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Worldwide Donald Trump refuses to commit to trade pact — NAFTA
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US President Donald Trump has said if talks to reform North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) fail, he could envisage a US-Canada trade pact, excluding Mexico . The president of the United States was threatened in the early afternoon, and in front of the prime minister, to terminate the agreement. "I'm not surprised that Ambassador Lighthizer hasn't been able to square that circle".

Worldwide Army pays tribute to IAF commandos
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Two Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists were eliminated in Hajin area of Bandipora district as a result of a cordon and search operation. The injured personnel – Sergeant Milind Kishor and Corporal Nilesh Kumar – were evacuated to 92 Base Hospital here where they succumbed to injuries.

Worldwide Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's blue WagonR stolen
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The blue auto was used by the Aam Aadmi Party or AAP to demonstrate its commitment to fighting VIP culture and of standing with the little guy. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's much-publicised blue colour WagonR auto has been stolen from Delhi's Central Secretariat premises on Thursday, October 12.

Worldwide Police Seek Person Of Interest, Missing Child In Ohio Death Investigation
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Thursday after the boy was found. The victim had stab wounds to the neck and head and was taken to the hospital. Lawson was spotted by deputies on State Route 141, driving a Blue Chevy truck, early Thursday morning. Deputies found the bodies of three adults in a house trailer in an unincorporated area of Lawrence County at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, the sheriff's office said.

Worldwide Swiss open criminal case against ex-FIFA official Valcke, beIN CEO
Author: 0 Swiss open criminal case against ex-FIFA official Valcke, beIN CEO

Al-Khelaifi is a key member of the FIFA World Cup organising commitee. The case involves the award of broadcast rights for the next four World Cups from 2018 through 2030. In March previous year, the OAG said Valcke was suspected of criminal mismanagement and other offences. Valcke was FIFA's CEO-like secretary general under then-president Sepp Blatter from 2007 until he was sacked in January 2016.

Worldwide Philippine police kill 145 key suspects in drug war
Author: 0 Philippine police kill 145 key suspects in drug war

Dela Rosa issued the order a day after President Duterte signed an order designating the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency as the lead agency in the administration's war against drugs. Cascolan said the PNP's Drug Enforcement Group will remain as a unit. Dela Rosa immediately dismantled the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group and created the Police Drug Enforcement Group (PDEG), which consists of police officers who underwent intense screening to ensure they are deserving of the job.

Worldwide Elderly man dies after being tied up in home invasion
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Waldiman Thompson is now dead. The husband and wife were at their first-floor apartment in a brownstone on Decatur Street when at least two masked men with weapons stormed in shortly before 4 p.m., according to the sources. Officers arriving on the scene found the 91-year-old man unconscious. "They're church people. I would see them walking around going to the laundromat".

Worldwide The United States Withdraws From UNESCO
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The United States indicated to the Director General its desire to remain engaged with UNESCO as a non-member observer state in order to contribute USA views, perspectives and expertise on some of the important issues undertaken by the organization, including the protection of world heritage, advocating for press freedoms, and promoting scientific collaboration and education.

Worldwide North Korea Hacked South Korea-US Related Military Documents; Lawmaker
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South Korea can short-circuit the North's electrical grid in the event of a nuclear war by spreading chemically treated carbon graphite filaments over electric facilities. "I told my own staff October 10 is the Korean Workers Party founding day, that's Tuesday in North Korea, but that's Monday, Columbus Day holiday in the US, so stand by your phones", Yong Suk Lee, deputy assistant director of the CIA's Korea Mission Center, told students and reporters at George Washington University.

Worldwide Trump loses patience with Puerto Rico
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There is exactly zero reason to treat Puerto Rico any differently from Texas or Florida. President Trump on Thursday threatened to cease relief efforts in Puerto Rico, where a humanitarian crisis has been underway for the past three weeks.

Worldwide Pakistan Army recovers Canadian-American family abducted in Afghanistan
Author: 0 Pakistan Army recovers Canadian-American family abducted in Afghanistan

Security agencies of the United States (US) had informed Pakistan yesterdat through intelligence link that the hostages were transferred from Afghanistan to Pakistan across the border. The family was kidnapped in Afghanistan in 2012. They want money, power and friends. The US military has long believed that Pakistan's principal intelligence organization, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency, has maintained links with the Taliban, particularly the Haqqani Network.

Worldwide Aarushi's parents did not murder her says Allahabad High Court
Author: 0 Aarushi's parents did not murder her says Allahabad High Court

As per reports, the court is likely to re-evaluate the testimony of key witnesses after the defence had accused the prosecution of tutoring them. Fourteen-year-old Aarushi was found dead inside her room at the Talwars' Noida residence with her throat slit on May 15, 2008.

Worldwide Soup thrown on racist 'drunk' man before he's kicked off train
Author: 0 Soup thrown on racist 'drunk' man before he's kicked off train

She explained over Twitter that she slapped him after he called a group of teen boys n***ers, and reinforced her commitment to hold racists to account. The man - who was clutching an open can of Lime-A-Rita - was eventually forced out of the carriage by Nokia and a few other passengers, but not before she cocked her elbow and hurled some soup straight at the man's face.

Worldwide How Long Will These Cooler Temperatures Last?
Author: 0 How Long Will These Cooler Temperatures Last?

High clouds will be with us through sunset tonight and after that we'll see more clouds. Highs will only reach the 70s. Lows should be around 60 with afternoon highs in the middle 80s. After another cool day on Friday , temperatures go back up above average for the weekend . I'm leaning toward the warmer solution, but decided on a middle-of-the-road forecast.

Worldwide Israeli Spies Found Russia Hacking with Kaspersky
Author: 0 Israeli Spies Found Russia Hacking with Kaspersky

Germany's BSI, which also uses Kaspersky products for technical analyses, said it was in touch with US officials and other security agencies about the issue so it could take action and issue a warning on short notice if required. It said the Russian operation also stole classified documents from a U.S. National Security Agency employee who had improperly stored them on his home computer, which had Kaspersky antivirus software installed on it.

Worldwide Liberia expects provisional election results Thursday
Author: 0 Liberia expects provisional election results Thursday

Liberians have gathered in masses to elect a new president and legislature, an election that for the first time in more than 70 years will see one democratically elected government hand power to another. In 2005 George Wea again ran for president , but then remained second in the vote, after Surley. If there is a runoff election it will come two weeks after that announcement.

Worldwide Congress surges ahead of key rival BJP in Nanded municipal polls
Author: 0 Congress surges ahead of key rival BJP in Nanded municipal polls

Congress has taken early leads in the counting of votes. Polling for the Nanded Waghala municipal corporation election 2017 was held on Wednesday and the results will be announced on Thursday. The trends however suggested that the Congress might emerge as the largest party with clear majority. There are 81 seats across 20 civic wards of the civic body.

Worldwide Hurricane Ophelia moving at crawl in northeastern Atlantic
Author: 0 Hurricane Ophelia moving at crawl in northeastern Atlantic

Hurricane Ophelia is set to batter Britain over the weekendWill Hurricane Ophelia hit Britain? The Category 1 storm now poses no threat to land, forecasters said, and no watches or warnings have been issued. The storm caused damage estimated at £1billion and claimed 18 lives. The west of the country will see the worst of the weather, with winds of between 60mph and 70mph forecast.