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Iraqi, Kurdish forces move east, south of Mosul

The offensive to take back Mosul from ISIS has begun with the Iraqi Prime Minister announcing a "clean" Iraq . The much-anticipated announcement comes more than two years after IS seized Iraq's second city, paving the way for the proclamation of its "state".

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Paul Ryan Ignores Trump 'Twitter Storm,' Urges Voters to Do the Same

However, he said, "I'm certainly not going to vote for Hillary Clinton". Fischer's home state GOP colleague, Sen. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump deepened the rift between himself and the party's leadership on Tuesday, saying that now that the "shackles" binding him are off, he will campaign however he wants for the White House after losing the support of many conservative politicians in recent days.

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BRICS to work together against terror

While not scoring this victory, the Modi government did chose the forum to hit out at Pakistan, calling the neighbouring country a "mother-ship of terrorism". "It is a mindset we strongly condemn". They vowed to use "all policy tools - monetary, fiscal, and structural - individually and collectively, to achieve the goal of strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth".

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China launches its longest manned space mission to date

The spacecraft will dock with orbiting space lab Tiangong-2 within two days, and the astronauts will stay in the space lab for 30 days, she said . The Shenzhou spacecraft and the two Tiangong spacelab modules are critical elements of China's Project 921, which is aimed at perfecting low-Earth orbit space transportation, rendezvous and docking technology, in-orbit maintenance before the eventual construction of a large 65-ton space station.

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Battlefield 1 Lets You Play As A Pigeon

At one point you'll get stuck in mud, and the tank will get jumped by enemy troops. You become the pigeon and are tasked with delivering the message. DICE's Battlefield 1 will feature many different sequences in its campaign thanks to the length and breadth of its War Stories.

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Hurricane Matthew Hits Florida, Causing an Estimated 400000 Power Outages

Matthew knocked out power to more than 600,000 homes, and more than 22,000 people sought shelter after massive evacuations Thursday targeted more than 1 million residents. "It's basically a lot of little details - sandbags and duct tape around doorways where water can get in", Wallen said. In Florida and across the southeast USA coast, authorities began to worry that days of watching the storm may be fueling hurricane fatigue.

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China sends two astronauts to space lab

Taikonauts Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong will spend 30 days in space after docking with space laboratory Tiangong-2, which was sent into orbit last month, where it is now positioned 393 kilometers from Earth. China is the third country in the world after Russian Federation and the U.S.to conduct a crewed space mission. It is expected to be fully operational by 2022.

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Alli enjoying advanced role with Tottenham

West Brom go into this match with a full squad, according to Physioroom.com For Tottenham, Mauricio Pochettino has said that Moussa Dembele has had a setback in training and will likely miss out of the game on Saturday. Will we see an upset at the Hawthorns? That is true. It wasn't a problem, I remember it was a situation that stayed on the pitch. 'I have a bit more space to work and be higher up the pitch'.

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Rocket launch should be visible in Connecticut Sunday evening

The rocket will carry nearly 5,100 pounds of science and research, crew supplies and vehicle hardware to the orbital laboratory, NASA said, which will support dozens of science and research investigations during Expeditions 49 and 50. The 133-foot-tall (40-meter) Antares was rolled out to pad 0A on Thursday, Oct. 13 - three days prior to Sunday's intended launch date. When it is launched, the rocket should be visible in CT about 2.5 minutes after launch at about 5 degrees above the horizon, ...

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1.4 million people are about to lose their current Obamacare coverage

The law created to provide both subsidized and market-rate insurance coverage to Americans who lacked coverage through an employer or who did not qualify for Medicaid, covered 11.1 million people as of March, its third full year of operation.

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Belgians thwart EU-Canada trade deal

Pierre Pettigrew addresses the United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in NY on September 21, 2005. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said: "If Europe can not manage to sign this agreement, then that sends a very clear message not just to Europeans but to the whole world that Europe is choosing a path that is not productive, either for its citizens or for the world, and that would be a shame".

