• Philippine rebel leader emerges from hiding to meet Duterte

    Philippine rebel leader emerges from hiding to meet Duterte

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    Aquino's efforts at the time to talk peace with the rebel leader. Misuari assured Duterte of his cooperation on his administration's campaign for lasting peace. "Zamboanga City shall continue to pursue our cases in court against him and the [Moro National Liberation Front] members responsible for the siege.
  • 2 charged in slaying of ex-college hoop star found in SUV

    2 charged in slaying of ex-college hoop star found in SUV

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    On Nov. 8, 2015, Wright's roommate, Mark A. Holdbrooks, 59, told Closter police that the 35-year-old Wright had been missing for three days. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office and authorities in Closter and NY launched an investigation revealing that Wright had been drugged and murdered in his Closter home by Holdbrooks and another man, David "King Victor" Victor, 35, of Brooklyn, Grewal said.
  • One Week Out, Clinton Talks Emails On The Stump

    One Week Out, Clinton Talks Emails On The Stump

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    The answer is not yet clear, but it's possible that either she did not know about the emails on the computer of her estranged husband, forgot about them or for some other reason did not turn them over. After that work is done, investigators will examine the emails they believe are relevant to the Clinton investigation to see if they contain classified information and, if so, whether the individuals who sent or received the emails knew the information was classified.
  • Protestors call for scandal-hit South African president Jacob Zuma to resign

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    A protester holds a butternut squash painted with an image of South African President Jacob Zuma, during an anti-government march outside a court in Pretoria, South Africa , Wednesday, Nov. A protester wears a mask depicting Zuma during a protest march. "It is unfortunate that we have a couple of thousands who are also linked to crimes and that we continue to commit these crimes, some of them very serious", he said, adding the government of Zimbabwe did not condone any form of crime.
  • Iraqi special forces hold positions after entering Isis-held Mosul

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    Hard house-to-house fighting in urban areas could take weeks, if not months, as Islamic State militants dig in for a long and bloody fight. Two officers reached by cellphone said that the fighting had been fierce, but that they were confident the neighborhood, known for its cattle farming, would be secured soon.
  • North Dakota borrows $4M, slams feds on protest cost

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    Morton County sheriff's spokeswoman Donnell Hushka says some protesters tried to build a wooden pedestrian bridge across Cantapeta Creek, which runs near the private property. Phyllis Young, a member of Standing Rock Sioux tribe , meant to file a lawsuit against North Dakota police, saying, "We embarked upon a peaceful and prayerful campaign", she said.
  • Alta Corte Gran Bretagna: su Brexit deve decidere il Parlamento

    Alta Corte Gran Bretagna: su Brexit deve decidere il Parlamento

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    Il parlamento britannico dovrà votare sull'avvio delle procedure per la Brexit , quindi il governo di Theresa May non può far scattare senza l'ok dei deputati l'articolo 50 del Trattato di Lisbona . Il segretario al commercio internazionale, Liam Fox , ha dichiarato che il governo è molto deluso dalla decisione dell'Alta Corte , ma ha aggiunto che "il governo è determinato a rispettare il risultato del referendum ".