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When asked Wednesday if he knew who might have funded the dossier research during the Republican primaries, Trump said, "I have one name in mind" and added, "It will probably be revealed". A law enforcement official, who also spoke on condition of anonymity, said it's not unusual for outside groups to hand over research to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, even if it's clearly political.
  • #BlackMonday: White farmers protest against farm murder

    #BlackMonday: White farmers protest against farm murder

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    A struggle ensued, and the robber allegedly cut Potgieter in the face and head with a panga. Protesters wore black in memory of the farmers killed, and supporters tweeted under the #BlackMonday hashtag. According to the group, 156 commercial farmers are killed per 100,000 of the population, meaning white farmers are nearly five times more likely to be murdered than the general population.
  • Couple that survived Las Vegas shootings die in auto crash

    Couple that survived Las Vegas shootings die in auto crash

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    Doctors will perform multiple forensic analyses, including an exam of the 64-year-old's brain tissue to find any possible neurological problems, but whatever they find likely won't be what led him to kill 58 people in the worst mass shooting in modern United States history.
  • Football Manager 2018 to feature gay players

    Football Manager 2018 to feature gay players

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    Players will get to experience the new gay soccer player feature when Football Manager 2018 launches on November 10 for PC, Mac, and Linux. Robbie Rogers, a former Leeds player, came out after leaving the club and played as an out player for LA Galaxy in the United States, while Thomas Hitzlsperger, a former Aston Villa player, came out soon after his retirement.
  • Controversy Remains After Cancellation of Whitefish Energy's Puerto Rico Contract

    Controversy Remains After Cancellation of Whitefish Energy's Puerto Rico Contract

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    The contract had been questioned because the company had only two full-time employees when the contract was awarded and it is based in the Montana hometown of the USA interior secretary. In a statement issued on Friday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA ) said Prepa was exclusively responsible for the contract and voiced its "significant concerns" about how the deal was procured and "whether the contract prices are reasonable".
  • Luv Tyagi Becomes The New Captain Of The House

    Luv Tyagi Becomes The New Captain Of The House

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    The contestants wake up to the song Ek Main Aur Ek Tu. As they discover they have to nominate one amongst themselves, Shilpa nominates herself, citing a reason that she might be saved by fans and Akash is scared to be nominated. After a long discussion, Hina nominates herself on the condition that Puneesh will never go personal or abuse anyone in the house. Other contestants like Bandagi, Arshi and Puneesh are seen talking about Vikas.
  • Iran is fulfilling its nuclear deal commitments, says IAEA

    Iran is fulfilling its nuclear deal commitments, says IAEA

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    During a briefing that National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat gave the cabinet on recent meetings in Washington and Moscow, Netanyahu reiterated Islam's position that the Iranian nuclear deal - known formally as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) - needed to be either scrapped or fixed.
  • Chennai gets its first widespread rain spell; holiday for schools tomorrow

    Chennai gets its first widespread rain spell; holiday for schools tomorrow

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    This was followed by Nagapatinam 4.7 cm, Karaikal 4.56 cm and Chennai Airport, which recorded 4.64 cm of rains. Heavy rain has been predicted to lash nine districts, including Chennai , in the next 48 hours. The last 24 hours were even better as rain intensity witnessed an increase over the state. Lately, DMK working president MK Stalin slammed the Edappadi K Palaniswamy government for failing to take precautionary measures ahead of the northeast monsoon rains.
  • Family Attorney discusses 10-year-old facing deportation

    Family Attorney discusses 10-year-old facing deportation

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    Supporters of the campaign tweeted their own thoughts on Rosa Maria's detention. A spokesman for Customs and Border Protection, the agency that includes the Border Patrol, said that while agency policy generally forbade making immigration arrests at hospitals, schools, churches and other so-called sensitive locations, agents had not violated the policy in either case.
  • Octopuses walking along Ceredigion beach was 'like an alien invasion'

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    Brett Jones, owner of SeaMor Dolphin Watching Boat Trips , told WalesOnline: "They were coming out of the water and crawling up the beach". "It was a pretty creepy scenario seeing them walking about the sands". The particular species, the curled octopus , is common in waters around Britain. Stones and several other beachgoers tried to collect some of the washed-up octopuses and return them to the sea, but many of them were found dead.
  • Azerbaijani president: BTK is significant part of Eurasia's transport line

    Azerbaijani president: BTK is significant part of Eurasia's transport line

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    The head of state noted that BTK is a result of fraternity, friendship of Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia: "These countries constitute significant projects for regional and world countries". Erdogan said the project was "priceless" since it was "laboriously and devotedly" carried out. Azerbaijan has invested $640 million from its sovereign wealth fund into upgrading existing track on its section of the line, and helping Georgia to modernize 153 kilometers of railway to the Turkish border.
  • Army blows up tunnel stretching from Gaza into Israel

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    Conricus said the tunnel was targeted around 2km from the Israeli village of Kissufim, but added that no Israelis had been in danger. Ashraf al-Kidra, a Gaza Health Ministry spokesman, said two people were killed and eight wounded people were evacuated from the tunnel area to hospital, including one in critical condition.
  • Mafia flourished under Cong rule in Himachal: Shah

    Mafia flourished under Cong rule in Himachal: Shah

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    Urging the people to vote for BJP, Yogi Adityanath said that the people have shown the way to exit to Congress in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and several other states and now it is the turn of Himachal Pradesh. He also said that BJP is an only party which will not hesitate to share all reports among the people. Amit Shah said, "The Congress government has defamed "Devabhoomi" all over the country through its action".
  • Paul Singer really likes to piss off governments

    Paul Singer really likes to piss off governments

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    On October 20, Fusion GPS went to federal court to try to stop its bank from releasing financial details that could reveal the identities of its clients and benefactors, saying the subpoena for the records by House intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes was too broad.
  • Iranian Official Holds Talks with Russian, Syrian, Turkish Diplomats in Astana

    Iranian Official Holds Talks with Russian, Syrian, Turkish Diplomats in Astana

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    During the September round of Astana talks, Iran, Russia and Turkey, the three states that serve as guarantors of the Syrian ceasefire, agreed on all four de-escalation zones in Syria. Despite backing opposite sides in the war, Ankara and Moscow have been working closely on Syria since a 2016 reconciliation ended a crisis caused by the shooting down of a Russian war plane.