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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:49
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit a family centre on the last day of their Canadian tour
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:46
French schoolboy faces terrorism charges as concern grows youths are being targeted via encrypted messaging
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:46
Bundesliga: Bayern stopped by Cologne, Dortmund fail to take advantage
  Bayern Munich dropped their first points of the season but Borussia Dortmund failed to capitalize and were beaten at Bayer Leverkusen. Hamburg's slump continued with defeat at Hertha in new coach Markus Gisdol's debut.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:37
Spain's Socialist Party chief Pedro Sanchez announces resignation
  Spain's Socialist Party (PSOE) leader Pedro Sanchez has announced his resignation. The party has been wracked by dissent and more than half of the party executive quit in a bid to oust their leader.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:34
Amanda Knox Says ‘Coercive’ Police Interrogation Led Her to Change Her Story
  "I was hit on the back of the head, I was yelled at"


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:24
French woman gets tax demand sent to her grave
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:18
Kashmir 'faces worst crisis in a generation'
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:18
US federal authorities list first bee species as endangered
  Seven types of Hawaiian native bee are now facing possible extinction, US wildlife authorities say. Another bee found in the continental US is also being considered for protection.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:11
Boxer's team 'not aware' of headaches
  Management team behind Scottish boxer Mike Towell say they were unaware he had suffered headaches before his death.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:08
After 20 years, Ortiz leaving on his own terms _ and on top
  BOSTON (AP) -- The Mariners traded him. The Twins released him. And even the Boston fans gave up on David Ortiz a couple of times after he struggled to start the spring or limped away before the year was over....


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:05
U.S. says hackers probed voting systems, no sign of damage
  (Reuters) - Hackers have probed the voting systems of many U.S. states but there is no sign that they have manipulated any voting data, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on Saturday.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 06:02
Timber Company Tells California Town, Go Find Your Own Water
  Residents of Weed, Calif., are battling a timber company for the rights to water that has been piped to houses in the area for more than a century.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:58
Sticking with Assad: Russia has a risky Syria policy
  Russia has spent the past year openly fighting alongside Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's troops. The decision to do so is a risky one.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:55
Terrifying moment skydiver's parachute malfunctions in US
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:52
Disquiet as Dresden hosts German Unity Day festivities
  Dresden police say they are prepared for troublemakers as the city hosts three days of events to remember German reunification in 1990. Veteran civil rights advocates say far-right extremism should not be underestimated.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:45
Translating Shakespeare? 36 Playwrights Taketh the Big Risk
  The Oregon Shakespeare Festival has challenged playwrights to translate Shakespeare into modern English, while hewing to the rule “Do no harm.”


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:45
A Singer’s Journey: From Solitary Confinement to the Met Opera
  Ryan Speedo Green, a 30-year-old bass-baritone with a budding international career, is the subject of a new book and much attention.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:45
A Curious Plan to Fight Climate Change: Buy Mines, Sell Coal
  Tom Clarke, a nursing home owner, concocted a strategy to cut carbon emissions by gaining control of millions of tons of coal reserves and multiple mines.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:45
Inside Venezuela’s Crumbling Mental Hospitals
  The state-run El Pampero Hospital in Venezuela has almost no drugs left for its tormented patients, let alone food and clothing, amid the nation’s economic crisis.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:45
The Torment of Venezuela’s Mentally Ill
  Amid the nation’s economic collapse, psychiatric hospitals are running out of supplies, and thousands of patients are drifting into despair and psychosis.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:45
After Trump-Clinton, Vice-Presidential Debate Isn’t Exactly ‘the Return of Elvis’
  Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton drew a record television audience for their first debate. By comparison, their running mates, Mike Pence and Tim Kaine, may be heavier on policy than on pizazz.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:35
Ryder Cup 2016: Europe fight back to cut US lead to 6½-5½
  Sergio Garcia and Rafa Cabrera-Bello stage a remarkable comeback as Europe further cut America's lead to 6½-5½ at the Ryder Cup.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:33
Labour is irrelevant under Jeremy Corbyn and his poisonous comrades 
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:33
The embarrassing question left unanswered by the MH17 report 
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:33
I fink this is the future, but it's just not proper
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:33
Music copyright spat in Macedonia; folk festival postponed
  Macedonian radio and TV channels have been banned from broadcasting Macedonian and Serbian music due to copyright demands — a move that has led to the postponement of a folk festival.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:32
5 decisions that made the Nobel Prizes look bad
  STOCKHOLM (AP) -- Nobel Prizes cannot be revoked, so the judges must put a lot of thought into their selections for the six awards, which will be announced in the next two weeks....


