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Syrian Observatory: Russian forces cross Euphrates, reach area outside Kobani in northern Syria

Russian forces have crossed the Euphrates river in northern Syria and reached areas outside the city of Kobani, pushing eastward with Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the Syrian Observatory said on Wednesday. Reported by Reuters

Pompeo says plans to meet Turkey's Erdogan 'face-to-face'

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday said he and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence expect to meet with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan when they travel to Turkey this week. Reported by Reuters

Boris Johnson’s deal is bad for the UK economy

Proposed Brexit pact will leave most British citizens poorer Reported by FT

Speedster, Diamond Rays, Prevalent Force and Cosmos shine

Speedster, Diamond Rays, Prevalent Force and Cosmos shone when the horses were exercised here on Wednesday morning (Oct 16).Outer sand:600m: Blue Moo Reported by Hindu

Erdogan attacks ‘ugly’ US decision on Turkey’s Halkbank

Tensions run high ahead of US vice-president Mike Pence’s visit to Ankara Reported by FT

Russian media praises reception to Vladimir Putin in UAE

The welcome could even startle a VIP guest who has seen it all, one media outlet said. Reported by Khaleej Times

Dubai expat tries to rape woman at knife-point in his car

The incident took place on July 2 at Al Rashidiya police station. Reported by Khaleej Times

Czechs must build nuclear plants even if in breach of EU law, says PM

The Czech Republic will have to build new nuclear power plants to replace aging coal and nuclear capacity even if they are in breach of European law, Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Wednesday. Reported by Reuters

University of artificial intelligence to be established in UAE

It is the first graduate level, research-based AI university in the world. Reported by Khaleej Times

Strong quake in Philippines sends people scrambling

A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck central Mindanao in the southern Philippines on Wednesday, opening cracks in some buildings, sending residents running from shops and offices and knocking out power. Reported by Reuters

There are solutions to the global drug price problem

We should override patent protection on some medicines and change how R&D is funded Reported by FT

No one in the govt. felt a ‘pang of guilt’ about Abhijit’s remarks on economy: P. Chidambaram

He will tweet two economic indicators for the country every day, Mr. Chidambaram said in a tweet. Reported by Hindu

Southwest Monsoon withdraws completely from country

The Southwest Monsoon withdrew from the entire country on Wednesday, the India Meteorological Department announced, eight days after it started reced Reported by Hindu

Biden defends himself from Trump attacks at debate — live updates

"My son did nothing wrong. I did nothing wrong," Biden said at the Democratic face-off in Ohio Tuesday night Reported by CBS News

Japanese flood disaster frays resilience of elderly victims

When a river in Japan's Fukushima prefecture overflowed on Sunday at the height of Typhoon Hagibis, 700 homes were flooded, many belonging to elderly residents too frail to clean up and repair their water-logged houses. Reported by Reuters

Japan Spent Mightily to Soften Nature’s Wrath, but Can It Ever Be Enough?

After a typhoon’s record-breaking rains breached dozens of levees, the country is wondering whether even the costliest systems can be future-proofed for the age of climate change. Reported by NYTimes

UK minister: PM will abide by pledge to write Brexit delay letter

British Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said the government would comply with assurances given to a Scottish court that Prime Minister Boris Johnson would write a letter to the EU requesting a Brexit delay if a deal is not reached by Oct. 19. Reported by Reuters

Warming climate puts Austria's hip Gruener Veltliner wine at risk

One of Austria's leading wine-growing regions, which helped place the environmentalist Greens on the threshold of power in elections last month, has one demand for the new government: save the country's most famous tipple. Reported by Reuters India

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