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Speaking at UC Davis on Monday night, Hillary Clinton said climate change must be acknowledged as a cause of the wildfires burning across California. Lane was the emcee at the party - which was hosted by Weinstein, who is a longtime supporter of the Clintons - and after Lane told a comb-over joke about Rudy Giuliani, Weinstein allegedly threw Lane up against a wall.
  • Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman gets a 'kingly' welcome

    Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman gets a 'kingly' welcome

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    Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman's unscripted interaction+ with Chinese soldiers during a visit to the India-China border at Nathu-La in Sikkim drew favourable attention in Chinese social media where a video of her exchanging greetings with the soldiers has gone viral.
  • Coalition talks: Jacinda Ardern has 'another productive session' with Winston Peters

    Coalition talks: Jacinda Ardern has 'another productive session' with Winston Peters

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    Labour leader Jacinda Ardern entered her third meeting with kingmaker Winston Peters this morning armed with gingernuts and chocolate wheatens and came out with an update on talks about shared ideas. A final vote count on Saturday showed National lost some ground to the Labour-Green bloc from a preliminary tally, even though it still held the largest number of seats in parliament.
  • Watch Strictly Come Dancing's show-stopping Disney dance

    Watch Strictly Come Dancing's show-stopping Disney dance

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    The Strictly Come Dancing pros performed a show-stopping Disney dance last night. Richard Coles became the second celebrity to be given the boot after his Flash Gordon dance fell flat. The results show actually saw Richard land in the dance-off alongside Simon Rimmer , with the judges voting to save the "Sunday Brunch" presenter.
  • Japan court rules TEPCO, govt liable over Fukushima disaster

    Japan court rules TEPCO, govt liable over Fukushima disaster

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    A group of about 3,800 people, mostly in Fukushima prefecture, filed the class action suit, marking the biggest number of plaintiffs out of about 30 similar class action lawsuits filed across the nation. They demanded payment of monthly compensation in the amount of 50 thousand yen (the equivalent of about 380 euros) up until the level of radiation contamination in the Fukushima area will be reduced to indicators, Samarasya before the accident.
  • Surge in German industrial output rate

    Surge in German industrial output rate

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    Imports also rose for a second month running, up 1.2 percent in August after 2.4 percent growth in July. Leading economic institutes have raised their growth forecast for the German economy to 1.9 per cent in 2017 and 2 per cent in 2018.
  • Polish Catholics gather at border for controversial prayer event

    Polish Catholics gather at border for controversial prayer event

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    The feast day, originally called "Our Lady of Victory", was established by Pope Pius V in 1571 after the so-called Holy League won a landmark victory over the invading Ottoman Turks at the Battle of Lepanto. Poles also prayed in chapels at airports, seen as gateways to the country, while Polish soldiers stationed in Afghanistan prayed at Bagram Airfield there, the broadcaster TVN reported .
  • Texas Tech officer killed at campus police headquarters, suspect in custody

    Texas Tech officer killed at campus police headquarters, suspect in custody

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    The suspect fled on foot and is now at large. Texas Tech University campus lockdown has been lifted. He fled. As cops launched a hunt, the school asked everyone to "take shelter". State Law Enforcement Police are assisting with the investigation. Heidi & I are praying for all those on @TexasTech's campus this evening. The local Fox News station stated that officials identified the suspect as Hollis Daniels , a student at the university.
  • Australia dual citizenship hearing begins

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    The Australian High Court today begins hearings into whether seven federal politicians, including the Deputy Prime Minister, meet the citizenship rules allowing them to run for Parliament . Her case was similar to that of Senator Canavan, who also thought he was eligible for Italian citizenship through his mother's side but had to apply for it.