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Author: 0 Lady Gaga nearly quit music after Artpop

Fans crowded the area trying to get in for the intimate concert, but those who couldn't gain access were not left out - after completing her show indoors, Gaga chose to head to the venue's rooftop to perform an acoustic set for everyone waiting on the streets.

World Media Hospital fire in Malaysia kills six
Author: 0 Hospital fire in Malaysia kills six

Although the cause of the fire that broke out at the Sultanah Aminah Hospital (HSA) here has yet to be ascertained, speculation was rife yesterday on social media alleging that it was a result of a faulty cellphone charger. Opened in 1982, the hospital is one of the busiest in Malaysia based on patient load. Firefighters have so far recovered the bodies of six patients and rescued a male patient, who later was transferred to another hospital for extensive burns.

World Media BJP's Yashwant Sinha meets Kashmir separatists over unrest
Author: 0 BJP's Yashwant Sinha meets Kashmir separatists over unrest

The other members of the delegation were Wajahat Habibullah, former bureaucrat of Jammu and Kashmir government and ex- chairman of National Commission for Minorities, Kapil Kak, former Air Vice-Marshal, journalist Bharat Bhushan and Sushoba Barve of Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation .

World Media Israeli killed by gunfire from Egypt on border
Author: 0 Israeli killed by gunfire from Egypt on border

In Egypt, witnesses said there had been a shootout between gunmen and security forces near the border, suggesting the gunfire was spillover and not aimed at the Israeli man. More than 40,000 African migrants are in Israel, but Israel says the fence has largely stopped their influx. Israel and Egypt signed a peace treaty in 1979.

World Media Water War: DMK Cauvery meet passes the buck
Author: 0 Water War: DMK Cauvery meet passes the buck

Chennai: Amid a lot of speculation, the Viduthalai Siruthaigal Katchi (VCK) leader Thol Thirumavalavan today announced that the party will not be attending the all party meeting convened here by the DMK on the Cauvery issue. It also alleged that the report of the High Level Committee that surveyed Cauvery delta areas in Tamil Nadu, besides Karnataka, had "not reflected" the prevailing situation in the state.

World Media Five killed, 35 injured as private bus falls off bridge
Author: 0 Five killed, 35 injured as private bus falls off bridge

The driver lost control of the bus after its collision with the bike near Tukuda. Angul SP Kabita Jalan, SDPO RN Deo, Additional District Magistrate Srinbash Behere and Sub-Collector Saroj Kumar Mahanty rushed to the spot and undertook rescue operations.

World Media Demise of U.S. 'colonialism' closer after Philippine 'separation'
Author: 0 Demise of U.S. 'colonialism' closer after Philippine 'separation'

During his four-day visit to Beijing last week, Duterte confirmed his country's pivot to China, and made headlines when he declared a separation with the us, his nation's treaty ally since 1951. He later clarified this, on arriving in Manila Friday, to mean simply that he would proceed with his thrust for an independent foreign policy, and did not mean a "severing" of ties from the US.

Author: 0 Syrian government troops 'capture high point of Aleppo'

The battle for control of the northern city of Aleppo has intensified with air strikes , ground offensives and shelling . Fighting returned to Syria's Aleppo Sunday after a cease-fire to allow rebels and civilians to leave the city's besieged eastern districts expired with no evacuations.

World Media Bullets hit California police car; Woman on ride-along hurt
Author: 0 Bullets hit California police car; Woman on ride-along hurt

Madera is in San Joaquin County near Yosemite National Park. The involved officer was not hurt, while a civilian ride along who was in the front passenger seat received minor scratches from broken glass. The patrol auto was struck by three bullets, two of them through the windshield, and the patrol vehicle was disabled. Two of the shots pierced the windshield.

World Media Obama raises money for Clinton, boosts down-ballot Democrats
Author: 0 Obama raises money for Clinton, boosts down-ballot Democrats

Obama also tried to make life hard for Republican candidates who have recently sought to distance themselves from the GOP nominee, and on Sunday, it was Rep. He cited as an example the questions until recently from Trump and others about whether he was born in the U.S. Obama made a lot of news in OH for his attacks on Trump, and he did the same this time as well.

