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World Media Aleppo airstrikes kill at least 12
Author: 0 Aleppo airstrikes kill at least 12

United Nations aid chief Stephen O´Brien told the Security Council in NY that Aleppo is descending into a "merciless abyss of a humanitarian catastrophe unlike any we have witnessed so far in Syria ". Upon launching its air campaign in Syria , Russia had said its aerial campaign targeted ISIL and other "terrorists", but rebel forces and their backers accused Moscow of focusing on moderate fighters instead.

Author: 0 Commuter train crashes into rail station in New Jersey

De Kroon, a native of Brazil, was the lone fatality in the crash , officials said at a 2 p.m. press conference on the waterfront attended by Gov. Chris Christie and Mayor Dawn Zimmer. 1614 barrel into the terminal, blast through the barriers and stop only after it went through the wall. "I really don't know why he came in so quickly", said Mr Larson, speculating that perhaps the driver had experienced a medical problem that caused him to lose control.

Author: 0 Duterte 'happy to slaughter' drug suspects; mentions Hitler

When the European Parliament issued a statement, Duterte literally gave them the finger. "A peaceful region is what we owe as a legacy to our succeeding generations", he said. Before becoming the President, Duterte vowed to kill tens of thousands of criminals and to get rid of illegal drugs in the country in six months. Duterte has also said he is considering acquiring military equipment from Russian Federation and China.

World Media Corbyn victory
Author: 0 Corbyn victory "good for party" say Thurrock Labour

But they're outnumbered by dissenters, such as David Blunkett and David Miliband, who've opted to criticise Labour's new leadership from afar. JEREMY Corbyn has failed in a second attempt to knock Kezia Dugdale off the Labour party's ruling National Executive Committee.

Author: 0 McConnell: Congress should discuss fixes to 9/11 law

The legislation would amend existing law to allow US courts to hear terrorism cases against foreign states, narrowing the scope of immunity now granted to sovereign foreigners. McConnell said he told the president recently that the 9/11 victims bill "was an example of an issue that we should have talked about much earlier".

Author: 0 Markets trade lower during early session

The 50-share NSE Nifty, which cracked below 8,600-level to hit a low of 8,558.25 during the session, managed to recover some ground and ended down 153.90 points, or 1.76 per cent, at 8,591.25. Singh said that the operations have since ceased and that there are no further plans for more operations. "Markets may remain under pressure over uncertainty about geopolitical situation between two countries and take a wait-and-watch approach in the short term".

World Media Cyndi Lauper Rallies Against Montreal Pit Bull Ban
Author: 0 Cyndi Lauper Rallies Against Montreal Pit Bull Ban

Shelley Cunningham, who operates the Litters'n Critters rescue society in Halifax, said that she is bringing three pit bulls to Nova Scotia on Saturday. Continuing coverage on an anti-pitbull law in Montreal. Benjamin Hart, a University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine professor emeritus, told the San Francisco Chronicle in 2013 that pit bulls are responsible for 60 percent of fatal dog maulings.

Author: 0 Teen's mother 'shocked and saddened' by school shooting

A GHS spokesperson confirmed he was in critical condition on Wednesday night. The hospital expects to have an update on Jacob's condition Thursday morning. South says Tiffney Osborne found out about the shooting through media reports. "The shooter is going to be a white male, all black clothing, and blonde hair", said a 911 dispatcher.

World Media Posing for Playboy in a hijab
Author: 0 Posing for Playboy in a hijab

Tagouri appears in Playboy magazine's October "Renegades" issue wearing her hijab proudly. Whilst Noor's interview was one which shed light on the optimistic approach of her being a head-scarf wearing woman in the media, the reaction of vast Muslim readers pushed the whole idea into the dark.

World Media US Owes Black People Reparations for Slavery — UN Panel
Author: 0 US Owes Black People Reparations for Slavery — UN Panel

So much for all the lives lost in the American Civil War. The panel says efforts by the United States to atone for this violent past have been insufficient. The panel's findings show that there is a direct correlation between slavery and present-day, police-involved shootings and psychological trauma caused by centuries of racial violence.

