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Sinn Fein Says Deal Can Be Done By End Oct. To Restore Northern Ireland Power-Sharing

Michelle ONeill leader of Sinn Fein in Northern Ireland attends a fringe event at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester Britain October 3 2017

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Sinn Fein’s Northern Ireland leader Michelle O‘Neill said she believes a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) can be done by the end of October to restore the region’s power-sharing government.

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Four Killed As Militants Attack Airport Security Camp In Indian-Controlled Kashmir

SRINAGAR - Indian police on Tuesday killed three suspected militants in army uniforms after they infiltrated a security camp beside the main airport in the disputed region of Kashmir, officials said, an assault claimed by an Islamist group.

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In Latest Twist In Japan Election Drama, Tokyo's Koike Says Won't Seek Seat

Yuriko Koike

TOKYO - Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, whose new party is challenging Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling bloc in the Oct. 22 national election, said she would “100 percent” not run in the poll, the latest twist in a drama giving voters whiplash.

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Asians To Become New Zealand's Fastest Growing Ethnicity: Statistics

WELLINGTON, Oct 3 -- The Asian ethnic group in New Zealand will increase the most between 2013 and 2038, from 540,000 to 1.2-1.4 million, New Zealand's statistics department Stats NZ said on Tuesday, China's Xinhua news agency reported.

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Saudi King’s Visit To Russia Has Historic Character, Says Expert

Oleg Ozerov

MOSCOW, Oct 3 -- The forthcoming visit to Russia by King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia is a truly historic event for Russian-Saudi bilateral relations, said former Russian Ambassador in Riyadh Oleg Ozerov, who is currently a deputy director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s African department on Monday, Russia's TASS News Agency reported.

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Japan Accepts 3 Refugees In First Half Of 2017, Despite Record Asylum Seekers

Filepic: ReutersTOKYO: Japan accepted just three refugees in the first half of 2017 despite receiving a record 8,561 fresh asylum applications, the government said on Tuesday, highlighting the nation’s reluctance to accept foreigners.

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Rohingya Refugees Doubt Myanmar's Assurances On Going Home

Pic: ReutersCOX‘S BAZAR, BANGLADESH: Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh were sceptical on Tuesday about their chances of ever going home to Myanmar, even though the government there has given an assurance it would accept people verified as refugees.

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Indonesian App Developer Creates A Polygamy-Friendly Dating App

While some hopeful romantics are turning to Tinder to find their soulmate, a 37-year-old Indonesian app developer has created a polygamy-friendly dating app after he noticed the gap that exists for men who are looking to take on a second, third or fourth wife.

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US To Require Cuba To Cut Embassy Staff In Washington By 60 Per Cent - Report

WASHINGTON -- The US government was preparing to ask Cuba to cut its embassy staff in Washington by 60 per cent, China’s Xinhua news agency reported citing the local media on Monday.

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Father Of Las Vegas Shooter Was On FBI’s Most Wanted List In The 60s

The father of the perpetrator behind Sunday night’s gruesome massacre in Las Vegas was revealed to have been on the FBI’s 10 most-wanted fugitives in 1968 after the convicted felon escaped from a Texas prison in the same year.

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