• BMA: More British medics won't fix NHS
BMA: More British medics won't fix NHS

But ministers hope it will slash the £1.2billion a year spent on locums, many from overseas. Jeremy Hunt has suggested he would like to see fewer foreign doctors in the NHS after Brexit. She added: "The idea we can be self-sufficient in medical staff is ridiculous". While it is welcome that he has finally admitted the government has failed to t...

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  • Colombia's Peace Deal Is In Pieces. So What Happens Next?
Colombia's Peace Deal Is In Pieces. So What Happens Next?

And, Otis says, the overall intensity of the war has been lower for the past several years. Commenting on the results of the plebiscite, she added that many voters in urban areas "don't have any empathy for the war affecting the most remote regions, neither for the pain suffered there".

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  • Kelly Clarkson Plays Celebrity Confessions On The Ellen Show
Kelly Clarkson Plays Celebrity Confessions On The Ellen Show

Kelly Clarkson has publicly apologised to a former date she dumped after he bored her with tales about his height. "And then I went to the bathroom. and I left". "He proceeded to talk about his height for a solid hour", Clarkson said. Like especially me, I'm such a creative person that I yo-yo. "I don't have time to make you feel like it was your...

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  • Moscow: US failed in its Syria commitments
Moscow: US failed in its Syria commitments

The announcement came after Washington said it was suspending talks with Moscow aimed at reviving a ceasefire deal over Russia's support for the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. But White House spokesman Josh Earnest says there are clear difficulties in reaching such a resolution. The US has said it would have to take an alternat...

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  • In riposte to Sharif, India says Pak. remains attached to terror
In riposte to Sharif, India says Pak. remains attached to terror

It was agreed that there is a need to further improve collection, collation, analysis and use of intelligence input to defeat terrorism in the country, Dawn online reported. He said that Pakistan wants to resolve all the outstanding issues with India through composite dialogue. Nawaz Sharif said that Indian agenda posed a danger to the stabilit...

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  • Assad steps up Aleppo siege as satellite images reveal destruction
Assad steps up Aleppo siege as satellite images reveal destruction

Bromley says UNOSAT can not assess blame, but satellite imagery definitely confirms that the bombing took place. But Moscow has denied it was responsible, instead blaming a blaze for the widespread damage. Security Council on September 25, who cited "information" from unspecified sources "that tell us that more than half of fighters present in ...

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  • Senator reverses embrace of Trump, showing his risks for GOP
Senator reverses embrace of Trump, showing his risks for GOP

Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) on October 3, eventually saying he "absolutely" is. President Obama thinks "hundreds of millions of Americans" are role models for children, the White House said on Tuesday. Her reply: "Because I've had some disagreements with him, and I've been quite clear about those disagreements". Andrew Smith, an associate professo...

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  • New investigative reports point to voter fraud in Pennsylvania, Indiana
New investigative reports point to voter fraud in Pennsylvania, Indiana

The investigation has expanded from Marion and Hendricks counties to include Allen, Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Lake and Madison counties, according to a statement from State Police. For example, if someone transposes digits in a phone number or forgets to fill out their ZIP code, the canvasser can not complete that information for them, ...

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  • Supreme Court will not hear Washington Redskins trademark appeal
Supreme Court will not hear Washington Redskins trademark appeal

The justices also rejected an appeal from the NFL's Washington Redskins challenging a law that bars offensive trademarks. "Depending on how the election goes, new executive actions might eventually take the place of DACA and DAPA and a nine-member court might end up ruling more definitively on these actions".

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  • Two Americans drugged at United Nations event in Russian Federation
Two Americans drugged at United Nations event in Russian Federation

Russian intruders have broken into the apartments of US officials and rearranged their furniture, turned on faucets, or turned on all the lights before leaving. US State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Kennedy Trudeau said: "We are troubled, and we remain troubled, by the way our diplomatic and consular staff have been treated over the past two ye...

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  • Explosion hits Turkish army convoy in Kurdish southeast, 8 hurt
Explosion hits Turkish army convoy in Kurdish southeast, 8 hurt

The report says the terrorist attack was planned by the Kurdistan Workers' Party ( PKK ). The bomb, allegedly planted by the PKK members, exploded when a vehicle carrying the forces passed by, the agency said, adding that an operation was under way to hunt down the assailants who fled.

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  • Jordanian Writer Shot Dead in Front of Court Before Trial Over Cartoon
Jordanian Writer Shot Dead in Front of Court Before Trial Over Cartoon

The reports said Abdullah had recently returned from a trip overseas, but gave no further details. "Certain acts of incitement to hatred could be defined as terrorist crimes. He was arrested last month after sharing a cartoon on social media. Hattar had apologized and said he did not mean to insult God but had shared the cartoon to mock funda...

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  • Russian embassy in Syria shelled again; Moscow blames U.S. policy
Russian embassy in Syria shelled again; Moscow blames U.S. policy

There are several other fronts open between rebels and the government across the country, while ISIS continues to stage large-scale attacks against all sides of the conflict. As part of the suspension, the U.S.is withdrawing personnel that it had dispatched to take part in the creation of a joint U.S. -Russia center. More than 3,00,000 people hav...

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  • RNC prematurely declares Mike Pence debate victor two hours before start time
RNC prematurely declares Mike Pence debate victor two hours before start time

The VP debate, the only time Pence and Kaine will meet each other , won't draw viewers like last month's presidential debate between Trump and Clinton . Kaine's record from 2013 to 2016 is compared to the voting record of Sen. We created vice presidential debate bingo cards. "And a little bit more traditional than my running mate".

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  • Man rescued after week at sea to be reunited with family
Man rescued after week at sea to be reunited with family

Nathan Carman , 22, was dropped off in Boston's harbor this morning by a Chinese freighter called the Orient Lucky. Nathan and his mother were reported missing last Sunday, September 18, after failing to return from an offshore fishing trip in a 31-foot center console boat named Chicken Pox .

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  • Obama, DiCaprio team up against climate change
Obama, DiCaprio team up against climate change

The discussion took place ahead of the United States premiere of DiCaprio's " Before the Flood " documentary, which he produced and starred in and which has been directed by Academy Award victor Fisher Stevens (producer of "The Cove" and "Racing Extinction").

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  • Pakistan Says India Distracting Military From Terrorism Fight
Pakistan Says India Distracting Military From Terrorism Fight

He also said that it is also important for the European Union to maintain pressure on Pakistan to eliminate the terror networks that operate within its borders. Even so, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been attempting to isolate Pakistan internationally without sparking further conflict, though there have been additional episodes of fir...

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  • Afghan forces flushing Taliban out of Kunduz
Afghan forces flushing Taliban out of Kunduz

The Taliban attack came a day before a two-day conference begins in Brussels, aimed at providing renewed political and financial support for the Afghan government. "[The] US continues to maintain robust enablers in the area and will support as needed", it said. "We are not observing evidence via our internal means to support the reports that Kund...

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  • Polish government backs away from total abortion ban bid after mass demo
Polish government backs away from total abortion ban bid after mass demo

On Monday almost 100,000 people donned black and attended street protests across the country, while there were also rallies in Brussels and other European cities. She said that all views on the matter need to be respected. Doctors who do abortions and women who have them could face jail time of up to five years.

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  • Migrants march toward Hungary border to demand its opening
Migrants march toward Hungary border to demand its opening

The number of migrants blocked inside Serbia has grown significantly since Hungary in July introduced tough new measures aimed at stopping them crossing the border. Hankrim from Afghanistan, who gave only his first name, said he has been on the road for six months, sleeping on roads and parks. Serbia said Tuesday it would not erect a wire border ...

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