Watch Trump Get Booed While Roasting Clinton at Catholic Charity Event

Watch Trump Get Booed While Roasting Clinton at Catholic Charity Event

Smith Memorial Foundation dinner on Thursday. Hillary Clinton straight-up roasted Trump. "For example, here she is tonight in public, pretending not to hate Catholics", he said, to more gales of boos, referring to remarks Clinton communications manager Jennifer Palmieri made about Catholics in some of the hacked emails recently made public by Wikileaks . Read More

France orders Calais 'jungle' camp to be cleared, migrants await their fate

France orders Calais 'jungle' camp to be cleared, migrants await their fate

The 6,486 refugees living in the Calais Jungle refugee camp will be moved starting next week to different facilities as the French authorities close down the notorious camp. "I can not imagine it". According to Italy's interior ministry, about 124,500 migrants have arrived since the start of 2016, just slightly more than the 122,000 recorded for the whole of previous year. Read More

Campaign manager: Trump would be willing to do another debate

Campaign manager: Trump would be willing to do another debate

That compared with 44 percent for Clinton and 37 percent for Trump in the October 7-13 poll released last week.Clinton's lead also shrank in a separate four-way poll that included alternative party candidates: 43 percent supported her, while 39 percent supported Trump , 6 percent supported Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, and 2 percent supported Jill Stein of the Green Party.Support for Clinton had been mostly rising in the seven-day tracking poll since the last week of August, when ... Read More

Truce extended in Aleppo but United Nations delays evacuations

An 11-hour unilateral cease-fire in Aleppo was "allowing civilians and those fighters who lay down their weapons to leave" the city, Moscow's envoy said. Since late August, Turkey has targeted both the Islamic State jihadist group and Syrian Kurdish fighters considered "terrorists" by Ankara. Fighting returned Sunday to the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, after a three-day humanitarian pause. Read More

Palestinian woman shot dead in alleged attack

Palestinian woman shot dead in alleged attack

According to Palestinian figures, more than 240 Palestinians have been killed since an uptick in Israeli-Palestinian violence began in October of past year. "From the recording of the event it is possible to see that immediately after the danger was neutralised and had passed, the officers stopped firing, closed the area and proceeded to do the follow-ups on the incident". Read More

Donald Trump to plan launching a news channel

Donald Trump to plan launching a news channel

U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump could launch a cable or OTT news net, according to numerous reports out of the US. But as Folkenflik also pointed out, it's tough to launch a new TV network. The "worst possible thing", Baum says, "would be for him to sort of fade into the background for an extended period of time" between November and the launch of a network or other form of media, "because if he does, some other entrepreneur is going to try to fill that space". Read More

Syrian rebels capture symbolic ISIS-held town

Syrian rebels capture symbolic ISIS-held town

Saif Abu Bakr said some 2,000 opposition fighters pushed into Dabiq with tank and artillery support from the Turkish army. The Observatory said fighters also captured the nearby town of Sawran. Syrian rebels, backed by Turkish planes and tanks, launched an offensive on October 15 to drive Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) out of Dabiq . Read More

Matsuyama cards 64, climbs into tie for third place at CIMB Classic

On Friday he was bogey-free, making two birdies on his first nine (the back) and four more after the turn. Obviously I seem to be finding my rhythm a lot better. American Thomas is defending a title for the first time in his career and he was bogey-free in following his opening 64 with a 66 to get to 14 under. Read More

Turkish jets strike Syrian Kurdish militia targets

It could be shrewd timing on Syria's part, as the Kurds are reeling following the huge Turkish airstrikes around Afrin, and the U.S., the normal go-to ally for Kurdish officials, is going out of its way to back Turkey on general terms. Syria called the victims “150 innocent civilians” and said that “these irresponsible acts will have dire consequences that will threaten the region's stability and security .”. Read More

