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Okoro, whose house was raided by the DSS on October 8, alleged that Amaechi had approached him to compromise the governorship election appeals from Akwa Ibom, Abia and River states, but that he declined to fall in line. But in a swift response, Amaechi described the claims of Justice Okoro in the petition as concocted lies. This is a cheap attempt, albeit, political move to drag the name of Amaechi into something he knows nothing about.
  • Donald Trump Invites Obama's Kenyan-Born Half Brother To Final Debate

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    Campaigning Tuesday in Colorado, a slightly subdued Trump indicated his scorched-earth tactics would continue. He went a step further on Tuesday, calling for term limits for the US Senate and House of Representatives. Addressing Trump's allegations of "large scale voter fraud", Obama said "there's no evidence that that has happened in the past, or that there are instances in which that will happen this time".
  • Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland may seek separate European Union trade deal

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    Business minister Keith Brown has said that he has seen a more neutral stance from businesses who were opposed to independence in the past but are supportive of Scotland's desire to stay in the single market. "I don't think we can actually predict when the next referendum is going to be", Malcolm MacLean, a party member from Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands, told AFP in Glasgow.
  • Woman dies after attack by 'up to 11 men'

    Woman dies after attack by 'up to 11 men'

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    They said an 18 and a 20-year-old had been detained tonight after the earlier arrests of three other suspects - one aged 22, the others both 25. THIS is the first picture of the woman stabbed to death during an attack officers believe may have involved up to 11 men.
  • Terrence Cunningham: Police chief group issues apology to minorities

    Terrence Cunningham: Police chief group issues apology to minorities

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    In Cunningham's statements, he alluded to police being a "face of oppression, enforcing laws that ensured legalized discrimination and denial of basic rights", the AP noted. Baton Rouge Police Department Officer Markell Morris holds a bouquet of flowers and a Superman at the Our Lady of the Lake Hospital where shot police officers were taken.
  • Man with deformed skull arrested for arson, attempted murder in Florida

    Man with deformed skull arrested for arson, attempted murder in Florida

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    Carlos Rodriguez , nicknamed " Halfy " by friends, was in his home when he made a decision to light his mattress on fire Monday afternoon, local police told WSVN Miami . He has also been charged with first degree arson. Rodriguez became an Internet sensation in 2012 after he explained in a YouTube video how he lost a portion of his skull.
  • Duterte says Philippines will not end military alliances

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    Digital overview imagery of the Scarborough Shoal. "Even if we get angry, we'll just be putting on airs". He did not explain who he meant by "they". There has been no announcement about the delegation, but business groups and government officials said registration to join Duterte on his October 19-21 visit had been oversubscribed.
  • Donald Trump to Bring President Obama's Half-Brother to Debate

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    The last time that Malik interacted with the president was back in August of 2015, an occasion that, "as usual, it was a hands-off kind of thing, very businesslike, very formal", he explained. Voters are likely entering the third and final presidential debate a bit deflated and exhausted after last debate's vicious proceedings. Malik Obama said he was voting for Trump in part because he blamed the death of Libyan dictator Moammar Qaddafi on Hillary Clinton .
  • Israel freezes ties with Unesco

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, for his part, condemned Thursday's "absurd" UNESCO resolution . Bennett, who serves as president of Israel's National Commission for UNESCO , said all meetings with UNESCO officials, participation in global forums and professional cooperation would be suspended until further notice.
  • Stop the War invites Boris Johnson to debate UK's 'shambolic' foreign policy

    Stop the War invites Boris Johnson to debate UK's 'shambolic' foreign policy

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    The outburst came as Mr Johnson answered MPs' questions in the House of Commons. Mr Tsege was kidnapped at an airport in June 2014, and is now held in Ethiopia under a sentence of death imposed in absentia in 2009. FCO officials have said privately that they "have not been shown any evidence" against Mr Tsege that would "stand up in a United Kingdom court". Boris Johnson has been criticised for failing to answer an MP's question and using the threat of legal action as an excuse.