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Kremlin Slams Demands For Assad's Ouster As ISIS Kills Hundreds Of "Human Shields" In Mosul

While the recently unveiled Iraqi assault on Mosul (with US support) continues, in what some have speculated is an election stunt meant to liberate Mosul just ahead of the November 8 vote and provide a boost for the Hillary campaign, while others see even more ulterior motives, namely to "grant" ISIS fighters free passage out of Iraq and into Syria to fight Assad, there may be some complications. According to press reports citing Iraqi intelligence sources, today the Islamic State rounded up and killed 284 men and boys as Iraqi-led coalition forces closed in on Mosul, the terror group's last major stronghold in Iraq.

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Netflix Soars 20% As Subscribers Smash Expectations But Cash Burn Explodes

There was some long overdue good news for Netflix longs, when moments ago NFLX reported that in Q3 revenue and EPS of $2.29 billion and $0.12 beat expectations of $2.28 billion and $0.06 respectively. But the reason why the stock is surging 20% after hours is because the growth appears to be back as a result of a surge in Q3 streaming subscribers, which jumped by370K domestically and 3.2million internationally, far above the 300K and 2.0 million expected.

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Leaked Email Reveals Potential Collusion Between State Department And Clinton Campaign

One of the major email "leak" stories to emerge last week courtesy of the WSJ, was that the White House had intervened on at least one occasion to suppress the story surrounding Hillary's "Secret Server" scandal, through backdoor channels with the State Department. This is what we noted as per the original piece:

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Turkey And Russia Sign Strategic "Turkish Stream" Gas Pipeline Deal

Less than three months after Turkey's president Erdogan, in the aftermath of the mid-July "failed coup" visited Putin in Russia in his first and very symbolic foreign trip, Putin has returned the favor with a visit of his own to Turkey, where he promptly confirmed that economic relations between the two nations are on solid footing with the November 2015 downing of a Russian fighter jet over Turkey now largely forgotten, and where Turkey and Russia earlier today signed the strategic Turkish Stream gas pipeline agreement.

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