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Numerous cadets jumped off the rooftops to try to escape. When the attack took place, hundreds of trainees were present at the police training college. "Afghanistan is the biggest victim of terrorism and denounces all terrorist attacks", said Mohammad Haroon Chakhansuri, spokesman for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
  • Aleppo: Truce enters third day but United Nations delays evacuations

    Aleppo: Truce enters third day but United Nations delays evacuations

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    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported heavy clashes overnight in several areas along the front line that divides the government-held west from the east. the same goes for Manbij". "The UN remains hopeful that parties will provide all necessary guarantees and is actively working to that end", United Nations humanitarian spokesperson Jens Laerke said.
  • King meets party chiefs as Spain's gov't impasse nears end

    King meets party chiefs as Spain's gov't impasse nears end

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    The royal decree means that Spain could spare a third election being triggered by an October 31 deadline. Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says he has been tasked by the king to form a new government, the latest attempt to break a 10-month political deadlock in the European country and to bring the conservatives back to power.
  • South African opposition says ICC withdrawal is illegal

    South African opposition says ICC withdrawal is illegal

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    While the ICC has yet to receive an official notification of South Africa's decision to leave the court, UN Spokesman, Stephane Dujarric , confirmed receipt of an " instrument of withdrawal document". Esipisu says the ultimate decision on whether Kenya pulls out is subject to cabinet deliberation. The government had challenged the finding by the Supreme Court of Appeal that the obligations under the ICC Statute should take precedence over the customary worldwide law norm of immunity.
  • Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Share 'Touching' Moment at Charity Dinner

    Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Share 'Touching' Moment at Charity Dinner

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    She's doubled the amount of money spent on ads from August to September. But "he'll appoint more conservative judges, and she's ( Clinton ) pro-abortion, and I'm not for that". "Here she is tonight, in public, pretending not to hate Catholics". "You know, the one Vladimir Putin rides around on". But he then seemed to cross it when he referred to her as "corrupt" during a lengthy riff on the FBI's investigation into her use of a private email server as secretary of state.
  • Trump takes aim at Clinton and his wife during charity dinner roasting

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    Some people think this would be tough for me but the truth is the truth is I'm actually a modest person, very modest. Chris Galdieri, assistant professor of politics at Saint Anselm College, said Trump's comments are unprecedented. "People look at the Statue of Liberty and they see a proud symbol of our history as a nation of immigrants, a beacon of hope for people around the world", she said.
  • National Football League puts Giants' Brown on exempt list pending abuse probe

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    John Mara's defense of his decision to re-sign Josh Brown was startling in August . - Molly Brown stated Josh Brown had been physically violent to her on more than 20 different instances over the past several years. It even specifically highlighted an internal sheriff's office email detailing Katz' contact with Molly Brown and the subsequent call from the sheriff's office to Katz.
  • In the West Bank, Samaritans provide a sanctuary

    In the West Bank, Samaritans provide a sanctuary

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    The Palestinian National Authority (PNA) health ministry told Xinhua that the killing was in the village of Beit Ommar, in northern Hebron. The head of Beit Iksa village council, north of occupied East Jerusalem, Sa'ada Khatib, stated that the soldiers stopped the bus while transporting elderly Palestinians, and ordered the driver to force the seniors out of his vehicle, to be searched and inspected, but he refused.
  • UK Police Detain Teenager After Suspect Device Is Found on London Subway

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    Stratford station was closed this morning as armed police raided the station amid a fire alert. Officers evacuated the station and it remained shut for several hours as specialist teams worked to make the item safe. The London transport system is operating as normal today. The item, found on a train at North Greenwich station, which serves the O2 entertainment complex in southeast London , was being forensically examined.
  • Donald Trump reportedly mulling news network launch

    Donald Trump reportedly mulling news network launch

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    Trump has reportedly explored starting a media company , although he has denied the claim, and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has informally approached an investment bank executive about such a venture. "The enormous groundswell of support for Mr. Trump spurred an impressive fundraising effort as well, generating United States dollars 9 million in contributions from an excess of 150 thousand donors", the Trump Campaign said in a statement.
  • United Nations chief says ending Syria war 'biggest challenge'

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    Instead, the envoys said only that new ideas were proposed and more discussions planned. The conflict has killed as many as a half-million people since 2011, contributed to Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War II, and allowed the Islamic State to carve out territory for itself and emerge as a global threat.
  • Local artist gives baby Jesus statue a new head, parishioners not impressed

