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October eighteenth actor singer Zack Ephron turns thirty one years old today. The newscast is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. In afghanistan. The police chief of Canada heart province has been killed by his own bodyguards. The provincial intelligence chief was also killed in the local governor was wounded the attack and Canada car came as they attended a meeting with senior US military officials, the BBC's surrender Kamari has more general was chief of police in Kandahar province and a powerful opponents of the donavan. According to local media reports he was killed in a shooting targeting a meeting at the governor's housing Kandahar city. A number of other senior Afghan officials said to have been injured the commander of NATO forces enough ghanistan is believed to have been at the meeting, but is unharmed. The thought about had claimed responsibility for the attack comes amid escalating violence ahead of Saturday's elections, the BBC's Saguntum Kamari the first of some three thousand Honduran migrants travelling north of pass through Guatemala and reached the Mexican border. Angering President Trump Maria margin reports Guatemalan and US authorities are trying to discourage them from travelling further the leader of the migrants, March former Honduran lawmaker bottle of this was arrested in what the mullahs as President Trump threatened to cut off USA to any Central American country that didn't stop the March still hundreds of migrants have made their way to the Mexican border. The US ambassador to what the Malawi Saratoga issued a statement in Spanish urging the migrants to return LA Frontera styles. Noon is Dalton contre LA Kamala. The US has never been so protected that those who tried to enter illegally will be arrested and deported. He added. He understood people fleet you lack of opportunities and that the US is investing millions of dollars to change that for NPR news. Martin President Trump heads back to Montana today for another campaign rally. It's his third visit to the state since July as Montana public radio's Eric Whitney reports Trump is supporting the Republican who was hoping to take a Senate seat away from Democrats, the president will appear in Missoula a famously liberal enclave in his stake. President Trump won by twenty points. A counter rally is being held seven miles away. While Republicans are popular in Montana democratic Senator Jon tester won't be easy to beat. He's raised more than four times as much money as his Republican opponent. Matt Rosendahl Rosendahl TV ads feature clips of the president's earlier Montana campaign stops for.

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