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Rutgers University Professor Sent To Psych Ward Due To Anti-Trump Tweets

Soon after, Allred was transported to Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, where he was "forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation", he wrote on Twitter. He has also returned to Twitter to give his thoughts on the comparative propriety of his psychiatric exam. He also tweeted about the gun rights asking if conservatives would care as much about the Second Amendment if gun violence killed more white people.

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OPEC Members Prepared for November Meeting

The members agreed in Algiers, Algeria on September 28 to limit supply with special conditions given to Libya, Nigeria and Iran , whose output has been hit by wars and sanctions. The dollar sprinted to its 13-year high against a basket of major currencies on comments by U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who said the interest rate increase could happen "relatively soon", indicating high chances of the rate hike in December.

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HMCS Vancouver heading to New Zealand to help natural disaster victims

A convoy of 27 military trucks reached the quake-stricken New Zealand town of Kaikoura on Friday, five days after the seaside community was completely cut off by huge landslides caused by a 7.8-magnitude natural disaster that killed two people.

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England leads India in Series

Gangaraju, though, played down the controversy, and said the pitch to be used for the Test was different to the ones that staged the Ranji Trophy game, and the fifth ODI between India and New Zealand, where the visitors slumped to 79 all out chasing 270.

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Iran's oil output to reach 6 mb/d by 2040 - IEA

The second wave of LNG-production, coming from Mozambique, Tanzania and Canada will boost global trade in gas, driving a 30 per cent increase in the volume of LNG shipped around the world in the next 25 years. But the IEA said any future supply shortage would force the price of oil up again, triggering instability in global oil markets. Implementing current worldwide pledges will only slow down the projected rise in energy-related carbon emissions from an average of 650 million tonnes per year ...

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Markets open on a positive note on Wednesday

The government's move to withdraw larger denomination banknotes is aimed at cracking down on rampant corruption and counterfeit currency, stoking concerns about its impact on small- and medium-sized enterprises which largely run on cash, which could have a knock-on effect on economic growth.