Boko Haram Frees 21 Chibok School Girls, Most Carrying Babies

Boko Haram Frees 21 Chibok School Girls, Most Carrying Babies

According to Nigerian government officials, the 21 girls were released as part of a deal struck between the African terrorist cell and the Red Cross and the Swiss government, CNN reports. However, at least one of the girls is reportedly pregnant. Nigeria has denied reports that the government had swopped Boko Haram fighters for the release this week of 21 schoolgirls kidnapped by the militant group in 2014. Read More

ISIL has 5000 to 6000 fighters in Mosul: Iraqi army

In mid-2014, Daesh captured Mosul before overrunning large swathes of territory in the country's northern and western regions. Putin "wished the Iraqi army and its allies complete success in their objectives", the Kremlin said in a statement on his conversations with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. Read More

US says it detected failed NKorean missile launch

US says it detected failed NKorean missile launch

Japan's top government spokesman said on Thursday Tokyo condemns North Korea's failed missile launch and is lodging a stern protest against Pyongyang for the action. North Korea is widely seen as seeking to develop a nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile which can hit the USA mainland. With the timing of its latest launch, Pyongyang may have hoped to propel itself back to the top of the USA political agenda. Read More

No 'untouchables' for Mourinho at United

No 'untouchables' for Mourinho at United

They drew 0-0 at Liverpool on Monday , and play Mourinho's old team Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. "It will be a special occasion and a special game for me", the Fenerbahce man told the official Manchester United website. Jose Mourinho is looking to juggle his options for the Group A tie as they look to build on the 1-0 victory at home to Zorya last time out after losing their Europa League opener to Feyenoord. Read More

Delta Unveils Employee Uniforms Designed by Zac Posen

Delta Unveils Employee Uniforms Designed by Zac Posen

The new uniforms will replace the current line in early 2018 for flight attendants, gate agents and technicians. Posen developed a new color portfolio for the new line as well. Pieces include a V-neck dress, peplum sweater, wrap dress, skirt suit and swing jacket for female flight attendants, while their male counterparts will look swish in a three-piece suit, crew neck sweater and widget-printed tie. Read More

India, US would be 'best friends' if elected as president

India, US would be 'best friends' if elected as president

Faced with widespread condemnation even by his own party leaders for bragging about sexual assault on women in the past, the usa presidential hopeful Donald Trump has assured Indian and the Hindu community of a friend in him should he get elected next month. Read More

Only BRICS For Pakistan, Courtesy Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours have been running high since a September 18 attack on an army base in Kashmir, near the disputed frontier with Pakistan, killed 19 Indian soldiers in the worst such assault in 14 years. He also called for closer cooperation in such areas as economic and trade, investment, finance, agriculture, urbanization, infrastructure and security, and suggested stronger cooperation mechanism building in these areas. Read More

Nintendo NX To Be Revealed Tomorrow Morning

Nintendo NX To Be Revealed Tomorrow Morning

According to people familiar with the matter, NX will be a hybrid hand-held device and console, allowing users both to play in their homes and carry the device outside. Nintendo hadn't revealed any information about the NX due to fear that other companies could copy the idea. "NX is a different concept gaming machine", Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima said in April. Read More

Clinton, Trump tax plans are "mirror images"

Roberton Williams, a Sol Price fellow at the Urban Institute, said the promise in the ad is a case of Trump looking to describe his plan in the best possible light. First off, we have to acknowledge a couple of big problems with Trump's plan . The Trump plan blows a hole in the federal budget that only massive budget cuts and/or rapid economic growth could patch. Read More

Manohar Parrikar Links Surgical Strikes Decision To 'RSS Teaching'

Manohar Parrikar Links Surgical Strikes Decision To 'RSS Teaching'

Some share of the criticism was also directed towards me", Parrikar added. The Congress on Monday hit out at Defence Minister Manohar Parikkar for his comment that "RSS ideology inspired surgical strikes", and said that he is a "national embarrassment" and "doesn't derserve to hold his portfolio". Read More

Ethiopia government unveils rules for state of emergency

According to the statement by Fegessa, those who break the terms of the emergency risk a jail term of three to five years. To protect businesses and government property, a 6pm curfew around major infrastructure projects, farms, government institutions, and factories has been put in place. Read More

