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  • Crypto exchange Coinbase opens Dublin office as Brexit looms

  • Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has opened an office in Dublin, it said on Tuesday, joining the growing ranks of banks and financial firms with major British businesses developing European Union outposts as Britain's exit from the bloc looms.
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  • Beauty pageant crowns 93-year-old as Miss Holocaust Survivor

  • A 93-year-old great-grandmother who lived through the horrors of the Auschwitz concentration camp has been crowned Miss Holocaust Survivor in a special beauty pageant held in Israel. Tova Ringer, who was born in Poland and now lives in Haifa, where the annual pageant was held Sunday, was chosen out of 12 contestants, according to Reuters....
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  • Czech opposition scores win in Senate elections

  • The strongest Czech opposition party, the Civic Democrats, won the most seats in a Senate election, results showed on Saturday, although the victory is unlikely to rattle Prime Minister Andrej Babis's minority government.
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  • The Five - Monday, October 15

  • On Monday, the Five discuss Elizabeth Warren's campaign ad detailing her 1/1024 bit of Native American heritage to the world, while Turkey conducts a joint investigation of the Saudi consulate where the Washington Post journalist disappeared, and the GOP feels a Red Wave coming on for midterms.
  • Report: Saudis preparing to admit Khashoggi was killed

  • Sources say Saudi Arabia will eventually admit that missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi may have been killed accidentally during an interrogation in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul; Benjamin Hall reports from Turkey.
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  • Hungary's constitution makes street homelessness a crime

  • Hungary's constitution now says sleeping on the streets is a crime. The new legislation, which went into effect Monday, bans "habitual residence in a public space" and gives police the authority to remove rough sleepers from the streets and confiscate their belongings.
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  • Tennis-Sabalenka powers past Kenin in Tianjin

  • Fourth seed Aryna Sabalenka took down American Sofia Kenin 7-6(4) 4-6 6-0 in the first round of the Tianjin Open on Tuesday, as the Belarusian maintains her slim hopes to secure a spot at this month's WTA Finals.
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