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A federal judge said Friday he's satisfied that Florida officials are trying to process the remaining applications from thousands of people who tried to register to vote following Hurricane Matthew. A little less than 1,900 were being reviewed by state officials. "Quite frankly, the more information the public has about your hard work and your efforts, the overtime your staff is working and the number of applications you've processed, that is good thing to provide that information", Walker ...
  • Police poised to remove roadblocks set by protesters

    Police poised to remove roadblocks set by protesters

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    The almost six-hour operation dramatically escalated the dispute over Native American rights and the project's environmental impact , with officers in riot gear firing bean bags and pepper spray . Army Corps of Engineers would review prior environmental decisions, and no construction would be allowed on lands the Corps controls bordering or under Lake Oahe.
  • NATO Chief Opposes Confrontation With Russia

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    Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said fighter planes would be sent to a Romanian base in the Black Sea for four months from next May. Last week Russia's sole aircraft carrier passed through the English Channel en route to the waters off Syria .
  • Coyote that bit 6-year-old boy in California park is killed

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    On Oct. 9, the boy was playing in Springbrook Park in the Woodbridge community when the coyote bit him on the arm and tried to drag him away, authorities said. The boy was taken to a hospital, where he was given rabies shots as a precaution, Hughan said. It's unclear what scientific evidence was used to identify the coyote.
  • Syrian rebels launch Aleppo counter attack

    Syrian rebels launch Aleppo counter attack

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    Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, and Syria's Foreign Minister Walid Moallem (L-R) at a press conference following a trilateral meeting on October 28, 2016. Black smoke from burning tires rose above the city, evidently in an attempt to obscure the view of pilots flying Russian warplanes overhead. "The Syrian army is the least of their problems - by itself, it is relatively weak", points out BBC .
  • Australia's Dreamworld reopens on Friday after accident

    Australia's Dreamworld reopens on Friday after accident

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    A planned memorial for the four Dreamworld victims and the park's reopening have been cancelled amid a growing backlash following this week's tragedy. "I have two granddaughters - an 8-month-old and a 12-year-old - and it truly breaks my heart to know that my 8-month-old is never going to get to know her mum", she told The Courier-Mail newspaper.
  • Dreamworld closed until Monday while investigations continue

    Dreamworld closed until Monday while investigations continue

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    She was asked whether she had finally reached out to the families of the victims following a fiery press conference on Thursday in which the mother of two victims disputed her claim they had made contact. "Red Cross will ensure 100 percent is directed to support people affected by this tragic event", Thomas said in a statement. Flanked by Dreamworld chief executive Craig Davidson, Ms Thomas visited a floral tribute to the four victims of Tuesday's tragedy following a private memorial for ...
  • Hillary Clinton ''confident'' over new Federal Bureau of Investigation email probe

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    It was the third and final rally of a day he argued has breathed new life into his struggling campaign. Clinton's campaign didn't immediately respond to request for comment. "I'm confident, whatever they are, they will not change the conclusion reached in July", she added. The tens of thousands of confidential emails from Clinton campaign insiders that were hacked - she and the government say by Russian Federation - and then released by WikiLeaks have provided a steady stream of questions ...
  • Protests across Venezuela to unseat Maduro

    Protests across Venezuela to unseat Maduro

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    Roger Noriega, who was appointed US ambassador to the Organization of American States by President George W. Bush and also served as assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs, wrote in a column for the Washington Examiner that the United States should support Almagro and consider sanctions against Venezuelan leaders involved in drug trafficking and money laundering.
  • The Gambia joins African queue to leave ICC

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    Gambia on Wednesday announced its withdrawl from the International Criminal Court (ICC), following in the steps of fellow African nations South Africa and Burundi. He departed South Africa despite a court order banning him from leaving. Belay said, "For many Africans the ICC presents the only avenue for justice for the crimes they have suffered".
  • Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton: Election polls maintain Clinton lead over Trump

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    A series of mostly male Republicans have come to Trump's defense - dismissing the accusers as liars and, some worry, further alienating the female voters that the party desperately needs to survive. "Early voting can boost overall turnout at the polls between 2 and 3 percent", he said. Of those, 54 percent participated in the Republican primary, while 46 percent participated in the Democratic primary.
  • 6 key features added to Apple's top-end laptops

    6 key features added to Apple's top-end laptops

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    Apart from that MacBook Pro 2016 displays the perfection Apple devices always shown. With no less than Apple CEO Tim Cook taking charge during the firm's recent event, a new device was unveiled to the chosen few. The new MacBook Pros are genuinely nice, although they do have some issues as well, issues that may even turn out to be deal-breakers for some consumers.