• The People Behind Infamous Are Making A Samurai Game
The People Behind Infamous Are Making A Samurai Game

In Ghost of Tsushima , players assume the role of Jin, who is one of the last surviving samurais and must "rise from the ashes to fight back". But, honorable tactics won't lead you to victory. Aside from a title and setting, details of the new game were pretty scarce. It looks sublime, with a luscious rendering of feudal Japan, replete with pago...

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  • Puerto Rico Cancels Controversial Contract With Whitefish Energy
Puerto Rico Cancels Controversial Contract With Whitefish Energy

Then on Sunday, Governor Ricardo Rosselló cut to the chase and announced that he wanted the contract canceled and Zinke's neighbor on the next flight back to Montana. The FBI is looking into a $300 million deal that Puerto Rico's government power company signed with a small Montana-based firm to fix the island's electrical grid after it was dec...

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  • Prominent Donald Trump ally Roger Stone suspended from Twitter
Prominent Donald Trump ally Roger Stone suspended from Twitter

Stone's outburst came just as sources confirmed Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed his first charges in the investigation into whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation to swing the 2016 election. It's not the first time that Stone, a political operative for the Republican party since his work with Richard M. Nixon's Comm...

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  • Calls for charges against Catalan leaders
Calls for charges against Catalan leaders

He didn't specify if those would include their immediate arrest and detention before trial. The crimes can be punished, respectively, with up to 30, 15 and six years in prison under Spanish laws. He said one lawsuit seeks charges for ousted Catalan officials in the country's National Court. 'So I have no idea, really. "What I really think is th...

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  • Kurdish President Offers to Step Down
Kurdish President Offers to Step Down

He asked lawmakers to dissolve the position of the president and distribute its duties among the Kurdish prime minister, parliament and the judiciary. As members of the parliament debated whether to approve Mr Barzani's request, men armed with sticks stormed the building in Irbil where they were meeting.

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  • Danish inventor admits to dismembering journalist, denies murder
Danish inventor admits to dismembering journalist, denies murder

Danish police said in a statement that he also admitted dumping her body parts in the sea. An examination of Wall's torso revealed wounds to her genitals and ribcage that were believed to have been caused during her death or shortly after.

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  • SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Set To Launch Today From Cape Canaveral
SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Set To Launch Today From Cape Canaveral

The Falcon 9 second stage, meanwhile, continued powering Koreasat-5A to a distant geostationary transfer orbit , eventually deploying the satellite 35.5 minutes after liftoff. So far this year, the company has launched dozens of modernized communications satellites to cover North America and the Caribbean, Taiwan, Japan , Bulgaria and beyond.

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  • Constitution bench to hear Aadhaar pleas in end-November
Constitution bench to hear Aadhaar pleas in end-November

The apex court was told by the Centre on October 25 the deadline for mandatory linking of Aadhaar to avail the benefits of the government schemes has been extended till March 31 next year. The Centre, however, said that the deadline extension is valid only for those who do not have their Aadhaar numbers yet and were willing to get them.

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  • Court blocks Donald Trump's transgender army ban
Court blocks Donald Trump's transgender army ban

Kollar-Kotelly determined that part of the ban - prohibiting taxpayer money from being used to fund gender reassignment surgeries - could stay. Kollar-Kotelly noted that, before issuing the directive, Trump had tweeted that "the United States government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the USA milit...

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  • 'Silk Road' rail links China and Europe
'Silk Road' rail links China and Europe

The Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway is of great importance for the full realization of transit, transport and logistics potential of the whole region, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev has said at the BTK railway's official opening ceremony in Baku.

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  • Israeli Gold Medal Winner Sings Hatikva on His Own in Abu Dhabi
Israeli Gold Medal Winner Sings Hatikva on His Own in Abu Dhabi

Israeli judoka Or (Ori) Sasson defeated Belgium's Benjamin Harmegnies on Saturday to add a judo Grand Slam bronze medal to his growing trophy collection. In the same Olympics, a Saudi woman Judo competitor pulled out of the first round of competition to avoid fighting an Israeli in the next round. Earlier this month, Israeli team members were...

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  • Shanshan Feng takes Sime Darby LPGA lead after Kim penalized
Shanshan Feng takes Sime Darby LPGA lead after Kim penalized

There was one weather delay of more than an hour as thunder and lightning cropped up as the lead group was making the turn. World No 8 Ko was 11-under par for the tournament overall, carding earlier rounds of 64, 72 and 70, finishing in a two-way share of 11th place with Madelene Sagstrom of Sweden.

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  • Allegation against Ahmed Patel is BJP's cheap politics: Chennithala
Allegation against Ahmed Patel is BJP's cheap politics: Chennithala

Chief minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday said it was Patidar leader and PAAS convener Hardik Patel who needs to clear his stand on the demand of OBC reservation for Patidars. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani demanded resignation of Congress veteran Ahmed Patel from the Rajya Sabha on Friday alleging him to have link with a suspected IS terroris...

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  • Meet the 'Pidi' behind Rahul Gandhi's increasing social media popularity
Meet the 'Pidi' behind Rahul Gandhi's increasing social media popularity

Recently, Rahul Gandhi has changed his political approach towards his opponents by attacking them in a witty way over twitter and during his speeches. Now, Rahul has hit back with sarcasm and humour to take on the "Doubting Thomases" by posting a video of his pet "Pidi", a puppy, and holding it responsible for all the tweets from his handle.

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  • Hamas security chief hurt in Gaza 'assassination bid'
Hamas security chief hurt in Gaza 'assassination bid'

Abu Naim said a November 1 deadline for Hamas to hand over border crossings to the Palestinian Authority would be adhered to. "Yet another terror tunnel under an UNRWA schoolyard". The statements denounced the violation of neutrality of the UNRWA establishments in Gaza that puts beneficiaries and staff at risk. Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorist org...

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  • U.S. 'discouraging' Greater Jerusalem bill, senior official says
U.S. 'discouraging' Greater Jerusalem bill, senior official says

The law stops short of annexing West Bank territory to Israel, and its practical implications are unclear. Israeli media reports said the USA ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, had conveyed misgivings about the legislation, under which the large Maale Adumim and Beitar Illit settlements would become part of a Greater Jerusalem municipality.

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  • USA service member killed, 6 injured in Afghanistan helicopter crash
USA service member killed, 6 injured in Afghanistan helicopter crash

Six other United States crew members were injured in the crash in Afghanistan's Logar province, according to a statement from the NATO-led coalition in that country, Operation Resolute Support. The NATO coalition then released the statement a few hours later to set the record straight. Both the Taliban and ISIS operate in Afghanistan and ...

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

His mother's boyfriend later told police that the 10-year-old stole the auto while his sister was showering. She chased her son, who drove about 96 miles per hour, on I-90 through Cuyahoga, Lake and Erie counties, police and state troopers said.

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  • IAEA's Amano, Iran's nuclear chief hold talks in Tehran
IAEA's Amano, Iran's nuclear chief hold talks in Tehran

Delivering a speech in the Iranian parliament, Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that Tehran's missile program is in compliance with all global regulations and does not violate UNSC resolution 2231, which endorses the JCPOA. The IAEA is in charge of monitoring restrictions on Iran's nuclear program under the nuclear agreement. He made the remarks during...

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  • Military investigating whether two Navy SEALs murdered a Green Beret
Military investigating whether two Navy SEALs murdered a Green Beret

Melgar shared housing with Special Operations forces assigned to Mali to help with training counterterrorism, the Times reported. Ed Buice , a spokesman for NCIS, confirmed its role in the probe, saying the agency took over for the Army's Criminal Investigative Division in late-September.

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