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Four days later, WikiLeaks began publishing emails stolen from Clinton's campaign director John Podesta. He also asked the site about a rumor about an upcoming leak. Trump Jr. tweeted that link two days later, on October 14, 2016 , The Atlantic noted. As BuzzFeed's Chris Geidner notes, on October 14 2016, Pence appeared on Fox and Friends to dispel and questions about the Trump campaign's communications with WikiLeaks , an organization which Trump's own CIA Director Mike Pompeo has ...
  • Hoosier Universities Recognized For International Students

    Hoosier Universities Recognized For International Students

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    Purdue has the fourth-largest number of global students among USA public institutions and is eighth overall among the more than 4,500 public and private institutions, according to a report issued Monday (Nov. UF Provost Joseph Glover said engineering and business programs were hit hard, with a significant decline in new students from India. "We have made a concerted effort to develop programs that focus on the history, culture and environment of particular regions that has made studying ...
  • Cyprus Defence Minister says Cyprus' security enhanced with PESCO

    Cyprus Defence Minister says Cyprus' security enhanced with PESCO

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    Twenty-three of the EU's 28 member nations signed up to the process, known as permanent structured cooperation, or PESCO. Membership of the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) initiative will present an opportunity for Slovakia to bolster its defence capabilities, both for national purposes and in meeting its worldwide commitments, said Defence Minister Peter Gajdoš (a Slovak National Party/SNS nominee) who signed an intention for Slovakia to join PESCO along with State Secretary for ...
  • Australia Responsible for Dire Conditions of Refugees

    Australia Responsible for Dire Conditions of Refugees

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    Morteza Saffari, a member of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, said, "The Australian government, despite all its apparent support for human rights, has made it very hard for those taking refuge there and pays no attention to human rights [of those concerned] whatsoever", ICANA reported on Saturday.
  • Hate Crimes in US Increased by Five Percent in 2016

    Hate Crimes in US Increased by Five Percent in 2016

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    About half the 1,273 incidents involving religion were against Jews while Muslims were targeted in 307 religion-based crimes. There were more than 6,100 hate crimes last year, up about 5 percent over the previous year. Hate incidents increased from 203 in 2015 to 285 in 2016. There is more of a focused effort on reporting these crimes in today's political climate.
  • Floor collapses during homecoming party

    Floor collapses during homecoming party

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    Carly Carroll, an apartment resident told CBS affiliate WKRG-TV : "Its worse than you could possibly imagine because the sprinklers were on for two hours so not only was all of our stuff crushed, but its completely soaked with water". It happened just before 2:00 a.m.at The Ridge at North Texas apartments located near Highway 288. This jaw-dropping video shows the moment the floor gave way because of "too much jumping".
  • Two Stabbed At Mall Of America

    Two Stabbed At Mall Of America

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    At around 6:44 p.m. local time on Sunday evening, the Bloomington Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing inside Macy's at the Mall of America . The Mall of America said in a statement that their "thoughts are with the families involved". "He saw the man walking through before, talking to himself, really really loudly talking to himself", Schwieters said .
  • Trump offers to 'mediate' on South China Sea disputes

    Trump offers to 'mediate' on South China Sea disputes

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    Vietnam has long courted support from Washington in its dispute with China over the precious waterway where Beijing has built military installations and artificial islands. Tensions in the contested waters have ratcheted up since 2014 as China has turned sandbars into islands, equipping them with airfields, ports and weapons systems and warned USA warships and aircraft to stay away from them.
  • 16 drown, 7 missing as boat capsizes in Krishna river

    16 drown, 7 missing as boat capsizes in Krishna river

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    He said an enquiry has been constituted. There were 41 tourists on board belonging to a private operator and returning from Bhavani Island to Pavitra Sangam, or holy confluence of Krishna and Godavari rivers. Bad light is understood to have hampered the rescue operations. The AP tourism grants permission to boats for operations in the river. Twenty of the roughly 35 people on the boat were rescued and the search operations were ongoing, India's National Disaster Response Force said on ...
  • Trump praises India and Narendra Modi; attacks China at APEC Summit

    Trump praises India and Narendra Modi; attacks China at APEC Summit

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    Speaking at the gathering of CEOs as part of the summit, Trump said Modi has been successful in bringing the people of India together despite being a heterogeneous country. With a vibrant area, a young demographically, one should be envious of the demographics, said the official. Trump and Prime Minister Modi are scheduled to attend the East Asia Summit beginning next week.
  • Rajoy to kick off campaiging in Catalonia ahead of elections

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    The sacked speaker of Catalonia's parliament left a prison near Madrid on Friday hours after supporters posted her bail of 150 000 euros ($175,000), ending her brief detention over the region's controversial independence drive . An overwhelming majority of those who voted in the referendum called for independence, but the vote was mostly boycotted by those who want to stay in Spain.
  • Saudi forces lift Yemen airport blockade

    Saudi forces lift Yemen airport blockade

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    The United Nations, along with dozens of other aid groups, are raising alarm at the blockade imposed on Yemen by the the US -backed, Saudi-led coalition there, saying Thursday it could lead to "the largest starvation the world has seen for many decades".