• Cardi B blames temporary breakup on the 'Bronx girl' in her
Cardi B blames temporary breakup on the 'Bronx girl' in her

As her team began packing, Albany police arrived. Cardi B was recently kicked out of a NY hotel over the weekend after cops arrived when complaints about the singer were made. "I get paranoid and none of my team smokes". You know where she at, you know where she be - not in her hotel! Albany police spokesman Steve Smith told the Albany T...

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  • Director James Toback accused of sexual harassment by over 30 women
Director James Toback accused of sexual harassment by over 30 women

His most recent movie " The Private Life of a Modern Woman ", starring Sienna Miller , premiered this year at the Venice Film Festival. Numerous reports centre on Toback offering to give young actresses a boost in their career in exchange for something sexual, while others are situations where Toback approached them.

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  • World Health Organization 'rethinking' Mugabe appointment
World Health Organization 'rethinking' Mugabe appointment

Health Minister Simon Harris described the decision as "offensive" and "bizarre", while HSE Director General Tony O'Brien said the appointment was "shameful". "Zimbabwe has ratified the WHO FCTC (Framework Convention on Tobacco Control) in 2014 and the government has launched a levy fund for NCDs to generate revenues for health promotion, including...

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  • 'Mersal' Row: Makers Release Statement Clarifying That They Spoke To BJP Leaders
'Mersal' Row: Makers Release Statement Clarifying That They Spoke To BJP Leaders

In fact, the controversial GST scene had gone viral on the internet. Vadivelu makes a sarcastic remark that his pocket is empty showing his wallet while thanking " digital India ". P A Ranjith, a movie director, said, "I don't think there is a need to remove portions in " Mersal " that addresses the GST and other issues". Narayanasamy on Sund...

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  • Egypt: 50 policemen killed during clashes with militants
Egypt: 50 policemen killed during clashes with militants

Egypt has been struggling to contain an insurgency by Islamic militants led by an affiliate of the Islamic State group, centred mostly across the Suez Canal in the northern region of the Sinai Peninsula. The exchange of gunfire took place on Friday in the al-Wahat al-Bahriya district in the Giza governorate, about 135 kilometers, from the Egyptian...

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  • Texas city requires no Israel boycott for hurricane relief
Texas city requires no Israel boycott for hurricane relief

The application is mainly comprised of unremarkable legalities, with one notable exception: a clause stating that the applicant will not take part in a boycott of Israel for the duration of the grant. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has strongly criticised the contract, saying it infringes on constitutional rights. Verification not to...

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  • Evening Standard Magazine Apologizes to Solange for Touching Her Hair
Evening Standard Magazine Apologizes to Solange for Touching Her Hair

Evening Standard have apologised to Solange after controversy surrounding their recent interview with the singer. On the Evening Standard cover , Knowles' hair was digitally altered and her signature Orion crown braid was erased. Sheesh, we can only imagine how popping the Evening Standard Magazine's DMs (and comments section) are right n...

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  • Rahul Gandhi's twitter tactics exposed; bots being used, say experts
Rahul Gandhi's twitter tactics exposed; bots being used, say experts

Hindustan time in a report had claimed that Rahul Gandhi's tweets have been retweeted more than any other politician in recent times which now appears to be the work of bots or fake users. The 30,000 retweets for this remark was what caught everyone's attention. Rathore, MoS for Youth Affairs and Sports, tweeted, "In sports, this would come und...

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  • Trump has no plan to block scheduled release of JFK records
Trump has no plan to block scheduled release of JFK records

Most of the assassination documents (88%) have already been released, according to a JFK-related Web site that has been counting down the days, with the remainder now being released next week comprising 3,810 documents, including formerly redacted and withheld documents.

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  • New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern sets out priorities: climate, inequality and women
New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern sets out priorities: climate, inequality and women

The Labour-NZ First coalition will control 55 of the 120 seats in the country's parliament, meaning it will be dependent on the Green Party and its eight lawmakers to overcome the 61-seat threshold to pass policies. "That's why in the end we chose a coalition government of New Zealand First with Labour". Green party lawmakers will be offered mini...

