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Human Rights Watch says ISIL fighters might be responsible for the deaths of more than 300 former officers near Mosul . The text message, which Reuters has seen, was one of many describing what was happening inside Islamic State as Iraqi, Kurdish and American troops began their campaign to retake the group's northern Iraqi stronghold of Mosul.
  • Fires throughout Israel destroy homes, evacuate thousands

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    Press Association has also published a sequence of images of locals carrying their possessions as they escape the blaze. On Tuesday evening, firefighters were battling a blaze in Kibbutz Revadim in southern Israel, with some 40 families evacuated from their homes after the fire increased the levels of air pollution in the area.
  • Hurricane Otto strengthens, nearing Nicaragua, Costa Rico

    Hurricane Otto strengthens, nearing Nicaragua, Costa Rico

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    Otto's winds built to 110 miles per hour (175 kph) as it neared landfall near Nicaragua's border with Costa Rica. Hurricane warnings have been issued for parts of Costa Rica and Nicaragua. He added that he had ordered the evacuation of around 4,000 people along Costa Rica's northern and Caribbean regions. As the storm moves inland, orographic uplift and cloud enhancement will be common and heavy downpours on hilly terrain would mean flooding in the lower valleys and frequent mudslides ...
  • Barack Obama urges world leaders not to give in to isolationist impulses

    Barack Obama urges world leaders not to give in to isolationist impulses

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    Obama said freedom of speech and assembly, a free press, freedom of religion, separation of powers and free and fair elections remain the bedrock as "our democracies are facing serious challenges". He also defended the nuclear accord with Iran. "All I'm saying is they have to pay", Trump told CBS's Lesley Stahl. Obama didn't speak with reporters before departing for Peru on Air Force One.
  • The Worlds Tallest Water Slide Is Closing Permanently After Tragic Accident

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    Scott Schwab, R-Olathe. Many state lawmakers were at the water park August 7 for Elected Officials Day. The park said it would be replaced with something else after the investigation into the 10-year-old boy's death is finished. KANSAS CITY - A Kansas City water park will shut down the world's largest water slide in response to an accident that killed a 10-year-old boy in August.
  • South Korean protesters gather over information sharing pact

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    Japan's foreign ministry said in a statement that the military agreement would allow the two governments to "share information even more smoothly and swiftly". South Korea says its intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan has taken effect after the two countries signed the pact to better monitor North Korea.
  • U.S. questions Israeli probe into Palestinian teen's death

    U.S. questions Israeli probe into Palestinian teen's death

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    The Orthodox seemingly broke for Trump, he implies, pointing out that in the Brooklyn, N.Y., neighborhood of Boro Park, more than 70 percent of voters picked the Republican for president. Israel says most of the Palestinians killed were attackers while the rest died in clashes with troops. "After the shock, I'm kind of optimistic". So I wonder why Trump specifically recommended him, and not, for example, any of the people he's considering for the appointment of U.S.
  • Maoists Killed In Police Encounter In Kerala

    Maoists Killed In Police Encounter In Kerala

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    The police, acting on a tip-off, had engaged in firing with alleged Maoists in the last week of September in Nilambur. The police assume that there were 11 members in the Maoist group that confronted the force. According to officials, they were forced to open fire after the combing team came under Maoist attack. Local residents and police personnel on alert at Paduka Forest Station in Nilambur after reports of police encounter with Maoists and the deaths of Naxal activists.
  • Overtime Pay Laws Delayed

    Overtime Pay Laws Delayed

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    Salaried employees not paid overtime will not receive an increase in pay required by a Department of Labor rule. The Labor Department said it was considering its legal options. The overtime rule would've allowed more than 4-million people across the nation to become eligible for overtime on December 1st. The Post contacted U.S.
  • Israel battles fires for third day; 4 Palestinians arrested

    Israel battles fires for third day; 4 Palestinians arrested

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    He said that if the fires were started by arsonists, those responsible "will be punished gravely". Israel's Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan confirmed that some arrests have been made, and that police are tracking down other leads. "The fire is out of control and is spreading from one house to the other", the rescue services chief in the Carmel neighbourhood, Naftali Rottenberg, told public radio.
  • European parliament votes to freeze Turkey EU accession talks

    European parliament votes to freeze Turkey EU accession talks

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    The motion was approved by 479 votes to 37, with 107 abstentions. His country's "struggle for its stability and future won't be interrupted by [European legislators] raising and lowering their hands", Mr Erdogan added. In Ankara Thursday, The minister in charge of negotiations with the European Union criticized EU nations for not standing in solidarity with Turkey at a time when it is dealing with a spate of violent attacks.