• Syrian Regime Accused of Chlorine Gas Attack

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    More than 100 people were hospitalized after barrel bombs containing chlorine were dropped in the city of Aleppo. Although the chemical attack has not been verified by independent monitors, the respiratory problems reported by activists and residents on the ground indicate the use of chlorine gas, which is banned by global conventions.
  • Trump and Pam Bondi Ties Go Deeper as Fundraiser for Bondi Revealed

    Trump and Pam Bondi Ties Go Deeper as Fundraiser for Bondi Revealed

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    When it comes to political corruption, he's about as skilled and successful as he is at selling steaks or vodka. To be exact it took place on September 17, 2013, four days after it was reported that Bondi's office was considering whether to investigate fraud allegations against Trump University, the Associated Press reported earlier this year.
  • Turkey Says Three Soldiers Killed By Islamic State In Syria

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    Turkish-backed forces clashed with YPG fighters in the initial stages of the two-week old Turkish incursion into Syria, but have since shifted their focus onto territory held by Islamic State and captured a string of villages. Speaking to media on Tuesday, Recip Erdogan said that US President Barack Obama suggested the possibility of joint military action against the terror organisation during last weekend's G20 meeting in China.
  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Calls For Desperate Measures

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    In 1991, Iran and Saudi Arabia renewed diplomatic relations after coming to an agreement to allow Iranian pilgrims to perform the Hajj again. Saudi Arabia's top cleric said Iranians are "not Muslims" in response to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's criticism of the Saudis' handling of the hajj pilgrimage.
  • Woman abducted near Wolf Creek found dead in car trunk in Spokane

    Woman abducted near Wolf Creek found dead in car trunk in Spokane

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    Helena police told Spokane authorities she might be in the area, and investigators used her cellphone to trace her to the vehicle near Spokane International Airport. Spokane is in Washington state, about 200 kilometres south of Trail, B.C. A spokeswoman said the agency wasn't releasing any further information, and Lewis and Clark County referred all questions to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Samsung Myanmar Recalls Note 7 Smart Phone

    Samsung Myanmar Recalls Note 7 Smart Phone

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    The massive Galaxy Note 7 recall could cost the company millions as lots of units will have to be replaced. The programme will provide existing Galaxy Note 7 customers with a new replacement Galaxy Note 7 in exchange for their current devices.
  • ISIS claims wave of bombings

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    Mr Yildirim has said Turkey will not tolerate the creation of any other state along its border with Syria. Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army rebels have cleared the area between the northern Syrian border towns of Azaz and Jarablus, Turkey's prime minister, Binali Yildirim , said.
  • Varcaturo, un cadavere nella Lancia Y Uomo ucciso da colpi di pistola

    Varcaturo, un cadavere nella Lancia Y Uomo ucciso da colpi di pistola

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    Colpi di pistola sono stati esplosi in aria la scorsa notte in pieno centro: secondo quanto accertato dai carabinieri, non hanno ferito nessuno né danneggiato cose. Il cadavere dell'uomo di Pozzuoli è stato trovato in una Lancia Y in località Varcaturo di Giugliano in Campania. L'uomo è stato ucciso mentre era alla guida dell'auto e ha perso il controllo della vettura andando a sbattere contro un'altra auto in transito, il cui guidatore è incolume.
  • Heavy New Hillary Clinton Ad Drives Home Trump's Insults to Veterans

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    The Democratic presidential nominee questioned Donald Trump's readiness and foreign policy expertise for the White House as she campaigned in Tampa, Florida, Tuesday. Her campaign said it had $68 million on hand. FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver noted the cycle of candidates leading in the polls facing more negative stories, which then narrows the gap with their opponent and switches the media glare to them.