• Go fish, S Korea tells China
Go fish, S Korea tells China

Assistant Foreign Minister Kim Hyeong-jin called in Chinese Ambassador to Korea Qiu Guohong to his office in Seoul to denounce the incident and ask for efforts to prevent its recurrence, the Foreign Ministry said. China's Foreign Ministry said China was still verifying the details of the incident and maintaining contact with the South Korean side...

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  • Narendra Modi targets terrorism & Pakistan at Lucknow Dussehra rally
Narendra Modi targets terrorism & Pakistan at Lucknow Dussehra rally

It is for the first time that any Prime Minister celebrated Dussehra in Lucknow instead of Delhi. Terrorism has no boundaries. "He added: "When we burn Ravana, we should remember that humanity can" t be saved lest we fight terrorism together".

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  • In debate, Trump signals aggressive close to his campaign
In debate, Trump signals aggressive close to his campaign

Polls have shown Clinton with wide leads among female voters, including white and college-educated women, a group that GOP nominee Mitt Romney won over President Barack Obama four years ago. Trump made clear that he did not agree with running mate Mike Pence on how to deal with war-torn Syria. Last year, after Trump faced tough debate questions ...

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  • Will Bill Clinton's criticism of Obamacare help Trump?
Will Bill Clinton's criticism of Obamacare help Trump?

He said while the federal health care act has provided insurance to 25 million more people, it does make coverage too expensive for those above the line to receive federal coverage. At an event in Dubuque, IA, Chelsea Clinton told the audience, "We do need to work on the affordable part of the Affordable Care Act". The Republican VP nominee add...

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  • Republicans reeling after Trump's vulgar comments revealed
Republicans reeling after Trump's vulgar comments revealed

But the day was quickly consumed by a series of controversies, including Trump's unsubstantiated claim about immigrants in the US illegally voting in the election and his questioning the innocence of five black teenagers exonerated in a 1989 rape case.

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  • 1 killed, 8 wounded in gunfire at party in MI
1 killed, 8 wounded in gunfire at party in MI

He is believed to be a black male according to Grand Rapids police officials. The shooting is reported to have occurred at a strip mall on 28th Street near Kalamazoo Avenue. "We're very early on into this incident". About 60 to 80 people had gathered for the party, a CBS affiliate said on Sunday. The sign on the building where the shooting ...

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  • Martin Schramm: Bill Clinton races to Donald Trump's rescue
Martin Schramm: Bill Clinton races to Donald Trump's rescue

The New York Times reports that Brennan's dad, who is a state senator, helped her write the question, and that the issue is important to her because she recently lost a friend to suicide. The audience was quick to pick up on the meaning behind the tap, erupting into applause as Obama finished her praise of Clinton. "And I think that's President ...

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  • Police say 5 people killed by wrong-way driver in Vermont
Police say 5 people killed by wrong-way driver in Vermont

The driver, identified by police as 36-year-old Steven Bourgoin, was thrown from the cruiser, which also burst into flames. Five people were declared dead on scene of the crashes. The initial crash happened after 11:45 p.m. Saturday, on Interstate 89 south in Williston, state police said in a news release. According to the Williston Fire Depart...

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  • Indus Water Treaty: Pak Approaches International Court of Justice
Indus Water Treaty: Pak Approaches International Court of Justice

India says it does not plan to abrogate the treaty but Modi said on Monday India should "maximise" the quantity of water it uses without breaking the agreement. During the meeting Modi was quoted as saying "water and blood can't flow at the same time". Meanwhile, Ahmer Bilal Soofi, a former federal law minister in Pakistan, told Dawn that if ...

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  • Defence Ministry to brief Parliamentary panel on surgical strikes next week
Defence Ministry to brief Parliamentary panel on surgical strikes next week

The state BJP had formed a charge sheet committee under the chairmanship of veteran Congress leader Suresh Bharadwaj and its members would visit all districts in November to collect evidence and documents of acts of omission and commissions and get feedback from the people and the charge sheet would be ready by December 15, he said.

