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In September, the State Department said it is "deeply concerned by reports of US citizens being unjustly detained by the Houthi-controlled National Security Bureau in Yemen ". we were not intending to be brought into the war in any fashion". But the USA strikes earlier this week did not take out Houthi missiles, and though the radar destruction makes it harder to aim the weapons, officials say the fighters could still use spotter boats or online ship-tracking websites to find new targets.
  • ''Global economic recovery fragile'' warns China's Xi at Brics summit

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    With Russia, Brazil and South Africa on the economic skids and China slowing, the initial euphoria has faded, yet Mr. Kamath said the BRICS had much to gain by deepening their cooperation. India said its troops later hit militants across the border in Pakistan, sparking fury from Islamabad which denied that strikes had taken place. "China and Pakistan are all-weather friends", Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told the media.
  • ISIS leader killed in Turkey, report says

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    Mehmet Kadir Cabel, the regional leader for ISIS in Gaziantep, Turkey, was killed Sunday when police raided his cell house, state-run Anadolu Agency reported, citing police and the regional governor. Turkey launched an incursion into Syria in August in support of Syrian rebels to try to push Islamic State from its border. In August, 54 people were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up during an outdoor wedding celebration in Gaziantep.
  • 4 dead in plane crash near Kelowna

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    All four people aboard died. "Words can not begin to express our profound shock and heartbreak", the statement said . Dr. Ken Gellatly, an optometrist and the father-in-law of Prentice's daughter Cassia, also died in the crash. "I learned teamwork, I learned respect for other people". Conservative Member of Parliament Lisa Raitt. “Just on the heels of Manmeet Bhullar being killed and now Jim.
  • UNESCO Denies Connection between Judaism and Al-Aqsa Mosque

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    In a letter from Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett following the vote, Israel announced it will freeze all professional activities with UNESCO. Palestinian views on these issues haven't changed all that much since the days of the notorious Haj Amin al-Husseini, and with its recently adopted resolution, UNESCO has rewarded nearly a century of Palestinian intransigence and deadly incitement.
  • In Philippines Daughter of former dictator Marcos urges forgiveness

    In Philippines Daughter of former dictator Marcos urges forgiveness

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    Konsyensya Dabaw also supports the burial of Marcos' remains in the Libingan ng mga Marcos sa Batac (LNMBatac), Ilocos Norte instead of the Libingan ng mga Bayani . "We can never have a good reading but what I must say now is that we have alienated the entire, nearly entire Ilocano peoples". We can not just do that because we are all Filipino and I hope that the Supreme Court will decide not on the (basis of) emotion but of course, we know that it will be all legal at the end of the day.
  • Supreme Court Won't Hear Washington Redskins Trademark Appeal

    Supreme Court Won't Hear Washington Redskins Trademark Appeal

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    The court also will diverge from its usual practice of hearing cases on its first day because of the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah. The justices rejected the appeal with no comment. The administration's immigration enforcement efforts, focusing on criminals, recent border-crossers and on people who pose a national security threat, will move forward, unaffected by the Supreme Court's action, Earnest said.
  • Antares rocket launch from Wallops Island postponed

    Antares rocket launch from Wallops Island postponed

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    EDT.", NASA said in a statement . If conditions aren't ideal, the launch will be delayed. When it is launched, the rocket should be visible in CT about 2.5 minutes after launch at about 5 degrees above the horizon, (about the width of three fingers held at arm's length), as it heads southeast over the Atlantic.
  • US, S. Korea: DPRK missile test failed

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    After its fifth and most powerful nuclear test on September 9, the North claimed that it had successfully developed the technology to mount a nuclear warhead on a ballistic missile. The U.S. would be reminded of that cost before President Barack Obama leaves the White House, the state-run Korean Central News Agency said. The JCS here for some reason waited 19 hours before announcing the botched missile launch, causing concerns that it missed it entirely.
  • Podesta Wished San Bernardino Shooter Was Named Chris Hayes

    Podesta Wished San Bernardino Shooter Was Named Chris Hayes

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    In one of the hacked emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta released by Wikileaks, a Clinton staffer shared a tweet from MSNBC's Christopher Hayes announcing that a USA citizen named "Sayeed Farouk" (as many outlets initially his name) was believed to be involved in the shooting.