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The importance of killing Kashmir’s Hizbul chief Saifullah Mir

The importance of killing Kashmir’s Hizbul chief Saifullah Mir

Recounting the events of the morning, an official said security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Rangreth area near the old airfield following specific information about the presence o...

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Hong Kong opposition politicians arrested for legislature protest

Hong Kong opposition politicians arrested for legislature protest

The two opposing camps came to blows, with heckling and shoving on both sides, over the appointment of the chair of a key committee. "Like it or not, Hong Kong is part of China", read the piece, w...

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Changing The Electoral College Process - Can It Happen? | KFI AM 640

Changing The Electoral College Process - Can It Happen? | KFI AM 640

Regardless of the Electoral College , every vote counts. In 2016 when the popular vote lost, an uprise in confusion about the power of the Electoral College arose. If all of this sounds confusing, ...

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United Nations advocates women's participation in decision-making

United Nations advocates women's participation in decision-making

Women lead only 7 per cent of countries. Are political actors and conflict parties in Yemen including women at the negotiating table? "If the answer to these questions is no, then clearly, we face s...

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Trump hints at firing Dr. Fauci after election, crowd goes wild

Trump hints at firing Dr. Fauci after election, crowd goes wild

As Trump spoke about his frustration with the news media for the way it has covered the coronavirus pandemic, the crowd started chanting "Fire Fauci". While Trump and Fauci put forward a show of coope...

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Thousands stage show of support for Thai king

Thousands stage show of support for Thai king

A 23-year-old graduating senior who helped organize the protest said he and other students were demonstrating as a way to peacefully demand reform, adding that he hopes the monarchy will listen to the...

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Large-scale police operation at Vienna synagogue after shots fired

Large-scale police operation at Vienna synagogue after shots fired

Several people have been injured, including a police officer, after gunfire in central Vienna, police said, after reports of an incident at a synagogue. Vienna police also wrote on Twitter that the ex...

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At Rally, Trump Boasts About Supporters Attacking Biden Campaign Bus

At Rally, Trump Boasts About Supporters Attacking Biden Campaign Bus

The Biden campaign cancelled an event in Texas after it said a convoy of Trump supporters tried to stop a bus on a highway in the state. Both Trump and Biden made campaign visits to the state in O...

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Veteran journalist Robert Fisk dies aged 74

Veteran journalist Robert Fisk dies aged 74

He joined " The Independent " in 1989 from " The Times " and rapidly became its most recognisable writer and searched-for byline. "Fearless, uncompromising, determined and utterly committed to uncov...

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UK's Johnson says there is no alternative to lockdown

UK's Johnson says there is no alternative to lockdown

A spokesman for Mr Johnson said on Monday that the tougher measures will automatically expire on Dec 2, and lawmakers will vote on what happens next. Scientific models show that, without action now,...

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Corbyn suspended from the British Labor Party for human rights report

Corbyn suspended from the British Labor Party for human rights report

But he denounced "an attempt by the mainstream media and the Labour Party leadership to wish away left-wing Jews" who supported Mr Corbyn, "to behave as if we do not exist ... Ex-shadow justice secret...

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PM grants provincial status to Gilgit-Baltistan

PM grants provincial status to Gilgit-Baltistan

Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan during his visit to Gilgit-Baltistan on Sunday said that he had made a decision to give the provisional province status to the region "keeping in mind the UN Secur...

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India's COVID-19 caseload climbs to 81,84082

India's COVID-19 caseload climbs to 81,84082

The Centre-led strategy of "test, trace, track and treat" has focused on effective containment strategy, aggressive testing and standardised clinical management protocols based on a comprehensive Stan...

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Dutch whale tail sculpture catches train

Dutch whale tail sculpture catches train

The front carriage was left hanging 10 metres (30 feet) above the water, propped up only by the giant silver-coloured sculpture - called, improbably, "Saved by the Whale's Tail". "I'm surprised it's s...

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White House building 'non-scalable' fence for election day protection

White House building 'non-scalable' fence for election day protection

Citing federal regulation enforcement, NBC News also reported Sunday that 250 Nationwide Guardsmen had been placed on standby. The fence will then run up to H Street and across by Lafayette, and the...

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Alberta Clipper brings winter weather travel advisory for Timmins and area

Alberta Clipper brings winter weather travel advisory for Timmins and area

Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for early this evening . Estimate restoration times vary from 3:30 p.m.to 5:45 p.m. Sunday in the outage areas. Tuesday's high of 54 will be followed by 63 o...

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Bad Romance: Lady Gaga in Twitter feud with Trump campaign

Bad Romance: Lady Gaga in Twitter feud with Trump campaign

Lady Gaga is leaving no stone unturned in urging her social media followers to get out and vote in the US Presidential elections 2020. By 2014, it made the U.S. Another Twitter user added that th...

