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  • Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau 'wounded' in air strike: Nigerian army

    The spokesman for the Nigerian army, Sani Usman, announced that Abubakar Shekau was "fatally wounded", August 19, during a air strike on their stronghold in the Sambisa forest in north-eastern Nigeria. There was no immediate reaction from the terror organisation. "Extremism can't be defeated through repression or fear", Reuters news agency quotes him as saying.

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  • Trump to make OH campaign stop Thursday

    Trump to make OH campaign stop Thursday

    In 2009, DHL Express closed an air-shipping hub there, leaving thousands of area residents out of a job. Trump was last in Greater Cincinnati July 6, when he held a rally in Sharonville. Details of the event are unknown. "His hateful rhetoric does not reflect the values of Wilmington, and his fear-mongering is not welcomed in our community".

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  • Woman killed daughter she thought was possessed, police say

    Woman killed daughter she thought was possessed, police say

    According to police, at 2:14 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to a welfare check at a home in the 1500 block of N. McKinley. 50-year-old Juanita Gomez allegedly told police she forced a crucifix and religious medallion down her daughter Geneva's throat, reports the Daily Mail .

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  • Germany expects sharp drop in refugees numbers this year

    As many as 1.5 million refugees entered Germany a year ago, carried in on a wave of euphoria by residents holding "Refugees Welcome" banners as the they arrived in the country. Merkel said she welcomes the debate on taxes and signalled she'll take a stand next spring when the 2016 budget data are in. Germany is home to more than 3 million people of Turkish origin.

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  • Trump vows to 'stop slaughter' in black communities

    Trump vows to 'stop slaughter' in black communities

    In his speech at the Republican National Convention, Trump made seven references to the conflict in Syria, pointing to the war-ravaged nation as a source of much of the world's turmoil, particularly immigration and extremism. "All the media wants to talk about is the 11 million...that are here illegally". Moreover, the safest course for him politically may be to continue to obfuscate on immigration policy to avoid antagonize either side of the debate.

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  • Rockets hit Saudi border town as Yemen war flares anew

    In talks in Jeddah this week, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the conflict had gone on too long and needed to end. " We agreed on a renewed approach to negotiations with both a security and political track simultaneously working in order to provide a comprehensive settlement ", Kerry said.

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  • Federal judge blocks enforcement of North Carolina 'bathroom bill'

    Transgender residents challenging the law argue that restroom safety is protected by existing laws, while the North Carolina measure is harmful and discriminatory. Previously tweeting, the National Basketball Association said it was "deeply concerned that this discriminatory law runs counter to our guiding principals of equality and mutual respect and do not know what impact it will have on our ability to successfully host the 2017 All-Star game in Charlotte".

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  • 10 mil personas han muerto en el conflicto yemení

    10 mil personas han muerto en el conflicto yemení

    Los insurgentes todavía no han reaccionado oficialmente sobre el plan propuesto por Washington. El conflicto estalló cuando el movimiento rebelde de los hutíes ocupó en septiembre de 2014 la capital yemení y otras provincias del norte y centro del país, por lo que el presidente yemení, Abdo Rabu Mansur Hadi, huyó a la ciudad meridional yemení de Adén y de ahí a Riad, donde reside junto a los integrantes de su Gobierno.

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  • German EU commissioner 'wouldn't bet big money on Brexit'

    While acknowledging that the Brexit vote on June 23 is legally binding, Mr Oettinger went on: "Public opinion could shift when the economic situation worsens following the result of the referendum". Oettinger said that the longer the United Kingdom waits to trigger the Article 50 procedure that would initiate Brexit talks, "the more uncertain the situation is, both economically and politically".

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  • Two United Pilots Arrested On Alcohol Charges

    A United Airlines flight bound for Newark was in the process of boarding at Scotland's Glasgow Airport on Saturday when both the pilot and copilot were arrested on suspicion of being drunk. The incident comes just six weeks after two other pilots were arrested on suspicion of being drunk at the airport. The airline is cooperating with the investigation and is conducting its own, it said.

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  • Public backlash, PR crisis continues despite cost concession for EpiPens

    There are now answers for those suffering because of the soaring costs of EpiPens. "Everybody suffers, except the Mylan investors", said Sabrina Corlette of Georgetown University's Health Policy Institute. It's to cut the price. That wasn't enough for many parents, and it seems like it wasn't enough for Sarah Jessica Parker. Richard Blumenthal, D-Connecticut, dismissed the actions Mylan detailed Thursday as a baby step.

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  • Frenchman charged with British backpacker's murder in Australia

    Name of the suspect has not been released as Queensland police don't do it. The Australian Federal Police and the Joint Counter Terrorism Unit were in Home Hill yesterday and are investigating any links between Ayad and radical organisations, although they have not found any evidence of radicalisation.

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  • Hamilton anxious he would not complete Belgian GP

    Rosberg insists he isn't focussing on the points situation, but instead on doing the best job he can. Victory was required and he delivered, working his tyres well, albeit with no real opposition. Spaniard Carlos Sainz lost control when his rear right tire blew out, sending him pirouetting to an improvised halt on the grass. It helped Hamilton and Alonso, who avoided the early carnage up front, then gained places when the safety auto came out after Danish driver Kevin Magnussen's crash.

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  • More than 6500 migrants rescued at sea off Libyan coast

    Italian coastguards rescued 1,100 people trying to cross the Mediterranean from Libya in 11 different rescue operations on Sunday. A five-day-old baby was among those rescued along with other infants and was airlifted to an Italian hospital, according to Doctors Without Borders (MSF), which took part in operations.

