• Putin's spokesman does not respond to Trump's accolade
Putin's spokesman does not respond to Trump's accolade

Before flying off to a campaign event, the former secretary of state offered her usual policy proposals for foreign affairs and the fight against terror, and then she also made an impassioned plea to voters to reject Donald Trump, a flamboyant billionaire who beat out 16 rivals, generally regarded as more politically seasoned, to win the Republica...

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  • Mauricio Pochettino backs Harry Kane to find scoring touch
Mauricio Pochettino backs Harry Kane to find scoring touch

Sometimes it is hard but we trust Christian, he is happy to stay and there is no doubt he will improve his performance in the future. "GK is very young, he's a player who can improve and can surprise everyone", Pochettino told the club's official website .

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  • Hanjin Scrounges Up Enough Cash to Unload Four US-Bound Ships
Hanjin Scrounges Up Enough Cash to Unload Four US-Bound Ships

The Korean electronics giant has US$38 million worth of cargo stranded on Hanjin ships in worldwide waters, according to the report . While Hanjin's lawyers try to arrange legal cover in 43 countries against ports taking over vessels, some captains are heading for Singapore, Hamburg or Busan in South Korea, where the company hopes the ship...

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  • MN DFL Party Wants Trump Off Ballot
MN DFL Party Wants Trump Off Ballot

At its state convention last spring, Minnesota Republicans neglected to select 10 alternate presidential electors, an obscure step but a required one in the process of electing the next president. Then it submitted the final paperwork. GOP leaders scrambled to get the paperwork in on time and it appeared they were successful, with the state saying ...

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  • Russia: Israel, Palestinian Leaders Agree to Meet for Talks
Russia: Israel, Palestinian Leaders Agree to Meet for Talks

Israel's public Channel 1 reported on Wednesday night that two Hebrew University researchers had obtained a trove of KGB archives that included a list that named Abbas as a Soviet agent in 1983 in Damascus. The report did not make clear what Abbas is alleged to have done for the Soviets. It called the allegation a "smear campaign" by Israel. ...

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  • President Obama Meets Briefly With Philippine President
President Obama Meets Briefly With Philippine President

Philippines Secretary of Foreign Affairs Perfecto Yasay, left, who was standing in for Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte attends the ASEAN-U.S. summit, a parallel summit in the ongoing 28th and 29th ASEAN Summits and other related summits at National Convention Center in Vientiane, Laos, Thursday, Sept.

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  • 110 stuck in cable vehicle at Mont Blanc in Alps
110 stuck in cable vehicle at Mont Blanc in Alps

Two helicopters from French civil authorities, one from a private company, and two Italian helicopters are on the scene, according to BFMTV. Those rescued are being taken to Italian soil, said Roberto Francesconi, of the Skyway Italian Mont Blanc cable vehicle, before being bussed back to the French side.

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  • Djokovic advances to US Open semis after Tsonga retires hurt
Djokovic advances to US Open semis after Tsonga retires hurt

In the second quarterfinal, two times US Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki registered a comfortable 6-0, 6-2 straight sets victory over surprise quarterfinalist Anastasija Sevastova. Monfils curled a crosscourt forehand victor wrapping up a love hold to seize the 35-minute first set. "Semis! Was a really close match today, so glad that we came bac...

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  • Death toll from Tel Aviv construction collapse rises to 4
Death toll from Tel Aviv construction collapse rises to 4

At least 20 people were injured in the collapse, according to Israeli emergency services officials, and an estimated five to seven people are still trapped in the rubble. Describing the scene as "very complicated", he said rescue efforts could be ongoing for several days. Some 300 Israeli army search-and-rescue personnel are involved in the searc...

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  • Erdogan calls on Obama to take unified stance in Syria
Erdogan calls on Obama to take unified stance in Syria

It is Fetullah Gulen", has said as he explained what Ankara wants from Washington. The plan would forge an unlikely U.S. Obama, as Vice President Joe Biden did when he visited Turkey last month, has a fine line to walk between delivering a strong message aimed at curbing Erdogan's moves and making nice with a North Atlantic Treaty Organisat...

