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  • Iran executes nuclear scientist who cooperated with United States for treason

    He claimed that the United States had offered him a large sum of money to reveal details of Iran's nuclear program. Iran , the USA and five other world powers reached a landmark agreement a year ago, under which Iran will scale back its nuclear program to ensure it can not develop nuclear weapons, in exchange, the US would lift economic sanctions on the country.

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  • Community Shield win can 'kick-start Manchester United's season' - Shaw

    Community Shield win can 'kick-start Manchester United's season' - Shaw

    Speaking about his impact, Mourinho insists the club have finally got a big presence and character back in the changing room. I would be not ambitious if I say that we had a fantastic performance because it was not a fantastic performance. Vardy drew last-ditch tackles from Daley Blind and impressive United new boy Eric Bailly with trademark darting runs, while Shinji Okazaki glanced a header against the bar from a Marc Albrighton corner.

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  • Why you shouldn't mess with Michael Phelps summed up in one photo

    Read into it whatever you want, but we think Phelps was trying to telegraph a message to his rivals: "Don't mess with my medal count, or I will destroy you". He's still got three individual events, and will surely swim two more relays . Phelps, who turned 31 in June, is the oldest in terms of competitive swimming.

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  • Sharmila ends 16-year-long hunger strike

    This allowed officials to force-feed her. "It could be because of the fact that a few underground organisations have questioned the withdrawal of Ms. Why can't people see me as an ordinary person? "I want to join politics as I've been called the Iron lady of Manipur and I want to live up to that name", she said.

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  • Both Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte on US 4x200m freestyle relay squad

    The pair hadn't raced each other in a major championship final since those 2012 Games, and the tension almost bubbled over in the call room of the semifinal. American swimmer Katie Ledecky celebrates after winning the gold medal in the women's 200-meter freestyle on Tuesday. The 19-time Olympic gold medal victor posted the third-fastest time in his preliminary heat on Monday, good enough for fifth fastest overall and a spot in the semis.

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  • Women's gymnastics team final

    Women's gymnastics team final

    On Tuesday afternoon, the five-member USA women's Olympic team won the gold medal for artistic gymnastics team all-around by what felt like 1,000 points for the second year in a row. Fittingly it was Biles who performed the final routine of the night on the floor for the US. In other soccer action, the defending champion US women's soccer team takes on Columbia.

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  • Daughter of woman charged in social worker death in custody

    A Burlington police officer recognized Herring in a vehicle Monday afternoon and stopped the driver. Desiree Herring was jailed earlier this year for multiple convictions. Jody Herring has pleaded not guilty to charges she shot and killed social worker Lara Sobel and three of Herring's relatives on August 7, 2015. Desiree Herrings escape put the community on edge.

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  • First Zika case confirmed in the Keys

    But while Clinton cautioned that the public should not be "unduly" alarmed, she maintained that Zika is "something we need to take seriously". Florida now has the highest number of Zika cases in the country, but other states have incidents of Zika as well.

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  • Donald Trump says 'Second Amendment people' could stop Hillary Clinton's judicial nominations

    Trump was discussing the possibility that the Democratic nominee would be able to appoint liberal justices to the Supreme Court who would block gun rights if she wins the presidency. He says he feels pain for the family, "not as a candidate, not as a governor, just as a dad". "You should not in any way suggest that violence could be used in this political system.

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  • Donald Trump's Second Amendment remarks re-ignite his critics

    Donald Trump's Second Amendment remarks re-ignite his critics

    The Trump campaign, including Pierson, initially said Trump was talking about the power of pro-gun rights voters to keep Clinton out of office ― not referencing any concerns about violence at all. But Democrats called Trump's remarks another sign of a candidate unfit for the White House. Senator Elizabeth Warren lashed out at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday afternoon, calling him a "pathetic coward" who's upset because he's "losing to a girl".

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  • Erdogan califica de "histórica" la reunión con su "amigo" Putin

    El mandatario ruso ha destacado, además, que existe un entendimiento general de que la lucha contra el terrorismo será un elemento clave entre los dos países y debería ser parte de los principales temas a discutir. El líder turco hizo especial hincapié en el "apoyo moral" que supuso para él que Putin le llamara por teléfono al día siguiente de la asonada militar del 15 de julio.

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  • Michael Phelps goes for more gold in Rio

    Competing in an Olympic final is already a stressful endeavor. Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time , now has 19 golds , two silvers and two bronzes. "Should be a fun race", Phelps said . Held - the U.S.'s third leg - kept the lead up with a split of 47.73, leaving it to Usa anchor and class of 2011 alumnus Adrian to secure the red, white and blue's improbable victory.

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  • Baby with Zika virus may have been born in Berkeley

    Baby with Zika virus may have been born in Berkeley

    ABC7 reported Thursday , citing two unidentified sources, that one of the two babies was born at Alta Bates a few months ago. Mosquitoes that can carry the Zika virus has been found in 12 California counties, but the California Department of Public Health has no evidence that these mosquitoes are transmitting the Zika virus in the state.

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  • El legado de Kafka debe permanecer en el país — Tribunal de Israel

    El legado de Kafka debe permanecer en el país — Tribunal de Israel

    Luego de la invasión de Checoslovaquia por la Alemania nazi en 1939, Max Brod emigró a Palestina , llevándose con él los manuscritos. El Supremo rechazó una demanda interpuesta por las hijas de una heredera y antigua secretaria de Brod, Esther Hoffe , que argumentaban que habían recibido legalmente como parte de una herencia los manuscritos, que actualmente permanecen en cajas fuertes en Tel Aviv y en la ciudad suiza de Zúrich.

