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They considered Patterson after he was charged in 1976 with raping two adult women in nearby Chico, Vacek said, but found no link until the DNA match decades later. Harbour was set for his next court appearance on October 19, when Vacek said prosecutors hope to have both men back in Yuba County. They were informed in a meeting Tuesday and requested privacy, officials said.
  • OPEC members may hold extraordinary meeting on consensus at Algiers

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    US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose by 97 cents, or 2.2%, to $44. The October contract expired Tuesday after advancing 14 USA cents to close at US$43.44. Zero Hedge noted that barrel prices are expected to remain "rangebound" until the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' unofficial meeting in Algiers next week, which many are hoping will end with some sort of agreement to curb OPEC's crude oil production.
  • Man attacked at mall describes encounter with assailant

    Man attacked at mall describes encounter with assailant

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    The knife hit Schliep's skull and just missed his brain. The president on Monday echoed Federal Bureau of Investigation officials, who have said they're investigating Saturday's stabbing of nine people at a St. Last year, some Somali-American students walked out in protest, saying they were being harassed and called members of Islamic State. He was said to be an honor student in high school.
  • Theresa May dismisses threat of Brexit deal veto

    Theresa May dismisses threat of Brexit deal veto

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    Theresa May, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, held private talks with major U.S. financial institutions, including banks on September 19 to understand the issues that the latter wants to be solved. Prime Minister Theresa May is reportedly meeting with major USA multinationals and Wall Street firms, such as Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, to address anxieties.
  • Pakistani troops violate ceasefire along the Line of Control in Uri

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    The Army man gave challange to the Pakistani terrorists about what will the consequencs they will have to suffer if they did not stop what they are doing right now. The soldier, said army sources, was identified as havaldar Madan Lal. He said the firing from across the Line of Control took place between 1.10 pm and 1.30 pm.
  • Russia denies carrying out strike on aid convoy

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    Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for Russia's Defence Ministry, said in a statement: "We have studied video footage from the scene from so-called "activists" in detail and did not find any evidence that the convoy had been struck by ordnance".
  • The First Presidential Debate Is Just a Week Away

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    Jill Stein of the Green Party, offers relief from educational funding debt as a key plank of her platform. With voters holding such a negative view of the nominees presented by Republicans and Democrats, the debate commission should not lock them into a binary choice.
  • SIU probing double shooting in Toronto involving Halton Regional Police

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    The shooting took place near Bedford Road and Prince Arthur Avenue Tuesday afternoon around 3:30 p.m. Toronto lawyer Clayton Ruby told Global News he believed J. The two men were taken to hospital with serious injuries, an official with Toronto Paramedics Services said. An unnamed source told CTV Toronto that a suspect was shot by Halton police officers after he shot Barrs.
  • Donald Trump Talks Debate Attacks on Hillary Clinton With Bill O'Reilly

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    The poll was conducted online September 12-18 among 14,326 adults who said they are registered to vote, including 13,320 likely voters. By voting for Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson or Green Party candidate Jill Stein, they want to send a message that voters won't simply pick the least offensive candidate capable of winning office.
  • President Obama Will Veto Bill Allowing 9/11 Lawsuits Against Saudi Arabia

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    President Barack Obama speaks to members of the news media while meeting with Congressional leadership to discuss a Congressional agenda and his recent trip to Asia in the Oval Office of the White House on Monday. The sponsors of the bipartisan bill in the Senate , Sens. He said that the text has yet to reach the president's desk. In April, White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters that it was "difficult to imagine a scenario where the president would sign it".
  • Philippine President accused of Murder

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    Matobato said that for more than 20 years, Duterte ordered the deaths of almost 1,000 criminal and political rivals, even claiming that Duterte "finished off" a justice department agent with an Uzi submachine gun. On this claim, Mr Duterte's spokesman, Martin Andanar, said "I don't think he is capable of giving those orders". Duterte initially seemed to urge the killers on, but has more recently tried to distance himself from extra-judicial killings and summary executions.