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  • Boko Haram leader killed in Raid by Nigerian army

    It is open question whether Shekau even leads Boko Haram , however, as the Islamic State group spurred an internal leadership crisis in the organization earlier this month. "To effectively counter violent extremism, we have to ensure that military action is coupled with a reinforced commitment to values like integrity, good governance, education, compassion, security and respect for human rights", Mr.

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  • Romanian PM heads to Italy for quake funeral

    Representatives of diplomatic corps in Azerbaijan, public figures and government officials have signed the book. The evening Mass in the hard-hit town of Amatrice for dozens of the 292 people killed is the second state funeral for victims of the August 24 temblor that flattened three towns in central Italy.

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  • United Kingdom police arrest 6 teens suspected of murdering Pole

    United Kingdom police arrest 6 teens suspected of murdering Pole

    Police arrested four boys aged 15 and one aged 16 on suspicion of attempted then rearrested them all on suspicion of murder after Jozwik died from his injuries on 29 August. He said: "My heartfelt thoughts and sympathies go out to the families and friends affected by this meaningless incident". Flowers have been left on a bench near to where the attack took place in The Stow.

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  • EU Could Force Apple to Pay Billions in Back Taxes

    The ruling is the highest profile move yet in the European battle to make global companies pay what authorities consider their fair share of EU taxes. In October Brussels ordered United States coffee giant Starbucks and Italian automaker Fiat to each repay up to 30 million euros ($34 million) in back taxes to the Netherlands and Luxembourg respectively.

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  • Christie Insists Trump Isn't Waffling on Immigration

    Christie Insists Trump Isn't Waffling on Immigration

    In a matchup including Libertarian Party nominee Gary JohnsonGary JohnsonPoll: Clinton has 6-point lead over Trump Supreme Court shuts down Ohio Libertarians" ballot request Gary Johnson: Trump "fumbling' on immigration MORE and Green Party nominee Jill Stein , Clinton has a 4-point lead over the Trump , 41 to 37 percent.

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  • Apple Told To Pay $14.5 Billion Irish Tax Bill; CEO Says No

    The inquiry found that Ireland's treatment of Apple allowed the global brand to avoid taxation on nearly all profits generated by sales in the entire European single market. That head office existed only on paper: "It has no employees, no premises, no real activities", she said. "In fact, this selective treatment allowed Apple to pay an effective corporate tax rate of 1 per cent on its European profits in 2003 down to 0.005 per cent in 2014", she added.

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  • European Commission Slams Apple With $14.5bn Tax Bill

    Ireland has been seeking to attract USA multinationals by offering extremely favourable tax conditions, known as "sweetheart deals". Top Apple executives from Apple have voiced their violent disapproval of Tuesday's decision by the European Union to order Ireland to recover up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) in back taxes from the tech giant.

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  • Huma Abedin: Clinton aide is known as her 'second daughter'

    The New York Post published photos late Sunday that the newspaper said Weiner had sent a year ago to a woman it identified only as a "40-something divorcee". "Who knows what he learned and who he told?" Former President Bill Clinton officiated when Abedin and Weiner married in 2010. This time, he allegedly sent an unidentified woman a lewd photo as his four-year-old son slept beside him.

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  • Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Debate On Criminal Justice Reform

    Clinton prominently featured several women from the organization, Mothers of the Movement, at the Democratic National Convention after she encouraged the women to band together to fight for racial justice. He is opposing Democrat Evan Bayh, a former senator. Clinton's campaign didn't immediately respond to CNN's request for a comment. "Simply being able to deliver a speech from a teleprompter doesn't negate months and months of concerning statements about the way that Trump would ...

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  • Fatal crash forces closure of I-35W north of Minneapolis

    Fatal crash forces closure of I-35W north of Minneapolis

    A total of nine people were in the truck. The seven who were injured are expected to survive, the patrol said. The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community confirms that their Beartown firefighting crew was involved in the crash. The police response to the accident was extensive, and traffic on I-35W was reduced to one lane in both directions. The northbound lanes reopened around 5:30 p.m.

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  • Full ban on burkinis would stoke tensions, admits French minister

    However, former President Nicolas Sarkozy, who marking a political return from the platform of Les Republicains party, has called for a law that would allow mayors to impose ban on burkini. "Certain opposition leaders are making a lot of noise". On Friday, France's Council of State suspended the controversial ban on Muslim women's full-body swimsuits on the grounds that it violates the basic freedoms of dress, religious expression and movement.

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  • The Bombing of a Hospital in Yemen

    People gather at the site of a hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders damaged by a Saudi-led airstrike in the northern town of Abs, Yemen , Tuesday, Aug.16, 2016. "The circumstances of this attack must be thoroughly and independently investigated", said Magdalena Mughrabi, Amnesty International's Deputy Director of the Middle East and North Africa Programme.

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  • Rosberg ganó GP de Bélgica

    Rosberg ganó GP de Bélgica

    Rosberg se fue hacia el triunfo al manejar la carrera con solvencia. Haciendo gala de fairplay felicitó a su compañero y rival por el Mundial, por su gran remontada, tras salir en el puesto 21 debido a una sanción. Finalmente quedó undécimo, a las puertas de los puntos, dejando con mal sabor de boca a los miles de holandeses y belgas presentes en las gradas para apoyarle.

