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October, 22, 2016

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Homegrown fashion industry bursts onto scene in Cuba
Like so much else in Cuba, shopping for clothes isn't easy.
At least 25 inmates died Sunday in clashes between two rival factions in a prison in far northern Brazil, the latest episode of violence shaking the country's underfunded and overcrowded prison system.
Donald Trump's top supporters are racing to explain that what Trump said or tweeted isn't what he meant -- especially on his claim without evidence that the Nov. 8 presidential election is "rigged" in Democrat Hillary Clinton's favor.
Iraqi forces launch military push to drive IS from Mosul
Iraqi government and Kurdish forces, backed by U.S.-led coalition air and ground support, launched coordinated military operations early on Monday as the long-awaited fight to wrest the northern city of Mosul from Islamic State fighters got underway.
Pope raises 'gaucho priest' and six others to sainthood
Pope Francis proclaimed seven new saints on Sunday, including Argentina's "gaucho priest" who served as an inspiration for the pontiff, and two people who died for their faith.
UN chief gets glimpse of Haiti devastation
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited victims of devastating Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, saying the destruction wrought by the storm was "heartbreaking," and he renewed a pledge to help the nation cope with a deadly scourge of cholera that was introduced by U.N. peacekeepers.
Britons commemorate 950th Battle of Hastings anniversary
Thousands of history buffs, many in full costume, marked the 950th anniversary of the 1066 Battle of Hastings with a dramatic reenactment Saturday that commemorated one of the most important events in British history.
Fearing attacks, Montenegro arrests 20 Serbs
Police in Montenegro have arrested 20 Serbs suspecting of planning politically motivated armed attacks amid a parliamentary election Sunday that could determine whether the small Balkan state continues on its Western course or turns back to traditional ally Russia.
Transcripts show Clinton treading lightly with Wall Street
Hillary Clinton generally avoided direct criticism of Wall Street as she examined the causes and responses to the financial meltdown during a series of paid speeches to Goldman Sachs, according to transcripts disclosed by WikiLeaks.
Singing in the rain at send-off for Italy's Dario Fo
The funeral cortege wound its way in heavy rain from the Piccolo Teatro Strehler where Fo's coffin had been lying in state, with mourners singing political ballads in honour of the left-winger, who died on Thursday aged 80.
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