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With the voting results released by the Ontario Labour Relations Board, that could have ended the faculty strike, now entering in its fifth week, I have to say that I am very disappointed with the faculty's rejection of management's offer. "We will not speculate (on that possibility)". "Calling for this vote was a bully move by Council", he said. "I'm looking for the best ideas about how to make sure this reinvestment directly benefits students who have faced hardship".
  • Large quake near Iran, Iraq border

    Large quake near Iran, Iraq border

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    At least eight villages were damaged in Iran after the natural disaster Iran's state TV reported. Scores of people were injured in the border city of Qasr-e Shirin in Iran, state TV reported. The extent of damage and casualties remain to be seen. Residents of the northern Iraqi city of Erbil in the street after the quake hit. Iran's semi-official Iranian ILNA news agency says at least 14 Iranian provinces were affected.
  • Republican Senate Fundraising Arm Bails on Roy Moore

    Republican Senate Fundraising Arm Bails on Roy Moore

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    Steve Bannon , the former White House chief strategist who backed Moore's candidacy, condemned the Washington Post as part of the "opposition party" after it made the allegations public. His campaign denied the report as "the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation". I strongly urge the Washington Post , and everyone involved, to tell the truth.
  • Hurt After Car Deliberately Rams People in Southern France

    Hurt After Car Deliberately Rams People in Southern France

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    According to reports the driver has a history of mental illness including acute schizophrenia. The 28-year-old driver of the vehicle, who was known to police for committing minor offences, has reportedly been detained. He was known to the police but not to terrorist affairs. The driver attempted to drive off but was stopped by police and arrested straight away. Paul, a communications student at IGS Campus, told La Depeche: "I was in class and I heard sirens".
  • Saudi Arabia Is Now At War With Iran on Four Fronts

    Saudi Arabia Is Now At War With Iran on Four Fronts

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    The international organization's presence in Lebanon include the Office of the UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon (UNSCOL) who serves as the secretary-general's representative to the Lebanese Government, all political parties and the diplomatic community based in the country, and works on behalf of the UN chief to assist Lebanese parties to reach peaceful and consensus based solutions to contentious issues.
  • Pentagon: Ground Invasion the Only Way to Destroy North Korea Nukes

    Pentagon: Ground Invasion the Only Way to Destroy North Korea Nukes

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    The president joined Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Japan on Sunday and Monday, enjoying a casual burger lunch and golf - and discussing the nuclear crisis. troops participating in the war. Trump wants South Korea to pay more for the USA military presence on its soil, which is chiefly aimed at deterring potential aggression from North Korea .
  • Carter Page met with Russian official during 2016 trip to Moscow

    Carter Page met with Russian official during 2016 trip to Moscow

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    The trip was "completely unrelated to my limited volunteer role with the campaign and as I've done dozens of times throughout my life". Democrats on the Senate intelligence and judiciary committees are interested in formally asking Sessions to clarify his testimony, according to a Senate aide.
  • Loud explosion heard near Riyadh airport

    Loud explosion heard near Riyadh airport

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    The missile was destroyed near Riyadh's King Khaled International Airport, which was functioning normally, it added. The attack came after the Houthi militia failed to launch a missile at Saudi Arabia on October 30. Unconfirmed footage uploaded to Twitter appeared to show a volley of at least three missiles being fired from the ground at an undetermined location in Riyadh.
  • Bills trade picks to Panthers for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin

    Bills trade picks to Panthers for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin

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    That's because the Buffalo Bills are acquiring WR Kelvin Benjamin from the Carolina Panthers. At 5-2, the Bills see a real shot at making the playoffs for the first time in 17 years (the longest current postseason drought of any National Football League team) and, though Benjamin won't get a lot of separation, he's on his way to another 1,000-yard season.
  • Under high wind warning; flash floods, damage possible

    Under high wind warning; flash floods, damage possible

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    We will have continuous updates on the storm's track and impacts through the weekend. A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for all of CT and is valid through Monday morning. Officials advise staying inside during high wind warnings. The flash flood warning is in effect from noon on Sunday through the evening. Sunday: Cloudy with showers developing.
  • 10-year-old boy charged after police led on 100mph auto chase

