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By BBCNews
Pakistan is building a barrier on its border with Afghanistan, despite objections from Kabul. (Full Story)

By Rare
A new study finds white males and excessive exercising don't mix. (Full Story)

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Investing.com - Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) is raising its subscription fees from $9.99 to $10.99 to help fund original projects.Netflix admits its future lies largely in exclusive original content, and they’ll spend $8 billion on content in 2018. Over the past few years, Netflix’s library of movies has been shrinking. Netflix's library shrunk from over 11,000 titles in 2012 to only 5,750 titles now, as… (Full Story)

By Tribune
An unusual and unexpected visitor caused quite the commotion in one neighborhood throughout the morning and into the afternoon on Wednesday in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. (Full Story)

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Investing.com - Today, October 19, marks thirty years since Black Monday, Wall Street’s biggest one-day price drop in history. The 1980s started in a recession. In the US, inflation hit 13.5%, while unemployment reached 10.8%. However, over the next few years, the economy recovered. In 1987 unemployment fell back below 6%. During this period, nicknamed the Roaring Eighties, stock markets rose dramatically.… (Full Story)

By BBCNews
Former Miss Liberia and now entrepreneur, Patrice Juah gives us her tips for success. (Full Story)

By IBTimes
Chelsea star forward Eden Hazard admits he is 'desperate' to win the UEFA Champions League and credits his team-mates for fighting back to earn a draw against Roma at Stamford Bridge. Also, Captain Gary Cahill conceded that Chelsea cannot afford too many more slip ups this season but believes they have the squad capable of going on an extended winning run. (Full Story)

By IBTimesUK
Drew Goodall was once a professional actor who worked alongside Brad Pitt and Hugh Grant but ended up on the streets after a negative review destroyed his confidence and his career. During his spell of homelessness, he began shining shoes on the streets and eventually founded Sunshine Shoeshine, a shoe shine business which now has an annual turnover of £250,000. (Full Story)

By BBCNews
A friend of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia on her death and corruption in Malta. (Full Story)

By accuweather
Flu season is here, and this year the Center for Diseases control and prevention, or CDC, has modified the flu vaccination to better target the viruses they expect to be out there this season. (Full Story)

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