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  • En medio de réplicas prosigue rescate tras terremoto de Italia

    En medio de réplicas prosigue rescate tras terremoto de Italia

    Fuentes de los servicios de rescate indicaron que se desconoce cuántos personas pueden estar todavía bajo los escombros, pero no descartaron encontrar más cadáveres en los próximos días. Unos 2500 pobladores quedaron sin hogar por el terremoto más letal en Italia desde 2009. Según datos satelitales recogidos por el programa Copernicus de la Agencia Espacial Europea, los movimientos telúricos ocasionaron que el suelo en Accumoli se moviera lateralmente 16 centímetros.

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  • Apple must pay up to $14.5B in back taxes to Ireland

    Starbucks Corp has been ordered to pay up to 30 million euros ($33 million) to the Dutch state, while Amazon.com Inc and McDonald's Corp are also under investigation by the Commission, the EU's executive arm. He said overturning the cash award would be essential "to defend the integrity of our tax system, provide tax certainty to business, and. send a strong message that Ireland remains an attractive and stable location of choice for long-term substantive investment".

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  • Crossbow suspect alleged to have killed mother, brothers

    Crossbow suspect alleged to have killed mother, brothers

    Those closest to Ryan are co-operating with the investigation, Carbone said, adding that police believe there are others who may have information on Ryan, including his employer, who should come forward. In January 2009, he was convicted on charges related to the bank robberies and served three years and nine months behind bars. Carbone said he was not aware of any police contact with Ryan after he was released from jail and before Thursday's homicides.

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  • Italy relents, will hold funeral in quake town

    The Hotel Roma in Amatrice , which was one of the hardest-hit towns, had as many as 70 tourists staying there when the quake struck, the BBC said. "I don't know. I have the impression a huge rift will open and we will all fall in it because it is just such a awful thing", said Roberto de Cesaris.

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  • Abe bets on 2020 Olympics to boost Japan's economy

    Instead of asking the mining corporation to donate the metals, which is what they typically do, the organizers can source enough silver, gold, and copper from Japan's "urban mine". A report from Nikkei Asian Review suggested that organisers are looking to create gold medals from discarded mobile phones and other devices, so-called e-waste.

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  • El cuerpo de Juan Gabriel ya salió de Los Ángeles: Silvia Urquidi

    La noche del domingo, se realizó un homenaje en la casa marcada con el número 361 de la calle Juan Gabriel , en donde los pobladores, familiares y amigos prendieron veladoras en su honor, colocaron coronas y entre lágrimas entonaron las canciones de en el lugar que vio nacer a Alberto Aguilera Valadez .

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  • Bilawal Bhutto lashes out at Narendra Modi over Balochistan remarks

    Bilawal Bhutto lashes out at Narendra Modi over Balochistan remarks

    Modi also said he had received messages of support from Balochistan, Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit. "The PM had been ruminating about the excesses committed there, so it was a natural remark", the official added, but said it was "premature" to tell whether India will now take up the issue of Balochistan human rights at the global stage.

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  • Anti-Trump Republicans to run ads sgainst Trump in key states

    Anti-Trump Republicans to run ads sgainst Trump in key states

    Republican nominee Donald Trump speaks at "Joni's Roast and Ride" in Des Moines , Iowa, US, on August 27, 2016. "It is not an accident that they have ended up closing all the DMVs where African Americans in Alabama live", Clinton said , referring to motor vehicle offices where people can obtain identification cards used in voting.

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  • Hillary Clinton says she doesn't know 'which' Trump will debate

    Governor Mike Pence, his running mate, would not affirm that their administration would expel the 11 million. "The reign of terror will be over", Trump added, without explaining any of the mechanics of how his policy would work - namely how he would deal with the enormous backlog in the immigration courts and the legal rights of immigrants who have been accused of a crime.

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  • GCSE results 2016: University Church of England Academy

    Matthew Skillen who achieved five grade As, four grade Bs and one grade C. Cllr Michael Williams, lead member for children's services and education, said: "These are very pleasing results and I congratulate our pupils for their diligence and hard work".

