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  • Explosion rocks Brussels criminology institute

    Reuters reported that a auto rammed through the barriers at about 3 am local time and one or more attackers caused a bomb explosion near the laboratories which then caught fire. The blast heard by locals could have been caused by combustible substances stored inside the institute rather than an explosive, Wymersch added. Police have been deployed at the site and the area has been sealed off.

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  • Claimed Bombing Against Yemen Recruits Kills 60

    An official said security personnel were evacuating the location. The Islamic State said in a statement carried by its Amaq news agency one of its suicide bombers carried out the bombing. And in May, twin suicide bombings in Aden claimed by IS killed at least 41 people. The attack comes amid a fresh push to end Yemen's 17-month-old war between Saudi-backed government and rebels.

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  • Pakistan wins toss and bats in 2nd ODI against England

    That Jonny Bairstow can't find a starting spot highlights their abundance of options. That show of faith in a player who has become the heartbeat of the England side was as much to do with the sheer presence of Stokes, who is expected to be fit to resume his all-round duties by bowling at Trent Bridge on Tuesday.

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  • Explosions rock Syrian town of Jarablus bordering Turkey

    Explosions rock Syrian town of Jarablus bordering Turkey

    Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency, citing the Turkish military, said the attack was carried out against "terrorists groups" that had attacked Turkish troops supporting a Free Syrian Army operation targeting Islamic State militants. led coalition airstrikes a day earlier. Kurdish fighters have been a key ally of the United States in the war against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, but the Turkish government views those fighters - the People's Protection Units in Syria, also known as the YPG - as an ...

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  • Schools joy after top set of GCSE results

    Portslade Aldridge Community Academy (PACA) saw 55 per cent of its students achieve the benchmark figure of five A* to C grades including English and maths. "These results demonstrate an 18 per cent improvement over previous year which was affected by the volatility in English marking experienced by many schools", he said.

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  • 81 senadores deciden si Dilma Rousseff es o no destituida definitivamente

    81 senadores deciden si Dilma Rousseff es o no destituida definitivamente

    Los senadores interrogarán a Rousseff en una sesión que se espera se extienda por todo el día, mientras que la mandataria suspendida se defenderá de los cargos de violar leyes presupuestarias. Su mensaje - estoico - no sólo iba dirigido a los senadores, sino a una nación entera. La intervención de Rousseff ante el Senado se prolongó durante casi 14 horas, tiempo en el que respondió las preguntas de los 48 senadores que se inscribieron para hablar.

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  • US will meet target of 10000 Syrian refugees today

    As the 10,000th refugee was registered in the U.S.'s civil census system, six weeks remain for Syrian applicants to seek refuge in the United States. The measly amount of Christian refugees, versus Muslims, has anxious some on the right, with the conservative-leaning CNSNews reporting that just 47 Christian refugees had been admitted into the United States before the Monday mark, making the total less than one half of one percent.

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  • Claressa Shields successfully defends her Olympic championship

    Shields closed out the round strongly to take the first round on the scorecards. Shields, 21, set the tone early, coming out at the bell with a wicked hook aimed at Fontijn, 29. "But I knew she couldn't do that". I was starving my body. "That was one of the happiest days of my life and I just stood on the podium", she said. Shields hopes the gold medal is her family's ticket out of Flint, where violent death is such "an everyday thing" that no one seems to notice anymore, she said in the ...

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  • Apple to show off new offerings on Sept 7

    Apple to show off new offerings on Sept 7

    Apple has sent out invitations to a special event for September 7 in San Francisco, where the company is expected to announce the iPhone 7 and possibly the Apple Watch 2. A new Apple Watch model and new MacBook Pros are on the more likely end of the spectrum, but the larger iPad Pro and most of the Mac lineup are at least a year old, and a few of the Macs are even older.

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  • Bangladesh Police Claim Café Attack Mastermind Dead

    Bangladesh Police Claim Café Attack Mastermind Dead

    The safe house where Chowdhury was killed Saturday could potentially provide a "treasure trove" of information for investigators about his activities and plans, according to terrorism analyst Animesh Roul, executive director of the Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict in New Delhi.

