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  • Russian Federation downplays conflict with USA over Syria weapons report

    The Assad regime's indiscriminate and sustained use of them against their own people, including children, is horrific and must stop. Price said the findings "present yet another opportunity for all nations to speak with one voice to address these heinous crimes and to make it clear that the use of chemical weapons is intolerable".

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  • Mylan to offer a generic EpiPen at half the price

    Mylan's announcement Monday comes a few days after the compounding pharmacy Imprimis Pharmaceuticals said it might be able to sell a version of the allergy treatment in a few months and would likely charge around $100 for two injectors.

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  • Bomb explodes at Brussels criminology institute

    The explosion occurred after a auto rammed through barriers and before the bomb exploded at just after 3am local time. Fire service spokesperson, Pierre Meys, said: "It was probably not accidental". Scientific analysis related to criminal cases are done at the institute, which is linked to Belgium's federal justice body. Belgium's terror alert level remains high since bomb attacks on Brussels airport and the city's metro claimed by the Islamic State killed 32 people in March.

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  • Bomb blast heard at Brussels police building

    Some laboratories caught fire, but there are no reports of casualties. The police and army have been deployed in large numbers since suicide bombers attacked Paris last November, leaving 130 dead. Fire service spokesperson, Pierre Meys, said: "It was probably not accidental". Among the institute's tasks is carrying out forensic analysis for criminal cases.

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  • JNUSU elections get its first woman chief election commissioner

    JNUSU elections get its first woman chief election commissioner

    The dates for the 2016-17 polls are scheduled to be declared on Monday. Unlike other universities, JNUSU elections are conducted entirely by students with no involvement of the administration. The elections for student representatives of the Gender Sensitization Committee Against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH) which are usually held in March are long overdue this year as the university was caught in the sedition row during the period over alleged shouting of anti-national events at an on-campus ...

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  • Labor, The Greens and Independents Have Just Announced Separate Marriage Equality Bills

    CANBERRA, Australia-Efforts to legalize same-sex marriage in Australia are hitting up against a splintered Parliament after July elections drastically weakened conservative leader Malcolm Turnbull's government. Listen to Not for Podcast's goal of Plebiscite to hear academics, politicians and advocates debate the issue of a plebiscite versus a free parliamentary vote, while a mental health expert explains the impact on the LGBTI community.

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  • Apple to launch three models of iPhone 7 on September 7

    Apple to launch three models of iPhone 7 on September 7

    Apple is known for announcing iPhones in September. Apple Watch (2nd gen) is also rumoured to launch alongside the new iPhone models. The tech giant will debut its new iPhone amidst a legal storm in the U.S. Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus complete camera setup will bumped rather than just lens. The claim documented against Apple striking that it declined the upgrading and altering the touchscreen in spite of knowing the disfigurement much before the arrival of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

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  • Tropical weather may be headed to Florida

    Tropical weather may be headed to Florida

    National Hurricane Center. In addition, shower and thunderstorm activity has become significantly less organized during the past 24 hours. There are now no watches for the Gulf coast , but the tropical depression north of Cuba is expected to bend back toward Florida later this week.

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  • Yemeni Houthi Rebels Ready to Continue Peace Talks With Government

    Yemeni Houthi Rebels Ready to Continue Peace Talks With Government

    The United Nations' human rights chief Thursday called for an independent global investigation of abuses in Yemen that include military attacks on residential areas and medical facilities. The meetings today show the deep concern among the global community about the ongoing conflict in Yemen. Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and other rights groups have similarly urged the US, United Kingdom and France to suspend arms sales to Saudi Arabia until it curtails its airstrikes in ...

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  • India giving correct J&K picture to United Nations human rights body

    India giving correct J&K picture to United Nations human rights body

    According to sources, while accepting the invite by Pakistani Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry, India has conveyed that it "rejects the self-serving allegations (of Pakistan) over Jammu and Kashmir in totality" and asserted that the northern state is an integral part of India "where Pakistan has no locus standi".

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  • Duterte's spokesman says United Nations, int'l bodies not welcome to probe killings

    Duterte's anti-drug campaign is said to have claimed the lives of around 1,000 drug addicts and dealers since the president took office, and police have admitted responsibility for the deaths of almost 600 drug suspects since July. Mr Duterte said he felt disrespected that the United Nations would issue statements without seeing him first. Duterte on Friday denied that the government or police forces were involved in such killings.

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  • Greene wins Democratic House primary, will face Liz Cheney

    Greene wins Democratic House primary, will face Liz Cheney

    Stubson also credited Cheney's fundraising with playing a role in the outcome of the race, saying both that and her family name likely helped. FILE - In this February 18, 2010 file photo, Liz Cheney addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington.

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  • Fight to save Hearst Castle from Chimney Fire enters Day 11

    Fight to save Hearst Castle from Chimney Fire enters Day 11

    Although it is fire authorities who request the evacuation orders, it is law enforcement officers who carry them out. At 17,000 acres on Saturday afternoon with 35% containment, the fire was within 2 miles of Hearst Castle . Some evacuations were completed this weekend, but other residents of Running Deer Ranch were faced with a "shelter in place" alert, as San Luis Obispo County's Chimney Fire grew to an estimated 4000 acres on Sunday.

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  • Police identify suspect, still at-large, in fatal Huntsville sho

    WAFF 48 News is tracking this breaking story. Police say the series of crimes started Friday on Bailey Cove Road, where Hardy kidnapped his ex-girlfriend's daughter and stepfather from her apartment and forced them to drive to a home on Morland Pointe in an attempt to find the ex-girlfriend.

