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  • Fire Kills At Least 13 In France Birthday Party

    Fire Kills At Least 13 In France Birthday Party

    France is in shock after 13 people died and six more were injured when fire ripped through a bar in northern France, turning a birthday party to tragedy. According to ITV News , a senior French police official said they were poisoned by a toxic mix of gases released by the burning plastic. The fire was caused by the explosion in the basement, said a public prosecutor.

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  • Harper out of Nationals' lineup vs. Indians with stiff neck

    Harper out of Nationals' lineup vs. Indians with stiff neck

    Harper has had an uncharacteristically mediocre year from the dish, slashing.233/.374/.438 with a.342 wOBA in 449 plate appearances, contributing to just a 0.65 nERD. The Nationals appear to be playing it safe given their sizeable lead atop the NL East and Harper's value in the short and long term. Asked if Harper's been able to do anything the past few days, Baker said, "Well, he was trying to do it before, so we suggest that he shut it down because he could be making it worse".

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  • American, Australian kidnapped in Kabul

    Both the American and Australian embassies confirmed their citizens were involved, but did not provide further details. Two foreigners were abducted in the western part of Kabul on Sunday evening local time, the city's police chief told CNN .

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  • Judge Considers Adult Charges in High School Student's Homicide

    Judge Considers Adult Charges in High School Student's Homicide

    The defendant, charged with criminally negligent homicide and conspiracy, is accused of repeatedly hitting 16-year-old Joyner-Francis in a premeditated attack April 21 at Wilmington's Howard High School of Technology. She went into cardiac arrest shortly after. A medical examiner said Joyner-Francis, 16, had a pre-existing heart condition, but that she was a victim of homicide.

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  • Olympics shambles: Rio marred by further controversy

    According to the report, the IWF will distribute the eight places reserved for Russian athletes elsewhere. But there was a surprise as wrestling excluded just one Russian, despite the sport being shown to have had 28 tests manipulated as drug-taking was covered up on an unprecedented scale.

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  • Wireless fiber - Google Fiber re-thinks plans as it considers wireless alternative

    Wireless fiber - Google Fiber re-thinks plans as it considers wireless alternative

    Local leaders in San Jose, however, continue to put up a fearless face, and even released an official statement, saying that they remain "very optimistic" about Google's high-speed internet service eventually coming to the city. "They were offered a transfer to San Diego to work on an unrelated project", the Mercury News report said. Google Fiber has been slowly rolling out to more cities across the United States, with six cities already supported and possibly dozens more in the pipeline, ...

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  • Expertos en seguridad nacional critican a Trump — LO ULTIMO

    Expertos en seguridad nacional critican a Trump — LO ULTIMO

    El candidato republicano a la Casa Blanca , Donald Trump, parece haber ganado a un miembro de la familia Bush para su causa. Bush , comisionado de tierras en Texas , hizo estas declaraciones el pasado sábado en una reunión de activistas, a través del diario Texas Tribune .

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  • Trump slammed for comments about Clinton, Second Amendment

    Trump slammed for comments about Clinton, Second Amendment

    Hillary Clinton's campaign promised on Monday night that the candidate will participate in the three debates, saying that Trump's complaints about the process are "concerning". "I like the Hillary protesters, they are so nice and quiet", Trump said. "You have the power to campaign against her". "Speaking to the NRA folks - who are great", Trump said.

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  • Erdogan visita a Putin este martes

    Está previsto que las autoridades turcas expongan las sensibilidades del país sobre la cuestión del fallido intento de golpe, subrayó el diario Hurriyet Daily News . Image copyright Reuters Image caption El rally fue el clímax de tres semanas seguidas de manifestaciones realizadas por los simpatizantes de Erdogan .

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  • Donald Trump suggests gun owners could do something about Hillary Clinton

    This is unusual, says the Times, as donors usually donate pretty heavily to the party's nominee once their choice drops out and Trump has received money from the smallest number of party donors than any candidate since 1980. "And this year, they will be voting in record numbers, and it won't be for Hillary Clinton, it will be for Donald Trump." said Jason Miller, Senior Communications Advisor.

