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Arthur Daly worked at ITT Technical Institute's Youngstown branch for eight years. There are still more questions than answers for many ITT Technical Institute students affected by the school's closing. Department of Education which last month said the school could no longer accept students who use Federal Financial Assistance to pay for college. This closure reportedly affects over 35,000 current students.
  • Syria denies using poisonous gas in Aleppo

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    This was the second suspected chlorine attack in a month in rebel-held Aleppo , and though chlorine attacks kill fewer people than the relentless conventional bombings that claim dozens of lives on a daily basis, they deepen the fears of people trapped by the war.
  • Philippine leader riles at Western colonial powers at summit

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    China has vowed to form a closer community of shared future with Southeast Asian nations while commemorating the 25th anniversary of their dialogue relationship. Obama and Duterte entered the dinner venue separately after the other Asean State Leaders, and they were seated far apart and did not interact with each other during the dinner that lasted an hour and 20 minutes.
  • Donald Trump Bashes US Media on State-Owned Russian Network

    Donald Trump Bashes US Media on State-Owned Russian Network

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    House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of violating the sovereignty of Russia's neighbors Thursday - a marked departure from Donald Trump's praise of the Russian leader. Trump continued his recent praise of Putin, repeatedly referring to a potential improvement in relations with Russian Federation if he were to become President.
  • Commander-In-Chief Forum Filled With Fumbles

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    Speaking to reporters the day after a NY security forum featuring separate appearances by the two candidates, Clinton also criticized the businessman for saying US generals had been "reduced to rubble" by Obama's policies. Clinton said Wednesday at the forum, held in NY and televised on NBC, that defeating ISIS was her "highest counterterrorism goal", and that she wanted to do it with "air power" and "with much more support for the Arabs and Kurds who are in the fight ...
  • Three women planning 'imminent' attacks arrested in France: minister

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    French police detained three women after a violent standoff Thursday in a terrorism investigation into six gas canisters found in a vehicle abandoned near Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral. Although no detonator was found in the vehicle it contained several full gas canisters and diesel fuel along with writing in Arabic. The owner of the auto was the father of one of the suspects, France Info radio reported .
  • So it's now state of nat'l emergency in effect

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    Duterte-Carpio said the money, which came from the funds of the city government, would be given in exchange for any information leading to the arrest of those behind the blast. The Constitution mandates the president to report to Congress only if he intends to declare martial law and suspend the writ of habeas corpus in the process, according to Secretary Salvador Panelo, Duterte's chief legal counsel.
  • Presidents Duterte, Obama shake hands, chat

    Presidents Duterte, Obama shake hands, chat

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    When he's overseas, Obama has relayed fears from foreign leaders, who he says question him often about the state of the USA presidential contest. During a press conference , President Duterte said that he welcomed the trilateral cooperation between Indonesia, Philippine and Malaysia in a bid to ensure the sea security.
  • PKK terrorists martyr 5 soldiers in SE Turkey

    PKK terrorists martyr 5 soldiers in SE Turkey

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    The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union and Turkey. Turkey says eight soldiers were killed and eight wounded in clashes with Kurdish militants in the country's east. Violence between the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, and Turkish security forces resumed last year after the collapse of a two-year peace process.
  • United States warship 'harassed' by Iranian speedboats near Strait of Hormuz

    United States warship 'harassed' by Iranian speedboats near Strait of Hormuz

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    A US Navy ship has fired warning shots after an Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps boat manoeuvred around two US patrol ships, the USS Squall and USS Tempest . The Iranians allegedly came as close as 300 yards (274 meters) of the Nitze during the encounter. The U.S. Navy described the incident as "unsafe and unprofessional" and said it occurred in worldwide waters in the narrow Strait of Hormuz .
  • Syrian army secures road to Aleppo

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    Pro-government forces have recently stepped up attacks on rebel-held Aleppo, after regaining control this week of a major artery in the city's south, which rebel forces had taken last month. In the summer of 2012, thousands of armed militants stormed residential districts of Aleppo from its countryside. Another target is to ensure the security of government-controlled areas and to prevent the militant groups from blocking the main road connecting Aleppo with the Syrian coast and provinces in ...
  • New resolution in Senate to ban U.S. arms sale to Saudi

    New resolution in Senate to ban U.S. arms sale to Saudi

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    The measure was introduced by Republican Senators Rand Paul and Mike Lee and Democrats Chris Murphy and Al Franken, the latest indication of strong disapproval of the deal among some USA lawmakers. Murphy said: "Saudi Arabia is an important partner, but their war in Yemen, funded by the United States, has become a disaster that is making our country less safe every day.