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Gunmen kill at least 10 students in attack on Accept University

Gunmen kill at least 10 students in attack on Accept University

The Taliban denied involvement in the attack. Government spokesman Tariq Arian said three attackers were involved in the assault and all had been killed in the ensuing firefight. Meanwhile Monday, a...

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Qatar says to prosecute those behind invasive airport searches

Qatar says to prosecute those behind invasive airport searches

Earlier this week, Doha News obtained exclusive CCTV footage which showed the moments after the abandoned baby was found dumped in a trash can in what appears to have been an attempted murder. Qatar...

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Covid-19: England braces for new four-week lockdown

Covid-19: England braces for new four-week lockdown

Over the past few months an increasing number of Conservative backbenchers have become unhappy with the way in which Mr Johnson is handling the pandemic. Sir Graham Brady , the chairman of the 1922 Co...

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Biden condemns Trump fans allegedly harassing campaign bus

Biden condemns Trump fans allegedly harassing campaign bus

In Pennsylvania, Biden's home state, the Democratic challenger is leading by six points, 49 percent to 43 percent, with a 2.4-percentage-point margin of error, according to the poll . He declared tha...

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Ivory Coast ruling party warns opposition of post-election unrest

Ivory Coast ruling party warns opposition of post-election unrest

Opposition candidates said they dismissed the vote as a failure and an exiled former rebel chief and one-time Ouattara ally said he no longer recognised the Ivorian leader as president. Opposition lea...

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Ivanka Trump compares her dad to Winston Churchill at MI rally

Ivanka Trump compares her dad to Winston Churchill at MI rally

As of October 25, Ivanka has been the star of 11 events, some of which were fundraisers. Ivanka has also said that Trump would secure a second four-year term in the White House on November 3. Re...

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World Health Organization chief goes into quarantine after contact with coronavirus patient

World Health Organization chief goes into quarantine after contact with coronavirus patient

Tedros said, "I have been identified as a contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19". "I have been identified as a contact of someone who has tested positive for #COVID19 ", he tweet...

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United Kingdom minister says lockdown in England could be extended

United Kingdom minister says lockdown in England could be extended

Cabinet minister Michael Gove has since told Sky News the month of measures could be extended beyond 2 December if necessary. "[Their] models suggest that unless we act, we could see deaths in t...

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Clashes in Spain over coronavirus restrictions continue for second night

Clashes in Spain over coronavirus restrictions continue for second night

About 50 demonstrators threw bricks and fireworks at police and set fire to rubbish containers in the centre of Spain's second largest city, police said. These were the details of the news Coronavirus...

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United States sees record-high daily COVID-19 numbers as election nears

United States sees record-high daily COVID-19 numbers as election nears

The COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed almost 230,000 people in the United States, has dominated the final stretch of the campaign. The spike comes just four days ahead of the US presidential elect...

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White House coronavirus adviser Atlas apologizes for Russian TV interview

White House coronavirus adviser Atlas apologizes for Russian TV interview

The production company behind its USA arm, RT America, registered as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agents Registration Act in 2017, meaning its content is labeled as propaganda attempting to i...

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Ruling party in Georgia wins parliament vote, opposition protests

Ruling party in Georgia wins parliament vote, opposition protests

Saakashvili also claimed that Georgian Dream "is massively falsifying election results" and announced a "mass mobilization (of supporters) to defend the votes". "Georgia has committed to uphold global...

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Dr. Scott Atlas Apologizes for RT Interview

Dr. Scott Atlas Apologizes for RT Interview

On Sunday, Atlas apologized for doing that interview , tweeting , "I recently did an interview with RT and was unaware they are a registered foreign agent". However, daily testing has also reached...

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Significant reduction in number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Limerick

If you may have COVID-19 or you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you should not participate in in-person Halloween festivities and should not give out candy to trick-or-treaters. To dat...

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Twitter unfreezes New York Post account days after backlash from Republican lawmakers

Twitter unfreezes New York Post account days after backlash from Republican lawmakers

The New York Post report is based on leaked material allegedly from Hunter's old computer . "Our insurance policies live paperwork", stated one of many tweets from @TwitterSafety. A day later, Twi...

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Govt says new English lockdown could last longer than month

Govt says new English lockdown could last longer than month

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a month-long national lockdown in the United Kingdom as a response to concerning coronavirus numbers. A broader measure of those with COVID-19 on their...

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Trump May Change Election Night Party Plans

Trump May Change Election Night Party Plans

So he's now expected to watch the results from the White House with his family. Federal Election Commission records showed that Biden ended September with $ 177.3 million in cash in his campaign b...

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Victoria records one new case of coronavirus and zero deaths

Victoria records one new case of coronavirus and zero deaths

There are two cases from an unknown source, a fall of two from four on Thursday. Australians traditionally gather in bars or in private homes to watch the event, a public holiday. The U.S. Centers for...

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