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:32
After suspension, what's next for Alabama chief justice?
  MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore built his career on defiance, and it has cost him his job - twice....


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:29
I am the victim of a cocaine smuggling scam, says aristocrat
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:29
Colombia's peace-maker, and his country, on edge ahead of crucial Sunday vote
  Sergio Jaramillo had to build a peace deal palatable to FARC leaders and the public.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:26
Portrait of the artist
  Stanley Spencer's daughters share their memories of the artist, who died 57 years ago, ahead of the publication of his correspondence.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:26
Hull City 0-2 Chelsea
  Chelsea stop the rot after successive Premier League defeats as they grind down Hull at the KCOM Stadium.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 05:21
Balancing act: Economy Minister Gabriel goes to Iran
  Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has to juggle business interests with Iran's involvement in Syria's civil war. More than 100 executives and journalists will be on hand to take in the show.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:06
Syria conflict: Surveying the damage to Aleppo's hospital
  An air raid on the rebel-held eastern half of the Syrian city of Aleppo has hit the area's largest hospital for the second time in a matter of days, a medical charity says.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:04
US government ends formal oversight role for internet address system
  Despite a last-minute legal challenge, the long-planned end to US government oversight of the internet address system is being passed to a non-profit entity. It is being called the most significant change in years.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:02
Turkey renews OK for military operations in Syria, Iraq
  Turkey’s state-run news agency says parliament has extended by another year a motion allowing cross-border military operations into Syria and Iraq against Kurdish militants and the Islamic State group.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 05:02
Al-Shabaab claims bombing near Somali prison
  The Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for a car bombing that killed four people Saturday in the Somali capital.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:57
Police release details of rapists who attacked and abducted 14-year-old schoolgirl
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:52
Pakistanis turn flag ceremony near Indian border into rally
  A routine daily flag-lowering ceremony at an Indian-Pakistani border crossing has become a show of strength and patriotism on the Pakistani side thanks to simmering tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:39
Turkish leader accuses EU of insincerity on visa promise
  Turkey’s president says the European Union wants to back out of lifting visa restrictions for Turks — a key incentive offered Turkey in a deal to stop thousands of migrants from crossing the Aegean Sea to Greece.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:37
Donald Trump may be dangerously ignorant, but I understand why Americans will vote for him
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:37
The child sex abuse inquiry has a bad history –and no future
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:36
Bundesliga: Bayern stopped by Cologne, Gisdol loses on debut for Hamburg
  On matchday six, Bayern Munich dropped their first points and Hamburg's slump continued at Hertha despite a new head coach. Bremen drew at Darmstadt, Freiburg beat visiting Frankfurt and Hoffenheim won at Ingolstadt.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:36
Tributes paid to boxer Mike Towell who died on Friday night
  Tributes are being paid to Scottish boxer Mike Towell, who has died in hospital after being seriously injured in a bout on Thursday.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:31
Calais protesters wave Union Jacks as they urge Britain to take more migrants
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:31
Mexico’s Colima volcano erupts, 3 hamlets evacuated
  Eruptions at the Colima volcano in western Mexico have led authorities to evacuate two small hamlets on the volcano’s slopes.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:19
Bundesliga Live: Bayer Leverkusen vs. Borussia Dortmund
  Follow our updates in the late game in Matchday Six between Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Dortmund.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:19
French police clash with protesters backing Calais migrants
  French police have fired tear gas and water cannons on protesters defending migrants in the northern city of Calais as the government prepares to shut down the city’s notorious migrant camp.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 04:15
Overweight riders make life heavy going for ponies
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:14
Missouri woman accuses fellow Legislature candidate of rape
  ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A woman running for a seat in the Missouri Legislature has accused a fellow Democratic candidate of raping her....


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:10
Chaves delivers with Tour of Lombardy win
  (Reuters) - Colombian Esteban Chaves lived up to expectations by becoming the first rider from outside Europe to win the Tour of Lombardy classic, the last 'Monument' race of the season, on Saturday.


