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  • Los fanáticos de Juan Gabriel abarrotaron Garibaldi en …

    Los fanáticos de Juan Gabriel abarrotaron Garibaldi en …

    Juan Gabriel , cuyo verdadero nombre era Alberto Aguilera Valadez , nació el 7 de enero de 1950 en Parácuaro , un pueblo del estado occidental de Michoacán, pero de niño su familia se mudó a Ciudad Juárez , en Chihuahua, donde fue internado en un orfanato porque su madre no podía mantenerlo.

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  • Palacio de Bellas Artes quedó listo para despedir a Juan Gabriel / FOTOS

    Palacio de Bellas Artes quedó listo para despedir a Juan Gabriel / FOTOS

    Duarte indicó que los restos del compositor, acompañados de su familia, llegarán a El Paso, Texas, y cruzaran a Ciudad Juárez por el puente Santa Fe hasta su casa y posteriormente se oficiará una misa frente al domicilio. "Ya el maestro había acercado una cantidad importante de sus distintos utensilios, vestimentas, discos y que la familia determinará la manera en que quede organizado y plasmado ese museo".

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  • Study finds dogs can understand human-talk by word and tone

    Study finds dogs can understand human-talk by word and tone

    To find out how dogs process human speech, researchers trained a group of 13 extraordinarily patient pooches (a mix of border collies, golden retrievers, Chinese cresteds, and German shepherds) to lay motionless in an MRI machine. But the really cool part is that they could actually distinguish between words, even when they were spoken with the same intonation. Scientists have used brain scans to determine that dogs can in fact understand what humans say as well as how they say it.

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  • Acid attack at Sydney gay bar

    Acid attack at Sydney gay bar

    Police have arrested a 62-year-old man in relation to the crime. The club, Aarows , states that it is " Sydney's premier health, recreation & social center where safe sex is permitted regardless of gender". The suspect has been granted conditional bail and would be arraigned before the Parramatta Local Court on September 20. No-one was hurt following the incident as the dispensers had been fitted with alarms after previous attempts to tamper with them.

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  • Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater Injures Knee, Out for Season

    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater went down during a non-contact play during team drills Tuesday afternoon. It was an attempt to put some perspective on an otherwise terrible situation for a long-tortured franchise. In the short-term, however, this was catastrophic for the Vikings, a team many believed was on the verge of being a true Super Bowl contender if Bridgewater continued to develop like he had been in what would have been his third National Football League season.

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  • Clinton camp raises record $143 million in August

    Trump was viewed unfavorably among women by 65 percent to 33 percent. Donald is running for president as an expert deal maker, but the polls are showing that it is Hillary Clinton who is closing the deal with American voters. But numerous millions came from some of the wealthiest and most powerful Democrats in the country who met with Clinton in private homes "from Greenwich, Conn., to Nantucket, Mass., to Beverly Hills, Calif.", according to the Washington Post.

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  • Junior doctors to strike every month until Christmas

    The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges - led by 22 of the country's most senior doctors - said it was "disappointed" at the plans. A spokesman said: "We are acutely aware that the NHS is under extreme pressure at the moment". No doctor wants to be in this position, but we don't really have any other option. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the walkouts would see 100,000 operations and around one million appointments affected, and described it as "a devastating strike, the like of which ...

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  • Stop playing politics: May goes on the attack over junior doctor strikes

    What do you think of the junior doctors' strike? The strikes will take place between the hours of 8am and 5pm for five days between Monday September 12 and Friday September 16, the BMA said. But when asked whether he planned to resign on the Today programme this morning, Hunt responded by comparing himself to former Health Secretary Nye Bevan.

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  • Trump revives hardline immigration stance in Phoenix speech

    Trump again vowed that Mexico would pay for construction of a "great border wall" between the two countries. President Enrique Pena Nieto had on Wednesday afternoon hailed as "open and constructive" the impromptu meeting he held with Trump, who later referred to the Mexican leader as his friend and a "wonderful" president.

