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  • Pence: Christians, Jews Would Be Included In Trump's Territorial Terrorism Ban

    Pence: Christians, Jews Would Be Included In Trump's Territorial Terrorism Ban

    Without specifically mentioning the two religions, the conservative former IN governor said the proposed temporary ban on immigrants from areas "compromised by terrorism" would apply to individuals of all religions. He has since, however, launched an attempt to ban Syrian refugees from entering IN ― though a judge blocked the effort, saying it "clearly discriminates against Syrian refugees based on their national origin".

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  • Greene County Fair Ferris Wheel Basket Flips, Injuring Three Kids

    Greeneville Police told reporters at a press conference that the girls fell 35-40 feet when their seat flipped over Monday night. Davis had previously said all three were alert and talking, but has since received the new information. Tim Davis said. "We are deeply shocked and saddened", the Greene County Fair said in a statement. Lynthacum said the girls' injuries appeared to be very serious.

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  • Kansas Boy Died of Neck Injury on Waterslide

    Mr Castaneda said two other women were strapped into the raft, and the first position of the raft was empty. Theme parks with "fixed" rides, like roller coasters and water slides, are exempt from federal oversight. He said police were investigating because a death was involved and they want to ensure no crime was committed, but he noted that such accidents are usually handled as civil cases.

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  • Nearly 10 Square Miles Burn in Latest California Wildfire

    Several highways in the area were closed because of the fire. Crews are continuing to construct dozer line from Pilot Rock to the Lake Arrowhead Community Services District Wastewater Treatment Plant. Air quality was considered unhealthy for the Central San Bernardino Mountains, including the Arrowhead Highlands and Running Springs, according to an Air Quality Management District map .

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  • Secret Service 'aware' of Trump's 2nd Amendment remark about Clinton

    Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said in a statement , "This is simple-what Trump is saying is risky". "This is simple - what Trump is saying is unsafe". "That he would make yesterday's comment amid sinking poll numbers and a wave of Republican defections suggests that when bathed in the adulation of a crowd, Trump is unable to control himself", it said.

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  • NY Times: New images suggest China militarising disputed islands

    The Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam have competing partial claims and are perturbed by China's aggressive moves to assert its sovereignty such as by reclaiming islands and building airstrips. "They are reinforced to take a strike". The largest hangars, 61m wide, are "more than enough for strategic bombers and refuellers", Mr Poling added. "This can enable China to challenge freedom of navigation operations and enforce its preferences over the South China Sea more ...

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  • IS losing ground militarily, turning more to terrorism: Obama

    Airstrikes by a USA -led coalition targeting Islamic State killed dozens of civilians in northern Syria last month, according to the United Kingdom -based monitoring group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. "The only bit of news is that we paid cash", he said. "We are going to defeat the barbarians of ISIS, and we're going to defeat them fast", Trump said in his speech accepting the Republican nomination.

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  • Zuckerman wins 3-way contest for Democratic lieutenant governor

    Zuckerman wins 3-way contest for Democratic lieutenant governor

    Johnsbury lawyer Deborah Bucknam in the fall. Scott overcame a slew of negative ads and beat former Wall Street executive Bruce Lisman in the Republican primary for governor. Lt. Gov. Phil Scott faces retired businessman Bruce Lisman for the Republican nomination. Vermont voters are heading to the polls to choose nominees for governor, lieutenant governor, treasurer and some legislative races.

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  • Participa Ichmujer con stand en 10° aniversario de Paimef

    Participa Ichmujer con stand en 10° aniversario de Paimef

    En su oportunidad, la directora del Instituto Nacional de Desarrollo Social (Indesol), María Angélica Luna Parra, señaló que en 2015 el programa benefició a 458 mil 285 mujeres y destacó que uno de los cambios más importantes en la actual administración es la mayor coordinación con otras instituciones federales.

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  • Clinton Campaign: Trump Is 'Doubling Down' on Inequality With Tax Plan

    Detroit Economic Club President and CEO Beth Chappell apologized to Trump after his speech for the interruptions. In his remarks Monday to a group largely comprised of OH reporters, he argued Trump's plan would reduce about 123,000 jobs in the swing state, compared to possible gains under Clinton's own proposal.

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  • Levantan y asesinan a balazos a ex alcalde de El Rosario

    Levantan y asesinan a balazos a ex alcalde de El Rosario

    En el mes de octubre del 2011, en la población de Cacalotán, en el municipio del Rosario, su hermano Roberto Rodríguez Ontiveros de 50 años de edad y su amigo Pedro N, fueron levantados por un comando armado, con vestimenta tipo militar. Alrededor de las 16:00 horas agentes ministeriales acudieron a la zona junto con el personal de la funeraria, quienes se encargaron de levantar el cuerpo, sin dar ninguna información al respecto.

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  • Olympics-Equestrian-France wins team eventing gold

    Olympics-Equestrian-France wins team eventing gold

    Nicolas jumped a clear first round on his horse Piaf de B'Neville but had a near miss at an oxer in the final jump-off, snagging a rail. Rio de Janeiro (dpa) - German horseman Michael Jung proved once again that he is now the world's best rider when he won a second consecutive Olympic gold in individual eventing Tuesday.

