• Alabama rolls past Florida for another SEC title

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    No NCAA team has won 15 games, though Yale and Penn did it in the 19th century. Alabama will be seeking its second straight national title and its fifth crown in the last nine years. Bo Scarbrough scored two touchdowns and had 91 of the 234 rushing yards by Alabama, which didn't have a turnover. Alabama: Freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts wasn't all that sharp, completing 11 of 20 passes for 138 yards, and the Tide will want to clean up some busted plays that led to big losses.
  • Syrians leaving east Aleppo in bus loads

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    Before the renewed assault, an estimated 250,000 people remained in eastern Aleppo, which was surrounded by government forces in mid-July. Hopes of agreement on the new plan to stop the carnage in Aleppo, where Russian-backed Syrian forces made further gains Tuesday in reclaiming rebel-held eastern neighborhoods of the city amid widespread civilian casualties, appeared again to falter amid charges, countercharges and confusion.
  • Crude oil slips on doubts over output cut

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    Analysts said the boon from last week's OPEC decision, which helped boost prices by about 15 per cent, has faded as they look to factors that may undermine the cartel's promise such as record production, Saudi Arabia's plans and the reaction of USA shale oil producers.
  • IS launches overnight attack against Iraqi troops in Mosul

    IS launches overnight attack against Iraqi troops in Mosul

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    Campaign commander Lieutenant-General Abdul Ameer Rasheed Yarallah was quoted by Iraqi television as saying troops had entered the Al-Salam Hospital, less than a mile (1.5 kilometres) from the Tigris River running through the city centre. The bombardment by Iraqi air support and the USA -led coalition appeared heavier than previous operations in the area. "We're in despair", a resident living in Intisar told Reuters .
  • Georgia Police Officer Has Died, Suspect Identified

    Georgia Police Officer Has Died, Suspect Identified

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    He allegedly shot and killed an officer from the Americus Police Department and wounded a public safety officer from the campus police department at Georgia Southwestern State University , a local college, before fleeing the scene. Wednesday. Miles said the APD received a 911 call reporting a domestic dispute around 9:40 a.m. The suspect reportedly shot both officers outside one of the apartments.
  • Deadly 6.5 natural disaster rocks Indonesia's Aceh province

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    Some media reports in Indonesia quoted Aceh officials as saying at least 18 people had been confirmed dead and 30 injured. He says: "Hopefully we would be able to finish the evacuation from the rubble before sunset ". The tsunami killed more than 170,000 people in Indonesia and tens of thousands more in other countries around the Indian Ocean. More than 150,000 people died in Aceh as a result of that quake.
  • Report suggests Vauxhall Corsa poses fire risk

    Report suggests Vauxhall Corsa poses fire risk

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    However, seven Vauxhall Corsa D owners had also contacted the BBC's Watchdog about their vehicle catching fire, with three of the cars falling under the existing Corsa recall criteria, and four outside it. "Vauxhall confirms that there is a different vehicle heating and ventilation system configuration in Corsa D/E to the Hummer H3, inclusive of a different connector", it said in an official response.
  • Decapitated body identified as missing 16-year-old boy

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    The suspect was arrested early Saturday morning, according to CBS Boston. Blodgett said he believed the two boys went to high school together, but would not speculate as to motive yet. 'We're not aware of what type of relationship they had, ' Carrie Kimball Monahan said, according to the New York Post . Lee Manuel Viloria-Paulino's family knew little about the teen their 16-year-old had brought home in mid-November, except that he was a classmate at Lawrence, Mass ., High School.