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France strikes Islamic State group's depot in Iraq

France strikes ISISJoining U.S. forces acting in Iraqi skies, French fighter jets struck Friday against the militant Islamic State group, destroying a logistics depot, Iraqi and French officials said.

A pair of Rafale fighter jets accompanied by support planes struck in northern Iraq on Friday morning, and the target was "entirely destroyed," President Francois Hollande said. Four laser-guided bombs struck the Iraqi military installation that had been overrun by the militants, and hit a munitions and fuel depot, a French military official said, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss operational details.

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Hundreds of Gaza children permanently disabled by this summer’s conflict

gazan children disabledAfter being declared dead earlier this summer, 9-year-old Louay is fortunate to be back home with his father and older brother, Odai, 13. But with their friends back in school this month, both boys are confined to the small, dark apartment where they live in al-Zaitun, a suburb of Gaza City, dealing with permanent disabilities from their recent injuries.

This summer’s 51 days of fighting between Israel and Hamas took a heavy toll on Gaza’s children, killing 501, according to U.N. figures. It injured an additional 3,374, and though the bombs have stopped, hundreds of those children, just like Louay and Odai, face an uncertain future as disabled.

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Japan to restart whaling in 2015 despite IWC ruling

Japan to resume whalingThe Japanese government has vowed to restart its controversial whaling programme in the Antarctic next year.

The move comes despite the International Whaling Commission's vote on Thursday that the programme is illegal because it is not for research purposes and should stop.

Japanese Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said the IWC's decision was "regrettable".
Japan maintains its annual hunt is solely for research.

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Congress OKs bill to cut backlog of untested rape kits

Rape kit lawCongress sent President Barack Obama legislation Thursday renewing a soon to expire program that helps local governments cut their backlogs of unexamined DNA evidence in rape cases.

The program, which was backed by Vice President Joe Biden and Attorney General Eric Holder, provides federal grants to state and local law enforcement agencies so they can speed their analyses of untested evidence kits. Experts say many thousands of such kits are languishing in communities around the country, including some that are many years old.

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Eight people killed in mass shooting in Northern Florida

Donald SpiritDeputies in Gilchrist County, Fla., said eight people -- including six children -- were shot and killed in a murder-suicide in Bell.

During a news conference Thursday night, investigators said 51-year-old Don Spirit killed his six grandchildren and his daughter before killing himself around 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon.

According to Gilchrist County Sheriff Robert Schultz, Spirit called 911 and made reference to harming others and himself.

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Ebola health workers killed in Guinea

Ebola health workers killedA team of health care workers in Guinea were murdered as they tried to raise awareness about the deadly Ebola virus.

Although the motive is unconfirmed, the BBC reported that some villagers believe that healthcare workers are spreading the Ebola virus while others still doubt the disease's existence.

The attack occurred Tuesday when the delegation arrived in the village of Wome, with villagers responding violently to their presence. Delegation members, including doctors and journalists, were assaulted with machetes and clubs.

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Scottish referendum: Scotland votes 'No' to independence

Scottish referendumScotland has voted to stay in the United Kingdom after voters decisively rejected independence.  With the results in from all 32 council areas, the "No" side won with 2,001,926 votes over 1,617,989 for "Yes".

Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond called for unity and urged the unionist parties to deliver on more powers.

Prime Minister David Cameron said he was delighted the UK would remain together and that commitments on extra powers would be honoured "in full".

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'Sovereign Citizen' Terrorist Group May Be Growing in U.S.

Sovereign citizenIn August, State Police arrested a man in Roane County after they said they found improvised explosives, AK-47 style rifles and about 30 live chickens in his wrecked SUV at 3:30 a.m. The man, Seth Grim, 21, allegedly told police that he was a "sovereign citizen," a group that rejects taxes and local, state and federal laws.

Courthouse and law enforcement officials, both in West Virginia and around the country, have been warned about members of the sovereign citizen movement.

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Home Depot Says Data Hack Affected 56 Million Payment Cards

Home DepotHome Depot Inc. (HD) said a data breach between April and September put about 56 million payment cards at risk, signaling that the hacker attack was bigger than the one that struck Target Corp. (TGT) last year.

The hackers used custom-made software to evade detection, relying on tools that haven’t been seen in previous attacks, Atlanta-based Home Depot said today in a statement. The company began investigating the breach on Sept. 2, immediately after banking partners and law enforcement raised alarms that its systems may have been infiltrated.

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