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UN chief in Haiti gets glimpse of Matthew's destruction

While visiting victims of Hurricane Matthew UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described the destruction by the storm as "heartbreaking", expressing disappointment at scant emergency aid reaching the struggling nation. Cholera has killed more than 10,000 people and affected some 700,000 since an outbreak in 2010, with 500 new cases reported every week. For years, the United Nations had denied or been silent on longstanding allegations that it was responsible for introducing cholera to Haiti ...

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PlayStation VR works with other consoles, sort of

That may have something to do with the firm's insistence on targeting specific, mostly Sony-branded hardware rather than opening up to Apple and wider Android devices, though. Remarkably though, there's one feature even we didn't realise originally. So instead of plugging in the HDMI cable to your PS4, plug it into your Xbox One or Wii U instead.

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Donald Trump rallies support in North Carolina

I wanted a job within your organization. Zervos spoke at a press conference with civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred on October 16, 2017. She said Trump greeted her in "a sing-song voice", then emerged from a back room dressed in a suit and kissed her "open-mouthed, pulling me towards him".

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Amazon Music Unlimited Launches At Prices Far Below Spotify, Apple

The service is made available for $7.99 per month for Prime members and $9.99 per month for non-Prime members. There are Amazon Music Unlimited apps available on Android, iOS, and the desktop. Amazon's Echo speakers provide a mixed bag of features from home assistant, music player, planner, and more thanks to it's smart artificial intelligence Alexa.

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New global deal to limit HFCs reached is legally binding

The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol builds on the strong global momentum for multilateral efforts to address climate change, including the landmark Paris Agreement, which will enter into force on November 4, the statement said.

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China to blast 2 astronauts into space on Monday

Astronauts with China's Shenzhou-11 manned spacecraft, which is scheduled for blast-off early Monday, will be special correspondents for Xinhua News Agency during their space mission. Can Nasa and China work together in space? Since 2011, the US Congress has barred NASA from contact with China's space program because of national security concerns.

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PlayStation VR is Compatible with Xbox One and PC

In other words, you're either making virtual reality your main hobby, or you have a lot of money lying around - which most people don't. This fits with the console's living-room based environment, but you will need nearly as much space as the HTC Vive's full room-scale VR tracking with immersive titles.

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Conjoined Twin Boys Successfully Separated in Rare Surgery

She posted: "The overall atmosphere was one of celebration mixed with uncertainty". SUCH happy news! Conjoined twins, baby boys Anias & Jadon McDonald, have successfully been separated! "Well, we did it ", said Goodrich, who has performed six previous separation surgeries .

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Australia's major airlines announce ban on Samsung Galaxy Note7

The Transportation Department warned that passengers who packed the devices in checked luggage raised the risk of "a catastrophic incident". But reports began to emerge of the replacement phones also catching fire, which forced Samsung to give up on the Note 7 product entirely.

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Government bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones from airliners

The ban will go into effect Saturday at noon (Eastern Standard Time). "If passengers attempt to travel by air with their Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices, they will be denied boarding", the department said in a statement. Samsung recalled more than 2.5 million of the smartphones and discontinued the product earlier this week. Traveller can not board an Air Canada flight with the device on them or in their checked luggage.

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Mass shooting in United States kills 3, injures 12

Lopez says police are seeking a suspect he described as a black male, possibly accompanied by a woman. Three people were killed and 12 others wounded when a mass shooting broke out in Los Angeles on Saturday, police said. "We can not tolerate these tragedies multiplying in communities across America". The shooting occurred in a residential area of modest homes. Police did not disclose the names or ages of the fatalities or the wounded.

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We should do a drug test before the debate

However, the Post said Anderson never said that Trump was alone. We wrote here and here about how Associated Press reporter Jill Colvin has made herself and her "news" agency spokesmen for the Hillary Clinton campaign. I really don't sit alone that much. Ms Leeds, who is now 74, said Mr Trump groped her on a flight to NY, in or around 1980. -Kristin Anderson, 46, told The Washington Post that she was sitting on a couch with friends at a NY nightclub in the early 1990s when someone ...

