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Police claim to recover six Klashnikovs from PTI leader

Police claim to recover six Klashnikovs from PTI leader

The Cricketer-turned-politician also advised party supporters to travel in groups and instead of taking the main route where police is stationed they should opt for hidden routes to arrive at the site. He said the police seized seven Kalashnikov rifles, one tear gas gun and seven bullet proof vests, including one driven by one of Khan's ministers from the northwestern province where his party rules. Read More

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Kellyanne Conway: Trump rally attendee's conduct was 'deplorable'

Kellyanne Conway: Trump rally attendee's conduct was 'deplorable'

U-S-A!' the dark-haired man changed his chant to 'Jew-S-A!' Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway on Sunday condemned as "deplorable" a Trump supporter who was filmed chanting "Jew S.A." at the media during an election rally. Conway pushed back, saying, "I think that's incredibly unfair". However, Conway denied that the man's conduct was in any way representative of Trump supporters, insisting that most people at his rallies are "U.S.A. Read More

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Shiite militias join the battle as Iraqis push toward Mosul

The Mosul offensive involves more than 25,000 soldiers, federal police, Kurdish fighters, Sunni tribesmen and the Shiite militias, which operate under an umbrella organisation known as the Popular Mobilisation Units. In the hours following the announcement of Shiite reinforcements, five explosions rocked predominantly Shiite neighborhoods of the capital, Baghdad, killing at least 17 people and wounding over 60, police said. Read More

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Russian Federation unilaterally announces 8-hour pause in Syria's Aleppo

The Russian and Syrian air forces have stopped bombing Aleppo as of 0700 GMT (3pm Malaysian time) today, Russia's defence minister said , in a move he said was meant to pave the way for an eight-hour truce on October 20. Syria's state news agency reported on Monday that Maj. An official with Fatah al-Sham Front, formerly known as Nusra Front, said all those in the auto were "martyred". Read More

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UNESCO adopts Jerusalem resolution

It used only the Islamic name for the site that includes the Western Wall, a remnant of the Biblical temple and the holiest site where Jews can pray. The Al-Aqsa Mosque - the third-holiest place in Islam, after Mecca and Medina - and the iconic 7th-century Dome of the Rock also rest atop this disputed esplanade. Read More

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

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

Ms Obama said that Trump's vision was "negative" and focused on the "broken" aspects of communities, rather than the goodness. In recent months, Obama has taken on a more active role on the campaign trail. Obama's final push isn't just a plea for all Democrats. Clinton is perhaps one of the least traditional first ladies in modern history, while Obama has fully embraced tradition. Read More

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Philippine leader Duterte says God told him to stop cursing

The mayor had turned himself in to police but denied he was involved in the illegal drug trade. Duterte was elected to office in May on a platform of a hardline crackdown on crime, particularly illegal drugs. The extent of Duterte's crackdown is unprecedented in the country. He called U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon a "devil", he told Obama to "go to hell", and said "fuck you" twice to the European Union, while raising his middle finger. Read More

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UK transport minister promises timely consultation on Heathrow expansion

UK transport minister promises timely consultation on Heathrow expansion

He also linked the move to his own airport's expansion, which was agreed in July. A connection between Heathrow and Cardiff Airport is "not out of the question", the chairman of Cardiff Airport has said. His departure would create a new political headache for Prime Minister Theresa May. "I am exploring how I can best be involved in any legal process over the coming months ", he said. Read More

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Russian army asks Putin to allow Aleppo strikes

Rebel groups including the powerful Ahrar Al Sham faction and former Al Qaeda affiliate Jabhat Fatah Al Sham fired waves of rockets into government-held western Aleppo , killing at least 15 civilians, a monitor said . Forces of the Syrian government and its partners, including Russian Federation and Iran, have vowed to slam eastern Aleppo until the resistance is broken. Read More

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After NATO Objections, Russian Warships Won't Refuel At Spanish Port

After NATO Objections, Russian Warships Won't Refuel At Spanish Port

October 26 (EIRNS)-NATO's defense ministers are meeting in Brussels today, completing plans to forward-base 4,000 NATO troops in Poland and the three Baltic states . The latest troop deployment comes at a time of fear over the security of Baltic states such as Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, which have significant Russian-speaking minorities like Ukraine and concerns that they could suffer a similar fate to Crimea's . Read More

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You won't find anything in my emails — Clinton to Federal Bureau of Investigation

It was the third and final rally of a day he argued has breathed new life into his struggling campaign. Thought the furor over Hillary Clinton's private emails was over? There was also grumbling within Federal Bureau of Investigation ranks, with a largely conservative investigative corps complaining privately that Comey should have tried harder to make a case. Read More

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IS using tens of thousands as human shields in Mosul

IS using tens of thousands as human shields in Mosul

President Bashar Assad has said he is determined to retake the country's largest city and former commercial capital. "ISIS executed 42 civilians in Hammam al-Alil, south of Mosul". They are hoping this will dissuade the government and Russian air force from using heavy weapons and aerial munitions. The militants apparently are collecting people from the outskirts of Mosul and pushing them into the city "to be able to keep them close to military installations, close to their offices", she ... Read More

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Russian Media Exec's Death Ruled Accidental

Russian Media Exec's Death Ruled Accidental

Lesin's manner of death from "undetermined" to "accident" with acute ethanol intoxication as a contributory cause of death", the U.S. Attorney's Office said in a statement Friday. Russian officials complained in March that they were not receiving information about the US investigation. The death of the 57-year-old former press minister prompted conspiracy theories in Russian Federation. Read More

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Japan providing aircraft, pilot training to Philippines

He is meeting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe later Wednesday before attending a banquet hosted by Abe. But immediately after returning home, Duterte walked back from those comments, saying he would not sever United States relations. "I do not need the arms". While some anxious that Duterte was ready to give up the Philippines' South China Sea claims in order to please Beijing, Duterte assured Japan that he would insist on ending the conflict via global rule of law, referring to a ... Read More

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Gambia says it is leaving International Criminal Court

However, six of the nine cases the ICC pursued began at the behest of the governments themselves, the court's lead prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, noted. Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir wasindicted by the ICC in 2009 and 2010 for war crimes and genocide in the Darfur region. Earlier this week, Gambian President Yahya Jammeh asked the court to investigate African migrant deaths in the Mediterranean Sea. Read More

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Gambia Withdraws From The International Criminal Court

Gambia Withdraws From The International Criminal Court

The Gambia has become the latest African nation to announce its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, accusing the war crimes tribunal of "persecuting" Africans. "Yet even if it were, the tokenism would have been justified to show that the court is more than the imperialist agent of regime change that many Africans consider it", he said. Read More

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Evacuations of Wounded From Aleppo Hindered by Syrian Opposition Groups

Evacuations of Wounded From Aleppo Hindered by Syrian Opposition Groups

The unilateral truce ended without any evacuations by the United Nations, which had hoped to bring wounded civilians out of the rebel-held east and deliver aid after weeks of government bombardment and a three-month siege. British Prime Minister Theresa May said that she would support sending a strict message to Russian Federation and Syria in order to cause them to cease the attacks. Read More

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Spain's acting prime minister set to end political stalemate

Spain's acting prime minister set to end political stalemate

Felipe began the meetings Monday and will finish the round Tuesday with Rajoy. Rajoy spoke after the king wrapped up two days of talks with leaders from each party in an effort to end the impasse ahead of an October 31 deadline. During a second vote, he would only need more deputies in favor than against. The party, one of the country's major political groups, suffered its worst-ever results in both the December and June elections. Read More

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