Obama welcomes amendments to Montreal deal on greenhouse gases reduction

Obama welcomes amendments to Montreal deal on greenhouse gases reduction

The deal to curb hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) was announced on Saturday (15 October) and includes the United States and China - the worlds two biggest economies as signatories. But HFCs have proven to be quite harmful by contributing to the greenhouse effect, so by reducing the output of this substance, mankind may be taking a giant step toward tackling the problem of global warming. Read More

Turkish President Tells Iraq PM To 'Know His Place'

The Turkish-Iraqi tensions risk complicating plans for an operation to save Mosul, which was captured by Islamic State militants in 2014. Hadithi said Abadi had already warned the Turkish government that violating Iraq's sovereignty would have "serious consequences" for the stability of both countries. Read More

Jim Prentice: Former Canadian minister and Alberta premier dies in plane crash

RCMP Cpl. Dan Moskaluk said police were alerted when the business jet lost radar contact and officers secured the scene. Harvey said the bodies of the four men who died in the crash remain at the scene, as the Coroners Service continues to investigate. Read More

South Africa's Gupta-owned Oakbay says Gordhan affidavit flawed

South Africa's Gupta-owned Oakbay says Gordhan affidavit flawed

Oakbay Investments and the Gupta family have dismissed the court application by Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan as "undiluted nonsense‚" saying it appeared to be little more than the usual political games . "These are perfectly legitimate", the family said, with all information to be supplied to auditor SizweNtsalubaGobodo for review. The papers contain details of "suspicious" bank transactions by Gupta-owned companies totalling nearly R7 billion. Read More

Sanders, Warren considered as Clinton's running mate

But in the end, Clinton chose to stick with a politician like herself and picked Tim Kaine killing our dreams of an iPhone in every pocket and an Apple auto in every garage. Months before clinching the nomination, Clinton shared an email exchange with campaign manager Robby Mook in which the two complained that then-Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz had hired an executive to run the Democratic National Convention without consulting the Clinton campaign or ... Read More

Surrey Police issue warning after 'killer clown' craze comes to the UK

Surrey Police issue warning after 'killer clown' craze comes to the UK

Three cases have so far been deemed criminal offences. "We will respond robustly if someone feels threatened intimated or suffers any form of injury after being targeted by this kind of behaviour, and the culprits arrested for the relevant offences". Read More

Cheer up, Americans, say Canadians _ you're great

Cheer up, Americans, say Canadians _ you're great

That said, The Garden , in its blog post announcing the campaign, and in the video is released, never mentions Donald Trump by name. "Hi America. " When you're down and troubled, And you need some love and care, And nothing, nothing is going right ..." Many Canadians are watching the race intently because of the close relationship between the two countries, according to the Times . Read More

Aleppo: Russia calls humanitarian pause in Syrian city

The US State Department said the Russian offer was too little, too late, and the United Nations humanitarian spokesman said that relief workers needed longer than eight hours to help extricate the injured. "The factions completely reject any exit - this is surrender", said political officer Zakaria Malahifji of the Aleppo-based Fastaqim group. In recent months, Assad's troops have pressed its offensive into the opposition-held eastern part of the city. Read More

Pray for return of other Chibok girls, APC chieftain urges Nigerians

Pray for return of other Chibok girls, APC chieftain urges Nigerians

Boko Haram militants abducted 276 girls from the Government Secondary School in Chibok, with 57 escaping nearly immediately afterwards. "Tragically, the ordeal does not end when these girls and women escape or are rescued", said Kimairis Toogood, an adviser for International Alert in Nigeria. Read More

Typhoon Sarika to unleash torrential rain in China, Vietnam following deadly flooding

Typhoon Sarika to unleash torrential rain in China, Vietnam following deadly flooding

Rappler quoting Pagasa said Typhoon Karen maintained its strength as it exited PAR, with maximum winds of up to 130kph and gusts of up to 200kph. Jalad said 5,077 families were still inside evacuation centers as of Monday. About 200 domestic and global flights were canceled and thousands of passengers stranded in seaports after inter-island ferries were ordered not to venture out in rough seas. Read More