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Chicago's next mayor will be leading a deeply divided city
Among the most high-profile names being discussed were former Education Secretary Arne Duncan, longtime Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett and Bill Daley, who succeeded Emanuel as Obama's White House chief of staff and is the brother of longtime Chicago Mayor Richard Daley. None of them were commenting publicly.

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Kurdish militants must leave Syria, Turkey tells U.S. envoy
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey told the United States on Tuesday that Kurdish militants must completely abandon Syria, as violence in the rebel-held northern Syrian enclave of Idlib escalated. Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar made the call during talks with visiting U.S.

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Chicago's next mayor will be leading a deeply divided city
CHICAGO (AP) — The next mayor of Chicago will take over a city that is deeply divided by race and class, a decadeslong problem that critics say only grew more pronounced during Mayor Rahm Emanuel's two terms in office. The question for voters now that Emanuel isn't seeking re-election: Who, if....

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Chicago's next mayor will be leading a deeply divided city
CHICAGO (AP) — The next mayor of Chicago will take over a city that is deeply divided by race and class, a decadeslong problem that critics say only grew more pronounced during Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s two terms in office. The question for voters now that Emanuel isn’t seeking re-election: Who, if....

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Laquan McDonald's family wants peace 48 Mins Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after
(CNN) - Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after getting out of his squad car, striking the black teenager 16 times. Police initially said McDonald lunged toward officers with a knife. McDonald's death on Oct.

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Emotional Gladys Knight reveals she 'didn't think she could get through' singing at friend Aretha Franklin's funeral
Singer Gladys Knight said she was concerned she wouldn't be able to "get through" singing at her friend Aretha Franklin's funeral. Gladys told This Morning's Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby she was nervous about performing, but said the pair were truly there for each other and supportive of one another's careers throughout her life.

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Laquan McDonald's family wants peace 41 Mins Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after getting out of his squad car, striking the black
(CNN) - Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after getting out of his squad car, striking the black teenager 16 times. Police initially said McDonald lunged toward officers with a knife. McDonald's death on Oct.

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Pope: the first step in conversion is to accuse yourself, not others
Vatican City (AsiaNews) - The first step in the conversion is to accuse oneself, and "a Christian cannot accuse himself is when he is accustomed to accusing others, gossiping about others, and putting his nose in the lives of others. This is a bad sign" said Pope Francis today his homily at Mass at Casa Santa Marta.

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Salvation Army pastor, family robbed in Chinhoyi
A Chinhoyi Salvation Army pastor and his family were tied up and assaulted by armed robbers who broke into their home early Thursday morning. The assailants escaped with the clergyman’s car and other valuables which included mobile phones. Around 4am Thursday, three armed robbers allegedly pounced....

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Chicago's next mayor will be leading a deeply divided city
Among the most high-profile names being discussed were former Education Secretary Arne Duncan, longtime Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett and Bill Daley, who succeeded Emanuel as Obama's White House chief of staff and is the brother of longtime Chicago Mayor Richard Daley. None of them were commenting publicly.

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Israel’s Season of Discontent
When Netanyahu finished his speech, it was still 26 days until the May 14 dedication of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, but only 24 days until the May 12 deadline for the United States’ recertification of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly referred to as the Iran Deal,....

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The Perils of the Ultra-Orthodox Alliance
The weeks before the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, breaks for summer recess are often a telling time. It’s when the government tries to cram through as many contentious yet politically expedient laws as possible to increase its chances of survivability come fall. A case in point is the passage, in July, of the so-called Nation-State bill.

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Community rallies around elderly Amarillo woman after house fire
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - One Amarillo community banding together to help an elderly resident who lost her home to an early morning fire last week. Very little remains of what was once the home of 94 year-old Velma McClendon. Get the latest Amarillo news straight to your phone! When fire crews arrived to the scene, the home was fully involved.

