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Trump defends police in Charlotte and condemns protesters

He's trying to show law-and-order toughness along with empathy for African-Americans amid criticism his campaign inspires racism. Get free real-time news alerts from the Across America Patch. "Whether it's genuine or legitimate or not, at least he's doing it", he said. Donald Trump on Thursday said the protests in Charlotte, North Carolina , that have followed a police-involved shooting there could be chalked up to a "lack of spirit" between races. Read More

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Markandey Katju faces flak for his Bihar comments

Markandey Katju faces flak for his Bihar comments

The CM spoke in detail about the glorious history of Bihar which is land of Lord Buddha, Lord Mahavira, Chanakya and Aryabhatt who invented "Zero" among others. . "Bihar has always shown the way to the country in good and bad times", said the son of RJD chief Lalu Prasad. Katju's comments has kicked a political storm in Bihar with leaders from ruling and opposition, both criticising his tweets. Read More

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Oil ETFs in Focus as OPEC Meets

That came ahead of weekly inventory reports from industry group the American Petroleum Institute (API) that will be released later on Tuesday, and the U.S. The US output has fallen this year but its rig count, a sign of future production, has risen for 12 of the past 13 weeks. Riyadh pumped about 10.69 million barrels per day in August, about 500,000 barrels higher than January levels. Read More

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Israeli consortium signs gas deal with Jordan

Israeli consortium signs gas deal with Jordan

The consortium has already contracted to sell natural gas from the smaller Tamar field to the Jordan Bromine Company and the Arab Potash Company, starting "in late 2016", Noble's statement said. Israeli government officials and Delek representatives praised the deal as "historic", marking an important milestone in the development of the Leviathan field, where full-scale production is scheduled to begin in 2019. Read More

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Three Turkish soldiers killed in PKK attack

Three Turkish soldiers killed in PKK attack

Six soldiers were killed in an attack conducted by PKK terrorists to a checkpoint erected near the prison located on Şırnak - Van road in Uludere district of southeastern Şırnak province on Monday. The fight flared anew in July 2015 after a two-year ceasefire collapsed, and hundreds of rebels, security forces and civilians have died in the violence. Read More

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Slimani 'sure to be a threat' to Porto insists Ranieri

In a year in which the records and accolades continue to mount, Tuesday's clash against the two-time European Champions marks the club's first home match in Europe's premier competition in their 132-year history. Porto might be slight favourites to top Group G, but they are a shadow of the side who won the 2004 Champions League under Jose Mourinho and looked nothing short of average in their opening draw at home to Copenhagen. Read More

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Iraqi forces regain control of Shirqat

Sir Michael, who has recently returned from a three-day visit to Iraq where he met senior government figures, said the operation to take the city of Mosul will begin in "a couple of weeks". "Daesh rule is facing a "state of collapse" in Mosul, sources said, which would be intensified by the news of Daesh's loss of Shirqat". It's a sensitive issue. Read More

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Lea Michele Talks Her Naked Cover and More On The Ellen Show

She ended up going with Taylor, but as the game went on Ellen threw a few more of Taylor Swift's exes into the mix. "Stamos is maybe a little on the older side", she said . Michele is now single after splitting from iZombie actor Robery Buckley in July after two months of dating. It's hard to believe Michele is the first person to say those words, and she likely won't be the last. Read More

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Putin's party wins majority in parliamentary elections

Putin's party wins majority in parliamentary elections

Three runners-up - the Communist Party, the Liberal Democrats and the Just Russia Party all support Putin. Golos independent election monitors said on Monday that "there were fewer incidents of gross direct falsification than in 2011" but that the vote was "far from what can truly be called free and fair" because of the ruling party's domination of the campaign. Read More

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Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump shrinking: Polls

Mark Creager, director of the Dartmouth-Hitchkock heart and vascular center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and a past president of the American Heart Association. She was prescribed the antibiotic Levaquin and told to keep taking the drug for 10 days. Clinton's campaign, in an attempt to downplay questions over her health, insisted recently that the presidential nominee has "no other undisclosed condition" and promised to release more information about her medical records. Read More

