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UK Labour Leader Corbyn Says He Plans No Purge of Critics


Speaking immediately after the result was announced Saturday, Corbyn called for an end to the splits and noted it was the second mandate he'd received in a year. The result, which saw the veteran left-winger secure even greater support among party members than his initial election victory 12 months ago, has strengthened Mr Corbyn's stranglehold on the party. Read More »

President Duterte to create 'many new alliances' for Philippines


He is also due to travel to Vietnam - which also has conflicting claims with Beijing in the sea - next week as well as to Japan next month. Since then the Philippines and China were having conflicts again. His rhetorical outreach towards Russian Federation and China was accompanied for a second day by a chiding of longtime treaty ally and former colonial power the United States, which he would not allow to "impose on us anything". Read More »

Canada, China to start free trade talks, explore extradition treaty

Li is the first Chinese premier to visit Cuba since the two countries established diplomatic relations 56 years ago, although President Xi Jinping visited in 2014. "If you see continued demand of 6.5 percent - let's say, if that's the new growth path for China - that's still a very strong opportunity for Canada". Read More »

Watch Tonight's Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump Presidential

Kaine was speaking at a rally in Lakeland, Florida. After Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, a Clinton supporter and vociferous critic of Trump, tweeted that he had a "front-row" seat to watch the Hofstra debate, Trump raised the possibility in a tweet of inviting Flowers to the debate. Read More »

Charlotte Police To Release Video Of Black Man's Fatal Shooting


In the dashcam footage, Scott is shown walking backward outside the vehicle when he was struck by police gunfire. Some in Scott's family claimed he was merely holding a book, but police said he was refusing to drop a gun. Scott's death Tuesday caused several days of protests that frequently morphed into riots, with demonstrators attacking reporters and bystanders, as well as looting businesses and smashing windows of buildings. Read More »

'War crimes committed in Aleppo': French UN envoy

Since Thursday, bombing campaigns have killed about 350 people in and near Aleppo, according to the Local Coordinating Committees of Syria, a network of activists and groups who report on the conflict. The latest air attacks on Aleppo follow a week of escalating bombardment after a week-long ceasefire broke down. Dozens of air strikes hit the northern Syrian city of Aleppo overnight, a monitor and defence worker said, continuing a fierce air campaign by Syrian government and allied forces ... Read More »

Teen attacked by shark on Ballina beach


Cooper Allen (left) at Lighthouse Beach earlier this year. A teenage surfer was in stable condition after he was bitten by a shark at the same Australian beach where a Japanese surfer was fatally mauled a year ago, police said Monday. "We've gone back to where we were past year", he told AAP. "I don't think there is any need for it". Police Detective Chief Inspector Cameron Lindsay said teeth marks on the board suggested a great white shark between 8ft (2.5m) and 10ft (3m) long. Read More »

Will Modi fight the next elections in Pak., asks Congress

Terming two United States lawmakers bill against Islamabad frivolous, one Pakistan's representative said it was impossible to get support in the Congress . The Pakistan Foreign Office statement alleged, "In the last seventy-five days, Indian occupation forces have brutally martyred more than 100 Kashmiris, blinded hundreds and injured thousands". Read More »

'You can not brush Kashmir under the carpet': Pakistan's HC to India

The terrorists were also carrying juice packets made in Pakistan. Indian PM Modi also challenged Pakistan over fight against poverty and illiteracy, saying "Let's fight against poverty, unemployment, illiteracy. PM said he has faith in the army and those behind the attack will not go unpunished. "So, I am of the view that whatever suggestions he is giving to Pakistan, he should himself ponder over it and focus on action against Pakistan", he added. Read More »

Steelers at Eagles: Highlights, score and recap

You see him throwing balls away and not trying to make too many insane throws down the field, and using his legs when needed. "At the same time , I think you can play good defense, (show) the ability to run the ball, flip field position, (and that) can be a good formula for success, particularly with a young quarterback". Read More »

North Korea vows in UN speech to strengthen nuclear forces

Following the US sending two armed B-1B bombers over the Korean Peninsula in an apparent show of force, the North threatened on Thursday that its nuclear warheads will turn Seoul into ashes. On Wednesday, the USA sent two supersonic bombers from Guam to South Korea. China said it would work with the USA to devise an appropriate response to the latest nuclear test but has not revealed if it was willing to enforce stricter sanctions. Read More »

Russian Federation denies any military exercise with Pakistan in Occupied-Kashmir


This is in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 34 miles south-east from Peshawar. The Russian Embassy in New Delhi called reports suggesting that the drills would be held in Kashmir "erroneous and mischievous". About 200 soldiers from both sides will join the two-week exercise "Druzhba 2016" (Friendship 2016). "On Sep 23, Indra-2016 joint Russian-Indian anti-terror exercise started at Sergeyevsky training ground in the Primorye Territory", he added. Read More »

