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Chibok girls swapped for detainees, ransom or both?

In a statement by Laolu Akande, Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to Yemi Osinbajo, the Vice President was quoted as saying the government would take care of the girls. In photos of the meeting released by the government, numerous women appeared malnourished, their clothes hanging loosely over their bony frames. Mr Lawan Zanna, the father of Aisha Zanna, one of the abducted girls, said by telephone that he hoped his daughter had been freed.

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Email: Clinton campaign sought to cancel Wall Street speech

It was also noted that getting Wilson on side could mean a big donation: " If she draws him out it produces a seven figure return ", Ross wrote . Podesta has said a Federal Bureau of Investigation's inquiry into the intrusion of his email files is part of a wider FBI probe into Russia's suspected role in the hacking of many other Democratic Party emails, a charge that Moscow denies.

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The President left for India to address an International Summit

Russian Federation and Brazil are in recession, China's growth is down to its weakest in a quarter century, South Africa's economy has also contracted, and although India's economy has revived, the country is still struggling to increase investment and create jobs.

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Oil Retreats From 12-Month High

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude slipped 35 cents, or 0.7 percent, to $51. United States benchmark West Texas Intermediate for November delivery jumped $1.54 to $51.35 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, the highest closing price since July 2015.

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Newtown Families' Lawsuit Against Remington Arms Dismissed

The families said the rifle used by Adam Lanza, 20, in the massacre should not have been publicly available. On Friday Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis threw out the lawsuit against the gun maker brought by the families of the Sandy Hook tragedy.

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Russian Federation to supply S-400 missile systems, Project 11356 frigates to India

Russian Federation and Pakistan carried out their first joint military exercise last month. India and Russian Federation have been in talks for over a year for the purchase of at least S S400 systems that will be a game changer in the region.

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Boston police officers wounded in shooting remain critical

East Boston candle light vigil for Officers Cintolo&Morris. "Before we get into Cincinnati, just on behalf of the team, we just want to send our - express our appreciation and support for the Boston Police Department", Belichick said . When officers arrived, Figueroa opened fire on them with a shotgun at close range. "I can't thank them enough", Evans said. Officer Richard Cintolo is recovering from yesterday's surgery and police say he is in good spirits.

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India, Russia vow to expand bilateral relations after recent bump

But they also spent considerable time on talks to stem the drift in their ties as India engages more closely with the United States. But the missile defence system is not the only thing India will be getting from Russia; a JV to build Russian Kamov 226-T helicopters has been entered into.

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ISIS using exploding drones

The incident allegedly happened on October 2, in Erbil , the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan where French troops from Task Force Hydra have been fighting alongside Kurdish Peshmerga fighters against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorists for two years now, Le Monde and The New York Times reported.

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Gun battle at LA restaurant leaves 3 dead, 12 wounded

The others remain hospitalized with wounds are not considered life-threatening. Police said the incident unfolded at a home that had been converted into a restaurant. Saturday on a residential street of modest homes west of downtown. The Los Angeles Times describes the business-named Dilly's-as a Jamaican restaurant with a DJ and dominoes games operating out of house.

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Obama to rally for Clinton in South Florida on Oct. 20

His support turned down sharply after his first debate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on September 26. "We stand by the story , which falls clearly into the realm of public service journalism", a New York Times spokeswoman said.

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Iraq censures 'irresponsible' remarks by Turkey's Erdogan

Erdogan said his country would continue doing "as much as necessary in Mosul" to end the reign of ISIS and will not remain "as a mere spectator" in the events in Iraq . Abadi's spokesman Saad al-Hadithi told AFP that Erdogan , with his latest remarks, was "pouring oil on the fire", adding that Turkey's responses had made an issue of law and security into a "problem of a personal nature".

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Zoo gorilla scare: Ape escapes enclosure in London

It wasn't yet clear how the gorilla escaped and if it wandered from the zoo premises into the heavily populated urban neighbourhood outside. Officials state that the gorilla was not a danger and that he was back in his enclosure, unharmed, just over an hour after escaping.

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Hillary Tells Ellen Trump 'Stalked' And 'Dominated' Her At Debate

His campaign struggling a month from Election Day , Donald Trump sharpened his rhetoric Wednesday from calling for Hillary Clinton's defeat to declaring "she has to go to jail" for using a homebrew email server and other charges of corruption while she was secretary of state.

