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President Donald Trump's approval ratings are at their lowest since he took office, according to a poll by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal released Sunday. Fifty-eight percent of Americans said they disapprove of the president's work. The survey found almost twice as many people approved of Mr Trump's handling of hurricanes in Texas and Florida as disapproved - though the mass shooting in Las Vegas proved more divisive, with 33 percent disapproving and the same number approving.
  • UP Minister Convoy Hits Boy in Gonda, Dies; CM Adityanath Announces Compensation

    UP Minister Convoy Hits Boy in Gonda, Dies; CM Adityanath Announces Compensation

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    Eyewitnesses and the family members of the boy alleged that no one in the convoy stopped to help the child. "A vehicle from Minister's convoy hit him and he died on the spot". "His father claims that the minister himself was in one of the cars which had garlands on it". "The cars did not stop, one auto had the minister's guards, they stopped for a little while but then they also left", said Vishwanath.
  • Former PM Nawaz Sharif to arrive in Pakistan on November 2

    Former PM Nawaz Sharif to arrive in Pakistan on November 2

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    It was learnt that Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif and some members of the federal cabinet will also be a part of the PML-N entourage gathering in London. Nawaz, who was now in Saudi Arabia, is expected to leave for London on Sunday (today), he said. In the meantime, Nawaz's wife was hospitalised again so he had to go back to London.
  • Utah locations open for nationwide prescription drug take back day

    Utah locations open for nationwide prescription drug take back day

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    There were more than 100 drop-off locations Saturday, and although the collection ended at 2 p.m., authorities said residents can take medications to law enforcement locations statewide anytime. Capt. Gibbs said it started because the city's environmental manager was concerned about people flushing medications and sending them to a treatment plant that wasn't equipped to deal with them.
  • South Africa vs Bangladesh, 2nd T20

    South Africa vs Bangladesh, 2nd T20

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    Compatriot Richard Levi had previously held the record, having taken 45 deliveries to reach his century against New Zealand in 2012. South Africa: Mangaliso Mosehle (wk), Hashim Amla , AB de Villiers, JP Duminy (capt), David Miller , Farhaan Behardien, Andile Phehlukwayo, Dwaine Pretorius , Robert Frylinck, Aaron Phangiso, Beuran Hendricks.
  • Nebraska trails Purdue 14 — HALFTIME

    Nebraska trails Purdue 14 — HALFTIME

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    Nebraska junior WR Stanley Morgan (hip) caught six passes for 112 yards and scored the game-winning touchdown in a 25-24 victory over Purdue on Saturday. Beginning the second half with the ball, the Huskers had a ideal opportunity to change the momentum of the game, but instead ended a 55-yard drive with another field goal, letting Purdue keep its 14-9 lead.
  • Iran asks United Nations nuclear chief to confirm it still follows deal

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    So far the agency has released eight reports each time confirming Iran's adherence to the worldwide nuclear pact. This statement comes following President Donald Trump's refusal to recertify the 2015 nuclear deal, with a demand for more stringent restrictions on Iran based on his assessment that Rouhani was breaching the terms of the agreement.
  • Gaza security chief wounded in apparent ISIS hit attempt

    Gaza security chief wounded in apparent ISIS hit attempt

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    The head of the Gaza Strip's Hamas-run security apparatus survived an assassination attempt today, according to Gaza's Interior Ministry. Hamas Chief Ismail Haniyeh visits Hamas' security chief in the Gaza Strip, Tawfeeq Abu Naeem, as he lies on a bed at a hospital in Gaza City October 27, 2017.
  • A Human-Like Robot Just Received Citizenship In Saudi Arabia

    A Human-Like Robot Just Received Citizenship In Saudi Arabia

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    The robot named Sophia was confirmed as a Saudi citizen during a business event in Riyadh last week, according to an official Saudi press release. Born in Hong Kong by Hanson Robotics , Sophia appeared on an ABC News Broadcast Network when she received the humorous questioning from Virginia Trioli: "How much sexism and misogyny is there in the robot world?" "It is historic to be the first robot in the world to be recognised with citizenship".
  • Storm will bring heavy rain, wind

    Storm will bring heavy rain, wind

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    The storm is expect to hit hardest Sunday afternoon and continue into Monday morning. We issued a First Alert Sunday into Monday ahead of the significant storm. Most of the state can see 1-3 inches of rain in CT. "Damage to trees, power lines, and property are possible with winds of this magnitude, especially given trees remain fully leaved", the NWS said.
  • Former Union Minister P Chidambaram drops a bomb, seeks autonomy for Kashmir

    Former Union Minister P Chidambaram drops a bomb, seeks autonomy for Kashmir

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    Earlier P Chidambaram said, "My interactions in Jammu and Kashmir led me to the conclusion that when they ask for " Azadi ", most people want autonomy". "Congress is shamelessly using a language that is spoken by separatists and Pakistanis". "The position Congress has taken with regard to " Azadi " or autonomy to be given to Jammu and Kashmir, goes directly contrary to India's national interest", said Jaitley.