• Duterte to US: 'Withdraw your aid, we will not beg for it'
Duterte to US: 'Withdraw your aid, we will not beg for it'

I believe that we can live without that aid. President Duterte has said he wants an ongoing U.S. On Friday, UN Resident Coordinator and Development Program Resident Representative in the Philippines Ola Almgren was reported to have said relations between the world body and Manila remain undamaged.

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  • Dozens killed in Bhubaneswar hospital fire
Dozens killed in Bhubaneswar hospital fire

Sharat Kumar Sahu, a police officer at the site of the blaze, told AFP that the fire started in the dialysis ward in the four story building and quickly spread to the intensive care unit. Fire brigade has deployed 7 fire tenders at the hospital and they have spread out to douse the fire before it engulfs the entire hospital. Nearly all patients hav...

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  • Iraq announces start Mosul ISIS offensive, backed by US-led coalition forces
Iraq announces start Mosul ISIS offensive, backed by US-led coalition forces

Abadi told CNN in September that forces "are planning for a fight for many months". Before becoming the top prize in the Iraqi portion of the militant group's self-declared caliphate, Mosul was inhabited by more than 2 million people. The offensive could be one of the biggest military operations in Iraq since the 2003 USA -led invasion that top...

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  • Leicester City - Premier League Football - 15 October 2016
Leicester City - Premier League Football - 15 October 2016

And Hazard, whose goal was his third in the league this season, is thoroughly enjoying the strategy. For Belgium, we have full-backs who run hard and create a lot of space, which is good and I like to play there. The Italian is happy with Moses' transition to a more defensive role, and praised the player after he scored in today's win over Leices...

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  • Trump on sex assault allegations: 'I am a victim'
Trump on sex assault allegations: 'I am a victim'

Trump said to a crowd of about 4,000 to 5,000 people. "There's nobody around. Some are doing it for probably a little fame". It's a total set-up. During a press conference Friday, Zervos said Trump kissed on the lips multiple times without permission when the two met in NY to discuss employment opportunities with the Trump Organization.

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  • Iraqi PM on ISIS-held cities: 'We will go in soon'
Iraqi PM on ISIS-held cities: 'We will go in soon'

IS issued an online statement claiming the bombing and confirming the latter account of the attack, but a witness at the scene said the bomber had targeted a funeral tent, entering and blowing himself up as lunch was being served. military official. "This is, to the best of our knowledge, the first time that ISIS uses a drone as an explosive de...

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  • Evans found not guilty of rape
Evans found not guilty of rape

Evans, a former Wales and Manchester forward, broke down in tears after being found not guilty after having sex with the teen waitress at a Premier Inn in May 2011. The prosecution said she could not possibly have consented to sex as she was too intoxicated. Mr McDonald and Mr Evans were arrested in Cheshire on May 31.

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  • Thai shares jump as king's death removes uncertainty
Thai shares jump as king's death removes uncertainty

The Standard & Poor's 500 index added 2.45 points, or 0.1 percent, to 2,139.18. Bank of America fell 29 cents, or 1.8 percent, to $15.74 and Citigroup skidded 64 cents, or 1.3 percent, to $48.06. Dow member Goldman Sachs gained 1.9 percent after a British court dismissed the Libyan Investment Authority's suit that accused the U.S. bank of dupin...

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  • Rains, wind kick off stormy few days in the Northwest
Rains, wind kick off stormy few days in the Northwest

The Seattle Fire Department said the child suffered serious injuries and the father minor injuries. Both were transported to Harborview Medical Center. "And then it just stopped". Tree debris on roads could hinder travel. Some of the storms have even produced a rare tornado touchdown in Oregon . The National Weather Service issued tornado warn...

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  • Police warn clown pranksters
Police warn clown pranksters

Some schools already have a policy in place where clowns won't be an issue and some don't have dress up days or events. And Scotland Yard revealed that armed officers from the force's aviation unit had arrested a suspect wearing a clown mask and carrying a fake gun in Hillingdon, west London , on Tuesday, about five miles from Heathrow Airport.

