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  • FSU: Professor's wife killed in mass stabbing in London

    Speaking outside Scotland Yard headquarters, Metropolitan police assistant commissioner Mark Rowley said there was no evidence that the 19-year-old suspect had been radicalized or was motivated by terrorism, and reasserted the view that " mental health issues" played a significant role.

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  • Two boys and a man missing in separate sea incidents off Wales

    Two boys and a man missing in separate sea incidents off Wales

    Aberdovey RNLI's inshore lifeboat was also requested to join the search at 3.20pm and searched an area on the south side of the Barmouth estuary. The search for the two teenagers has now been going on for around five hours. Two lifeboats from Barmouth RNLI are searching for the teenage boys. A statement by the RNLI confirmed that the boys had been swimming off the beach when they got into difficulty and were unable to return to shore.

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  • Japan's PM picks hawkish defence minister in minor reshuffle

    Japan's PM picks hawkish defence minister in minor reshuffle

    Visits to the shrine by Japanese political leaders infuriate China and South Korea, which believe Japan has never fully atoned for its wartime aggression. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga - the central figure in the administration - along with Finance Minister Taro Aso and Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida retained positions held since Abe took power in December 2012.

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  • Sterling recovery derailed by United States jobs numbers

    The BoE's quarter point rate cut to a record low 0.25% boosted shares in Europe while sending already low global bond yields even further down with British yields hitting record lows as gilt prices rose. The BoE maintained its 2.0-percent economic growth forecast for 2016. It has reduced its growth prediction for 2017 from the 2.3% it was expecting in May to 0.8%.

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  • South Dakota motorcycle rally gets back to normal after big 2015

    South Dakota motorcycle rally gets back to normal after big 2015

    On Thursday, regional law enforcement and highway officials held a press conference in front of the "Welcome to Wyoming" sign on Interstate 25. A disproportionate number of highway fatalities involve motorcycles in the region, said Gina Espinosa-Salcedo, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Region 8 director.

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  • A Private Company Just Got the OK to Travel to Moon

    In 2014, NASA partnered with Moon Express and two other USA companies to advance lander capabilities to enable payload delivery to the surface of the Moon. The company hopes to bring "precious resources, metals, and Moon rocks back to Earth", said Naveen Jain , Moon Express chairman and co-founder. The suitcase-sized lander, which is not yet complete, will be flying on a rocket made by Rocket Lab - a start-up firm which is yet to launch commercial missions.

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  • The US job market was scorching hot in July

    Treasury note rose to 1.56 percent from 1.50 percent. The Dow and the S&P 500 are now higher for the week, while the Nasdaq extended its gains. The strong jobs market from last month should help to reinforce the confidence of the Fed in the labor market, which officials look at as or near complete, full employment.

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  • San Cayetano: organizaciones marchan a Plaza de Mayo

    San Cayetano: organizaciones marchan a Plaza de Mayo

    La movilización, que se realiza bajo la consgina " Paz, Pan y Trabajo ", partió a las 9.30 desde avenida Rivadavia y Curzco, donde se encuentra el santuario, con las columnas de Barrios De Pie , CTEP, el Movimiento Evita, entre otras organizaciones.

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  • Francisco pone el dedo en la llaga por la desocupación

    Francisco pone el dedo en la llaga por la desocupación

    Anticipó Gutiérrez que el sábado desde las 15 horas se realzará una maratón con todos los jóvenes del polideportivo, todos los preparativo para el domingo 7, día de San Cayetano y "el domingo desde las 9:30 iniciamos con el aniversario y desfile junto a autoridades municipales, y provinciales además del desfile de escuelas invitadas y agradecidos por la decisión de declarar de interés municipal a estas fiestas patronales que realizamos".

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  • Unofficial results show Thais approve new constitution

    Unofficial results show Thais approve new constitution

    Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had said "he has no plans on stepping down if the new constitution is rejected", and "he still plans on holding a general election next year", as Sullivan reports. "The Thai military seized power from a democratically elected government two years ago, promising a return to clean governance and political stability", reporter Michael Sullivan, who is in Bangkok , tells our Newscast unit.

