• Ahmad Khan Rahami: What's known about the US bombings suspect

    Ahmad Khan Rahami: What's known about the US bombings suspect

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    The FBI is looking to identify and speak with two men who left a pressure-cooker bomb on a New York City sidewalk after they removed the device from a suitcase and stole the luggage. The device was allegedly planted by Ahmad Rahami, an Afghan-born, New Jersey resident who is facing charges in connection to twin blasts . Mr Rahami was subsequently arrested after a shootout with police.
  • Pakistan makes nuclear promise over Indian aggression

    Pakistan makes nuclear promise over Indian aggression

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    Aziz, the adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on foreign affairs, said India can not unilaterally revoke the treaty under worldwide law. He made the remarks a day after a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi chose to suspend water talks and to maximise India's share of river waters by increasing the use of rivers flowing through Jammu and Kashmir .
  • Colombia, Marxist FARC rebels sign peace deal

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    Under terms of the deal, rebels who give up their weapons and admit their acts of wrongdoing will not go to jail but be given the chance to undertake development projects in parts of the country torn apart by the conflict. The Vatican's secretary of state celebrated Colombians' adherence to the Christian values of dialogue and forgiveness for reaching a deal to end decades of bloody combat.
  • Syrian army announces major offensive in Aleppo

    Syrian army announces major offensive in Aleppo

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    Instead, the two-hour discussion served as a warm-up act for a Thursday meeting blocks away in NY that will include Kerry, Lavrov and their counterparts from more than a dozen European and Arab countries. A spokesman for the U.S. State Department dismissed Assad's claims as "ridiculous", adding that they underline that Assad has lost his legitimacy to govern.
  • The UK to Brexit by March 2017, Theresa May revealed

    The UK to Brexit by March 2017, Theresa May revealed

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    May explained that there can be no sudden and unilateral withdrawal from the European Union and so the United Kingdom is required to leave in a way agreed in law by Britain and other Member States - this is Article 50 . May said post-Brexit Britain would be a country that passes its own laws, and governs itself. As of 0658 BST cable was lower by 0.31% to 1.2936. I wrote here before the referendum in June that transferring European Union law into British law would be a excruciating process.
  • Iran finalizes deal on oil export to Hungary

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    Nonetheless, since sanctions were terminated last January, East European states have also submitted proposals to purchase oil from Iran. The report doesn't add which oil company has bought the Iranian crude or whether the Hungarian government is acting as facilitator.
  • Libia, ucciso un fotoreporter olandese

    Libia, ucciso un fotoreporter olandese

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    Oerlemans è stato colpito a Sirte ed è poi stato trasferito all'ospedale di Misurata: è stato proprio il personale medico a confermare la sua identità e il suo decesso. Dapprima era circolato il nome di un italiano, ma le cautele della Farnesina e la smentita dello stesso Alessio Romenzi, a Roma con la famiglia, hanno fugato il dubbio.
  • Trump Made A Cameo In A Playboy-Produced Softcore Porn

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    As BuzzFeed noted, Trump's role is "relatively benign and centers around him breaking a bottle of champagne on a Playboy-branded limo". BuzzFeed reports that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump appeared in what is being described as a "softcore porn" video produced by Playboy in the year 2000.
  • Will Trump Play infidelity card at debate? Clinton camp girds

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    While 50 percent of likely voters still have an unfavorable opinion of Clinton, she is more favored than Trump (45 percent to 36 percent). Trump and Clinton had each dropped a percentage point Wednesday, ceding a point to Green Party candidate Jill Stein and another to the number of undecided voters.