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French election will have no impact on Paris bid: Estanguet
  PARIS (Reuters) - The outcome of next year’s French presidential election will have no bearing on the Paris bid for the 2024 Olympic Summer Games, bid leader Tony Estanguet said on Saturday.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:10
Jimmy Savile caught on camera groping a girl in front of her mother  
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:09
Million Pound Game: Hull KR 18-19 Salford Red Devils
  Gareth O'Brien kicks a drop-goal in golden-point extra-time as Salford win the Million Pound Game to relegate Hull KR from Super League.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:07
Georgia Pope: Tbilisi stadium largely empty for papal Mass
  The Pope says Mass in a largely empty stadium on a visit to Georgia after the majority Orthodox Christian Church asks followers to stay away.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:05
Walls that gave up Nazi secrets to be preserved in new museum
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 04:04
Hurricane Matthew with 250 kph winds bears down on Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba
  With winds reaching 250 kph (155 mph), Hurricane Mathew is bearing down on Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba. The powerful storm is expected to reach Kingston, on Jamaica's southern coast, on Monday.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:49
Effort to recognize World War II spies hung up in Congress
  McLEAN, Va. (AP) -- Spies don't work for fame or acclaim. But after 75 years, the men and women who served behind the enemy lines in Nazi Germany and the Pacific theater during World War II wouldn't mind some recognition....


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:46
Meet one of the stars of Fifa pack opening
  Ben makes videos of himself opening "packs" of players on the game Fifa. Hundreds of thousands of people watch them.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:39
Crowds cheer Peaty on open-top bus tour in Uttoxeter
  Crowds gathered to applaud Olympic gold medallist Adam Peaty has he travelled through Uttoxeter on an open-top bus with his family.


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Nuclear submarines construction set to start
  Construction work is to start on the UK's new nuclear submarines, after Defence Secretary Michael Fallon announced nearly £1.3bn of new investment with defence firm BAE Systems.


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Eighteen in hospital after Rangers fans coach crash
  A coach carrying Rangers supporters overturns in East Ayrshire injuring 18 people, three of them seriously.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 03:29
Jewish-American ex-sailor, 90, recalls Cyprus internment
  Seventy years later, Murray Greenfield can still remember the anger he felt when he was locked up with hundreds of Jewish Holocaust survivors in a British detention camp on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.


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Angry Brazilian voters looking to upend political order
  In Brazil’s biggest city of Sao Paulo, the leading mayoral candidate is a businessman who once fired people on air during a television reality show. In the country’s crown jewel city of Rio de Janeiro, the front-runner is an evangelical pastor. And in Belo Horizonte, a former pro soccer player is leading the pack.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:29
Syrians refuse attempted relocation along Jordan border
  Syrians stranded on the border with Jordan are refusing to move five kilometers (3.1 miles) west to a soon-to-be opened aid distribution center.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:27
Iran Says It Has Built Attack Drone Based on Captured U.S. Craft
  Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has built a new attack drone that is similar to a U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle captured five years ago, Iranian media reported Saturday.


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Hurricane Matthew Heads for Jamaica, Cuba
  One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes in recent history roared across the Caribbean Saturday on a course that puts Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba in the path of potentially devastating winds and rain.


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Hawaiian bees are first on US endangered species list
  Seven species of yellow-faced bee native to Hawaii are the first bees to be added to the US list of endangered species.


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Jewish-American ex-sailor, 90, recalls Cyprus internment
  NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -- Seventy years later, Murray Greenfield can still remember the anger he felt when he was locked up with hundreds of Jewish Holocaust survivors in a British detention camp on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus....


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:11
Deadly landslides hit southern China in Typhoon Megi's wake
  The deadly storm raked across Taiwan before venting its fury on southern China. Thousands of Chinese soldiers have been deployed to help rescue stranded and missing residents.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 03:11
Ukrainian rebels, govt report partial weapons withdrawal
  Ukrainian government forces and separatist rebels say they have pulled back heavy weapons in only one out of three planned locations on the front line in eastern Ukraine.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:08
Death of inmate's pet hamster sparked £12,000 prison riot
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:06
Meet the Airbnb police
  Short-term rental hosts are getting crafty when it comes to working around rules.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 03:06
Amanda Knox documentary takes media to task
 


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:06
Furious Elon Musk: NEVER discount a Tesla
 


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Hungary's treatment of refugees is a disgrace
  "We came from wars and places where governments are threatening people," 20-year old Nasratullah, an asylum seeker fleeing violence in Afghanistan, told me last week. "And then we came to Hungary and police beat us a lot. I want to know why they are doing this to us. We are not animals and we are not criminals."