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  • Santos convoca oficialmente plebiscito de paz con las Farc

    Con el fin del conflicto con las FARC , las fuerzas militares podrán enfocarse en combatir al Ejército de Liberación Nacional (ELN, guevarista), la otra guerrilla aún activa, y a bandas criminales surgidas tras la desmovilización de grupos paramilitares hace una década, señaló el equipo negociador al reconocer "los retos" de seguridad.

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  • CNDH expresa solidaridad con víctimas de desaparición forzada

    Y planteó como "motivo de especial preocupación" el acoso a los defensores de los derechos humanos, los parientes de las víctimas , los testigos y los abogados que se ocupan de los casos de desaparición forzada . Por otra parte, organizaciones de la sociedad civil destacaron la necesidad de crear en México una Fiscalía General de la República auténticamente independiente para que investigue el paradero de más de 28 mil personas desaparecidas, por lo que hicieron un llamado al Senado de la ...

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  • Tropical depression 9 forms near Florida

    Two separate tropical depressions will bring rain and churning seas to the East and Gulf Coasts this week, and a hurricane is approaching Hawaii, forecasters said Monday. At this rate, Nine could move along the coast of Georgia and then along the Carolina coast, dampening Labor Day celebrations .Ed Vallee, specialist from AccuWeather, also forecasts enhanced showers and heavy thunderstorms to hit the said areas.

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  • Trump criticizes Clinton over Weiner, whom he gave money

    SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — Longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin has won plaudits for her campaign instincts, her deep-rooted loyalty and her glamorous personal style. Their son was born in December of that year, and Weiner has been a stay-at-home dad for much of the time since. Now Abedin can carry on being the hardworking, fantastic woman she is, and Weiner can press forward with his own life.

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  • Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin to separate after another sexting revelation

    Abedin announced Monday she was separating from her husband , Anthony Weiner, after another sexting incident involving the former NY congressman. Abedin - an accomplished professional who is so close and loyal to Hillary Clinton that she has been described as a surrogate daughter - announced yesterday that she was leaving her husband, the former Congressman and evidently still-texting Anthony Weiner .

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  • Pence Says 'Nothing Has Changed' About Trump's Immigration Policy; Dodges Deportation Question

    Pence Says 'Nothing Has Changed' About Trump's Immigration Policy; Dodges Deportation Question

    He said there would be no path to legalization for undocumented immigrants unless they leave the country. "My priority is the well-being of 300 million American citizens, including millions of Hispanic citizens and legal residents who want a secure border, and I mean secure", said Trump, who maintained his vow to build a wall across America's southern border.

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  • Paul Manafort to resign from Donald Trump campaign

    A different security firm has been contracted to examine email software that has been used by both the Trump and Clinton campaign, another source said. It was also the latest attempt, amid falling poll numbers, to try and show himself as more truthful than Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. And last weekend, the article appeared.

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  • Italy seeks better ways to house people homeless from quake

    A child plays in a tent camp in Amatrice, central Italy , Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016 where a 6.1 quake struck just after 3:30 a.m., Wednesday. Almost 2,700 people needing shelter following the August 24 temblor are staying in 58 tent camps or other shelters arranged by the Civil Protection agency.

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  • Sleeping baby injured in drive-by shooting

    Sleeping baby injured in drive-by shooting

    Doll said the child, whose name has not been released, was struck in the wrist and was taken to a hospital. They say it's too early to say whether the shooting was related to another nearby shooting over the weekend in which two people were killed at a wake, but it does not appear to be related to the shooting in New Port Richey.

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  • Vladimir Putin arrested at South Fla. Publix

    Vladimir Putin arrested at South Fla. Publix

    But it appears the pugilistic president of Russian Federation shares a name with Vladimir Putin of West Palm Beach. According to CBS 12 , Putin appeared in court yesterday accused of verbally accosting staff at a Publix supermarket and refusing to leave.

