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Brazil's Temer says government not considering privatising Petrobras

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Brazil's Temer says government not considering privatising Petrobras


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'Divisive Politics Ruining India's Reputation Abroad', Says Rahul Gandhi In US

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'Divisive Politics Ruining India's Reputation Abroad', Says Rahul Gandhi In US


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Record drug bust in NYC yields enough fentanyl to kill 32 million people 

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Record drug bust in NYC yields enough fentanyl to kill 32 million people 


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Young girl hospitalized by 105 mph foul at Yankee Stadium

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Young girl hospitalized by 105 mph foul at Yankee Stadium


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Gregorius tops Jeter HR total, Yankees top Twins for sweep

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Gregorius tops Jeter HR total, Yankees top Twins for sweep


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Young girl injured by foul ball at Yankee Stadium

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Young girl injured by foul ball at Yankee Stadium


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Dog that disappeared in Florida in 2016 is found in New York

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Dog that disappeared in Florida in 2016 is found in New York


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  • 'No One Nation' Can Confront Global Development Challenges
    'No One Nation' Can Confront Global Development Challenges

    , independent.co.ug

    New York, United States | AFP | Former U.S. President Barack Obama said nations must cooperate to confront some of world’s most pressing challenges, including climate change , poverty, disease, and discrimination. “The biggest problems we confront—no one nation is going to be able to solve on its own—not even the United States of America,” Obama said before an international summit organized on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly
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    Places: Uganda |  North America |  United States |  New York | 

Politics & Government

  • US considers resuming Egypt military aid: Trump
    US considers resuming Egypt military aid: Trump

    , gulfnews.com

    New York: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday signalled he would consider resuming military aid to Egypt which had been frozen because of concerns over its human rights record. “We’re going to certainly consider it,” Trump said as he met President Abdul Fattah Al Sissi on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York. Egypt had been furious over the US decision to freeze $195 million (Dh716 million) in military aid in response to Egypt’s poor record on democracy and civil liberties
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Sports

  • Toddler hit by baseball during Major League game
    Toddler hit by baseball during Major League game

    , gulfnews.com

    New York: A toddler was hospitalised on Wednesday after being struck by a foul ball as the New York Yankees faced the Minnesota Twins at Yankee Stadium. Play was held up for several minutes after Todd Frazier’s hit flew down the third-base line and into the crowd, striking the young girl. The girl was given first aid at the stadium before being taken to an area hospital, the Yankees said in a statement
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Business

  • Albertsons buys New York-based boxed meal service, will sell kits in its stores
    Albertsons buys New York-based boxed meal service, will sell kits in its stores

    , idahostatesman.com

    Albertsons will enter the subscription meal service market with its purchase of New York City-based Plated. Plated offers subscribers ingredients and recipes for a variety of meals. it’s believed to be among the five largest meal-kit providers, a field that includes companies like and . With the acquisition, Plated kits will continue to be available online but will also be sold at many grocery stores operated by the company, officials told the Statesman
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Health

  • Obama: 'Aggravating' to see GOP attempt to dismantle health care law
    Obama: 'Aggravating' to see GOP attempt to dismantle health care law

    , ketv.com

    The former president discussed a bevy of topics at a New York City event. . . Obama: 'Aggravating' to see GOP attempt to dismantle health care law The former president discussed a bevy of topics at a New York City event Obama: 'Aggravating' to see GOP attempt to dismantle health care law The former president discussed a bevy of topics at a New York City event NEW YORK (CNN) — Former President Barack Obama said Wednesday there are no practical benefits to a bill Republicans are considering to replace the Affordable Care Act
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Society & Culture

  • Lillian Ross, New Yorker journalist who helped create the nonfiction novel, dies at 99
    Lillian Ross, New Yorker journalist who helped create the nonfiction novel, dies at 99

    , washingtonpost.com

    Lillian Ross, whose innovative journalism appeared in the New Yorker magazine for eight consecutive decades, and whose profiles and articles were considered forebears of both the nonfiction novel and unsparing modern celebrity profile, died Sept. 20 at a Manhattan hospital. She was 99. The cause was a stroke, said her longtime New Yorker editor, Susan Morrison. Ms. Ross began working at the New Yorker in 1945, when the weekly magazine was guided by its founding editor, Harold Ross (no relation), and teemed with a dazzling array of literary talent, including Janet Flanner, A
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    Categories: Entertainment & Arts |  Society & Culture | 
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Entertainment & Arts

  • Lillian Ross, New Yorker journalist who helped create the nonfiction novel, dies at 99
    Lillian Ross, New Yorker journalist who helped create the nonfiction novel, dies at 99

    , washingtonpost.com

    Lillian Ross, whose innovative journalism appeared in the New Yorker magazine for eight consecutive decades, and whose profiles and articles were considered forebears of both the nonfiction novel and unsparing modern celebrity profile, died Sept. 20 at a Manhattan hospital. She was 99. The cause was a stroke, said her longtime New Yorker editor, Susan Morrison. Ms. Ross began working at the New Yorker in 1945, when the weekly magazine was guided by its founding editor, Harold Ross (no relation), and teemed with a dazzling array of literary talent, including Janet Flanner, A
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    Categories: Entertainment & Arts |  Society & Culture | 
    Tags: Celebrities |  Death & Dying |  Obituary |  Celeb profiles | 

Law & Crime

  • Trump to ‘consider’ resuming military aid to Egypt
    Trump to ‘consider’ resuming military aid to Egypt

    , timesofisrael.com

    NEW YORK — US President Donald Trump on Wednesday signaled he would consider resuming military aid to Egypt which had been frozen because of concerns over its human rights record. “We’re going to certainly consider it,” Trump said as he met President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York. Egypt had been furious over the US decision to freeze $195 million in military aid in response to Egypt’s poor record on democracy and civil liberties
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