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  • Turkish-backed FSA clears more Syrian villages of DAESH

    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. "We call on all armed actors to stand down. the U.S.is actively engaged to facilitate such de-confliction and unity of focus on ISIL, which remains a lethal and common threat", Brett McGurk, the USA envoy for the coalition to counter Islamic State (IS) said on Twitter .

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  • Ariya Jutanugarn wins in Canada for 5th LPGA Tour title

    Knee pain forced the 20-year-old from Thailand to withdraw during the third round of the women's golf tournament in Rio, where women's golf made its Olympic debut. "I couldn't have asked for a better way to come back from Rio than to play in Canada for two weeks, and playing well here is icing on the cake ..." "But it's been a great week".

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  • Yale grad students file petition seeking union certification

    Yale grad students file petition seeking union certification

    The filing follows a board ruling last week that found graduate assistants at private universities are employees and have a right to union representation - a reversal of guidance that had stood since 2004. The current board ruled 3-1 in a decision that may open the path to the unionization of Local 33, a graduate student organization formerly known as GESO which has championed the issue for decades.

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  • Lightning Storm Kills Hundreds of Wild Reindeer in Norway

    Of all the reindeer killed , five were put down due to their injuries. At least 323 reindeer were found dead by a gamekeeper on a central mountain in southern Norway on Friday. According to animal experts, so many reindeer were killed in the serious thunderstorm because reindeer tend to stay close to one another during harsh weather conditions.

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  • US to meet goal of admitting 10000 Syrian refugees

    The 10,000th Syrian refugee is arriving in the U.S. Monday afternoon under a year-old resettlement plan, and the White House boasted that the Obama administration has hit its target more than a month ahead of schedule. The Obama administration's objective was to reach the refugee goal by the beginning of the next fiscal year, which begins on October 1. More than half of have been resettled in eight states-California, Michigan, Arizona, Texas, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Florida, and NY.

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  • Attack Boat Illinois Delivers Early to Navy

    Attack Boat Illinois Delivers Early to Navy

    Electric Boat will also maintain, update, and support the Virginia Class design and related drawings and data for each Virginia Class submarine including technology insertion throughout its construction and Post Shakedown Availability (PSA) period, the release noted.

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  • Filipino threatens pullout from UN

    The UN's special rapporteur on summary executions, Agnes Callamard, said Duterte's promise of immunity and bounties to security forces who killed drug suspects violated worldwide law. "What do you think the Americans did to the black people there?" There are more than 1,000 people killed in the campaign, according to media reports .

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  • Investigators focus on 911 call before LAX panic

    Officers with rifles stormed terminals but uncovered no evidence of a gunman or shots fired Sunday. The shooting scare on Sunday night, which marked the worst security disruption in almost three years at the second-busiest US airport, began with police receiving a call reporting gunshots fired at a United Airlines gate inside Terminal 8, police said.

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  • Flood volunteer bus hits fire truck; 2 dead, dozens hurt

    St. John Fire District Chief Spencer Chauvin was killed and two other firefighters remain hospitalized. The accident occurred on Sunday morning near Laplace , Louisiana, on Interstate 10. The bus hit the fire truck, then hit a vehicle, and then veered behind the fire truck and into the pickup truck, knocking three firefighters who were standing near the guard rail into the water below, Matey said.

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  • 21-year-old Mississippi man killed in bus crash

    21-year-old Mississippi man killed in bus crash

    The St. John the Baptist Parish fire chief and one other person died this morning in a crash on I-10 West involving a charter bus. The Titan then crossed the left and right lanes and struck the right guardrail. They all were transported to local hospitals with minor to moderate injuries. Rodriguez, who is from Honduras, was in the USA illegally, the network reported, citing Matey.

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  • Mike Pence Says Donald Trump's Immigration Policy Is Steady

    In his speech on Saturday in Iowa, Trump said he would seek to institute a tracking system to ensure illegal immigrants who overstay their visas are quickly removed, and would propose an e-verify system to prevent undocumented residents from gaining access to welfare and other benefits.

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  • Man wanted after firearm pointed at vehicle in Northland

    Man wanted after firearm pointed at vehicle in Northland

    Police said the five occupants fled and their vehicle was abandoned on Te Pua Rd. Three males decamped from the auto and fled into farmland near Te Pua Rd. A search is now underway for one male. The incident was not related to separate searches underway for Joshua Kite or Mark Fletcher, police said. A further update will be provided when more information is available.

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  • Ramos no ocultó su sorpresa por la ausencia de Casillas

    Ramos no ocultó su sorpresa por la ausencia de Casillas

    Sin embargo, no pudo ocultar su extrañeza ante la ausencia de Iker Casillas en la primera lista del técnico vasco. Siempre ha sido nuestro primer capitán; es raro que estemos en una convocatoria y no esté Iker Casillas pero es una decisión respetable.