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  • Rome-born teenager takes first gold in Rio Olympics

    Rome-born teenager takes first gold in Rio Olympics

    My heart was pounding but I would not have changed it", said Thrasher. "I was focusing on just shooting the best that I could, and that got me there". "About halfway through the final it became clear to me that I was in contention for a medal, but.I focused on breathing and taking it one shot at a time".

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  • Aussie rivalry in the pool starts Saturday

    Aussie rivalry in the pool starts Saturday

    It was a first time they failed to win at least one race during an Olympic finals session at the pool since August 14, 2008 - the lone day Phelps didn't go for gold in Beijing. Ryan Lochte is 32. Michael Phelps carries the flag of the United States. Anthony Ervin is 35. The focus is to swim fast, always. "This year seems like there is the most depth in the history of the sport ", said McEvoy who has been in a pool with many of his teammates since childhood.

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  • Rio 2016: Who will the stars of the Games?

    Rio 2016: Who will the stars of the Games?

    During a pre-Games testing in Athens, the sample of a Greek competitor also tested positive for unspecified substances. Irish boxer Michael O'Reilly became the first athlete to fail a test at this year's Games, although he is thought to still be in Rio, staying in a separate part of the athletes village to his team-mates.

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  • Trump, seeking to end Republican row, reverses course to back House speaker

    Trump, seeking to end Republican row, reverses course to back House speaker

    House Speaker Paul Ryan, while expressing shock at Trump's announcement, said, "After I thought about it a bit, I realized this made a lot more sense then the campaign he was running. But Trump has maintained that he, "wasn't there yet", in endorsing Ryan . Sadly, it quickly became apparent that Speaker Ryan and the Wisconsin GOP are not the least bit interested in party unity, or, it seems, defeating Hillary Clinton, but rather, are focused on maintaining their iron-grip on power for ...

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  • Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic nomination; slams Donald Trump's warnings

    Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic nomination; slams Donald Trump's warnings

    They say the nomination of a woman candidate by the Democratic Party is likely to encourage Zimbabwean women to seek nomination for the presidential race in 2018 in the southern African nation. Daughter Chelsea Clinton introduced the nominee before the speech, telling personal stories of their lives together and calling her mother "a fighter who never, ever gives up and who believes that we can always do better".

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  • Tesla's split with key supplier Mobileye spurs debate on self-driving tech

    Mobileye , the Israeli automatic driving company, will not develop new technologies for Tesla Motors-a development that seems related to the recent death of a driver whose Tesla Model S steered itself into the side of a truck. She said the police force is still considering whether to issue a traffic citation to the truck driver for failing to yield. Mobileye shares, which have been wildly popular with institutional and tech investors, were down 9 percent to $44.81 in late morning, after ...

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  • Tesla Motors and SolarCity join forces thanks to $2.6 billion merger

    The company is ramping up the production of batteries for its cars as well as its Powerwall and Powerpack electricity storage devices at its $5 billion Gigafactory 1 facility in Nevada. Last month he unveiled a strategy to combine the clean energy auto maker with the solar panel installer. In a tweet, Musk emphasized that his privately held space venture, SpaceX, does not figure in the deal and would never merge with Tesla .

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  • The cost of Brexit: 250000 fewer jobs

    The cost of Brexit: 250000 fewer jobs

    All of the measures have scope for further action, including another cut to interest rates "close to, but a little above, zero" if incoming economic data proves broadly consistent with the Bank of England's new forecasts. Facebook rose 1.85 dollars (£1.41), or 1.5%, to 124.36 dollars (£94.89), and Broadcom gained 2.88 dollars (£2.19), or 1.8%, to 166.99 dollars (£127.42).

