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Worldwide retrenchment will also feature in next week's presentation, with Bloomberg reporting this week that the M&S chief would signal an exit from some of its stores in China. Since taking over a year ago, he has proposed cutting more than 500 head office jobs to reduce its costs. He is attempting to turn around M&S after the biggest fall in its clothing sales since the 2008 financial crisis.
  • Pakistan defeat South Korea in Asian Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament

    Pakistan defeat South Korea in Asian Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament

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    Pakistan's Muhammad Rizwan Sr replied with a goal in the 31st minute. India however are unbeaten with their game against South Korea ending in a draw while Pakistan lost their opening fixture. Sunday will see the most eagerly awaited encounter of the event as Pakistan will take on traditional rivals India . He said Wonderful play, team sport and swift counter brought this win Deep Dasgupta congratulated India on its victory over Pakistan.
  • Freed hostages brought to Kenya, after being held in Somalia

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    Somali pirate Bile Hussein said that a ransom of $1.5 million (1.38 million euros) was paid for their release, according to the AP news agency. The longest-held hostages are four crew members of the FV Prantalay 12 vessel who were released two months shy of five years in captivity.
  • DTI: Economic ties with USA to continue

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    But recently it seems like Duterte has realised his folly and has reversed his words saying, "It is not the severance of ties". Indeed, he said that breaking away from "our closest friend, only military ally and strategic partner would not be in our best national interest" as declared unmistakably by Duterte on his arrival in Davao City from his successful trip to China early Saturday.
  • Low hopes of breakthrough from Syria talks in Switzerland

    Low hopes of breakthrough from Syria talks in Switzerland

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    Moscow has faced rising worldwide criticism over its backing for President Bashar al-Assad's onslaught in divided Aleppo , including Western accusations of possible war crimes. In government-held western Aleppo , which is frequently targeted by rebel shelling, 91 people including 18 children were killed over a similar period.
  • Hillary Clinton won all three debates-by double digits

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    When asked if he would accept the result of the upcoming presidential election if he lost, Republican nominee Donald Trump told the audience in Las Vegas and the millions watching at home: "I will tell you at the time ". His rival on the debate stage, and a phalanx of his fellow Republicans rushed to tell Trump it was not "OK". Hillary Clinton and her Republican opponent are in a statistical dead heat in Georgia, according to a new Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll , and she has a ...
  • Full Highlights; Packers 26, Bears 10

    Full Highlights; Packers 26, Bears 10

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    Chicago regained a 10-6 advantage early in the second half on their first defensive touchdown in 35 games before the Bears allowed Aaron Rodgers to throw three short touchdowns passes to cap consecutive drives of 85, 88 and 74 yards as the Packers moved to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in the NFC North.
  • Britain Says Will 'Man-mark' Passing Russian Warships

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    Yesterday, Turkish government sources warned World War Three was "inevitable" as Obama and Putin continue to remain at loggerheads over the Russian bombing of civilians in Aleppo. A senior North Atlantic Treaty Organisation diplomat, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that Russian warships are carrying fighter bombers to bolster their attack on the besieged Syrian city - and that it was "not a friendly port call".
  • Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari meets 21 Chibok girls

    Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari meets 21 Chibok girls

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    The President stated that adequate and comprehensive medical treatment would be given to the girls to ensure their speedy rehabilitation. Boko Haram has waged a seven-year insurgency against the Nigerian state that has claimed at least 20,000 lives and spilled across the country's borders.
  • London police make arrest after creepy clown incident

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    The two reports in Skipton involved a clown standing in the middle of the road, which a vehicle had to swerve to avoid, and one banging on the window of a pizza restaurant. People have apparently also been using social media to organise clown patrols in the county - urging others to make citizen's arrests, capture video footage and report people posing as clowns to the police.
  • Rockstar Games Officially Announce Red Dead Redemption 2

    Rockstar Games Officially Announce Red Dead Redemption 2

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    A trailer will be released at 11 AM ET on Thursday, October 20. Red Dead Redemption 2 will usher in online multiplayer to the Red Dead franchise, likely carrying over Rockstar's GTA Online mechanics to the Western frontier. Red Dead Redemption Online was hugely popular until hacking on the public servers made the free roam version unplayable. It looks like there's no PC release, which is going to disappoint a whole lot of people, but that is in line with the first Redemption , ...
  • Mukherjee condoles deaths in Odisha hospital fire

    Mukherjee condoles deaths in Odisha hospital fire

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    Most of the deaths took place due to suffocation and asphyxiation, a senior official said, adding that majority of the patients were on ventilator support at the ICU in the Sum Hospital. He said the exact reason behind the unfortunate incident will be known only after the investigation committee submits its report. Health minister Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak said the health department found the hospital flouted safety guidelines, including fire prevention system and patient evacuation management.
  • Two US citizens held in Yemen freed: Oman state media

