• Maple Leafs' Auston Matthews scores 4 goals in National Hockey League debut
Maple Leafs' Auston Matthews scores 4 goals in National Hockey League debut

It was one of those times where you're watching history being made and it was surreal. Ottawa's Kyle Turris lifted the Senators level with Matthews at 4-4 just 6:45 into the third period and he connected again 37 seconds into extra time for the game victor.

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  • Working to make India an arbitration hub: Narendra Modi
Working to make India an arbitration hub: Narendra Modi

Mr Thakur said, "Why do people go to Singapore for arbitration? The need for strengthening our judicial system is deeply connected to our ambition for economic growth". Emphasising the need to have credible institutions to offer arbitration, he said that not only former judges but also domain experts should be engaged.

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  • Philippines says to keep United States ties but will not be subservient
Philippines says to keep United States ties but will not be subservient

Mr Duterte declined to comment on the U.S. elections but called Russian President Vladimir Putin his "favorite hero". "It's the only way". "The People's Republic of China's invitation to Duterte for state visit signaled a massive potential for tourism exchange, as well as momentous diplomatic relations between PRC and the Philippines ", Teo ...

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  • 172 inmates escape Haiti jail after killing guard; only a dozen recaptured
172 inmates escape Haiti jail after killing guard; only a dozen recaptured

United Nations peacekeeping forces are helping the police in their attempt to round up some 174 prisoners who escaped the Arcahaie prison on Saturday. It isn't clear how numerous escaped prisoners were convicted of serious crimes and how many were in the prison awaiting trial. More than 170 inmates escape from facility in town north of Port-au-P...

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  • Trump takes aim at women accusers
Trump takes aim at women accusers

His rally was going on at the same time as Zervos' news conference. The New York billionaire denied the allegations and blamed them on Clinton's campaign and a complicit news media. As the presidential election draws to a close, Mr Obama has increasingly embraced his role as troll-in-chief to the former reality star who hopes to succeed him in ...

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  • Cameroon train derailment death toll hits 73
Cameroon train derailment death toll hits 73

The accident took place on Friday when the passenger train from Cameroon's capital Yaounde to economic capital Douala derailed around 12.00 hrs local time. Rescue workers and medical staff at hospitals put the death toll at 73, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not permitted to speak to the press about the issue.

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  • Led coalition increases airstrikes on militant-held Mosul
Led coalition increases airstrikes on militant-held Mosul

Without mentioning Turkey by name, the U.S. State Department said Wednesday that "all worldwide forces in Iraq should be there with the approval and in coordination with the government of Iraq ". In response, Mrs. Clinton reminded her Republican rival that a complex military operation like Mosul required diligent planning to give the mission eve...

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  • Donald Trump appears to confuse abortions with C-sections in presidential debate
Donald Trump appears to confuse abortions with C-sections in presidential debate

Trump said he would appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade . "I strongly support Roe v. Wade , which guarantees a constitutional right to a woman to make the most intimate, most hard in many cases, decisions about her health care that one can imagine", Clinton said.

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  • 53 killed in Cameroon train derailment
53 killed in Cameroon train derailment

More than 50 people were killed and over 500 others were injured when the train swung off the tracks. The accident occurred at around 11 am local time (1000 GMT), when the packed Camrail inter-city train was heading from the capital Yaounde to the port city of Douala.

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  • South Africa Opposition kicks against plan to leave ICC
South Africa Opposition kicks against plan to leave ICC

South Africa's announcement came days after the East African nation of Burundi said it would quit the court, raising fears that some of the court's other vehement critics in Africa, like Kenya and Uganda, would also pull out. South Africa's decision to withdraw can be traced back to Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir's controversial visit to S...

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  • For first lady, Trump is he who shall remain nameless
For first lady, Trump is he who shall remain nameless

Trump's claims of a rigged election - culminating in his declaration during Wednesday night's debate that he would "look at it at the time " when asked whether he'd accept the results of the election - have fueled an anti-election fervor among his supporters, many of whom warn at his rallies of an "uprising" if the GOP nominee loses.

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  • Belgium urged to break EU-Canada trade deadlock by Monday
Belgium urged to break EU-Canada trade deadlock by Monday

The negotiations were concluded in August 2014 with the agreement to be approved by the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament and all EU member states. Schulz to restart negotiations were not yet known". On Saturday, 8,000 people including young people, farmers, union leaders and entrepreneurs joined a rally in Amsterdam in a sho...

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  • Lewis Hamilton beats Nico Rosberg to claim US Grand Prix pole
Lewis Hamilton beats Nico Rosberg to claim US Grand Prix pole

Hamilton , a victor on three of the four occasions the race has been staged here in Austin , can win on Sunday, next week in Mexico, and the final two rounds of the season in Brazil and Abu Dhabi, and still fall short in his quest for a fourth championship.

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  • Cyber Attacks hit PayPal,Twitter; Spread from United States to Europe, Asia
Cyber Attacks hit PayPal,Twitter; Spread from United States to Europe, Asia

Twitter, Spotify, and Reddit were among the sites taken offline on Friday . Dyn provides domain name server services to websites, part of the infrastructure that makes the internet easy for everyone to use. Woodward, who is also a cybersecurity adviser to the EU's law enforcement intelligence agency Europol, cautions too that Mirai may not b...

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  • Duterte: Separation doesn't mean severing ties with US
Duterte: Separation doesn't mean severing ties with US

While Beijing has laid out the red carpet for Rodrigo Duterte this week, and returned the embrace of the Philippine President, it is under no illusion that Manila will pivot away from Washington. The President's announcement of a China-Philippines-Russia triumvirate also does not show independence, he said. The case had been filed by the Philippine...

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  • AT&T Will Buy Time Warner For More Than $80 Billion
AT&T Will Buy Time Warner For More Than $80 Billion

AT&T is the second-largest USA wireless carrier and third-largest cable TV provider in the United States, while Time Warner controls a valuable stable of entertainment content suppliers, including Warner Bros . Last year, Verizon also paid $4.4 billion to buy AOL. Time Warner , Walt Disney Co and competitors such Viacom are all confronting sim...

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  • Clinton Campaign: No Health Issues After Mailed Powder Found
Clinton Campaign: No Health Issues After Mailed Powder Found

This news story is related to Latest/159130-Suspicious-envelope-found-at-Clinton-campaign-office-police/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne. Four people who were exposed to the envelope were evaluated by medical personnel and are OK, 1010 WINS' Roger Stern reported .

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  • Medical evacuations from Aleppo fail to materialize
Medical evacuations from Aleppo fail to materialize

Mr Zeid, a Jordanian prince, said rights violations and abuses in Syria "constitute crimes of historic proportions ". Meanwhile Russia described supporters of the resolution as friends of terrorists and extremists. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation sources believe the carrier holds aircraft and munitions to further bomb Syria. Russian Federat...

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  • Syrian government opens corridor in Aleppo for evacuations
Syrian government opens corridor in Aleppo for evacuations

The Syrian army says it has opened eight corridors across the front line for the more than 250,000 civilians in rebel-held areas to leave, but so far nearly none have taken up the offer. The Syrian opposition National Coalition and rebel Free Syrian Army criticised United Nations policy in a statement, saying it "plays into the Assad regime s plans...

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  • Not there yet to sign EU-Canada deal — EU trade chief
Not there yet to sign EU-Canada deal — EU trade chief

The European Commission has given Brussels a deadline of this Friday to secure support, but Magnette said earlier Wednesday that "we can not sign by Friday", when a two-day summit of EU government leaders is to end. "We renegotiated the rules of the deal so that we fully clarified that governments can legislate, on their own, progressive social and...

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