• Blast hits embassy zone in Kabul, 13 feared dead

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    A Reuters television team counted eight people who appeared to have been killed, besides several wounded at the scene, which was shrouded in smoke from the explosion . The area has been cordoned off and most of the injured are feared to be government employees. Witnesses present in area of attack said the casualties are being taken away by ambulances.
  • Bride identified as killer of 13 people with poisonous milk

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    But the plot went awry when Amjad, Asiya's husband, did not drink the glass of milk she handed to him, Mr Ali said. Unfortunately, Amjad's mother used the poisoned milk to make lassi for the family. "She was not happy and came back to her parents" house after a few days into marriage but her family forcibly sent her back to her in-laws' house. Mr Ahmad added: "Police have arrested Asiya Bibi, a man and his aunt for being accomplices and charged them with murder".
  • Wife of Putin's 'assassination plotter' killed in shooting

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    The couple's vehicle was peppered with bullets in an ambush. Amina Okuyeva and Adam Osmayev were in a auto when an assailant opened fire from bushes on a railway crossing near the Ukrainian capital on Monday, Ukrainian Interior Ministry adviser Anton Herashchenko said.
  • Loveland-area weather: Slight chance of snow; high in mid-30s

    Loveland-area weather: Slight chance of snow; high in mid-30s

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    Monday night will be clear, with lows in the mid-30s. Thursday Sunny, with a high near 61. The extra clouds come back on Saturday and it drops down into the low and mid-60s. Tuesday night should be partly cloudy with a southeast wind of 5 miles per hour. Sunday night: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly clear, with a low around 33.
  • Goldman Sachs threatens Brexit job exodus from London

    Goldman Sachs threatens Brexit job exodus from London

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    Last week, Blankfein praised the German city, which is looking to establish itself as Europe's financial capital after Brexit , saying he would be "spending a lot more time there". Earlier this month, Goldman said it had agreed to lease office space at a new building in Frankfurt, giving it space for up to 1,000 staff. Great meetings, great weather, really enjoyed it.
  • San Franscisco chefs outshine New York's in Michelin 2018

    San Franscisco chefs outshine New York's in Michelin 2018

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    NY is now home to 56 one-starred restaurants, 11 two-starred restaurants and five three-starred restaurants, including Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare and Eleven Madison Park, which reopened this year after renovations. Chicago has two three-starred restaurants. Six new restaurants, spread across Manhattan's sundry neighborhoods, join this year's star selections for the first time, including three that feature Japanese cuisine.
  • Early e-cigarette use in high school linked to smoking later

    Early e-cigarette use in high school linked to smoking later

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    They analyzed the responses of 44,163 students surveyed about their e-cigarette and cigarette use at baseline in 2013-2014, and 41,262 surveyed in a follow-up a year later. Kids who had used e-cigs in the 30 days before the study were more likely to start smoking and continue smoking for a year. No, speculates Hammond, they are probably trying them and then moving to smoking, rather than smoking and then trying e-cigarettes as either a replacement or a cessation tool.
  • [ALERT] South Africa preferred host for 2023 Rugby World Cup

    [ALERT] South Africa preferred host for 2023 Rugby World Cup

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    Rugby League World Cup organisers have referred an incident involving the Italian team to the NRL integrity unit, after James Tedesco was allegedly king hit by a teammate. Independent auditors will oversee the process and the vote on 15 November, which will comprise a total of 39 votes, with a simple majority required to select the Rugby World Cup 2023 host.
  • Iraqi army takes control of Turkey border from Kurds: Turkish PM

    Iraqi army takes control of Turkey border from Kurds: Turkish PM

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    Despite his resignation on Sunday, the former president - who has been at the forefront of Kurdish independence efforts for decades and the KRG president for 12 years - is expected to remain a senior political figure. The Kurdish forces lost almost half of the territory that had controlled during the war against the Islamic State group. A second border crossing from Ovaköy into Iraq can be opened, but security should be maintained by Iraq or Turkey , Customs Minister Bülent Tüfenkçi said ...