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  • India rout Pakistan 4-0, enter Asia Cup hockey final
India rout Pakistan 4-0, enter Asia Cup hockey final

As per the rule of the tournament, the top two teams in the stage will play the final and other two will play for third place on Sunday. The young Indian team is flying high on confidence after leading a strong campaign in the Asia Cup tournament which is underway in Dhaka .

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  • Britain prepares to face Storm Brian's 70mph winds
Britain prepares to face Storm Brian's 70mph winds

The Met Office has officially named the storm that is set to better the Duchy on Saturday. Now officials are urging us to stay away from the coast and to be prepared as the county anticipates four-metre high swells. Storm Brian is supposed to hit areas of the United Kingdom tonight (20 October) and will pass through over the weekend. "Those win...

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  • Everton fan banned from games after Lyon brawl
Everton fan banned from games after Lyon brawl

Everton issued a statement saying they had banned an individual from future matches after reviewing footage of the incident and would be making a formal complaint to Merseyside Police. Everton's defeat to Lyon virtually ended their Europa League hopes and Koeman needs a reaction when Arsenal visit tomorrow - with the Toffees sitting jus...

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  • Unemployment rate for Nebraska remains unchanged from August
Unemployment rate for Nebraska remains unchanged from August

The biggest gains were made in Trade, Transportation and Utilities, and Leisure and Hospitality. The report says the September rate was half a percentage point under the year-ago rate of 3.3 percent. "While there are more people working today than any time in the state's history and participating in the robust economy, there are still people who ...

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  • Syrian Army chief: Syria-Iran ties are strategic
Syrian Army chief: Syria-Iran ties are strategic

Military support from Iran and Russian Federation has helped Assad regain swathes of Syria from rebels and Islamic State militants. In a statement made by the Israeli army, a rocket fired from Syria hit the Golan Heights under Israeli occupation.

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  • U.S. secretary of state to soon visit Pakistan to discuss regional situation
U.S. secretary of state to soon visit Pakistan to discuss regional situation

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump will visit a number of Asian countries, including China, in November. Qatari foreign minister said on July 31 that the crisis should be solved through diplomacy without touching Qatar's sovereignty and made it clear that Qatar will not accept any demands that are not in line with worldwide law.Tillerson departed on...

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  • SC Gets Extension From Federal Govt. For REAL ID Compliance
SC Gets Extension From Federal Govt. For REAL ID Compliance

Current North Dakota driver's licenses will be accepted for boarding aircraft for another two years after the state received a federal waiver to comply with Real ID requirements, the state Department of Transportation said Wednesday. "Fallin's leadership in signing REAL ID into law". Once the state is certified compliant, you will have until Se...

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  • President Trump is Still Rich, But Drops in Forbes Latest List
President Trump is Still Rich, But Drops in Forbes Latest List

Trump's fall comes during what Forbes calls "another record year for the wealthiest people in America". His highest net worth valuation by the magazine came in 2015 at $4.5 billion. Bill Gates ($US88.8 billion) continued to top the Forbes 400 list, followed by one of Mr Trump's many enemies, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos ($US85.5 billion) and...

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  • Pyongyang threatens 'unimaginable strike' as United States & S. Korea hold drills in region
Pyongyang threatens 'unimaginable strike' as United States & S. Korea hold drills in region

The current 10-day exercise , which began on Monday, involves naval ships, helicopters, fighter jets, submarines, and the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan . Senior Japanese, South Korean and USA diplomats have been meeting in Seoul to discuss diplomacy and sanctions in the face of North Korea's on-going missile development progra...

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  • LEGO Ideas 21312 Women of NASA unveiled [News]
LEGO Ideas 21312 Women of NASA unveiled [News]

LEGO Women of NASA will be available for purchase worldwide from November 1st but lucky fans visiting NY will be able to purchase the set already on October 28th where Maia Weinstock hosts a Signing event at the Flatiron District LEGO Store.

