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Obama's sanctions push after nuclear test 'laughable': North Korea

It's also a misunderstanding to think that the North's youthful leader Kim Jong Un is unhinged, he added. But it has been infuriated by the isolated nation's nuclear and missile tests and has signed up to increasingly tough United Nations sanctions.

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Hillary Clinton talks faith, values, with black Baptists in Kansas City

Others said that Clinton's stance on women's issues made her remarks even more significant. People attending the convention are nearly entirely African American, conservative, middle-aged and dressed to the nines.In her address, Clinton, a life-long Methodist, quoted scripture to knowing smiles and nods.

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IS attack targets Turkey-backed Syrian rebels

A day earlier, the Pentagon said he was targeted by US-led coalition forces. "Kurdish fighters fought and died for a city the U.S.is now requesting they evacuate", said Michael Horowitz, a senior analyst at the Levantine Group security consultancy, referring to Manbij.

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Rodrigo Duterte tells Barack Obama he never cursed him

Tagalog speakers know that it's a different case with the phrase putang ina mo , because this is something said to a person's face, meaning "you're a son of whore". United States President Barack Obama has praised Malaysia's efforts in setting up the Regional Digital Counter-Messaging Communication Centre to curb Daesh influence and propaganda, according to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

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Iran begins construction on 2nd nuclear power plant

The July 2015 deal Iran signed with six major powers including Russian Federation placed restrictions on the sort of nuclear reactor it could develop and its production of nuclear fuel. One year after Tehran signed an agreement with six world powers on its nuclear program, it held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the launch of construction of two more nuclear power plants on the coasts of the Persian Gulf.

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Air strike kills top jihadist in Syria

Russian Federation is a key ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. It was not immediately clear who carried out the raids that also hit several neighbourhoods in Idlib and wounded at least 90 people, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

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Turkish Operation in Syria to Continue Until Kurdish Threat Eliminated - Erdogan

Think others should know about this? On Friday, Erdogan also briefed Putin on the Turkish incursion into Syria launched this week to liberate a key Islamic State stronghold, according to the officials. Turkey is part of the USA -led coalition fighting IS, but the airstrikes that began Saturday marked the first time it has targeted Kurdish-led forces in Syria .

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Key ruling on Dakota Access Pipeline due by end of Friday

Sam Grant of the Omaha tribe addresses members of the Ponca, Santee, Winnebago and Omaha Tribes in Nebraska and Iowa along with others during a rally on Thursday, Sept. From Illinois, the oil could go to markets and refineries across the Midwest, East Coast and Gulf Coast. The Hill obtained a statement from Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman Dave Archambault II, who was realistic about the ongoing battle to protect the land that the $3.7 billion pipeline would effect.

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Tragically Hip Frontman Gord Downie Launches New Project

Seven. Seven is not arbitrary. "With Gord shining his light on Charlie's story, I hope Canadians will take another step along the path to realize just how harmful and devastating those schools were for the over 150,000 children that attended them", Moran said in a statement .

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Zimbabwe police fire tear gas at opposition leaders

The controversial ruler said: "We have wasted the country's money on these rats we call athletes". Accompanied by ministers of defence and state intelligence, Sydney Sekeremayi and Kembo Mohadi, Chombo told a press conference on Thursday night that government was "fully aware" of the intentions of opposition parties and various groups to court global intervention in Zimbabwe's internal affairs.

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United States sanctions on North Kora ineffective: Journalist

United States ambassador Samantha Power said the council must use "every tool at its disposal" including new sanctions "to demonstrate to North Korea that there are consequences for its unlawful and risky actions". It will raise serious worries in many world capitals that North Korea has moved another step closer to its goal of a nuclear-armed missile that could one day strike the USA mainland.

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Clinton chastises Trump for comment on security briefing

Larry Sabato is director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. "I mean, you can say, oh, isn't that a bad thing - the man has very strong control over a country", Trump said . At his education event in Cleveland on Thursday, he went further, saying that "had I been in Congress at the time of the invasion, I would have cast a vote in opposition".

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US trade embargo persists despite thaw in ties, Cuba says

He added that after nearly two years of the announcement by US President Barack Obama of going towards the standardization of the relations with Cuba, this hostile politics remains as a limit. Since Cuba and the United States re-established diplomatic ties in a surprise move in December 2014, the two nations have opened embassies, restored commercial flights, eased travel restrictions, and negotiated trade, environmental, and communications agreements.

