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  • 'Los roba bondis': Apuñalan a una mujer para robarle en un colectivo

    'Los roba bondis': Apuñalan a una mujer para robarle en un colectivo

    Todo quedó grabado en una cámara de seguridad que tenía el vehículo. Ocurrió el 7 de agosto en La Cañada, Quilmes, en un interno de la línea 293, sobre la calle Mosconi. En el video puede verse que pierde mucha sangre. En tanto, este miércoles, bajo las órdenes del fiscal Sebastián Videla de Quilmes, se allanó un domicilio donde detuvieron a la joven que atacó a la pasajera, a un menor de 17 años y a otro chico.

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  • Drugs Identified to Potentially Fight Zika Virus

    Drugs Identified to Potentially Fight Zika Virus

    It can be used for the detection of Zika virus in EDTA plasma or serum samples using Roche's LightCycler 480 Instrument II or cobas z 480 Analyzer. Creating drugs from scratch takes longer and costs more. They subsequently screened 6,000 compounds that were either already approved or were in the process of a clinical trial because they could be made more quickly available to people infected by Zika.

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  • To quell uproar, Maine governor seeking 'spiritual guidance'

    In a regularly scheduled Tuesday morning radio interview, LePage mulled the idea of stepping down, saying that he was not necessarily committed to finishing his term and adding, "It's one thing not to have one party behind you, it's another thing not to have any party behind you".

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  • Trending: Palo Alto Networks, Inc. Revenue Is Exploding Higher

    Trending: Palo Alto Networks, Inc. Revenue Is Exploding Higher

    Still, analysts continue to support the long-term potential for the company. Vetr upgraded shares of Palo Alto Networks Inc. Other institutional investors have modified their holdings of the company. Winslow Evans & Crocker Inc. now owns 814 shares of the network technology company's stock valued at $100,000 after buying an additional 76 shares during the last quarter.

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  • Mexican president: I told Trump we wouldn't pay for border wall

    Mexican president: I told Trump we wouldn't pay for border wall

    Standing next to Pena Nieto, Trump said the topic of who would pay for the wall would be discussed later. There was obviously one question every reporter wanted to ask - they were literally jumping out of their seats - during the press conference following the pair's meeting in Mexico City: what about the border wall that Trump has promised to make Mexico pay for? Basically, by denying any chance of obtaining the legal status for those who come into the USA illegally, a potential Trump ...

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  • Apple CEO says EU tax ruling 'total political crap' - Irish Independent

    Members will have to reach a decision on whether to pursue the unpaid tax and risk the wrath of multinational, which the Irish economy depends heavily upon, or to fight the EU ruling. Apple , Ireland and the U.S. all agree on this principle. Speaking to RTE Cook said : "The finding is wrongheaded". The European Commission told the Irish government to claw back the taxes that Apple should have allegedly paid it between 2004 and 2014 on Tuesday - less than three weeks after Irish ...

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  • Gabon presidential guard attacks opposition HQ, 1 killed

    Gabon presidential guard attacks opposition HQ, 1 killed

    He called for worldwide assistance to protect the population against what he described as "a rogue state". Protesters shouting 'Ali must go!' reportedly stormed the offices of the election commission shortly after authorities announced Bongo's re-election.

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  • Chinese yuan is most actively traded emerging currency

    Chinese yuan is most actively traded emerging currency

    The foreign-exchange market proved its resilience to challenges ranging from tumbling profits to a rate-fixing scandal in figures published once every three years by the Bank for International Settlements. While sterling/dollar's share rose to 9.2 percent from 8.8 percent three years ago, that was still down sharply from 13.4 percent in 2004, the BIS said.

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  • Dividend Overview: Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL)

    Dividend Overview: Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL)

    Financial Times data shows, In 2015, Datalogic SpA reported a dividend of 0.25 Euro, which represents a 38.89% increase over previous year. Gold Fields Limited (ADR) (NYSE: GFI ) traded 6.86M shares on last trading day with closing price of $5.03.

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  • Eight airlines selected for Havana flights

    Eight airlines selected for Havana flights

    The flight is the first commercial airliner to travel between the two countries in decades and is only possible as a result of the December 2014 normalization of relations between the USA and Cuba . But now travelers eager to see the island have the simple option of just hopping on one of JetBlue's direct flights into the country, the New York Times reports .

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  • PM for Kashmir dialogue

    PM for Kashmir dialogue

    Prof. Virender Gupta said that it is a welcome step on the part of opposition leaders for not mentioning Pakistan or separatists and not making any demand for sending an all party delegation to Kashmir though, previously they had been insisting on it.

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  • Tesla Model S P100D revealed, 0-100km/h in 2.7 seconds

    Tesla Model S P100D revealed, 0-100km/h in 2.7 seconds

    Tesla has revised the Model S and added a larger battery pack which gives the auto jaw-dropping acceleration and a longer range on full charge. The souped-up Model S P100D can travel zero-to-sixty miles per hour in just 2.5 seconds with the battery upgrade, making it the fastest production auto in history.

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  • HSS Hire Group PLC's (HSS)

    HSS Hire Group PLC's (HSS) "Hold" Rating Reaffirmed at Numis Securities Ltd

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. raised their price target on HSS Hire Group PLC from GBX 70 ($0.92) to GBX 78 ($1.02) and gave the stock an "underweight" rating in a research report on Thursday. The company now has an average rating of "Hold" and a consensus price target of GBX 74.20 ($0.97). The company's market cap is GBX 126.44 million. The tools and equipment hire firm reported a loss before tax of £9.8m for the 27 weeks to 2 July, narrowing the gap to the black by £4.3m when compared with a loss ...

