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Charlie Baker's office on a probe first reported by the Herald last month. Officials are moving to terminate Jared Valanzola, officials said. Lewis told investigators her transfer from the Mass. The investigation did find "conflicting accounts" and "no conclusive evidence that the transfer was politically motivated", but discovered evidence of "inappropriate and unprofessional conduct", the statement said.
  • Uragano Matthew, appello Oxfam:

    Uragano Matthew, appello Oxfam: "Serve garantire acqua potabile"

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    Lo riferisce Oxfam in una nota, precisando che le persone costrette ad abbandonare le loro case ad Haiti sono oltre 10'000, mentre sono 22'000 nella Repubblica dominicana . - continua Gabriele Regio, responsabile degli interventi di Oxfam Italia tra Haiti e Repubblica Dominicana -". " L'uragano Matthew è una tempesta molto seria" che potrebbe avere "un impatto significativo in Florida " e potrebbe essere devastante.
  • Guterres verso nomina segretario Onu

    Guterres verso nomina segretario Onu

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    Nelle consultazioni informali Guterres, che è stato primo ministro in Portogallo, ha ricevuto 13 voti positivi (di cui quattro tra i membri permanenti del Consiglio di Sicurezza), e due "nessuna opinione". "Abbiamo un favorito che è emerso chiaramente per il ruolo", ha annunciato l'ambasciatore russo al Palazzo di Vetro, Vitaly Churkin, presidente di turno dei Quindici.
  • Detroit News endorses Libertarian Gary Johnson for president in historical move

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    How can you give your support to a candidate who, just yesterday, was incapable of naming a single world leader? We asked some of Johnson's fiercest defenders - people who reached out to Rolling Stone in August, upset over a piece on why voters of nearly any political persuasion could find a good reason not to support Johnson - how they were feeling about their candidate today.
  • U.S. threatens to end cooperation unless Russian Federation stops Aleppo assault

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    The military warns residents to keep away from posts held by "terrorists" in eastern districts, which rebels have held since 2012 and are home to an estimated 250,000 residents living under government siege. Many of these groups have formed a strategic alliance with the more powerful Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and fight alongside it. On September 22, 2016, the Syrian army announces a major offensive aimed at retaking rebel zones in east Aleppo.
  • Russia says no intention to compete with US in Syria talks

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    This is not a decision that was taken lightly. He recalled that before the deployment of S-300, Russian Federation had delivered Fort air defense missile systems to Syria. "Or, perhaps, it never had an intention to do so". The U.S. had agreed to separate the rebel groups but noted it was an extremely slow process. Lars Bromley of UNOSAT says the commercial images from Digital Globe, obtained by the United Nations agency through an arrangement with the U.S.
  • Hurricane Matthew Continues Destructive Path Toward US, 11 Killed in Caribbean

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    Hurricane Matthew churned toward the Bahamas early Wednesday with a spreading mix of high winds, heavy rains and a unsafe storm surge, leaving widespread damage and human suffering behind in Haiti's poor, rural southwestern peninsula. Gov. Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency in 13 coastal counties. She ordered the activation of 1,800 National Guard personnel to help deal with the storm.
  • Sex Trafficking Ring That Held Thai Women As 'Modern Slaves' Dismantled

    Sex Trafficking Ring That Held Thai Women As 'Modern Slaves' Dismantled

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    The women were brought to the US with fraudulent visas and forced to work as prostitutes to pay off thousands of dollars in bondage debts. The women - including one who was forced to have sex with strangers for 12 hours a day, six or seven days a week- were not allowed to move about freely and were "effectively modern day sex slaves", according to a redacted indictment unsealed Tuesday.
  • Police fatally shoot man armed with machete on CU Boulder campus

    Police fatally shoot man armed with machete on CU Boulder campus

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    The suspect was shot and killed by police in a stairwell, per a report from The Daily Camera . Officers found a man with a machete inside the Champions Center building at the north end of Folsom Field a little after 9 a.m. The Champions Center is the home of CU's athletics administration, football program, Olympic sports, the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center and more, according to the university's website.
  • Donald Trump is mad that Mike Pence is a better debater

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    Pence said that if elected to the White House, Trump "ought to deploy a missile defense shield" in Central and Eastern Europe. He said he doesn't think the debate changed the course of the race. But when it came to defending Donald Trump, Pence dodged, sidestepped or was silent about some of his running mate's most provocative words. Pence downplayed the top half of his ticket enough that the post-debate analysis said this was an effective audition for 2020, which would likely be extra salt ...