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  • Phelps avanza segundo a la final de 200m mariposa

    Phelps avanza segundo a la final de 200m mariposa

    El nadador estadounidense Michael Phelps ha ganado con el relevo estadounidense de 4×100 libres su medalla de oro número 19 y la número 23 en toda su historia como competidor de los Juegos Olímpicos . Por su parte, la estadounidense Missy Franklin, campeona del Mundo de la distancia en Barcelona en 2013, tuvo un discretísimo arranque de competición y accedió a las semifinales con el duodécimo mejor tiempo -1:57.12-, tras concluir cuarta en su serie.

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  • Google worker found dead in 'horrific' circumstances

    Google worker found dead in 'horrific' circumstances

    Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said Marcotte's family was "devastated" after meeting with them. Marcotte, originally from Leominster, Massachusetts, lived in New York City and worked as an account manager at Google. "She was just sweet and gentle and kind and smart, remarkably so", he said. "Vanessa Marcotte was a much loved member of the Google team, working in our NY office for the previous year and a half, and known for her ubiquitous smile, passion for volunteer ...

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  • Quiso estacionar y se subió a una Ferrari de 300.000 dólares

    Quiso estacionar y se subió a una Ferrari de 300.000 dólares

    Nadie resultó lastimado en el percance, excepto el bolsillo de la responsable del tonto accidente, pues el Ferrari sufrió serias raspaduras en la parte delantera. La policía del condado de Fairfax asistió a los involucrados a intercambiar información de los vehículos pero se dio a conocer que no se han levantado cargos contra la autora del hecho.

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  • The Zika Situation Gets Worse in Florida

    According to a statement Tuesday from Gov. Rick Scott's office, the Florida Department of Health still believes active transmissions are only happening within a 1-square-mile area in Miami's Wynwood arts district. Zika often causes no symptoms, but is particularly unsafe for pregnant women because it can lead to the birth defect microcephaly, in which infants are born with unusually small heads and deformed brains.

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  • El Papa condenó el "brutal acto de violencia sin sentido" en Pakistán

    El suicida detonó una bomba en el Hospital Civil de Quetta, donde había sido llevado poco antes el presidente de la Asociación de Abogados de Baluchistan, Bilal Anwar Kasi, tras ser asesinado a tiros por hombres sin identificar. "Esta mañana un muyahidín mató al presidente de la Asociación de Abogados de Baluchistán y después mató a muchos abogados y funcionarios que protestaban por su muerte", afirmó en un correo electrónico enviado a los medios la organización, responsable del ataque en un ...

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  • Putin: 'painstaking work' needed to rebuild Russia-Turkey trade

    Erdogan said during the joint press conference that Turkey meant to strengthen relations with Russia in the defense sector, reported Russian government-owned news agency TASS. Putin added that he and Erdogan would have a separate discussion on Syria later Tuesday involving top military and intelligence officials to search for common ground in the crisis, where Moscow and Ankara have backed the opposing sides.

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  • Repatrían a 97 cubanos interceptados en alta mar

    Repatrían a 97 cubanos interceptados en alta mar

    Nota de prensa de la Dirección de Asuntos Consulares y de Cubanos Residentes en el Exterior del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Cuba. "Esas personas salieron de Cuba legalmente hacia diferentes países de América Latina y el Caribe, cumpliendo los requisitos establecidos por las regulaciones migratorias cubanas", señaló el comunicado divulgado por medios oficiales este domingo.

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  • European stocks rise on BoE boost, ahead of U.S. data

    Bank Wealth Management in Portland, Oregon. Although all nine members of the BOE's Monetary Policy Committee backed a rate cut, three voted against government bond purchases, arguing it would be wiser to wait for more data to determine what extra stimulus is needed.

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  • La noche de los bolsos José López planeaba fugarse en avión

    La noche de los bolsos José López planeaba fugarse en avión

    Según este hipótesis, López planteaba fugarse desde el aeropuerto de San Fernando. La Policía informó que hubo dos aviones estacionados en el hangar de esa zona entre el 13 de junio y la madrugada del ex segundo de Julio de Vido. El hangar es de Aviación Atlántico Sur SA, de Walter Adriano Zanzot. Además, Zanzot figura como dueño de la empresa de taxis aéreos Top Air, que se sospecha que es propiedad de Lázaro Báez, y el juez federal Sebastián Casanello ya lo procesó por lavado de dinero.

