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Clinton's team fuming over Federal Bureau of Investigation chief's blunder

Clinton's team fuming over Federal Bureau of Investigation chief's blunder

Trump is thanking disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner and the FBI's James Comey, for resuscitating his candidacy. A Financial Times average of polls puts Clinton just under three points ahead of Trump, meaning the race is closer than in the middle of October, when allegations of sexual assault against Trump, which he denies, saw his campaign flounder and the gap widen to about five points. Read More

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US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas postponed an Alabama man's execution

US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas postponed an Alabama man's execution

The SCOTUS order will stay Arthur's execution until further orders by the court. The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday refused to stay the execution after he challenged Alabama's death penalty procedure as unconstitutional. "The prior six execution dates were stayed based on Arthur's long-term manipulation of the federal and state courts through civil litigation and successive collateral attacks", attorneys for the state wrote in a response Thursday with the high court. Read More

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Trump edges ahead of Clinton, poll finds

That absence of enthusiasm reflects the historic unpopularity of both candidates, potentially impacting motivation to vote. His promise of creating more jobs, "Making America Great Again" and bringing back jobs from countries that have undercut Mid-Westerners will be a vote victor - people believe they are voting to increase the size of their wallet. Read More

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Underage Migrants Moved out of Calais to Sites around France

The club have offered to send a fleet of coaches to help bring around a thousand child refugees into United Kingdom from Calais , where the infamous Jungle camp is being demolished by French authorities. The infamously-nicknamed "Jungle" previously housed some 6,000 refugees and migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and other war-ravaged countries. Read More

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Turkey slams Germany, accuses it of supporting terrorism

Turkey slams Germany, accuses it of supporting terrorism

Prime Minister Yildrim responded to Schulz's comments in an address to his party in the Turkish parliament, saying, "Brother, we don't care about your red line". Cumhuriyet vowed "we will not surrender" in a front-page headline. "I cannot understand, how the major European Union state can support terrorists", Erdogan said in Ankara . Read More

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Lebanon celebrates election of new president

Gemayel's acting prime minister, Salim al Hoss, also continued to act as the de facto prime minister. Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi congratulated on Monday his new Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun on his election, expressing Cairo's support to the Lebanese people in the face of any challenges. Read More

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High court rules United Kingdom government plans to tackle air pollution are illegal

High court rules United Kingdom government plans to tackle air pollution are illegal

However, according to the Guardian , the Treasury blocked such moves, with officials saying "it would be politically very hard, especially given the impacts on motorists". Ministers will now have to put in place new measures to remove illegal levels of NO2 air pollution. He added that the need of a national network of clean air zones must take place by 2018 in cities across the United Kingdom, not just in a handful of cities. Read More

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Pakistani officials: Trains crash kills 17 in Karachi

Pakistani officials: Trains crash kills 17 in Karachi

The accident left scores injured, the Express News reported. More info to follow ... He said at least 40 injured people had been brought to the hospital for treatment. One eye witness, Ajab Gul, said he was on his way to work when the crash happened. Officials said at least two children and three women were among the dead. Read More

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Syrian government opens new Aleppo corridor for evacuations

Syrian government opens new Aleppo corridor for evacuations

The Syrian government has halted its Russian-backed assault on rebel-held east Aleppo until 4pm GMT on Saturday. David Swanson, an OCHA spokesman in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, said a four-day plan had been drawn up to begin with two days of evacuations to government-held areas of Aleppo, rebel-held Idlib province to the west or over the border to Turkey. Read More

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Donald Trump overtakes Hillary Clinton by 1% in new poll

Clinton and Trump are now equally likely to be viewed unfavorably by likely voters. Donald Trump addresses supporters at Macomb Community College on OMonday. Clinton is keeping her large advantage over Trump when voters evaluate each candidate's qualifications. 56% of likely voters say Clinton has the qualifications for the job of President, compared with just 39% who say that about Trump. Read More

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Iran criticizes Saudi re-election to UN human rights council

Ould Cheikh Ahmed has presented a roadmap to the Huthi rebels and their allies and the Yemeni government to revive political talks, but he acknowledged to the council that his proposals had been rejected. resolution calling on the parties to return to negotiations on the basis of the U.N. peace plan and implement an immediate truce. United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, speaks during a tribute to the late King of Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej in the General Assembly ... Read More

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Info from accused nurse led to murder probe

A lawyer for Wettlaufer could not immediately be reached. "It's also so close to where Tori was taken", Sabic said. If Elizabeth Tracey Mae Wettlaufer is found guilty, The Globe and Mail reports , the 49-year-old woman would be "among the worst serial killers in Canadian history". Read More

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California Chrome inserted as even-money favorite for Breeders' Cup

California Chrome inserted as even-money favorite for Breeders' Cup

Also in the Distaff field are Argentina-bred Corona Del Inca , Curalina , Forever Unbridled , I'm a Chatterbox and Land Over Sea . "I'm very blessed to have accomplished what I've accomplished, but I still want to add to it". "There's a couple speed horses down inside and that gives Mike Smith a lot of options", Ellis said. Arguably at his best at 5-years-old when most Derby winners retire in that same season and rarely win again. Read More

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Belgium saying Wallonia talks on EU-Canada deal progressing

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said on Monday that talks with Wallonia had failed , which throws all manner of questions into the air surrounding the EU's ability to negotiate trade deals as a unified bloc. The Wallonia region has an effective veto over the deal because Belgium's constitution gives them that power over the country's national government. Read More

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Support for 'my girl' Clinton is personal, Mrs. Obama says

Support for 'my girl' Clinton is personal, Mrs. Obama says

And a Republican Congress could dismantle the Affordable Care Act and the Wall Street regulation Obama helped pass - especially if a Democratic president isn't there to veto legislation. deal was the second time. if you can run Euronews. you can run. the light as. Early in her speech, Obama also seemed to want to clear up any lingering doubts about tensions between the onetime rival families. Read More

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White Supremacist Trump Backer Targets McMullin in Robo Call

If voting third party were really a vote for Clinton, it would also be a vote for Trump. He quit that role due to his dismay over Trump's rise in the party. McMullin, a practicing Mormon, has picked up steam nearly exclusively in Utah . Former CIA operative Evan McMullin announced his candidacy quite late - August 8 to be exact - but is running his campaign on the idea that "it's never too late to do the right thing", a message resonating with voters across the country. Read More

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