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World EIA Report Expected to Show 4.1M Barrel Build
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Earlier in the week, prices received support as Saudi Arabia held discussions about extending the deal to curb production, reduce supply and stabilize prices beyond the March deadline. The global surplus of crude and stocks over the five-year average fell to 190 million barrels. OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo listens during a news conference after a meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in Vienna, Austria, November 30, 2016.

World Syria army tries to encircle ISIS in Deir al-Zor: Military source
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The US-led raid in the village of Al-Shahabat killed 12 of a family, including five children. The operation seeks to "oust Daesh from the city and the province completely", the military source said . An unwavering ally of Assad's regime, Russian Federation militarily intervened in the Syria's six-year conflict in September 2015 when the government was in trouble in its fight against rebels and armed groups.

World High court temporarily restores refugee travel ban
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The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments October 10 on President Donald Trump's overall travel order , which imposed a 90-day ban on people entering the US from six mostly Muslim countries and a 120-day ban on refugees , to give officials time to assess vetting procedures.

World European leaders step up Irma relief effort in Caribbean
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Over 90 percent of buildings on the Dutch side of the island were damaged, and 1/3 of the buildings were destroyed, the agency said, adding they would use drones to better assess the damage. "They reacted far too late", said Kitty Algra, who was among the first group of 55 Dutch tourists evacuated on a military flight from St Martin to the nearby island of Curacao to await a flight home.

World Florida nun dons habit, grabs chainsaw to help after Irma
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An off-duty cop with Florida's Miami Dade Police Department shot the video of the nun in action and posted it on their official page on Tuesday. The Carmelite nun added that she found chainsaws sitting in a utility closet at her school, noting that "they didn't belong there" and "needed to be used".

World Cubs feast on Mets for win they needed
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St. Louis and Milwaukee also won Tuesday night , so the Cubs remained two games ahead of the Cardinals and 21/2 games better than the third-place Brewers. Mike Montgomery will once again fill Jake Arrieta 's spot in the series finale Thursday as Arrieta is still recovering from a Grade 1 right hamstring strain he sustained against the Pirates on Labor Day.

World Dennis Rodman could save us all from Nuclear War
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In the recent interview, Rodman also suggested U.S. President Donald Trump contact Kim to put an end to the hostile relations between the countries. But despite the tensions between Rodman's homeland and North Korea, the pair never talk politics during their frolics. Former basketball star Dennis Rodman wants to help prevent a nuclear war and believes that by using sports and camaraderie, he can help the United States and North Korea get along peacefully.

World New Zealand MP defends teaching English to Chinese spies
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A story by Newsroom.co.nz on Wednesday claimed Dr Yang studied at an elite Chinese spy school before moving to New Zealand , which attracted the interest of our Security Intelligence Service (SIS). After graduating he stayed on at the institute as a lecturer, teaching English. He said his students only collected information through communications in China.

World Trump restates need on why Congress should speed up Tax Cut bill
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In contrast, Republican leaders in Congress have been trying for most of the year to write a tax bill while ignoring the Democrats. Republicans plan to release more details about their tax plans during the week of September 25, as they prepare for a legislative sprint toward one of their top priorities.

World Evacuated Across Russia After Wave of Bomb Threats
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The identity of the callers has been a source of confusion for local authorities, with some claiming that the callers are military officials instigating terrorist threat readiness drills in preparation for the 2018 World Cup, while others claim that the threats originated from spam callers in the Ukraine.

World UN Security Council Approves New North Korea Sanctions
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Laborers from the country will also be spared a blanket ban and will be allowed access to work authorization documents provided they are involved in humanitarian assistance work or denuclearization. China's United Nations ambassador, Liu Jieyi, said Beijing has been making "unremitting efforts" to denuclearize and maintain peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.

World 1 dead, 4 shot in Washington state school shooting
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A gunman has opened fire at a high school near Spokane in Washington state, killing one student and injuring at least three other people, officials and witnesses said. The Spokesman reports that a LifeFlight helicopter has landed close to the school. "He called me and said, 'Mom there are gunshots.' He sounded so scared".

