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  • David Duke Continues Bromance With Donald Trump

    David Duke Continues Bromance With Donald Trump

    Today, Buzzfeed confirmed from Duke himself that he commissioned a new robocall going around that's asking people to vote for him and Trump. "Look at the Super Bowl salute to the Black Panther cop killers", the call states. I'd love to hear from you. "It's happening", Duke says in the recorded message. Go to Davidduke.com. Together, we'll save America and save Louisiana.

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  • Dialogue only way forward to address Kashmir issue: Mehbooba

    Dialogue only way forward to address Kashmir issue: Mehbooba

    Omar in the past had criticised Modi for not making mention of the Kashmir situation in his earlier "Mann Ki Baat" addresses. Mehbooba recalled that Vajpayee had undertaken a bus ride to Lahore after which then Pakistan Army Chief Gen Pervez Musharraf had engineered Kargil aggression.

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  • NWS confirms 5 tornadoes in Indiana Wednesday, including EF3 in Kokomo

    The devastation has forced 220 people to be temporarily placed in shelters, many of whom lived in several large apartment complexes that were heavily damaged, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight said Thursday morning. At 4:23 p.m, the National Weather Service confirmed a large and extremely risky tornado was located in Indianapolis, saying "This is a particularly unsafe situation, take cover now!" The people of Kokomo, north of Indianapolis, were grateful for the attention.

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  • Turkish jets strike Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq

    Turkish jets strike Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq

    The U.S. has supported Turkey in its demand that the SDF withdraw east of the Euphrates, which cuts into Jarablus. Carter told reporters at the Pentagon that Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. They have been clashing with Kurdish Syrian forces around the town to try to halt their advance. Syrian opposition activists have said at least 35 civilians were killed in northern Syria in the Turkish-led operation so far.

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  • Erodgan: We'll stay in Syria, until IS, Kurds defeated

    Erodgan: We'll stay in Syria, until IS, Kurds defeated

    Turkish-backed forces say they seized a string of villages south of Syria's Jarablus in a region controlled by groups aligned to the USA - and Kurdish-backed SDF. "The United States will remain closely engaged with our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally Turkey and with the SDF and other coalition-supported actors on the ground in Syria to facilitate de-confliction and unity of effort over the coming days", he said.

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  • Dhaka café attack mastermind among 3 killed by Bangladeshi forces

    On the night of July 1, five armed gunmen stormed the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka, killing 20 people and holding others hostage . Authorities said Chowdhury is a leader of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh, a new branch of the domestic terrorism outfit that produced the cafe attackers and is affiliated with the Islamic State.

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  • Mexicans say 'adios' to beloved singer Juan Gabriel

    Mexicans say 'adios' to beloved singer Juan Gabriel

    Juan Gabriel , who had a heart attack in Santa Monica on Sunday, delighted packed auditoriums across the world with his flamboyant dress sense - sequined costumes, a cape and a perfectly coiffed pompadour - as well as his energetic stage persona.

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  • Assault on Kabul University kills at least 13

    Assault on Kabul University kills at least 13

    The dead included seven students, three police officers and two security guards, according to Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi. "We've heard some gunfire - it's been fairly quiet but a few sporadic bursts of gunfire and shots". Agence France Presse, citing an anonymous official, tweeted Wednesday that "militants" were behind the unfolding attack on the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul .

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  • Kerry urges Bangladesh to step up efforts against terrorism

    Kerry urges Bangladesh to step up efforts against terrorism

    Mr. Kerry said the USA would work together with Bangladesh to fight terrorism and reiterated its offer to provide experts to this end. Bangladesh's security response has, say analysts, been coloured by a political standoff with the Islamist-leaning opposition that boycotted the last general election and is suspected by the government of links to local militant groups.

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  • Police detain man dressed as Zorro just before airport panic

    Police detain man dressed as Zorro just before airport panic

    Police aren't sure how the false emergency started, but around 9 p.m. reports of gunfire in three terminals had spread to passengers and sent panicked people running. The airport terminals were evacuated, and roadways were shut down. He said several officers, including some with assault rifles, led the group out of the area.

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  • Turkey fires back after rockets from Syria hit Kilis border town

    Carter says the US works with all SDF fighters "in our common interest to defeat" the Islamic State group. One of the rockets hit the wall of a residential building in a central neighborhood of the Kilis province, while the other two landed in empty fields in other residential areas, the source said on condition of anonymity due to restrictions on speaking to the media.

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  • Islamic State bombing kills 54 government recruits in Yemen

    People gather at the scene following an attack by a suicide bomber who drove a auto laden with explosives into a compound run by local militias in the port city of Aden on Monday. Since the fighting intensified in March 2015, missile and rocket attacks across Yemen's border with Saudi Arabia, which is leading a US -backed coalition against the Houthis, have been common.

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  • Ex-Chicago official to be sentenced in red-light camera case

    Ex-Chicago official to be sentenced in red-light camera case

    In addition to the 10-year sentence, U.S. District Judge Virginia Kendall ordered Bills to make more than $2 million in restitution payments, according to the U.S. Bills retired from his city job in 2011. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel canceled Redflex's contract in 2013 following the Chicago Tribune's reports about the bribery scheme.

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  • Duterte to raise sea feud ruling against Chinese wishes

    Duterte to raise sea feud ruling against Chinese wishes

    The exercise, in accordance with the global law and practices, was not carried out against any specific country or target, and the Chinese military will continue organizing such routine actions according to schedule, Wu said. Yin Zhuo, director of the Expert Consultation Committee of the People's Liberation Army Navy, said it is natural for Beijing and Moscow to hold a drill in the South China Sea this year, since they have previously held exercises in other coastal regions of China.

