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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. ? At the monthly meeting of the Madison County Republican Men?s Club here on Saturday, the subject at hand was Judge Roy Moore. You could tell from the way people kept talking about anyone and anything else, such as Sen. Al Franken. Battle noticeably avoided any mention of Moore despite standing nestled among gigantic Roy Moore election posters.
Mugabe agrees to stand down as Zimbabwe president: source
Robert Mugabe agreed on Sunday to resign as Zimbabwe's president hours after the ruling ZANU-PF party fired him as its leader following 37 years in charge, a source familiar with the negotiations said.
Sounds detected in undersea area where Argentine sub went missing
By Walter Bianchi and Maximiliano Rizzi MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine authorities were analyzing sounds detected by probes deep in the South Atlantic on Monday as they searched for a navy submarine that went missing five days ago after reporting an electrical malfunction. "Special software is being used to study different sounds and acoustics," navy spokesman Enrique Balbi told reporters in Buenos Aires. The probes are being carried out 360 km (223 miles) off the coast of Argentina and 200 meters (656 feet) down, he said.
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Israeli minister: we have secret ties with 'many' Arab states
An Israeli cabinet minister said on Sunday that Israel had covert ties with "many" Arab and Muslim states but was obliged not to name them at the other sides' request. A rare interview given by the head of Israel's armed forces to a Saudi-owned news site was published on Thursday, further fuelling talk of close links. It followed previous broad hints by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and accusations by Hezbollah that Saudi Arabia was pushing Israel to attack the Lebanese Shiite group.