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  • Brazil's Rousseff defends self ahead of Senate's ouster vote

    Brazil's Rousseff defends self ahead of Senate's ouster vote

    Many senators say they are yet undecided. For Rousseff to be removed, at least 54 of the 81 senators need to vote in favor. The impeachment trial of Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is in its final stages. "I faced cancer which could have taken my life, now I fear the death of democracy", she said. "Dilma, warrior of the Brazilian homeland", the crowd of supporters shouted.

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  • Jim Brown Supports Colin Kaepernick for Sitting During National Anthem

    Jim Brown Supports Colin Kaepernick for Sitting During National Anthem

    Green Bay won 21-10. "I think he could have picked a better platform and a better way to do it". "It's hard for me, because my brother was a Marine, and he lost a lot of friends over there", Boone said . Kaepernick's gesture places him at the intersection of race relations and pro sports, where much of the sports media's attention has been focused all summer.

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  • Trump Joined By Brexit Architect At Speech In Mississippi

    Hillary Clinton has accused Nigel Farage of capitalising on a "rising tide of hardline, right-wing nationalism" to secure a Leave vote in the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union. As Mr Trump continues to sink in USA polls, this is music to his ears. "No citizenship. Let me go a step further - they'll pay back taxes, they have to pay taxes, there's no amnesty, as such, there's no amnesty, but we work with them", Trump said in an interview with Fox News.

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  • Broncos Trying To Trade Mark Sanchez

    Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler were ahead of him on the depth chart last season . The only blemishes on Siemian's preseason performance have been his two interceptions plus a few errant throws. "I believe in this kid and what he can do for our football team ". In the report, Siemian said he is "feeling confident" when asked if he thinks he will be the reigning Super Bowl champions' new starting passer.

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  • Mark Sanchez being shopped to Dallas Cowboys

    In so doing, however, the Broncos would enter the 2016 regular season-as defending World Champions-with their top-two quarterbacks having never thrown a pass in a real National Football League game. Trevor will be the first QB to start and take over a team that is the super bowl defending champion with zero passing yards/attempts. But asked if he believed he had done enough to be the starter, Siemian said: "I do, but again that's not my call".

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  • Obama To Meet Turkey's Erdogan In China On September 4

    In a sign of the sensitivities, the top USA military officer, General Joseph Dunford, called his Turkish counterpart on Sunday and Carter told the briefing he would see Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik next week. Turkey last week sent troops and tanks into northern Syria to help Syrian rebels seize the town of Jarablus from the Islamic State group, and have since been fighting Kurdish Syrian forces around the town in an effort to halt their advance across northern Syria.

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  • Juan Manuel Santos ordena alto al fuego definitivo con las FARC

    La firma de la paz de Colombia se hará en un acto protocolar, informó el ministro de la Defensa, Luis Carlos Villegas. Quito, – "Ojalá la paz en Colombia sea confirmada abrumadoramente en las urnas, pese a los insensatos que se oponen", dijo este sábado el presidente ecuatoriano Rafael Correa al felicitar al pueblo colombiano por las negociaciones en el proceso para poner fin a un conflicto armado de más de medio siglo.

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  • Boko Haram violence taking 'devastating toll' on children

    Boko Haram violence taking 'devastating toll' on children

    His meetings have dealt with the terrorist threat across the continent, from Al-Qaeda-affiliated Al Shabaab in East Africa to Islamic State-backed Boko Haram in the West. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have accused Nigerian troops of excessive force and extra-judicial killings of suspected Boko Haram insurgents, hundreds of Shiite Muslims and pro-Biafra protestors.

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  • Power Africa partners with Japan

    Power Africa partners with Japan

    The Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) summit was held for the first time away from Japan when it was hosted in Kenyan capital Nairobi at the weekend. Abe said 67 percent of that had already been put to use in various projects. "We have a feeling in our gut that in Africa, where possibilities abound, Japan can grow vigorously ", said Abe.

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  • Alto al fuego definitivo de las FARC comenzó este lunes

    Ahora sí: tras más de cuatro años de negociaciones públicas , los combates entre las fuerzas del Estado y las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) son, oficialmente, parte de la historia. Por un lado, existe la falta de información y conocimiento acerca de los acuerdos; por otro una tensión política entre el expresidente y actual senador Álvaro Uribe, opositor a este proceso de paz y muy popular en varios sectores de la población, y el actual presidente y promotor del proceso ...

