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  • Iran warns USA against imposing new sanctions

    Iran warns USA against imposing new sanctions

    Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps commander, Major General Mohammad Ali Jaafari on Sunday warned the united states to relocate its regional bases out of the reach of Iran's missiles in case Washington takes new measures against Tehran .

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  • How to watch World Cup qualifier online

    How to watch World Cup qualifier online

    They could and maybe should have beaten England, but they did beat Lithuania and Malta before last week's crucial win over Slovakia, courtesy of Martin Skrtel's dramatic late own goal. So, if you want to watch Scotland's crunch World Cup qualifier online, here's Express.co.uk's guide to live streaming the action. Slovenia can still qualify but require both a win against Scotland here and a Maltese shock - so neither side will be settling for a draw .

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  • Lewis Hamilton WINS Japanese Grand Prix as Vettel's Ferrari retires

    Lewis Hamilton WINS Japanese Grand Prix as Vettel's Ferrari retires

    Engine problems forced the German out of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix on the fourth lap after his Ferrari mechanics had worked feverishly on the starting grid to try and fix an engine problem. "I just felt a couple of things so you just point out things that you might forget to tell them". With the issue unresolved, the four times world champion retired from the race after just four laps with his title hopes in tatters.

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  • Swedish journalist Kim Wall's decapitated head is found

    Swedish journalist Kim Wall's decapitated head is found

    The head, legs and clothes of Swedish journalist Kim Wall - who died after going on a trip with an inventor on his submarine - have been found by divers, police in Denmark have said. Officials said her head, arms and legs had been deliberately cut off after her death. In September, he told a court Wall died in an accident when she was hit by the submarine's heavy hatch cover .

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  • We can not afford to have a digital divide

    Both the Congress and the BJP are seeking divine intervention for winning Gujarat Assembly elections. Emphasising that the definition of development is changing, the PM said, "Earlier, a hand pump would be put and a leader would use that for multiple elections".

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  • 'Morning Joe's' Mika Brzezinski to Cancel Book Deal Unless Harvey Weinstein Resigns

    'Morning Joe's' Mika Brzezinski to Cancel Book Deal Unless Harvey Weinstein Resigns

    Now that the New York Times has officially outed Harvey Weinstein for his allegedly decades long history of sexual misconduct, others are finding it easier to come forward. Weinstein then allegedly undid his trousers and started masturbating in front of her. Sivan said she was deeply shocked by Weinstein's behavior and was frozen and didn't know what to do or say.

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  • Supreme Court Collegium recommends 3 for elevation as Kerala HC judges

    Supreme Court Collegium recommends 3 for elevation as Kerala HC judges

    The lawsuit also lists a number of white judges who engaged in criminal behavior, who the attorneys argue were treated more fairly or less severely than Griffen, an African-American judge who has not been accused of criminal activity. "This is a legislative function in our Constitution", Hutchinson said of HR1001. University of Chicago law professor Geoffrey Stone, an expert on the First Amendment, says that public employees are held to different standards than private citizens, and thus may ...

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  • Bump fire stocks found on Las Vegas shooter's guns

    Now, the bump stock - an accessory many people had never heard of before Sunday - is at the center of our country's gun debate. "I'm not an expert on bump stocks, [but] all things that make America safer and don't infringe on the Second Amendment, count me in", Graham said.

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  • VK Sasikala out on 5-day emergency parole

    VK Sasikala out on 5-day emergency parole

    According to the conditions, Sasikala is allowed only to visit the hospital where her husband is admitted and stay at her house in Chennai . Sidelined AIADMK leader VK Sasikala was on Friday reportedly granted five-day parole by Karnataka jail authorities.

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  • Oil Slides Near $50 on Signs US Fuel Stockpiles Increased

    Oil Slides Near $50 on Signs US Fuel Stockpiles Increased

    Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdul Aziz harshly criticised Iran on his first visit to Russian Federation, which has close relations with the Islamic republic. However, any discord was eclipsed by mutual expressions of respect, and the pomp and ceremony laid on by Russian officials to greet the Saudi king. "But you shouldn't think it's forever".

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  • Tillerson denies report he thought of resigning

    News reported early Wednesday morning that Tillerson almost resigned over the summer " amid mounting policy disputes and clashes with the White House ". When asked to respond to reports that he called Trump a moron, Tillerson didn't offer a denial. He called the network "fake news" and said "they are a disgrace to good reporting ".

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  • Netanyahu: Israel Won't Accept 'Fake Reconciliation' Between Hamas Terrorists and Fatah

    Netanyahu: Israel Won't Accept 'Fake Reconciliation' Between Hamas Terrorists and Fatah

    Meanwhile, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the Palestinian unity government, saying that the state "won't accept reconciliation at the expense of Israel's existence". Mahmud warned that a full reconciliation deal would take time. The disarmament dispute came after the authority's Cabinet held a meeting in Gaza and Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sissi hailed the effort at Palestinian reconciliation as a harbinger of Middle East peace.

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  • Las Vegas Shooting: ISIS Claims Responsibility, Says Shooter Is One Of Them

    Las Vegas Shooting: ISIS Claims Responsibility, Says Shooter Is One Of Them

    Abu Baker al-Maqdisi, a senior jihadist associated with the terrorist organization, told Breitbart Jerusalem that mass murderer Stephen Paddock was recruited by ISIS when he converted to Islam several months ago. Isis was also linked to a vehicle and knife attack in Edmonton, Canada, where a police officer found a flag used by the group in the perpetrator's auto.

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  • Paddock's Girlfriend Says She Did Not Know About His Plans

    Paddock's Girlfriend Says She Did Not Know About His Plans

    She says he wired her money while she was there to buy a house for herself and her family. On Oct. 3, two days after the shooting , Danley returned to the US met by federal agents. Marilou Danley's comments came hours before police suggested Stephen Paddock had been living "a secret life". The local authorities in Las Vegas have said that the mass shooting of around 600 people, which killed 59, was premeditated and pre-planned.

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  • Would you want to live in the City of Amazon, Ga.?

    Would you want to live in the City of Amazon, Ga.?

    Stonecrest will also be competing with nearby Atlanta, which is planning to submit its own response to Amazon's request for proposals. "If Amazon wants the talent pool, infrastructure, and services that a big city provides, NY (metro area) is very well-positioned to land HQ2".

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  • 'Monopoly Man' photobombs former Equifax CEO during hearing on massive data breach

    'Monopoly Man' photobombs former Equifax CEO during hearing on massive data breach

    The unidentified impersonator sat behind the company's former CEO, Richard Smith, who was grilled about the firm's response to the breach. No word on if " Monopoly man " plans to attend as well. The protester was with the group Public Citizen, a consumer rights advocate. "Make no mistake: Arbitration is a rigged game, one that the bank almost always wins", Werner said in a statement .

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