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Daesh 'mufti' killed in W. Mosul: Iraqi police official

Daesh 'mufti' killed in W. Mosul: Iraqi police official

US -backed Iraqi forces are now battling IS militants in Mosul and more than half of western Mosul has been retaken. Federal Police officers participating in the drive against west Mosul told ...

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Impact of Ontario housing measures on market may be short-lived

Impact of Ontario housing measures on market may be short-lived

The new tax appears to have worked in Vancouver - Canada's hottest market and a magnet for Chinese buyers - which imposed a similar 15pc levy on foreigners in August, as sales have fallen as much as 4...

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Gunmen attacked army base, 100 casualties

The Afghanistan government is locked in an ongoing battle with Taliban insurgents and other militant groups within the country. Former President Hamid Karzai tweeted: "I condemn in strongest terms t...

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Nationalist leader Petry won't head German election campaign

Nationalist leader Petry won't head German election campaign

The German news agency dpa reported that AfD party members could enter their convention center only with massive police protection because hundreds of demonstrators tried to keep them out. The AfD, no...

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Venezuela shop owner says looting like 'war'

The government said "armed gangs hired by the opposition" had attacked the hospital. The two sides looked set to spend the day regrouping after massive protests Wednesday and Thursday erupted into...

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Ferrari's strategy for Kimi Raikkonen in China 'didn't make any sense'

But 32-year-old Hamilton produced the first lap under one minute 32 seconds all weekend at the start of the top 10 shootout, beating Vettel by 0.184secs despite a slide at Turn 11. However, Bottas spu...

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Pakistan's top court rules prime minister can stay in power

Pakistan's top court rules prime minister can stay in power

Aurangzeb said the Supreme Court had rejected the prayers of the petitioners. "An all Pakistan convention of lawyers will be held after seven days if our demand not met", he said while threatening...

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French Presidential Candidate, Who Plans To Ban Turbans, Leads Opinion Polls

French Presidential Candidate, Who Plans To Ban Turbans, Leads Opinion Polls

Nearly every past French presidential election has featured a run-off between candidates from the two mainstream parties: the Socialists and the Republicans. French Jewish journalist Daniel Hayek told...

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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is no longer

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is no longer "obsolete"

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said their key priority is getting the 28 member alliance. "The tax reform and the tax cuts are better if I can do health care first", Trump said . During th...

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US sees increased activity by Chinese bomber aircraft

With both Washington and Pyongyang ratcheting up the rhetoric, fears are growing in the region that a military flashpoint could be imminent. "U.S. officials have said that all options are on the tab...

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Corbyn kicks off UK election campaign, vowing to overturn 'rigged system'

Corbyn kicks off UK election campaign, vowing to overturn 'rigged system'

She said the Tories would fight for "every vote", while also criticising the Labour Leader's ability to be Prime Minister . As the Conservative attack machine is just getting into gear, Jeremy ...

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Man responsible for Paris shootout was a French national

Man responsible for Paris shootout was a French national

Macron is in the lead with 24 percent of the first-round vote, ahead of Le Pen who had fallen back slightly to 21.5 percent, according to an Elabe survey of voter intentions taken before the sho...

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US Identifies, Charges Israeli Teen Accused Of Jewish Threats

US Identifies, Charges Israeli Teen Accused Of Jewish Threats

In Georgia, Kadar is accused of placing a January 3 call to a police department alleging a violent emergency at a private residence in Athens, Georgia. According to the indictment, Kadar used an onlin...

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Venezuelans Left Clear Support for the Government

Venezuelans Left Clear Support for the Government

In the culmination of a fortnight of violent demonstrations that have killed five people, protesters around the country will demand the government present a timeline for delayed elections, halt a secu...

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Venezuelans march in memory of those killed in unrest

Venezuelans march in memory of those killed in unrest

In a scene similar to the day before, police in riot gear lobbed tear gas canisters in front of a line of protesters, scattering some. My family and I threw ourselves to the floor. The opposition call...

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Carl Vinson is sailing to Korea now -- it wasn't before

Amid growing tensions between the U.S. and North Korea, U.S. Pacific Command announced on April 8 that the USS Carl Vinson strike group would sail north to the western Pacific after departing Singap...

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Serena Williams announces pregnancy on Snapchat

But the post was quickly taken down, lending to an air of mystery over its meaning. Serena Williams' representative has confirmed the tennis ace is due to give birth in the autumn. Only Australian...

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Erdogan slams criticism of disputed Turkey poll

Erdogan slams criticism of disputed Turkey poll

Global observers have noted irregularities in voting, with the European Union on Tuesday calling for an investigation after the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said the refe...

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Liverpool injuries force Klopp to wonders what if...?

It's not allowed to look back. We are proving that we are a really good team, that we can take points from everyone. The England worldwide is on loan at Italian top flight side Torino this season af...

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Prosecutors seek probation for Jakarta's fallen governor

The vote is seen as a test of whether the moderate Islam traditionally practised in the world's most populous Muslim country is under threat from the influence of hardliners, who have led mass demonst...

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