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Germany president: Steinmeier chosen by lawmakers -

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State Dept reverses revocation of 60K visas -

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Trump immigration curbs cause worldwide chaos, panic, anger -

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Serena Williams beats Venus Williams to set Grand Slam record -

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Brazil vs South Africa,Mexico vs Germany,Portugal vs Argentina -

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Pennsylvania poll: Clinton up by 9 points -

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The news!

QCLOGO NEWS Reuters) – The New York Times reported on Saturday that the United States and Iran have agreed in principle to hold one-on-one negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program but the White House quickly denied that any talks had been set. (CNN) – New polls of the two largest battlegrounds in the race for the White House show a close contest following the second presidential debate. In Florida, where there are 29 electoral votes, 48% of likely voters said they back GOP challenger Mitt Romney, and 45% said they support President Barack Obama, according to a Fox News poll of likely voters. Those…

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Beirut intelligence official assassinated in car bomb

Head of Saad October 19, 2012 —A prominent Lebanese security official is among the dead in a car bombing in the capital Beirut that has killed at least eight people and wounded up to 80 others. Wissam al-Hassan, intelligence chief of the Internal Security Forces (ISF), was the brain behind uncovering a recent bomb plot that led to the arrest of Michel Samaha, a Lebanese politician close to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who has been accused of trying to help smuggle explosives into Lebanon. The ISF was also deeply involved in seeking the arrest of those responsible for a host of attacks and assassinations…

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Women back up in 12 key swing states

BBC October 18, 2012 According to the findings of a survey conducted on Oct 5-11 by USA Today/Gallup, women in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin prefer  President Obama over  Governor Romney on  most social and economic issues. In contrast, men in those states have a positive attitude toward Gov. Romney on issues they are concerned about. Here is one example:   As you can see the survey was conducted after the first debate and before the second one. Obviously, women and men appear to see things different. Also, they have…

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No foreign “interference” in Afghan election?

Afghanistan's President Karzai speaks during a news conference in Kabul

— Afghan President Hamid Karzai suggested on Thursday that foreign members be removed from the country’s election watchdog, in a step that could be aimed at bolstering his grip on power. Two members of the five-member Electoral Complaints Commission (ECC) are non-Afghan, a panel backed by the U.N. which threw out more than half a million votes cast for Karzai as fraudulent in the 2009 presidential poll. “The presence of foreigners in the Electoral Complaints Commission is against the sovereignty of Afghanistan,” Karzai told a news conference alongside NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen in the capital, Kabul. “Foreign observers can still…

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It’s your decision

President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Romney share a laugh at the end of the first presidential debate in Denver October 16, 2012 By Jean-wisly Simon AT QC, we look at the issues and analyze the policy maker’s eventual reasoning. We are not in the business of giving news but scrutinizing them. We present the facts to you, and only you have to decide what to do with them. “USA elections: Responsibility, responsibility and responsibility in November 2012”; this article was posted on October 2, 2012. In this piece, the objective was giving ‘the importance of the first presidential debate’ after showing what would have been the main goal of each candidate. Then we asked, “Who’s going to make…

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Colombian rivals set for talks in Norway

      “—Colombian government negotiators and FARC rebels will start peace talks in Norway in a bid to end the longest-running insurgency in Latin America.The first direct talks with the leftist guerrillas in more than a decade looked set to go ahead in Oslo on Thursday, one day later than planned, with the Colombian government voicing cautious optimism about a possible deal.”We confirm that the October 17 meeting for peace in Colombia will go ahead on October 18 in the afternoon, Oslo time,” read a statement signed by the FARC and the Colombian government on Tuesday. “We do not want to create false…

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Polls after the second debate

U.S. Republican presidential nominee Romney and U.S. President Obama speak directly to each other during the second U.S. presidential debate in Hempstead October 17, 2012   Here is what NATE SILVER from the NewYorktimes thinks about last night debate: “Polling data is often very noisy — so it makes my job easier on those rare occasions when there is some agreement. Scientific polls conducted after Tuesday night’s presidential debate in New York give a modest edge to President Obama. A CBS News/Knowledge networks poll of undecided voters who watched the debate found 37 percent giving an advantage to Mr. Obama, 30 percent favoring Mitt Romney and 33 percent calling the debate a tie. That represents a narrower lead for Mr. Obama than…

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USA elections: Responsibility, responsibility and responsibility in November 2012

The white House 2, 2012. By Jean-Wisly Simon QuestCinq– At the eve of the first Presidential debate before the November elections in US, expectations are high on both sides Obama for the Democratic Party and Romney for the GOP’s. The culmination of that pressure explains everything; no one can afford to take anything for granted. Obviously, no candidate would like to be the first that makes the first mistake on Wednesday night. Every team tries to coach its candidate in such a way that the opponent could not find space to punch [while we all know each wants to have one word…

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Presidential daily Polls


Daily count update October 16, 2012 Registered voters Obama 47%  Romney 47% Likely voters Romney 50%   Obama 46%  (according to Gallup daily count).  – U.S. President Barack Obama gained ground on Republican rival Mitt Romney for the third straight day, leading 46 percent to 43 percent, according to the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll released on Tuesday.(Reuters) This is a news update October 12, 2012  Registered voters  Obama   48%     Romney   46% Likely voters Romney  49%      Obama    47% (Gallup daily polls) October 11, 2012 6:00pm By Jean-Wisly Simon There is no doubt about Gov….

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Tuesday night presidential debate


Tuesday October 16, 2012 Topic: Town meeting format including foreign and domestic policy Air Time: 9:00-10:30 p.m. Eastern Time Location: Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York (Tickets) Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates Participants: President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney Moderator:Candy Crowley (CNN Chief Political Correspondent)The second presidential debate will take the form of a town meeting, in which citizens will ask questions of the candidates on foreign and domestic issues. Candidates each will have two minutes to respond, and an additional minute for the moderator to facilitate a discussion. The town meeting participants will be undecided voters selected by…

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