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Mass Brawl Breaks Out During Everton's Europa League Match With Lyon

Mass Brawl Breaks Out During Everton's Europa League Match With Lyon

Williams instigated a fracas in front of the Howard Kendall Gwladys Street End midway through the second half at Goodison Park when he barged into Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes . He had some mistakes that cost a goal but I like that mentality. Everton restored parity when Ashley Williams headed home with 20 minutes to go, but Bertrand Traore quickly gave the advantage back to the away side. Read More

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California jobless rate holds steady in September

California jobless rate holds steady in September

The report said South Carolina's workforce increased by over 5,200 people in September with a growth of more than 26,500 jobs from September 2016. Resident employment and unemployment both declined over the month. The state says the number of jobs in Rhode Island overall is up 3,800 since the start of the year and up 4,500 from a year ago. EDD said Friday that California has gained more than 2.6 million jobs since economic expansion began in February 2010. Read More

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Israeli tanks hit target in Syria

He also stressed Iran's commitment to help in the reconstruction process in Syria. Israel's leader is warning Iran that he will not tolerate an Iranian military presence in Syria. The incident comes as Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu was set to meet with officials in Israel. At the heart of those fears is Hezbollah, which battled Israel to a stalemate in a monthlong war in 2006. Read More

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Minnesotans get another year to use old IDs for flights

Minnesotans get another year to use old IDs for flights

The state started on the road to Real ID compliance in 2011 when the Motor Vehicle Commission switched to the "enhanced digital driver's" license. According to the S.C. The North Dakota DOT's website includes information on documents applicants will need to process a credential that's compliant with Real ID. The requirements for commercial driver's license and identification card holders or global customers are different. Read More

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North Korea is threatening the US to make

North Korea is threatening the US to make "an incredible impact"

The exercise involves the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan and its carrier strike group. Washington has not ruled out the eventual possibility of direct talks with the North to resolve the stand-off, U.S. Since 2008, photographer Eric Lafforgue ventured to North Korea six times. Pyongyang habitually condemns such joint exercises and the state-run KCNA news agency on Saturday called the Ronald Reagan's participation a "reckless act of war maniacs as it only drives the ... Read More

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Colorado Teenager Fatally Stabs Two Young Siblings

Colorado Teenager Fatally Stabs Two Young Siblings

Officers tried to save the children, who later died at a hospital. Police say the father is in serious but stable condition and is expected to survive. He also allegedly stabbed his father, according to Lt. Howard Black of the Colorado Springs Police Department. A man is facing multiple charges after he kicked one officer and hit another while being arrested in central Colorado Springs Tuesday evening, according to police. Read More

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Bodies in California desert found locked in embrace

Bodies in California desert found locked in embrace

Gilbert Orbeso, who was with the search party when the discovery was made, told KESQ-TV that they are his 21-year-old son, Joseph Orbeso , and Joseph's 20-year-old girlfriend, Rachel Nguyen. "Joshua Tree - due to loss of daylight yesterday, the recovery of 2 missing hikers will occur this morning". Gilbert Orbeso said he found his son and Nguyen in an embrace after a trail of water bottles, clothing and food wrappers led them to the bodies, ABC 7 in Los Angeles reported. Read More

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Seven policemen killed in Pakistan blast

Seven policemen killed in Pakistan blast

A forensic team from Lahore is expected to reach Quetta soon to determine the nature of the blast, he said. Strongly condemning the attack, Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri said that no such cowardly acts would be able to demotivate police and security officials from acting against terrorism. Read More

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Shock poll: Republican Ed Gillespie now leads Virginia governor race

Shock poll: Republican Ed Gillespie now leads Virginia governor race

Northam led Gillespie, 48% to 44%, in the first part of the survey , released Tuesday . Northam is trying to tie Gilespie, a traditional Republican, to Trump. Fairfax, however, has made no such concessions, and Northam's campaign is clearly concerned that his failure to even begrudgingly accept the pipeline will endanger the Democratic ticket with powerful union voices in the state, and among voters who ally themselves with big labor. Read More

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Who Chooses to Run a Twitter Poll About the Holocaust Death Toll?

Who Chooses to Run a Twitter Poll About the Holocaust Death Toll?

Scaramucci served in his role in the White House communications director for just 10 days before leaving in late July. Options included less than 1 million, between 1 to 2 million, between 2-3 million and more than 5 million. In a subsequent tweet, the Scaramucci Post said that the point of the poll was to highlight "ignorance of the basic facts of the Holocaust", and so they are claiming it was meant to be a quiz to see how many Twitter followers knew that the correct answer is six ... Read More

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Sri Lanka skipper pulls out of Pakistan tour citing security reasons

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) said its executive committee agreed unanimously that the October 29 match in Lahore should go ahead as scheduled following reassurances of the best possible security. The board officials had also stated earlier that Sri Lanka's players had been promised the same level of security afforded to the World XI team in September, and that the ICC was also willing to send its match officials to Pakistan . Read More