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  • Donald Trump faces criticism for "Second Amendment" remark

    Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook seized on the first two lines of Trump's statement and alleged Trump was suggesting "violence ". While I don't believe Trump meant to seriously suggest that violence was a possible way of stopping her, it is the height of absurdity for conservatives to suggest that he wasn't, at least jokingly, referring to the use of guns .

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  • Four New Zika Virus Cases Reported in Florida Outbreak

    She was born with multiple birth defects, which could have been caused by Zika, including severe microcephaly, Dr. Shah said. The baby's mother moved to Harris County from an affected region during her second trimester and never developed symptoms of Zika.

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  • Efimova is a poor poster child for Russian scandal — Column

    Olympians and fans are disgusted. One popular method of early doping involved rat poison and brandy. One interviewee, who declined to give his name, said he walked the length of Copacabana over the weekend draped in a Russian flag. 9, 2016. Yulia won the silver, USA swimmer Katie Meili won the bronze and Lilly King, the vocal 19 year old, won the gold and she did it drug-free. "BOOOOM!" Miller tweeted.

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  • Trump Hints At Gun Response To Hillary Clinton

    But Trump's campaign denied that he was suggesting violence, instead saying the real estate mogul was referencing the power gun rights advocates have at the voting booth. Trump's comments were the latest example of his unscripted style causing him political headaches, at a time when he has been trying to get his campaign back on track after a string of self inflicted political missteps last week.

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  • NYPD seeks man who used baseball bat during street beating

    Sunday, police sources said. Police say the victim was attacked from behind by a man who hit him in the head with a bat. The attacker is believed to have fled from Albany Avenue, where several businesses are located, westbound onto the more residential Rutland Road.

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  • Johns Hopkins employees included in data breach

    Johns Hopkins employees included in data breach

    No Social Security numbers, banking or credit card information was on the server, according to Newkirk, which is sending letters to individuals impacted, and is paying for two years of identity theft protection through AllClearID. The company has no evidence to date that such data has been used inappropriately. A forensic investigation is continuing. Newkirk was part of Broadridge Financial Solutions' $410 million purchase of DST Systems' North America customer communications on July 1.

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  • Brazil disappoints again in men's soccer, draws Iraq 0-0

    And the local fans are noticing. Brazil has now had two consecutive games without a goal. He has also let that frustration show in his play, and during the last match against Iraq , picked up an unnecessary yellow card for dissent. He left Brazil's quarterfinal victory against Colombia in the final minutes with a broken vertebra and sat out the semifinal meltdown against Germany.

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  • 10-year-old Chicago boy shot in back, in critical condition

    10-year-old Chicago boy shot in back, in critical condition

    He was sitting on the porch of his family's West Side home. Tavon remains in critical condition Tuesday morning. Tavon's mother, Mellanie Washington, 39, heard at least five shots, ABC 7 reports . Tavon's twin sister reportedly shouted, "Twin, don't leave me!" The teenager was shot in the right leg, while the man suffered a graze wound to the right heel, police said.

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  • Charity 'shocked' after manager charged with supporting Hamas

    Charity 'shocked' after manager charged with supporting Hamas

    The statement said the charges demonstrate "how Hamas exploits the resources of global aid organizations at the expense of the civilian population of the Gaza Strip". According to Shin Bet, Halabi had diverted $7.2m (£5.5m) each year since 2010 to Hamas and its military wing. Israel has long warned that well-intentioned Western aid to Gaza was ending up in the hands of terrorists and the government has held up both arrests as proof of "how Hamas exploits the resources of worldwide aid ...

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  • Verruckt, the world's tallest water slide

    Kansas state Sen. Greg Smith, an Overland Park Republican, said that although state law doesn't specifically address waterslides, it's clear they "would fall into that category". A funeral is set for a state lawmaker's 10-year-old son who was killed while riding a Kansas waterslide billed as the world's tallest. Neither investigators nor park officials have released specifics about how the boy sustained his fatal injuries.

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  • Trump faces criticism for "Second Amendment" remark

    Clinton's decision to store her emails on a private server in her NY home sparked an FBI investigation and has become a dominant issue in the presidential campaign. ABC News campaign reporter Candace Smith, who was attending the rally, tweeted Trump's remark at 3:06 p.m. So when Donald Trump offered his thoughts on the Second Amendment at an event in North Carolina on Tuesday, Twitter was excited, aghast, delighted and appalled.

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  • Philippines envoy 'optimistic' about ice breaking China trip

    Ramos, who will be acting as special envoy to President Rodrigo R. Duterte. Despite the ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration that China violated its commitment to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, it continued to build facilities in the disputed area.

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  • Chaos inside Emirates plane that crash-landed in Dubai

    Chaos inside Emirates plane that crash-landed in Dubai

    T.P. Seetharam, the Indian ambassador to the UAE, says Indian diplomats have been dispatched to the airport and had met directly with many passengers. The passengers and crew included 226 Indians. In another video posted to social media , the plane explodes into a fireball, followed by thick, black plumes of smoke billowing out.

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