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Newark Police Seek Person of Interest in Stabbing Deaths

A 26-year-old man is wanted in connection with the murders, with this individual having a previous criminal history that includes sexual and aggravated assault, which stems from an incident that on October 9. A county spokesman says the two city residents are related but he declined further comment. The other three people stabbed, the children's 29-year-old mother and two 13-year-old twins, who were the aunt and uncle of the children, are in the hospital in critical condition, Murray said ...

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S Korean President Park agrees to accept Parliament-nominated PM

The prosecutors have already confirmed that they've raided the offices of the Korea Horse Affairs Association and Korea Equestrian Federation. Some opposition members want the president to divorce herself from all domestic affairs and focus only on foreign matters, while others want her to stay out of government completely.

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Global stocks steady as investors await US election results

Financial companies led a broad rally in US stocks in early trading Monday as investors reacted to news that the FBI's review of newly discovered Hillary Clinton emails found no evidence warranting criminal charges against the presidential candidate.

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Prince Charles begins Oman tour with sword dance

Clarence House 5th November, 2016 The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall today carried out the following engagements in Oman. The couple are promoting United Kingdom partnerships in areas including wild life conservation and women in leadership during the visit, which has been organized by the United Kingdom government.

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Hillary Clinton concedes; Donald Trump to be nation's 45th president

At 2 a.m., Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta told the crowd to head home for the night with the race not officially called, but the Democrat's fate all but certain. "The average number of electoral votes we forecast for Clinton is 302, which would be equivalent to her winning either Florida or North Carolina but not both".

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India demonetisation: Chaos as ATMs run dry

Across India, serpentine queue of people were seen standing in front ATMs to withdraw/deposit money . Even if you fail to exchange all your old high denomination bank notes or deposit the same in bank accounts on or before December 30, 2016, an opportunity will be given to you to do so at specified offices of the RBI on later dates along with necessary documentation as may be specified by the RBI, the notification said.

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Trump's surprise wins in crucial USA states rattle world markets

Trump, meanwhile, sent runningmate Mike Pence to the state eight times for a dozen events throughout the general election. The second is that 2016 saw significantly higher numbers of undecided and third-party voters, a possible source of volatility (Libertarian voters could break en masse towards Trump at the last minute).

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Sainsbury's food sales decline in first half

Like-for-like sales - excluding fuel - fell 1% year-on-year in the six months to 24 September period. The group said it would continue to cut prices for shoppers, but cautioned that the impact of the plunging pound on prices was "uncertain" as it braces for an increase in costs over its second half.

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Rio Tinto alerts UK, U.S. watchdogs to payments in Guinea

The payments were made that year which was also when Rio Tinto inked a major agreement with the Guinea government, ABC reports. This comes less than a month after Rio Tinto said it meant to sell its 46.6% stake in Simandou to Chinalco for between $1.1bn and $1.3bn.

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Analyst Perspectives: Union Pacific Corporation (NYSE:UNP)

Finally, State Treasurer State of MI raised its position in shares of Louisiana-Pacific Corp.by 1.1% in the second quarter. Ngam Advisors L.P. increased its position in Union Pacific Corp.by 19.6% in the third quarter. Stock's minimum price target estimates has been figured out at $53 while the maximum price target forecast is established at $110, if we look at the price target with an optimistic approach it has upside potential of 24% from its latest closing price of $88.69.

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West Virginia governor race pits billionaire vs Trump backer

Morrisey called Reynolds a liar and a liberal who donated to Hillary Clinton's campaign in 2007. County Clerk Paula Dunford said the machine that tallied votes "bit the dust". She did not have any firm reports of turnout as of mid-morning. Noting Democrat Jim Justice's victory in the governor's race and an upcoming new Legislature, "we have a chance to come together and put the people's interests first", Morrisey said.

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Threat to 180 jobs as American Apparel's UK arm goes into administration

ADMINISTRATORS have been appointed to the United Kingdom business of American Apparel, which has a store in Nottingham, as the retailer chose to wind down its European operations. The doors at American Apparel's 13 United Kingdom stores will stay open through Christmas, Mr. Tucker added. While the group's American arm is in the throes of being sold, its United Kingdom and European operations are not part of the deal, according to administrator KPMG.

