• Duterte tells Obama 'you can go to hell' in new tirade
Duterte tells Obama 'you can go to hell' in new tirade

Upon arriving from an official visit to Vietnam, Duterte on Friday said he would be "happy to slaughter" three million drug addicts in the Philippines by himself in the same way that Hitler murdered millions of Jews before and during the Second World War.

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  • Supreme Court rejects bid to reopen Walker campaign probe
Supreme Court rejects bid to reopen Walker campaign probe

The court let stand a Wisconsin Supreme Court decision past year that shut down an investigation into allegations that Walker, a Republican, had illegally coordinated campaign spending with outside groups during the 2012 recall campaign against him.

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  • Pak hands over dossier to US on 'rights violations' in Kashmir
Pak hands over dossier to US on 'rights violations' in Kashmir

To another question, the spokesperson stated that the USA position on Kashmir remained unchanged and added that the United States was having conversations with both Pakistan and Indian on the importance of reducing the tensions in the region.

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  • Pope Francis Paid A Surprise Visit To Earthquake Survivors In Italy
Pope Francis Paid A Surprise Visit To Earthquake Survivors In Italy

He travelled to the region today without any reporters present and while in Amatrice was accompanied by the Bishop of Rieti, Domenico Pompili. He stopped in front of the rubble to pray. Always look ahead. Courage, and help each other. Nearly 300 people as a result of the 6.2 magnitude tremors which destroyed numerous buildings including a school ...

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  • Donald Trump Calls for Clinton's Arrest, Attacks Her Health at Lancaster Event
Donald Trump Calls for Clinton's Arrest, Attacks Her Health at Lancaster Event

But because his number of losses was so high in 1995, Trump has potentially avoided any tax liabilities for almost two decades. The New York Times wrote: "Although Mr Trump's taxable income in subsequent years is as yet unknown, a US$916 million loss in 1995 would have been large enough to wipe out more than US$50 million a year in taxabl...

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  • Obama bails on Clinton campaign rally in Florida
Obama bails on Clinton campaign rally in Florida

Obama said. The president is scheduled to speak Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.at Florida Memorial University's athletic arena and wellness center in Miami Gardens . "When she gets knocked down, she doesn't complain, she doesn't cry foul", the first lady said while repeatedly tapping on her microphone in reference to Trump, claiming his debate microphone...

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  • I barely spoke to Klopp, says Balotelli
I barely spoke to Klopp, says Balotelli

I said arrivederci and told him he would never see me again. Balotelli , after scoring twice on his debut against Marseille, managed to crash agent Mino Raiola's Bentley just hours later. To me, it's better to have skipped this match. How they played at Euro 2016 doesn't tell us much. Balotelli described the climate at Milan as confusi...

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  • Hungary votes on government's rejection of EU refugee quotas
Hungary votes on government's rejection of EU refugee quotas

A stupid answer to a stupid question! Hungarians will vote Sunday in a referendum which Prime Minister Viktor Orban hopes will give his government th. An overwhelming majority of Hungarians who voted in a referendum appear to have rejected the European Union migrant resettlement quotas. "With an invalid result, it is harder for Orban to cla...

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  • 170 bodies recovered so far in migrant boat disaster
170 bodies recovered so far in migrant boat disaster

Egypt raised the wreck of a migrant boat yesterday and recovered at least 33 bodies, taking to 202 the death toll from last week's sinking off the country's Mediterranean coast. The IOM says that more than 3,200 migrants have died while trying to cross the Mediterranean this year, while an estimated 298,474 have reached European shores.

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  • Family: Wounded 6-year-old boy on life support
Family: Wounded 6-year-old boy on life support

Within seven minutes, authorities descended on the building in search of the suspect, who was described as being a blonde white male wearing black. Jacob was shot on the playground at Townville Elementary School on Tuesday, September 27, after a 14-year-old opened fire.

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  • 2 students, teacher injured in SC school shooting
2 students, teacher injured in SC school shooting

A minute before a teen allegedly opened fire at an elementary school playground in SC, he called his grandparents' cellphone, sobbing and mumbling unintelligibly, authorities say. A female teacher was wounded in the shoulder, sheriff's Capt. Garland Major said. One of the students, a 6-year-old boy, is in critical condition at a hospital.

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  • Trump Once Again Finds His Way To Michigan
Trump Once Again Finds His Way To Michigan

Trump visited Novi on Friday as a raucous crowd of supporters filled the Suburban Collection Showplace . Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned as DNC chair on the eve of July's Democratic National Convention after WikiLeaks published a trove of hacked DNC emails that showed party officials favouring eventual nominee Hillary Clinton over US Senator B...

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  • Pregnant Women Should Consider Not Traveling To Southeast Asia
Pregnant Women Should Consider Not Traveling To Southeast Asia

In other new developments with the disease, the CDC today urged pregnant women to avoid nonessential travel to a large part of Southeast Asia due to virus activity there and uncertainty about the risks from infection there. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In general, women who want to become pregnant and who have tested positive for...

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  • Student with gun planned to shoot teachers, counselor talked him down
Student with gun planned to shoot teachers, counselor talked him down

On Wednesday morning, a middle school student stepped into his school counselor's office after first period ended. Cheatham County Sheriff Mike Breedlove says that's exactly what she did. He said he was having problems and was going to kill teachers and a police officer. The student conceded to surrendering the gun, at which point he was arrest...

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  • Clinton, Trump Clash Over America's Global Role
Clinton, Trump Clash Over America's Global Role

Trump and Hillary Clinton engaged in a heated conversation in which Holt's behavior during the debate was heavily criticized. When asked if he would release his tax returns, Trump replied that he would when Clinton released more of her emails.

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  • Triple homicide leads to search for missing teen girl
Triple homicide leads to search for missing teen girl

Officers responded to the home in Fullerton , 26 miles southeast of Los Angeles , at around 8:20 a.m. local time after a child called 911 to report that her parents had died. "It was an extremely traumatic scene", said Fullerton Police Sgt. Jon Radus . "We do believe this was a specific home that was targeted by these suspects".

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  • Bosnian Serbs overwhelmingly vote to keep disputed holiday
Bosnian Serbs overwhelmingly vote to keep disputed holiday

The court said the holiday discriminates against Bosnia's Muslim Bosniak and Catholic Croat communities because it coincides with a Serbian Orthodox Church holiday. After the war, Republika Srpska ended up not independent but an autonomous region of Bosnia. The head of Republika Srpska (RS), the Serb-run entity of Bosnia, Dodik "was summone...

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  • Trump and Clinton to go head to head in TV debate
Trump and Clinton to go head to head in TV debate

Clinton and Trump will face off in their first presidential debate at 9 p.m., a 90-minute bout at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., moderated by Lester Holt of NBC News. Trump has been recorded dozens of times saying vulgar things about women and now the Clinton team has gone and put some of his worst quotes into the short video.

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  • Spain: Political wrangling continues after regional votes
Spain: Political wrangling continues after regional votes

It had been hoped that the elections would signal a clear path to avoid a third nationwide election in December, but it seems little has changed. The PP renewed its absolute majority in Rajoy's northwestern home region of Galicia, a long-time party stronghold.

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  • Explosion at shop in Budapest: Two hurt
Explosion at shop in Budapest: Two hurt

Witnesses said cars were damaged in the blast at around 10.30pm local time on Saturday. The blast did not set off any fires at the scene. Images on local news media showed a ruined doorway. Security officials cordoned off the the busy Octogon intersection in the capital, evacuated visitors and told residents to leave the buildings nearest the blast...

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