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Chicago's next mayor will be leading a deeply divided city
CHICAGO (AP) - The next mayor of Chicago will take over a city that is deeply divided by race and class, a decadeslong problem that critics say only grew more pronounced during Mayor Rahm Emanuel's two terms in office. The question for voters now that Emanuel isn't seeking re-election: Who, if....

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Family of man shot by Chicago police wants peace
Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after getting out of his squad car, striking the black teenager 16 times. Police initially said McDonald lunged toward officers with a knife. footage of the shooting. The fallout was immediate.

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Community rallies around elderly Amarillo woman after house fire
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - One Amarillo community banding together to help an elderly resident who lost her home to an early morning fire last week. Very little remains of what was once the home of 94 year-old Velma McClendon. Get the latest Amarillo news straight to your phone! When fire crews arrived to the scene, the home was fully involved.

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India’s rupee hits record low against the dollar
India’s rupee hit a new record low of 72 to the dollar today. ― Reuters pic. MUMBAI, Sept 6 — India’s rupee hit a new record low of 72 to the dollar today as emerging market currencies suffered more losses. The under-pressure currency of Asia’s third-largest economy slid to 72.12 to the greenback in afternoon trade.

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Laquan McDonald's family wants peace 10 Mins Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after getting out of his squad car, striking the black
(CNN) - Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after getting out of his squad car, striking the black teenager 16 times. Police initially said McDonald lunged toward officers with a knife. McDonald's death on Oct.

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Curtain Call — Theater previews, openings Sept. 7-13
Courtney Mack (left) as Molly and Garrett Lutz as Sam in Theatre at the Center's production of "Ghost the Musical" in Munster, Ind. | Guy Rhodes Photo. Subscribe for unlimited digital access. Try one month for $1! Subscribe for unlimited digital access.

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Emotional Gladys Knight reveals she 'didn't think she could get through' singing at friend Aretha Franklin's funeral
Singer Gladys Knight said she was concerned she wouldn't be able to "get through" singing at her friend Aretha Franklin's funeral. Gladys told This Morning's Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby she was nervous about performing, but said the pair were truly there for each other and supportive of one another's careers throughout her life.

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Family of man shot by Chicago police wants peace
Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke opened fire on Laquan McDonald six seconds after getting out of his squad car, striking the black teenager 16 times. Police initially said McDonald lunged toward officers with a knife. footage of the shooting. The fallout was immediate.

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Turkish prosecutor who indicted Brunson reassigned
ANKARA Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gül. The Turkish prosecutor who indicted U.S. pastor has been reassigned to a new position. Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gül confirmed local media reports in a press conference in Ankara on Sept. 6, while downplaying the significance of the decision.

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'Turn yourself in' - Seventh-day Adventists urge murder...
Officials within the Seventh-day Adventist church are urging the person of interest in the murder of a woman in Manchester to turn himself over to the police. Police are currently searching for a deacon in the church, Linton Stephenson, aka Jaw Bone, in connection with the murder of 25-year-old Khyhymn Campbell.

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2019: Tread cautiously, Mr President
By Malachy Uzendu. Global democratic norm provides unequivocal respect to the doctrine of separation of powers. “Triaspolitica” otherwise known as “separation of powers” was coined by Charles-Louis de Secondat, baron de La Brèdeet de Montesquieu. He was an 18th century French social and political philosopher and celebrated academic.

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Rivers APC absolves Tinubu, Amaechi from Cole’s guber aspiration
A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, said yesterday in Port Harcourt that at no time did the APC national leader Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu, and the Transportation Minister, Rotimi Amaechi, impose the Chief Executive of Sahara Energy, Pastor....

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Life Willem Dafoe: 'I flirted with Van Gogh's ghost'
Actor Willem Dafoe arrives for the premiere of the film 'At Eternity's Gate' presented in competition on September 3, 2018 during the 75th Venice Film Festival at Venice Lido. (AFP/Alberto Pizzoli) When Willem Dafoe was limbering up to play Vincent Van Gogh in a new film about the famously....

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