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Scotland looks to escape Brexit

The speech was both a rallying call to potential allies in the Remain camp, and a negotiating pitch to Theresa May's Westminster government. The Scottish government is to get a new "board of trade". We are serious, we are absolutely serious about protecting Scotland's interests". Sturgeon ramped up her bid for Remain voters. The SNP leader added: High-handed pronouncements that dismiss Scottish opinion might delight the Tory party conference - but they are no longer acceptable to ...

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US and UK Considering Sanctions on Syria and Russia Because of Aleppo

They tried to present it as a possibility, nevertheless. "I haven't seen a big appetite in Europe for people to go to war". Stressing his belief that Russia and Assad were not capable of winning the war, he added: "So our challenge to the Russians is do the right thing by humanity".

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Four Dead After Truck Flies off Coronado Bridge

Four people were killed and nine injured that were participating in the festival. "I saw a auto flying through the air, right off the bridge". And police say the truck's driver has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

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Global deal reached to limit use of powerful greenhouse gases

The talks on hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, were called the first test of global will since the historic Paris Agreement to cut carbon emissions was reached a year ago. Different blocs agreed on varying baseline years upon which they would phase out HFCs. It begins by 2019 with action by developed countries including the United States.

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Play Station VR Headsets to fetch higher sales on launch, Sony predicts

Pressing a button on the back of the headset lets you extend it until it fits around your head. If you are using Move controllers, you also plug those into the console to pair them up. Sony just pushed an update to the PS4's Media Player app, and the new features it brings will undoubtedly make the PSVR much more appealing to some of us.

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Charity wants Leonardo DiCaprio to step down from UN role

Friday, at a press conference in London, the Bruno Manser Funds offered the actor/activist this ultimatum: Renounce his connections to the "politically exposed persons" at the center of the multi-billion dollar 1MDB Malaysian corruption scandal now being investigated by the US Justice Department and return corrupt money he received or resign from the position he was given by United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon in Y 2014.

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USA election is rigged, and Hillary Clinton should take drug test

But he claimed she could "barely reach her car" by the end. Clinton isn't portrayed in a flattering light either, with McKinnon mocking her for being stiff and rehearsed during the debate. Meanwhile, Mr Trump has been fending off accusations of misconduct since the release of a 2005 video in which he was recorded bragging about making unwanted sexual advances toward women.

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Melania Trump demands apology from People magazine

GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly denigrated the women who have accused him of sexual assault, often referring to their looks. He also spoke out against Stoynoff on the campaign trail on Thursday, saying that the writer wrote a beautiful "love story" about the couple and questioned why she did not include the groping allegation in her piece, which he said would have made it "one of the biggest stories of the year".

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Benefits of greenhouse gas pact may fall short of high hopes

Secretary of State Kerry in a speech Friday, as quoted by CNN. The negotiators meeting in Kigali agreed to an amendment to the Montreal Protocol that would also curb the use of HFCs, which have a limited effect on the ozone but are a major contributor to global warming.

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Operation to retake Mosul from IS has begun: Iraq PM

With no safe routes out for civilians and the city under now heavy attack, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis are at extreme risk of being caught in the crossfire, shot at by snipers as they attempt to flee, or of coming under attack in their own homes.

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Syria: Airstrikes kill 31 in rebel-held districts in Aleppo

Secretary of State John Kerry and British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson each insisted all options were on the table. "A hundred thousand kids now under a awful medieval siege ... Kerry said the horror "could stop tomorrow morning" if Russia - Syria's staunch ally - and the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad acted with decency.

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China launches Shenzhou-11 spacecraft with two crew members

State-run China Central Television (CCTV) showed the Shenzou-II spacecraft taking off from a launch center on the edge of the Gobi Desert in northern China at 7:30 a.m., carried by a Long March-2F rocket. General Zhang Youxia, called the launch a success after the Shenzhou-11 left Earth's atmosphere without any problems. In an interview with Xinhua, the official news agency of China, Jing said that "it is any astronaut's dream and pursuit to be able to perform many space missions".

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Peek Inside the PlayStation VR With Sony's Teardown Video

While other devices require the installation of special software and graphics card drivers, in addition to the expensive machines that are capable of matching the high performance specifications, Sony's own virtual reality headset works seamlessly with the PS4.

