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  • Elige SCJN ternas para la integración de la Sala Superior del TEPJF

    Elige SCJN ternas para la integración de la Sala Superior del TEPJF

    Finalmente, en el séptimo grupo de aspirantes está Alfredo Ríos Eduardo Ríos Camarena Rodríguez (exdirector ejecutivo de Prerrogativas y Partidos Políticos del INE); Reyes Rodríguez Mondragón , magistrada de la Sala Regional Monterrey, y Jorge Sánchez Morales , magistrado del Tribunal Electoral del Estado de Puebla .

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  • Detienen al 'Jack el destripador' chino

    Detienen al 'Jack el destripador' chino

    La policía dice que Gao buscaba a mujeres jóvenes vestidas de rojo y las seguía a su casa donde las violaba y las asesinaba, a menudo degollándolas . Este lunes, el portal Beijing News confirmaba que el sospechoso había confesado sus crímenes, aunque por ahora se desconoce por qué cesaron en 2002.

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  • Manchester City only getting better, warns David Silva

    Should the Football Association decide that the elbowing of the West Ham defender constitutes violent conduct, he would face a three-match ban that would cost him his place in the Manchester derby on September 10 as well as subsequent games against Bournemouth and Swansea City.

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  • Philippines threatens to leave 'stupid' UN

    The number of drug-related killings since President Rodrigo Duterte took power in May and began his anti-narcotics war has doubled to about 1,800, police said on Monday. Duterte has said he would bestow medals on the killers of drug dealers, and he's also offered to award bounties to citizens who turn in drug suspects "dead or alive".

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  • Boko Haram leader believed to be among several fighters killed

    Boko Haram leader believed to be among several fighters killed

    An estimated 15,000 people have been killed by the group, which controls territory the size of Maryland along northeastern Nigeria's borders with Niger, Chad and Cameroon. "Those Boko Haram terrorists commanders confirmed dead include Abubakar Mubi, Malam Nuhu and Malam Hamman, amongst others, while their leader, the so-called "Abubakar Shekau", is believed to be fatally wounded on his shoulders ".

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  • Mig-29 fuel tank jettisons on runway, causes minor fire

    Mig-29 fuel tank jettisons on runway, causes minor fire

    Luckily there was no causality or damage to either the aircraft or the runway. The incident was being investigated. The MiG-29K was taking off at 1000 hrs when the incident happened. The pilot was directed to jettison the second drop tank in the sea but that could not be done due to a system malfunction . INS Dega is one of the premier Naval Air Stations located on the east coast of India, near Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.

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  • "Están por concretar un golpe de Estado" — Dilma Rousseff

    Los manifestantes han reiterado este lunes que el juicio político busca terminar con los más de 13 años del Partido de los Trabajadores en el poder e instalar en su lugar a un gobierno "de las élites". "Ahora, a los casi 70 años, después de ser madre y abuela, nunca renunciaría a los principios que siempre me guiaron: Tengo un compromiso con mi país , con la democracia y el Estado de Derecho", aseguró.

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  • Osorio Chong afirma que las reuniones con CNTE serán públicas

    Osorio Chong afirma que las reuniones con CNTE serán públicas

    Ante secretarios de Estado y senadores del PRI, el secretario de Gobernaciòn , Miguel Angel Osorio Chong aseguró que el gobierno federal no ha claudicado ni negociado la reforma educativa y advirtió que de aquí en adelante las reuniones con el grupo de inconformes serán pùblicas y los eventuales operativos de desalojo por parte de la Policia Federal serán acompañados por observadores de derechos humanos para evitar "interpretaciones sesgadas".

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  • SCJN decide priorizar resolución de inconstitucionalidad contra Borge y los Duarte

    SCJN decide priorizar resolución de inconstitucionalidad contra Borge y los Duarte

    En "Contraportada" se recordó que los priistas Javier Duarte , Roberto Borge Angulo y César Duarte -mandatarios de los estados mencionados- están acusados de querer blindarse. La PGR alega que las entidades en cuestión no podían aprobar reformas anticorrupción locales antes de que se hubieran promulgado y publicado las leyes generales respectivas, lo que sucedió hasta el pasado 18 de julio.

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  • Freddie Freeman: Freeman clubs 27th homer in loss to Giants

    Freddie Freeman: Freeman clubs 27th homer in loss to Giants

    The 24-year-old pitcher had trouble keeping the ball down in his most recent outing, and it didn't work out well for him or the Braves . Panik's mini-power surge highlighted the Giants' lineup breaking out for 18 hits in a 13-4 win over the Atlanta Braves at AT&T Park.

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  • Georgia begins Kirby Smart era looking for Bama-like success

    Georgia begins Kirby Smart era looking for Bama-like success

    We feel good about Nick, he feels great, and he's ready to go. "So he won't technically be on a pitch count by any means". Chubb has been ahead of his rehab schedule for months since he damaged several knee ligaments when he went down awkwardly on his first carry against Tennessee in October.

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  • Kaepernick's decision to sit through anthem scrutinized

    Green Bay won 21-10. Biracial NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who was adopted and raised by white parents, is refusing to stand for the national anthem as a protest of oppression in America. Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, a longtime Kaepernick rival, weighed in on Monday as well. I think he could have picked a better platform and a better way to do it, but every day they say athletes are so robotic and do everything by the book.

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  • El FBI detecta hackeo de los sistemas electorales en dos Estados

    El FBI detecta hackeo de los sistemas electorales en dos Estados

    A los funcionarios de inteligencia de Estados Unidos les preocupa que piratas informáticos respaldados por Rusia u otros países intenten causar problemas durante la elección presidencial del 8 de noviembre. Aunque el FBI no identificó los dos estados afectados por las intrusiones, Yahoo News mencionó que fuentes familiarizadas con el documento dijeron que la agencia se refería a Arizona e Illinois, cuyos sistemas mostraron ingresos ilegales.