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  • Obama, Duterte Meet Despite Philippine Leader's Crude Outburst
Obama, Duterte Meet Despite Philippine Leader's Crude Outburst

Mr Obama scrapped a planned meeting with Mr Duterte in Laos after being told of Mr Duterte's intemperate language on Monday. Washington cancelled Tuesday's bilateral meeting between Obama and Duterte following the latter's threat to curse the United States leader to his face if he raised the issue of human rights violations in the conduct of ...

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  • Iran supports $50-60 oil price, stability measures
Iran supports $50-60 oil price, stability measures

Output Proposals Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh will make the final decision on whether the country joins any plan by producers to freeze crude output, Mr Kardor said, according to Mehr . Only Iranand potentially Iraq could raise output in the medium term. Iran used to produce some 4.2 million barrels of oil per day in the late 2000s...

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  • Delta Air lowers third-quarter outlook after outage
Delta Air lowers third-quarter outlook after outage

The company's revenue was down 2.4% compared to the same quarter a year ago. 13 Analysts reported that the Price Target for Delta Air Lines, Inc. might touch $60 high while the Average Price Target and Low price Target is $52.46 and $41 respectively.

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  • Masses, special prayers mark Saint Teresa's death anniversary
Masses, special prayers mark Saint Teresa's death anniversary

Mother Teresa was born Agnes Gonxhe Bojaxhiu in 1910, in what is now Macedonia, to ethnic Albanian parents. In 1950 she founded the Missionaries of Charity, which went on to become a global order of nuns, priests, brothers and lay co-workers.

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  • Ferguson activist Darren Seals dies at 29
Ferguson activist Darren Seals dies at 29

Louis grand jury decided not to indict the Ferguson police officer who killed Michael Brown. News reports that police identified the victim later yesterday as Darren Seals , one of the original protest leaders in Ferguson after the police shooting of Michael Brown .

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  • Hurricane Newton soaks Mexican coast, aims for Los Cabos
Hurricane Newton soaks Mexican coast, aims for Los Cabos

And despite it now weakening to a tropical storm, USA authorities are preparing for flash flooding and landslides as it today heads to the US state of Arizona. Vazquez said the boat had ignored warnings against going out at sea. Some hotel windows broke, but the 14,000 tourists in Los Cabos were "safe" in rooms made to shelter them within the fac...

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  • Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir
Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

Since the start of latest round of violence, more than 70 civilians have been killed. Clashes were also reported on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway. The agitated people set a newly built deputy commissioner office on fire in Shopian and attacked the house of a member of so-called Kashmir Assembly in Tral.

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  • U.N. Security Council to meet Tuesday on North Korea missile launches
U.N. Security Council to meet Tuesday on North Korea missile launches

A defense ministry official told Xinhua that the missiles were launched into the East Sea at about 12:14 p.m. local time from its western areas near Hwangju county in North Hwanghae province. The move came just hours after the leaders of South Korea and China met on the sidelines of the G-20 summit, where Chinese President Xi Jinping told...

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  • Obama Cancels Meeting With Philippines President After Outburst
Obama Cancels Meeting With Philippines President After Outburst

On Monday, the Filipino leader called Mr Obama "a son of a whore" as he warned him not to raise questions about extrajudicial killings. "We inherited this problem from the United States", Duterte said. Duterte said he would demand that Obama allow him to first explain the context of his crackdown before engaging the USA president in a discussion ...

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  • Alex Noren wins European Masters in playoff with Scott Hend
Alex Noren wins European Masters in playoff with Scott Hend

But Noren's five-under-par 65 and a four-under for Hend left the two tied on 17 under for the tournament. Englishman Andrew Johnston maintained his recent impressive form as he finished three shots behind in third, with another Englishman, Lee Westwood, two strokes further back in fourth.

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