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Nebraska wide receiver Alonzo Moore (82) runs for a touchdown in front of Wyoming cornerback Rico Gafford (5) during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Lincoln, Neb ., Saturday, Sept. The Huskers drove 97 yards in only seven plays for their first touchdown, a 7-yard option keeper by Armstrong. In the second half, Allen completed just 6-of-16 passes for 55 yards with five interceptions.
  • Pokemon GO: Buddy System Is

    Pokemon GO: Buddy System Is "Just Around the Corner"

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    According to reports , the starter " Pokemon " in developer Game Freaks' " Pokemon Silver and Gold", Chikorita, Cyndaquil, and Totodile, are now being expected to come in Niantic Labs' " Pokemon Go ". Allowing players to exchange both items and Pokemon while playing can give them even more reasons to interact with each other, thus allowing the app to turn into a full-fledged socializing tool.
  • Syria opposition cautiously welcomes US-Russia truce plan

    Syria opposition cautiously welcomes US-Russia truce plan

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    The deal, made after weeks of shuttle diplomacy, was announced at a joint news conference in Geneva by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Charles Lister of the Middle East Institute said mainstream rebels view the US-Russia talks with extreme distrust and seem reluctant to disassociate themselves from the powerful jihadists in case the ceasefire fails.
  • Syrian gov't agrees on US-Russia deal to conclude ceasefire

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    US State Department (GENEVA) - The United States and Russian Federation have agreed on the terms of another cease-fire in Syria and have called on warring parties across the nation to stop fighting at sundown on September 12, the same day the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday begins, Secretary of State John Kerry announced from Switzerland Friday night.
  • UNSC threatens fresh sanctions against North Korea over Nuclear test

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    Power said the Council will take additional significant steps, including new sanctions, to demonstrate to North Korea that there are "consequences to its unlawful and risky actions". "Eliminate Kim Jong Un!" and "Destroy North Korea's nuclear weapons!" the elderly activists shouted. South Korea's Park said late on Friday that Kim was "mentally out of control ", blind to all warnings from the world and neighbours as he sought to maintain power.
  • Congress Passes 9/11 Lawsuit Bill - Obama Signals Veto

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    The legislation, which was approved by the Senate earlier this year, passed shortly before the 15th anniversary of the attacks and will go to President Barack Obama for consideration. There was no immediate comment from Saudi Arabia. The vote comes just two months after 28 classified pages of 9/11 documents were unsealed, as reported by The Atlantic .
  • Obama urges Duterte to take 'right way'

    Obama urges Duterte to take 'right way'

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    As an example of progress on his trip, Obama pointed to discussions with Southeast Asian leaders about disputes over China's territorial ambitions in the South China Sea. Duterte is known to be sharply at odds with Obama over whether the USA has the right to meddle in the Philippines' crime-fighting strategy. Duterte's tactics in fighting drug crime have come under fire, as over 2,000 Filipinos have been killed in the effort so far, according to police figures.