• How Ken Saro-Wiwa Jr died

    How Ken Saro-Wiwa Jr died

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    In a statement issued on Tuesday night, by Simeon Nwakaudu, Special Assistant to the Governor on Electronic Media, Wike expressed shock over the death of Mr Saro-Wiwa (jnr). Born in 1968, ‎Saro-Wiwa Junior was an global journalist and an author and later served in former President Goodluck Jonathan's administration. Funeral arrangements are yet to be determined, the family said.
  • Una legge di civiltà

    Una legge di civiltà

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    Allo stesso tempo, si stabilisce l'estensione dell'ambito delle funzioni svolte dalla Cabina di regia della Rete stessa, che è presieduta dall'Inps e composta da rappresentanti di sindacati , organizzazioni agricole e Istituzioni. "E' particolarmente importante il rafforzamento degli strumenti di contrasto civili e penali - ha spiegato il ministro - Vengono colpiti i patrimoni con la confisca e viene resa più forte la rete del lavoro agricolo di qualità ".
  • Police shoot armed serial robber after pursuit in Puyallup

    Police shoot armed serial robber after pursuit in Puyallup

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    The pursuit ended quickly when the two suspects crashed the vehicle less than two miles away at South Merdian and State Route 512. Police say the suspect had flashed a gun and so an officer fired his or her weapon. The driver fled, prompting a pursuit on eastbound SR 512. Police say the suspect, a 37-year-old convicted felon, is tied to at least ten other robberies in the Pierce County area.
  • Auto bombs, mortars slow down Iraqi advance

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    Mosul was captured by IS jihadists in June 2014. The city was seized by Daesh, a jihadist group outlawed in Russian Federation, in 2014 along with a number of other northern and western Iraqi cities and towns. "Get out, Get out, occupier!" and "Yes, yes, for Iraq", chanted the followers of Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr. Baghdad denies it granted permission and has ordered the Turks to withdraw - a call Ankara has ignored.
  • Adult website CEO waives extradition, will face charges in California

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    Backpage has been the subject of recent Senate hearings into its classified ads. Backpage.com has been trying to avoid interaction with the government for roughly a year now. He will appear in court on the pimping charges. "He's looking forward to his day in court, where he gets to battle back on these charges", said Phillip Hilder, Ferrer's attorney.
  • No Strike For Chicago Teachers

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    It would be the district's second major strike since 2012. But even as Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who fought bitterly with Lewis before and during the 2012 teachers' strike, praised the union and the Chicago Public Schools in a speech Tuesday in which he introduced his 2017 budget proposal, it still isn't clear how the financially strapped city will pay for the four-year deal.
  • Donald Trump Is Bringing President Obama's Half-Brother to the Third Debate

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    Either way fireworks are expected in Las Vegas on Wednesday evening local time when Trump and Clinton face off in the third and final presidential debate. Trump was widely viewed as having been on the defensive during the first debate and while he appeared to have improved his performance in the second debate, according to polling, Clinton was seen as the victor.
  • 22 homes destroyed in Nev. wildfire

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    Other neighbourhoods have been permitted but told they might have to evacuate again during the weekend. "There is zero containment on the Little Valley Fire". The so-called Little Valley fire began shortly before 2 a.m. Friday. Evacuations are mandatory for Spring Creek, Cathedral, West shore of Fallen Leaf Lake, Cascade Properties, Cascade Lake.
  • Purported Belgium airstrike leaves six civilians dead near Aleppo

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    According to Moscow, once the pause begins six corridors out of the city would open for civilians with another two - via the Castello Road in the north and Souk al-Hal in the city centre - designated for rebels. Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said the proposed break should make that happen. "It's better than before, but people won't go out unless everything stops".
  • 18 dogs seized from 'disgusting' New Hampshire home

    18 dogs seized from 'disgusting' New Hampshire home

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    Both neighbors said the barking stopped several days ago, and that they hadn't seen Rocheville in the area since. Police say that he had far more. Eighteen dogs were taken from the home of Kevin Rocheville on Tuesday. Police said five of Rocheville's dogs turned up abandoned in Hudson. On Oct. 12, Rocheville tried to give a sick pitbull to the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Methuen, according to police.
  • LA Kiss Arena Football team's future in doubt

    LA Kiss Arena Football team's future in doubt

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    Jacksonville, Fla., and an Arizona franchise are leaving to join the Indoor Football League, which will now have 11 teams. "As I understand, (the KISS) won't be involved in any football moving forward", says AFL Player's Union Executive Director Ivan Soto .