World Media China, Britain, France sign pact for new UK nuclear plant
Author: 0 China, Britain, France sign pact for new UK nuclear plant

Jean-Bernard Lévy, EDF chief executive, joined officials from the UK, France and China at a private ceremony in London. The event was also attended by Jean-Marc Ayrault, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development and Minister Nur Bekri, the Administrator of the National Energy Administration of China.

Author: 0 US reviewing 'new' options on Syria, Blinken says

Last week, the United States and Russian Federation failed to resurrect the Syrian ceasefire amid a military siege of Aleppo, inadequate humanitarian access, and U.S. "The mysterious Plan B that has been referred to since February, the mysterious Plan B that was supposed to be leverage to get Russian Federation to quit killing innocent people, to get Assad to quit killing innocent people".

World Media Coalition raids kill nine in central Yemen: medical sources, residents
Author: 0 Coalition raids kill nine in central Yemen: medical sources, residents

Saudi Arabia sees Iran as the paramount threat to the Middle East's stability because of its support for Shi'ite militias that Riyadh says have inflamed sectarian violence. United Nations -sponsored talks to try to end the fighting that has killed more than 10,000 people collapsed last month and the Houthi movement and allied forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh resumed shelling into neighbouring Saudi Arabia.

World Media White House lashes out at Congress after 9/11 bill vote
Author: 0 White House lashes out at Congress after 9/11 bill vote

The 9/11 Commission set up by President George W. Bush said in 2004 that "Saudi Arabia has always been considered the primary source of al-Qaeda funding". Courts to waive a claim of foreign sovereign immunity when an act of terrorism occurs inside U.S. borders. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers were Saudi nationals.

World Media Sadiq Khan launches inquiry into foreign home ownership in London
Author: 0 Sadiq Khan launches inquiry into foreign home ownership in London

The Labour politician is reportedly concerned about the impact worldwide buyers taking homes off the market has on residents' ability to get on the housing ladder. Sadiq Khan said he was commissioning the most thorough research ever undertaken in Britain in order to work towards a solution. "At the same time, as more and more Londoners struggle to get on the property ladder, there are real concerns about the prospect of a surge in the number of homes being bought by overseas investors".

Author: 0 Aid group says hospitals strained in Aleppo

US Secretary of State John Kerry has threatened to cut off all contact with Moscow over Syria unless Russian and Syrian air strikes on the northern city of Aleppo end. The World Health Organization called for the "immediate establishment of humanitarian routes to evacuate sick and wounded" from the besieged eastern part of the city.

World Media Boko Haram leader mocks Nigerian army, parents of missing girls
Author: 0 Boko Haram leader mocks Nigerian army, parents of missing girls

The Nigeria army countered the report that Boko Haram hoisted its flags in the villages, Sani Usman , its spokesman, saying: "There is no presence of the terrorists in any of the villages talk less of hoisting flags as alleged". "The troops encountered Boko Haram terrorists ambush site shortly before Kuburmbula village. We don't have anything to tell him, he is on his way to his waterloo".

World Media Katy Perry bares all to encourage people to vote
Author: 0 Katy Perry bares all to encourage people to vote

In the clip , Perry shows the United States doesn't discriminate against fashion emergencies as she goes to vote in her pajamas and applauds those who arrive in nightgowns, onesies, briefs and oversize t-shirts. To wrap it up, she tore off her clothes and began to suggest voters could even come nude, when she was interrupted by two police officers (actors) and arrested.

World Media UK judge bans publication of hacked Pippa Middleton photos
Author: 0 UK judge bans publication of hacked Pippa Middleton photos

The Sun said the hacker also claimed to possess Middleton's informal images of sister Kate with her children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, and naked images of Matthews. Neither Middleton nor Matthews appeared in court. Lawyers representing Miss Middleton had asked Mrs Justice Whipple to make an order barring publication of photographs taken from her account at a High Court hearing in London on Wednesday.

