• Clinton makes it clear she knows many world leaders

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    Organizing early voting was a key piece of President Barack Obama's strategy four years ago. But, according to an aide, the campaign is prioritizing in-person voting from now until Election Day because it cuts out numerous steps that voting by mail requires.
  • Kerry says diplomacy at impasse as Syrian truce collapses

    Kerry says diplomacy at impasse as Syrian truce collapses

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    A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people when he blew himself up on Thursday at the opening of a local police station in a rebel-held town in southern Syria, rebels and residents said. UN trucks loaded with food, medical and other supplies for 35,000 people arrived in the rebel-held besieged Damascus suburb of Mouadamiya, UN spokesman Jens Laerke said.
  • 2 found fatally shot in head in NYC apartment

    2 found fatally shot in head in NYC apartment

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    According to police, Antonio Robinson was taken into custody after the FDNY responded to reports of a gas leak at 1763 Fulton Avenue shortly before 7:30 p.m. Neighbors said the husband would drink and get into arguments with his stepson. "She would argue with him too". "He would argue with the kid a lot", he said.
  • Townville Elementary shooting victim Jacob Hall has died

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    A 14-year-old being held in connection with the shooting at Townville Elementary and the shooting death of his father appeared before a judge Friday morning. Jamie Brock, an unarmed volunteer firefighter, pinned down the shooter until police arrived, Billy McAdams, chief of the Townville Volunteer Fire Department told a news conference.
  • Haiti braces for powerful hurricane

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    The storm was slowly advancing at 7kmh, located about 475km southeast of Kingston on Sunday afternoon. However, is still a powerful category 4 hurricane moving through the Atlantic. "We're urging them to do so in order to save lives". The forecaster said that the storm was expected to remain powerful and perilous until Tuesday .
  • Hurricane Matthew Turns Northwest In Caribbean

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    Families settle into their seats aboard an aircraft for evacuation from Guantanamo Bay ahead of Hurricane Matthew, Oct. 2, 2016. "Wherever that centre passes close to would see the worst winds and that's what's projected to happen for the western tip of Haiti", said John Cangilosi, a hurricane specialist at the USA centre.
  • Trump imitates Clinton's health scare

    Trump imitates Clinton's health scare

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    Clinton's confidence in detailing one policy plan after another likely contributed to viewer perceptions that she had a good command of the issues and was more " presidential ", Gallup said. No one can kid themselves any more. Trump's ability to woo independent voters, and to hold on to Republicans whose views on foreign affairs, trade and immigration differ from his, could be critical on Election Day.
  • Hurricane Matthew threatens Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti

    Hurricane Matthew threatens Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti

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    More than 200,000 people were killed when a 7.0-magnitude natural disaster struck the country in January 2010, wrecking thousands of homes, schools and hospitals. Simultaneously. the storm is forecast to lash southern Haiti, dumping up to 40 inches (101 cm) of rain there and up to 25 inches (64 cm) in Jamaica, possibly triggering life-threatening landslides and floods, the U.S.
  • Referendum Republika Srpska, un successo secondo Milorad Dodik

    Referendum Republika Srpska, un successo secondo Milorad Dodik

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    Per queste ragioni, il referendum era stato dichiarato incostituzionale dalla Corte costituzionale della Bosnia e diverse autorità internazionali (tra cui Ue, Usa e Turchia) vi si erano decisamente opposte, considerandolo come una violazione degli accordi di Dayton (i patti che hanno permesso la fine delle guerre iugoslave nel 1995); la vicina Serbia ha adottato, invece, una posizione neutrale, mentre la Russia, unica eccezione, ha sostenuto la chiamata alle urne, un tentativo, questo, ...