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Back to school season is just around the corner — and if you haven't finished all your shopping, there's still time to cross everything off your list.
From clothing and shoes to school supplies and tech, now is the ideal time to find huge savings as brands are kicking off the new school year with major savings.
To help make it easier to find all of those last-minute finds, scroll through for all of the best back to school deals that are on now!
adidas: For huge savings on clothing, shoes and bags, use the code BTSSTYLE at checkout to save 40 per cent on hundreds of must-have styles.
Amazon: With Amazon Canada's huge selection of deals on back to school essentials, students of all ages can save on tech, stationery and more.
American Eagle:Kickstart your fall wardrobe with 30% off three or more items, and 25% off when you buy two items.
Apple: Students can save on Mac or iPad with an education discount, plus take 20% off AppleCare+ and receive a gift card up to $210.
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Bodies strewn everywhere, a ceiling caved by blastwaves, classmates dragging each other to safety -- survivors of a suicide bombing in a Kabul study hall described scenes of horror after what should have been a typical exam.
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India's foreign exchange reserves fell to $537.52 billion in the week through Sept. 23, notching their steepest weekly fall in six months, the Reserve Bank of India's weekly statistical supplement showed on Friday. About 67% of the drop in reserves during the current financial year was due to valuation changes as the U.S. dollar strengthened, RBI governor Shaktikanta Das said in his monetary policy speech earlier in the day.