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Photos of officers, Richard Cintolo (left) and Matthew Morris courtesy Boston Police via Twitter . Evans said Morris is aware a fellow officer possibly saved his life. Figueroa was not licensed to have a gun in MA, police said. Both are considered to be in critical but stable condition Thursday. Their names have not been released.
  • US suspends deportations of Haitians after Hurricane Matthew

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    Cholera was inadvertently brought to the country in the wake of the disastrous 2010 quake by Nepalese United Nations peacekeepers, an act for which the world body only recently acknowledged responsibility. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said. A visibly exasperated Mirve Luma, whose father and a cousin were being treated for cholera , grabbed a mop and bucket of soapy water from an idle hospital attendant and began to clean the floor of the packed ward.
  • 'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Nicole pummels Bermuda

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    Forecasters say an "extremely dangerous" Hurricane Nicole has strengthened into a Category 4 storm headed for Bermuda. By Thursday, most businesses had shuttered for the storm. Some 120 guests were ushered for safety into a ballroom at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, one of the island's largest hotels. Bermuda has certainly seen its share of hurricanes, and some of them have been devastating.
  • Iranian warships head to Bab el-Mandeb Strait

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    Iran has sent two warships to the Gulf of Aden and the Bab el-Mandeb Strait to "maintain maritime security", local Iranian media reported Thursday evening. The commander said the fleet had departed from the southern port city of Bandar Abbas in Iran. The Pentagon announced late on Wednesday that it struck and destroyed three radar sites controlled by the Houthi movement in Yemen.
  • King of Thailand, King Rama IX passed away

    King of Thailand, King Rama IX passed away

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    King Bhumibol, who was born in Cambridge in the U.S. state of MA, acceded to the throne on 9 June 1946 after his brother, King Ananda Mahidol, died. Thais wearing pink and yellow in honour of King Bhumibol Adulyadej , the the world's longest-reigning monarch, have been gathered outside Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok since Sunday.
  • Kaine gnaws on Pence and won't let go

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    Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. Pence's remark was the latest in a series of Trump statements or policy proposals that have not endeared the presidential candidate to Latinos. "The very fact that he is in Pennsylvania today in the Susquehanna Valley shows how important we are to this presidential election", she said. "You guys love Russia", Mr Kaine said in Tuesday's debate.
  • Fancy dress shop say their costume was used in 'killer clown' prank

    Fancy dress shop say their costume was used in 'killer clown' prank

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    The Clown Doctors, who include Dr Rumtumtumich, Dr Lulu McDoo and Dr Poppy Sneezitoff, were due to celebrate 10 years of visiting sick children by putting on a special event at the Great North Children's Hospital in Newcastle. A Met police spokesman told the Evening Standard they would "investigate any allegation of offensive behaviour, offensive weapons or public order offences" this Halloween, as per usual.
  • Thai king, world's longest-reigning monarch, dies at 88

    Thai king, world's longest-reigning monarch, dies at 88

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    The palace said the king passed away peacefully on Thursday at Bangkok's Siriraj Hospital. His subjects have had many years to get used to the prospect of no longer having Bhumibol - their king has not been seen by the public for months and has suffered years of ill health.
  • Iraqis in London call for Turkey to intervene in Mosul

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    Erdogan on Tuesday also said Turkish troops would not withdraw from a base in northern Iraq near Mosul, where they are training anti-IS fighters Iraqi, saying the Turkish army would not take orders from Baghdad. "It seems that Turkey is not serious about solving the problem with Iraq ", Hadithi said. "We are here to demonstrate our support for Turkey's stance and will to intervene in the crisis of Mosul", said Rabee al-Hafidh from the Protect Mosul movement, which organized Sunday's ...
  • Iran deploying warships after US missiles strike radar sites in Yemen

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    Iran says it will deploy two warships into the Bab el-Mandeb strait and the Gulf of Aden, making the announcement just hours after a USA missile strike on Yemen. Iran has deployed a fleet of warships to the Gulf of Aden, the republic's naval commander has confirmed. The US cruise missile strikes on Thursday were Washington's first direct action against the Huthi rebels, although it has provided logistical support to the Saudi-led coalition battling the insurgents.
  • Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize win stirs social media reaction

    Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize win stirs social media reaction

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    With the award, Dylan would become wealthier by $900,000, but the real award would be the wider outreach of his work through the sheer scale of the award and its importance. Dylan has collected the world's top accolades, including 11 Grammys, an Oscar for a film song, a Pulitzer Prize for "lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic force", and the 2012 Presidential Medal of Freedom, which is the highest civilian award in the US.