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  • Edgewood, Maryland shooting suspect Radee Labeeb Prince linked to Wilmington shooting: cops
Edgewood, Maryland shooting suspect Radee Labeeb Prince linked to Wilmington shooting: cops

A gunman stormed a suburban Maryland business park today and shot five people, three of them fatally, before escaping, police officers said. Three people are dead and two are injured after a reported workplace shooting at an industrial park northeast of Baltimore, officials say.

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  • Children, 5 and 7, stabbed to death in Colorado Springs
Children, 5 and 7, stabbed to death in Colorado Springs

Police were called to the 3300 block of Queen Anne Way, just southwest of N. Academy Boulevard and Austin Bluffs Parkway around 10:20 p.m. Tuesday. In Colorado, investigators are interviewing people who were in the house at the time of the stabbings and talking to neighbors and other family members to find out more about the family, Black said.

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  • Bodies of two missing hikers found in Joshua Tree National Park
Bodies of two missing hikers found in Joshua Tree National Park

Sunday in a remote region of Joshua Tree National Park. "I feel that we have closure", he said. The bodies have yet to be formally identified, she said. Maybe I hope he'll answer". "ID's will be pending autopsies", San Bernardino County Sheriff's wrote on Twitter . The couple disappeared while hiking in the area on July, sparking massive searc...

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  • Google's Alphabet looks to revolutionize Toronto
Google's Alphabet looks to revolutionize Toronto

Alphabet says its Sidewalk Labs unit will design a city district in Toronto as the research group pushes urban design it says can make cities less congested and more affordable. 800 acres of Toronto's underdeveloped waterfront (The Quayside area) will soon become home to Google's Canadian headquarters. The project also seeks to be a place th...

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  • At least 6 killed, 10 injured in Quetta blast
At least 6 killed, 10 injured in Quetta blast

Security sources said a roadside bomb exploded just as the police vehicle carrying 35 police personnel passed the Sariab Mill area on the Quetta-Sibbi Road. The truck was carrying police recruits, five of whom were killed, along with two passers-by on the city's eastern outskirts, Quetta Police Chief Abdur Razzaq Cheema said.

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  • 'How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?'
'How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?'

He lasted just 10 days in his White House job during which he went on a foul-mouthed rant to a journalist which was made public. He addressed the Oxford Union on Monday night, calling President Donald Trump a "political genius" and insisting that 'he's definitely not a sociopath'.

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  • Trump Draws National Outrage After Claiming Obama Never Called Gold Star Families
Trump Draws National Outrage After Claiming Obama Never Called Gold Star Families

He said it's possible that President Barack Obama "did sometimes" but "other presidents did not call". "They've been sent, or they're going out tonight, but they were written during the weekend", Trump said. "All I can do is ask my generals". From our perusal of news reports and news databases, we could not find any contemporaneous evidenc...

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  • Pakistan cricketers party ahead of Sri Lankan encounter
Pakistan cricketers party ahead of Sri Lankan encounter

Sri Lanka's supporting, meanwhile, has agreed to travel to Lahore as well. SLC also indicated that their president Thilanga Sumathipala will accompany the players with the Pakistan board and government confirming they will be given the same security measures given to the World XI players, who toured the country successfully for a three match...

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  • Nuclear War Likely on the Korean Peninsula: North Korea
Nuclear War Likely on the Korean Peninsula: North Korea

On Saturday he also singled out North Korea's development of deliverable nuclear weapons as "the most significant geopolitical risk" to otherwise steady growth in the global economy. Earlier this year, Kim Jong-un, the Supreme leader of North Korea stated that the country has evolved itself as a fully fledged nuclear power, with atom bombs, hyd...

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  • Zuma's statue: Fani Kayode rips Rochas Okorocha apart
Zuma's statue: Fani Kayode rips Rochas Okorocha apart

Suraj. Lanre Suraj, CSNAC's Chairman, said in a statement on Sunday the honour bestowed on Mr. Zuma would embolden the president to tell his people he is celebrated overseas. Your love for education to us is the connection between you and government and the people of Imo State. Nigerians had taken to Twitter to vent their anger on Governor Roc...

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