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  • Trump Plans to Bring Outreach to Black Audience in Detroit

    Trump Plans to Bring Outreach to Black Audience in Detroit

    Trump has also faced criticism for repeatedly using simplistic and condescending rhetoric when discussing the experiences of African-Americans. Earlier in the campaign, Trump had called for a "deportation force" to remove undocumented immigrants as well as the construction of a border wall between the USA and Mexico, a policy that has been central to his remarks on the trail.

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  • French police officer injured in knife attack in Toulouse

    French police officer injured in knife attack in Toulouse

    The man attacked the officer because "he represented France " La Depeche du Midi reported, stated however BFM TV reported that the attack took place only after things turned nasty as the attacker filed a complaint. In November 2015, 130 people were killed in Paris when multiple bombers attacked restaurants and the Bataclan theatre, as well as a football stadium.

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  • Turkish air strikes 'kill at least 40 civilians in Syria'

    Sunday's airstrikes came on the fifth day of Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield , a military effort to improve its border security by crossing into Syria to pound Islamic State and Kurdish militant positions. The Jarablus Military Council, affiliated with the U.S-backed Kurdish-led Syria Democratic Forces, said the Turkish airstrikes marked an "unprecedented and unsafe escalation" that "endangers the future of the region".

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  • Funcionario salteño: ''Judíos de mierda, me tienen harto''

    Funcionario salteño: ''Judíos de mierda, me tienen harto''

    En diálogo con El Tribuno , el funcionario aseguró que desconoce cómo apareció ese comentario en su muro y aseguró que ya realizó una denuncia penal para que el tema se investigue. Calleti anuncio que a través de la Secretaría de Derechos Humanos, que depende de su ministerio, cursará comunicaciones al Concejo Deliberante de Cerrillos , al Inadi y al Ministerio de Educación con objeto de que estas instituciones adopten las medidas legales que correspondan.

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  • United States will meet target of 10000 Syrian refugees today

    Human rights advocates said that 10,000 refugees are a good start, and called for Obama to speed up the process. He asked for the Obama administration to consider upping the numbers to 140,000 in 2017. over this period have been under the age of 18, and the USCIS said that hundreds of Syrians had been denied refugee status after failing background checks.

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  • Kerry in India for strategic, commercial talks

    Stepping up cooperation on counter-terrorism, India and United States today agreed on a joint cyber framework and intensifying intelligence sharing in combating terror and violent extremism. Accepting the challenges faced by both the countries in cyber security, Kerry said that he was looking forward to finalise a cyber framework against new threats to the security, "In both security and economics we have room to expand trade and investments".

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  • Gobierno paraguayo saluda firma del acuerdo de paz en Colombia

    El líder máximo de las FARC , Rodrigo Londoño, alias "Timochenko" , declarará hoy desde La Habana el alto el fuego definitivo, confirmó un portavoz de los rebeldes. Estas han de ser procesadas en juicios justos ante tribunales civiles, agregó, y a su vez el Estado debe "garantizar que se adoptan medidas integrales para garantizar la seguridad de los grupos y comunidades que corren mayores riesgos".

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  • ME governor 'apologizes' for anti-LGBTI slur

    Laplante called LePage's comments "reckless and irresponsible", saying the opioid crisis affects every neighborhood. Gov. Paul LePage appearing on Bangor radio station WVOM August 30, 2016. Drew Gattine, denies that. Thibodeau and Fredette said Monday they want to meet with LePage before deciding what to do. "When I was called a racist I just lost it, and there's no excuse", he said.

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  • Chinese Premier Li meets Canadian PM Trudeau

    It's a good time to be out of the country. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, August 24, 2016. Trudeau had promised to revisit the issue during his week-long visit. That said, Canada has sent mixed messages to China recently. The Canadian public is hesitant to embrace China, partly due to concerns about foreign ownership of companies, human rights and intellectual property rights.

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