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Hecla Mining Company (NYSE:HL) Updated Broker Price Targets

Following the completion of the transaction, the director now owns 30,000 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $213,900. Hecla Mining Company is engaged in discovering acquiring developing and producing silver gold lead and zinc.

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US proposes awarding new direct China flight to American Airlines

The DOT said it selected American because Delta already offers West Coast-Beijing service while American does not. Delta already flies a daily nonstop route to China from Seattle, while United Continental Holdings Inc UAL.N has service from San Francisco.

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USA job creation remains solid as election nears

Economists expect that 177,000 jobs were created in October and that the unemployment rate hit 4.9%, according to a CNNMoney survey. "The jobs gap shrunk, from 1.4 million in September to 1.1 million in October", said the labor-backed Economic Policy Institute, referring to the number of new jobs the economy still must create to account for population growth and new entrants to the labor market.

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Clinton, Trump in nail-biting finish to brutal U.S. president poll

Boosted by the FBI's decision, the peso rose as much as 2.5 percent on Monday, on pace for its largest one-day percentage gain since September 27, to hit a 12-day high of 18.55 per dollar. The FBI did not disclose the source of the new emails. "You know, I think the fact is, people should vote on the basis of who they think is capable of being president", Feingold said.

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Arun Jaitley Announces 4 GST Slabs At GST Council Meet

Luxury cars, tobacco and other sin items will be taxed at 28% along with an additional cess. "One of the objects of integrating taxes is that each assessee will have to face only one assessing officer", finance minister Arun Jaitley told reporters after a meeting of the GST Council.

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Qualcomm to acquire NXP Semiconductors

United States company Qualcomm acquired Dutch chipmaker NXP in a deal that involves about 43 billion euros, NOS reports. NXP supplies chips for the automotive industry, among other things. The deal will allow Qualcomm to strengthen its position in markets such as connected cars and the internet of things , CEO Steve Mollenkopf said, announcing the deal.

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Campaigns aim for turnout as voters deliver decision in Trump-Clinton brawl

Trump, meanwhile, must rely on the Republican Party in Florida, a formidable operation in the state, said Smith. If, for example, Donald Trump wins Florida, North Carolina, Arizona, Iowa, New Hampshire and Maine's 2nd Congressional District but he loses OH, he will be at 246 Electoral College votes.

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RBI issues new series of Rs 500, Rs 2000 currency notes

The action by Modi, who is drawing closer to the midway of his term, is an endeavor to fulfill his race guarantee of illicit salary, also known as black money, stashed overseas. The notes can be deposited at Reserve Bank with a declaration after December 30. "In a country?s history there come some moments when every person feels he too should be a part of it", the Prime Minister said.

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Millions scramble after India scrapped its largest banknotes

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee called it "draconian" and demanded its withdrawal. We can no longer let corruption & black money slow down our development journey. Officials said there were 6.7 billion pieces of Rs 1,000 notes in circulation and 16.5 billion pieces of Rs 500. PM Modi stated that on humanitarian grounds notes of 500 and 1000 rupees will be accepted at government hospitals, pharmacies in government hospitals (with prescription of a doctor), booking counters ...

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Put the Packers in the Hall of Ordinary after loss to Colts

All seven could be considered must-win games. At 3-5, plenty of work, and likely some breaks, will be needed along the way. Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers completes quick 2-yard touchdown pass to WR Davante Adams against the Colts. Still, while no wins ever come easily , everything was set up for Green Bay to come out victorious. The defense sacked Rodgers three times and constantly made him uncomfortable in the pocket.

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Durst of 'The Jinx' pleads not guilty to murder

It has always been suspected that Durst was involved with Berman's December 2000 death, as she allegedly had information related to the disappearance of Kathleen , whose body has never been found. Looking frail but alert, Durst, 73, agreed to wait until February 15 to return and set the date for his preliminary hearing. Durst was acquitted of Black's murder in 2003 and was never charged in connection with his wife's disappearance, for which he says he had no involvement.

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Economy Watch: Middling Job Creation in October

This jobs report provides solid evidence that the labor market is improving for most of the labor force. An alternative national gauge of joblessness that counts not only the officially unemployed but also the part-timers who would prefer full-time work, and people who have stopped looking for jobs, fell to 9.5 percent.

