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There were also a couple moments where numerous protesters took a knee, seemingly in support of the NFL players who have been taking a knee during the national anthem in protest of police brutality. "Really tough and I don't think have an answer on it", said Shoultz. White House officials say the President will be giving specifics on his plan to reform taxes, including working towards the elimination of the death tax.
  • Militants rain rockets on Kabul airport as U.S. defence secretary arrives

    Militants rain rockets on Kabul airport as U.S. defence secretary arrives

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    Zabiullah Mujahid, the Taliban's spokesman , tweeted that Mattis' plane was the target of the attack, though the assault occurred hours after the Pentagon chief left Hamid Karzai International Airport, CNN reports . This is the first official visit of the defense secretary to the war-torn country since US President Donald Trump's decision in August to intensify US involvement in Afghanistan.
  • Trump, Facebook's Zuckerberg in fire-for-fire

    Trump, Facebook's Zuckerberg in fire-for-fire

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    Mark Zuckerberg has hit back at Donald Trump after the United States president accused Facebook of being "anti-Trump". About this trump wrote in his Twitter. The company has admitted that users gamed its News Feed algorithm to try and spread misinformation during the election, and also that Facebook sold more than $100,000 worth of ads to Russian-controlled accounts.
  • Prep Volleyball Roundup: La Salle rallies to best Zillah

    Prep Volleyball Roundup: La Salle rallies to best Zillah

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    On a grind-it-out night in the SCAC West with two five-set battles, La Salle had the biggest comeback to best Zillah as Brooke Silvernail put together 25 kills, 20 ideal passes, and five aces for the Lightning on Tuesday. Cheyenne Shepherd had 12 kills and eight digs as J.I. Burton topped Twin Springs 25-11, 25-16, 22-25, 25-10. Taylor Swanson had nine digs for Prophetstown, while Courtney Pierceson added eight.
  • Rescued Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets PM Modi, Sushma Swaraj

    Rescued Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets PM Modi, Sushma Swaraj

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    In his first video message after being released on September 12, Father Uzhunnalil said he was "happy, strong in mind and soul" though he needed to recuperate. Father Tom was rescued after the intervention of Oman's foreign ministry. Sixteen people including four Indian nuns were killed in the attack by gunmen posing as relatives of one of the residents at the home.
  • Most US voters think Trump not fit to be president

    Most US voters think Trump not fit to be president

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    Ninety-four percent of Democrats said Trump, a Republican, was not fit while five percent said he is fit. A wide majority of Republicans surveyed, 84 percent, said that Trump is fit for office. "Out! He's fired. He's fired!" By Sept. 26, the president had tweeted criticism of National Football League players 21 different times over the span of three days, according to Yahoo News.
  • Emmanuel Macron looking to bind European Union closer together

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    The French president, who has pledged to bring about a "radical reform" of Europe, is expected to fully develop his ideas in a speech at Sorbonne University in Paris on Tuesday. It needed to be "sovereign, united, democratic", Macron said, sketching out a vision for new European defence and security measures as well as a beefed-up eurozone governance and tax harmonization.
  • USA imposes sanctions on North Korean banks, executives

    USA imposes sanctions on North Korean banks, executives

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    Aides say Trump was personally shocked and angered by Warmbier's death, and that the government suspects mistreatment. Trump urged nations to "isolate the North Korean menace" as his administration introduced new sanctions and warned that its "nuclear weapons and missile development threaten the entire word with unthinkable loss of life".
  • Roy Moore succeeds Senate GOP runoff in Alabama

    Roy Moore succeeds Senate GOP runoff in Alabama

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    Alabama voters don't mind Christian conservatives, but some political operatives worry that Moore is such a one-issue candidate that he may not be able to reach voters who are anxious about other things, such as the economy. And as Bannon said at a pro-Moore rally last week, "We did not come here to defy Donald Trump-we came here to praise and honor him". The others said "Luther Strange has been shooting up in the Alabama polls since my endorsement".
  • Thai PM says he knows whereabouts of former PM Yingluck

    Thai PM says he knows whereabouts of former PM Yingluck

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    Yingluck Shinawatra was convicted of criminal negligence by the country's Supreme Court. Meanwhile, an arrest warrant for Yingluck will be sent to police stations around Thailand, including to each each immigration checkpoint. He had promised to reveal more details after the court had read the verdict. The Shinawatras remain popular with rural and poor voters, and the rice subsidy scheme had helped Yingluck shore up her support base to get elected in 2011.
  • Pak finance minister indicted

    Pak finance minister indicted

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    Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leaders on Wednesday demanded that Finance Minister Ishaq Dar resign from his office after an accountability court indicted him in an assets reference case . Arif Chaudhry, president of the Islamabad High Court Bar Association, told The Hindu that the prosecution's evidence would be key. Despite the indictment, Dar can continue to work as a minister until he is found guilty.
  • Reserve Bank holds OCR at 1.75%

    Reserve Bank holds OCR at 1.75%

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    The two-year swap rate rose 1 basis point to 2.20 percent and 10-year swaps gained 5 basis points to 3.25 percent. "The key message is the [Reserve Bank] has maintained its neutral stance". Mr Spencer said the heat was coming out of the housing market, because of loan-to-value ratios and higher rates, but it could reignite if the restrictions were eased.