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He said Kenyans are choosing to protest against the dictatorship creeping into their lives. Police in Kenya's three largest cities used tear gas on Friday on opposition protesters who defied a new ban on demonstrations ahead of the fresh presidential election October 26.
  • Should NFL players be forced to stand for the national anthem?

    Should NFL players be forced to stand for the national anthem?

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    Still, Goodell did write, "Like many of our fans, we believe that everyone should stand for the National Anthem". When the NFL owners convene in NY next week and discuss the national anthem controversy that has taken hold of the league, they will be joined by representatives from the players union.
  • Brazen auto theft as woman is pumping gas

    Brazen auto theft as woman is pumping gas

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    Meanwhile, a woman is pumping gas into the auto on the passenger's side. Here's a good reason to keep your keys in hand and lock your doors when you're pumping gas. Larche was able to get away from the tanker driver by shedding two sweatshirts as he struggled with him, police said . "All of a sudden, he busts a right", Noureddine told ABC affiliate WXYZ-TV.
  • Spokane Police search for robbery suspects

    Spokane Police search for robbery suspects

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    Anyone with information is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6364 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. He is being held on a $10,000 surety bond, and he is scheduled to appear in court on October 26 in Middletown. The suspect left the bank on foot. State Police Troop F was assisted by personnel from Troop E, Troop A, the State Police Aviation Unit and officers from the Clinton, Guilford and Madison police departments.
  • Pak fires unprovoked on LoC, Indian Army retaliates

    Pak fires unprovoked on LoC, Indian Army retaliates

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    The incident occurred in the morning when Pakistan troops resorted to unprovoked firing, fatally injuring Sepoy TK Reddy and Defence Porter Mohd Zahier. Heavy shelling by the Pakistan army along the Line of Control in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir on Friday forced the authorities to shut schools in forward areas.
  • North Korea slams Australia for aligning with US, South Korea

    North Korea slams Australia for aligning with US, South Korea

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    The move will likely rile Pyongyang which has previously responded angrily to joint exercises. The Donga Ilbo daily, quoting a government source, said satellite pictures show ballistic missiles mounted on launchers being transported out of hangars near Pyongyang and in the North Phyongan Province.
  • Pat Perez extends lead at Malaysian golf

    Pat Perez extends lead at Malaysian golf

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    World No. 3 Hideki Matsuyama, who was in the same group as Perez, carded a 68 and was tied for eighth after starting his round with two birdies in three holes. Thomas could just add a 71 to his opening 70 to be joint 33rd with a three-under 141 total. Thomas has barely had time to pause for breath after a frenetic finish to the campaign and will take a proper break only after playing next week's CJ Cup, South Korea's first PGA Tour-sanctioned event.
  • Large Truck Bomb Shakes Somalia's Capital Mogadishu

    Large Truck Bomb Shakes Somalia's Capital Mogadishu

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    A auto bomb exploded outside a hotel on a busy junction in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu , on Saturday, with officials and witnesses fearing many casualties from the unusually large blast. Photo There was no immediate claim of responsibility for Saturday's blast, though the Shabab militant group has recently stepped up attacks. CBC News reported that the attack targeted a hotel on the central street.
  • Met Éireann issue highest possible status red weather warning

    Met Éireann issue highest possible status red weather warning

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    The resort, which has said it can lose as much as 10 meters of land to coastal erosion during a bad storm, is along the route expected to be hit by Ophelia's gale force winds. The tropical storm is making its way across the Atlantic Ocean, and Ophelia's remnants look set to reach the United Kingdom on Monday. However, Monday will see a spell of "very windy weather" sweeping across western parts of the United Kingdom, according to the Met Office which has issued a yellow warning for wind ...