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Terrelle Pryor gets snaps at quarterback for Browns

Terrelle Pryor gets snaps at quarterback for Browns

National Football League scouts tended to see him as a good college player who could benefit from holding a clipboard for a few years; a smart kid who lacked a big arm and needed to go through his progressions quicker. Time of possession has been a major problem for the Dolphins with their opponents dominating the ball. In the first half they have yet to manage a touchdown while being outscored 30-6. Read More

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Hillary spends $1 million more a day than Trump

Hillary spends $1 million more a day than Trump

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson polled at a respectable 8 percent in September's poll; he was at 9 percent in August among New York's voters. However, Republican Trump led 41-37 in the suburbs and 44-38 in greater Minnesota . To win the election, a candidate must win at least 270 votes in the electoral college. The poll tracks more than 15,000 American voters weekly, and Reuters reports it "could end in a photo finish" as Clinton and Trump are running almost even in the Electoral ... Read More

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Guns Save Lives: Georgia Woman Fends Off Three Home Invaders

Guns Save Lives: Georgia Woman Fends Off Three Home Invaders

The man who was shot, later identified as 28-year-old Antonio Leeks, later died. Police said the men are considered to be armed and risky. Police are now searching for the two remaining suspects on the video. It has been reported the woman was staying in the house for work reasons, but it is not her permanent residence. "She exercised her right to defend her livelihood and property", Cpl. Read More

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2 asphyxiated kids among 4 dead in Detroit area

Green also is accused of attacking his wife, Faith Green , who is the mother of all four children. The woman's lawyer, Harvey Beck , called the deaths 'a bad situation, ' while declining to comment comment further. Dearborn Heights police stand outside a house at 431 Hipp street, in Dearborn Heights , Mich ., on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016. Finally in 2008, after completing cognitive-based rehabilitation programs, he was deemed ready to reenter society and released into the world. Read More

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Gabon court expected on disputed presidential election

Spokesperson for the group, Tulingui Nfoubou, told News24 that the demonstration was part of the movement initiated last month to denounce the outcome of the August 27 presidential elections. The decision helped Bongo improve his margin of victory from 49.85 percent of ballots cast to 50.66 percent in the final court-certified result. Ping has made clear he believes Bongo has the court in his pocket, referring to it as "the Tower of Pisa that always leans the same way". Read More

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Erdogan accuses the United States of supplying arms to 'terrorists'

Erdogan accuses the United States of supplying arms to 'terrorists'

That operation is created to clear Islamic State fighters from Turkey's southern border area but it has also brought Turkish and Syrian rebel forces into conflict with the YPG. Dozens were killed in Kilis earlier this year after it came under regular attack from ISIS rockets. The US has allied with the separatist group against Daesh, while Turkey makes no distinction between Daesh and the Syrian Kurdish YPG and its political wing the PYD. Read More

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Obama, Iraqi leader to strategize on fight to reclaim Mosul

Obama, Iraqi leader to strategize on fight to reclaim Mosul

Iraqi-led US -supported efforts to retake Mosul could be imminent, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Monday. The operations in the province came as the Iraqi security forces and allied units are fighting to drive IS militants out of the province after they reclaimed key cities and towns, including the provincial capital of Ramadi, some 110 km west of Baghdad, the source said. Read More

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China to lift ban on U.S

China to lift ban on U.S

The authorities said China would allow imports of beef that comply with China's traceability and quarantine requirements. Wilkinson says it's encouraging to see a market opening at a time when cattle producers have been looking for some positive news. Read More

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United Nations-South Korea

The US flew B-1 bombers over Seoul on September 13th in a show of force responding to the recent North Korean nuclear test. Ltd. logged more than $530 million in two-way trade with North Korea between 2011 and 2015, the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in Seoul and C4ADS in Washington said in a report released Monday. Read More

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