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Oklahoma man wanted for violent crimes had hit list

Oklahoma man wanted for violent crimes had hit list Michael Dale Vance Jr.is wanted on multiple charges, including two counts of first-degree murder. During the incident, Vance reportedly used Facebook Live to post two videos to his Facebook page documenting his run from police. In one of the videos, a man wearing a blood-stained shirt pans to a long gun and says: "This is real". Vance is suspected of later shooting a woman and stealing her veh... [Full Article...]

Suspect in custody over Trump's Hollywood star vandalism — LAPD

Suspect in custody over Trump's Hollywood star vandalism — LAPD At least not until you watch the incredible video of Otis smashing the star at this Deadline link , which adds some interesting layers to the whole thing. Trump, however, denied the allegation. A 2005 recording in which he brags about kissing and groping women has not helped his case, though. Trump, 70, earned his star in 2007 for his work on the show The Apprentice . [Full Article...]

Victorian Minister Steve Herbert Tax Fraud Case: Used Money For Dogs?

Victorian Minister Steve Herbert Tax Fraud Case: Used Money For Dogs? The driver also revealed one of Mr Herbert's drivers was once asked to walk his dogs. Mr Andrews told Parliament that the Department of Premier and Cabinet had not received a complaint about Mr Herbert's behaviour. Because Shaw used his vehicle for personal profit and did not apologise.Whether or not Herbert financially "profited" by ferrying his dogs around in a chauffeur-driven auto misses the... [Full Article...]

Obama shortens 98 inmates' sentences, bringing total to 862

Obama shortens 98 inmates' sentences, bringing total to 862 The latest round brings to 872 the number of sentences Obama has commuted, including 688 this year. It is the second round of commutations this month, following the October 6 reduction of 102 prisoners' sentences. The commutations are part of Obama's push to reform the criminal justice system to reduce the number of people serving long sentences for non-violent drug offenses. [Full Article...]

Saudi Bombing of Funeral Gathering a War Crime — UN Panel

The intensity of air raids by the Saudi-led coalition had eased during the 72-hour ceasefire that ended at midnight (2100 GMT) Saturday. The previous 72-hour truce expired at 11:59 p.m. Ahmar said government forces were "exercising restraint" and stressed that there were orders to "abide by the truce and respect United Nations efforts". [Full Article...]

Calais children 'at greater risk than ever', charity warns

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has reminded French authorities of their duty to "properly protect" children, amid reports that youngsters were forced to sleep rough around the smouldering remains of the camp. As part of the evacuation works, more than 200 children and adolescents with relatives in the United Kingdom were taken to that country and another large group is waiting for their cases to be app... [Full Article...]

Dreamworld: Canberra departments locked in grief, mourn three of its own

Dreamworld: Canberra departments locked in grief, mourn three of its own ABC radio presenter Patricia Karvelas was friends with Mr Araghi and Mr Dorsett, who she said were the most loyal of friends. Oh my god, he had some great dance moves."He was an incredible, attractive brother who was loved by all and the most egalitarian person I've ever met in my life."Simon wanted all of his loved ones and the wider community to know he was overwhelmingly appreciative of all of ... [Full Article...]

Coalition to unveil details of $100m domestic violence package

Coalition to unveil details of $100m domestic violence package October 27 at Howard Amon Park, behind the Richland Community Center, 500 Amon Park Dr. One in four Australian women has experienced violence at the hands of her partner or ex-partner, and, on average, one Australian woman is killed each week. [Full Article...]

Britain Won't Perform 'Unethical' Dental Checks on Calais Child Migrants

Since 2006 there have been 11,121 age disputes. Home Office documents say if a refugee does not have a birth certificate, a Home Office screening officer can certify them as a child based on "physical appearance" or "demeanour". Separately, in an angry exchange with Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan, Davies said he was committed to helping child refugees - but wanted to make sure... [Full Article...]

What to do with the VW albatross in your garage

What to do with the VW albatross in your garage The vehicles included in the settlement program are the 2013 to 2015 VW Beetle, the 2010 to 2015 VW Golf, the 2009 to 2015 VW Jetta, the 2010 to 2015 VW Passat and 2010 to 2013 and 2015 Audi A3. It is the largest civil settlement ever with an automaker accused of misconduct. Volkswagen has moved a step closer to putting the diesel emissions cheating scandal behind it. [Full Article...]

