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Obama: Health care law 'worked,' says improvements needed

The candidates also expressed differing views on the fate of president Barack Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Obama said expanding insurance coverage for millions of people and reforming the healthcare system was a key reason he ran for office.

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Suspected extremists attack African Union base in Somalia

The statement added that the militants had taken full control of the town, which is located at a key junction on the road to the capital Mogadishu, hoisting the group's flag over the district headquarters. According to African Spotlight, 2 Kenyan police officers are still missing after Wednesday night attack on Hamey police station in Garissa by Al-Shabaab militants.

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Shiv Sena wants Muslim leaders to take rational stand on 'triple talaq'

Questioning the practicality of the Uniform Civil Code, Menon while noting that it would simply put together the best gender-just practices from all Personal Laws said, "A Uniform Civil Code would require the abolition of the Hindu Undivided Family, a legal institution that gives tax benefits only to Hindus, and all citizens of India would have to be governed by the largely gender-just Indian Succession Act, 1925, now applicable only to Christians and Parsis".

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Philippines' Duterte says didn't really mean 'separation' from US

The brash Duterte, who took office on June 30, has displayed antagonism toward America, declaring his desire to scale back military engagements with the us and telling President Barack Obama to " go to hell ". America's top diplomat for Asia on Monday said President Duterte's controversial remarks and a " real climate of uncertainty " about his administration's intentions have sparked distress around the world.

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Gunmen fire at California police, injuring civilian in vehicle

Police said 13 shots were fired and three rounds struck the police cruiser. Madera is in San Joaquin County near Yosemite National Park. The civilian suffered minor scratches from broken glass. The video shows Garcia attempting to pull over a silver Mazda. "You OK?" the officer is heard asking the woman, who begins sobbing in the vehicle. The suspect's vehicle was found abandoned with an AR15-style pistol nearby.

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Cameroon train derailment toll rises to 70

Officials in Cameroon now say at least 70 people were killed in a train crash Friday, with another 600 people injured. The train left Yaounde at around 11:00 am local time and derailed around midday some 200 kilometres from the capital, the transport minister said.

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Kickers miss short field goals, Seahawks, Cards tie 6

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told 710 ESPN Seattle that the team is unlikely to acquire an offensive tackle in light of Bradley Sowell's knee injury. "I don't think I have ever been in a tie before and my brain doesn't really know where to go".

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Kellyanne Conway 'Isn't Being Paid': Is Donald Trump About To Concede Election?

Is Kellyanne Conway implying that Donald Trump has stopped paying her? You said Al gore if you would have asked him before the election in 2000 will you commit to supporting the victor he would have said yes just as every single candidate in American history has.

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When Clinton Walked in Front of Me 'I Wasn't Impressed'

Ms Anderson, now 46, said she was "very grossed out and weirded out". Speaking at a campaign event on Friday in Charlotte, North Carolina, Trump said the women may be motivated by financial or political reasons or "the simple reason they want to stop our movement".

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Thousands flock to Cameroon hospitals in search of family

The decree signed by President Paul Biya comes at a time when the number of injured persons has been estimated at 600 injured with 55 dead. At least 70 people were killed and 600 injured after a packed train derailed between two major cities in Cameroon on October 21.

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Presence of Turkish troops in northern Iraq angers Baghdad

Iraq is preparing to fight to liberate Mosul from the Islamic State group with support from the United States and a broad - though sometimes fractious - coalition of global partners. "It's no surprise to people that we are going after Mosul ", Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said Thursday. Ankara is anxious the offensive could be led by Shiite militia and also include Kurdish militia it vehemently opposes.

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Top EU lawmaker intervenes to try to save Canada trade pact

We have chose to return home and I am very, very sad. "At least I will see my three children tomorrow at our home". "It seems obvious to me, to Canada, that the European Union is incapable now of having an worldwide agreement, even with a country with such European values as Canada", said Chrystia Freeland .

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The massive DDoS attack that nearly brought down United States internet

Another possibility is that the attacks could be a publicity stunt for a new threat actor launching a DDoS as a Service business, he suggested, in which case someone will claim responsibility for the attacks "in coming days or weeks". election was entirely its own responsibility, and the country did not want to meddle in election processes or favour any candidate, Ecuador said. Lance Cottrell, chief scientist for the cybersecurity firm Ntrepid, said while DDoS attacks have been used for ...

