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A bus has caught fire on Beaudesert Road at Moorooka. "It was at that time that one of the passengers boarding the bus entered the bus, poured a flammable liquid on the driver and was set alight". "They were saying please open the door, please open the door". A man was arrested at the scene and is being interviewed. One man kicked open the door to help them escape in an effort Keogh described as heroic, having "jeopardised his own life for the safety of those still on the bus".
  • Militants driving hundreds into Mosul, using them as human shields

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    The Mosul campaign, which aims to crush the Iraqi portion of ISIL's declared caliphate in Iraq and Syria, may become the biggest battle yet in the 13 years of turmoil triggered by the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. The United Nations said the Islamic State has intensified its brutality against civilians since the start of the Iraqi, Kurdish and USA -led coalition offensive to retake Mosul .
  • Trump pulls ahead of Clinton in Florida, new poll shows

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    Republican nominee Donald Trump meanwhile will likely take GOP-leaning states like Texas (worth 38 electoral votes), MS (worth 6 electoral votes) and Louisiana (worth 8 electoral votes). The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee pulled its television ad support for Murphy in mid-October. - An NRCC spot says first-term Rep. Brad Ashford, D-Neb., "says he's with us, but Clinton and Pelosi know he's with them".
  • President Obama Reads Mean Tweets, Dishes Sick Trump Burn

    President Obama Reads Mean Tweets, Dishes Sick Trump Burn

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    If you've watched his episode of, you know that President Obama wakes up every morning with a wake up call. "Having worked with her, she is smart as a whip, she works really hard, she cares deeply about working families in this country, and she's not somebody who thinks the job is about flash and sizzle and making speeches", Obama said .
  • New poll: Trump leads Clinton in Florida

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    In the last 24 hours, one national poll showed Hillary Clinton with a 14-point lead . The tied poll was a survey done by GOP pollster Remington Research Group , showing the candidates matched at 46 percent. Women's resistance on this question translates to the vote choice, where Trump trails Clinton by 53 to 37 percent among women overall. But Clinton leads with blacks 95 to 4 percent and 56 to 33 percent with Hispanic voters.
  • Man allegedly puts cameras in men's bathrooms, OPD confirms arrest

    Man allegedly puts cameras in men's bathrooms, OPD confirms arrest

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    The first complaint was made on October 13 when someone reported a hidden camera at Opelika High School's football stadium was reported to the Opelika Police Department officer while both were at an Opelika Middle School football game. The FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force is now leading the investigation. Three of the images found on his laptop were sent to him from an unknown person and he downloaded them.
  • Authorities Move In To Remove Standing Rock Protestors

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    Authorities with trucks, police cars, military Humvees and buses were moving in on the camp at midday, with sirens blaring and officials telling protesters over a loudspeaker to move out. The showdown prompted calls for President Obama and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to weigh in as the 10-week-old protest against the 1,172-mile, four-state pipeline project escalates.