Fires break out amid evacuation of French migrant camp

Migrants have flocked to the Calais region for decades, but the camp has grown as Europe's migrant crisis expanded. French authorities previously said they would not use force to have migrants register themselves. Local opposition to the presence of over 6,000 people at the squalid and insanitary camp and criticism from right-wing politicians has stung the government into action. [Full Article...]

Brexit talks will not be held in French, Theresa May insists

Brexit talks will not be held in French, Theresa May insists May called on European Union leaders to work together for a "smooth" withdrawal following Britain's shock June vote to leave the bloc, but Hollande said her apparent preference for a decisive break means she will not get an easy ride. "They agreed we should approach the Brexit negotiations in a positive and constructive spirit to ensure the process is as smooth and orderly as possible". [Full Article...]

Pair charged after shots fired in Keysborough

Pair charged after shots fired in Keysborough Police have charged a 33-year-old woman with offences including attempted murder, and a 39-year-old man with drugs and weapons offences. The man is now undergoing surgery at Dandenong hospital. Another resident said someone had attempted to break into her vehicle in recent weeks. Officers on Wednesday shot a man in Dandenong and exchanged gunfire with a woman in Keysborough. [Full Article...]

Russia Says Air Strikes On Aleppo Halted; US Dismisses Gesture

Russia Says Air Strikes On Aleppo Halted; US Dismisses Gesture Syrian troops will withdraw from parts of Aleppo to allow opposing forces to leave the city via two corridors specially prepared for this goal, he said. Russian and Syrian forces have been bombarding rebel-controlled areas of Aleppo since an internationally brokered cease-fire collapsed last month. [Full Article...]

Canadian delegation staying home as Canada-EU trade pact in limbo

It's now unlikely that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's stated intention of signing the CETA on October 27, 2016, will be realized. The EU requires the assent of all 28 member nations to sign the deal. "We wish them well and we hope that we can get there". "Each time they put forward such an ultimatum it makes a serene discussion and a democratic debate impossible", he said. [Full Article...]

Syria's Aleppo Bombarded in Overnight Airstrikes

Syria's Aleppo Bombarded in Overnight Airstrikes Bashar Assad also vowed to "clean" the besieged city of Aleppo and "push back terrorists" towards Turkey. After the U.S. -Russia ceasefire deal broke down in September, Russian and Syrian forces have continuously bombarded the rebel-held portions of Aleppo allegedly resulting in hundreds of civilian deaths. [Full Article...]

Toyota adds 5.8M vehicles to global Takata recall total

Toyota adds 5.8M vehicles to global Takata recall total Toyota says this latest recall is due to the possibility that the front passenger airbag inflators may be susceptible to moisture intrusion over time. Approximately 100 million cars are affected globally and the airbag industry is struggling to produce replacement parts, with some customers waiting more than a year to have their airbags replaced. [Full Article...]

Paul Beatty wins Man Booker prize 2016

Beatty's The Sellout , a satirical look at race relations in the United States, garnered the 50,000-pound (61,000 USA dollars) Man Booker Prize, which was previously open only to writers from Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth. that is why the novel works". Two years after American authors were controversially admitted to a prize formerly restricted to the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, Be... [Full Article...]

Trump Warns Clinton Policy On Syria Would Lead To World War Three

Trump Warns Clinton Policy On Syria Would Lead To World War Three On Syria's civil war, Trump said Clinton could drag the United States into a world war with a more aggressive posture towards resolving the conflict. "It would help us in the fight against ISIS". The Democratic nominee has called for a no-fly zone and "safe zones" on the ground for civilians. The exchange of emails between Clinton campaign chair John Podesta and Clinton ally and co... [Full Article...]

Former Karnataka CM Yeddyurappa acquitted in corruption case

Former Karnataka CM Yeddyurappa acquitted in corruption case It is alleged that the bribe was paid for a grant of official favours during Yeddyurappa's tenure as the Chief Minister between 2008 and 2011. He resigned as chief minister in July 2011 after the Lokayukta report on illegal mining. Yeddyurappa's son B Y Raghavendra said "baseless" charges were made against their family with a "political motive". Yeddyurappa was not interested in the offer of a... [Full Article...]


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