• Rebels renew Aleppo attack before Russian Federation ceasefire

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    Syrian state television said at least 12 people had been killed and over 200 wounded in rebel fire on Thursday. Rebel groups in the city reportedly dismissed Russia's latest offer of safe corridors when it was made Wednesday, with the AP quoting one of the groups as saying it was a media stunt for "public consumption".
  • 'Stop taking down the US internet,' WikiLeaks implores its supporters

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    Security experts were concerned that the hackers relied on the easy-to-use program, Mirai , to launch the DDoS attacks . With control over these devices, Mirai was able to build a botnet, using it as a digital army to attack Dyn's networks and servers with bogus requests created to slow data speeds or cause entire shutdowns.
  • Spain Says Russia Cancels Syria-Bound Warships Fuel Stop

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    Russian Federation scrapped plans yesterday to refuel Syria-bound warships in a Spanish port after Madrid came under pressure to refuse access to a flotilla that may be used to help attacks on Aleppo. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced a "battle-ready battalion task force" of about 900 soldiers would be sent to eastern Poland, as well as another, separate force equipped with tanks and other heavy equipment to move across eastern Europe.
  • Clinton goes to Arizona, Trump wooing Florida

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    Donald Trump could draw the United States into nuclear war, Hillary Clinton warns. Clinton faced a primary against the formidable Bernie Sanders who, in a surprise, captured almost enough delegates to win the nomination and remained in the race much longer than some expected.
  • Philippines' Duterte: We'll turn to Russian Federation if USA won't sell us guns

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    Had the deal pushed through, Dela Rosa said the firing test would have been done by next month or March next year before the actual delivery of the 27,000 units of M4 assault rifles. During his visit to Vietnam, Duterte volunteered to repatriate Vietnamese nationals held in Philippine custody for alleged poaching, "for the goal of gaining goodwill (between) our government and the people of Vietnam", Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre, who was part of that trip, said.
  • Microsoft Surface project leader hints that Dial is just the start

    Microsoft Surface project leader hints that Dial is just the start

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    Microsoft wowed tech enthusiasts with its 28-inch content creation masterpiece that comes standard with an innovative Surface Dial accessory that allows you to invoke menus in your favorite applications. The whole point of the original Microsoft Surface tablet, released in 2012, was to show PC manufacturers and the world just how good a touchscreen-enabled Windows PC could be, Microsoft CVP of Surface Panos Panay told Business Insider earlier this year.
  • Firenze dice No, divieto di manifestazione alla Leopolda renziana Politica

    Firenze dice No, divieto di manifestazione alla Leopolda renziana Politica

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    Scontri in piazza a Firenze tra manifestanti per anti-Leopolda e la polizia . Così alle 16 sono scoppiati gli scontri , le cariche e i lanci di oggetti con contusi tra le forze dell'ordine e i manifestanti che hanno divelto interamente il cantiere in piazza San Marco e si sono asserragliati tra piazza San Marco e la vicina piazza Santissima Annunziata .
  • Clinton, Trump Ramp Up Campaign Ahead of Tuesday's Vote

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    It's set to the Katy Perry song, "Roar". Florida might be a coin flip, but Clinton does have a small edge. I don't know if Trump is insane enough to start a war over being insulted, but I do know that Hillary Clinton is far more likely to commit American troops to conflicts now underway.
  • Early voting ends Friday evening in Texas after setting turnout record

    Early voting ends Friday evening in Texas after setting turnout record

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    Vote-by-mail ballots must be received in the elections office by 7 p.m. on Election Day . There will be no more voting from Saturday through Monday, but there is still a lot of work, behind the scenes, to gear up for election day . For the first time in 2014, any Minnesotan could cast an absentee ballot, whether or not they had an excuse that would keep them from voting on Election Day .