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Obama's final push isn't just a plea for all Democrats. President Barack Obama has hosted plenty of confrontational foreign leaders at the White House, haggling over military aggression, trade disputes and any other irritant that brings a head of state into the Oval Office.
  • Renault Kwid 1.0 AMT bookings open in India

    Renault Kwid 1.0 AMT bookings open in India

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    That said, unlike the AMT the AMT options now available in the market there will be no option to manually change the gears in the AMT variant. French multinational automobile manufacturer Renault will reportedly launch its hatchback auto Kwid with Automatic Manual Transmission in November.
  • House launches investigation of National Guard bonuses

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    According to official documents, peak activity in the Iraq war around 2006 prompted the Pentagon to entice soldiers to reenlist by offering big bonuses. "The majority of these kids are young soldiers who took this money thinking it was appropriate to take it, and it turned out not to be the case". House Speaker Paul Ryan wants the Pentagon to immediately stop trying to recover enlistment bonuses that were paid to thousands of soldiers in California when they signed up to serve in Iraq and ...
  • Donald Trump email server with ties to Russia's Alfa Bank questioned

    Donald Trump email server with ties to Russia's Alfa Bank questioned

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    DONALD Trump's links to Russian Federation have dragged the Republican presidential candidate into the Federal Bureau of Investigation email row plaguing his rival Hillary Clinton. Alone, any of these problems and allegations would be easy to write off, but for Trump, there will be a lot to deny over the coming week. It also reported that Russian intelligence had compiled a dossier on Hillary Clinton based on "bugged conversations she had on various visits to Russia and intercepted phone ...
  • Toddler rides his mini bike into traffic, saved by a police officer

    Toddler rides his mini bike into traffic, saved by a police officer

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    Police officer Wu Feng was riding his motorcycle to work when he spotted the little boy and rushed to his aid. Riding his toy into the second lane, video captures the boy narrowly missing a big bus which swerves to avoid him. "He told me he had become separated from his mum and was looking for her". The footage sparked an angry reaction on social media, with one Facebook user writing: "Are these drivers for real?" Mr Scwartlander added that China has shockingly high death toll of ...
  • Bill and Hillary Clinton a 'crime family:' Former FBI director

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    It's like organized crime. 'It's just outrageous how Hillary Clinton sold her office for money. 'And she's a pathological liar, and she's always been a liar. Agents in the Washington office were directed to focus on a separate issue relating to the actions of former Virginia Governor and Clinton Foundation Board Member Terry McAuliffe.
  • Apple Doubles Down on Running with Nike-Edition Smartwatch

    Apple Doubles Down on Running with Nike-Edition Smartwatch

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    With the updated app, Apple Watch Nike+ wearers can use Series 2's onboard Global Positioning System to keep track of their runs within Run Club, and even stream Apple Music in the app. The Nike+ Run Club app is seamlessly integrated into Apple Watch Nike + and offers daily motivation through smart run reminders, challenges from friends and even alerts informing when the weather is right to get outside.
  • Tribes consider meeting with pipeline officials

    Tribes consider meeting with pipeline officials

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    Many people are "checking in" on Facebook to say they're at Standing Rock as a way of supporting "water protectors" and at the same time, throwing off authorities who are reportedly looking for participants of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests through social media.
  • Syria war: Civilians become collateral damage in fierce fighting between rebels & regime

    Syria war: Civilians become collateral damage in fierce fighting between rebels & regime

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    Once Syria's economic powerhouse, Aleppo has been ravaged by the conflict that began in March 2011 with anti-government protests and has since killed more than 300,000 people. More than 40 civilians were reported to have been killed in western Aleppo since the rebel attacks began, activists say. Since Friday, opposition factions allied with jihadists have amassed on Aleppo's western outskirts in a bid to end the regime's three-month encirclement of the city's eastern districts.