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  • Man Shot and Killed While Playing Pokemon Go

    Calvin Riley, 20, was playing Pokemon GO at Aquatic Park near the popular tourist destination around 10 p.m. on August 6, when he was gunned down, according to Sgt. Working at a youth summer camp, Riley was so good with kids that Klein invited him to be a coach for the program, a job that was going to start on Monday.

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  • Hurt by the Delta outage? Here's what you can do

    TRAVELLERS on Delta Air Lines endured hundreds more cancelled and delayed flights on Tuesday as the carrier slogged through day two of its recovery from a global computer outage. Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian apologized to customers on a video posted on the company's website and said Delta was working around the clock to restore its systems.

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  • She fought boys in the favelas, now wins gold in Rio

    She fought boys in the favelas, now wins gold in Rio

    Robert Scheidt won the second race in the Laser class. Serena Williams of the United States prepares to shoot an autographed ball into the tribune after defeating France's Alize Cornet in the women's tennis competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday.

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  • What to watch at the Rio Games on Wednesday

    What to watch at the Rio Games on Wednesday

    And with Romania, which had medaled at every one since 1976, failing to qualify for these Olympics, the US, which also has won the last three world championship titles, is now alone at the top. No serious mishaps for the Americans on the sometimes perilous beam. When Hernandez was introduced to the crowd, Raisman nudged her and told her to wave, which the 16-year-old did with a toothy smile.

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  • Trump suggests 'Second Amendment people' could stop Clinton

    He then referred to one possible way Clinton might be stopped: "Although (with) the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know". At a rally hours later in Fayetteville, Trump said the Second Amendment was "under siege", but refrained from any further suggestion.

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  • Tesla Model 3 Edges Closer to Reality

    United States carmaker Tesla disappointed with its second quarter results as it recorded a $ 293m loss for the period compared to previous year. Tesla's plans seem aggressive, considering that mid-2017 is when the company wanted to begin production of the first mass-market auto, the Model 3 .

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  • 1 dead, 2 critical after underground storage fall in Phoenix

    1 dead, 2 critical after underground storage fall in Phoenix

    CBS Phoenix affiliate KPHO-TV reports William Tyron, a 61-year-old veterinarian, fell in first and died later as a result of the accident. The other men are Christian Silaghi, 33, and Juan Pablo Garcia, whose age is not known. A meter showed the oxygen level to be just 4 percent at the bottom of the hole. A typical reading would be around 20 percent. When he did not come back up, a second man went down to rescue him.

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  • 24 hospitalized in drug overdose at OH music festival

    24 hospitalized in drug overdose at OH music festival

    A MI man has been arrested on a felony drug-trafficking charge after 24 concertgoers became ill from eating THC-laced sweets at a rap music festival in Richland County Saturday night. A witness began taking pictures of a man as he tossed packets of THC-laced candy into the crowd , and the photos were forwarded to law enforcement, who identified him as Gross, the Mansfield newspaper reported.

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  • Tiendas en Colombia venderán tiquetes terrestres

    Tiendas en Colombia venderán tiquetes terrestres

    La iniciativa busca facilitar los procesos de compra de los pasajes mediante puntos de venta electrónicos ubicados en las tiendas del país, lo que ayudará a mitigar las largas filas que se presentan en los terminales, especialmente en época de vacaciones.

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  • Conocerán diputados el jueves propuesta del nuevo Modelo Educativo

    Conocerán diputados el jueves propuesta del nuevo Modelo Educativo

    El titular de la SEP explicó que el diálogo con la CNTE continúa a fin de llegar a soluciones pacíficas y ordenadas. Apuntó que confía en que los acuerdos entre la Secretaría de Gobernación y la CNTE , -cuyo contenido se desconoce-, no signifiquen hacer a un lado lo fundamental, que es atender el nuevo modelo educativo que permitirá tener un sistema con calidad.

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  • Turkish companies may soon resume Work on Russian markets

    Turkish companies may soon resume Work on Russian markets

    The fund's Chairman Kirill Dmitriev will also participate in the meeting scheduled today in the Russian city of Saint Petersburg between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. After the Turkish Air Force shot down a Russian jet that violated Turkish airspace over the Turkey-Syria border last November, relations between the two countries soured, until the issue seemed largely resolved on June 29 through a letter and subsequent telephone calls ...

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  • Phelps se cuelga su oro olímpico número 19

    El nadador de los Estados Unidos Michael Phelps se volvió el blanco de los cibernautas luego de que un gesto suyo no pasara desapercibido durante la trasmisión de los Juegos Olímpicos Río 2016. "Le mostré el video del 2012 a los muchachos en la habitación los otros días" para motivarlos, indicó. Por ahora son 23, y 19 de ellas doradas. "Es bueno que estos chicos se emocionen".

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  • Investigators Head to Ferris Wheel Accident at Tennessee Fair

    Police say one of three people who fell from a Ferris wheel during a county fair in Tennessee suffered a head injury and remains hospitalized in serious condition. The company that runs the midway will have 24 hours to file a report with state regulators and undergo the third-party inspection. He said the ride eventually stopped after people on the ground began screaming at the ride operators.

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  • American, Australian professors abducted in Kabul by gunmen

    There has been no claim of responsibility. "Three women, two children and a man were among the killed". Both the USA and the Australian officials said they can't give more precise details because of "privacy" concerns. The United States in May warned its citizens in Afghanistan of a "very high" kidnapping risk after an American narrowly escaped abduction in the heart of Kabul .