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  • Las FARC convocan a conferencia nacional tras anuncio de paz en Colombia

    Las FARC convocan a conferencia nacional tras anuncio de paz en Colombia

    Esta semana fue aprobado en La Habana, Cuba, el Acuerdo de Paz, y el presidente Juan Manuel Santos decretó el cese al fuego y de hostilidades definitivo contra las Farc desde este lunes, por lo que los guerrilleros podrán movilizarse para realizar la conferencia a la que asisten los miembros del secretariado, los 21 miembros del Estado Mayor de las Farc y los mandos de bloques, frentes y compañías.

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  • "Checo" Pérez, quinto lugar en Bélgica

    El Gran Premio de Bélgica disputado ayer en el circuito de Spa-Francorchaps, resultó imprevisible debido al incidente ocurrido en la primera curva, cuando se vieron involucrados los dos coches de Ferrari (pilotados por Sebastian Vettel y Kimi Raikkonen ) y el de Max Verstappen (Red Bull), que era el gran favorito para adelantar en la largada a Nico Rosberg, que conservó la " pole " y ganó la carrera sin ningún problema, con un tiempo de 1:44:51.058.

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  • Cesarán en Chiapas y Michoacán a 650 maestros faltistas

    Y las de Michoacán cesarán a 80, según informes dados a conocer el viernes por la Secretaría de Educación Pública ( SEP ). Maestros de las secciones 7 y 40, de Chiapas , tomaron ayer estaciones de radio y canales de televisión de la capital Tuxtla Gutiérrez , para difundir mensajes sobre su lucha en contra de la reforma educativa .

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  • No more criminal trials for judge Aaron Persky

    Judge Vincent Chiarello will be assigned to Department 89 in Palo Alto. A reassignment is possible due to the request of another judge to relocate to Palo Alto. The California judge has recused himself from making his first key decision in another sex case. In June, Persky sentenced another defendant facing similar charges to three years in prison - but that defendant was 32-year-old Raul Ramirez, who is Latino.

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  • Pobreza extrema en Venezuela descendió a 4.4% — Ricardo Menéndez

    De este número, 683.370 familias serían "pobres extremos", lo que representa el 9,3 %, superior al 8,4 % del mismo período del año anterior. Gracias a las políticas que ha ejecutado la Revolución Bolivariana, la pobreza extrema en Venezuela continúa en descenso y durante el primer semestre de 2016 se ubica en 4 ,4%, a pesar de la guerra no convencional que sectores políticos y empresariales han emprendido en contra del pueblo venezolano, informó este lunes el vicepresidente de ...

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  • Girl's killing is New Mexico's latest horrific child death

    In 2015, Gonzales pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor crimes for allegedly having beaten a woman in a vehicle while she was driving. A baby was also in the vehicle at the time. Three people arrested in the case include her own mother. Wester said Friday the archdiocese will hold a symposium on child well-being in New Mexico on October 1 in honor of Victoria Martens.

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  • Bucket truck overturns with 2 workers in bucket

    Bucket truck overturns with 2 workers in bucket

    Two workers were in the bucket at the time of the incident. Two workers were in the truck's bucket underneath the bridge when it overturned. The workers were rescued just before 3 p.m. We are thankful to all public safety first responders for acting quickly and that the workers are safe. According to necn affiliate WJAR , the bridge was closed in both directions.

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  • Brewers Fall To Pirates 9

    Harrison collected three hits with two runs scored, two RBIs and two stolen bases. Josh Harrison stepped up with a spectacular effort Saturday to help the Pirates beat the Milwaukee Brewers 9-6 in a thrilling offensive showdown. Pittsburgh Pirates' Starling Marte , left, and Gregory Polanco , right, celebrates after the Pirates beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1 during a baseball game, Sunday, Aug.

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  • Primer funeral de Estado por las víctimas del seísmo en Italia

    Primer funeral de Estado por las víctimas del seísmo en Italia

    Protección Civil teme que hayan más fallecidos entre los escombros , por lo que han intensificado sus labores de búsqueda y rescate con el objetivo de encontrar sobrevivientes bajo los escombros antes que el tiempo "se acabe", pues consideran que una persona puede aguantar con vida hasta dos o tres días bajo las ruinas.

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  • United pilots suspected of being drunk arrested in Scotland

    A couple of United Airlines pilots were arrested for suspected of walking drunk at Glasgow Airport before they were to fly an aircraft from Scotland to the United States. According to MirrorUK , United Airlines have already released a statement that the two pilots are removed from the service and flying duties until further pending investigations.

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  • FBI detects breaches against two state voter systems

    The Arizona attack was more limited, involving malicious software that was introduced into its voter registration system but no successful exfiltration of data, a state official said... Barger also said that one of the methods used was similar to a tactic employed in other intrusions suspected of being carried out by the Russian government, including one this month on the World Anti-Doping Agency.

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  • State Election Databases Are Vulnerable to Breaches

    The bulletin does not identify the targeted states, but officials told NBC News they were IL and Arizona. Those records including information like voters' names, addresses, and birthdays. The Mercer County Clerks Office stores all that information on their own database and they want voters to know they're doing all they can to protect it.

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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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