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Putin's Jews T he price of Putin’s favor can be high, and the president’s strong feelings about the Chabad library and archives of Rabbi Yossef Yitzhak Schneerson, the sixth ... 10/22/2016 - 11:10 pm | View Website
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AFP/Ahmad Al-RubayeGeneva (AFP) - Islamic State group fighters killed at least 232 people in and around Mosul last week as Iraqi troops advanced on the city, the UN rights office said Friday.
"Last Wednesday 232 civilians were reportedly shot to death. Of these there were 190 former Iraqi Security Forces officers," rights office spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani told reporters in Geneva.
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1. Google's earnings topped Wall Street expectations in the third quarter and the company also announced a $7 billion stock repurchase. But its stock barely budged in after hours trading, rising 1%.
2. Twitter beat analysts' expectations for both revenue and earnings per share in its third quarter, but confirmed that it plans to lay off 9% of its workforce.