Wednesday, 18 October 2017  
Somalis march in defiance after attack


Thousands of Somalis are demonstrating against those behind bombings that killed more than 300 people, defying police who opened fire to keep them away from the site where their loved-ones were killed.

May, Clinton to discuss N.Ireland crisis


British Prime Minister Theresa May is due to meet former US President Bill Clinton to discuss the political crisis in Northern Ireland.

ďż˝Four Brits kidnapped in Nigeria’s Delta
�Portuguese MP quits over 106 fire deaths
�Plague outbreak ruled out in Seychelles
�Twitter toughens guidelines on harassment
ďż˝Comey planned Clinton’s exoneration: Trump
�Trump disputes fallen soldier story
�Toxic fumes force EU summit venue switch
�Australia grilled on human rights by UN
Diabetes Technology Moves Closer To Making Life Easier For Patients


While the technology is moving rapidly, insurance, regulatory, and supply challenges make it harder for patients to quickly access the latest medical advances to manage their condition.

Sessions tells senators he urged Comey firing


Attorney General Jeff Sessions is strongly defending President Donald Trump's firing of James Comey, linking the FBI director's abrupt dismissal to his handling of the Hillary Clinton email server investigation. (Oct. 18)

�Utah school investigating after girls caught on video chanting racist slur
�Google pop-up store opens in New York in time for holidays
�Trump denies account of his remarks to widow
�George Soros used $18 billion to create a massive charity
�Trump rejects account of fallen phone call
�Manhunt underway after 3 killed, 2 wounded in Maryland shooting rampage
�Activists want classes canceled ahead of Richard Spencer's Florida visit
�Manhunt in Maryland Workplace Shooting

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