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  • EEUU autoriza vender armamento a Arabia Saudí por 1150 millones de dólares

    EEUU autoriza vender armamento a Arabia Saudí por 1150 millones de dólares

    La compañía General Dynamics será el contratista principal de dicha transacción, precisa este martes la Agencia de Cooperación de Seguridad de Defensa del Pentágono (ACSP) en un comunicado. que ha sido y continúa siendo un factor importante para la estabilidad política de Oriente Medio. Esta venta ha recibido la luz verde de Washington en un momento crucial para Riad, que lidera una coalición militar en el conflicto de Yemen, al lado de las Fuerzas yemeníes leales al presidente en el ...

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  • Rod Blagojevich Gets No Break In Sentence

    How much punishment does he deserve? Disgraced former IL governor Rod Blagojevich , with his white hair, wearing a prison jumpsuit, told a federal judge here in Chicago via a video feed, that he recognizes his words and actions led him to his Colorado prison and he apologized , saying he's trying to be a better man.

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  • Erdogan, Putin upbeat after meeting

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

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  • Paul Ryan asked about Packers, not primary, in Wisconsin

    Ryan is a traitor. But Ryan responded quickly to Trump's dabbling in his race, determined to avoid the fate that befell House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in his surprise primary loss in 2014. Josh Zepnick, who was first elected in 2002 and was arrested for drunken driving in October. Ryan also worked hard to maintain his ties to the district, traveling back to his hometown of Janesville as much as possible to be with his wife and three children.

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  • New images suggest China militarizing disputed islands -NY Times

    New images suggest China militarizing disputed islands -NY Times

    The images came out almost a month after an global court in The Hague ruled in favor of the Philippines' maritime case against China's massive claims in the contested South China Sea , saying it had no legal basis. China has repeatedly denied doing so and has in turn criticized USA patrols and exercises for ramping up tensions. Kishida told Cheng the environment surrounding Sino-Japanese ties was "deteriorating markedly", the ministry said.

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  • This is how Irom Sharmila broke her 16-year-old fast

    After almost 16 years, the world's longest hunger strike is due to come to an end Tuesday. But Ms Sharmila chose to end her record-breaking defiance on Tuesday, admitting it would not succeed in forcing India's government to revoke the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act .

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  • Insta Trump a amantes de las armas a parar a Clinton

    Insta Trump a amantes de las armas a parar a Clinton

    En reiteradas ocasiones el magnate ha acusado a la demócrata de querer abolir la Segunda Enmienda de la Carta de Derechos de Estados Unidos , en la que se establece que está permitida la posesión y porte de armas para los ciudadanos. "Es llamado el poder de la unificación, la gente de la segunda enmienda tiene un espíritu sorprendente y están tremendamente unificados, lo que les da un gran poder político".

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  • Woman killed by Florida officer in academy exercise

    Woman killed by Florida officer in academy exercise

    Police said the scenario is meant to demonstrate the decision-making process when using "simulated lethal force in a live role play". Mary Knowlton was reportedly shot several times during a roleplay scenario in which the officer was playing a "bad guy" and Knowlton was playing the "victim", according to Sue Paquin, a photographer who was covering the event for the Sun and witnessed the incident.

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  • Fondo Minero destina más de 2 mil mdp para beneficiar 25 estados

    Fondo Minero destina más de 2 mil mdp para beneficiar 25 estados

    Videgaray dijo que los recursos correspondientes a la recaudación 2015 son superiores a los del año 2014. Dijo que del total de recursos del Fondo Minero se realizan el 62.5 por ciento de los proyectos que presentan las administraciones municipales y 32 por ciento de los que plantean los gobiernos estatales.

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  • Trump ignites new firestorm: Gun backers might stop Clinton

    Trump did not elaborate on his meaning. With three months away from the presidential election, polls show Clinton leading ahead of Trump by as much as double digits in swing states like Florida, Ohio and Iowa. "This isn't play", Murphy wrote on Twitter. It found no evidence that Clinton's server was hacked when she was secretary of state, although the Federal Bureau of Investigation director said that if it had been hacked investigators probably would not be able to detect any evidence of ...

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  • Rustom: Merchant Navy was a possible career choice for Akshay Kumar

    Rustom: Merchant Navy was a possible career choice for Akshay Kumar

    Akshay is playing naval officer Rustom Pavri whose wife Cynthia (Ileana D'Cruz) has an affair with Arjan Bajwa in the movie. The actor has starred in many patriotism-themed films such as Holiday , Baby and Airlift . Akshay Kumar and Hritik Roshan are all set to clash at the box office this Friday with their respective films " Rustom " and " Mohenjo Daro ". One of my best friends in school was a Parsi.

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  • In Minnesota primary, look south for top prize

    In Minnesota primary, look south for top prize

    On Tuesday, voters in Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District will choose among four Republican candidates to replace retiring GOP Rep. John Kline, who has held the seat for 14 years but is not seeking reelection. A win for either of Kahn's challengers could pave the way for the nation's first Somali-American lawmaker, since Tuesday's victor will likely be heavily favored in November in the liberal district.

