• Students want to be reimbursed if college workers strike
Students want to be reimbursed if college workers strike

Students say they're caught in the middle and they're the ones with the most to lose. "I know the professors aren't happy with it". Twelve thousand faculty members at colleges in Canada went on strike Monday, affecting more than 500,000 students.

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  • Indonesia AirAsia flight turns back due to technical issue
Indonesia AirAsia flight turns back due to technical issue

Passenger Mark Bailey told Seven Network television: "Hostesses started screaming: 'Emergency, emergency.' They just went hysterical". A flight steward also ran down the aisle when oxygen masks dropped from above the seats and passengers were told to get into a brace position.

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  • BJP MLA's Controversial Remarks On Taj Mahal
BJP MLA's Controversial Remarks On Taj Mahal

The history that the man who built the Taj Mahal imprisoned his father? "The Taj Mahal has national importance and visited by several people from all over the world". This wasn't the first time when Banerjee held the Centre responsible for the Darjeeling unrest. Som has earlier too been in news for making controversial statements.

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  • Wyoming Gas Prices Below National Average
Wyoming Gas Prices Below National Average

The Bradenton-Sarasota-Venice market's $2.409 average on Monday was an 8.2-cent decline from a week ago and almost a 30-cent drop from a month ago, according to data from AAA, the auto club. Including the change, prices in Las Vegas on Sunday were 20.2 cents per gallon higher than the same day past year and it was 7.1 cents per gallon lower than a ...

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  • Nigerian government faces criticism over 'embarrassing' Zuma statue
Nigerian government faces criticism over 'embarrassing' Zuma statue

Okorocha also conferred on Zuma the Imo Merit Award, the highest award the state gives to distinguished individuals. "It is the same South Africa where many Nigerians majorly of the eastern extraction are being killed on weekly bases". Some have questioned whether a statue should be erected honoring Zuma, who has had a controversial tenure as Sou...

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  • Militant attacks leave six dead in Egypt's Sinai
Militant attacks leave six dead in Egypt's Sinai

The two rockets were aimed at the southern Eshkol region, an area that abuts both the Gaza Strip and the Sinai Peninsula, the army said. The army said twelve army personnel were killed during attacks in Arish and Karam Al-Qawadis. The army removed Morsi in response to mass protests against his one-year rule and his now-outlawed Muslim Brotherho...

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  • No. 17 MI defense holds off IN in OT, 27-20
No. 17 MI defense holds off IN in OT, 27-20

A big interception at the end of the extra session helped avoid a second overtime. MI running back Karan Higdon scores a touchdown during the first half an NCAA college football game against IN in Bloomington, Ind., Saturday, Oct. Land of 10's Rachel Lenzi points out that not only has MI beaten IN every year since 1987 - the Wolverines have b...

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  • Supreme Court agrees to hear DOJ petition in Microsoft data warrant case
Supreme Court agrees to hear DOJ petition in Microsoft data warrant case

The New York-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals eventually ruled that the company didn't have to provide the data. Earlier this year Google lost a battle with the USA government and was ordered to hand over data stored overseas. "Hundreds if not thousands of investigations of crimes - ranging from terrorism, to child pornography, to fraud - ...

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  • State of emergency: Raging wildfires kill at least 20 people in Portugal
State of emergency: Raging wildfires kill at least 20 people in Portugal

Spanish Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said in a tweet that "several people have been identified in connection to the fires in Galicia". There was fire everywhere, ' a Penacova resident told RTP television. The Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, who is from Galicia, said he was returning to the region to see the emergency coordination h...

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  • European Union toughens sanctions against North Korea
European Union toughens sanctions against North Korea

The latest country to be threatened by North Korea was Australia after they aligned themselves with the U.S. against its regime. The country pledged to continue supporting the United States in their effort to curb North Korea's blind nuclear ambitions.

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  • Believed Missing, 7 Injured in Louisiana Oil Rig Explosion
Believed Missing, 7 Injured in Louisiana Oil Rig Explosion

Its water covers 630 square miles (1630 square kilometers) but it's generally only about 10 to 15 feet (3 to 4.5 meters) deep. Local authorities are performing a search and rescue for one person still unaccounted for after an oil rig explosion on Lake Pontchartrain .

