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Actor Sean Connery dies aged 90

Actor Sean Connery dies aged 90

James Bond actor Sir Sean Connery, who played the role from 1962 until 1983, has died. Connery was 90. His acting career spanned decades and his many awards included an Oscar, two Bafta awards and three Golden Globes. Other notable films included The Hunt for Red October, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and The Rock. He was knighted by the Queen in 2000.

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American hostage rescued by US special forces in Nigeria

American hostage rescued by US special forces in Nigeria

A US hostage in Nigeria has been rescued by SEAL Team 6 in a daring raid. Philip Walton had been abducted on Monday from a village near the border with Nigeria. Walton had been living with his wife and child in the village of Massalata for two years. It’s unclear why Walton was targeted and who the armed group were. President Trump tweeted out a show of support, calling the operation a ’big win’.

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Facebook manually limited NY Post Hunter Biden story: Report

Facebook manually limited NY Post Hunter Biden story: Report

The Guardian, claiming access to leaked moderation guidelines, alleges that Facebook moderators had to manually intervene to suppress a New York Post story about Hunter Biden. As per the documents, Facebook fact-checkers manually added the article to its queue (rather than the AI fact-checking), and reduced distribution of the article for a short period while reviewing its contents.

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Trump claims doctors lie about COVID-19 death count for money

Trump claims doctors lie about COVID-19 death count for money

President Trump, speaking at a rally in Michigan on Friday, claimed that doctors are inflating the COVID-19 death count for monetary gain. ’Our doctors get more money if someone dies from Covid. So what they do is they say ’I’m sorry but everybody dies of Covid,’’ Trump said. The AMA, while not naming Trump, said such claims were ’malicious, outrageous, and completely misguided.’

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French priest attacked in Lyon

French priest attacked in Lyon

A Greek Orthodox priest has been shot and injured outside a church in Lyon, France, by an assailant who is on the run. The priest is being treated for life threatening injuries. According to police officials, the attacker was alone and fired from a hunting rifle. France is currently on high alert for terror attacks in response to the knifings that have taken place earlier on Thursday.

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2020 is the record year for Americans giving up their citizenship

2020 is the record year for Americans giving up their citizenship

According to a new research, 2020 is the record year for Americans giving up their citizenship. 6,045 Americans gave up their citizenship in the first nine months of 2020, a 234% increase on the same 9 months to in 2019. This is the highest year on record, with the previous highest being 5,411 cases in 2016. Americans are required to pay a $2,350 fee to renounce their citizenship.

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Joe Biden says Trump rallies spreading ’division and discord’

Joe Biden says Trump rallies spreading ’division and discord’

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has claimed that US President Donald Trump’s campaign rallies are spreading more than just COVID-19, and that they are responsible for spreading ’division and discord.’ In Iowa, Biden accused the US President of giving up on the fight against the coronavirus.

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Philippines orders evacuation as the strongest typhoon of 2020 approaches

Philippines orders evacuation as the strongest typhoon of 2020 approaches

Philippine officials on Saturday ordered an evacuation of thousands of residents in the southern part of the main Luzon island as a category 5 storm approaches the country. Typhoon Goni, with 133 miles sustained winds and gusts of up to 164 mph, will make landfall on Sunday. This is expected to be the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines since Haiyan that killed more than 6,300 people in 2014.

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Kyle Rittenhouse to be extradited to Wisconsin for trial

Kyle Rittenhouse to be extradited to Wisconsin for trial

Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17 year old charged with fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during a protest in Kenosha, will be tried in Wisconsin, a judge ruled on Friday. He has been charged with attempted intentional homicide, underage possession of firearms and first degree intentional homicide - the most serious of the charges - which could land him in prison.

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Trump takes lead in Florida

Trump takes lead in Florida

US President Donald Trump has taken the lead in Florida by over 2 percentage points according to a poll released by the Trafalgar Group. Of the respondents, 47.8% said they would vote for Trump if the election were held today and 45.7% said they would vote for Biden. Additionally, 1.8% said they are ’leaning Trump,’ while 1.2% said they are ’leaning Biden.’

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Third suspect in custody in deadly terror attack in French church

Third suspect in custody in deadly terror attack in French church

A third person was taken into custody in France in connection with the knife attack which left three dead in Nice on Thursday. No details of the suspect were released. Besides, the third victim has been named as Nadine Devillers, 60. The other two victims of the attack were Simone Barreto-Silva, 44, and Vincent Loques, 55.

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Unrest erupts in Vancouver over police shooting of Kevin Peterson Jr.

Unrest erupts in Vancouver over police shooting of Kevin Peterson Jr.

Tensions flared between left and right wing protesters following a vigil for Kevin Peterson Junior, a Black man who died after being shot by law enforcement officials in Vancouver. Hundreds of protesters proceeded to march through downtown Vancouver, shattering windows and burning flags. Authorities later ordered protesters to disperse.

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US early voting tops 82 million, continuing historic pace

US early voting tops 82 million, continuing historic pace

Over 82 million Americans have cast their ballots in the presidential election, a US Elections Project tally shows. This represents nearly 60% of all the votes cast in the 2016 election. Democrats enjoy a huge advantage in mail ballot requests, and mail ballot return rates. However, voters still haven’t returned nearly 37 million mail ballots. Republicans have a lead in the in-person early vote.