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  • PTI moves Supreme Court for Prime Minister's disqualification

    PTI moves Supreme Court for Prime Minister's disqualification

    Haq said his party believed that on basis of the evidence presented before the court, Nawaz Sharif was no more eligible to remain the prime minister. The leader voiced disappointment with the National Accountability Bureau and the FBR, and said he still had hopes with the Supreme Court.

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  • North Korea missile launch: Kim Jong-Un calls it the

    North Korea missile launch: Kim Jong-Un calls it the "greatest success"

    North Korea is "bolstering" its "nuclear attack capability hour by hour" due to threats the USA mainland and military presence in the Pacific present, according to the state-run media. Washington also asked China to withdraw its objection to the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system to South Korea after the latest North Korean missile launch.

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  • "Juan Gabriel trascendió fronteras y generaciones", dice Barack Obama

    A través de las redes sociales, la adivina dedicó un mensaje de despedida a Juan Gabriel: "Por siempre te vamos a querer #JuanGabriel". Fue el menor de un total de 10 hermanos: Rosa, quien murió casi recién nacida; Virginia, su única y consentida hermana; José Guadalupe, Gabriel , Pablo, Miguel (ya fallecido) y tres Rafaeles, que también murieron.

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  • LAX Shooting Scare Triggers Second Airport Panic in Two Weeks

    In the NY incident this month, two people reported hearing what they thought were shots fired, law enforcement sources said then. False reports of an active shooter quickly spread, and passengers in five terminals evacuated or pushed through security checkpoints, airport police said.

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  • Asciende a 281 el número de muertos por temblor en Italia

    Asciende a 281 el número de muertos por temblor en Italia

    El obispo de Ascoli Piceno , que el sábado presidió el primer funeral de Estado por las víctimas del terremoto y que aseguró que los campanarios de las localidades destruidas "volverán a tocar", tiene previsto decir hoy misa en uno de los campamentos de damnificados , el de Pescara del Tronto.

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  • Sube a 291 el número de muertos por el terremoto en Italia

    Tres días después del devastador terremoto que sacudió el centro de Italia, el país se despidió ayer de las víctimas con un multitudinario funeral de Estado en Ascoli Piceno al que asistieron el presidente, Sergio Mattarella , y el primer ministro, Matteo Renzi , entre otras autoridades.

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  • Lightning Strike in Norway Kills More Than 300 Reindeer

    Lightning Strike in Norway Kills More Than 300 Reindeer

    Images have been released by the agency showing the reindeer carcasses scattered about. "They seem to have fallen dead on the ground, exactly where they stood". That, in turn, can lead to "step voltages", which involve an electric current traveling overland and impacting any person or object connected to the ground.

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  • Browns waive DB K'Waun Williams, recently suspended by team

    Browns waive DB K'Waun Williams, recently suspended by team

    The separation was foreshadowed by a controversy. The Browns had announced a suspension and fine for Williams for a violation of team rules after he didn't play in the preseason opener. Williams, 25, had been a productive nickel corner for the Browns the past two seasons after signing with them as an undrafted free agent in 2014. He compiled 69 tackles, including two sacks, eight passes defensed, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.

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  • Giants struggle on offense, especially up front

    Giants struggle on offense, especially up front

    The post Ben McAdoo Calls Out Giants Offensive Line appeared first on Cover32. I think we're going to get this thing right. The Jets , owners of one of the best defensive fronts in football, managed to record one sack and five hits against the Giants on Saturday night.

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  • Assad regime, DAESH use chemical weapons

    The Syrian government and Islamic State used chemical weapons during attacks in Syria in 2014 and 2015, a United Nations report has concluded. Islamic State used mustard gas in Aleppo governorate on August 21, 2015, it said. Charter, which authorizes military force and sanctions, if chemical weapons were transferred to or used in Syria. The report's revelations come weeks before another United Nations report is expected to confirm chlorine gas use by the Syrian regime.

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