• Oil prices increase due to fall in United States crude inventories
Oil prices increase due to fall in United States crude inventories

Saudi Arabia's crude supply dipped to 10.6 million barrels per day in August, down slightly from 10.65 million bpd in July, according to Bloomberg . Saudi Arabia's total liquids output, a category that includes natural gas liquids, hit 12.58 million bpd in August, besting a US output level of 12.2 million bpd, according to Bloomberg.

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  • Brazil's Silva says prosecutors want to end his career
Brazil's Silva says prosecutors want to end his career

Investigators from Operation Car Wash, the largest anti-corruption investigation in Brazilian history, will indict Brazil's former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva . The prosecutors had been investigating whether Lula and his wife failed to declare ownership of a luxury penthouse in the seaside resort of Guaruja.

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  • New note from doctor says Trump's health is excellent
New note from doctor says Trump's health is excellent

Mr Trump's campaign released the letter after his opponent Hillary Clinton's doctor released further medical details on Wednesday. Still, it doesn't offer a complete picture of the candidate's health. And when asked about his exercise regimen, he pointed to his energetic stump speeches at large rallies. The doctor later revealed he wrote th...

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  • Investigation ongoing into police shooting of Ohio teen
Investigation ongoing into police shooting of Ohio teen

As officers tried to take the suspects into custody, police say one of them pulled a BB gun from his waistband. "When he ran, the cops shot him", he told the newspaper, adding the bullets hit King four or five times . 9, told the Columbus Dispatch . The head of the local police union that represents Mason didn't immediately respond to a messa...

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  • Edward Snowden not a whistleblower, Congressional report
Edward Snowden not a whistleblower, Congressional report

The letter was signed by all members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, both Democratic members and Republicans members. The committee released only a four-page summary of what it said was a 36-page investigative report that remains top secret, but the summary contained strong words about Snowden's actions and backgr...

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  • More groups say Duterte must end US-PH military agreements
More groups say Duterte must end US-PH military agreements

Cuisia disagreed with Duterte that joint maritime patrols are a hostile act. "I just want to patrol our territorial waters", the Philippines president said . It has been there. "We will respect and continue to honor our treaty obligations and commitments", Foreign Minister Perfecto Yasay said in a radio interview Tuesday.

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  • Unemployment in Scotland now lower than the United Kingdom average
Unemployment in Scotland now lower than the United Kingdom average

Overall, the Office for National Statistics said there were 174,000 more people employed, with the employment rate at a record 74.5 percent. The figures mean that there are 31.77 million people aged over-16 in work. "The labour market figures are not as robust as they first appear", writes Samuel Tombs, chief United Kingdom economist with Panth...

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  • Turkey says 3 of its soldiers killed in IS attack
Turkey says 3 of its soldiers killed in IS attack

Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli then said after a cabinet meeting that Turkey looked "favourably" on such an operation and talks were in progress between the two countries' militaries. "We said, 'Let our soldiers come together, whatever is necessary will be done, '" he said. The area is west of Jarablus near the Turkish border, which was t...

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  • Islamic State 'Ousted From Turkey-Syria Border'
Islamic State 'Ousted From Turkey-Syria Border'

He spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk about the Turkish troops. In addition, F16 warplanes destroyed four ISIS locations in Qadi and Waqef villages. Turkey's recent intervention in the north has exposed major rifts and encouraged anti-Kurdish activity, Cafarella said in emails to The Associated Press.

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  • CAS to announce Sharapova ruling in October
CAS to announce Sharapova ruling in October

If the ban remains in place, she would be ruled out until shortly before her 31st birthday. Sharapova filed an appeal against the ban in June, seeking to wipe or reduce it, and the Cort of Arbitration for Sport is set to announce its decision early in October.

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  • Dr. Phil Exclusive: Interview with JonBenet Ramsey's brother
Dr. Phil Exclusive: Interview with JonBenet Ramsey's brother

Burke, 29 and now a computer security analyst, was 9 when his 6-year-old sister was murdered in 1996, and he says his life became a "chaotic nightmare" after the still-unsolved crime, with the media making his and his parents' lives "crazy".

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  • Turkish soldiers return fire on Syrian Kurdish militia - military officials
Turkish soldiers return fire on Syrian Kurdish militia - military officials

Carter acknowledged Turkish concerns but said US policy in both Syria and Iraq was for local populations to rule cities and towns after Islamic State's defeat. Ankara would not object, Erdogan said. Turkey would supply electricity and water to Jarabulus by Monday, he added. Turkey can't launch a military operation in Syria's Raqqa on its own, A...

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  • Japan Developing Emergency System To Deter North Korea Missile Launches
Japan Developing Emergency System To Deter North Korea Missile Launches

With each test, she said, North Korea demonstrates further advancement of its ballistic missile programme whose aim, according to the country's leader Kim Jong Un, is "to arm the systems with nuclear weapons". China's U.N. Ambassador Liu Jieyi, apparently annoyed that the missile firings by its ally were timed to coincide with the Group of 20 eco...

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  • Speed boat crash in Massachusetts leaves 1 dead, 1 critical
Speed boat crash in Massachusetts leaves 1 dead, 1 critical

Taunton Fire Department officials report that shortly after 1 p.m. a boat in the Bill Giles Memorial Regatta traveling at 65 miles per hour spun out of control and was struck by a boat trailing closely behind, which was then hit by a third boat.

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  • George Pataki Pledges Support of Saudi 9/11 Bill
George Pataki Pledges Support of Saudi 9/11 Bill

The House passed the measure by voice, without recorded individual votes, which is not technically considered unanimous. Critics have also warned it would jeopardize USA relations with Saudi Arabia, a long-time American ally. A co-sponsor of the 9/11 bill, Senator Chuck Schumer of NY, called on the White House to sign it into law. Families of t...

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  • Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas 'was KGB agent'
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas 'was KGB agent'

Foreign news editor of Channel 1, Oren Nahari reported on Twitter that documents from the Mitrokhin Archive, reveals that abbas was once a Soviet spy. Harry Truman was the USA president who gave formal diplomatic recognition to Israel in May of 1948. Later, Mr Abbas studied for his doctorate in Moscow.

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  • Philippines will pursue independent foreign policy: Rodrigo Duterte
Philippines will pursue independent foreign policy: Rodrigo Duterte

I only want to be at peace with everybody, doing business with everybody and no quarrels", he said. He added, "We will observe, and must insist, I repeat, I must insist, on the time honoured principles of sovereign equality, non- interference and the commitment to a peaceful settlement of disputes to best serve our people and protect the interest...

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  • Mauricio Pochettino: I thought the league was ours
Mauricio Pochettino: I thought the league was ours

Pochettino has previously urged patience with Eriksen and the Argentine says the midfielder deserves his new deal and will continue to improve. Schoots continued: "Christian is just very happy at Spurs, as a player and as a person". "It is true that after Stoke we felt it was possible, hard but possible". He said: "I'm happy with the squad I ha...

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  • Stranded Hanjin shippers should be cleared this week
Stranded Hanjin shippers should be cleared this week

Late Tuesday, a federal judge temporarily granted the company's request to have bankruptcy protections from its South Korean proceedings recognized in the United States. Out of 141 vessels the company operates, 68 were not operating normally, were stranded or seized, as of Sunday. The world's seventh largest ocean shipper, Hanjin Shipping is ...

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  • Democrats file a petition to get Trump's name off the MN ballot
Democrats file a petition to get Trump's name off the MN ballot

Minnesota law requires political parties to select alternate electors at conventions. Minnesota Democrats are suing to remove Donald Trump from the state ballot, contending that the state Republican Party violated state law, Politico reported .

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