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At a rally in Atkinson New Hampshire Friday, Republican nominee, Donald Trump implored voters to make him the next President. "You think Bill was referring to Hillary when he said, 'I didn't have sex with that woman?'" Sununu asked the crowd.
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    Duterte cancels rifle procurement from US

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  • Canadian diver 'may have found' legendary lost USA bomb from 1950

    Canadian diver 'may have found' legendary lost USA bomb from 1950

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    Sean Smyrichinsky had spent several hours fruitlessly combing a patch of the Pacific Ocean floor off the coast of British Columbia when he spotted something remarkable. As such, it was capable of a conventional TNT-based explosion, but not a nuclear detonation. "While flying over Northern British Columbia they stumbled across the wreckage of the lost bomber in the snow-covered mountains - hundreds of kilometres in the opposite direction from where it was supposed to crash".
  • FBI chief: No charges against Clinton after new email review

    FBI chief: No charges against Clinton after new email review

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    Comey made half the country angry with him when he closed the criminal investigation of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton months ago, despite acknowledging she lied to the agency, lied about not passing classified information on her personal, insecure server and broke counter-espionage laws for which others are serving prison time.
  • UK's Johnson: Court ruling won't hurt Brexit timetable

    UK's Johnson: Court ruling won't hurt Brexit timetable

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    Even if a vote did take place, it's more than likely that Theresa May will win an overwhelming endorsement for her plans, as MPs struggle to reconcile their own views on Brexit with those of their electorates and the desire to be seen to respect the views of the majority as expressed in the European Union referendum.
  • What if? A look at the Electoral College, rogue electors

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    Patrick Butler , the Vice President, Programmes at the International Centre for Journalists (ICFJ ), described the American electoral system as "a confusing system and even most Americans don't understand it". In all but two states, the victor of the state's popular vote gets all of the state's electors . He told the Associated Press that he has wrestled with what to do but feels that neither Clinton nor Donald Trump can lead the country.
  • Katy Perry performs for Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia

    Katy Perry performs for Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia

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    Three days before the election, pop singer Katy Perry gave a Philadelphia performance Saturday hoping to boost the Democrat's momentum. Hillary introduced Katy at the event in Philadelphia, saying , "I love the message: When you get knocked down, which everybody does, the message is, 'Get back up'".
  • Syria Kurds announce start of campaign to retake Raqqa

    Syria Kurds announce start of campaign to retake Raqqa

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    The Syria Democratic Forces, a Kurdish-led group that includes Arab fighters and is backed by USA air power, announced the offensive earlier on Sunday. The SDF, meanwhile, urged the regional and worldwide powers that have been affected by the IS to take part in the "honor to eliminate the core of the global terrorism" represented by the IS by providing all kinds of support to the SDF.
  • Insurgent offensive in Aleppo kills dozens of civilians

    Insurgent offensive in Aleppo kills dozens of civilians

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    Prior to the rebel offensive and in less than a month, more than 400 civilians, many of them children, have been killed in bombings that also hit a school and medical facilities, and almost 2,000 wounded in rebel-held Aleppo and surrounding areas.
  • What happens next? UK High Court ruling complicates Brexit

    What happens next? UK High Court ruling complicates Brexit

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    However, the government has taken the blow as a challenge and said to be appealing against the verdict to the Supreme Court. The court ruling came on a landmark case brought by businesswoman Gina Miller who sought to block the Prime Minister from formally enacting the Britain's withdrawal from the European Union without first submitting it to a parliamentary vote.
  • Melania Trump vows to take on cyberbullying as first lady

    Melania Trump vows to take on cyberbullying as first lady

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    We need to teach our youth American values: "kindness, honestly, respect, compassion, charity, understanding, cooperation". MJ lee noted one of the most ironic moments of Trump's speech, " Melania Trump says 'our culture has gotten too mean and too rough"; that people put down others on "looks and intelligence".
  • Economists: German economy to grow 1.3 percent next year

