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Afternoons stay pleasant and sunny in the upper 70s. Temperatures later today climb to the 70s in the lower elevations with the 60s for the mountains. A strong cold front moved across the state on Sunday . Tue: High: 73 Sunny and mild. Highs once again barely leave the 50s, if at all, under sunny skies.
  • Keep an eye on him: Clinton on Putin

    Keep an eye on him: Clinton on Putin

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    At the Cheltenham Literature Festival, Clinton said Russian Federation launched an information war during the presidential campaign. Emails from the Clinton campaign chairman, John Podesta, were leaked on the same day - 7 October 2016 - the director of national intelligence and the secretary of homeland security released a statement concluding the Russian government had been attempting to interfere in the election.
  • Israeli warplanes strike Syrian anti-aircraft battery after coming under 'fire'

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    The fighter jets all returned safely to their bases and the launcher was rendered inoperable, according to the IDF. The battery targeted was located some 50 kilometres (31 miles) east of Damascus. Syrian anti-aircraft missiles were launched at Israeli warplanes over Syria in March. The exchange of fire came as Sergei Shoigu, the defence minister of Russian Federation -- a key ally of Bashar al-Assad's Syrian regime - was due to arrive in Israel for talks with the Israeli prime minister, ...
  • Wildfires rage across Portugal, at least 20 dead

    Wildfires rage across Portugal, at least 20 dead

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    Schools were closed Monday and at least 20 planes were joining 350 firefighting units in tackling the blazes. Two people were killed in massive wildfires in Spain's northwestern community of Galicia, the authorities of the Nigran municipality announced late on Sunday.
  • 8 dead, 21 rescued as boat carrying Rohingya sinks off Bangladesh

    8 dead, 21 rescued as boat carrying Rohingya sinks off Bangladesh

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    Not everyone made it to Bangladesh alive on Monday. "The boat was carrying around 50 people when it sank on the estuary of the Naf river in the morning". "The speed and scale of the influx has resulted in a critical humanitarian emergency", the report said. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya had already been in Bangladesh after fleeing previous spasms of violence in Myanmar, where they have always been denied citizenship and faced restrictions on their movements and access to basic services.
  • Theresa May goes on an Unexpected Visit to Brussels

    Theresa May goes on an Unexpected Visit to Brussels

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    The EU is demanding progress on the so-called divorce issues - the financial settlement, citizens' rights and the status of the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland - before talks can move on to issues such as future trading and security arrangements.
  • Nigeria guild: Zuma statue of no benefit to Nigerians

    Nigeria guild: Zuma statue of no benefit to Nigerians

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    With both former president Olusegun Obasanjo and Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha in attendance, Zuma was honored with the traditional title of " Ochiagha Imo" by Eze Imo, HRH Samuel Ohiri . The infamous Spy Tapes charges were reinstated against the president on Friday after the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein found that Zuma should be charged.
  • Taj Mahal a blot, built by traitors: BJP Lawmaker Sangeet Som

    Taj Mahal a blot, built by traitors: BJP Lawmaker Sangeet Som

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    What history are we talking about? After a controversy over its non-inclusion in Uttar Pradesh Government's recently released tourism booklet, firebrand BJP MLA Sangeet Som has now said that the historic monument was built by traitors. Posing a question to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Owaisi asked can the UP government stop domestic and worldwide tourists from visiting Taj.
  • Colleges to strike Monday

    Colleges to strike Monday

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    OPSEU said their latest offer was rejected, leaving them with no choice but to walk off the job. The College Employer Council, representing college managment, has called the strike "completely unneccessary", saying the union's demands would add more than $250 million to annual costs.
  • Salman, Shah Rukh, Katrina, Karan, others dazzle at Arpita's Diwali bash

    Salman, Shah Rukh, Katrina, Karan, others dazzle at Arpita's Diwali bash

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    Parties are thrown by popular faces of film fraternity and the celebration ends till late night. You know Diwali is round the corner when Bollywood gets together to bring it in with zest and glamour. As it was a star studded pre-Diwali bash, and when there is Shah Rukh, Salman sharing common time and space, expectation are bound to rise about happenings which are little unusual.
  • Floods and landslides kill 54, leave 39 missing in Vietnam

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    In the northern province of Hoa Binh, 11 people dies and 21 others went missing. A typhoon tore a destructive path across central Vietnam just last month, flooding and damaging homes and knocking out power lines. Hardest hit Northern province of Hoa Binh, where 20 people died. Photo taken on October 12, 2017, shows the flooding river in Yen Bai province, northern Vietnam.
  • Aarushi Talwar double murder case investigation by CBI was planted

    Aarushi Talwar double murder case investigation by CBI was planted

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    Sources inside the Dasna jail have also informed that Rajesh Talwar's brother Dinesh Talwar, an ophthalmologist will also be visiting the hospital along with his team every 15 days to treat patients suffering from eye problems. Saturday and Sunday were court holidays. However, a number of inmates wanted their dental problems fixed this Sunday because they knew it could be the Talwars ' last day in jail.
  • RSS Worker Critically Injured In Attack By Suspected Left Activists: Cops

    RSS Worker Critically Injured In Attack By Suspected Left Activists: Cops

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    Police said RSS mandal karyavahak Nidhish (32) was attacked with sharp weapons by two persons near Muzhuppilan-gadu beach in Kannur . Recently in October 2017 when Bhartiya Janta Party ( BJP ) President Amit Shah visited Kerala, he voiced his concern over the increasing deaths of party members across the state and criticized the Pinarayi Vijayan led government for failing to protect the Sangh Parivar workers in the state.
  • Neighbours know that India is no longer weak: Home Minister

    Neighbours know that India is no longer weak: Home Minister

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    Shah further said that Kashmir "continues to be a dispute" and India itself took it to the United Nations. "China understood the strength of India", Rajnath said. Reiterating the demand for right to self-determination of the Kashmiri people, the APHC said Kashmir issue is the root cause of prevailing uncertainty in South Asia and India needs to fulfill its commitment which they have pledged at the worldwide forums.
  • CJ McCollum suspended for season opener

    CJ McCollum suspended for season opener

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    That was when McCollum took a few steps off the bench . Portland Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum has been suspended for one game for leaving the bench area during an altercation, according to the NBA's executive vice president of basketball operations.
  • Rahul doesn't know difference between turnover, profit: Amit Shah

    Rahul doesn't know difference between turnover, profit: Amit Shah

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    He said: "Several allegations were made against him and his family". Replying to questions from Rajat Sharma at the India TV conclave "Chunav manch" in Ahmedabad , Shah dared the Congress leader file a criminal defamation suit, saying "the one who is honest, can only file criminal defamation".