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Jacob Zuma conferred with Chieftaincy Title in Imo

Jacob Zuma conferred with Chieftaincy Title in Imo

Cross sections of Nigerians have clearly registered their grievances at Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, after he unveiled a statue of Jacob Zuma , President of South Africa. "What Nigeria says you must note determines the lots of many". Rochas Okorocha revealed earlier that Zuma would also be signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Rochas Okorocha Foundation and Zuma Foundation during the visit. Read More

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US Supreme Court agrees to resolve Microsoft foreign email battle

Microsoft, which has 100 data centers in 40 countries, was the first USA company to challenge a domestic search warrant seeking data held outside the country. The full 2nd Circuit split on whether to rehear the case. In December 2013, the US government issued a warrant in connection with an ongoing criminal narcotics investigation to seize data contained in an email account of a Microsoft customer. Read More

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Pakistan official details auto chase that freed kidnapped US-Canadian family

Pakistan official details auto chase that freed kidnapped US-Canadian family

Patrick Boyle said the sudden turn of events was nothing short of miraculous. "You could say that it was partially scripted but I was fine with doing it", he said. USA officials did not confirm those details. "After that, our priority was to free the hostages safely", said Ghafoor. The team did a preliminary health assessment and had a transport plane ready to go, but sometime after daybreak Thursday, as the family members were walking to the plane, Boyle said he did not want to board, the ... Read More

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German Soccer Team Kneels in Solidarity with NFL

Hertha explained the action on Twitter , saying the team represents "a tolerant Berlin and an open-minded world, now and forevermore". "Hertha BSC stands for diversity and against violence. The German national anthem is not usually played before Bundesliga games, and was not on Saturday. Kneeling as a form of silent protest began previous year, when former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick did it while the national anthem was being played before a preseason game. Read More

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Bennet to demand 'complete disconnection' from PA following reconciliation deal

Bennet to demand 'complete disconnection' from PA following reconciliation deal

The deal includes 3,000 members of the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority's police force redeploying to Gaza , a member of the negotiating team said on condition of anonymity. President of the Palestinian Authority (PA) Mahmud Abbas welcomed the deal and said he considered it a "final agreement to end the division" - though many details remain to be resolved and previous reconciliation attempts have failed. Read More

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Huge blast rocks Somalia's capital; police say 20 killed

Huge blast rocks Somalia's capital; police say 20 killed

The attacks follows after political impasse between the Federal government of Somalia and its member states, in what many believe could have been foreign interest based political interference. Another witness said there was a traffic jam and that the area was packed with people and cars when it happened. About two hours later, a second blast took place in the city's Madina district. Read More

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Attempted prison escape in North Carolina leaves multiple employees injured

Attempted prison escape in North Carolina leaves multiple employees injured

Inmates at the Pasquotank Correctional Institution in North Carolina started a fire on Thursday as part of an unsuccessful escape attempt, injuring 10 people. "Several employees injured." It added there would be "more info when available". The incident occurred Thursday afternoon at the Pasquotank Correctional Institute in Elizabeth City, a dispatcher at the Pasquotank County Sheriff's Office told ABC News. Read More

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New Jersey man nearly loses $24.1M lottery prize

New Jersey man nearly loses $24.1M lottery prize

But he nearly didn't get it at all after sticking it in an old shirt pocket with "a stack" of unchecked, losing tickets, New York's gaming commission said in a press release. The victor hadn't realized he had the lucky ticket in his possession until two days before the deadline. In case you're curious, his winning numbers were: 05-12-13-22-25-35. Read More

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Top LeT terrorist Waseem among 2 killed in Pulwama

Top LeT terrorist Waseem among 2 killed in Pulwama

Earlier on Monday, three Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists were killed in a gunbattle with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district. "The militants continued firing on the vehicle after it overturned", the officer said. Meanwhile, militants in the evening attacked a police vehicle at Damhal Hanjipora in south Kashmir's Kulgam district. The security forces had to fire at the violent crowd that had assembled following the call from the mosque. Read More

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British IS recruiter Sally Jones killed in Syria drone strike - Sky sources

British IS recruiter Sally Jones killed in Syria drone strike - Sky sources

Rukmini Callimachi, a correspondent for the New York Times, also said two senior US officials denied that Jones was dead. A former L'Oreal saleswoman, Jones left school at the age of 16 and started working as a beautician. 12. He was aged 21. According to the Sun , her death was kept quiet over fears that her son was killed as well. Born in the Greenwich area of London , she posted extremist comments online such as: "You Christians all need beheading with a nice blunt knife and stuck ... Read More

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US Move to Blacklist IRGC Terrorism: Tehran

US Move to Blacklist IRGC Terrorism: Tehran

USA media reports indicate President Donald Trump may designate the Guards as a terrorist organization as part of a larger strategy to increase pressure on Iran over its nuclear program. He added that the U.S. approaches have frustrated people across the world, saying, "It is time to teach the USA new lessons". Such a step would stop short of pulling out of the agreement, leaving that decision to Congress. Read More

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