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  • Clinton amplía su ventaja sobre Trump a 8 puntos — VENEZUELA

    El empresario neoyorquino catalogó a Hillary Clinton de "peligrosa mentirosa", por lo cual, instó al pueblo estadounidense a respaldar su nominación. Desde entonces, Trump se enredó en una discusión de varios días con la familia de un soldado estadounidense que murió en acto de servicio en Irak y se enfrentó a los líderes del Partido Republicano debido a sus comentarios y por problemas en la dirección de su campaña .

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  • 25% de madres no amamanta a sus bebés

    Esta iniciativa no se realiza solo en Paraguay, sino que es replicada en 170 países del mundo con motivo de la Semana Mundial de la Lactancia Materna . Esparza Parada exhortó a todas las mujeres que actualmente estén amamantando a su bebé, que cuenten con suficiente leche y que gocen de buena salud a que sean donantes de leche humana y acudan al Banco de Leche del Hospital de la Mujer o en los lactarios de los tres Hospitales Generales en los municipios de Rincón de Romos, Clavillo y Pabellón ...

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  • Basketball: US all business in Rio opener against China

    Basketball: US all business in Rio opener against China

    China kept it close in the first few minutes, scoring the first basket of the game to lead 2-0 as the USA got warmed up. Argentina , who upset the U.S.to win the gold in 2004, boast three NBA players including two-time NBA All-Star Manu Ginobili, a member of that gold-medal team.

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  • Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) EVP Peter R. Moore Sells 10000 Shares

    Insider Activity: Corporate insiders look pessimistic about the outlook of the company stock that they seem to offload shares while they have 13.84 jumped so far this year. Benchmark Co. raised their target price on Electronic Arts from $82.64 to $93.80 and gave the company a "buy" rating in a research note on Monday, May 23rd.

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  • United States employment growth robust in July

    In July, despite its expectations that the job market would continue to strengthen, the Fed chose to leave the U.S. interest rates unchanged for the fifth time this year. Turning points are always harder to measure, and it seems like we're always turning. "This rate of job growth will not be sustained". Economists were expecting a gain of about 180,000 jobs last month.

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  • Nude photos raise questions about Melania Trump's immigration story

    The Republican nominee has made illegal immigration a key part of his campaign platform, and his wife often cites her path to United States citizenship in defence of his hard line. While it's true that she may be a "proud citizen" now, it doesn't mean that she strictly followed all the applicable laws to become one. On Thursday, Melania Trump's statement concluded: "In July 2006, I proudly became a USA citizen".

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  • John Kasich, Mitt Romney Endorse Paul Ryan for Congress

    While he did not entirely abandon his signature style of jumping from one topic to the next - including a tangent during which he explained his controversial comment about a crying baby at a recent rally - Trump spent more of his time on the stump than at any rally in recent weeks attacking Clinton.

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  • Donald Trump faces divided party in Midwestern battlegrounds

    Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos offered a blunt message ahead of the presidential nominee's arrival. By his side was running mate Mike Pence, who praised Trump's off the cuff style that's found the campaign in hot water. "If Hillary Clinton becomes president", he said at a rally in Iowa, "you will have really, in my opinion, the destruction of this country from within".

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  • Hillary Clinton to talk jobs during stop in Detroit on Thursday

    Hillary Clinton to talk jobs during stop in Detroit on Thursday

    The Clinton campaign on Sunday announced she will speak in MI but has not yet released details on the time or location. The Detroit News previously reported she is also expected at a big-ticket fundraiser Wednesday in Birmingham. Running mate Mike Pence visited MI two weeks ago. "The stakes in the election are high for working families and Clinton's plan to create jobs stands in stark contrast to Donald Trump's economic policies, which would be devastating to working families", the ...

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  • Trump Has Words For Clinton's 'Short Circuit'

    Oh well. Who among us hasn't slipped up before? "I'm hoping that the outcome of the election, which I am working hard to ensure [is] a victory, will send a clear message to our Republican friends that it is time for them to stop standing in the way of immigration reform".

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