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  • No Man's Sky uses different servers for PS4 and PC

    No Man's Sky has been in development for five years now and it finally released on PS4 today. To test this theory, reddit user TheGalacticCactus chose to team up with another player as they both livestreamed their game on Twitch. While the title offers a generally visually consistent experience, it looks to have some issues when landing on newly discovered planets. Though Hello Games has previously said that - given the sheer size of the universe - it would be extremely rare for ...

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  • Next Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Game Arrives

    Next Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Game Arrives

    Having asked in a straightforward manner if Xbox 360 title Blue Dragon was being worked on for Backwards Compatibility on Xbox One, the answer was the best a fan could ask for. However, it's only $15 if you don't. Either way, hopefully Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon backwards compatibility will allow many players that didn't get to play the expansion when it first came out, especially considering Trials of the Blood Dragon only came out on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC around a month ago.

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  • Rusia y Turquía acuerdan hoja de ruta para normalizar operaciones

    Putin respondió a su colega que Rusia " siempre se manifiesta categóricamente contra cualquier intento de actuar inconstitucionalmente ". El jefe del Kremlin destacó que la reunión con Erdogan "tiene una gran importancia para el futuro de las relaciones ruso-turcas", pero admitió que ambos países tiene "un arduo trabajo por delante para reanimar la cooperación económica y comercial ".

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  • Se reúnen Erdogan y Putin para relanzar relaciones

    El presidente de Turquía, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, viaja este martes a San Petersburgo con el fin de sostener una reunión con su homólogo de Rusia, Vladímir Putin. Erdogan recordó que Turquía lleva 43 años llamando a la puerta de la UE sin éxito, mientras que otros países han ingresado: "Solo Turquía ha sido tratada así", dijo el mandatario, que estimó que la UE "abre capítulos" nuevos a la adhesión "sin que las negociaciones comiencen nunca".

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  • Putin, Erdogan vow to mend rift between countries

    The shooting down of a Russian fighter jet by a Turkish F-16 over the Syrian border previous year saw a furious Mr Putin slap economic sanctions on Turkey and launch a blistering war of words that seemed to irrevocably damage burgeoning ties.

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  • Olympics-Games bus hit by gunfire, no one seriously hurt

    Olympics-Games bus hit by gunfire, no one seriously hurt

    Rio 2016 spokesman Mario Andrade said the cause of the attack remains unknown. On Monday (NZT Tuesday), a Rio Olympics media bus, driving above the speed limit, hit a speed bump injuring three reporters travelling inside it, with one being taken to hospital.

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  • Erdogan: Russian-Turkish relations set on positive track

    The summit in St. Petersburg is aimed at ending a period of high tension and trade sanctions after Turkey downed a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian border last November - an act described by Putin as a "stab in the back". Russians have been absent from Turkey's beaches this summer because of travel restrictions imposed during a freeze in relations. Before leaving Turkey, Mr Erdogan referred to President Putin as his "friend" and said he wanted to open a new page in relations with ...

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  • Unicef worries about children in Syria's Aleppo

    The latest civilian deaths come as rebels press an assault meant to break a government siege of opposition-held Aleppo that began on July 17 and has raised fears of a humanitarian crisis. Russia's defence ministry said on Monday the Mi-8 military transport helicopter had been shot down after delivering humanitarian aid to the city of Aleppo as it made its way back to Russia's main air base in the western province of Latakia.

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  • Fethullah Gulen: Was He Really Behind the Coup in Turkey?

    Earlier on Thursday , Erdogan said the government will continue to go after businesses linked to Gulen and his Hizmat movement, which is banned in Turkey. More specifically, Anadolu said the court based the arrest warrant on accusations that the coup plotters tried to assassinate Erdogan, kidnapped Chief of Staff Gen.

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  • Olympics: Serena Williams wins opening match

    Williams made 37 unforced errors, including eight double-faults - five in one game. Japan's fourth seed Kei Nishikori wrapped up the day with a 7-6 (7/4), 6-4 win over Australia's John Millman. Svitolina, who will face Czech Republic's Petra Kvitova in the quarter-finals, was over the moon with her first victory in five meetings over the 22-times grand slam singles victor.

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  • Indian activist ends 16-year hunger strike

    Her lawyer, Khaidem Mani, had previously fought the charge in court by arguing that a hunger strike is not a crime, citing Mahatma Gandhi's strike as an example of peaceful protest. "I will never forget this moment", she said . For years, she has exchanged letters with Desmond Coutinho, a Goa-based British citizen who has also met her.

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  • Maratónica sesión del Senado para definir mandato de D. Rousseff

    También desfilaron los atletas de esos infiernos terrenales llamados Iraq (con 23 participantes) Siria (4), Sudán del Sur (2), Yemen (2) y Afganistán (1), cuya presencia en los Juegos resulta sorprendente no sólo por el hecho de que estaban ahí sino por la circunstancia de que hayan querido estar ahí , de cualquier manera, a pesar de todos los pesares y desafiando la condena de la adversidad.

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  • Hard Knocks: When does 2016 Rams show start?

    Hard Knocks: When does 2016 Rams show start?

    Storylines will likely include first overall pick and quarterback Jared Goff as he fights for the starting position, the disappearance and odd case of running back Tre Mason and some insight into the release of quarterback Nick Foles. The presence of superstar running back Todd Gurley should take a great deal of pressure off whoever wins the starting job, but if the Rams are looking to max out the excitement level in their first season back in L.A., there is no question Goff would be the ...

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