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  • President Obama to visit flood-stricken Baton Rouge next week

    President Obama to visit flood-stricken Baton Rouge next week

    While, the federal response has largely received high marks, Kovacs also argued that the federal government "in many ways" told residents in the impacted areas previously that they didn't need to buy flood insurance and is now telling them that they are not going to be helped because they didn't have flood insurance.

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  • Britney Spears' VMA Performance Is Dividing Her Fans

    She danced through fire and smoke, took a baseball bat to a camera and had her dancers end the performance laying on the stage to symbolize the power of women. All my adult life, I've looked up to her even though she's younger than me", said Drake . We know this, I mean, she's Rihanna . Fans who picked up on the Venus symbol commented that it was the flawless close to Formation , a song celebrating black womanhood.

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  • Colombianos tienen 38 días para leer 297 páginas del acuerdo de paz

    El último alto el fuego de las FARC comenzó el 20 de julio de 2015 y se ha mantenido desde entonces, periodo en el que se han reducido a mínimos históricos los niveles de confrontación con esa guerrilla. El siguiente paso de la guerrilla colombiana será la celebración de la X Conferencia Nacional Guerrillera, que tendrá lugar del 13 al 19 de septiembre en la zona de los Llanos del Yari (sur de Colombia ).

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  • Illinois Elections System Hack Prompts FBI Warning To States

    Illinois Elections System Hack Prompts FBI Warning To States

    The hack in IL marked the first confirmation that such a breach could be executed successfully, said Nikki Baines Charlson, deputy administrator of the Maryland Board of Elections. It added that "attempts should not be made to touch or ping the IP addresses directly". Concerns about election computer security prompted the homeland security secretary, Jeh Johnson, to convene a conference call with state election officials earlier this month, to offer help in making their voting systems ...

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  • "Timochenko" anuncia mañana el cese el fuego definitivo de Farc

    Así, manifestó la "clara y definida vocación por la reconciliación" de parte de las FARC a "los soldados, marinos, pilotos de la fuerza aérea, policías y organismos de seguridad e inteligencia del Estado". "Nunca más padres enterrando a sus hijos e hijas caídos en la guerra", sostuvo este domingo el líder de las FARC. El anuncio tendrá lugar en el Hotel Nacional de la capital cubana a las 17 horas (21.00 GMT), en una comparecencia ante los medios donde no se permitirán preguntas.

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  • Christie: Trump Will Handle Undocumented Immigrants 'In A Humane Way'

    Christie: Trump Will Handle Undocumented Immigrants 'In A Humane Way'

    A strong and visible base of white supremacists is a pretty easy attack point for any opposing politician, so unsurprisingly, the Clinton campaign has hit Trump on that point quite a bit recently. "You all focus on process, Martha, instead of the message", Christie said. The next day, he ruled out legal status, "unless they leave the country and come back", he told CNN .

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  • Tillakaratne Dilshan retires from one-day internationals

    Zampa then trapped Mathews (2) in front to land his second telling blow in the space of three deliveries, the Sri Lanka skipper reviewing the decision unsuccessfully to leave the hosts in trouble at 4-103. That Australia (108 points) narrowly sit behind India (110) and the freshly crowned Pakistan (111 points) means they have a chance to quickly vault up the Test rankings but Pakistan and South Africa shape as significant challenges this summer, even though the Proteas have slipped to seventh.

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  • Krauthammer on Alleged Ransom to Iran: 'Of Course It Was an Exchange'

    The administration's task in denying that allegation just became much more hard. The Wall Street Journal reported in early August that the $400 million was placed on a cargo plane and delivered to Iran. "We now know it was ransom", Rep. Ed Royce (R-Fullerton), chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, told The New York Times. "The president spoke to this settlement".

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  • Krauthammer: The 'Real Scandal' Is What's Behind $400M Cash Payment to Iran

    Krauthammer: The 'Real Scandal' Is What's Behind $400M Cash Payment to Iran

    In a speech Thursday night in Charlotte, N.C., Trump accused Obama of lying. Sure, we used foreign money from foreign banks sent on an unmarked cargo plane to Iran, but it wasn't a secret. Following the deposing of the Shah of Iran, so called Iranian students stormed the USA embassy and held hostage 66 diplomats and US citizens. That clearly is not what Obama said in early August.

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  • Obama To Create Largest Protected Marine Area on the Planet

    Obama To Create Largest Protected Marine Area on the Planet

    A fact sheet previewing the announcement states that the expanded area is considered a sacred place for Native Hawaiians. In an announcement, the White House said that Obama would travel to the area in the coming week. In recent years, technological advances have spurred new scientific findings, greatly increasing our understanding of the areas adjacent to the original monument .

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  • Putin To Visit Japan In December

    Putin To Visit Japan In December

    Tokyo-Moscow relations have been hamstrung by the dispute over the islands in the Pacific, known as the Northern Territories in Japan and the Southern Kuriles in Russian Federation, which the Soviet Union seized after it declared war on Japan on August 8, 1945.

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  • Islamic State group says spokesman killed in Syria

    Islamic State group says spokesman killed in Syria

    An ISIS spokesman and one of the jihadist group's longest-serving officials has been killed in Aleppo in Syria, it has been reported. Abu Mohammad al-Adnani was second in command to notorious leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and was hotly tipped to be next in line to fill his shoes.

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  • Storm threat dissippiates for Florida, remains for Gulf next week

    The system will move in the general direction of the Bahamas on Thursday where Chris said it should strengthen. "However, environmental conditions could become a little more conducive for development over the weekend or early next week while the system moves through the straits of Florida and into the eastern Gulf of Mexico".

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