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    Early Thursday, the U.S. launched tomahawk cruise missiles into Yemen targeting radar sites in Houthi-held territory, sites the United States claims were used to launch missiles in two previous incidents this week. Thursday's United States counter-strikes, authorised by President Barack Obama , marked Washington's first direct military action against suspected Houthi-controlled targets in Yemen's conflict and raised questions about the potential for further escalation.
  • Pause in Aleppo fighting not enough for aid

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    Security Council on Tuesday. Russian and Syrian jets have ceased airstrikes around the north Syrian city of Aleppo, two days before a planned pause in bombing to allow humanitarian access, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said Tuesday. At that time, Syrian rebels, including al-Qaida militants, as well as the wounded and the sick will be allowed to leave to the neighboring rebel-held province of Idlib.
  • Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton has RIGGED US Presidential election

    Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton has RIGGED US Presidential election

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    The Oct. 7-13 poll released on Friday shows that 44 percent of likely voters support Clinton while 37 percent back Trump. Trump's September fundraising includes a $2 million personal donation. Just 35 percent say it is a legitimate thing for Trump to focus on. "And, believe me, when she walked in front of me I wasn't impressed". The problem is that a majority of voters are buying none of it.
  • What Comes After Liberating Mosul From ISIS Will Determine Iraq's Future

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    Asked for clarification about it, Binali Yildirim told reporters later Tuesday that there is an agreement "in principle" for the Turkish air force to be part of the USA -led coalition. Yildirim was responding to a question about a statement he made on Turkish jets participating in the operation. The operation on recapturing the ISIS' major stronghold, where in all, appear to be around 30,000 Iraqi army, Kurdish peshmerga and Sunni tribal fighters committed to the battle faced challenges ...
  • Iran sentences Iranian-American, his father each to 10 years

    Iran sentences Iranian-American, his father each to 10 years

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    The family lived outside NY for a period after the Islamic Revolution that toppled the USA -backed shah in 1979, though later returned to Iran, she said . On Monday, Mizan released brief video footage showing him and his US passport, along with a montage of anti-American images. Iranian-American consultant Siamak Namazi is pictured in this photo taken in San Francisco, California in 2006, handout photo provided by Ahmad Kiarostami.
  • India, Russia agree missile sales, joint venture for helicopters

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    He said he hoped bilateral ties could improve after the U.S. election. He mentioned that it is public knowledge that official sections of the American government eavesdrop and spy on everyone. The development comes as Russian Federation hopes to stave off tough competition from the Americans and the Europeans to continue being India's foremost defence supplier.
  • Mauricio Pochettino Provides Injury Update On Toby Alderweireld

    Mauricio Pochettino Provides Injury Update On Toby Alderweireld

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    Kane has been out since hurting his knee against Sunderland on September 18 and was originally ruled out for eight weeks, but Mauricio Pochettino said that he would be back in training this week. And Pochettino - whose side face Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League next time out - acknowledged that the Belgium worldwide is unlikely to travel to Germany.
  • Israeli leader blasts UN resolution on Jerusalem

    Israeli leader blasts UN resolution on Jerusalem

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    Israel has suspended cooperation with UNESCO after the United Nations cultural body passed the resolution that condemns Israel for restricting Muslims access to the site, and for aggression by the Israeli police and soldiers. In a statement , Naftali Benet said UNESCO's new resolution that erased the connection between Judaism and Temple Mount was shameful, and therefore Israel would be breaking all ties with the organisation.
  • Pence says GOP ticket will 'absolutely' accept vote outcome

    Pence says GOP ticket will 'absolutely' accept vote outcome

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    Democrats have pushed back on this rhetoric and charge that Trump is playing along with interference in the electoral process by Russian Federation, who the USA government says is behind the hacking of emails from political organizations. Trump also broke with Pence on Russian Federation during that debate. I know not for party regulars. I haven't studied the case. Giuliani was on CNN's " State of the Union ".
  • Man City has 2 penalties saved, draws 1-1 with Everton

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    For that reason I didn't want to get Barcelona in the draw but sometimes fate plays a part and there's nothing you can do. "A big compliment to the team because we fought, we did everything to get a good result, and of course they were the better team".
  • Clinton Emails Reveal A Wrestle With Wall Street, Populism

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    One email shows Podesta and close Clinton aide Cheryl Mills discussing whether or not to "hold" emails between the former secretary of state and President Obama. They have also indicated that Clinton knew Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) received " clandestine " support from key US Middle East allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
  • Security tight at India beach resort for BRICS

