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The former spokesperson for the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Azam Tariq, has been reportedly killed in Afghanistan's Paktika province in air strikes carried out by Afghan and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces. Raeas Khan, also known as Azam Khan Tariq, had a 20 million rupee ($190,740) bounty on his head and was the fourth-highest ranking commander in the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
  • Kate Middleton & Prince William's Canada Visit Leads to $100000 Donation!

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    William and Kate return to Government House to reunite with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, before boarding a float plane to Vancouver and their return home to the United Kingdom. The Duke and Duchess will later visit a local café where they will meet with families that have been supported by the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre, one of British Columbia's leading mental health charities, Mail Online reports.
  • 9/11 widow sues Saudi Arabia under controversial new legislation

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    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said the law could have "unintended ramifications" and needed "further discussion". It's all well and good that they're having second thoughts, but that should have happened a lot earlier. In a landmark 97-1 vote backing the override, only outgoing Obama ally, Nevada Democrat Harry Reid, voted against it, teeing up a similar vote in the House.
  • USA Today breaks editorial tradition, calls Trump 'unfit' to be president

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    As it's customary for USA Today editorials to offer an opposing view, the tirade against Trump appears alongside a counterpoint from his running mate , Gov. Think about this: USA Today expends a great deal of energy and some glorious prose articulating just how risky would be a Trump presidency. And once again, that's never happened before.
  • Pakistan reacts quietly to Indian move on Indus Waters Treaty

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    The Pakistani delegation, in its meetings with World Bank officials, insisted on early appointment of the judges and setting up the court. A source with knowledge of a meeting attended by Modi told Reuters that India does not plan to actually violate the treaty, though Pakistani sources are calling the Indian maneuvers "illegal".
  • Barack Obama Vetoes Bill Allowing 9/11 Victims To Sue Saudi Arabia

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    The measure, " Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act " (JASTA) would have removed sovereign immunity in US courts from foreign governments that have not been designated as state sponsors of terrorism. This rare action has not yet been performed during Obama's two terms, so the use of an override would no doubt be a hard decision to arrive at for many Democrats.
  • Wells Fargo chief Stumpf quits Fed panel as pressure rises

    Wells Fargo chief Stumpf quits Fed panel as pressure rises

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    Wells Fargo's embattled CEO is resigning his position on the Federal Reserve's advisory council amid a scandal over millions of accounts allegedly opened by the bank without customers' permission. Rafferty Capital Markets downgraded shares of Wells Fargo & Co. from a "hold" rating to a "sell" rating and set a $44.00 price objective on the stock.in a report on Friday, September 9th.
  • S.C. teen shooting suspect to be tried as a minor

    S.C. teen shooting suspect to be tried as a minor

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    District administrators are working to reassure parents that Townville Elementary School is safe for their children. A teenager killed his father at his home Wednesday befor. The boy did not show any emotion as he walked into the courtroom wearing a yellow jumpsuit. The judge determined that the teen will remain in a juvenile holding facility in Greenville for the duration of the process.
  • USA Today Breaks With Tradition to Oppose Trump

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    A growing number of conservative newspaper editorial boards are breaking long-standing traditions and endorsing Democrat Hillary Clinton , Libertarian Gary Johnson, or no one at all. A 2011 study showed the most effective newspaper endorsements are the unexpected. A recent study by economists Agustin Casas (CUNEF, Madrid), Yarine Fawaz (CEMFI, Madrid) and Andre Trindade (FGV, Rio de Janeiro) found that "surprising" endorsements can influence modern presidential elections.
  • Year-old wounded in SC school shooting dies

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    The bullet hit Hall's femoral artery, causing massive blood loss. Jacob Hall, a 6-year-old student shot Wednesday at a SC elementary school, died Saturday. The investigators said Jesse Osborne was homeschooled after being kicked out for carrying a gun during classes, as per report from Independent . "Jacob was forgiving.
  • Father: Son's killing is a 'turning point' to change police

    Father: Son's killing is a 'turning point' to change police

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    For two hours protesters reportedly chanted "touch one, touch all", "hand's up, don't shoot" and "no justice, no peace" around the site where 38-year-old was killed. Police said they responded to a report of a mentally unstable man walking in traffic. Davis said the department broke with its policy in order to stop what he called the "misinformation that was beginning to spread".