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Read 2   2016-10-01 03:06
Can Peres' vision survive his death?
  There's something different about the way the world is mourning the death of former Israeli President Shimon Peres.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:06
Do nuclear weapons prevent all-out war?
  It's safe to say that India-Pakistan relations are nearly on a war footing.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:06
Doolittle Raider remembers secret revenge attack
  The last surviving Doolittle raider tells the story of one of America's most daring secret military missions.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:06
Bees placed on endangered species list
  The United States is on a mission to save some of its busiest workers: bees.


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Boxer, 25, dies after bout
  A 25-year-old Scottish boxer has died in Glasgow, having been stretchered out of the ring after the fight was halted in the fifth round.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 03:06
India moves 10,000 from Kashmir
  India relocated more than 10,000 people from around the disputed border area of Kashmir as tensions with Pakistan continue to escalate.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:06
Spokesman tries to clarify leader's Hitler remarks
  The spokesman for Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte sought to clarify the leader's controversial comparison of his war against suspected drug offenders to Adolf Hitler's extermination of Jews during World War II.


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Hurricane Matthew churns toward Jamaica
  The most powerful hurricane in the Atlantic in nearly a decade churned across the Caribbean -- threatening Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti and the Bahamas.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 03:06
Rescuer saves baby, breaks down
  Covered in dust and the remains of yet another airstrike in the Syrian city of Idlib, a young man clutches a small baby and cries.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 03:06
'I lost,' frustrated Kerry says
  Secretary of State John Kerry's frustration with the failure of American diplomacy was on display as he defended US efforts to help end the five-year civil war in Syria during a meeting last week with a group of Syrian civilians, according to an audio recording obtained by CNN.


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Aleppo hospital hit again as crisis worsens
  One of the main hospitals in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo was reportedly struck Saturday for the second time in four days as regime forces backed by Russia bombard rebel-held areas.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:58
U.S. take early edge in morning foursomes at Ryder Cup
  CHASKA, Minnesota (Reuters) - The United States threatened to pad their overnight lead at the Ryder Cup on Saturday as the hosts led Europe in two foursomes matches and trailed in one after a warm, sunny start at Hazeltine National.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:35
Hurricane Matthew Roars Toward Jamaica, Cuba as Category 4 Storm
  Friday night, it was the strongest Atlantic hurricane since Felix in 2007


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:29
Leader pledges to rid Nigeria of hunger, omits worst crisis
  Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is promising to drive hunger out of Africa’s most populous nation but made no mention of a conflict-driven famine threatening to kill tens of thousands of children.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:22
Exclusive: EU wants Google to stop anti-competitive Android practices, fine expected
  BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators plan to order Alphabet's Google to stop paying financial incentives to smartphone makers to pre-install Google Search exclusively on their devices and warned the company of a large fine, an EU document showed.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 02:19
Judgment day for 'Terminator' Arnold Schwarzenegger in Munich train station
  Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has been stopped by police for cycling through Munich's main train station. The officer left it at a warning, and was rewarded for his forbearance.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 02:14
Germany's Merkel cannot afford to bail out Deutsche Bank: media
  FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel cannot afford to bail out Deutsche Bank given the hard line Berlin has taken against state aid in other European nations and the risk of a political backlash at home, German media wrote on Saturday.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:09
Afghan military kill 6 security forces in air strike mistake
  Afghanistan’s Ministry of Defense says five soldiers and a police officer were killed in an air strike carried out by an Afghan military helicopter in western Farah province.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:09
Roadside bomb hits security vehicle in Egypt’s Sinai, 9 hurt
  Police in the turbulent north of Egypt’s Sinai peninsula say nine policemen have been wounded when their armored personnel carrier was hit by a roadside bomb planted by suspected Islamic State militants.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:06
Swansea City 1-2 Liverpool
  James Milner's late penalty gives Liverpool victory at Swansea, increasing the scrutiny on the hosts' manager Francesco Guidolin.


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Read 1   2016-10-01 02:01
New reports of barrel bomb attacks on besieged Aleppo
  British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Moscow risked becoming an international pariah if its bombing continued. But, Moscow and Damascus appear unperturbed by Western outrage over the relentless bombardments.


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Read 2   2016-10-01 02:01
This Life: The Art of Condolence
  The rules of expressing sympathy have become muddied at best, and concealed in an onslaught of emoji at worst.


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Read 3   2016-10-01 01:59
Donald Trump's cameo in 2000 Playboy video unearthed
 


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Read 2   2016-10-01 01:59
German Economy Ministry blasts Republican Donald Trump
  A bad week for Donald Trump ended with even traditionally conservative US newspapers coming out against the Republican. German government experts have predicted that a Trump presidency would be bad for the US economy.


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