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  • 24 heroin overdoses reported in 1 day in Louisville

    24 heroin overdoses reported in 1 day in Louisville

    Emergency rooms in Louisville were busy over night as a rash of people overdosing on heroin came in. Doctors said the batch of heroin is laced with fentanyl and is deadly. "Cincinnati was able to identify that they had carfentanyl-laced heroin. If we were to also see that we had carfentantyl-laced heroin, we could probably make the assumption that it's coming from the same place, although it would be an assumption", Webb said.

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  • Apple Boss: €13bn EU Tax Ruling 'Maddening'

    Apple Boss: €13bn EU Tax Ruling 'Maddening'

    Tim Cook told Irish state network RTE in an interview broadcast Thursday that the money, part of profits from 2014, should be brought back to the US next year. It may not be illegal to pick Ireland to act as the base for your European headquarters but it can become an issue when Ireland decides to hand out tax benefits to a certain enterprise specifically like they did with Apple .

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  • Manchin Opts Against Signing Dem Senate Letter Slamming Daughter's EpiPen Price Hike

    Manchin Opts Against Signing Dem Senate Letter Slamming Daughter's EpiPen Price Hike

    The generic version of the drug is set to be released in September. The site crunched the numbers and determined that selling a generic EpiPen pack might net Mylan $26 more than a sale of its branded product. The Food and Drug Administration keeps track of all the authorized generics that the makers of original branded products have created. That raises the question of whether consumers will actually pay less for the generic version, said Walid Gellad, who heads the Center for ...

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  • SpaceX Rocket Carrying Facebook's First Satellite Explodes On Launchpad

    There were no injuries. He reported that the rocket was about five minutes from an engine hotfire test when the explosion and a number of secondary explosions occurred. By evening the fire was out, but the pad was going to remain off-limits until Friday morning as a precaution, the Air Force said. Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, who is meeting with entrepreneurs and developers in Africa this week, previously said the company is exploring ways to use aircraft and satellites to ...

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  • Florida finds first local mosquitoes with Zika virus

    The Florida agriculture department has tested more than 2,470 mosquito samples since May, and these were the first to test positive for Zika, officials said. "Over time, we expect Zika cases to emerge from more areas", Singapore's Minister for Health Gan Kim Yong said. The WHO, which declared Zika an worldwide public health emergency, was holding a regular meeting of its Zika emergency committee on Thursday to review the spread of the disease.

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  • Germany accuses Fiat of using illegal emissions device - govt documents

    Government labs are said to have found enough evidence to support the accusations of "illegal use of a device to switch off exhaust treatment systems". A spokeswoman for the European Commission said she wasn't aware of the letter, but understood "the dialogue between Germany and Italy is ongoing". Germany's auto watchdog KBA began testing vehicles of several carmakers after the diesel emissions scandal that engulfed Volkswagen, Europe's biggest auto manufacturer.

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  • ObamaCare coverage options disappearing across country, report finds

    ObamaCare coverage options disappearing across country, report finds

    The Center for American Progress, a think tank aligned with the Clinton campaign, estimates 24 million people will lose coverage by 2021 if the law is repealed and says the Republican replacement will not fill that hole. We note that existing subsidies, even with premium hikes, reduce the costs of insurance for qualified applicants. Mondy said Cigna will continue to offer plans "off-exchange" (and ineligible for federal subsidies).

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  • Zika found in mosquitoes in Miami Beach

    Putnam said in a statement today. There are now 2,722 cases of Zika virus confirmed in the continental USA, as well as another 14,110 in American territories, according to the CDC's most recent update published Wednesday . To figure out where Zika might gain a future foothold, researchers examined patterns of people traveling from infected regions in the Americas to Africa and Asia and combined that with an assessment of local conditions, including mosquito populations.