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Bad cable delays comeback rocket launch in Virginia

Those in DE should expect to see the rocket - or what will likely look like a glowing orange ball - rising in the sky about 60 to 90 seconds after the launch if the weather is clear. In addition, the launch pad had to be rebuilt. The launch comes just shy of two years after Orbital's Cygnus 3 mission exploded on takeoff , sending up a plume of smoke that could be seen on Doppler radar.

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Raiders offence unable to overcome defensive woes

A missed extra point try kept the Chiefs at 13. With Kansas City standing at 26-12 ATS on the road following a double-digit loss and 10-2 ATS on the road off a road loss by 14 or more points, take the Chiefs and invest with confidence. It didn't do them much good, as they could only muster 65 yards on 17 carries. "It either gets better or it gets worse", Charles says. It's nowhere near what it needs to be.

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Donald Trump hints Hillary Clinton was drugged in last debate

Meanwhile Hillary Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine has blasted Mr Trump's election-rigging claims as "scare tactics". "So, I'm looking forward to the debate and I know he'll be ready for it". Trump, 70, said he was willing to take the drug test while questioning the physical stamina of 68-year-old Clinton. "It definitely feels like the odds are stacked, whether it's the legal system or the voter system", Kostruba said.

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Missiles fired from Yemen land near USA destroyer

Paris: The United Nations on Monday called for swift action to bring to justice the perpetrators of air strikes on a funeral ceremony in the Yemeni capital that killed more than 140 people. The Houthis claimed this was a ballistic missile attack, using a local variant of the Soviet-era Scud missile, carried out by their forces against the Saudis.

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Jurgen Klopp wary of Rooney return for Manchester United against Liverpool

For Manchester United, the weekend began with a team meeting at their AON training complex followed by training. "I doubt whether either Jose Mourinho or Gareth Southgate would want to lose a player of Rooney's experience right now", he wrote in the Mail on Sunday.

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Space station getting 1st delivery from Virginia in 2 years

Currently, NASA has the launch planned for 7:40 p.m. Monday from Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. NASA's Orbital ATK's Antares rocket launch - which was postponed until Monday night - may be visible from Delaware. Under the Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) contract with NASA, Orbital ATK will deliver approximately 28,700 kilograms of cargo to the space station.

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Kigali Amendment reached to cut use of HFCs

US manufacturers have already begun transitioning away from HFCs. "We'll see what happens". HFCs were introduced to replace CFCs, and scientists realized only later that they have a strong effect on global warming. Timetables were established in Kigali for a drawdown of HFCs for both developed and developing countries. It is a clear statement by all world leaders that the green transformation started in Paris is irreversible and unstoppable.

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China launches manned mission to experimental space station

China's latest manned spacecraft, the Shenzhou-11, will carry a two-man crew to the orbiting Tiangong-2 space lab on Monday. The second component, Tiangong-2, was launched in September. The ceremony has taken place just outside the Wentian pavilion - a compound where the astronauts have been living and training for the past several years.

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Yemen: US Warship Allegedly Targeted in Failed Missile Attack

Later, U.S. officials said the initial reports as described by Adm. John Richardson, the top Navy officer, were being reassessed, and they declined to provide full details of what happened. "The United States will respond to any further threat to our ships and commercial traffic, as appropriate, and will continue to maintain our freedom of navigation in the Red Sea, the Bab al-Mandeb, and elsewhere around the world", he said .

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US, UK say support is weak for military action against Syria

The result was a somewhat schizophrenic threat that was unlikely to scare Assad's government or Russian Federation as they move to crush the last rebel-held areas of Aleppo, Syria's largest city. On Sunday, Syrian opposition forces backed by Turkish airstrikes and armor took control of a key northern Syrian border town from Islamic State extremists.

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China to launch manned spacecraft on country's longest-ever space mission

In two days, the spacecraft will reach Tiangong 2 space laboratory, where the astronauts will reside for 30 days. "We are now ready for the Shenzhou 11 mission, and to rendezvou with Tiangong 2 ". Shenzhou-11 on social mediaWhat comes next? China on Monday launched manned spacecraft Shenzhou-11 into orbit in a project created to develop its ability to explore space.


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