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3 arrested in plot targeting Somalis in Kansas

Acting U.S. Attorney Tom Beall and FBI Special Agent Eric Jackson said the charges follow an 8-month investigation by the FBI that took agents "deep into a hidden culture of hatred and violence". The attack was planned for November 9, the day after Election Day, authorities said. The apartment complex is at 312 W. May in Garden City. They are facing domestic terrorism charges, which, if they are convicted, could result in a maximum sentence of life in federal prison.

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Turkish Open in doubt after rocket attack

No-one is thought to have been hurt in the attack, which took place in Antalya. Antalya is seen as the gateway to Turkey's southern Mediterranean region, known as the Turquoise Coast for its blue waters. The Hürriyet newspaper said the target of the attack on Friday may have been a tanker moored at sea, not far from the shelter. However there was no official confirmation of this.

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Ex-Alberta premier Prentice dies in plane crash

Officials said they are investigating a how a plane travelling to Calgary on Thursday night from Kelowna, British Columbia, plunged to the ground. The plane went down shortly after takeoff and RCMP have described the wreckage as catastrophic and unsurvivable.

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S.Africa opposition leader charged over land seizure call

He was ordered to appear in court on November 7 and November 14 to face two separate charges under the apartheid-era Riotous Assemblies Act of urging his supporters to trespass, although no actual incident was cited. Shivambu said that the summons were motivated by the alleged interests of a state capture, which Malema had earlier said left South Africa on autopilot.

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Spokesman says Trump never gave interview to a weekly Serbian magazine

The quote about the bombing that Nedeljnik attributed to Trump sounded nearly identical to a quote the Serbian press has been reporting for almost a year, supposedly from a Larry King interview on CNN but without ever citing a source. In the years since, a number of former Yugoslav republics - Croatia and Slovenia - became North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members. Perhaps not surprisingly, as WorldViews documented , members of the Serbian far right also have celebrated Trump.

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Egypt finds other sources after halt in Saudi fuel shipments

Ethiopia's government spokesman said Egypt, which is embroiled in a row with Addis Ababa over sharing Nile waters, was a source of backing for armed gangs though that backing may not come from state actors. The surprise move is seen as de-escalation in relations between Saudi and Egypt after Cairo voting in favour of a Russian-drafted resolution in Syria, which Saudi Arabia strongly opposed.

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Missiles target US Navy ship off coast of Yemen

While still to be corroborated, the attack is suspected to be the handiwork of rebels. Following the missile attack, Saudi ambulances were dispatched to the area to take the injured to hospitals. Human rights groups have expressed outrage over the deaths and accused the us of complicity, leading the White House to say it was conducting a "review" to ensure USA cooperation with longtime partner Saudi Arabia is in line with "U.S.

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Senator Johnson Speaks Out Against Trump's Comments

Libertarian Gary Johnson had 9 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein was at 3 percent. Instead, he'll campaign for GOP congressional candidates. Conway, speaking on MSNBC's "Morning Joe", also stopped short of confirming Trump's vow to appoint a special prosecutor to look into Clinton's email practices if he becomes president.

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Ban sends UN Colombia envoy to Havana after peace deal rejected

Voters in Colombia have narrowly rejected the peace deal between the government and FARC rebels in a referendum . Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced that his government does not have an alternative plan. "With the will for peace from all sides, I am sure we can reach satisfactory solutions for everyone soon", Mr Santos said. "So I know that President Santos and his team are focused on figuring out what they can do at the negotiating table to move this forward", Earnest ...

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New threat from ISIS: Exploding drones

US troops have them, but very few Iraqi or Kurdish units have them. In a development that some security experts say the Pentagon should have seen coming, ISIS is now using drones to kill people on the battlefield. The two severely injured French paratroopers were evacuated to a military hospital just outside Paris. "This is an enemy that learns as it goes along ", Lt.

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Pakistan says, Surgical strikes might cost India a war

The aim of the Pakistani Army is to bleed India by a thousand cuts, which is an old policy that it keeps in constant working order. Special Assistant to Prime Minister Syed Tariq Fatemi has confirmed that Russian government has intimated Pakistan about its position on the Indian claims of surgical strikes and distained from the assertions made by its envoy in New Delhi Alexander Kadakin who in an undue haste issued a statement supporting Indian position.