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UNDATED (AP) — WikiLeaks has released more emails hacked from accounts of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta. Transcripts released yesterday show the campaign worrying whether Sen. Elizabeth Warren might endorse Bernie Sanders and wrestling with how to respond to revelations about Clinton's private email use. Other transcripts show the campaign was lining up materials to respond to fresh accusations from Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of raping her decades ago.

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump's latest unsubstantiated salvo against rival Hillary Clinton charges she might have been on drugs during their last debate. At a rally yesterday, Trump surmised that Clinton was getting "pumped up" ahead of Wednesday's debate rather than preparing for it, and challenged her to join him in undergoing a pre-debate drug test.

BEIRUT (AP) — Turkish-backed Syrian opposition forces say they have captured a symbolically significant town from the Islamic State group. A commander of the Syrian opposition Hamza Brigade says some 2,000 opposition fighters pushed into Dabiq with tank and artillery support from the Turkish Army. He says Islamic State fighters put up "minimal" resistance to defend the northern Syrian town before withdrawing.

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officials say at least four people have been killed in a suicide attack in a Shiite-dominated neighborhood in Baghdad. A police officer says the suicide bomber struck a group of Shiites commemorating the 7th century death of Imam Hussein, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility in a statement carried by a news agency linked to the extremist group.

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish news reports say a suicide attacker has detonated a bomb during a police operation near the border with Syria. The reports say the attack caused some injuries.

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