Author: 0 At Least 70 Die In Train Derailment In Cameroon; Hundreds Injured

The Eseka hospital barely has 60 beds. Worldwide relations spokesperson Clayson Monyela said, "We don't have any information suggesting that any South African is affected by this train accident and we wish those who are injured a speedy recovery".

Author: 0 Cardinals, Seahawks left in weird tie after missing chip-shot field goals

Defensively they have now gone nine consecutive quarters without allowing a touchdown, and have the look of one of the NFL's elite groups, but despite all that happened on that side of the ball, there is still a feeling of wanting more. Wilson, obviously slowed by leg problems, completed 24 of 37 passes for 225 yards, most of the damage coming in the overtime. His foot knocked over the pylon but it was ruled the ball didn't cross the goal line.

Author: 0 Carter in Irbil to get closer assessment of Mosul fight

After meeting with Turkey's president in Anakara on Friday, Carter said that he had "an agreement in principle" on Turkey's role in the campaign. Carter stressed at the time that any final decision would be up to the Iraqis, while expressing optimism the Turks and Iraqis could settle their differences.

World Media 'Democracy Now' reporter to plead not guilty to riot charge
Author: 0 'Democracy Now' reporter to plead not guilty to riot charge

Even though the charges have now been dropped, this still speaks volumes about mainstream media and the United States legal system. Their protests have attracted thousands of other Native Americans. Five days after that report was recorded, a warrant was issued for Goodman's arrest. Carlos Lauría, senior program coordinator for the Americas for the nonprofit Committee to Protect Journalists in NY, said Goodman was clearly working as a journalist when she filmed the September 3 incident.

Author: 0 Pakistan to attend Heart of Asia conference in India: Sartaj

He said, "The Pakistan government has claimed itself to be a well-wisher of the Kashmiri people, but instead, has launched an execrable conspiracy against us". "And, it is the result of their struggle, that the people of Jammu and Kashmir even today remember them and hail their valour and deplore those who had started bloodshed in our country", he said.

World Media Working to make India an arbitration hub: PM
Author: 0 Working to make India an arbitration hub: PM

He said the enactment of Commercial Courts, Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts Act for speedy resolution of commercial disputes is a step in that direction. "There are 18,000 judges and almost 15 million cases coming up for hearing every year", he said. The avalanche of cases is putting the judicial system under tremendous stress.

Author: 0 Philippine president says he won't sever ties with US

The hotly contested waterway is one of the "shared interests" that, Duterte said, could be a topic of discussion with the Japanese official, even he continues to cozy up to China , which has made aggressive moves on the resource-rich sea. Following their meeting, during which Duterte said relations with China had entered a new "springtime", Chinese Vice-Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said the South China Sea issue was not the sum total of relations.

World Media Haiti jailbreak: over 100 inmates escape barefoot
Author: 0 Haiti jailbreak: over 100 inmates escape barefoot

The inmates attacked after they were released from a crammed holding pen to bathe. AFP reports that no fewer than 172 inmates have escaped from a Haitian prison near Port-au-Prince. Speaking with the publication, the prison manager said that one of the detainees, Yvener Carelus, who was serving time for kidnapping, was the mastermind behind the escape but and was arrested.

Author: 0 Thousands flock to Cameroon hospitals in search of family

People at the accident site on Saturday continued looking for others injured and dead. The injured were being taken to hospitals in the capital, Yaounde, and the port city where the train was heading, Douala, officials said, as the president declared Monday to be a national day of mourning.

Author: 0 Pentagon says Islamic State fortifying Mosul

The US-backed assault on the city has been expected to begin this month. Some Islamic State leaders and fighters have been leaving for the town of Tal Afar, also under Islamic State control, or further on across the Syrian border, U.S. The operation to retake Mosul is expected to be the most complex yet for Iraq's military. The report also contradicted multiple press accounts since 2014 on the Iraqi government's resistance against United States military intervention in the battle ...

World Media Fact-Checking Trump's Position On 'Partial-Birth' Abortion
Author: 0 Fact-Checking Trump's Position On 'Partial-Birth' Abortion

The get-out-the-vote ad features one of Scalia's many homophobic remarks, which comes from his dissenting opinion on Lawrence v. Clinton promised to appoint justices who would uphold a woman's right to abortion laid out in the 1973 Roe vs Wade decision, while Trump promised to appoint what he called "pro-life" justices who would overturn the decision.

