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  • At least 240 killed in Italy quake; aftershocks complicate efforts

    At least 240 killed in Italy quake; aftershocks complicate efforts

    On Thursday, Global Affairs Canada confirmed at least one citizen was among the almost 250 people that were killed as a result of Wednesday's quake. The worst affected areas were the towns of Amatrice, Arquata, Accumoli and Pescara del Tronto, in the mountainous area 65 miles north-east of Rome.

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  • Portugal s fmr PM still leads race for UN

    Portugal s fmr PM still leads race for UN

    With 11 votes for, three discouraging ballots and one "no opinion" cast, Guterres enjoyed a comfortable lead over Slovak Republic Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak who blazed up to second with tallies of 9-5-1, from a 2-6-7 ranking at the last poll on August 5, the sources said.

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  • Saludan Acuerdo Final de Paz en Colombia

    Saludan Acuerdo Final de Paz en Colombia

    El presidente Colombiano informo que el referendo para aprobar el acuerdo de paz se realizará el próximo 2 de octubre. El anuncio, que implica el fin de la actividad ofensiva militar de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia ( FARC ), tendrá lugar a las 1 p.m., desde el Hotel Nacional de la capital cubana.

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  • Dak Prescott: 'I'm the smartest QB' in 2016 draft class

    It's now being reported through various media outlets that Tony Romo will be out 6-10 weeks after MRI results found that he has a broken bone in his back. A player has to open training camp on PUP in order to be placed on it when the season starts. "Just as you would expect from him, the competitive nature to get back and his concern for the team", Jones said .

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  • Turkey Continues Offensive in Syria amid US, Kurdish Concerns

    A Turkish soldier was reportedly killed when two tanks were hit by rockets from Kurdish forces, according to Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency . The latest Turkish involvement in the Syria conflict came a few days after a deadly suicide attack in the southeastern city of Gaziantep killed at least 35 people and targeted a Kurdish wedding.

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  • Challenger warns of 'manipulations' in Gabon election

    Ali Bongo succeeded his father Omar Bongo who died in 2009 after more than four decades in office. "I congratulate the Gabonese voters who expressed their democratic will in a process in which management lacked transparency", she said in a press release.

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  • ISIS Bombs Yemen Army Recruiter, Killing At Least 71

    The official said that after the attack on Monday at least 60 other people had been taken to a nearby hospital run by the medical charity in Aden's Mansoura district. However, on July 20, four policemen were killed in an Islamic State-claimed bomb attack in Aden. And in May, twin suicide bombings in Aden claimed by IS killed at least 41 people.

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  • Clinton acribilla a Trump por racista

    Clinton acribilla a Trump por racista

    El multimillonario aseguró que va a expulsar a los " inmigrantes ilegales criminales" en "la primera hora" de su mandato, pero evitó explicar su plan para los que no tienen historial delictivo y son también indocumentados. "La planificación familiar hace a las mujeres menos atractivas. ¿Prefieres una hija feminista o con cáncer? ", puso de ejemplo la candidata presidencial.

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  • Deal puts Microsoft apps on Lenovo smartphones

    Deal puts Microsoft apps on Lenovo smartphones

    Last Tuesday, it was announced by the two companies that Lenovo smartphones, which are based on the Android operating system, will now come with Microsoft's pre-installed apps, particularly Office, OneDrive, and Skype. Christian Eigen, leader of Corporate Alliances, Lenovo, says the collaboration with Microsoft will create new opportunities for Lenovo's customers to take advantage of some of Microsoft's popular apps.

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  • Company to offer cheaper version of EpiPen after price backlash

    Company to offer cheaper version of EpiPen after price backlash

    The move marks a sharp shift after Mylan vigorously defended multiple increases that resulted in a list price of about $600 for a two-pack of the emergency injection treatment, up from about $100 in 2009. How much an individual pays for an EpiPen prescription can depend on insurance coverage. Under huge scrutiny and criticism, Mylan CEO Heather Bresch comments that this move is a simpler alternative than rolling back the price nearer to its original cost.

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  • 2 children rescued from auto at MotorCity Casino

    2 children rescued from auto at MotorCity Casino

    According to police, a concerned citizen broke into the vehicle and rescued the two boys, who are 5 months and 2 years old. Police say the auto was on the second floor of the casino garage, and the kids were thought to be in there for about an hour before they were found.

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  • Kerry, Lavrov Say New Syria Agreement Close

    Kerry, Lavrov Say New Syria Agreement Close

    When asked by a reporter what they thought was the primary impediment to a ceasefire in Syria, Lavrov said: "I don't want to spoil the atmosphere for the negotiations". On Thursday, U.N. officials said Russian Federation was on board for the temporary pause in fighting in and around Aleppo. As a possible sign of tightening cooperation, Moscow vowed Thursday to work with the United States on a response after a UN investigation found that the Syrian regime had carried out at least two chemical ...

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  • Distracted driving deaths double than impaired driving

    Distracted driving deaths double than impaired driving

    It's a first since Ontario Distracted Driving laws were introduced in 2009. The OPP is also calling on Ontarians to develop a similar level of public intolerance of these risky drivers that exists of impaired drivers. The OPP are reminding motorists that there is no safe amount of alcohol consumption when driving. In May, Toronto police revealed that impaired charges were up 150 per cent over the previous year, with an increase in arrests for being under the influence of marijuana.

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  • In North Korea, a hardboiled (and fictional) cop keeps watch

    Chung said the military had pushed to build a 4,000-tonne nuclear-powered submarine in 2003 under late President Roh Moo-hyun's government, asking the military to actively review the nuclear-powered submarine deployment along with the installation of a USA missile shield in South Korea.