Four human smugglers arrested in Egypt after migrant boat tragedy

My condolences and may God have mercy on their souls but I am talking about those who belong to us. Many migrants have been leaving African countries in large numbers and are heading for Europe, often in overcrowded and poorly constructed boats , making the journey a risky one. Read More »

Lawyers for Gabon's Bongo, Ping to face off in court

Bongo won more than 95 per cent of votes there on a declared turnout of more than 99 per cent. In response, Bongo's allies have claimed irregularities in Ping's favour in other regions, including Estuaire, which contains the capital Libreville. Read More »

Potash, Agrium to combine and create new fertilizer company


The decision regarding the name of the parent company has not yet been made; however, it is believed to be a very highly profitable merger as world class phosphate and nitrogen based agricultural production equipment will seamlessly integrate with a large retail network of agricultural inputs. Read More »

Syria army announces offensive on rebel-held Aleppo

A Central Command official told The New York Times that Russian Federation notified the us military that they were hitting Syrian troops 20 minutes after the bombardment began. "The situation can fairly be called desperate", he said. In April, the United Nations special envoy for Syria estimated that 400,000 people have died in the Syrian war. Read More »

JonBenet Ramsey's brother plans to sue CBS over docuseries


Coroners said JonBenet had been beaten and strangled before her body was found in the basement of her family's Boulder home December 26, 1996. The finale of the two-part, four-hour documentary that aired on September 19, implicated Burke Ramsey as the killer of his sister and child beauty queen JonBenet. Read More »

Florida governor to put $25M toward developing Zika vaccine


Lucia (2), St. Martin and two unknown. "It enables people to target their control strategies so that they are not wasting time and effort on a mosquito that is not transmitting Zika virus", Vanlandingham said . Mosquito-borne Zika is particularly risky to pregnant women because it can cause severe birth defects . Even so, the federal agency urged pregnant women to consider putting off nonessential travel to the neighborhood to avoid risk of infection. Read More »

Libertarian nominee: Rumors VP will leave ticket are 'bullshit'

A recent Quinnipiac University poll of voters ages 18 to 34 showed Johnson with 29 percent of their support - ahead of Trump's 26 percent and only slightly behind Clinton's 31 percent. This plan is meant to revive the economy, halt climate change, and make wars for oil obsolete. Both Clinton and Stein believe in government spending to stimulate economic recovery, agree that taxes on the very rich are far too low, and oppose privatizing Social Security. Read More »

ATLANTA FALCONS: Jones cleared, confirming status for opener

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 49%. Winston finished the contest with 16.49 Net Expected Points, according to numberFire Live. "Here's how the game started: We deferred". The best news for the Falcons heading into this week's matchup is that Julio Jones is fully healthy and ready to go. It was nice to see a receiver other than Julio Jones make big plays for this offense. Read More »

Lawyer: Bombing Suspect Needs Access to Attorney


The bureau's NY office released a photo of the two men Wednesday, saying it was taken between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday on 27th between Sixth and Seventh avenues. A domestic dispute in 2014 triggered Federal Bureau of Investigation scrutiny into New York-area bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami. Police said they had not recovered the suitcase. Read More »

School officials in four Canadian provinces respond differently to bomb threats


Threats were also sent to other schools across the country, including Prince Edward Island and Halifax. Baillie said RCMP worked closely with municipal forces to conduct searches in Island schools on Wednesday. A Royal Canadian Mounted Police press release stated that "the physical checks and investigation confirmed that the schools are now safe for reopening". Read More »

AG to Charge Albany Developer in SUNY Poly Corruption Scandal

Kaloyeros wasn't immediately available for comment. The charges stem from state-funded projects incubated by the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute, created to take advantage of Cuomo's $1 billion program to revitalize the economy of Buffalo, New York. Read More »

Obama Voices Concerns Over Israel's Settlement Activities In Occupied Territory

The United States and Israel inked an agreement last week worth 38 billion dollars in military aid over the next decade, sealing Israel's status as the leading recipient of USA foreign military aid. Israel considers a nuclear-armed Iran to be an existential threat. Yet that point of agreement, reached after arduous negotiations, only partially masks the underlying tensions between the two governments - most notably over Israel's posture toward the Palestinians and continued expansion of ... Read More »

Black communities in worst shape 'ever, ever, ever'


The meeting will air on Fox News' "Hannity" program Thursday night, as it was pre-empted on Wednesday, but Trump noted there was a "tremendous group" and "great love in that room". While Trump said stop-and-frisk in NY "worked incredibly well", that call an drew immediate and furious push back from the Mayor of NY, who went down to the press room at city hall to express his disbelief. Read More »

Obama urges leaders to open hearts to refugees

He lamented that while the world has become a safer and more prosperous place by many measures, people have lost faith in public institutions amid frightening problems like terrorism and a devastating refugee crisis. "This is the paradox that defines our world today", Obama said. Governments on Tuesday pledged about $4.5 billion more than 2015 levels in contributions to the United Nations and humanitarian organizations to address the global refugee crisis at a summit hosted by Obama at the ... Read More »