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  • Three takeaways from Giants' upset win over Broncos
Three takeaways from Giants' upset win over Broncos

By the time the final whistle blew, they would trail NY 23-10 and have a spate of injuries to overcome in the week ahead. Down 17-3 at the half, Denver chose to run the ball just once on first down for the rest of the game. McManus now has missed five field goals at home this season, including two Sunday night. Adam Gotsis would return the fav...

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  • Trump's UK Trip Downgraded After Pushback
Trump's UK Trip Downgraded After Pushback

A US senior diplomat who requested anonymity told The Telegraph that Trump would possibly spend his alleged working trip to the United Kingdom to help open a new American embassy in London. It is thought he could still make a full State visit - an honour usually reserved for a President's second term - at some stage. However a White House spo...

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  • Monday forecast: Warmer than yesterday, lots of sun
Monday forecast: Warmer than yesterday, lots of sun

Friday's forecast calls for sunny skies with a high of 74 and an overnight low of 44. Full sunshine always put a smile on anyone's face as temperatures reached just over the the lower 60s this afternoon. Thursday will be another sunny day with a high of 70 and a low of 49. Sat: High: 78 Low: 60 Partly cloudy and windy. Sunny skies should pe...

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  • Donald Trump given subpoena for all campaign documents on sexual harassment allegations
Donald Trump given subpoena for all campaign documents on sexual harassment allegations

Attorneys for Summer Zervos are requesting the campaign submit all documents relating to her, all communications with or about her. According to the report , attorneys for Zervos have requested "all documents concerning any accusations that were made during Donald J.

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  • Syria claims Flash: We hit Israeli aircraft
Syria claims Flash: We hit Israeli aircraft

As reported earlier today by JOL, the Israeli aircraft, which had just completed a mission above Lebanese territory, struck the Syrian anti-aircraft battery by dropping four bombs. According to the statement released earlier this afternoon by the Syrian Army, "the Syrian Army headquarters warns of the unsafe implications of these aggressive att...

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  • California sues over Trump's health care law cuts
California sues over Trump's health care law cuts

NY and at least a dozen other states headed to court Friday in a bid to stop President Trump from cancelling Obamacare payments to insurance companies. The state upped its marketing budget for Covered California to $111 million and extended its registration deadline to January 31, aiming to give people more opportunities to sign up for insurance.

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  • Missing Woodbridge girl believed to be in 'extreme danger'
Missing Woodbridge girl believed to be in 'extreme danger'

The Amber alert was activated at 1:43 a.m. The man, Roberto Medrano Segovia, is now in custody, according to police. Police say she was attending a party in that area and was last seen with a male acquaintance. He may be wearing a black v-neck shirt, blue denim baggy jeans and Nike Jordan shoes. Anyone with information should contact the Prin...

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  • Had lost patience with CM Virbhadra Singh's 'dictatorship': Anil Sharma
Had lost patience with CM Virbhadra Singh's 'dictatorship': Anil Sharma

The official announcement may be made later in the day. Sharma said he had been given a BJP ticket from Mandi. However, downplaying the switch, Mr Singh said, "I'm not at all surprised". According to sources, the Congress leadership tried its best to pacify Sukh Ram, and AICC general secretary and state party incharge Sushil Kumar Shinde even h...

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  • Starting to develop a much better relationship with Pakistan
Starting to develop a much better relationship with Pakistan

He said, "We can no longer be silent about Pakistan's safe havens for terrorist organizations, the Taliban, and other groups that pose a threat to the region and beyond", adding, "Pakistan has much to gain from partnering with our effort in Afghanistan".

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  • Four FC personnel martyred in Kurram Agency blast
Four FC personnel martyred in Kurram Agency blast

The soldiers were killed in a series of landmine explosions in the semi-autonomous tribal region of Kurram Agency near the border with Afghanistan, the Inter-services Public Relations - the military's media wing - said in a statement. Pakistani forces, acting on intelligence supplied by the US, freed the couple along with their three children - all...

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  • Arrest at LaGuardia Airport temporarily disrupts travel
Arrest at LaGuardia Airport temporarily disrupts travel

Prosecutors say Park told the ticket agent at Spirit Airlines there was a bomb in the bag and tried to leave. Confusion prevailed as people were evacuated to the sidewalk outside the terminal and traffic around the airport was diverted, passengers said.

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  • Joint Iraqi Forces Advance towards Northern Kirkuk
Joint Iraqi Forces Advance towards Northern Kirkuk

The conflicting assertions came a day after Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Baghdad had no plan to attack Kurdish forces around Kirkuk , a city about 165 miles north of Baghdad that has been a focal point of tensions since the Kurds held a September 25 referendum on independence.