    10-year-old boy charged after police led on 100mph auto chase

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    Once officers began to chase the young driver, speeds of more than 100 miles per hour were reported. At one point during the call, the mother told the dispatcher she was anxious her son would get into an accident. The chase ended at 9:49 a.m., about one hour after he took off. His mother arrived at the scene shortly after the crash. No one was injured during the incident.
  • Kashmiris observe black day against Indian occupation

    Kashmiris observe black day against Indian occupation

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    She said a peaceful settlement of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions is also a pre-requisite for lasting peace and stability in South Asia. A new wave of state terrorism engulfed the Kashmiris, especially women when incidents of braid chopping started happening in the valley. He added, "This support will continue till the realisation of the lawful right to self-determination of the people of Jammu and Kashmir".
  • Pakistan opposes US-India Armed Drones Agreement

    Pakistan opposes US-India Armed Drones Agreement

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    Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khwaja Muhammad Asif has plugged triumphalism a bit too much after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's visit to Islamabad , telling the Senate he has told the Americans to get lost, thus inviting doubt over the "good news" that Pakistan finally has a foreign minister.
  • Australian Deputy PM, 5 parliamentarian disqualified over dual nationality

    Australian Deputy PM, 5 parliamentarian disqualified over dual nationality

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    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has also been among those to previously assure the Australian people that Joyce is "qualified to sit in the house and the High Court will so hold". He was born to Cypriot- and Greek-born parents and checked with both embassies to ensure he wasn't a citizen of those countries. Contentious decisions made by ineligible ministers could be challenged in the courts.
  • Demonetisation: Nov 8 is 'anti black money day'

    Demonetisation: Nov 8 is 'anti black money day'

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    When the NDA government came to power (May 2014), Prime Minister Narendra Modi took steps to minimise and end it. "The step that the finance minister has announced yesterday will certainly boost demand and investment as well as strengthen the banking system", Jalan told PTI in an interview.
  • James Comey confirms Twitter account that was anonymous

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    On the road home". The post shows Comey standing in the middle of a country road, "Gotta get back to writing. Will try to tweet in useful ways", tweeted Comey, who has a book deal with Flatiron Books. That same day, Comey's close friend, Benjamin Wittes, laid to rest any remaining speculation by confirming that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief was the account owner.
  • I have not called for demos on Election Day, Raila

    I have not called for demos on Election Day, Raila

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    The country's Supreme Court is still hearing several cases challenging the legality of Thursday's poll or Odinga's withdrawal. Opposition leader Raila Odinga, who withdrew his candidacy from the re-run, called on his supporters to protest what they perceive are ongoing problems with the election commission.
  • London introduces charge on most polluting vehicles

    London introduces charge on most polluting vehicles

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    Speaking to Sky News , Khan said: "We don't make a profit from the T-charge - it's costing us". It will take the fee for pre-2006 vehicles entering London to 21.50 pounds (28.4 US dollars), costing some drivers who commute into London by vehicle more than 100 pounds a week (142 USA dollars).
  • Texas town offers hurricane relief, but only with a political promise

    Texas town offers hurricane relief, but only with a political promise

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    The city began accepting applications October 11 for grants to rebuild homes or businesses damaged in the storm that made landfall August 25. "The First Amendment protects Americans" right to boycott, and the government can not condition hurricane relief or any other public benefit on a commitment to refrain from protected political expression", ACLU of Texas Legal Director Andre Segura said in a statement .
  • Egyptian police officers killed in shootout with militants

    Egyptian police officers killed in shootout with militants

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    The source said the situation was made worse as the militants were more familiar with the area, while the commanding officer was unable to call for land and air reinforcements due to poor telecommunications in the desert. The fighters also used explosive devices in the attack, the sources said, adding that 16 officers died in the shoot-out and the number was expected to rise.
  • Trump to release remaining secret JFK files

    Trump to release remaining secret JFK files

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    Politico magazine earlier quoted Trump administration and other US government officials as saying the president would nearly certainly block the release of information from some of the thousands of classified files, which the US National Archives is scheduled to make public by an October 26 deadline.
  • Spain to dismiss Catalonia's government, call elections

    Spain to dismiss Catalonia's government, call elections

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    Rajoy could force the removal of Catalan officials and call early regional elections for as soon as January. He said a new regional election in Catalonia should be held in the next six months. Activist organizations ANC and Omnium have called on their supporters to rally at 1500 GMT in Barcelona, the region's principal city, in protest at the jailing of their leaders over sedition accusations.