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  • Trump campaign releases new ad on economy, announces expanded buy

    Donald Trump's campaign released a new ad Monday, the latest in a series of videos contrasting the Republican with his opponent, Hillary Clinton, this time focusing on the economy . The campaign also blamed staff error for reports that it had been scheduled for August 31 in Phoenix. But it's not clear what he'll say, apparently even to his top supporters.

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  • HTC One A9s spilled early, looks even more like the iPhone

    That said, their variants have remained popular, and a new one is in the works with the HTC One A9s. It apparently sports the same 13-megapixel rear camera but features a 5-megapixel shooter in front instead of the old 4-UltraPixel lens. As portrayed by the image above, the One A9s will be offered in black, gold, and bluish-silver. Fortunately, the front of the device tells a different story as HTC made a decision to keep its standard Home button instead of creating a circular one that's ...

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  • Trump Airs New Ad 'Two Americas: Economy' in Nine Battleground States

    Trump Airs New Ad 'Two Americas: Economy' in Nine Battleground States

    Disputing Clinton's premise or any of her particulars would have drawn them into a losing debate over whether she had the goods on Trump, which she did. Treating conservatives with a measure of grace is central to the goal of isolating Trump and widening the Democratic coalition in the coming election; but it's also a way of limiting media skepticism that would arise if she drew a broader, but more accurate critique.

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  • Rousseff appears at Brazil impeachment trial

    Rousseff appears at Brazil impeachment trial

    Her foes in Congress introduced a measure previous year to impeach and remove her. BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff proclaimed her innocence on Monday, branding her vice president a "usurper" and warning senators that history would judge them harshly if they ousted a democratically elected leader on false charges.

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  • Tropical storm warning issued for North Carolina

    Tropical storm warning issued for North Carolina

    With this track, rip currents and rough surf would be likely, but the heaviest rain may fall just offshore. Forecasters expect it to become a tropical storm before brushing the North Carolina coast Tuesday. While South Florida managed to dodge much of the rain predicted for the weekend, forecasters say this week will likely be different. Landfall is expected sometime Thursday near the Big Bend area of Florida.

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  • 'This is unprecedented': Poll reinforces stunning fact about the presidential candidates

    In Colorado and Virginia, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has a substantial lead in recent polls - so strong that a superPAC supporting her recently pulled ads from those states. Other Trump stand-ins, including New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, spoke similarly. Just last week, we learned that the Federal Bureau of Investigation collected almost 15,000 new emails and work-related documents during their investigation of Clinton's private email server that she used during her time as ...

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  • Scores of Houthis killed in Yemen fighting

    Scores of Houthis killed in Yemen fighting

    An armed Houthi man walks past cooking gas cylinders in the yard of a gas station after it was hit by a Saudi-led air strike in Saada, Yemen August 27, 2016. The coalition intervened in March past year to support President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi after the Houthis and their allies seized much of Yemen. The intervention helped loyalists push the rebels out of five southern provinces, including Aden, but the rebels still hold onto many regions, including the capital Sanaa.

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  • Clinton Foundation official plays defense over accusations

    Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump shares tweet claiming Clinton's "mentor" was "KKK member" Wasserman Schultz dodges question about DNC emails Kaine tweets with the cast of "Veep" MORE on Friday downplayed speculation that any new releases of her emails would contain damaging revelations about the relationship between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department.

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  • Verstappen keeps feet on ground after setting pace

    Verstappen keeps feet on ground after setting pace

    Liege: Dutch teenager Max Verstappen delighted his army of fans in the forests of the Ardennes on Friday afternoon when he topped the times in second free practice for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. Two world champions knocked out, therefore, but not by anything they did but rather vehicle woes. A number of drivers tested the "halo" cockpit protection system in the opening session.

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  • Desalojan plantón del Frente Amplio Morelense; al reinstalarlo, Javier Sicilia resulta golpeado

    Desalojan plantón del Frente Amplio Morelense; al reinstalarlo, Javier Sicilia resulta golpeado

    Ahí, hablaron sobre el desalojo ocurrido durante la madrugada, cuando cientos de agentes del Mando único, dirigidos por el titular de la Comisión Estatal de Seguridad (CES), Alberto Capella Ibarra, desalojaron el plantón. Finalmente el plantón logró colocarse otra vez en los pasillos del palacio de Gobierno . Destacó que de la represión en contra del FAM y ciudadanos, "responsabilizó absolutamente al gobernador y a los canallas que le hacen la segunda en el Congreso del estado; a todos ...

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  • Randle, Givens cut as Eagles cull receiving corps

    Randle, Givens cut as Eagles cull receiving corps

    In addition the team placed two seventh-round rookies - linebacker Joe Walker (knee) and defensive end Alex McCalister (calf) - on season-ending injured reserve. None of the Eagles' receivers have shown much, but Givens clearly has one of the lower ceilings of the group. Offensive Line (12): Jason Peters, Isaac Seumalo, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, Allen Barbre, Stefen Wisniewski, Matt Tobin, Josh Andrews, Dillon Gordon, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Barrett Jones, Lane Johnson.

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  • Twins place CF Danny Santana on DL with sprained shoulder

    Twins place CF Danny Santana on DL with sprained shoulder

    In order to be eligible for a team's postseason roster, however, a player must be a member of that organization by 11:59 p.m. on August 31 (Wednesday). Santana finished the inning but was replaced by Eddie Rodriguez in the second. Holding opponents to a.241 on-base percentage and.202 batting average in that stretch, Santana had thrown two complete games and four other starts of seven innings or more.

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