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  • Zuma halts Madonsela's state capture report
Zuma halts Madonsela's state capture report

In 2014, she dealt a major blow to Zuma in a report that found he had "unduly benefited" from the refurbishment of his Nkandla rural home - valued in 2014 at 216 million rand (then $24 million). Public Protector Thuli Madonsela had been expected to release on Friday her report into allegations that Zuma let a wealthy business family have undue infl...

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  • Security Council approves Guterres as new United Nations chief
Security Council approves Guterres as new United Nations chief

Guterres well in discharging his duties as the Secretary-General of the United Nations for the next five years", Churkin said . Many, including prominent figures in global development, have met Guterres's election with disappointment, openly criticizing it as the expression of a boys' club with all intention of remaining as such; after al...

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  • Putin speaks highly of BRICS achievements
Putin speaks highly of BRICS achievements

Heads of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Thailand and Bhutan will be participating in the event. They are in one instance a large neighbour with historical antipathy, and in the other India's only resort to strategic arsenals and high technology pursuits.

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  • Malacañang invites United Nations to probe drug-related killings
Malacañang invites United Nations to probe drug-related killings

The joint patrols began in April under the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement signed by the Philippines and the U.S. two years ago. The Philippine government has formally invited the United Nations (UN) to probe the drug-related killings in the country but asked the world body to look into the deaths of law enforcers too.

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  • German Authorities Under Fire Over Terror Suspect's Jail Death
German Authorities Under Fire Over Terror Suspect's Jail Death

Justice Ministry spokesman Joerg Herold said Jaber al-Bakr killed himself sometime on Wednesday evening (Thursday AEDT), but the incident was still being investigated. It said there was no news of fresh charges being laid. Albakr was on a hunger strike and refused to drink, Gemkow said, adding that authorities tried to resuscitate him for about h...

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  • After Saudi row, Egypt reasserts commitment to Gulf allies
After Saudi row, Egypt reasserts commitment to Gulf allies

The remarks by Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, delivered in a televised speech to army officers and government ministers, came against the backdrop of an escalating spat over Syria between Egypt and Sunni powerhouse Saudi Arabia. But relations have cooled since King Salman sought closer ties with Turkey and Qatar, two countries whose relations with Egypt ar...

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  • Lashkar-e-Taiba suffered maximum damage in surgical strikes
Lashkar-e-Taiba suffered maximum damage in surgical strikes

Pakistan is a country of 200 million people. "India should not be concerned about military exercises between Russian Federation and Pakistan because the theme of the exercise is anti-terror fighting". "We have inserted a new element of uncertainty", a source said. But the fact of the matter is no surgical strike took place. Basit went on to say: ...

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  • Alabama judge suspended from office for refusing to sign marriage licenses
Alabama judge suspended from office for refusing to sign marriage licenses

Moore has been suspended with pay from the court since the ethics charges were filed against him in May, per state procedure. "I don't think he's done". "He clearly did not understand the difference between being a judge and being a preacher". Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange's office says he is reviewing the order and has no comment.

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  • US House Speaker Paul Ryan will no longer campaign for Donald Trump
US House Speaker Paul Ryan will no longer campaign for Donald Trump

Third District Rep. Kevin Yoder, of Overland Park, has taken heat for months from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee over his support for Trump, and that heat intensified Friday after the video was released. After Trump's late-night Facebook video statement apologizing for the 2005 comments, Pence said he was "grateful" that th...

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  • 2 children pulled from San Francisco Bay recovering
2 children pulled from San Francisco Bay recovering

A good Samaritan and rescue crews initiated CPR on the child before rushing the youngster to a local hospital. A total of eight people, ranging from five adults to three children, were transported to local hospitals with varying degrees of injury, but everyone is expected to survive, according to public safety officials.

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