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In Tampa, she was introduced by restaurateur Jose Andres, a naturalized USA citizen who pulled out of the Washington hotel to protest Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric. "I'm not going to be able to wave a magic wand and change everybody's thoughts". How can you tell that Donald Trump really does see his massive deficits in the polls, and can tell he'll probably be just another private citizen come the morning of November 9? Wednesday was the candidate's 69th birthday, a milestone she ...
  • Refugee kills former co-worker, self; injures 3

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    The shooter is believed to be one of the two dead. But by that time, Fekede had fired 10 rounds from a 9 mm pistol, said Jones, the police chief. Police responded to the rail vehicle maker's plant on reports of gunfire at 6:08 a.m. He says the identities of the victims and suspect aren't yet known. One of the three workers who were wounded was treated at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital and released Tuesday, while the two who remained in the hospital were in fair condition Wednesday, the ...
  • Nintendo announces Switch, a hybrid games console

    Nintendo announces Switch, a hybrid games console

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    And if you don't like the feel of the Joy-Con, Nintendo plans to sell a more traditional Nintendo Switch Pro Controller at a yet-undecided point in the future. A price tag for Nintendo's new platform hasn't provided, but judging from a recent prediction from analyst Michael Pachter, Nintendo will likely sell the Switch between $ 200 and $ 250 Dollars.
  • Karan wanted more intimate scenes but I controlled: Aishwarya

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    To this, the Sultan star added that even in school ground she wouldn't have been selected. Talking about working during pregnancy the Ki and Ka star said: "I know it's the most normal and attractive thing". This movie found itself at the eye of a political storm in India after the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) said that it would not allow movies starring Pakistani artistes to be released.
  • Clashes, artillery fire erupt in Aleppo after Russian truce expires

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    It said at least three people were wounded in artillery fire on the east of the city, while rebels fired a barrage of rockets and mortar shells on the government-held neighbourhood of Hamdaniyeh. Insurgents say Syria and Russian Federation are indiscriminately targeting civilians and civilian infrastructure to take over rebel-held eastern Aleppo.
  • Niger Delta Avengers: Attacks on oil facilities continue

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    The latest attack by the NDA, which was announced by the group's spokesman Mudic Agbinib, targeted Chevron's offshore export pipeline at Escravos. Meanwhile, the Forcados export terminal, operated by Shell, has been closed since February after a militant attack that resulted in losses of US$2.18 billion (689 billion naira) in oil revenues.
  • Quake shakes central Italy near devastated quake zone

    Quake shakes central Italy near devastated quake zone

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    It could be felt in Rome, at about 1710 GMT. The quake was felt across a broad swath of central and southern Italy. In August, buildings in central Italy were flattened by a magnitude 6.2 quake, and almost 300 people died. No injuries have been reported. The natural disaster struck at a relatively shallow depth of six miles. A series of aftershocks struck towns in the region, toppling scores of buildings.
  • Shelby County early-voting sites could open earlier

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    On Election Day, residents can only cast their ballot at the single voting precinct assigned to them, meaning many students would lose the opportunity to vote on campus at the FAC. In 2012, 34,500 voted on the second day of early voting and in 2008, the number was 35,472. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been saying lately that the system is rigged against Republican candidates.
  • Iran calls for support from non-OPEC members to stabilize oil market

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    Brent, the Global benchmark for crude, settled down 67 cents, or 1.3 per cent, at US$50.79. The overall tone remained defensive during Wednesday's session, although there was an overall narrowing of ranges as consolidation dominated with WTI November futures around $49.25 ahead of the USA open with December Brent futures trading just below $50.00 p/b.