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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton holds a lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump by eight percentage points, according to a new NBC News/SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Online Tracking Poll issued on Tuesday.The former Secretary of State, who has been consistently polling ahead of Trump in national polls since the end of July, is now favoured by 50 per cent of registered voters, wh...
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Pentagon announced on Tuesday that a US soldier was killed by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan, the second US military casualty in Afghanistan in 2016.The latest attack took place in Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand Province, when US troops were accompanying Afghan soldiers, the Pentagon said in a statement, adding that six Afghan soldiers were also wounded.In January, a US service membe...
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Justice Ministers from European Union (EU) member states cautioned against growing radicalisation in Europe here on Tuesday."The problems that present-day Europe has are not only economic or security ones. The inclination of a portion of the population towards anti-system and extremist groups, as a result of many processes where each and every one plays a certain role, is also a problem," Xinhua n...
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United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon appointed a former Dutch major general today to lead a monthlong inquiry into the response by peacekeepers to some attacks on civilians, including at a hotel, during violence in South Sudan's capital last month.Patrick Cammaert "will review reports of incidents of attacks on civilians and cases of sexual violence that occurred within or in the vicinity of the UN Ho...
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survey conducted by the Elabe institute for French channel BFM TV revealed on Tuesday that eight out of 10 French citizens do not want former President Nicolas Sarkozy in the Elysee Palace in 2017.The figures were released only one day after Sarkozy announced his intention to run for president in the 2017 presidential elections, Efe news reported.A total of 79 per cent of 1,000 respondents said th...
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Veteran actress Meryl Streep says she wanted to be a cheerleader as a young girl.I'd travel from New Jersey to New York to study with her (Liebling). She was a great teacher and I was an idiot. I was a teenager. I thought opera was boring, and I wanted to be a cheerleader, so I quit and started smoking, Streep said on the show Reel Pieces, reports femalefirst.co.uk.If you have children, when they'...
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Jessica Alba doesn't find it "appropriate" to let her children watch her work on fight scenes.Alba refuses to let her children -- Honor, eight, and Haven, five -- watch her train for scenes in action films, reports femalefirst.co.uk.I don't even do fight training at home. I go to the gym for that. And they won't see this movie. It's not appropriate, Alba told USA Today newspaper.The 35-year-old al...
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coastal state of Florida is investigating a non-travel related Zika case in an area previously not known with active local transmission of the mosquito-borne virus, the state's Governor, Rick Scott, said on Tuesday."Today, we learned that the Florida Department of Health (DOH) is investigating one new individual with non-travel related Zika in Pinellas County," Scott said in a statement."While thi...
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Cara Delevingne and Amber Heard were turned away from a strip club here after they demanded free entry.Delevingne took Heard to popular lap dancing club SophistiCats in Marylebone last week to celebrate her divorce from actor Johnny Depp, but her plans were spoilt when they were refused "immediate" admission.We welcome anyone as long as they are respectful but Cara and her friends weren't behaving...
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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who has struggled to drive a consistent message and consolidate the support of his own party, is honing his attack on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and the foundation bearing her last name, making it a rallying cry for fellow Republicans to get behind his campaign.Trump began this week hammering her for the Clinton Foundation, an organization create...
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Thousands of Argentines stood in line for free fruit next to the Casa Rosada presidential palace today, while growers handed out 10,000 kilos of produce as a way of protesting price distortions and double-digit inflation they say crushes profits.The queues lasted for hours, twisting around the Plaza de Mayo with low-income families eager to get apples and pears from growers who are losing money wi...
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massive leak of secret documents relating to India's sensitive Scorpene submarine capabilities has been reported in Australian media today. The leaked documents seen by The Australian run to 22,400 pages and detail the secret combat capability of six Scorpene-class submarines that French shipbuilder DCNS has designed for the Indian Navy. The Australian said the leak will spark grave concerns in Au...
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