Author: 0 Michelle Obama makes the case for Hillary Clinton in new ad

From there she heads to Pittsburgh for a second Clinton campaign event. Those questions "cannot be blamed on others or swept under the rug by an insincere sentence uttered at a press conference", she said in a speech at La Salle University.

Author: 0 Blaze forces evacuations in California mountains

Some witnesses report a large column of smoke in the area that could be seen as far away as Monterey. The fire has destroyed at least one home and damaged another. Early Tuesday, Battalion Chief Mike Mathiesen with Alma Hill Attack said the fire had doubled in size overnight to 2,000 acres, even though other Cal Fire officials put that figure at 1,500 acres.

Author: 0 Tight security after Gabon court upholds Bongo election victory

At a televised public hearing overnight in Libreville, in an nearly empty room, the court said Bongo had taken 50.66% of the vote against 47.24% for Ping. "At this critical and sensitive juncture in the country's history, it is of utmost importance that all actors demonstrate maximum restraint and fully respect human rights and fundamental freedoms", the statement said.

World Media Corbyn reasserts authority over divided Labour party
Author: 0 Corbyn reasserts authority over divided Labour party

The re-elected Labour leader had been urged by MPs to restore shadow cabinet elections as an olive branch after a bitter leadership campaign. After a monthslong leadership battle, Corbyn won nearly 62 percent of the more than 500,000 votes cast by Labour members and supporters.

Author: 0 Chinese Premier Defends Death Penalty

An agreement signed between Canada's border agency and China will result in the faster deportation of Chinese citizens deemed inadmissible by Canadian authorities, a Liberal government spokesman said on Sunday. CANADA and China have agreed to begin talks for a possible free-trade accord with an aim of doubling bilateral commerce by 2025, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced.

Author: 0 Philippines' Duterte to forge closer ties with China, Russia

They have each been branded hypocritical by Duterte having voiced concern about his war on drugs, which has killed about 3,000 people in his first three months in office. The Philippines won a case in the worldwide court at the Hague against China, a case China refuses to acknowledge and Duterte refuses to bring up during bilateral talks.

Author: 0 India and Pakistan Keep up Mutual Accusations on Terrorism

Asserting that the latest terrorist attack in Uri only underlines that the infrastructure of terrorism in Pakistan remains active, Jaishankar demanded that Pakistan lives up to its public commitment to refrain from supporting and terrorism against India.

Author: 0 Tonight's presidential debate: start time, schedule, and streaming

So people know the birth and the growth of ISIS have occurred on President Obama's watch if not Secretary Clinton's watch, ' she said. Trump has said he would work closely with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to defeat Islamic State and vowed to wage a "military, cyber and financial" war against the militant group.

Author: 0 Charlotte police video gives new details of shooting of black man

Putney also released photographs of a gun that he said was found at the scene and an ankle holster they said belonged to Scott. Following the shooting, Scott's family continued to say that he was not armed. The audio of the new footage clearly has cops repeatedly shouting, "Drop the gun!" as they surrounded Scott's SUV. National Guard members posted in front of many downtown buildings watched the demonstrators marching.

World Media Israeli Leader Meets with US Presidential Candidates
Author: 0 Israeli Leader Meets with US Presidential Candidates

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is meeting with the two U.S. presidential candidates in NY on the eve of their historic debate. Trump also vowed " extraordinary strategic, technological, military and intelligence cooperation between the two countries " if he's elected.

Author: 0 Ajayi scores in overtime, Miami tops Cleveland 30-24

The game was the only one in the National Football League between 0-2 teams, and looked it. He did rush for over 600 yards as quarterback, however. Pryor threw five passes in spot duty at quarterback, caught eight passes, ran for a 3-yard touchdown, and even played safety on the final play of the first half.