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  • Trump to give 'major speech' on immigration Wednesday

    Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpGary Johnson: Trump "fumbling" on immigration Trump surrogate defends tweeting cartoon of Clinton in blackface The Trail 2016: Trump the Politician MORE on Monday mocked Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump surrogate defends tweeting cartoon of Clinton in blackface The Trail 2016: Trump the Politician Sanders endorses Dem candidates in critical Senate races MORE for failing to pass the Washington , D.C., bar exam.

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  • Hillary Clinton Had a

    Hillary Clinton Had a "Very Bad Week"

    On the list were three executives from organizations that have donated millions to the Clinton Foundation: Bob McCann, the then-president of wealth management at UBS; Dr. In another email forwarded by Band to Abedin, businessman and Clinton Foundation donor Gerardo Wertheim praises a rabbi the U.S. ambassador in Malta is going to meet with, with Band calling Wertheim a "great friend" and "big supporter".

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  • U.S. urges Turkey to remember Syria mission

    Earlier this month, U.S. officials had praised the YPG-dominated "Syrian Democratic Forces" for their liberation of the IS-held town of Manbij on the western side of the Euphrates. "We, the Military council of Jarablus and its countryside, announce the withdrawal of our forces to the line south of the Sajour River to preserve the lives of civilians and so that no pretext remains for continued strikes on villages and civilians", an online statement from the military council said, as cited by ...

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  • US Vice President Biden starts his farewell Balkan visit

    Biden had considered running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, as he had done in 1988 and 2008, but last October he announced his decision not to do so, in part because of his grief over the death of his son and also because of the lack of time remaining to mount a successful campaign.

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  • Hundreds of Women Just Freed Their Nipples in Cities Across the World

    A pair of giant inflatable breasts brought up the rear. The march was led by women carrying a banner, followed by others in a convertible - with the top down. Protest also took place in New Hampshire, Denver, Austin and Chicago. GoTopless president Nadine Gray told ABC7 that the objective of the event is to take away the stigma around female nudity.

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  • TR principal says American flag has been used to 'taunt' Berea students

    TR principal says American flag has been used to 'taunt' Berea students

    The Upstate principal at the center of a controversy that erupted during a high school football game on Friday has reversed his stance on students bringing the American flag to school events. The statement also said that there is no school or district ban on the American flag, as long as it is being used appropriately. Unlike Travelers Rest High School, where almost 80 percent of students are white and less than 5 percent of students are Hispanic, Berea High is fairly diverse with more than ...

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  • Weiner, Abedin to separate after sexting revelation

    Weiner, Abedin to separate after sexting revelation

    She adds: "Anthony and I remain devoted to doing what is best for our son, who is the light of our life". Abedin, who as vice chair of Clinton's campaign is destined for big things if the Democrat is elected president, stayed with Weiner after a sexting scandal led him to resign from Congress in 2011 and after a new outbreak of online misbehavior wrecked his bid for NY mayor in 2013.

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  • Britain's Labour party says resolves conference security stand-of

    A Scottish deficit of nearly £15 billion places a huge question mark over the SNP's independence mission, Jeremy Corbyn has said. "I've been Labour all my life and I'll be Labour till I die". The comments are published on the same day Mr Smith was accused of "degrading" the Labour leadership contest after he appeared to call Jeremy Corbyn a "lunatic".

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  • Indianapolis hit by flooding as Kokomo cleans up

    Utility companies reported at least 18,000 homes and businesses remained without electricity Thursday morning. Survey teams confirmed six tornadoes swept central Indiana's Carroll, Howard, Marion and Montgomery counties on Wednesday, including an EF3 tornado with winds of up to 152 miles per hour that damaged homes and businesses in Kokomo.

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  • Wall Street ganó 0,6% al ritmo de la Fed y datos económicos

    Wall Street ganó 0,6% al ritmo de la Fed y datos económicos

    En México el principal indicador de la BMV, registró así un avance de 229.55 puntos, o un 0.48%, respecto al nivel previo, con lo que finalizó en 47,599.12 unidades. En segundo plano quedaba una nueva caída del precio del petróleo en los mercados internacionales: el barril de Texas bajaba un 1,64 % y cotizaba en Nueva York a 46,86 dólares y el crudo Brent cedía en Londres un 1,42 % hasta 49,21 dólares.

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  • Сivilians reported killed as Turkey targets Kurdish positions in Syria

    As well as fighting Islamic State (IS) jihadists, Turkey's offensive in Syria is aimed at countering the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) and its People's Protection Units (YPG) militia. The FSA has gained full control of Jarablus district, part of Aleppo province in northern Syria , following "Operation Euphrates Shield" launched by the Turkish Armed Forces and an worldwide anti-ISIL coalition.

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  • Bomb explodes in Brussels, no casualties reported

    Some 30 firefighters helped put out the resulting fire at, which media said suffered "significant" damage but caused no casualties. The building, in the Neder-Over-Hembeek suburb of northern Brussels , is actually linked to the country's Ministry of Justice.

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  • Halo 5: Forge Coming to PC This September

    An in-game browser will be a welcome addition for Halo 5 players who are now required to visit the Halo Waypoint website to mark which Forge created content they want to download to the console. The two new multiplayer maps included in the DLC, Mercy and Temple, are both set on the Elite homeworld of Sanghelios. 343 Industries has now revealed the PC specifications required to run Halo 5: Forge .

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  • Suspect Arrested In The Murder Of 2 Nuns

    An officer went the women's home around 10 a.m. Thursday for a wellness check after they did not report for work at the Lexington Medical Clinic near Durant. The sisters, who both helped patients struggling to pay for their healthcare at nearby Lexington Medical Clinic, were reported missing by concerned colleagues after they failed to turn up for work.

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