubled that government of Turkey has detained HDP leaders and other MPs while blocking Internet access".
  • This isn't 'Survivor,' Obama says; Trump, Clinton fire away

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    Trump makes an unprecedented fourth trip the state in the last six weeks buoyed by an avalanche of bad press against the Democratic presidential nominee, her campaign staffers, and others, hosting an event at the Atkinson Country Club in Atkinson, which is scheduled to begin at noon.
  • Clinton, Trump use whatever they got in the final push

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    Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Akron, Ohio, on August 22. The States of the Nation project is a survey of about 15,000 people every week in all 50 states plus Washington , D.C. "In six days, we are going to win the state of Florida and we are going to win the White House", he told the appreciative crowd. The polls help buoy Trump's claims of momentum in his campaign's final days.
  • Philippine leader Duterte says he wants foreign troops out

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    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte delivers a speech at the Philippine Economic Forum in Tokyo , Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. Before ending his three-day visit, Duterte proposed joint military exercises with Japan , while reiterating that he will not conduct them with Americans in his presidency.
  • South Korean PM nominee says president can be subject to investigation

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    They have called for a full investigation of Park's relationship with Choi, vowing to block the new prime minister's nomination by wielding their combined parliamentary majority. Choi's movement mixed strands of all three faiths, and claimed the ability to communicate with the dead and produce objects offering magical protection, according to Korean media.
  • Putin gives Russian citizenship to action film actor Seagal

    Putin gives Russian citizenship to action film actor Seagal

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    Actor Steven Seagal was granted Russian citizenship by a decree from President Vladimir Putin Thursday. Seagal, known for his acting, martial arts, and musicalprowess (warning: graphic audio content), has gained notoriety in recent years thanks to his cultivation of a high-profile friendship with the Russian president, even as U.S.
  • Double Take: Are the Warriors the NBA's super team?

    Double Take: Are the Warriors the NBA's super team?

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    Like, say, from Durant himself. He's a perennial All-NBA player and former MVP for a reason, and Warriors fans should be giddy with excitement knowing they've got the ultimate ace-in-the-hole when the offensive system sputters. "I mean I'm not just a blackhole scorer, man". "We're not going to get punked". "I'm pretty good at kind of mapping the game out". However, Kevin Durant has looked spectacular, tossing up almost 31-10-5 with two blocks and two steals a game.