• Top line guides Canada to win in WCH finals opener
Top line guides Canada to win in WCH finals opener

Zdeno Chara scored for Europe in the first period. Canada goaltender Carey Price made 32 saves while Europe's Jaroslav Halak made 35 in the losing effort. "Those guys are very good finding the little area in the open slot", Europe defenseman Dennis Seidenberg said. Europe, meanwhile, has been getting a scoring boost from Slovakia's Tomas Tatar.

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  • Battle for besieged Syrian city of Aleppo intensifies
Battle for besieged Syrian city of Aleppo intensifies

Kerry said Wednesday the U.S.is preparing to "suspend U.S. -Russia bilateral engagement on Syria", including talks on a possible counter-extremist partnership, unless Russian and Syrian government attacks on Aleppo end. Syria's army took control of a rebel-held district in central Aleppo yesterday, after days of heavy air strikes that have kill...

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  • Pope Francis condemns Syria bombing
Pope Francis condemns Syria bombing

In the video, DJs play music, lights flash and clubbers socialize and dance at an event supposedly held this summer. It was unclear if the strikes were executed by Syrian forces or their Russian ally, both of which are carrying out bombing raids in Aleppo city.

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  • Boko Haram Hoists Flag In Borno Villages
Boko Haram Hoists Flag In Borno Villages

Boko Haram's Abubakar Shekau seems to be the proverbial cat with the nine lives, given the number of times the Nigerian army has claimed to have killed or "fatally wounded" him. The army dismissed the video Sunday as evidence of Shekau's desperation. The army also confirmed that another village, Kwang was also attacked by Boko Haram elements "s...

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  • Kerry threatens Russia with end to joint Syria diplomacy
Kerry threatens Russia with end to joint Syria diplomacy

With diplomacy in tatters and a month left to go before USA elections, the Syrian government and its Russian allies are using the time to try and recapture the northern city of Aleppo, mobilizing pro-government militias in the Old City and pressing ahead with the most destructive aerial campaign of the past five years.

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  • 300 mountain homes threatened by California fire
300 mountain homes threatened by California fire

At least one structure has been destroyed and no injuries have been reported. Ash poured on Gilroy on Tuesday, where hundreds of firefighters set up camp at Christmas Hill Park and trekked in four-wheel drives up steep mountain roads to battle the blaze.

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  • UK judge bans publication of hacked Pippa Middleton photos
UK judge bans publication of hacked Pippa Middleton photos

They included pictures of Kate Middleton and her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Police are already investigating allegations that Miss Middleton's account had been hacked. In the summer, Miss Middleton and hedge fund manager James Matthews confirmed their engagement, with a wedding planned for next year. The hacker reportedly c...

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  • Electricity returning to South Australia
Electricity returning to South Australia

It was earlier reported about 3000 properties were without power in SA after severe thunderstorms lashed the state. This led to a statewide outage, with SA Power Networks reporting 200,000 customers were left without electricity. The Bureau of Meteorology has warned the wild weathe could produce wind gusts of up to 140km/h, especially along the...

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  • Michelle Obama says America 'needs an adult' in White House
Michelle Obama says America 'needs an adult' in White House

President Obama and his family plan to stay in Washington D.C after his term is over so his daughter Sasha won't have to change schools. At his news conference and later, Trump falsely blamed the birther movement on Hillary Clinton and her advisers.

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  • Pakistan Army keeping a close eye on eastern border
Pakistan Army keeping a close eye on eastern border

He said Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif questioned the terrorists networks in Afghanistan during his recent visit to Germany. "We have always talked responsibly and never pointed finger at others until we found concrete evidence", he said.

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  • UN Security Council to meet on Syria
UN Security Council to meet on Syria

Western countries and worldwide aid organisations said they feared for the lives of more than 250,000 civilians believed to be trapped in the rebel-held zone of Aleppo, Syria's biggest city, which has been divided into opposition and Government sectors for years.

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  • Temecula Church Holds First Annual Pet Fair and Blessing of the Animals
Temecula Church Holds First Annual Pet Fair and Blessing of the Animals

Thomas Pet Fair from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. St. Paul Church, 935 E. State St., Salem: Does your pet need a blessing? Your pets are welcome at St. Thomas anytime. There will be pets available for adoption, rescue groups, youth groups, service animal groups and a veterinary office participating. All pets should be well-behaved, current on all vaccinati...

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  • Four killed, scores injured as Typhoon Megi sweeps across Taiwan
Four killed, scores injured as Typhoon Megi sweeps across Taiwan

Authorities raised alert levels for the island, which is prone to landslides and flooding. Typhoon Megi, also known as Typhoon Helen as it passed through the Philippines earlier on Monday, was expected to make full landfall in the latter part of the day but has already brought violent winds and torrential rain.

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  • Shell that hit Iraqi base contained sulfur-mustard agent
Shell that hit Iraqi base contained sulfur-mustard agent

Iraq's army is focusing on cutting off Islamic State of Iraq and Levant's (ISIL's) supply lines as USA advisers on the ground assist the Iraqis and the Kurdish peshmerga in preparing for an assault on Mosul. Tuesday's attack comes almost three months after a top Kurdish commander in northern Iraq said that the Islamic State was stepping up its...

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  • Hillary Clinton Just Declared War on the Rich Kids of Instagram
Hillary Clinton Just Declared War on the Rich Kids of Instagram

Under the new proposal, estates for individuals above $10 million would pay 50 percent, estates over $50 million would pay 55 percent, and those with assets above $500 million would get socked with a 65 percent tax. "Secretary Clinton understands that it is appropriate to ask the top three-tenths of 1 percent, the very wealthiest people in this cou...

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  • Syrian troops advance in central Aleppo near old quarter
Syrian troops advance in central Aleppo near old quarter

At least 124 people, mostly civilians, were killed in the bombardment of rebel-held eastern Aleppo since the army on Thursday announced an operation to take it, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said . The UN's envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura warned that the battle could be a "grinding, street-by-street fight, over the course of months if ...

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  • Philippines' Duterte to forge closer ties with China, Russia
Philippines' Duterte to forge closer ties with China, Russia

Duterte picked Ramos to start a process of dialogue with China in the wake of a controversial ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in the Hague, which invalidated Beijing's claim to most of the South China Sea. He also said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was expecting him in Moscow. "He (Duterte) makes public statements". "C...

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  • Police Officer Drives Grieving Man 100 Miles To His Family
Police Officer Drives Grieving Man 100 Miles To His Family

The driver of the vehicle had a warrant in Wayne County and was taken into custody. But Sgt Robison chose to give Ross a lift to Detroit instead after he broke down and explained his situation to him, ' Inside Edition reported . Robison ended up taking Ross to a coffee shop in Detroit where his cousin picked him up. "It was just so overwhelmin...

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  • Kerry: Aleppo fighting makes Syria deal unlikely
Kerry: Aleppo fighting makes Syria deal unlikely

Aid is seen strewn on the ground in the town of Urum al-Kubra on the western outskirts of Syria's northwestern city of Aleppo on September 20, 2016, the morning after a convoy delivering aid was hit by a deadly airstrike. Homs governor Talal Barazi says 120 gunmen and their families are expected to depart al-Waer neighborhood by bus as part of an a...

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  • Tropical wave approaches Lesser Antilles
Tropical wave approaches Lesser Antilles

An Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate the disturbance Tuesday. As of 8:00 a.m., invest 97L is located 1100 miles east-southeast of the islands and is continuing to show more organization, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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