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The Latest: Obama Personally Congratulates Santos Over Nobel

The Latest: Obama Personally Congratulates Santos Over Nobel

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Hurricane Matthew weakens to a Category 2 storm

Hurricane Matthew weakens to a Category 2 storm

x Embed x Share The lethal charge brought postulated 120 mph winds to Florida’s coast. USA TODAY NETWORK A male prepares to leave a flooded travel as Hurricane Matthew moves along a seashore on Oct. 7, 2016, in St. Augustine ...

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Philippines ends South China Sea corner patrols

Philippines ends South China Sea corner patrols

By Jeremy Herb 10/07/16 08:30 AM EDT With Zach Montellaro, Ellen Mitchell and Connor O’Brien BREAKING THIS MORNING — PHILIPPINES ENDS JOINT PATROLS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA, as President Rodrigo Duterte’s oppressive disproportion conflicting a U.S. now spin into ...

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University of Ghana to mislay statue of Gandhi, who was really extremist opposite black people

University of Ghana to mislay statue of Gandhi, who was really extremist opposite black people

Contrary to renouned belief, Mahatma Gandhi wasn’t always about assent and love. The world-renowned face of a non-violent Indian liberty transformation also believed in racial segregation in South Africa and that Indians were higher to black people.  Now, TIME reports that a statue of Gandhi ...

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Hurricane Matthew battering Florida’s northeast seashore as administrator warns: ‘This is not over’

Hurricane Matthew battering Florida’s northeast seashore as administrator warns: ‘This is not over’

ORMOND BEACH, Fla. — Hurricane Matthew churned along Florida’s Atlantic Coast on Friday, looking increasingly like a core would sojourn customarily offshore as the charge smashed a state with punishing rain, beach-swallowing sea surges and mortal breeze gusts commanding 100 mph. Even if ...

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Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos awarded Nobel Peace Prize for bid to finish half-century conflict

Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos awarded Nobel Peace Prize for bid to finish half-century conflict

[The rejecting of a assent deal, by a numbers ] Santos’s endowment was distinguished in Colombia, whose usually prior Nobel personality was a late writer Gabriel García Márquez, target of a 1982 esteem in Literature. Santos dedicate a esteem to ...

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Israel rejects latest US critique of allotment policy

Israel rejects latest US critique of allotment policy

JERUSALEM — The Israeli supervision pushed behind Thursday opposite a latest U.S. defamation of a allotment craving as commentators called it another pointer of fraying family between a Jewish state and a many indifferent ally. The Foreign Ministry released a ...

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Piece of aircraft wing found on Mauritius came from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, officials confirm

Piece of aircraft wing found on Mauritius came from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, officials confirm

A square of an aircraft wing found on a Indian Ocean island of Mauritius has been identified as belonging to blank Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Malaysian and Australian officials pronounced Friday. The square of wing flap found in May was analyzed by ...

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Satellite images uncover activity during North Korea chief exam site: report

Satellite images uncover activity during North Korea chief exam site: report

SEOUL An boost in activity during North Korea’s chief exam site could commitment preparations for a new exam or a collection of information from a final one, a U.S.-based monitoring organisation pronounced on Friday, citing satellite images. The 38 North ...

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