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Fisher argued the penalty at the time, and he wasn't happy when someone on FSU's sideline was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct afterward. "It's ridiculous", Fisher said after the game. "Now, still had chances to win the game after that [but] that was ridiculous and the guy wasn't even in position to make the call". "Whoever's in the booth is bad, too", Fisher said.
  • Deputy fatally shoots man after chase in western Minnesota

    Deputy fatally shoots man after chase in western Minnesota

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    At one point the man, driving a pickup truck, rammed into a Morris Police Department squad vehicle and fired several shots through the back window at squad cars from Traverse and Grant County deputies, Morris and Wheaton police officers and a Minnesota State Patrol trooper who all joined the pursuit.
  • Pak Army Says No Soldiers Killed in Firing at Border

    Pak Army Says No Soldiers Killed in Firing at Border

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    SRINAGAR , India (AP) — Two Indian soldiers have been killed in fighting with Pakistani soldiers and suspected militants along the volatile frontier in Indian-controlled Kashmir, officials said Saturday. The ground realities of Kashmir is heartbreaking, the ambassador said, adding Indian forces are "slaughtering" the civilians by live ammunition and pellet guns.
  • Texas presidential poll shows Trump with lead going into election

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    Outlier of the day: A Rasmussen Reports poll said Clinton and Trump are " dead even ", with each main party candidate receiving 45 percent of support among likely voters. A new Texas Tribune/YouGov poll puts Trump's lead in the state at just three points over the Democrat nominee. So does Trump actually have a chance to come back and win? "I will have over $100 million in the campaign, and I'm ready to go much more than that", said Trump in a CNN interview.
  • U.S. intelligence director says North Korean denuclearization "probably a lost cause"

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    Blinken also reassured Seoul and Tokyo the US policy of extended deterrence based on nuclear and conventional defense capability would defend allies, according to the press report. However, the trilateral meeting was not related to the intelligence-sharing agreement, said the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs. "The best we could probably hope for is some sort of a cap [on North Korea's nuclear capabilities], but they are not going to do that just because we ask them".
  • President Barack Obama to campaign in Ohio Tuesday: Details

    President Barack Obama to campaign in Ohio Tuesday: Details

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    Her campaign said on Friday that she would campaign in Arizona next week. "Mr. Band called the arrangement 'unorthodox", Trump said. He said he and his wife will continue advocating for certain causes once they leave the White House. Nearly $153 million campaign funds have been raised to back Clinton's presidential run, more than double on what Trump's side had available. While he had routinely given about $2 million a month, as of Wednesday, he'd covered $33,000 in October campaign costs, ...
  • France begins evicting 6000 migrants from 'The Jungle'

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    The migrants had been warned they must leave the camp or face arrest as toxicity towards refugees and asylum seekers grows in France and over the English Channel in Britain. Buses carrying migrants have started moving from the camp to areas around France , Soraya notes. The Jungle migrants are being placed into separate queues to determine who are with family members, travelling alone or whether they are in vulnerable categories.
  • Voters believe that the media is against Donald Trump

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    She went on to criticize Trump for his refusal to commit to accepting the results of the election, saying that it was "not something to be made light of". The Republican candidate has fallen behind Mrs Clinton in opinion polls ahead of the 8 November election amid a series of accusations from women that he groped them or kissed them without their consent.
  • Gambia becomes latest African nation to quit ICC

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    The decision by the tiny West African nation, whose president, Yahya Jammeh , has called on the court to investigate African migrant deaths on the Mediterranean, comes just days after South Africa said it was quitting The Hague-based tribunal.
  • European Union steps up pressure on Congo to end unrest, organize polls

    European Union steps up pressure on Congo to end unrest, organize polls

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    The EU on Monday warned the Democratic Republic of Congo it faced sanctions if it does not hold early elections and condemned recent deadly violence between opponents and supporters of President Joseph Kabila. The presidents of neighbouring Rwanda and Congo Republic changed their constitutions past year to allow themselves contest for a third term, and Kabila's opponents said they feared he would do the same.