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The pre-dawn offensive marked the entry of Iraq's vaunted special forces into the Mosul operation. In a 134-0 vote on Thursday, the lawmakers in Parliament's lower house agreed to deploy in December a surgical field team of up to 17 people at a U.S.
  • Two charged in connection to slaying of Bonnyville man

    Two charged in connection to slaying of Bonnyville man

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    Each faces one count of first-degree murder. Arizona Chastity Frenchman, 20, also of the Bonnyville/Kehewin area, was arrested in Edmonton Oct. 19 and charged. His funeral is set for Saturday at St. Louis Roman Catholic Church in Bonnyville. His death launched an investigation by Bonnyville RCMP and the RCMP Major Crime Unit based in Edmonton.
  • Iran taunts United States with ransom demand

    Iran taunts United States with ransom demand

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    The State Department demanded the immediate release of Siamak and Baqher Namazi, both Iranian-American dual nationals, after their sentences were announced on Tuesday. They were sentenced along with a U.S. resident from Lebanon, Nezar Zaka. Both are dual nationals with extensive connections in both countries, having spent years trying to promote closer trade and diplomatic ties between the U.S.
  • Social Security Rate To Increase By .3% This Year

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    Part of the benefits tied to Social Security are Cost of Living Adjustments (COLA) to cover inflation. For the average retiree, that comes out to about $5 extra. Checks to the more than 65 million Americans who depend on the funds will increase by just 0.3 percent in 2017. By law, the cost-of-living adjustment is based on the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers, a broad measure of consumer prices generated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • China says supports Philippines' drug war

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    The Philippines has been an ICC member state since November 2011 "and as such, the Court has jurisdiction over genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed on the territory or by nationals of the Philippines", Bensouda said.
  • Ecuador says Assange's internet cut over United States election leaks

    Ecuador says Assange's internet cut over United States election leaks

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    In that sense, Ecuador, in exercise of its sovereign right, has temporarily restricted access to part of its communications system in its embassy in the UK. What is especially interesting is that in a further tweet , WikiLeaks stated that "Multiple US sources tell us John Kerry asked Ecuador to stop Assange from publishing Clinton docs during FARC peace negotiations".
  • Duterte in China: Philippine leader turns conciliator-in-chief?

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    The Chinese ambassador to the Philippines, Zhao Jianhua, has said the Philippines can expect up to a million Chinese tourists by the end of next year, bringing in revenue of $1bn. The United States, along with Japan and other powers, want to ensure Beijing doesn't interfere with free navigation in the strategic South China Sea, which connects the Indian and Pacific Oceans and through which flows $5 trillion of trade a year.
  • Ballots in mail for General Election

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    In many states, the workers, who receive training before Election Day, are drawn evenly from supporters of both parties. And to deal with them, the Justice Department and civic and civil rights organizations are setting up hotlines for voters to call if they observe problems at the polls.
  • New FAFSA guidelines require Financial Aid to update software

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    Because of the earlier submission date, students are required to report income information from an earlier tax year. "So, going forward, right now for (academic year) 2017-18, all of the individuals have their taxes filed already because it was for last year and so they can just go out and complete the application and have it completed for the next year, early".
  • Former ALEA secretary Spencer Collier cleared, investigation closed

    Former ALEA secretary Spencer Collier cleared, investigation closed

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    After Collier was sacked, he told the press Bentley had an inappropriate relationship with his top advisor Rebekah Mason. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency referred the findings to the office of Attorney General Luther Strange. Several of the people quoted in the report have told AL.com they were misquoted or taken out of context. Collier was also to undergo back surgery at the time.
  • Iraq forces move to retake Christian town on way to Mosul

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    Turkey's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday re-issued a December 2015 travel warning on Iraq as an operation to oust the ISIL terror group from Mosul continues. "If this battle is carried out successfully, it will restore at least some faith in American military capabilities while at the same time restoring some credibility to our commitment to working with friends and allies in the region", says James Jeffrey, who served as U.S.
  • L'FBI indaga: ascoltati Angelina Jolie e figli

    L'FBI indaga: ascoltati Angelina Jolie e figli

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    Il primo incontro tra l'attore e i suoi ragazzi dalla richiesta di divorzio mossa dalla Jolie ha avuto luogo circa due settimane fa, ma non tutti i figli della (ex) coppia erano presenti. La Jolie vuole la custodia fisica esclusiva dei figli: Pitt , al contrario, vorrebbe una custodia congiunta. Radar Online ha rivelato: "Angelina è una tatuaggio-dipendente e sul suo corpo ha fatto incidere numerosi simboli che si riferiscono sia ai figli che all'ex marito".