Trump has spent weeks railing about a "rigged system", accusing the Clinton campaign of coordinating attacks on him with the US news media after a 2005 video surfaced of him boasting about groping women. A USA official with knowledge of the case said the emails were related to a separate sexting probe involving Anthony Weiner , the estranged husband of Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
More than 336,000 voters with no party affiliation have voted. Donald Trump would need to be ideal to win-picking up heavily contested states like North Carolina , Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania. Trump was helped by increased backing among independents and greater strength of support: 68 per cent of those backing the real-estate mogul support him "strongly", compared to 61 per cent for Clinton.
Ted Strickland, who is now running for one of Ohio's seats in the U.S. Senate against incumbent Republican Sen. Mrs. Obama also accused Trump's campaign of trying to depress voter turnout and panned his provocative assertion that the results of the November 8 contest may be rigged.
But President Putin has rejected the plea, saying a continued respite will give the U.S. time to separate terrorist groups from the moderate opposition, and will allow militants and civilians to leave Aleppo. According to the European Union official, the Idlib attack was the deadliest since the beginning of the Syrian war. Before Wednesday's attack, 32 children were killed in 2016 in attacks on schools, according to Touma.
Hank Sheinkopf, a Democratic strategist who had previously advised former President Bill Clinton but has no role with Hillary Clinton's campaign, said the linking of Clinton's email woes with Weiner's sex scandals made it harder for her campaign to distinguish itself from Trump's sex scandals.
The predominantly Christian town had seen fierce IS resistance, with reports of several suicide vehicle bombs by militants in response to the special forces' advance. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told an worldwide meeting in Paris on Thursday that the four-day offensive was "advancing faster than planned".
China seized the shoal after a two-month standoff with the Philippines in 2012 and barred Filipinos from fishing there. "Since three days ago there are no longer Chinese ships, coast guard or navy in the Scarborough area", Lorenzana told reporters, referring to the departure of the vessels as a "welcome development".
Uber drivers who did not claim will not be recompensed. The drivers, James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam, argued that because their actions were controlled by Uber, they were employed by the firm and should be entitled to basic workers' rights.
The prices of Brent crude oil retreated by 17 cents after reaching $51.61 per barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude oil retreated by 20 cents to reach $50.56 dollars per barrel. These comments dented the sentiment in the crude oil market. Russian Federation is the world´s largest oil producer but not a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its budget has been hit by low oil prices, the same as for many OPEC nations.
The International Committee of the Red Cross often facilitates the handover of hostages from Colombian rebel groups after their release has been agreed. He did not indicate how long it would take but said talks would not begin until Mr Sanchez was returned "safe and sound". Interior Minister Juan Fernando Cristo said the government was prepared to reschedule to Friday, Saturday "or whenever we are certain that Odin Sanchez has been freed".
And for African Americans, the Trump campaign is using nonpublic Facebook posts with an animation claiming "Hillary Thinks African Americans are Super Predators" targeted at certain potential voters, according to Businessweek . The initiatives would include tax holidays and incentives for inner-city investment, a greater focus on inner-city infrastructure spending, reforming social welfare programs and increasing police presence.
About 700 cadets, trainees, instructors and other staff members were inside the academy when it was attacked, Bugti said. "Suddenly we heard gunshots", he said by telephone from a hospital. He said they were most likely from the banned Lashker-e-Jhangvi Al-Almi militant group affiliated with al-Qaida and the Taliban. The authorities of Pakistan had blamed another militant group, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) for the attack but the Islamic State militant group claimed to have been responsible for ...
During an annual speech at the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi , Putin characterized as " hysteria " accusations from the US intelligence community that Moscow was behind the hacking of Democratic officials and party groups . With Trump, however, the Russian leader feels he may have someone who will cooperate with him "at least against terrorism". The Russian president also criticised the tone of the U.S.
Nintendo reshaped the console market in the mid-2000s with its innovative Wii, whose motion-sensitive controllers and relatively simple games dramatically expanded the audience for gaming, attracting millions of so-called casual players. Originally known as the "Nintendo NX", the production console will be called the Nintendo Switch . The Switch also supports external game pads, which presumably connect to the device via Bluetooth.
Thursday's report said General Gholamreza Samei was on an advisory assignment in Syria. Jan Egeland says the United Nations team is "not giving up". With Thursday's additions, 217 people and 69 entities, including companies and associations, have been targeted by a travel ban and an asset freeze over the violent repression of civilians.
Duterte had expressed hope that Filipino fishermen would be able to return soon to the disputed fishing ground in the West Philippine Sea. In Washington, U.S. Scarborough is a flashpoint in the South China Sea conflict. Chinese occupation of the shoal started in April 2012 when Chinese surveillance ships blocked a Philippine Navy vessel that was chasing Chinese poachers.
It also has not helped the Baltic State mindset that, as has been recounted by the Inquisitr, think tanks like the Atlantic Council have issued reports that have warned that a Russian invasion would likely begin with a swift military sweep with "no warning time" through the Baltic States and into neighboring Poland .