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Obama, Indian prime minister meet during summit

Obama also urged voters and the media not to let Trump off the hook for his outrageous proposals and sometimes untruthful statements. "I think that any reasonable person. He said that in recent years, the US and Asia had solidified "unprecedented" cooperation that will create more prosperity for their peoples. He says "this is where the action will be" in terms of commerce and trade.

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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chief: Russian Federation has no say on Georgia membership issue

Stoltenberg added the ongoing turmoil in Syria had affected Turkey . Speculation has grown of a possible joint Turkey-US operation to seize Raqa and possibly IS-held Mosul in northern Iraq after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan revealed he had discussed the issue with US counterpart Barack Obama at the G20 in China.

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Britain, EU should work together for smooth divorce, says UK PM May

The comments suggest Ms May has not completely given up hope of keeping Britain in the single market. The PM was viewed as a reluctant Remain backer during the referendum campaign although she is now seeking to convince Leave voters that she will honour their desire for Brexit in full.

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Michigan straight-party voting ban won't take effect

The Supreme Court did not share the reasoning behind its decision , but noted that Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas would have granted Michigan's request to halt the lower court's ruling. MI will remain, for now, among 10 states that allow voters to support an entire ticket of candidates from one party by marking a single box on their ballot.

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Pence Breaks From Trump's Favorite Pet Conspiracy, Says Obama Born In US

Gov. Mike Pence told reporters on Wednesday that he believes President Barack Obama was born in the United States. "When I was in Congress, Billy Long over there is in Congress", Pence said . Sources say both of those people were very impressed. Since then he has remained largely silent on the issue, telling Fox News' Bill O'Reilly yesterday "I don't even talk about it anymore, Bill, because I just don't bother talking about it".

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PlayStation®4 Pro and New, Slimmer PlayStation®4 to Launch in 2016

You won't see any new modes or special features in games on the PS4 Pro, just graphical improvements. It is simply the new standard base model for the PlayStation 4 moving forward. The system will have ultra-high-definition 4K and HDR support. The PS4 Pro is considered to be Sony's most powerful PlayStation console at the moment.

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Woman marries daughter after the two 'hit it off'

Patricia Spann , 43, and Misty Spann , 25, were legally married in March 2016 in Comanche County. The Department of Human Services started investigating the home of the Spanns two years ago, which was the time that Patricia and Misty reunited.

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Hillary Clinton Criticizes Donald Trump for Talking About Classified Security Briefing

The interruptions were enough to prompt the New Jersey governor, who also attended the briefing as a Trump adviser, to touch Flynn's arm in an effort to calm the general down, one source said. "That's not only risky, it should be disqualifying". Flynn serves as an adviser for the Trump campaign, while Christie is the head of the campaign's transition team.

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Petersburg College assisting displaced ITT Tech students

Students displaced by Tuesday's abrupt closure of ITT Technical Institute , including its Pittsburgh area campuses, are being invited to explore the feasibility of finishing their education at Community College of Allegheny County. The school offers a series of eight-week classes, called Late Start, beginning October 12. Beaufort Community College offers a wide range of degree programs, as well as online and hybrid classes.

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Murder suspect who climbed out of police cell recaptured

Perez will make another initial appearance in a North Las Vegas court on charges of murder, use of a firearm, escape and auto theft charges. The captain of the detective bureau said the suspect was incredibly lucky that his escape was successful, noting , "The planets aligned for that guy".

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Asean, China code for sea encounters

Between 1964 and 1973 a secret CIA-led operation to cut supplies to the Vietcong resulted in two million tons of ordinance being dropped on Laos - more than the combined total dropped on both Japan and Germany during World War Two. "When the president of the Philippines insulted our president, it was appropriate in a very low-key way to say: sorry, no meeting ", Clinton said in comments carried by Reuters .

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Death toll in crash of Mexico police helicopter rises to 5

The helicopter went down Tuesday during an operation to round up members of criminal organizations in the western state of Michoacan, killing the pilot and three officers, Gov. The officers were on a mission to arrest gang leaders in the city notorious for its thriving drug cartels. At least 150 people were killed in July alone, a twofold increase from the same month past year.