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Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine rallied Wisconsin voters ahead of Tuesday's election. This campaign has caused rifts in our great nation, and the team of Mrs. We respectfully ask you to vote and to please consider voting for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. Kaine will be campaigning in voter-rich Fairfax County, where just under 100,000 have already voted absentee as of Friday night, a spokeswoman for the county elections office said Saturday.
  • Michel Aoun elected president of Lebanon ending 29-month vacuum

    Michel Aoun elected president of Lebanon ending 29-month vacuum

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    The agreement proceeded without his endorsement, and he was dismissed from his post as army chief with the ascension to the presidency of pro-Syrian Elias Hrawi. "We have won. Lebanon has returned to us", said Indira Georges Alwan, dressed in orange. After more than two years of political stalemate, General Michel Aoun has been elected by Lebanon's parliament as the new president, Sputnik International reports.
  • Fire service warns of fancy dress fire risk

    Fire service warns of fancy dress fire risk

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    According to data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), decorations are the first thing to ignite in 900 reported home fires each year. Make sure children are watched at all times when candles are lit. They are much safer for trick-or-treaters whose costumes may brush up against the lighting as they walk to from your door.
  • Sharif pursuing Modi's interests in Pakistan: Imran Khan

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    When asked by pressmen how he managed to get to Bani Gala despite the police cordon around it, he simply said he was a leader of Lyari. Justice further queried that is only Imran Khan is respectable in the country. this is abduction". Five Kalashnikov rifles, a pistol, six magazines, a bulletproof vest, alcohol and three tear gas shells were recovered from a vehicle belonging to Movement for Justice senior leader Amin Gandapur, according to police.
  • French president vows to clear out Paris migrant camp

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    French president Francois Hollande has vowed to shut down a growing migrant camp in Paris , after his government cleared out 5,000 people from a site in Calais in an effort to tackle the migrant crisis. Mr Hollande also backed calls made by 100 French MPs in an open letter to Britain's home secretary Amber Rudd for the United Kingdom to take in 1,500 unaccompanied minors now staying at a temporary reception centre in Calais.
  • ISIS Militants Killed Since the Start of Mosul Offensive

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    Turkey will take all necessary measures allowed by worldwide law to counter any threat from Shiite militias to Turkmen in Tal Afar, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Wednesday, according to the Anadolu news agency. During a visit Sunday to Iraq's autonomous region of Kurdistan to review the Mosul offensive, Carter said an operation to isolate ISIL in Raqqa should begin in conjunction with the assault on its Iraqi bastion.
  • Broncos' Wade Phillips taken to hospital after hit by Chargers RB

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    Phillips was knocked off his feet, falling backward and seeming to hit the back of his head when he hit the ground. Broncos vice president of public relations Patrick Smith announced soon afterwards that Phillips was being taken to the hospital for evaluation but was alert and had movement in all his extremities.
  • Iraqi forces push toward Mosul, Shiite militias join battle

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    They will reportedly focus on Tal Afar to cut off IS' approach to Mosul from the west and secure the Syria border. The presence of Iranian-backed militias could also give Turkey, which has repeatedly insisted on a role in the Mosul operation despite furious protestations from Baghdad, an excuse to deepen its involvement, raising the specter of more conflagration.
  • Italy natural disaster: Powerful 7.1 magnitude tremor strikes central Italy near Perugia

    Italy natural disaster: Powerful 7.1 magnitude tremor strikes central Italy near Perugia

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    A view of a damaged church in the village of Visso, Italy, last Thursday after a 5.9 quake destroyed part of the town. The Monks of Norcia, in Umbria, tweeted through a group account that a basilica had been destroyed. Many people still were sleeping in cars or had been evacuated to shelters or hotels in other areas following those strong jolts, leaving the most quake-prone historic centers largely empty of residents.
  • Most Republicans don't see party unity anytime soon

    Most Republicans don't see party unity anytime soon

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    Although the state does have a heavy Democratic voter enrollment advantage, the GOP has held the State Senate almost non-stop for decades, partly due to the drawing of Senate districts to maximize Republican voters. "I will support the Republican ticket, but I do have qualms about numerous things that have been said". Nehlen, however, is the longest of long shots, and it's nearly certain many House Republicans won't take his bid seriously.
  • FBI reopens investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private email server

    FBI reopens investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private email server

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    The FBI ended that investigation in July without filing charges, although Comey said then Clinton and her aides had been "extremely careless" in using the system for communications about government business. The agency, which did not respond to questions about Comey's letter and did not lay out a timeline for the review, is also investigating the recent hacks of Podesta's emails.