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  • Poll shows Clinton leading in Georgia: Is Alabama next?

    Poll shows Clinton leading in Georgia: Is Alabama next?

    At a rally Friday evening in Green Bay, Wis., Trump appeared uneasy as he read prepared remarks endorsing Ryan, but he grinned and flashed two thumbs up as the crowd cheered. Trump's approach to national security came under fire Friday as well, with former CIA Director Michael Morell contending the Republican nominee would make "a poor, even risky commander in chief".

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  • Meet Fu Yuanhui, The Most Lovable Athlete At The Rio Olympics

    Meet Fu Yuanhui, The Most Lovable Athlete At The Rio Olympics

    Fu said she never deliberately exaggerates her expressions. And many Chinese netizens have not been shy about showing their affection. Once again, straight out of the pool and standing before the television cameras, Fu had to be told by the interviewer that she had clocked a time of 58.95 seconds.

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  • Didn't go to Pakistan to have lunch: Rajnath Singh in Rajya Sabha

    The unrest in the valley has worsened the ties between the two countries, particularly after Pakistan's Kashmir rant, asking its diplomats to raise the dispute at global forums. We all saw how Pakistan failed to maintain protocol and how it treated Home Minister, we are one in condemning it, said Sharad Yadav. The minister, however, said he won't comment on whether the Pakistan government and ministers behaved "well with me, (but) I did what I had to do to uphold the dignity of our country".

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  • Indian activist Irom Sharmila ends 16-year long hunger strike

    Indian activist Irom Sharmila ends 16-year long hunger strike

    Photographer Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist has closely followed her journey in the past few years. She is on forcible nose feeding. Her mother Sakhi has refused to meet her while her elder brother I. Shortly after beginning her protest, Sharmila was charged with "attempting to commit suicide". "She will be able to play a more constructive role as an activist", she said.

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  • Turkey`s Erdogan accuses West of `supporting coup plotters`

    Turkey`s Erdogan accuses West of `supporting coup plotters`

    It is planned to close down the High Military Administrative Court and Military High Court of Appeals in Turkey, the TRT Haber news channel quoted the country's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim as saying Aug.2. About 18,000 people have been detained or arrested, most of them from the military, and authorities have said the purge will continue. Speaking Tuesday night in a live interview with CNN Turk, Yildirim said he withdrew the lawsuits Monday.

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  • Clinton urges US lawmakers on Zika bill

    State of Texas on Tuesday confirmed a Zika-related death of a newborn girl, the first of its kind in the country. John Hellerstedt, commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services, said that Zika's impact on unborn babies can be tragic, their central mission from the beginning has been to do everything they can to protect unborn babies from the devastating effects of Zika.

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  • Florida records 21 cases of locally-acquired Zika virus

    More than 7,300 Americans have been diagnosed with Zika, including 1,825 in the continental US and Hawaii, according to the CDC. "Zika's impact on unborn babies can be tragic, and our hearts are with this family", Dr. More than $26 million in state funds has been allocated to fight Zika in Florida. And in June, Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would have provided $1.1 billion in funding to fight Zika, accusing Republicans of filling the bill with unrelated and politically charged ...

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  • Clinton urges emergency action on Zika in Florida

    It's the second such death in the United States. . Clinton's running mate, Virginia Sen. Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) has urged Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to call a special session. The man is believed to have been infected with the virus while traveling overseas, although health officials have not specified where. Clinton's visit comes as Republicans and Democrats spar over funding that is needed to continue the fight against Zika.

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  • El discurso de Trump que sugiere usar la violencia contra Hillary Clinton

    Por cierto, si consigue elegir jueces no va a haber nada que podamos hacer, aunque para la gente de (que defiende) la Segunda Enmienda quizá sí que hay algo (que pueden hacer). Hillary Clinton apoya algunas nuevas restricciones a la propiedad de armas, pero no subvertir la enmienda. Pero minutos después, la oficina de campaña de Hillary Clinton y un grupo externo que respalda su candidatura criticaron las declaraciones del multimillonario empresario calificándolas como un intento de ...

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  • Veiled Threat on the Campaign Trail?

    And that has got a large section of the USA media jumping around wondering if it is not an incitement for angry gun-owners to do more than just write to their congressman. "#NeverHillary ", the group tweeted . The second tweet read, "But there IS something we will do on #ElectionDay: Show up and vote for the #2A!" " Donald Trump lacks the basic values Texans expect of our leaders and of each other", Angle wrote in an email.

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  • Daesh appoints new leader for Boko Haram

    Daesh appoints new leader for Boko Haram

    Experts have confirmed the voice is Shekau's. Analysts said the rift opened up a new and risky chapter of Nigerian-born terrorism as both factions could now compete to outdo each other. According the the wire service, a senior USA general said in June that the group "had fractured internally, with a big group splitting away from Shekau over his failure to adhere to guidance from Islamic State ".

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  • Turkish, Russian presidents' meeting may worry West

    The dispute put two major joint energy projects on hold - the TurkStream gas pipeline across the Black Sea and the Akkuyu nuclear plant being built by Russia's Rosatom in Turkey . Erdogan apologized in June, setting the stage for today's meeting, which is his first foreign visit since last month's attempted coup. The meeting between Erdogan and Vladimir Putin comes just a month after a failed coup attempt in Turkey .

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