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  • American Girl dolls to be sold at Toys R Us stores

    American Girl dolls to be sold at Toys R Us stores

    The American Girl doll brand and Wayne-based retailer Toys "R" Us Wednesday announced a partnership that is expected to boost both businesses. These dolls are smaller in size compared with the traditional American Girl dolls, but are also cheaper at just $60.

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  • Cenizas de Juan Gabriel se quedarán en México

    Cenizas de Juan Gabriel se quedarán en México

    El hermetismo, como el luto, es palpable en casa de los familiares de Juan Gabriel en el condado de Broward, en el sur de Florida, donde se presume que están resguardadas las cenizas del artista . Mientras algunos medios aseguran que serán esparcidas en diversas playas mexicanas, Castañeda asegura que, en una ceremonia familiar, serán depositadas en la chimenea de su casa en Ciudad Juárez , lugar que será convertido en un museo, tal como lo quiso Juan Gabriel .

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  • Huw van Steenis to join Schroders

    Huw van Steenis to join Schroders

    Van Steenis is joining Schroders, which oversees about $455 billion in assets, after 14 years with the USA investment bank. In his new role, van Steenis will be based in London, and will report to Peter Harrison, group CEO at Schroders. "His deep knowledge and experience of the investment industry is a valuable asset in these times of rapid change". He has also worked at J.P. Morgan and Boston Consulting Group, in a career that spans 20 years in the investment industry.

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  • Amazon Launches Dash Instant-Order IoT Buttons in the UK

    Amazon Launches Dash Instant-Order IoT Buttons in the UK

    Now there are buttons for around 40 brands; customers buy the button - with the price knocked off the first purchase - then sync it with Amazon's shopping app to set up delivery preferences. "It is still the early days of what is called the "Internet of Things", but it is going to be huge in the way everyday objects will become "intelligent" and "Smart" enabling interaction with people and between object to object "talking" to one another to optimise various outcomes".

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  • Michael O'Leary warns on profit but eyes long-term growth

    Michael O'Leary warns on profit but eyes long-term growth

    The firm said its growth rate in the United Kingdom is expected to slow from about 15% to 6% next year. Michael O'Leary, the Ryanair chief executive, who backed Remain during the European Union referendum, expects the United Kingdom to suffer "significant economic damage" from Brexit.

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  • National Bank of Canada quarterly profit up 6 percent

    National Bank of Canada quarterly profit up 6 percent

    Earnings per shares rose to CUS$1.31 from CUS$1.28 a year ago. Rounding out the latest batch of quarterly profit announcements from Canada's major banks, National Bank has reported a 6% growth in quarterly profit. National Bank of Canada has a 52 week low of $34.86 and a 52 week high of $47.75. Stockholders of record on Monday, September 26th will be issued a dividend of $0.55 per share.

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  • Tropical Depression 9 upgrades to Tropical Storm Hermine

    Tropical Depression 9 upgrades to Tropical Storm Hermine

    The watch area includes the Georgia cities of Brunswick and St. Marys. As of 5 p.m. ET, the storm was about 325 miles south-southwest of Apalachicola, the National Hurricane Center said. It is expected to move faster later Wednesday and take a turn toward the northeast. As Tropical Depression No. 9 moves through North Florida on Thursday, a lot of moisture hangs around and our rain chances stay high, even though the sun will come back out.

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  • US Factory Activity Shrinks for First Time in 6 Months

    Combined with another month of growth in exports, whose gauge held at 52.5, and imports falling to 47 from 52, the report suggests the weakness in manufacturing, if sustained, may be related more to domestic demand. The median forecast in a Bloomberg survey of economists called for a reading of 52, with estimates ranging from 50.7 to 53.4. National employment data for August is set to be released Friday.

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  • Oil edges back in Asia after sharp losses

    Oil edges back in Asia after sharp losses

    But Iran's opposition has softened in recent weeks as well. The 12 OPEC members will meet informally in Algiers at the sidelines of the International Energy Forum (IEF). Ghamsari said at the time that Iran was exporting about 2 million barrels of its daily output of 3.8 million.It's now pumping about 3.85 million barrels of crude a day, Zanganeh told Fars news agency on August 10.

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  • Down But Not Out, Germany's Merkel Weighs Another Run

    Germany, Europe and the world may be undergoing dramatic changes, but Merkel, the message from her camp goes, remains a constant - solid, a bit boring, but unflappable and above all hard-working. However, since her infamous rallying call to the Middle East the German leader's approval ratings have plummeted, with just 42 per cent of Germans now in favour of her running for a fourth term as Chancellor at next year's elections.

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  • Tropical depression brings storms, potential flooding

    Tropical depression brings storms, potential flooding

    Gaston will continue to weaken as it moved off to the northwest into the cool waters of the northern Atlantic. Royal Dutch Shell ( NYSE:RDS.A ) is also issuing updates on tropical depression no.9 and said on Monday it had safely shut in production at the Coulomb field following the shut-in of associated downstream oil and gas gathering systems and receipt points.

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  • Grant money to help homeless veterans

    Grant money to help homeless veterans

    Central Oregon Veterans Outreach has received a grant of more than $300,000 to help veterans who are homeless or at risk of losing their homes. Also since 2010, more than 360,000 Veterans and their family members have been permanently housed, rapidly re-housed, or prevented from falling into homelessness by VA's homelessness programs and targeted housing vouchers provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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  • Clinton aide to leave husband after his latest sexting scandal

    Photographs of Abedin from Clinton's campaign stops suggest she has not worn a wedding ring for some weeks, although it was not clear whether that was a decision related to her announcement Monday. Locals are reacting to the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal. Abedin was "furious and sickened" by a picture of Weiner and their 4-year-old son, Jordan, according to two people close to the family.

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