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CALAIS, France, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Bulldozers cleared mounds of debris and demolished makeshift shelters in the "Jungle" migrant camp on Thursday, and French authorities said more than 6,000 people had been evacuated from the squalid site. She had earlier vowed that the camp would shut down that night "no matter what". Dozens of children have reportedly been forced to sleep on the roadside of the Calais Jungle, despite French officials declaring the clearance complete.
  • Don't Mess With Us: Indian Army Kills 15 Pakistani Soldiers In Firing

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    Mehta said no casualties or damage was caused by Pakistani troops firing on this side. Direct firing on multiple posts in a sustained manner raises many questions, mostly questioning the timing of the attack and the strategy that Pakistan trying to deploy in the wake of India's successful surgical strike across the Line of Control in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir on September 29.
  • Iceland's Pirate Party Could be On Course to Win Iceland's Election

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    Recent polls show the party neck and neck with the centre-right Independence Party that governs in coalition with the Progressive Party. The latest wave of a global movement against establishment politics, seen in the U.S. The Independence Party, 19 MPs; the Progressive Party, 6 MPs; the Social Democratic Alliance, 5 MPs, the Left-Green Movement, 11 MPs; Bright Future, 4 MPs; the Pirate Party , 12 MPs; and the Reform Party, 6 MPs.
  • Trump to hold rally in Albuquerque on Sunday

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    The survey suggests the race is tightening in Virginia, whose 13 electoral votes could play a critical role in the race. The Indiana governor made the rounds on the morning shows Friday after his plane slid off the runway during a rainstorm at New York's LaGuardia Airport late Thursday, tearing up concrete before coming to rest on a patch of grass.
  • Donald Trump's Presidential Campaign Has a Cash Flow Problem

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    He recently began airing a television ad that shows Clinton stumbling as she tried to get into a vehicle after a ceremony commemorating the September 11, 2001, attacks in NY. Trump, a NY businessman seeking his first elected office, has consistently trailed Clinton in the poll. "If we win on November 8", he said, catching himself "When!" A well-regarded rolling average of national opinion polls calculated by Real Clear Politics showed a 4.4 percentage point lead for Clinton over Trump on ...
  • Obama goes to Florida for Clinton amid new email probe

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    After weeks of declaring the race "rigged" in favor of his opponent, Trump declared Friday he has "great respect" for the FBI and the Justice Department, now that they are "willing to have the courage to right the awful mistake that they made" in concluding the investigation earlier.
  • House Speaker Ryan to stump for Montana candidates

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    Comey wrote to lawmakers that the FBI is looking into emails that appeared pertinent to the previously closed investigation of Clinton's server while secretary of state. Pat Toomey's go-to-move in Pennsylvania. Those contributions will not be reported until December, though many expect Sheldon Adelson, the top Republican giver who together with his wife donated $20 million to the PAC this summer, to have given more.
  • Ardent Under Pressure After Tragedy

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    Ardent Leisure (AAD) shares face a pummelling this morning after the deaths of four people at the company's Dreamworld theme park on the Gold Coast yesterday. Ardent Leisure CEO Deborah Thomas arrives for the annual general meeting on Thursday. Late on Thursday, Ms Thomas announced she was donating her $167,500 cash bonus to the Australian Red Cross, which would then distribute it among those affected by the tragedy.
  • Oklahoma State ends West Virginia's undefeated season with 37-20 win

    Oklahoma State ends West Virginia's undefeated season with 37-20 win

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    The Cowboys scored two plays later to retake the lead for good. On the offense, Oklahoma State football averages 336.0 yards in passing and 144.0 yards in rushing. Though West Virginia (6-1, 3-1) also remains squarely in the hunt for a league crown, its College Football Playoff hopes likely evaporated in the Stillwater breeze.
  • Clinton's advantage cut in half in both WaPost and Fox News polls

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    And the Republican nominee is making up ground with women as well. Friday's Investor's Business Daily poll has Clinton up by 3 points in both a two-person and four-person race. The Journal quoted an unnamed senior Trump aide as saying internal campaign polling shows the race to be a "dead heat" in New Mexico. The Upshot's daily election forecast also puts Trump in a slightly better position.
  • Mark Kirk's racist comment about Tammy Duckworth

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    Sisselman continued: 'A struggling political campaign is no excuse for baseless and despicable attacks, and Senator Kirk owes Congresswoman Duckworth and her family an apology'. Families like mine are the ones that bleed first". Kirk has been criticized before for statements he's made during the campaign. Kirk's comment comes a year and a half after he said he wouldn't talk about race or ethnicity during the campaign.