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  • Rapid CIty gathering shows support for pipeline protesters

    Rapid CIty gathering shows support for pipeline protesters

    They say the pipeline and its construction would damage ancestral sites of the Standing Rock Sioux and put the tribe's water supply at risk. Army Corps of Engineers to reassess the pipeline and rescind approval for its construction. Native American and environmentalist groups have been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline citing concerns about water quality. The pipeline will begin near Stanley, North Dakota, in the Bakken oil fields and end in Patoka, Illinois.

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  • Zika outbreak: It's official. Mosquitoes found to be carrying virus in Florida

    Zika outbreak: It's official. Mosquitoes found to be carrying virus in Florida

    The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said in a statement that three mosquito samples from a small area in the county's Miami Beach tested positive for Zika. A journalist takes images of a presentation on the Zika virus at a press conference in Hyderabad on February 3, 2016. Dr. Hata adds, "We also can not afford to forget about the possibility of dengue fever, which is another advantage to the panel approach of offering the Zika MAC-ELISA alongside a dengue IgM ...

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  • Zika-Carrying Mosquitoes Found in Florida

    Of the countries with the largest at risk populations, the authors suggest that India, the Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, Vietnam, Pakistan, and Bangladesh might be most vulnerable to impact due to their limited per capita health resources (figure 3).

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  • Ward rushes for two touchdowns as Falcons jolt Jaguars

    Ward rushes for two touchdowns as Falcons jolt Jaguars

    Quarterback Matt Ryan took the Falcons' first snap, handing off to Devonta Freeman, and then both left for good. Jaguars vs Falcons live stream online is available on NFL Game Pass. Rookie wide receiver Devin Fuller was recently placed on the season-ending injury reserve meaning that both J.D. McKissic and Eric Weems will likely secure roster positions.

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  • Japan hunts for 17 missing after strong typhoon

    Japan hunts for 17 missing after strong typhoon

    The bodies found close to the nursing home are believed to be its residents, who were all over 70 years old. Japan's NHK national broadcaster said authorities have found two more bodies in another town in Iwate. In the Yamanecho district of Kuji, a woman in her 80s was found dead inside a flooded house. The government sent Self-Defense Forces to help in the rescue and cleanup of the damage caused by the typhoon.

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  • Anti-burkini law would be 'unconstitutional': French minister

    Anti-burkini law would be 'unconstitutional': French minister

    The court decision was just an initial ruling and more detailed judgment would arrive in future related to the legal issues in wearing burkinis. "If not legal actions could be taken" against those towns. It's being strongly championed by Nicolas Sarkozy too, who calculates that it will really strengthen his bid to take back the presidency in 2017. The CCIF greeted the State Council's verdict with "great relief", condemning mayors imposing the bans for damaging national cohesion.

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  • Here's what eating late at night could do to your body

    Here's what eating late at night could do to your body

    Researchers found that eating dinner late had the most significant impact on overnight blood pressure. Dr Özpelit advised that people do not skip breakfast, eat lunch, and keep dinner to a small meal. Dr Özpelit said: "If we eat late at night, the body essentially remains on high alert as during the day, rather than relaxing for sleep". "With the advent of affordable artificial lighting and industrialization, modern humans began to experience prolonged hours of illumination every day and ...

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  • Trump doubles-down on deporting illegal immigrants

    In Thursday's statement, Johnson also pointed to what many analysts say is the core problem with the United States' immigration system - a quota system that makes it hard for people to come here legally. "They're going to leave the country, self-deport or be removed, and there's no guarantee that they will return", Aguilar said. Kaine told Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie that even if Trump's account is accurate, it showed he "folded under pressure" and "didn't have the backbone" to discuss ...

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  • Fla. finds Zika virus in U.S. mosquito for first time

    In Tennessee, no mosquitoes have tested positive for the virus, but data compiled by the Wall Street Journal showed certain areas of Tennessee, including Nashville, are prone to Zika infected mosquitoes. One case in Harvey Crescent is nearer to Changi Airport. Since February, the virus has spread throughout the state, with new cases emerging in Pinellas and Palm Beach counties.

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