    Local artist gives baby Jesus statue a new head, parishioners not impressed

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    Lajeunesse said the statue has lost its head at least once before but the church previously managed to find and reattach it. The head on the statue at Ste. Wise, who had never worked with stone, told Sudbury.Com that she was "sad" to see what happened to the statue. The incident is also bringing to mind a story from Spain, where a botched restoration of a Jesus fresco painting is now a major tourist attraction .
  • US Service Member Killed North of Mosul

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    Smoke billowed over the city, and the streets were largely deserted out of fear of militant snipers. The claim was carried by the IS-run Aamaq news agency early on Friday, and could not immediately be verified. The Turkish Red Crescent is sending trucks of aid to northern Iraq with enough food and humanitarian supplies for 10,000 people displaced by fighting in Mosul, the president of the agency said on Friday.
  • US Navy destroyer conducts operation in South China Sea

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    This image provided by the U.S. Navy, taken October 17 shows the guided missile destroyer USS Decatur, right, pulling into position behind the Military Sealift Command USNS Matthew Perry, during a replenishment-at-sea, seen from the bridge of the guided-missile destroyer USS Spruance, in the South China Sea.
  • ISIS Trapping Mosul Civilians as Human Shields, Pentagon Says

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    The operation is the largest launched by the Iraqi army since the 2003 US-led invasion. Over the past day, ISIS sent 12 auto bombs, all of which were blown up before reaching their targets, he said, adding that Iraqi troops suffered a small number of casualties from the mortar rounds.
  • John Kerry warns North Korea as missile test fails again

    John Kerry warns North Korea as missile test fails again

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    Security Council resolutions". Japan condemned the launch and said it would make a formal protest to the North through its embassy in Beijing. Mr Kerry also confirmed the imminent deployment of a sophisticated United States missile-defence system in the South to deter the growing North Korean missile threat.
  • Mourinho responds to Pogba critics, says he 'needs time'

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    United return to Premier League action on Sunday with an eagerly-anticipated visit to Chelsea, while their next Europa League fixture is the return clash with Fenerbahce in Istanbul on November 3. Three minutes later they were two up thanks to another penalty, this time won and converted by Martial, who ran onto a fine ball from Mata before being pushed in the back by Sener Ozbayrakli .
  • Delta unveils employee uniforms designed by Zac Posen

    Delta unveils employee uniforms designed by Zac Posen

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    Female customer service agents and flight attendants will wear new items like a plum v-neck dress, peplum sweater, ottoman skirt suit and wrap dress. A year after Zac Posen announced he had been tapped to design Delta's uniforms, the red carpet fave is ready to show the world what he's got in store for the airline.
  • India, Us Would Be 'best Friends' If Elected as President: Donald Trump

    India, Us Would Be 'best Friends' If Elected as President: Donald Trump

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    Beyond this boiler-plate platform, it seems the RHC is completely disinterested in other social and cultural matters that will affect not just them in the U.S. "I am here to see Prabhudeva", said Kashyap Patel, 29, who is a green card holder working for a pharmaceuticals company in Piscataway, NJ Prabhudeva is a major celebrity, known for his intricate dancing style and commonly thought of as India's answer to Michael Jackson.
  • Russian lawmakers back Putin's suspension of plutonium deal

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    Trump did finally, when asked directly by Wallace, say he would condemn interference in the election by "Russia or anybody else", saying, "I course I condemn". Shortly after that response, a three-year-old tweet from Trump was recirculated among journalists, as well as by Hillary Clinton's campaign. "I think it makes the world safer and, frankly, I think it makes the United States safer", she said.
  • Trump, Clinton tax plans differ greatly

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    The campaign also has suggested that it would raise the amount that low-income families could get refunded when they owe no income tax. With the existing depreciation schedules, business purchases are treated differently under the tax code, with no clear pattern or common theme.
  • Rubio Warns GOP Against Using WikiLeaks Emails

    Rubio Warns GOP Against Using WikiLeaks Emails

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    Rubio, who ran against Trump in the Republican primary, said he realized the risky precedent Trump is setting by allowing unprecedented foreign intervention in USA politics. Trump, though, seized on the email to press his case against illegal immigration. "He's trying to shepherd Republicans in the right direction because he knows what looks good today may not look good tomorrow", said Mr.