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Why Wednesday will be most exciting day of MLB playoffs action

If you like playoff baseball, circle Wednesday on your calendar. Two highly-anticipated elimination games are on tap, with the final game between the Blue Jays and the Rangers set for 4 p.m. ET and the Astros and Royals battling at at 8 p.m.ET.

Snapchat abruptly snaps, closes Snap Channel videos and shows

Messaging app Snapchat has abruptly shut down Snap Channel, a feature that showcased its own content including stories and videos. The staff responsible for creating the media have been made redundant.

Putin asks IMF to help Ukraine pay off $3 billion debt to Russia

Moscow - President Vladimir Putin called Tuesday on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to lend an additional $3 billion to Ukraine to help the ex-Soviet country pay off its debt to Russia.

Ankara attack aimed to tip Turkey over the edge: Analysts

Ankara - The perpetrators of the worst attack in Turkey's modern history appear intent on seeking to throw the country into chaos by provoking already explosive existing tensions, analysts say.

Netanyahu says will use 'all means' to end Palestinian violence

Jerusalem - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that Israel would use "all means" available to end Palestinian violence and that new security measures were planned.

Palestinian killed in clashes with Israeli military: Medics

Bethlehem - A Palestinian was killed Tuesday in clashes with Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, Palestinian medical sources said, the latest such incident in nearly two weeks of violence.

Outbreak of violence between Palestinians and Israelis

Jerusalem - The outbreak of violence between Palestinians, Israeli forces and Jewish settlers in recent weeks has worsened in October, raising fears of a third intifada, or uprising.

Foreign hostages in Philippines appear in video

Manila - Three foreign men and a Filipina kidnapped last month in the southern Philippines have appeared in a video posted online, making demands for the Islamic militants who abducted them.

Is 'Vatileaks' back? Letter mystery at Church synod

Vatican City - The leak of a private letter from rebellious cardinals to Pope Francis has revived a cloak-and-dagger atmosphere at the Vatican, with the spectre of "Vatileaks" and a butler's betrayal rearing its ugly head.

Op-Ed: Brian Viloria could spoil Gonzalez' reign as pound-for-pound king

Former WBO and WBA flyweight champion Brian Viloria has assured his fans they will witness the best Viloria in the ring when he squares off with unbeaten flyweight champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Damascus shelling of Russia embassy an 'act of terror': Lavrov

Moscow - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday described the shelling of Moscow's embassy in Damascus as an "act of terror" aimed at intimidating those who support Moscow's bombing campaign in Syria.

Malaysia vows to punish 'trigger-happy criminals' who downed MH17

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia vowed on Tuesday to seek the prosecution of the "trigger-happy criminals" who downed flight MH17, after a Dutch-led investigation said it was shot down by a missile fired from war-torn eastern Ukraine.

Outrage over noose 'for Merkel' at anti-refugee rally

Berlin - German prosecutors Tuesday said they were investigating after Islamophobic PEGIDA protesters at an anti-refugee rally displayed a miniature gallows with the names of Chancellor Angela Merkel and her deputy.

France signs deals worth $10 bn with Saudi Arabia

Riyadh - France on Tuesday announced a series of deals worth 10 billion euros ($11.4 billion) with Saudi Arabia, reinforcing growing ties between the two countries.

U.S. Senate takes up case of MEK refugees trapped at Camp Liberty

Washington D.c. - Members of the Senate Armed Services committee heard the case of the Mojahedin e Khalq. Over 2,000 members of the MEK are trapped in Iraq, facing threats from the ongoing instability in the country, and potential attacks from pro-Iranian forces.

Ankara attacks intensify Kurdish party's conflict with Erdogan

Istanbul - The double suicide bombing of a peace rally in Ankara has raised a feud between the government and Turkey's main pro-Kurdish party to a new level, widening a dangerous polarisation as Turks head towards November 1 polls.

Britain withdraws bid for Saudi penal system contract

London - Britain said Tuesday it had abandoned a bid to provide training in Saudi Arabia's penal system, as it raised concerns with Riyadh over a 74-year-old Briton facing a flogging.

Ukraine should have closed air space over war zone: MH17 inquiry

Verhoven - Kiev should have closed the air space over eastern Ukraine because of the conflict with pro-Russian separatists, the official inquiry into the MH17 air disaster found Tuesday.

Turkey probes IS attack link as Erdogan to break silence

Ankara - Turkish investigators on Tuesday sought to firm up suspicions Islamic State jihadists were behind a double suicide bombing in Ankara that killed 97, as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was to break days of silence over the blasts.

Catalan separatists in court over independence vote

Barcelona - Spanish judges on Tuesday started questioning Catalan officials charged with breaking the law by holding a vote last year on their contested drive for independence from Spain.
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