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Jagmeet Singh elected leader of Canada's NDP

Montreal, Canada – Jagmeet Singh has been elected the new leader of Canada’s New Democratic Party (NDP), a result the leftist party hopes will reinvigorate its support after a disappointing showing in the last federal election. Singh was elected with 53.6 ...

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Follow live: Broncos lead Raiders at home

first Quarter OAK DEN TD 8:11 A.J. Derby Pass From Trevor Siemian for 22 Yrds, B.McManus extra point is GOOD, Center-C.Kreiter, Holder-R.Dixon. 7 plays, 88 yards, 3:17 0 7 FG 1:13 Brandon McManus Made 28 Yrd Field Goal 8 plays, ...

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Tanzania: Government Mulls Over Universal Pension for Older Persons

[Daily News] AS Tanzania today joins the rest of the world to mark International Day of Older Persons, the government has directed all district authorities to make use of the day to provide the senior citizens with identification cards. AllAfrica ...

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What’s next for O.J. Simpson?

O.J. Simpson was granted parole Thursday after serving nearly nine years in prison for a 2007 armed robbery in Las Vegas. But the former NFL superstar and movie actor’s future outside of prison may not be so rosy. CNN.com – ...

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How Jagmeet Singh won the NDP leadership

Jagmeet Singh pulled off a suprise on Sunday by winning the NDP leadership on the first ballot, handily defeating his rivals in a performance matched only by past NDP stalwarts Tommy Douglas and Jack Layton. CBC | Canada News

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Trump says Puerto Rico relief effort 'under really great control,' dedicates golf trophy to victims

President Donald Trump says he’s dedicating the Presidents Cup golf trophy to the people of Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida still recovering from recent hurricane devastation. Trump also says of Puerto Rico: “We have it under really great control.” Earlier ...

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Protests in Anglophone Cameroon turn deadly

Soldiers have shot and killed at least seven people and wounded others in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions during protests by activists calling for its independence from the majority-Francophone country, according to official and witnesses. Sunday’s demonstrations – timed to take place ...

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Stephon Gilmore, Patriots' secondary fizzle out in loss

6:03 PM ET FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The secondary was supposed to be the strength of the New England Patriots’ defense, but one-quarter into the 2017 season, it has been anything but. The secondary and its communication breakdowns are a growing ...

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