    Security tight at India beach resort for BRICS

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    When we speak of friendship, the assumption is that Russian Federation will never do anything which is not in our interest. Following India's diplomatic war, Islamabad denied an imminent global isolation and said its stand vis-a-vis Kashmir was backed by China and Russian Federation.
  • Oil prices turn south as data trumps rhetoric

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    OPEC needs to reach an internal agreement before Russian Federation can discuss specific production levels with companies operating in country, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said at the World Energy Congress in Istanbul Tuesday. OPEC announced a deal last month to cut production to a maximum of 33 million barrels per day in an attempt to end a crude glut that has depressed prices for two years.
  • ISIS Using Kamikaze Drones in Iraq

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    Turkish service personnel are said to have been invited to the Bashiqa camp in northern Iraq by local authorities to train Peshmerga and Turkmen fighters in counterterrorism operations ahead of an operation to free the Daesh-held city of Mosul , but Ankara could have an ulterior motive, Aydın Selcen, Turkey's former envoy to Erbil , told Sputnik.
  • PM Modi holds bilateral talks with Xi Jinping, Jacob Zuma

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    India received Russian President Vladimir Putin's strong backing against Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism but had to resort to some straight talking with China, with PM Narendra Modi telling Chinese President Xi Jinping that the two nations could not afford to differ on terror.
  • Fire Prevention Week underway in Spartanburg CO

    Fire Prevention Week underway in Spartanburg CO

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    Ostroskey said the 1975 cutoff date for single, double, and triple family homes was chosen because homes built after that year were already required by the state building code to have hard-wired power supplies for smoke detectors. "We identified certain neighborhoods and homes that received free alarms", he said. The woman woke to the alarm sounding, saw smoke and flames coming from the rear of the home and evacuated quickly.
  • Iran says it is deploying two warships off Yemen

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    It also called on the United States and Britain to immediately suspend all arms sales to Saudi Arabia. The two countries have sold the kingdom billions of dollars in weapons. Still, the Pentagon appeared to stress the limited nature of the strikes, which were aimed at radar that enabled the launch of at least three missiles against the U.S.
  • Belgians thwart EU-Canada trade deal

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    That means it must be ratified by all of the European Union member states' national assemblies as well as by the bloc. Walloon Minister President Paul Magnette said he would "not give the full powers to the federal government" to back the deal at an European Union foreign trade meeting next Tuesday, where the 28 member states have to decide on full approval of the agreement.
  • Putin says militants in Aleppo use civilians as shields

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    It was not immediately clear whether Iran would be represented. He said French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault had raised the issue of the resolution when he visited Moscow last week. But many opposition fighters backed by the west will not break with al-Nusra. Mr Putin has cancelled his trip to Paris scheduled for October 19 after the two countries fell out over the bombing of Aleppo.
  • Small plane crash in CT was intentional - NTSB

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    A Jordanian flight student is said to have deliberately crashed a small plane in the USA state of CT, killing himself and injuring his instructor. Although the crash appeared to be intentional, authorities say there was nothing to indicate terrorism.
  • Judge refuses to declare mistrial in Derrick Rose rape case

    Judge refuses to declare mistrial in Derrick Rose rape case

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    Defense lawyer Mark Baute said the newly revealed text messages were the best evidence the defense had that the woman had filed a false rape claim after being "dumped by texts" from Rose. A day after U.S. District Court Judge Michael Fitzgerald warned that the case could result in a mistrial due to the plaintiff's lawyer being "unbelievably careless", Rose dropped somewhat of a bombshell himself.
  • Activists say death toll rises in bombings of Syria's Aleppo

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    It did not specify which regional partners would take part. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that "the wells of outrage are growing exhausted" over Russia's continued defiance of worldwide law in assisting the Syrian government in strikes, which he said amount to war crimes.
  • Volunteers sought for relief efforts

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    Along with the American Red Cross, the Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort, based out of Nashville, Tenn., immediately responds to any major disaster in the continental United States by sending truckloads of emergency food, water, cleaning and other supplies to disaster victims.
  • Mike Pence enabled Donald Trump. Stop saying he'd make a good president

    Mike Pence enabled Donald Trump. Stop saying he'd make a good president

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    Reid's comments come after The Washington Post published audio of the businessman making explicit comments about trying to have sex with women , which were caught on a hot mic in 2005. The Los Angeles Times reported last month that managers at Trump's golf club in southern California knew the NY developer only wanted good-looking women on staff.
  • Trump outsourced jobs to 12 countries: Clinton

    Trump outsourced jobs to 12 countries: Clinton

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    Trump does respond in the affirmative twice when asked if his father has paid federal income taxes. The returns show that Donald Trump declared a $916 million loss that year, which tax experts agree could have allowed him to not pay any federal income taxes for up to 18 years.