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  • Destaca Academia Latina de la Grabación legado de Juan Gabriel

    Destaca Academia Latina de la Grabación legado de Juan Gabriel

    Obama afirmó que el cantautor mexicano fue "uno de los más grandes músicos latinos y su espíritu vivirá en sus canciones duraderas y en los corazones de sus fans que lo aman". Pablo Aguilera Valadez, hermano del cantante Juan Gabriel , comentó que el intérprete quería ser enterrado junto a su madre, Victoria Valadez, en Michoacán.

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  • Colombia ordena cese al fuego definitivo contra las FARC

    Las mismas fuentes adelantaron que el líder máximo de las FARC convocará este domingo oficialmente la X Conferencia de la guerrilla, entre los días 13 y 19 de septiembre, en la que sus filas tendrán que dar el visto bueno a los acuerdos de paz y aprobar el abandono de las armas para pasar a la vida civil y transformar la formación en un movimiento político.

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  • Dolphins trade McCain to Saints for draft pick

    Dolphins trade McCain to Saints for draft pick

    The Dolphins were deep at defensive end, which put McCain on the roster bubble and ultimately made him expendable. They have starters Cameron Wake and Mario Williams, who have combined for eight Pro Bowls, along with veteran backups Jason Jones and Andre Branch.

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  • Barack Obama rinde tributo a Juan Gabriel

    Luis Almagro, secretario general de la OEA escribió en Twitter: "Se nos fue un grande de la música de las Américas". Los restos de Juan Gabriel descansan en una funeraria en el suroeste de Los Ángeles , donde permanecerán por varios días, dijo el lunes la policía de Los Ángeles .

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  • North Korea rejects United Nations council's condemnation

    In a foreign ministry spokesman's statement, Pyongyang accused the United States and its "followers" of posing threats to its dignity and right to existence at the UNSC. According to South Korea's Yonhap Agency, North Korea fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) at around 5:30 am that flew about 500 kilometers and fell into Japanese waters.

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  • Unlike Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio refrains from criticizing Trump on immigration

    Unlike Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio refrains from criticizing Trump on immigration

    There are an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States, of which several hundred thousands are of Indian origin. Trump even questioned whether people born in the United States to people here illegally are citizens - even though they have automatically been considered citizens since the adoption of the 14th Amendment in 1868.

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  • Alaska identifies first case of H5N2 bird flu

    Alaska identifies first case of H5N2 bird flu

    The virus has not been found in any wild birds in the US since last June, when 50 million domestic birds died from the disease. Interestingly, the 2015 outbreak may have also originated from Alaska. The spread of H5N2 was aggravated by shoddy cleaning practices, as the disease had affected birds as far northwest as Washington, all the way to Arkansas and Indiana.

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  • No dialogue, stern action needed to end Kashmir unrest, says defence expert

    No dialogue, stern action needed to end Kashmir unrest, says defence expert

    Andrabi said Modi's response to these pro-India politicians explains their "uselessness" with regard to resolution of Kashmir issue. "So many leaders are meeting the Prime Minister and raising this issue". At least 68 people have been killed and thousands injured in the recent unrest in the valley. "Our longstanding position has always been that India and Pakistan stand to benefit from a normalization of relations and practical cooperation, and so we would be encouraged that India and ...

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  • More students than ever before achieving top grades at Siddal Moor

    He said: "Not surprisingly, the 17-year-old entries are massively up by 23.2% - absolutely dominated by resitting English and maths in England". Although physics was not his strong subject, James still managed to get an A*. Pupil Taj told members of staff: "This is the best school and if only they offered A-levels I wouldn't need to move on". "It is the progress of the students from their starting points that make us most proud".

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  • Russian Federation and USA Outline Accord in Geneva on Actions in Syria

    US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) shakes hands with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, on August 26, 2016, as they met in Geneva for an expected push towards resuming peace talks for war-ravaged Syria. However, Mr. Kerry and other senior officials see a deal for grounding Mr. Assad's air force in exchange for closer military cooperation as the best chance to reduce violence in Syria and try to move to a political track.

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  • Mexican federal police accused of executing 22 civilians in shootout

    Mexican federal police accused of executing 22 civilians in shootout

    Mexico's National Commission of Human Rights released a report accusing federal police of executing at least 22 people and of evidence tampering related to the 2015 Rancho del Sol shootout. Police killed 17 people for every officer lost in gunbattles in 2014, according to a study by Mexico's National Autonomous University, a number the study said was consistent with excessive force.

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  • Turkey-backed Syria rebels advance towards Manbij

    Turkey-backed Syria rebels advance towards Manbij

    Obama is due to meet Erdogan on Sunday in China on the sidelines of the G20 summit, his adviser Ben Rhodes said , to discuss "the counter-ISIL campaign and the fact that we need to stay united". The United States has called on the Syrian Kurds to pull back to the east side of the Euphrates, in accordance with USA assurances given to the Turks, and Cook said this pullback has " largely occurred ".

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  • Hillary aventaja por siete puntos a Trump

    Los "grupos de odio" a los que hizo referencia la candidata demócrata son los integrantes del movimiento "alt-right", una autonombrada "derecha alternativa" de "ideología emergentemente racista" que, según el diario "The Wall Street Journal" " rechaza el conservadurismo tradicional, promueve el nacionalismo y ve la inmigración y el multiculturalismo como una amenaza para la identidad blanca".

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