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Dozens of deaths during stampede at Ethiopia religious event

At least 52 people were killed and many injured after an annual thanksgiving festival of the Oromo community turned into an anti-government protest Sunday in the south-central Ethiopian town of Bishoftu. According to New York-based Human Rights Watch, at least 500 people have been killed by security forces since the demonstrations began in November.



Kaine, Pence prepare for undercard debate

The debate begins at 9 p.m. and ends at 10:30 p.m. Elaine Quijano , CBSN anchor and CBS News correspondent, will be the moderator . The debate is divided into nine 10 minute segments. Come January, either Kaine or Pence likely will be the president's liaison to Congress, playing a key role in setting the policy agenda. But this year, that job hardly needs to be left to them.



Wall Street Rallies, Led by Deutsche Bank, Financials

USA stocks are climbing Friday and regaining the previous day's losses. The S&P financial sector gained 1.4 percent, its best day in about two months. The S&P 500 posted 22 new 52-week highs and 3 new lows; the Nasdaq Composite recorded 68 new highs and 32 new lows. The German bank has been hurt by the U.S.



Twitter storm: Trump shames former-beauty pageant winner

The editorial also aimed at persuading those who are hesitant to back Clinton to do so, stressing her intellect, experience and courage. In an interview with Max Linsky on "With Her", the Clinton campaign's podcast, the former president opened up about how the Democratic nominee has changed since he met her over 40 years ago.



Hollande warns United Kingdom not to abandon Calais obligations

Britain must "play its part" in managing the Calais migrant crisis as France prepares to close down the Jungle camp, President Francois Hollande has warned. It is Hollande's first visit of the camp in his five-year presidency. Britain has already committed around £85 million in total to reinforce security in the Calais region.



Snoqualmie Tribe members travel to North Dakota to oppose oil pipeline

A UN Special Envoy for Indigenous Peoples is formally asking the United States to halt construction on the four-state pipeline. Strong opposition to the pipeline by the Standing Rock Sioux has generated national news coverage in recent weeks as tribes from throughout the USA have joined forces against the Dakota Access project.