• Video of Trump acknowledging business losses released
Video of Trump acknowledging business losses released

Donald Trump had his depositions in the nation's capital in June, and although the transcripts had been released, the videos were sealed. District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Brian Holeman ordered the release of Trump's deposition from June following requests filed by news organizations.

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  • USA defense chief says Hitler comments by Philippines
USA defense chief says Hitler comments by Philippines

Despite ongoing criticism from global leaders and human rights organizations, Duterte has continually boasted of the so-called success of his anti-drug policy and decried his critics, telling media that he is "portrayed to be a cousin of Hitler and yet (critics) do not even bother to find out, to investigate".

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  • Pakistan thumps West Indies by 111 runs in first ODI
Pakistan thumps West Indies by 111 runs in first ODI

A maiden one-day global century by Babar Azam set Pakistan on their way to a 111-run Duckworth-Lewis victory over the West Indies in Sharjah in the first of three day-night ODIs. Sharjeel was more brutal of the two as he scored 54 off 43 balls with the help of six boundaries and three sixes before holing out to Sunil Narine off Benn.

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  • Pence To Meet With Wisconsin's Walker For Debate Prep
Pence To Meet With Wisconsin's Walker For Debate Prep

While the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump was highly anticipated, the vice presidential debate should be equally as exciting. As the vice presidential candidates prepare to take the stage for a televised debate this Tuesday, a campaign official said GOP vice presidential candidate Mike Pence has been preparing for Tuesday's de...

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  • Grandmother of Indian soldier in Pakistan's custody dies
Grandmother of Indian soldier in Pakistan's custody dies

Rajnath Singh met with CISF DG O.P. Singh and NSG DG Sudhir Pratap Singh, sources said. During the hour-long meeting, the top security brass of the country briefed the Home Minister about the situation along the border. The Prime Minister will chair a meeting of Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) later in the day. Two officials based in Pakis...

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  • Strong winds from big typhoon hit Taiwan, at least 4 dead
Strong winds from big typhoon hit Taiwan, at least 4 dead

At its height, it was packing winds of up to 118 kilometers (74 miles) per hour, China's National Meteorological Center said. Typhoon Megi reached the Chinese coastline at around 2 a.m. Most of the injuries were obtained from falling and wind-blown objects. The mountainous regions across Taiwan have been affected by torrential rainfall.

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  • Philippines' Duterte to scrap future war games with US
Philippines' Duterte to scrap future war games with US

Roger Hollenbeck said Thursday that Duterte's comments haven't affected USA preparations for PHIBLEX, which will bring 1,400 US troops to the islands to train alongside 500 of their Philippine counterparts. As to the joint military drills with the US, Abella said no timetable has been set. Vietnam may be also be concerned about how Duterte approa...

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  • Forces push IS militants from key northern town
Forces push IS militants from key northern town

Mrs. Clinton was Secretary of State when that decision was made, which may be why she is so averse to admitting the truth now. Another 1,500 US troops are there in other capacities but aren't acknowledged by the Administration as part of the overall force.

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  • EU President: Finish Brexit negotiation before 2019 election
EU President: Finish Brexit negotiation before 2019 election

Last week, No 10 rejected an assertion by Donald Tusk, the European Council president, that the Brexit talks would begin in January or February; Theresa May has only said Article 50 would not be invoked before the start of 2017. Johnson, a former London mayor who was one of the most prominent campaigners to leave the European Union, said the bl...

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  • 1 dead, over 100 hurt in train crash at New Jersey station
1 dead, over 100 hurt in train crash at New Jersey station

Rail service has been suspended in and out of Hoboken, which is directly across the Hudson River from New York City. Roughly 15,100 people board through the Hoboken station each weekday, according to the agency. Last month, the Federal Railroad Administration said New Jersey Transit had a lot of work yet to do on installing the necessary equipment....

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  • Ex-Port Authority executive: Christie told about lane closures
Ex-Port Authority executive: Christie told about lane closures

In fact, several of the second-tier names that have surfaced in the scandal, like former Christie spokesman Michael Drewniak, are former Department of Justice employees who worked for Christie when he was US attorney and were later recruited by the governor to work in his administration or to serve inside the Port Authority .

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  • Pakistan says India will 'disintegrate' when Kashmir is free
Pakistan says India will 'disintegrate' when Kashmir is free

The World Bank, which negotiated the treaty, can do little to intervene other than call in neutral experts or appoint an arbitrator should India follow through with its threats - especially if Indian officials use provisions within the treaty to put pressure on Pakistan .

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  • Edo Decides: Sheriff Frowns At PDP's Rejection Of Result
Edo Decides: Sheriff Frowns At PDP's Rejection Of Result

With the decision to vote Obaseki who is equally people-friendly, reliable, trustworthy, and has the fear of God, the people have made the right choice and I can only urge them to continue to support him to deliver on the campaign promises.

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  • Kerry urges young Colombians to embrace peace
Kerry urges young Colombians to embrace peace

The agreement to end Latin America´s longest-running war will turn the FARC guerrillas into a political party fighting at the ballot box instead of the battlefield they have occupied since 1964."We are going to sign with a bullet-pen to illustrate the transition of bullets into education and future", said Santos, who staked his reputation on achiev...

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  • India's prime minister says Pakistan a haven for terrorism
India's prime minister says Pakistan a haven for terrorism

Abdul Basit said that Kashmir is the primary bone of contention between Pakistan and India and that Pakistan believes in resolving all disputes through dialogue. #6. Our 18 soldiers had to sacrifice their lives because of terrorists exported by our neighboring country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the session.

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  • 'Intentional' NYC blast injures more than two dozen
'Intentional' NYC blast injures more than two dozen

Investigators looked into it and didn't consider it relevant to the case, said the official who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation. The investigation into the weekend attacks in the USA is moving fast. Early Monday, FBI agents swarmed an apartment above a fried chicken restaurant in Elizabeth that's tied to Rahami...

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  • Pakistani troops killed in border clashes with India
Pakistani troops killed in border clashes with India

He strongly condemned the unprovoked aggression of the Indian forces along the Line of Control. "Pakistan has made it clear that if there is a surgical strike on Pakistani soil, same will be strongly responded", said Pakistan's Inter Services Public Relations in a statement.

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  • Obama touts $38 billion military aid package in meeting with Netanyahu
Obama touts $38 billion military aid package in meeting with Netanyahu

The Christian groups blasted Israel's occupation of Palestinian lands and said it kept the residents of Gaza "in prison-like conditions". "It is a very hard and risky time in the Middle East, and we want to make sure that Israel has the full capabilities it needs in order to keep the Israeli people safe", he said.

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  • Israeli leaders lay wreaths on Peres' casket
Israeli leaders lay wreaths on Peres' casket

Thousands of Israelis showed up at the Knesset on September 29 to pay their respects. "It's important that my children understand and respect what this man did, his values, his love for Israel, his want for peace", said Marielle Halimi, who waited outside for more than an hour to file past the coffin with her three children.

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  • Dr Liam Fox delivers bitter medicine to United Kingdom companies on exports
Dr Liam Fox delivers bitter medicine to United Kingdom companies on exports

He added that Brexit presents Britain with the opportunity to "forge a new role for ourselves in the world" that "puts British people first". Carlos Ghosn, chief executive of the Japanese carmaker Nissan, said on Thursday that his company would demand a United Kingdom deal offering compensation for any eventual trade costs resulting from Brexit b...

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