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Arsene Wenger frustrated despite Swansea win

Lots of goals , a red card, momentum swings, a nerve-wracking finish. Bradley added: "I never considered this game ( Arsenal ) a free hit, but I know this week's game will be a different kind of game to this". After starting his City tenure with 10 straight wins, Pep Guardiola has now gone three matches without a victory after this draw at Etihad Stadium.

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Fans Chant 'Metro Sucks' During Game 5 At Nationals Park

Fans chanted "Metro sucks" when the announcement was made during the seventh inning of Thursday's game. The Dodgers advance to face the Chicago Cubs in the National League Championship Series beginning Saturday in Chicago. Just four minutes later, Scherzer served up a solo home run to Joc Pederson on his first pitch of the seventh and his 99th of the game, setting off a domino effect.

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NZ one of 197 countries committing to greenhouse gas reduction

While the Paris agreement included pledges by almost every country to cut emissions of heat-trapping carbon dioxide from the fossil fuels that power vehicles, electric plants and factories, the new Kigali deal has a single target: chemical coolants called hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, used in air conditioners and refrigerators.

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Nike+ Apple Watch Series 2 to arrive on October 28

The 38mm model will cost $369 while the 42mm version will be worth $399, the same as other models from the Apple Watch Series 2 . The Nike Sport band for the watch is made of a stronger fluoroelastomer , as Apple's original Watch Sport Band; and now features perforations for better sweat management.

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Samsung Estimates Note 7 Fallout Will Cost Them $3 Billion

Despite the setback, Samsung Electronics still expects to make 5.2 trillion won (£3.7bn) in operating profit during the third quarter after the recall cost. Previous media reports exposed the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handsets were still being sold in the mainland markets despite the company announcing on Tuesday to recall all 190,984 Note 7 handsets on the mainland.

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Two More People Die in North Carolina Floods

Matthew killed a total of 41 people in the USA, and more than 500 in Haiti. McCrory spoke after touring Edgecombe County, about 60 miles east of Raleigh, where the town of Princeville flooded. A swift water rapids team from Charlotte and teams from Greensboro and Brunswick County were helping agencies on the ground Thursday in Pender County.

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Trump suggests Clinton was on drugs at debate, claims election is 'rigged'

Trump said. "I think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. I do". It was not the first time Trump has raised the idea the election is unfairly tilted against him, but it has become a resurgent theme for the NY billionaire and many of his supporters in the past several days as he's slipped in preference polls and faced allegations of sexual misconduct.

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200 nations agree to cut super greenhouse gases

The talks in Kigali , the capital of Rwanda, did not draw the same spotlight as the climate change accord forged in Paris previous year. HFCs are described as the world's fastest-growing climate pollutant and are used in air conditioners and refrigerators.

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Trump's tweets take on Clinton, media

The latest Trump news from battleground state election polls isn't good for the Republican presidential campaign and its nominee. A spokesman for Trump denied the allegations. There was trouble in OH, too, where Trump severed ties with the state's Republican Party chairman, Matt Borges, who had become openly critical of the nominee at times .

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FAU Poll: Clinton Leads Trump by 6 Points in Florida

So far in 2016, white votes are down by more than one-third while the number of black voters, who tend to favor Democrats, slipped lower. As the GOP battled itself, Clinton focused on climate change in swing state Florida alongside former Vice President Al Gore.

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Countries reach deal to limit HFCs

India, the world's third-worst polluter, preferred as late as 2031, saying it needed time for its economy to grow. The legally binding accord, agreed upon in the Rwandan capital Kigali on Saturday, was celebrated as the biggest environmental success since last year's Paris climate deal, which aims to limit the global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius.

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United States election is rigged, and Hillary Clinton should take drug test

Donald Trump suggested without evidence Saturday that Democrat Hillary Clinton might have been on drugs at their most recent debate and that the election is "rigged" against him, adding a new round of unsubstantiated assertions to an increasingly scathing campaign.