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  • Paralympics - Russia banned from Rio Paralympics over doping

    Paralympics - Russia banned from Rio Paralympics over doping

    Craven said there had been nearly constant dialogue between his staff and McLaren's over the last three weeks as the IPC tried to get more details from McLaren. Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko told Russia's news agency Tass he will appeal the decision and submit a claim to the Court of Arbitration for Sports in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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  • Suspected gas explosion causes house collapse

    Suspected gas explosion causes house collapse

    Greater Manchester Fire Station Manager Alan Ashworth, incident commander at the scene, said: "We were called initially to a fire and when crews arrived there were a number of people injured on the floor and it was obvious there had been an explosion in the house".

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  • Why I want Man Utd to be hated again under Mourinho

    United got only 800,000 pounds (now around $1 million) in compensation for a player who was then just a precocious teenager. It's the fee, more than the player itself, that has put noses out of joint as Pogba becomes the most expensive player in the world with his agreement to rejoin his former side.

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  • Injuries: 'Banged up' Vincent Jackson misses practice

    Injuries: 'Banged up' Vincent Jackson misses practice

    Koetter suggested on Monday that Sims did not have a significant injury, but the Bucs will obviously air on the side of caution when they have a 90-man roster to plumb on Thursday night. Neither has taken part in a training camp practice yet, and Sweezy has recently sought additional treatment. "I'm not the doctor and I haven't talked to the doctor, but we'll let you know as soon we know something we can tell you".

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  • Trump says 'Second Amendment people' could stop Clinton judge picks

    But then he added without elaboration that maybe supporters of the second amendment could figure out a way. So Hillary essentially wants to abolish the Second Amendment. Yes, Donald Trump said something remarkably very bad AGAIN. "How dare the biased media report Trump suggested Hillary Clinton be assassinated when he did just that", former Barack Obama campaign manager David Plouffe said on Twitter .

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  • 4 new Zika cases reported in Miami

    Florida is the first state to confirm local transmission by mosquito bite in the continental United States, but health officials expect additional small outbreaks, particularly in southern U.S. The health authorities in the U.S. State of Texas on Tuesday confirmed a Zika-related death of a newborn girl, the first of its kind in the country.

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  • ISIS claims responsibility for Pakistan hospital bombing

    ISIS claims responsibility for Pakistan hospital bombing

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned the "terrorist bombing" at a hospital in Pakistan on Monday, saying it was "particularly appalling" that the suicide attack targeted a group of mourners. They are using black ribbons on their shoulders to express solidarity with martyred lawyers and victims of the attack. At a Quetta market, Mohammad Saleem, a resident of the city, said everyone was still in a state of shock.

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  • Kejriwal gets bail in defamation case in Punjab

    Kejriwal gets bail in defamation case in Punjab

    The court has scheduled the next hearing for October 15. "Mr Majithia, who found it even hard to enter the court premises due to the mammoth youth gathering, registered his presence in the court of Additional chief judicial magistrate here and set the ball rolling to put Arvind Kejriwal in jail on criminal defamation charges", reads the statement issued by SAD (Badal).

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  • Putin says possible to agree with Turkey on Syria

    Putin says possible to agree with Turkey on Syria

    The talks mark Erdogan's first visit overseas since a failed military coup last month. The Turkish president also said he appreciated his Russian counterpart's support following the defeated July 15 coup. Putin said he hoped that the Turkish people led by Erdogan "will cope with this problem and the constitutional law and order will be restored". In an interview broadcast by Russian state television on Monday, Erdogan called Assad a "killer" who shouldn't be supported.

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  • Israel accuses United Nations staffer of assisting Hamas

    Nahshon further noted that Israel stressed that it expects the United Nations to publish an immediate condemnation of Hamas' abuse of global aid to Gaza. "Also in 2015, he acted to persuade UNDP managers to prioritize the rehabilitation of housing in areas populated by Hamas members", the statement read.

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  • Pakistani lawyers boycott courts to protest Quetta carnage

    Shreds of black cloth from slain lawyers' trademark dark suits still littered the ground on Tuesday at the Civil Hospital in Quetta, where glass from shattered windows remained and blood stained the walls. But he says he didn't know he will "see the bodies of dozens of other lawyers" killed and wounded at the hospital. At a Quetta market, Mohammad Saleem, a resident of the city, said everyone was still in a state of shock.

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  • Christians Say Defeating IS Won't Make Iraq Safe for Them

    Meeting in Washington last month, top diplomatic and military officials from coalition countries discussed plans that Pentagon chief Ashton Carter said would deliver a "lasting defeat" to IS. Two Americans died of wounds sustained in firefights with IS, while rocket fire left a third dead. IS also burned a Jordanian pilot to death in a cage in Syria, while Iraqi Kurdish forces mistakenly killed a Canadian.

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  • Rights activist Sharmila ends 16 years' fasting

    Sharmila wants to become the chief minister of Manipur to improve its situation. "I'll use everything that I have to bring about positive change in the State and repeal the draconian AFSPA", said Sharmila. In her 16 years of being force-fed through a tube, Sharmila has transformed from a simple Imphal young woman to a global icon of those who suffered under Afspa.

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