World Kaspersky shrugs off government sales ban proposal
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Acting Department of Homeland Security secretary Elaine Duke announced the ban of Kaspersky Lab software from federal government networks. The Department of Homeland Security says the risk is that the Russian government, acting on its own or in collaboration with Kaspersky, could use computer access to compromise US government systems.

World Hurricane Irma: storm makes landfall in Southern Florida with life-threatening surges
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Irma is already uprooting trees and turning streets into rivers. "We are trying to do everything that we can to get people safe", he said. The storm's impact was widespread. No injuries were reported . More than 3.4 million homes in the state are without power, and parts of the city of Miami are under water.Three storm-related deaths have been reported, as Irma is moving northwards.

World Two dead and three missing in Singapore ship collision
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The tanker was reportedly damaged on her starboard bow, but was stable and is now anchored at the Eastern Anchorage. From dredger's 12 crew, 7 were rescued by Singapore Police boat, 5 went missing. Singaporean Minister for Defense Ng Eng Hen expressed hope that the missing seafarers would be located soon. He hoped that the missing seamen can be located.

World Authorization for Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Averts Challenge
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The vote will be on whether to kill Paul's amendment. Rand Paul is likely to secure a vote on ending the war authorizations the USA military uses to fight terrorism across the globe. "I'm inclined to support it, because I think it will encourage the foreign relations committee to really grapple the Flake-Kaine AUMF", Kaine told CNN .

World Turkey signs major missile deal with Russian Federation
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The purchase of the missile systems from a non-NATO supplier is raising concerns in the West over their technical compatibility with the alliance's equipment. "Signatures have been made for the purchase of S-400s from Russian Federation". Turkey said in April that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally nations had not presented a "financially effective" offer on alternative missile defense systems.

World The Leonard Bell Sells 246 Shares of Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ALXN) Stock
Author: 0 The Leonard Bell Sells 246 Shares of Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ALXN) Stock

The stock of ServiceNow Inc (NYSE:NOW) is a huge mover today! Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK) has risen 91.08% since September 10, 2016 and is uptrending. Waterstone Management Limited Partnership has 100,000 shares for 1.68% of their portfolio. (NASDAQ:ALXN) shares with value of $1.17 million were bought by HANTSON LUDWIG.

World John Oliver on the Implications of Trump's Pardon of Joe Arpaio
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Arpaio's lawyers asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona to vacate the conviction in late August, after the former sheriff received a pardon from President Donald Trump. A pardon does not wipe away a conviction, and the Justice Department does not have authority to do so. Third, Protect Democracy argues that "the Arpaio Pardon violates the separation of powers because it unconstitutionally interferes with the inherent powers of the Judicial Branch".

World Garcetti: LA to Benefit from Having More Time to Prepare for Olympic Games
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In all these conversations with the leading figures in the different governments we can see there is no doubt being raised about the winter Games of 2018". "We are also keeping the door open for the athletes of the DPRK", Bach said. The IOC Ethics Commission has contacted Brazilian courts to ask for information about a corruption investigation concerning the 2009 vote that awarded the 2016 Olympic Games to Rio de Janeiro.

World Winds of up to 70mph could hit Rotherham
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Gusts of between 55mph and 60mph on Monday morning could see disruption to rush hour traffic, particularly over the Severn Bridge, with difficulties for high-sided vehicles and possible speed restrictions. The Met Office said winds could gust up to 75mph in exposed places from 20:00 on Tuesday until 10:00 on Wednesday. Nearly half of the average rainfall for September could fall in six to nine hours from about 4pm on Tuesday, which "seems likely to lead to flooding of some sections of road ...

World Mother of slain Tennessee woman faints in court
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Holly's mother, Karen, said she felt sick and suddenly collapsed on the witness stand . Bobo's remains would be found three years later, in September, 2014. Karen Bobo said on the morning Holly disappeared, someone told her they got a call from a neighbor saying they heard screams coming from their home.