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The World Bank on Tuesday released its latest Doing Business report , which placed the Philippines in 113th place out of 190 economies, down 14 notches from past year. The Philippines ranked ahead only of Cambodia (135th), Laos (141st), Myanmar (171st) and Timor-Leste (178th). Ghana ranked 131 in "Dealing with Construction Permits" and scored a DTF of 61.90, additionally, ranking for "Getting Electricity" stood at 136 and DTF 56.81.
  • Student put body fluids on roommate's belongings

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    She said she wanted her former roommate to be charged, and that she felt race was a factor. "Because this, as far as I'm concerned, we have internal things to settle, be very careful what you say". "Finally did it yo girl got rid of her roommate!", Brochu wrote in the posting, according to the report. Brochu told police that she put her bodily fluids on her Rowe's backpack and licked her roommate's plate, fork, and spoon due to her supposedly rude behavior.
  • Comey's New Book Title Takes Clear Aim At Trump

    Comey's New Book Title Takes Clear Aim At Trump

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    Comey refused, promising Trump only that "You will always get honesty from me". Axios first reported the new title of Comey's book and the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director tweeted out the article, saying "Lordy I hope there are pictures", a nostalgic reference to comments he made during his testimony before the Senate.
  • Former DNC chair reveals Clinton controlled party finances before winning nomination

    Former DNC chair reveals Clinton controlled party finances before winning nomination

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    Brazile resigned as a CNN contributor in late October 2016 after WikiLeaks released an email showing that she'd received advance questions before a town hall event and gave them to Clinton's campaign. Brazile says she was in the dark about the committee's financial situation when she took over as interim chair. Meantime, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz wasn't doing great at raising money either and was overspending.
  • Justice Department reportedly considers charging Russian officials in DNC hacking

    Justice Department reportedly considers charging Russian officials in DNC hacking

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    Trump has called the claims of Russian DNC hacking "a big Dem scam and excuse for losing the election". The U.S. intelligence community's January assessment that the Kremlin "ordered an influence campaign" aimed at disrupting the 2016 race offered little detail on how intelligence agencies reached that determination and did not identify any specific actors involved.
  • Kidnapping Victim Escapes From Car Trunk When Abductor Stops At Gas Station

    Kidnapping Victim Escapes From Car Trunk When Abductor Stops At Gas Station

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    Surveillance video from a gas station in Clinton shows the suspect pulling up to the gas pump and walking away from the vehicle. Police said he threatened to stab the victim while driving. When he pulled into the gas station, she managed to make her escape. Wyatt is in the Chilton County jail charged with possession of marijuana. Shearon said deputies were performing extra patrol duties in the area of County Road 425, in the Fairview Community, when they found a person sleeping inside the ...
  • North Korea issued DIRE warning from NATO: 'We CAN counter threat'

    North Korea issued DIRE warning from NATO: 'We CAN counter threat'

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    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stressed Wednesday that pressure should be increased on North Korea to convince it to begin talks on ending its nuclear and missile programs. Political analysts saw the move as an attempt to win a new public mandate and re-establish his hold on power after a plunge in approval ratings during the summer.
  • Police Arrest Suspect in Fatal Colorado Walmart Shooting

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    Anyone who knows anything about the shooting should contact police at 720-977-5069. They are still interviewing hundreds of witnesses and going through surveillance video. He said at this point, customers started screaming and running for the exits. "Here's Las Vegas happening in Colorado - at that moment all I could think about was my life".
  • Third victim dies in Thornton Walmart shooting

    Third victim dies in Thornton Walmart shooting

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    No one had been taken into custody, police said. Police asked that people stay away from the area. A call to the Thornton Police Department went unanswered. "The employees started screaming and the customers started screaming" as people began to flee the store, he recounted. "Customers were screaming. They were running like insane, and I ran out too because I didn't want to get killed", he said.
  • More than 37.8M fire extinguishers manufactured in NC recalled

    More than 37.8M fire extinguishers manufactured in NC recalled

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    The recall involves 134 models of Kidde fire extinguishers that were manufactured between January 1, 1973 and August 15, 2017, including models previously recalled in March 2009 and February 2015 . There have been 391 reports of failed or limited activation or nozzle detachment. A 2014 death from a vehicle fire has been blamed on a defective fire extinguisher.
  • British police request extradition of Manchester bomber's brother from Libya

    British police request extradition of Manchester bomber's brother from Libya

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    The brother of Manchester Arena suicide bomber Salman Abedi could be extradited to the United Kingdom from Libya in a bid to get justice for those injured and killed at an Ariana Grande concert on May 22 this year. Manchester police did not provide details on whether the duo had been continuously held since May, or whether they had been released and subsequently detained.
  • Hillary Cops to Funding Dossier, But Deflects to Russia Probe

    Hillary Cops to Funding Dossier, But Deflects to Russia Probe

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    The Washington Post first reported last Tuesday that the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign later retained Fusion GPS to conduct research. In her book What Happened , Clinton accused the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director of "shivving" her over the emails and causing a drop in the polls.
  • Palestinians protest in West Bank, Gaza against Balfour Declaration

    Palestinians protest in West Bank, Gaza against Balfour Declaration

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    The protesters, who included students, representatives of political factions, civil society figures, scouts and Palestinian security personnel, waved Palestine and black flags and called on the United Kingdom to apologize to the Palestinian people for the suffering they have experienced as a result of the declaration.
  • On Not Being Scared of a Halloween Attack

    On Not Being Scared of a Halloween Attack

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    But the raucous spectacle rolled along with its floats and bands, with thousands of spectators turning out. A 23-year-old New Yorker attending the event said she was not going to let the terrorist attack scare her. Less than two hours after delivering updates in a news conference, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo greeted revelers side by side at the parade.
  • The word of the year has been announced

    The word of the year has been announced

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    Defined as " false, often sensational, information disseminated under the guise of news reporting ", the phrase " fake news " will now be added to the next print edition of the Collins English Dictionary. It follows last year's definitive word, "Brexit", which saw an unprecedented increase in use of more than 3,400 percent during last year's referendum.
  • New York Truck Attack Suspect 'Enemy Combatant' - White House

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    The American Urban Radio Networks reporter didn't mince words when she asked White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders , outright, whether or not the White House supported slavery during a heated press conference on Wednesday. "They'll go through court for years", he said. Sanders was twice asked about that statement during Wednesday's press briefing. She said Trump had only "voiced his frustration" with the process.