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Indians fans pitch in with wedding gifts for star rookie

Tito: When the Cardinals were searching for a manager after the 2011 season, Terry Francona was on the short list. Instead, when Game 4 of the Dodgers/Cubs series got out of control, I flipped the switch with a few innings to go. Several Cleveland position players are at the stage where they could use a break. Corey Kluber , Francisco Lindor , Jose Ramirez , and even a reliever, closer Cody Allen , are legitimate home-grown talents that are unique to the Tribe.

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Pakistan in control against WI after posting 452

Misbah-ul-Haq missed out on a century but the Pakistan captain still saw his team take a firm grip of the second Test against the West Indies on day two. Samuels tried to break the shackles briefly when he hit Shah for three boundaries on the off side in one over before lone slip Younis Khan narrowly missed a thick edge.

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Texas Governor blasts Big 12 for punting on expansion

It also officially ended what turned out to be a colossal waste of a lengthy process that involved the consideration of more than 20 schools and on-site interviews of 11 finalists. The Big 12 is sticking with 10. That's true now, but words are just words. The Sooners are better off trying to win football games in the Big 12, than they would be in the SEC.

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Philippine president says he won't severe ties with US

The White House burned a Phillipine official who attempted to walk back some controversial remarks the country's president Rodrigo Duterte made in China . "Because the people of my country are not ready to accept", he explained. The visit came against a backdrop of deteriorating China-Philippines ties due to the South China Sea arbitration case unilaterally initiated against China by his predecessor Benigno Aquino III.

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Clinton And Kaine To Campaign at Penn Tomorrow

Milan Lui said she was looking forward to seeing Kaine. "First, Charlotte is a major metropolitan area, and second, Charlotte might have the highest concentration of voters who are still undecided", Kaine said. "There's some people who really want to get some good work done". He also criticized Donald Trump for not releasing his tax returns and for saying he's "smart" for not paying taxes.

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Multiple people injured after magnitude-6.6 quake in Japan

Friday's quake caused power outages, with 36,200 homes without electricity at 2:30 p.m., Chugoku Electric Power Co. said. Debris fallen from damaged wall of a building are scattered on the roof following an quake in Kurayoshi , Tottori prefecture, western Japan , Friday, Oct.

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Duterte expects 'plenty of happiness' from China state visit

How far he is willing to go will be tested this week when he arrives in China on Tuesday for talks that are likely to produce signals of whether he wants to become a close friend of Beijing. Correspondingly, NYMWPS wants the government to assert our territorial integrity on behalf of all the fishermen who are continued to be deprived of their right to harvest the bounties of the territory that was affirmed to belong to them.

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Philippines Duterte says he is not severing ties with the United States

Republican candidate Donald Trump told a rally in North Carolina that the Philippine shift toward closer relations with China after decades of a pro-U.S. troops from a group of southern islands in the Philippines. In a pre-departure briefing in MalacaƱang yesterday, Atsushi Ueno, Deputy Chief of Mission and Minister for Political Affairs of the Japanese Embassy in Manila, said during his stay in Japan, President Duterte will have a summit meeting with his Japanese counterpart, talk with top ...

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Freed Chibok girls need 'intensive support' UNICEF tells FG

The unwilling girls may have been radicalised by Boko Haram or are ashamed to return home because they were forced to marry extremists and have babies, chairman Pogu Bitrus of the Chibok Development Association said. Previous negotiators in talks that failed also had corroborated that more than 100 of the girls did not want to return to their parents, Mr Bitrus said.

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Russia's Putin willing to halt Aleppo airstrikes for longer

Intensified Russian and Syrian bombing of besieged rebel-held parts of Aleppo have knocked down scores of hospitals, bakeries and water pumping stations in a stepped-up offensive that has killed hundreds of civilians in the last few weeks. Hassan Ghandour, a resident of Moadamiyeh and a leading negotiator, said Wednesday the buses were heading from Moadamiyeh to the northern rebel-held province of Idlib.

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Czech army to deploy medical personnel, instructors in Iraq

No details - the deceased's name, military branch or time and place of death - were included in the statement. "Its residents, its churches and all of its infrastructure are now under the control of CTS", he said. Amer al-Jabbar, a 30-year-old soldier with the Iraqi special forces, said he was happy to be taking part in the attack and hoped to avenge two brothers killed while fighting.

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Trump's shocker is Clinton's win

Donald Trump , will you absolutely accept the results of this presidential election? "They've poisoned the minds of the voters, but unfortunately for them I think the voters are seeing through it". I didn't know any of these women. In an interview with the conservative outlet Breitbart, Stone said Trump has "gotta put them on notice that their inauguration will be a rhetorical.