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  • Congreso de Colombia aprobó la convocatoria del plebiscito

    Congreso de Colombia aprobó la convocatoria del plebiscito

    El mandatario dijo que espera que con la llegada de estas personas al territorio no sea para problemas como cuando ocurrió en la zonade distensión, donde lo único que quedó fue miseria y muchos problemas. De la Calle viajará a La Habana el martes para intentar reunirse con el presidente cubano Raúl Castro y agradecerle la acogida en estos años. La firma del acuerdo, por Santos y el máximo jefe de las FARC , Rodrigo Londoño, alias "Timochenko" se hará en un lugar por definir entre el 20 y el ...

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  • Bangladesh cops storm militant hideout, kill Dhaka cafe attack mastermind

    According to the investigators, Chowdhury had accompanied the five attackers from their Bashundhara flat to Gulshan, Dhaka and left the area after bidding them farewell just before the cafe siege began on July 1. The cafe attack killed 20 hostages and two police officers. Authorities said Chowdhury is a leader of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh, a new branch of the domestic terrorism outfit that produced the cafe attackers and is affiliated with the Islamic State.

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  • La película que unió a 'Don Ramón' y Juan Gabriel

    La película que unió a 'Don Ramón' y Juan Gabriel

    Juan Gabriel era propietario en el exclusivo complejo de apartamentos de la calle Marine Terrace número 11 de una moderna unidad donde vivía y donde sobrevino su deceso. Habitantes y autoridades del municipio de Parácuaro, en el suroccidental estado mexicano de Michoacán, buscan que los restos de Juan Gabriel descansen en la tumba de su madre Victoria Valadez Rojas, tal como el cantautor confesó desear en enero pasado al alcalde Noé Zamora.

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  • More than 300 reindeer killed by lightning in Norway

    The national park , the largest in Norway with wild reindeer populations, spans some 8,000 square kilometers and is home to 10,000 to 11,000 wild reindeer . Once they arrived, they counted the number of bodies. So yep, with the insane amount of rain seeping into the already fast-thawing ground, those lightning rod legs, and that steadfast pack mentality, these poor reindeer had a whole lot going against them that day.

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  • England win second ODI against Pakistan

    Left-hander Morgan's knock on his Middlesex home ground ended a run of 23 worldwide innings without a fifty for the former Ireland star. Pakistan , described by their own head coach Mickey Arthur as "behind the times" on the eve of the match, showed three changes with Sami Aslam, Yasir Shah and Hasan Ali in for Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Nawaz and Umar Gul.

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  • Simone Biles' Play 'Boyfriend' Has a Message For Her Crush Zac Efron

    Simone Biles' Play 'Boyfriend' Has a Message For Her Crush Zac Efron

    Looks like the real Olympic event is the race to win Simone Biles' heart. Judging by the adorable reaction of Biles and her gymnastics teammates, they were pretty pleased when Efron came to meet them. "Thanks Zac! I hope you can watch Team Final tomorrow night", Biles responded. Biles' face has been everywhere, even before she even got to Rio. Biles made history as well, becoming the first United States gymnast to win four gold medals in one Olympic game.

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  • Los docentes pararán en todo el país el 24 de este mes

    Los docentes pararán en todo el país el 24 de este mes

    Al mismo tiempo agregó que "la preocupación de los trabajadores es el salario, con la inflación y los tarifazos, hay una situación de crisis", por eso desde los gremios reclaman a nivel nacional "un compromiso paritario que nos favorezca, y en donde el salario docente sea no solo digno, sino que sea valorativo de las condiciones de los docentes".

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  • Gobierno boliviano confirma la muerte de un cuarto minero por el conflicto

    La Fiscalía acusa a Mamani, presidente de la Federación Nacional de Cooperativas Minera ( Fencomin ), de "los delitos de asesinato; robo agravado; organización criminal; tenencia y porte o portación ilícita; y atentados contra miembros de organismos de seguridad del Estado, en grado de autoría", señaló en un comunicado .

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  • Cousin of National Basketball Association star Wade killed in Chicago shooting

    Cousin of National Basketball Association star Wade killed in Chicago shooting

    Mugshots from the Chicago Police Department show 22-year-old Derren Sorrells , left, and his 26-year-old brother, Darwin Sorrells Jr . "Mr. Sorrels is on parole for motor vehicle theft and for escape from custody". Pastor Wade held her sobbing sister, Aldridge's mother, close the entire time. "If you have a magic bullet to stop crime not just here, but everywhere in America, then please, share it with us", he said curtly.

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  • Juan Gabriel, "artesano de la canción popular": prensa española

    Era uno de los grandes exitos de Juan Gabriel: "De mí enamórate", canción del año 1990. John Kades, jefe de la oficina del forense del condado de Los Ángeles , dijo a The Associated Press que no podían decir cuál fue la causa del deceso porque aún no han firmado su certificado de defunción, pero comentó que " debido a su historial médico, él no necesita una autopsia ".

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  • Tropical Depression 9 expected to move toward Florida, Georgia

    The season's ninth tropical depression is expected to become a tropical storm on Tuesday, according to forecasters from the National Hurricane Center. Whichever depression reaches the wind threshold first will be named Hermine, while the other will be called Ian. "There's a higher risk of rain and storms as the week continues", Campos said.

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  • Apple sends out invite for iPhone 7 launch event

    Apple is also expected to tout a new-look Apple Watch and a series of changes to its MacBook range. This means that Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus will probably go on sale on their retail stores on the 16th of September 2016. Phone accessory maker Spigen Inc . has posted several iPhone 7 case options to its website, making them already available for purchase. The invite says, "See you on the 7th".

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