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  • District erases
District erases "To Kill a Mockingbird" from lesson plan

School board vice president Kenny Holloway says the district received complaints that some of the book's language "makes people uncomfortable". However, the book will still be available in Biloxi school libraries. A message was posted on the schools website stating To Kill a Mockingbird teaches students that compassion and empathy don't depen...

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  • Trump's Decision to Decertify Iran Nuclear Deal to Isolate US - Iranian Lawmaker
Trump's Decision to Decertify Iran Nuclear Deal to Isolate US - Iranian Lawmaker

Hatami underlined Iran's determination to stand against recent U.S. threats, adding, "The IRGC, the Army and all the country's forces stand united against the hostile, belligerent policies and actions of the USA government, and will not allow them to jeopardize regional security through proxy war and terrorism".

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  • Child falls to death from Carnival cruise ship
Child falls to death from Carnival cruise ship

Police have not identified the girl, and say the ship has been turned back over to Carnival and resumed normal operations. Today in Miami there are five cruise ships docked including Carnival Glory , Carnival Sensation, Carnival Vista, MSC Divina and Norwegian Escape.

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  • Jason Aldean Plays First Show Since Las Vegas Shooting
Jason Aldean Plays First Show Since Las Vegas Shooting

The Tulsa show was the country music artist's first concert since more than 50 people were killed and more than 500 others injured when a gunman fired into the crowd while Aldean was performing at an October 1 music festival in Las Vegas.

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  • Congress leading; Vote counting is underway
Congress leading; Vote counting is underway

Almost 56 percent of the 15.22 lakh voter cast their votes in the October 11 by-election. His party colleague and a minister in the Punjab government, former India cricketer, Navjot Singh Sudhu said, "This is a lovely Diwali gift, packed with a red ribbon, for our would-be-party president Rahul Gandhi ".

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  • Duchess Kate's uncle Gary is arrested for 'punching his wife unconscious'
Duchess Kate's uncle Gary is arrested for 'punching his wife unconscious'

Julie-Ann was taken to hospital in an ambulance where she received treatment for her injuries before being discharged. It was then that the assault allegedly happened. But on the 24th of September last, to the detriment of the wife of prince William, that is another branch of the royal family of England that was about it.

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  • Kenyan police shoot dead three opposition supporters in Bondo
Kenyan police shoot dead three opposition supporters in Bondo

During protests in Nairobi and Kisumu on Wednesday, two people were shot by police. Mr. Odinga, whose legal challenge led the court to nullify President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election, this week said he has left the race because no reforms to the electoral commission have been made.

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  • Porn publisher offers $10m for information leading to Trump's impeachment
Porn publisher offers $10m for information leading to Trump's impeachment

So it seems that pornography has paid Flynt quite well, as the businessman clarified that he really means to pay those who will help him "dump" the president. The Washington Post issued a statement exclusively to FOX Business on the upcoming ad saying, "We give advertisers wide latitude to have their say - generally if the ads are not illegal o...

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  • Vengara bypoll results: UDF wins but sheen off
Vengara bypoll results: UDF wins but sheen off

For the first time in the history of Vengara constituency, the runner-up has garnered more votes than the lead margin of the victor. The LDF candidate, PP Basheer, was placed second while the BJP's K.Janachandran Master was at fourth position.

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  • North Korea warns Australia for supporting United States
North Korea warns Australia for supporting United States

After North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on September 3, Chinese media executives were told that news stories on North Korea must be basically in line with those of the country's official media, according to the sources who spoke on condition of anonymity.

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  • Bomb Kills Pakistani Troops Seeking Captors of Freed Western Family
Bomb Kills Pakistani Troops Seeking Captors of Freed Western Family

Canadian, who were taken hostage by the Taliban, said the militants killed his baby and raped his wife. "No one has either intentionally murdered the child of this couple and neither has anyone violated or defiled them", said the statement.

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  • Officer wins in face-off with 9-foot snake
Officer wins in face-off with 9-foot snake

Then she maneuvers the snake into a duffel bag, despite its attempts to snap at her. While she is attempting to lift the snake in the air it keeps jabbing at her. They've raised $325 with $1000 being the ultimate goal. "Our community's animals depend on you for help, so please donate whatever you can!" It either escaped, or someone released it.

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