    Economists: German economy to grow 1.3 percent next year

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    The group's growth prediction compares with government projections of 1.8 percent growth in 2016 and 1.4 percent growth next year. Among other things, the panel says the European Union should conclude free trade agreements with the U.S.to go alongside its recent one with Canada, and that Germany should conduct tax reforms.
  • Cubs players wave, take in scene as victory parade begins

    Cubs players wave, take in scene as victory parade begins

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    Fans celebrate outside Wrigley Field as buses carrying the Chicago Cubs baseball team arrive in Chicago early Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, after the Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in Game 7 of the World Series in Cleveland. "Thank you for being so patient". Let's hope that it's not another 108 years. "I listened to Joe [Maddon], the Chicago coach, saying that curses and such things aren't what make sport, it's actually the process of getting across the line that makes it".
  • New MH370 analysis suggests no one at controls during crash

    New MH370 analysis suggests no one at controls during crash

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    Flight MH370 was not in a controlled descent when it plunged into the Mourning. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau's (ATSB) latest report on the search , published on Wednesday, has detailed analysis of wing debris that investigators hope may provide more clues on the missing Boeing 777-200ER's flightpath before it crashed in the Indian Ocean .
  • Trump says he will totally accept election results 'if I win'

    Trump says he will totally accept election results 'if I win'

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    Campaign officials stress they are not taking the outcome of the election for granted. A concession isn't just an act of graciousness. "It is an act of respect for the will of the American people". "All the Republicans - not all, but most - have acknowledged there's no way to rig an election in a country this big", Obama said. On Friday, he only made a brief reference to the accusation during his speech in North Carolina, one of the battleground states where the election might be decided.
  • Migrant children moved out of Calais to sites around France

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    A first bus carrying 43 minors left the area around 8:30 am (0730 GMT) for the southwest, rapidly followed by a second one. Junior Brexit minister David Jones told a parliamentary committee on Tuesday that Britain had given shelter to more than 300 children since October 10, but said there had been a pause in the process of admitting children while the camp was closed.
  • Report alleges Italian abuse of migrants to meet EU rules

    Report alleges Italian abuse of migrants to meet EU rules

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    A 16-year-old boy also reported similar violence citing that police officials made him undress because he refused to give his fingerprints. One of the men quoted by the report was a 27-year-old from Darfur, Sudan, who said he had been beaten and stunned by electric shocks before being forced to strip naked.
  • Judge: Instructions to Bridge Jury Will Stand

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    The jury is weighing the fate of two former allies of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie charged with scheming to punish a mayor who didn't endorse the Republican governor in 2013. "And that's how they closed and how they rebutted". Citing a Third Circuit Court of Appeals mail fraud case, Critchley argued in Wednesday's motion that the government must prove the alleged goal of the lane closures to the jury.
  • PM May says United Kingdom should boost trade with Colombia post-Brexit

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    The PM will say: "Colombia is one of Britain's most important partners in Latin America, and this visit provides an opportunity to strengthen the ties that have existed between our countries for more than 200 years". The arrival of the President of Colombia - and Nobel Peace Prize victor - for a state visit yesterday brought with it one of the more unusual presents in the traditional exchange of gifts: a pen made from a bullet.
  • FBI Reportedly Looking Into Paul Manafort's Foreign Business Ties

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    Alfa Bank, the largest private commercial bank in Russian Federation, responded to the claims as well. Davis, who won an FBI Director Award for Excellence for his work tracking down the authors of one of the world's nastiest botnet attacks, said of the Trump-Alfa Bank server links, "It looked weird, and it didn't pass the sniff test".
  • Michel Aoun: Political survivor finally returns to power

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    Both Samir Geagea, leader of the Christian Lebanese Forces, and Sunni former premier Saad Harir, endorsed Mr Aoun, as well as his long-time ally, Shiite movement Hezbollah. He also thanked Prime Minister Tamam Salam for his leadership during the challenging period in the country. The parliamentary deadlock over the election of the new president raised concern over the political stability of the country, aggravated by violent rallies protesting the government's inability to solve a garbage ...