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  • Portland police arrest armed man who watched precinct for months

    Portland police arrest armed man who watched precinct for months

    Crowl began filming the officers on his phone and said he had "sent a letter to the precinct.to inform them that (he) is going to be filming, following and watching officers at the precinct", the affidavit said. Finding none, officers turned their attention to his vehicle. They searched his vehicle and weapons including a 5.56 rifle, 12 gauge shotgun, two 9mm handguns, 100 round 5.56 magazine drum, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, handheld radios, a police scanner, camouflage clothes and ...

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  • Micron Introduces Mobile 3D NAND Solution for Next-Generation Smartphones

    Micron Introduces Mobile 3D NAND Solution for Next-Generation Smartphones

    Eventually 3D NAND technology could make it possible to squeeze far more storage capacity into smartphone-sized chips. It's already started sampling the product and and said it will be widely available by the end of this year. A smaller die enables a tiny memory packaging footprint which can free up space for additional mobile battery size or enable smaller form factor devices.

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  • Trump Appears To Suggest 'Second Amendment' Could Stop Clinton

    Arguing that the candidate's words were inaccurately portrayed by the "dishonest media", campaign officials said Trump simply sought to highlight the support he has received from Second Amendment supporters. "This is simple - what Trump is saying is unsafe", said Robby Mook, Clinton's campaign manager. The second read: "But there IS something we will do on #ElectionDay: Show up and vote for the #2A!" Campaigning in Pennsylvania, Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov.

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  • 'The Final Five', Women's Gymnastics: Team USA Reveals New Nickname

    'The Final Five', Women's Gymnastics: Team USA Reveals New Nickname

    It was all part of their strategy, Raisman explained in a pre-Olympic interview. "I felt like I was going to pass out and then I had to tap", she said. In the next Games, gymnastics teams will have only 4 people on them. Russian Federation slipped to third. After the score was announced, the women huddled together and cheered in unison, "We are the Final Five! ".

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  • Coach fired for praying sues Washington school district

    Coach fired for praying sues Washington school district

    The Texas-based First Liberty Institute filed the lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Tacoma. "Bremerton School District's actions violate Coach Kennedy's First Amendment rights to free speech and free exercise, as well as his rights under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of religion", said Kennedy's attorneys in the complaint.

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  • Woman attacked while walking dog on Redmond trail

    The 42-year-old Redmond woman was walking her dog on the trail about 7 p.m. near the 5100 block of Lake Sammamish Parkway Northeast when a man emerged out of some bushes and grabbed her, according to the King County Sheriff's Office. The attacker then ran off. The victim had severe injuries to her face, and a broken arm. She was taken to Overlake Hospital in Bellevue for treatment.

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  • The people have spoken: Thailand polls for 2017

    However, he promised to announce the next steps to be taken in a nationwide TV broadcast once he has received the official referendum result from the EC expected on Wednesday. The draft constitution proposed for approval in the referendum yesterday will be the 21st or 22nd since 1932 - something of a world record. The new charter could pave the way for polls next year.

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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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  • Putin Submits Accord to Damascus for Russian Air Force Deployment to Syria

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has submitted to the State Duma a draft agreement between Russia and Syria on the indefinite deployment of the aviation group of the Russian armed forces at Hmeymim airbase (Latakia Province). The composition of the Russian aviation group is to be determined by the Russian side in coordination with the Syrian side. In mid-March 2016, Putin ordered to start withdrawing the main part of the Russian Aerospace Forces' group from Syria.

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  • Los activistas de la Unpacu deponen su huelga de hambre

    Los activistas de la Unpacu deponen su huelga de hambre

    Añadió que "no quería abandonar la huelga", pero había entendido que "la vanidad o la necedad sin ningún tipo de propósito no sirve de nada". De manera que decidió retirar el ayuno y el primer lugar que visitó tras su hospitalización fue la sede principal de la Unpacu en Santiago de Cuba para "agradecer el apoyo" de los otros huelguistas.

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