World Media Cameroon train accident: 55 killed, 600 injured as crowded bogies derail
Author: 0 Cameroon train accident: 55 killed, 600 injured as crowded bogies derail

Cameroon's Transport Minister Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo'o confirmed the train was traveling between the capital city of Yaounde and the city of Daoula when it derailed near the central town of Eseka, according to RT . 21, 2016. The death toll is rising at the site of a train derailment in Cameroon, with President Paul Biya saying the crash of the crowded auto Friday killed more than 70 people and wounded 600 more.

Author: 0 ICC asks South Africa, Burundi to reconsider withdrawal

The move signaled the continent's growing distrust of the worldwide court, as leaders in many African nations feel the court unfairly targets Africans. But the justice minister said the result of that would be "regime change" and the statute was incompatible with South African legislation that gave heads of state diplomatic immunity.

Author: 0 For first lady, Trump is he who shall remain nameless

Yes, her husband worked his political magic on the economy, but she has her own set of economic plans that were informed by her 30 years in politics that she deserves to yell about from all the rooftops. Barack is ending his presidency on a high and the couple are enjoying an overwhelming amount of support as they mark their final days in the White House.

World Media Trump Takes Shots at Michelle Obama, Digs Up Old Remark
Author: 0 Trump Takes Shots at Michelle Obama, Digs Up Old Remark

Trump, would my son have a place in your America?" the father asks, tearing up as the ad fades to black. Trump, who spoke before Clinton, notably lacked the self-deprecating humor that previous presidential candidates have offered at the fundraiser meant to raise money for Catholic Charities .

World Media Assad says Aleppo to serve as springboard for liberation
Author: 0 Assad says Aleppo to serve as springboard for liberation

In a lengthy interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda , President Assad said retaking Aleppo could help him win the war. Johnson, who described Russia's actions in Syria as barbaric, also said it was important not to raise false hopes over the idea of a no fly zone over parts of Syria to prevent the Russian andSyrian government air strikes on Aleppo .

Author: 0 Counter-terror police find suspicious device in Devon after North Greenwich

A 200-metre cordon is now in place in Tudor Road, Newton Abbot, and the surrounding area has been evacuated. In a statement, a spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall police said: "On Saturday, 22 October, officers from the Metropolitan Police attended an address in Tudor Road, Newton Abbott".

Author: 0 Lewis Hamilton beats team-mate Rosberg to US Grand Prix pole

Hamilton faces an uphill battle to retain the championship he has won in each of the last two seasons with Mercedes team-mate Rosberg holding a commanding 33-point lead heading into the final four races, where there is a maximum of 100 points available.

Author: 0 PayPal briefly knocked out by cyber attacks

For maybe the first time this year, though, criminal revenge seems just a little more likely than state-sponsored hackers . Smart Devices such as household appliances like DVRs, routers, cameras, and printers were used to create "botnets" that overloaded the servers by sending millions of request per minute, leading to the shut down of the servers and eventually the Internet.

World Media Philippine president says he won't severe ties with US
Author: 0 Philippine president says he won't severe ties with US

In a statement, Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto R. Yasay, Jr. added that "Indeed, breaking away from our closest friend, only military ally and strategic partner would not be in our best national interest as declared unmistakably by President Duterte upon his arrival in Davao City from his successful trip to China very early this morning".

Author: 0 Aleppo siege and airstrikes are war crimes — United Nations rights boss

Turkey entered Syria's war in late August, backing Syrian rebel groups against ISIL and Kurdish YPG forces near its borders. In its Friday report, Save the Children quoted The Violations Documentation Center, a Syrian group that tracks human rights violations, as recording 137 cluster bomb attacks in Aleppo from September 10 to October 10.

Author: 0 VP candidate Mike Pence to make rally stop in Albuquerque

While several Republican lawmakers are rushing to distance themselves from Trump , Pence's support for his running mate has appeared, at least publicly, to be unwavering. They're talking about the State Police investigation into the Indiana Voter Registration Project. That was the most shocking moment of the night....