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He said: "She is the one that started it, and she was unable or incapable of finishing it". More on Monday. The first presidential debate is a week from Monday. While 45 percent of Trump's supporters said they were more likely to back him because of Kasich's lack of support, 31 percent of all likely voters said it made them less likely to back Trump, while nearly a third said it made no difference.
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    Earlier, Syria and Russian Federation had accused the US-led coalition of striking a Syrian Army base and blamed the raid for an Isis advance in the area. The allegations come as Moscow and Washington are already at loggerheads over a five-day-old Syrian cease-fire, with each accusing the other of failing to fully implement it.
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    On Sept. 10, the United States and Russian Federation brokered a truce across Syria that went into force on Monday. UN Security Council members were to meet at 2130 GMT for closed-door consultations, diplomats said, after Russia's envoy to the UN said Moscow wanted a UN resolution to endorse the deal.
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    University of Arkansas Student Found Dead

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    The strike vote was set after another bargaining session between the union and city Wednesday failed to net a labor contract. "I would consider they'e not serious about negotiating with us", Eichhorn said. And because teachers are the ones retiring the pensions, Emanuel said they should contribute. "Like you did not sign, so you are against us". The teachers last struck four years ago.
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    The US military said the coalition thought it was hitting ISIS militants, but hours later said the airstrike may have struck Syrian soldiers. Islamic State said in a statement on its Amaq news channel that it had gained "complete control" over Jebel Tharda but both Syrian state television and Russian state media said the positions lost to the militant group were later recaptured.
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    Sep. 10: Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte emphasised on Saturday that Philippines will pursue an independent foreign policy "without any interference" from any country. "They met at the holding room and they were the last people to leave the holding room". Duterte declared in an interview that he would curse Obama if he dared to bring up the matters in their private encounter.