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  • Brazil's president proclaims innocence at impeachment trial

    Brazil's president proclaims innocence at impeachment trial

    Ms Rousseff is accused of having taken illegal state loans to patch budget holes. Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff told the country's Senate yesterday that her impeachment trial is a coup d'etat and that she is innocent. local time. Her words should galvanize supporters to fight against what she considers a " coup ". After riding the commodities boom in her first term, Rousseff saw her popularity dwindle to single figures this year amid a deep recession that many Brazilians ...

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  • Yorkshire campaigners warn new childhood obesity plan will 'fail a generation'

    Parveen Kumar, chairwoman of the British Medical Association board of science, said it's "incredibly disappointing" that the plan doesn't include restrictions on marketing of unhealthy food and drinks aimed at children. It focuses too strongly on the role of this one nutrient, when obesity is caused by excess calories from any nutrient. "Reformulation is hard and costly: there are different challenges for each product; recipe change can only proceed at a pace dictated by consumers".

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  • Deadly airstrike hits Doctors Without Borders hospital in Yemen

    A hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders is seen after was hit by a Saudi-led airstrike in the northern town of Abs, Yemen , Tuesday, Aug.16, 2016. "Coalition officials repeatedly state that they honor worldwide humanitarian law, yet this attack shows a failure to control the use of force and to avoid attacks on hospitals full of patients." it continued.

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  • Romania to repatriate 7 bodies of quake victims

    A devastating quake rocked central Italy early Wednesday, collapsing homes on. The quake struck at 3:36 a.m. and was felt across a broad section of central Italy , including the capital Rome where people felt a long swaying followed by aftershocks.

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  • Stanford Sexual Assault Judge Will No Longer Hear Criminal Cases

    Persky's decision to no longer hear criminal cases comes after he recused himself from another sex crime case earlier this week, citing potential doubt from the public of his impartiality, the Mercury News reported . Hundreds of thousands rallied to her cause in online petitions decrying Persky's sentence, and her statement was even read on the floor in Capitol Hill, so it could be entered into the congressional record.

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  • Bomb blast hits Brussels' criminology institute, no casualties reported

    According to prosecutors, the coroner is leading the case under the article "deliberate arson and causing damage to a building by means of an explosion", the statement reads. Investigators said that the suspected arsonists lit the laboratory on fire that is used to analyse DNA samples found at crime scenes. It is suspected that the fire was set to get rid of " several files ", Wymersch told AP.

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  • Suicida ataca la embajada de China en Kirguistán

    Suicida ataca la embajada de China en Kirguistán

    El conductor del vehículo intruso murió en la acción, mientras dos jóvenes jardineros de 17 años de edad y una mujer resultaron con heridas. El viceprimer ministro, Zhenish Razakov, dijo que el suicida se estrelló contra la puerta de la embajada, lo que activó la bomba, según declaraciones publicadas por la agencia Interfax.

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  • Man Held For Murder Of Two Mississippi Nuns

    According to the Mississippi Department of Corrections, Sanders was convicted of a felony DUI in Attala County and sentenced in 2015. It's reported Sanders was convicted past year of a driving under the influence offence but was released from prison and is now on probation.

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  • UNSC seeking to adopt statement to condemn N. Korea's SLBM launch

    China's foreign minister Wang Yi along with his Japanese and South Korean counterparts on Wednesday criticized North Korea for conducting a ballistic missile launch early this week and urged Pyongyang to refrain from "provocative" actions. Many outside experts say North Korea doesn't yet have a functioning long-range nuclear missile capable of reaching the continental U.S. China said on Wednesday that it opposes the North's nuclear and missile programmes.

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  • Hurriyat has no right to say it is being pressurised: Congress

    Hurriyat has no right to say it is being pressurised: Congress

    The case pertains to a PE registered by the NIA to probe flow of funds into various bank accounts from overseas which in turn is allegedly being used for anti-national activities in the Valley. It added that the NIA had been directed to investigate these "fabricated cases" as an attempt at "pressurising the leadership" because authorities have been unable to control the clashes in Kashmir.

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  • North Korea executes two officials in latest high-level purge

    North Korea executes two officials in latest high-level purge

    He had about 50 officials executed in 2014 on charges ranging from graft to watching South Korean soap operas. The executions could not be confirmed by a spokesman at South Korea's Unification Ministry, Bloomberg reported . North Korea rarely announces or confirms its executions and some previous media reports have later been proved incorrect. The JoongAng Ilbo said the two men were executed by anti-aircraft gun at a military academy in Pyongyang .

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  • Rousseff pidió al Senado votar contra su destitución

    Durante su testimonio, Rousseff declaró ante los senadores que votar por su destitución representaría un "golpe de Estado". El discurso tenía un toque personal, alejado en muchos pasajes de tecnicismos, como preveían los simpatizantes de Rousseff .

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  • USA alarmed by surge in fighting as Turks target Kurd militias

    A group monitoring the tangled, five-year-old conflict in Syria said 41 people were killed by Turkish air strikes as Turkish forces pushed south on Sunday. Turkey, led by President Tayyip Erdogan, has insisted the Kurdish militia, which it regards as terrorists, retreat east across the Euphrates river.

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  • Trump hovers over McCain, Rubio Senate re-election contests — In US

    During their re-election efforts, both McCain and Rubio have offered support for Trump as the party's White House nominee. Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera accompanied Rubio on his trip. Canova has raised about $3.3 million - more than Wasserman Schultz and an astounding amount for a first-time candidate running against someone who has served the area for more than 24 years in the state Legislature and Congress.

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