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  • Rohnert Park warns community of creepy clown scare
Rohnert Park warns community of creepy clown scare

We want to ensure their actors do not freelance and walk around the community to scare people. "Certainly the safety of students and staff is a priority". They say people brandishing masks have been spotted parading the streets. Social media has helped, as has the media coverage, he said: "This level of panic [and] concern would not exist without...

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  • Russia lawmakers mull indefinite military presence in Syria
Russia lawmakers mull indefinite military presence in Syria

An worldwide relief organization says hospitals in the eastern side of Syria's Aleppo have been attacked 23 times since July, damaging all eight facilities that have not yet been shuttered or destroyed. Russian Federation launched its air campaign in Syria a year ago which has reversed the tide of the war and helped Assad's forces regain some key g...

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  • Colombian Prez, opposition talk on FARC peace deal
Colombian Prez, opposition talk on FARC peace deal

Social movements in Colombia opposed to what they called "a pact between elites", following Sunday's "No" win in the peace plebiscite, called for the demonstrations. "We need peace no matter what it takes", said Jennifer Lopez, a 28-year-old teacher who said a cousin had been kidnapped years ago by the FARC. Among them is Foreign Minister María Áng...

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  • Five injured in Istanbul bomb attack
Five injured in Istanbul bomb attack

NTV television, citing unidentified security officials, said police are searching for one person who was spotted leaving the area on a motorbike. The explosion rocked the district of Yenibosna on the European side of Istanbul , close to the city s main Ataturk International Airport.

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  • Obama hails 'historic day' in fight against climate change
Obama hails 'historic day' in fight against climate change

A United Nations website said now 72 of the 197 parties to the treaty, accounting for 56.75 of the world's greenhouse gas emissions have officially ratified . The president said the United States had played a pivotal role in brokering the agreement through both worldwide diplomacy and the adoption of domestic regulations that have "changed, fund...

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  • Charlotte police release bodycam footage of Keith Scott shooting
Charlotte police release bodycam footage of Keith Scott shooting

Hundreds of North Carolina residents gathered in protest last week, demanding the footage of Keith Lamont Scott's death be made public. CMPD says plainclothes officers were in the area to serve a warrant on another person when they encountered Scott.

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  • Xiaomi Storms US with $69 Apple TV Foe
Xiaomi Storms US with $69 Apple TV Foe

China's Xiaomi has launched its Mi Box in the USA, adding to the growing number of streaming video devices on the market. The Mi Box is Xiaomi's first US product. The device is based on Google's Android TV 6.0 which is capable of streaming 4K video at 60 FPS. The Mi Box's remote is powered by Bluetooth, which means slightly worse batt...

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  • Philippine drills open in uncertainty: Are they the last?
Philippine drills open in uncertainty: Are they the last?

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte apologized to Jews worldwide Sunday after his remarks drawing comparisons between his bloody anti-drug war and Hitler and the Holocaust sparked shock and outrage. The militaries of the two countries have held joint exercises every year, the most significant of which is the Balikatan exercises. He added: "Bette...

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  • U.S. serviceman died fighting the Islamic State in Afghanistan
U.S. serviceman died fighting the Islamic State in Afghanistan

The report said Khorasan was joining with al-Nusra Front, previously called al-Qaeda in Syria, to conduct coordinated attacks and that us forces had targeted one of its leaders with an airstrike. "This was a combat situation", Cook said. The statement further added that the operations were conducted with the support of air power as well as the ...

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  • Pope, in surprise visit, comforts survivors of Italian earthquake
Pope, in surprise visit, comforts survivors of Italian earthquake

Gerard O'Connell , an Irish journalist living in Rome , posted a tweet quoting Pope Francis as saying: "I am close to you, I pray for you". "In this moment of sadness and pain, let's move forward while remembering our dear ones who died here under the rubble.

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