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South Africa's Guptas to challenge influence-peddling report at inquiry

South Africa's Guptas to challenge influence-peddling report at inquiry

A "Save South Africa" movement, formed by disgruntled business and civil service workers, as well as disaffected officials of Zuma's ruling African National Congress Party, protested government corruption across the rainbow nation. The long-awaited report into improper and unethical relations between President Jacob Zuma and the Indian Gupta family was released on Wednesday.


US Ready to Retaliate for Russian Cyberattack on Election

US Ready to Retaliate for Russian Cyberattack on Election

How does this threat stack up to previous elections? This US has publicly threatened "retaliatory" hacks against Russian Federation for weeks now, based on allegations that Russian Federation may have been involved in certain hacks related to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.


Italy says 2 kidnapped Italians, 1 Canadian freed in Libya

Italy says 2 kidnapped Italians, 1 Canadian freed in Libya

All three men are reported to have been in Libya working as construction workers on an airport. Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi thanked everyone who played a role in the men's release, especially the authorities and security forces in Libya.


Trump to campaign in southeast OH on Friday

Trump to campaign in southeast OH on Friday

According to Mook that early voting in Florida was up 52 percent over 2012 and up 16 percent over 2012 in North Carolina. Trump must win in Florida and North Carolina to have a realistic path to the White House. "We think that chance is remote, but we're not letting up", Mook said. Trump was recently in North Carolina on Thursday and his running mate Mike pence spoke at a campaign stop in Greenville Friday.



Are thousands of Indians really at a Native American protest?

The Standing Rock Sioux object to the project, saying it could threaten drinking water and destroy sacred sites. The Standing Rock Sioux Chairman is confident President Barack Obama "will do the right thing" when it comes to the Dakota Access Pipeline.



Clinton derides Trump's fitness; he disparages her honesty

While both candidates remained unpopular, Clinton's lost her advantage here. Colorado is a state that's been long thought to swing for Clinton, and a key part of her road to 270 electoral votes, and her campaign only recently re-launched television advertising there.