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UK to undergo new lockdown as coronavirus cases surge

UK to undergo new lockdown as coronavirus cases surge

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to hold a press conference anticipated to be the announcement of a new lockdown within the country. With COVID-19 cases on the rise, reports suggest the new lockdown could be over a month long. The U.K. is recording more than 20,000 new coronavirus cases a day and is likely to surpass 1 million confirmed cases since the outbreak began.

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2020 US election likely to be most bet on event in history

2020 US election likely to be most bet on event in history

With the US Presidential Elections drawing closer, a large number of Britons are betting on the likely outcomes of the election, with about $284 million already being wagered on the Betfair Exchange, the world’s largest online betting exchange. The amount of money bet on this year’s election has already shattered the previous record of the £199 million bet on the Trump-Clinton race four years ago.

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Death toll reaches 26 in Turkey-Greek quake

Death toll reaches 26 in Turkey-Greek quake

Rescuers continued a desperate search for survivors from a powerful earthquake that levelled buildings across Greece and Turkey, killing at least 26 people. The quake caused a mini-tsunami on the island of Samos. The 7.0 magnitude tremor hit off the Greek town of Karlovasi. Felt both in Istanbul and Athens, it also lead to a rare call of support between the leaders of the two rival nations.

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Michael Moore says he doesn’t believe in polls that show Biden ahead of Trump

Michael Moore says he doesn’t believe in polls that show Biden ahead of Trump

Filmmaker Michael Moore suggested that polls showing Joe Biden in a comfortable lead against President Donald Trump are inaccurate. During a TV appearance, he warned Trump’s votes are always undercounted. Moore – a well-known liberal – said, ’Trump has tightened virtually every one of these swing states to the point where – what are they saying this morning? ... Listen, don’t believe these polls.’

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Trump pressures Supreme Court not to allow ’ridiculous’ Biden win

Trump pressures Supreme Court not to allow ’ridiculous’ Biden win

Upset over the Supreme Court ruling that officials in Pennsylvania and North Carolina could count mail-in ballots after Election Day, President Trump tweeted complaining that this could hand a ’ridiculous’ victory to Joe Biden. Trump also warned that Biden would pack the Supreme Court with more ’Radical Left’ justices, a move that would ’destroy’ the court.

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Trump calls out Laura Ingraham for wearing a mask at his rally

Trump calls out Laura Ingraham for wearing a mask at his rally

US President Donald Trump called out Fox News host Laura Ingraham for wearing a mask at his campaign rally in Michigan. He then went on to tell the crowd that Ingraham was ’being very politically correct.’

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Sen. Perdue pulls out of final debate with Jon Ossoff

Sen. Perdue pulls out of final debate with Jon Ossoff

Georgia GOP Sen. David Perdue has refused to participate in the final debate with Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff, after the two traded barbs during their debate Wednesday. The debate saw the two attack each other over issues including COVID-19 and the Affordable Care Act. Ossoff called Perdue a ’crook’ over his stock trades, while Perdue suggested Ossoff was endorsed by the Communist Party.

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Exxon, Chevron post $887mn losses as pandemic pain remains

Exxon, Chevron post $887mn losses as pandemic pain remains

Exxon Mobil posted losses to the tune of $680mn in Q3 as pandemic curbed travel globally, cutting down demand for fuel. Revenue declined to $46.2bn, down from $65.05bn during the same quarter last year. The pandemic has hit the oil industry hard, which was already struggling with low prices and oversupply before the pandemic. The price of US crude has fallen 40% since beginning of the year.

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Thousands gather across the world to protest against Poland’s new abortion law

Thousands gather across the world to protest against Poland’s new abortion law

After a court ruling further restricted Poland’s abortion laws, thousands of protesters in various cities from across the globe have gathered over the past days in support of Poles who have taken to the streets in protest against the court ruling. Protesters have gathered outside the Polish embassy in cities like Oslo, London, Chicago, Glasgow, Brussels and elsewhere.

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Police union accused of using photo of toddler as ’propaganda’

Police union accused of using photo of toddler as ’propaganda’

The nation’s largest police union, the Fraternal Order of Police, has been accused of using a photo of a black toddler and an officer as ’propaganda.’ Attorneys representing the toddler’s family said that the officers removed the child from an SUV after throwing his mother, Rickia Young, and a 16-year-old relative out of the vehicle. The incident was filmed by people present in the nearby area.

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Tesla raises price of ’Full Self-Driving’ option to $10,000 from $8,000

Tesla raises price of ’Full Self-Driving’ option to $10,000 from $8,000

Tesla’s ’Full Self-Driving’ option, which currently has autopilot features, like changing lanes on highways and automatic parking, will now cost $10,000. This is a hike of $2,000 over the $8,000 beta. Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced this in a tweet in response to the launch of the Full Self-Driving beta to select customers. He said he expects ’wide release’ of Full Self-Driving before the year-end.

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Catholic faith guides policies around COVID, racism, poverty: Biden

Catholic faith guides policies around COVID, racism, poverty: Biden

Joe Biden attempted to raise attention towards the fact that he is Catholic, even as groups have knocked him on issues held near and dear to the faithful and opposed by the church. Issues surrounding religious freedom for nuns and abortion are particularly contentious topics. Biden wrote in an op-ed that his Catholic faith guides his policies around coronavirus, racism and ending poverty.

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