Mr Johnson said the project is "undeliverable" and is likely to be stopped. Anti-expansion groups gathered in the village of Harmondsworth, near Heathrow and in Crawley, near Gatwick, to await the news. "Airport expansion is vital for the economic future of the whole of the United Kingdom and today also provides certainty to Londoners. I think legal challenges, and if necessary direct action, will prevent the growth of Heathrow ".
According to Express News, the ruling party in Gujranwala allegedly assaulted PTI workers. He demanded that the police should release the arrested PTI workers immediately otherwise they would be responsible for the consequences. Records of these establishments will be checked and searches will also be conducted, the police said. "I will 100 percent appear before the Supreme Court on November 1", Khan said, adding that he would consult with lawyers about before producing himself in the ...
Obama said after taking the podium. Clinton is hoping that some of Obama's magnetism and support among young people and African-Americans can help consolidate a lead in North Carolina. Trump made an appearance in the vital battleground of OH, hammering Clinton as corrupt. The day came to a weird end for Trump's running mate, Mike Pence , when his campaign plane skidded off a rain-slick runway at New York's LaGuardia Airport.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys didn't comment on what th. Assistant U.S. Attorney Lee M. Cortes, one of three prosecutors trying the case, is expected to deliver his summation when the trial resumes today. Kelly's office was next to Christie's, and Wildstein went through her to get the governor's approval for the lane closings, Cortes said. "As the jury is not comprised of constitutional scholars, I feel certain that if they believe this defense argument", Lichtman said, "there will be ...
Why can't they win first and talk later?" Trump responded with a common refrain about the Mosul operation lacking the element of surprise. "Mr. Trump also made it very clear that he had no understanding of the nuclear triad or nuclear strategy".
The foreign ministers of Russia, Iran, and Syria will hold talks in Moscow on October 28. Rebels said they seized a factory and pushed into government-held neighbourhoods in southwestern Aleppo, but the Syrian military said through SANA it had repelled the offensive from all fronts, with support from allied militias.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has promised that the USA -backed operation in Raqqa will begin in " weeks ", but has refused to provide a clearer timeline: "This is, as always, a matter when you're positioning forces and so forth, we have a plan to do that and a schedule to do that, and that plan has us generating those forces in a matter of weeks".
Vikas Swarup, spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs, tweeted that Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit "to convey that (a) Pakistan High Commission staffer has been declared persona non grata for espionage activities".
Grassley said, if re-elected, the Senate Judiciary Committee he heads up would not have an active role in any further investigation of Clinton's emails, other than to provide oversight. With less than 11 days before the USA presidential election, the FBI's decision to reopen the investigation shows how serios the discovery is. Following Comey's announcement Friday, Republicans blasted the Democratic presidential nominee.
A new shock hit Hillary Clinton's campaign Friday in the unpredictable and often unbelievable presidential race: The FBI is looking into whether there was classified information on a device belonging to the estranged husband of one of her closest aides.
Trump still has an edge among white women, a key source of strength for Republicans. Republican vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence said the campaign's message matters more than "dollars and cents" and it is up to Mr Trump to decide if he wants to put more of his personal fortune into the campaign.
The raids came just hours after Russian Federation announced it would halt its bombing campaign from 0500 GMT to 1300 GMT on Thursday to allow in relief supplies to the more than 250,000 civilians believed to be trapped in rebel areas. Russian Federation is asking countries that have backed the rebels to help resolve the conflict in Syria by pressing militant fighters to leave Aleppo after Moscow ceased air strikes on rebel-held areas in a goodwill gesture, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry ...
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation moves forward cooperation with European Union to curb illegal migration
But Scaparrotti, who is also a U.S. Army general, told defense ministers that Russian Federation was seeking, in military parlance, "escalation dominance", according to people briefed on the discussions. Although NATO actions often further inflame tensions between Russian Federation and the West, they are beholden to positions from which it is politically hard to abstain.
Authorities deployed large contingents of security forces near the homes of Khan in Islamabad and Awami Muslim League leader Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed in Rawalpindi late on Thursday to prevent them from mobilising their supporters. An Islamabad court on Thursday also issued orders for both police and Khan's party not to block roads or public spaces during the planned protest.
Members of what would become Hillary Clinton's campaign team discussed her use of a private email account as secretary of state in Summer 2014, months before her email practices were publicly revealed . Does anyone believe in national security among these people? Other cyberfirms have corroborated these findings, as has the U.S. government. "We have to have the small business economy coming back and she's the only person to do it".
Sharif is under growing pressure from opposition parties over his children's offshore bank accounts that were revealed in the Panama Papers leak. Sharif has refused to quit but says he'll face investigations to prove he and his family aren't involved in corruption.
Iraq's special forces said Thursday they have completed their objectives east of Mosul and are waiting on other forces to advance from the south in order to further isolate the city before moving in. The World Health Organization said that of the 700,000 people expected to flee Mosul, some 200,000 will require emergency health services, including more than 90,000 children needing vaccinations and 8,000 pregnant women.
Russian Federation is using nuclear threats to try to intimidate Europe, Nato's secretary general has warned. The United States' envoy to NATO , Douglas Lute, told reporters that NATO and the USA military may consider Russian Federation a threat if they had nuclear weapons within range of NATO's deployment.