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United Nations says still no Aleppo medical evacuations, Syria blames UN

The Russian Defence Ministry said on Friday it was extending a pause in bombing militants in the Syrian city of Aleppo until 1900 local time on October 22. The "collective failure of the worldwide community to protect civilians and halt this bloodshed should haunt every one of us", he added. A pause in the Aleppo fighting was announced this week by Russian Federation to allow civilians and opposition fighters and militants in eastern Aleppo to leave.

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AFTRA Goes On Strike Against Video Game Companies

A proud affiliate of the AFL-CIO, SAG-AFTRA has national offices in Los Angeles and NY and local offices nationwide representing members working together to secure the strongest protections for entertainment and media artists into the 21st century and beyond.

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State's unemployment rate stays at 4.5 percent

Leon County follows with 4.8 percent unemployment rate. The private service-providing sector, at 3,816,300, added 3,500 jobs. The unemployment rate was 6.4 percent, up from 6.0 percent in September 2015. Its labor pool grew about 350 people between September 2016 and August 2016. The number of state residents over 16 years old in the labor force or actively looking for jobs remained at 65 percent in September.

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Police find new 'suspicious item' in probe of subway alert

Residents in the street said they had been told there was an unexploded bomb but they did not know where exactly. A 19-year-old man was arrested in north London yesterday over the device that was found on the Jubilee line on Thursday. In a statement, Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Further forensic searches will continue at the property in question". Customers and staff at The Jolly Abbot are now stuck inside the pub after police warned them if they left the cordoned area they wouldn't be ...

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13.8M goal set for Obama's final health care signup season

Federal officials are also targeting young adults to enroll in ACA exchanges. It offers subsidized private plans to people who don't have coverage through their jobs, along with a state option to expand Medicaid for low-income people. U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton of Dardanelle said the administration's Medicaid expansion claims "are nothing short of delusional. Even the Obama administration's best Obamacare spin can't hide those realities".

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New Clinton ad featuring Khizr Khan is the most powerful yet

While many have found Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric hard to choke down, many conservative voters considered Trump's disparaging of a military family more of a red line than the lewd and predatory comments he was caught on tape making about women .


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