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Clinton joins Trump in airing ads in Dem states

Clinton joins Trump in airing ads in Dem states

Trump's confidence aside, Clinton still has more paths to victory - and was looking for even more. "Who does that?" she asked. The long and often unedifying 2016 race is now being fought in a few corners of a few states, most notably Florida, Ohio and North Carolina.



New LA Times Poll Puts Trump 4 Points Ahead of Clinton

With less than a week until Election Day, both candidates are warning of dire consequences if the other is elected. A Reuters equity market poll last month showed a majority of forecasters predicted that USA stocks would perform better under a Clinton presidency than a Trump administration.



Chouhan gives in, orders judicial probe into MP encounter

Banerjee had also alerted the prison superintendent and told him to restrict the meetings of the prisoners and keep them under strict watch. " Video clips that have surfaced of the incident show policemen shooting at one of the "escapees" as he lies on the ground".



Obama reveals rooms where he lives in White House

Other official accounts on platforms like Medium , Tumblr, and YouTube will take a similar approach, including @ WhiteHouse , @ FLOTUS , @ PressSec , and @VP. The Obamas declined the $100,000 in government funds allotted to new presidents to redecorate the residence and instead paid for the redo themselves, so it's not clear how much it cost.


Mosul Residents Flee as Iraqis Plan Advance on Islamic State

Mosul Residents Flee as Iraqis Plan Advance on Islamic State

They continued to consolidate their foothold in the eastern district of Gogjali despite a pair of attempted vehicle bomb attacks on their positions Thursday. Baghdadi urged his supporters to launch attacks against Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Iraqi soldiers have also advanced toward the northern edge of the city, while Kurdish forces have gained ground north and east of Mosul in recent days.


EU condemns arrest of pro-Kurdish MPs

EU condemns arrest of pro-Kurdish MPs

The two co-leaders of Turkey's pro-Kurdish HDP opposition party have been detained along with other MPs, officials say. Yildirim also said one of the assailants was "caught dead", but did not provide details. Turkish authorities also blocked access to social media sites on Friday, including Twitter and WhatsApp messenger, an internet monitoring group called Turkey Blocks reported, as cited by Reuters.