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Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence standing by Trump

Trump's aides have pledged to continue pushing his critique of former President Bill Clinton's treatment of women, a topic most senior party leaders see as toxic - and likely to open the door for Hillary Clinton to become president and endangering Republican seats in Congress.

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Wells Fargo, Amid Turmoil, Beats Estimates: Q3 Earnings

Wells Fargo wouldn't say who knew about the fake accounts or when they knew it, couldn't say how numerous affected customers were abandoning the bank, and didn't make its new chairman, Stephen Sanger, available for questions. The CFO added that compensation for senior executives is delayed "over the course of years", and is "at risk [based on] the performance of the company overall".

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Led Syria talks begin in Lausanne

In an interview this week with a Russian media outlet, Assad said a military victory in Aleppo would provide the Syrian army a "springboard" for liberating other parts of the country. "They gave us little option: Leave or all hell breaks loose", said Yousef al Hasnawi, a resident on the local rebel council. A senior Russian official said Moscow hadn't ruled out the possibility of a strike by the USA -led coalition on Russian service members stationed in Syria.

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Replaced Samsung Galaxy Note7 model catches fire on USA flight, triggers evacuation

A replacement model of the fire-prone Samsung Note 7 smartphone began popping and smoking Wednesday morning aboard a Southwest Airlines flight, causing the evacuation of the aircraft while still on the ground in Louisville. "Once we have examined the device we will have more information to share", it said. Green's Note 7 was now with the Louisville Fire Department for investigation.

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Donald Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of being on drugs at debate

In a country with a history of peaceful political transition, his challenge to the United States election's legitimacy was a striking rupture of faith in American democracy. Trump is denying stories in which eight women have accused him of sexual misconduct. Voters said Senator Ayotte's distancing of herself from Trump did not affect their choice to vote for him.

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German court rejects appeal to block EU-Canada trade agreement

Ministers from all 28 E-U countries must approve the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement or it is effectively dead. EXCLUSIVE/ The European Commission faces an EU court battle to keep secret its lawyers' analysis on whether the controversial investor-state-dispute (ISDS) clause in draft trade deals with the US and Canada is illegal.

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How To Set Up PlayStation VR Headset [Tutorial]

In total, eight physical games such as Batman: Arkham from Warner Bros. were available on launch day. Released yesterday, Sony is already projecting that several hundreds of thousands of its PlayStation VR headset will sell in the coming weeks.

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Trump Spox Offers Bizarre Armchair Truther Response To Groping Allegations

Their claim: Jessica Leeds' accusation that Donald Trump groped her on an airplane in the early 1980s can't be true. "Because people will say the same thing about you, that you're supporting Donald Trump for fifteen minutes of fame". "First class seats have fixed armrests". " Donald Trump had his own plane in the '80s, he doesn't fly commercial", Pierson said. But I do think, at the end of the day, women need to be more concerned about their neighborhoods, their children, their ...

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Turkish Stream's construction to start in 2018

Before the two leaders addressed the media, an intergovernmental agreement on the Turkish Stream pipeline was signed in their presence. Erdogan said he and the Russian leader had discussed Turkish-backed Syrian opposition forces' efforts to recapture areas near the Turkish border from the Islamic State group and said they had assessed possible cooperation with Russia.

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South Florida football coach gunned down at practice

No one else was injured. Williams was killed by an unidentified man at 8.44pm in the park's parking lot while 600 adults and children partook in activities inside. "I pray this doesn't impact the programme". Martin Maultsby, president of the Florida Youth Football League, said that games that had been planned for this weekend against the Miami Gardens Chiefs had been cancelled.

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Sony to bring a half dozen PlayStation games to mobile next year

According to reports , the popular smartphone manufacturer is planning to launch at least five games meant for smartphones by the end of March 2018. Last year, Nintendo signed a deal with games maker DeNA to bring a number of titles to mobile.


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