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OPEC sees oil prices rising more slowly amid glut of crude

After last week's bear run on Brent, which knocked 8.3% off the value of its January contract barrel price, New York-based Morgan Stanley warned against being overly skeptical of OPEC's ability to cut its output. " Oil prices have been down all week because we're seeing some of the OPEC countries' negotiating stances, half of which are in the public". The Energy Department predicted that domestic production will top 8.7 million barrels per day next year.

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Donald Trump sweeps away Florida, race to Oval office intensifies

While it is no surprise Trump won Texas, Clinton had been leading early as the results trickled in. Trump, however, will get around 272 Electoral College votes on current projections - just two more than necessary for victory. This is how ME and Nebraska do it. All signs point to Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote, but she faces an uphill battle when it comes to the electoral college which decides the victor of the presidential election.

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Cyprus's president says hopes to bridge chasm in peace talks next week

President Nicos Anastasiades, who leads the Greek Cypriot community, is due to take part in talks with his Turkish Cypriot counterpart Mustafa Akinci at a Swiss resort from November 7-11. Hundreds of churches, religious sites and monuments in the north were left to ruin following the island's split - "sacrificed" to politics, said Ali Tuncay, a Turkish Cypriot member of a committee tasked with restoration work.

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Climate Meeting President Stresses Action on Green Climate Fund Contributions

Joe Thwaites, a research associate with the US -based World Resources Institute (WRI), said a high-level dialogue between ministers at the climate talks on November 16 presented a good opportunity for new commitments on scaling up adaptation finance.

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OPEC raises oil-demand forecast on outlook for cheaper crude

Brent crude ended 57 cents, or 1.3 percent, higher at $46.15 a barrel. President James Williams of WTRG, an energy consultant group, said the impasse "is lowering people's expectations of a future agreement to cut or cap production" as he pointed out that most of the production in the member states of the oil cartel are done by public owned firms.

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CAMPAIGN 2016: Judge denies Trump ballot challenge in Nevada`

He said the last vote at the site was cast shortly before 10 p.m. PT. "I am not going to issue any order", Sturman said. A spokesperson for the county, Dan Kulin has said that closing time was not extended for early voting stations and added that they did however, process voters who were in line at closing time to allow as many people to vote as possible.

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Brent Batten: Early votes count up and down ballot

The county has more than 364,000 registered voters, about 35 percent of whom are black, and for the first week of early voting had only one polling station open. "As a share of Early Voters, African Americans are down 6.0%, (2012: 28.9%, 2016: 22.9%) and Caucasians are up 4.2%, (2012: 65.8%, 2016: 70.0%)". "Our Republican Board members should feel empowered to make legal changes to early voting plans, that are supported by Republicans", Woodhouse wrote.

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Senate Control in the Balance in Congressional Election

The Senate races were shadowed every step of the way by the polarizing presidential race between Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. However, the importance of the races for the Senate and House of Representatives, which together make up the US Congress, can not be underestimated.

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After FBI lifts cloud over Clinton email probe, peso surges

FBI Director James Comey made the announcement in a letter to Congress, saying the agency had worked " around the clock " to complete its review of newly discovered emails and found no reason to change its July finding. During remarks at a black church Sunday morning, Clinton urged voters to choose "unity over division" as she sought to close a caustic presidential campaign on an uplifting note .

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Judge Says No to Donald Trump Nevada Lawsuit Motion

The Trump campaign claims the county's registrar kept a polling station open for two extra hours during early voting in order to increase turnout from Democrats. Sturman also said that releasing the names of poll workers would open them up to harassment from "trolls". Stakes are high in presidential battleground Nevada, where more than half of the state's 1.5 million active registered voters went to the polls early, and where Trump referred to the late closures as evidence the voting is ...

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Trump edges closer to White House win, rattles world markets

Hillary Clinton's campaign chair John Podesta told her election night audience at Javits Center in Manhattan that the campaign will have no comment until later on Wednesday. Mary Massella, an Oakland nurse who emigrated as a child from Guatemala, said her phone was "going crazy" with broken-hearted relatives. The 45th president will inherit an anxious nation, deeply divided by economic and educational opportunities, race and culture.


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