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  • European Union to hand Apple hefty Irish tax bill

    The EU decision will require the Irish tax collection agency demand a payment soon from Apple, Vale said. The report triggered the European investigation. As the third largest American company (by revenues), the tech giant is an easy target. If Apple were to lose its appeal, Ireland's sometimes gravity-defying growth would lose a key foundation stone as a succession of companies with similar tax deals face retroactive charges rendering the tax-efficient reputation of Ireland null and void.

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  • John Sullivan released as Minnesota Vikings trim roster to 75

    John Sullivan released as Minnesota Vikings trim roster to 75

    Berger apparently won the job, leaving the Vikings to either release Sullivan or trade him by 3 p.m. Tuesday. The NFL reporter adds that Sullivan is healthy after missing all of last season. He started seven games in 2011 but mostly rode the bench during the ensuing three seasons. He was competing for the starting job with Joe Berger, who started in his spot all of last season.

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  • North Korea: Diplomat who defected to South Korea a 'criminal'

    North Korea: Diplomat who defected to South Korea a 'criminal'

    South Korea's Unification Ministry said Wednesday that the DPRK's deputy ambassador to Britain has defected to South Korea with his family. KCNA, which never mentioned the defector Thae Yong Ho by name, said that the country had ordered the "fugitive" to return to North Korea in June pending investigation for a number of crimes like embezzling government funds, leaking state secrets and sexually assaulting a minor.

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  • Police Arrest Suspect in Wallingford Double Stabbing

    Police Arrest Suspect in Wallingford Double Stabbing

    Police said he was staying at Judd Square Condominiums in Wallingford for the Fourth of July weekend when he stabbed a man in the backside while he slept. East Longmeadow Police Department in MA arrested Hoffman on August 25 and he was extradited on August 29 to the Wallingford Police Department. Police said that Hoffman faces charges of criminal attempt to commit first-degree assault and second-degree assault.

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  • GOP slams Obama after explanation of $400M payment to Iran

    GOP slams Obama after explanation of $400M payment to Iran

    Recent reporting by The Wall Street Journal has established that the planeload of cash - big bundles of euro and Swiss franc notes - sent to Iran that day was timed to assure the American citizens, aboard a plane leaving Iran, were released first, before Iranian officials could put their hands on the money.

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  • Rubén Blades dedica sentida despedida a Juan Gabriel — Facebook

    Rubén Blades dedica sentida despedida a Juan Gabriel — Facebook

    En esa ocasión recibió cuidados intensivos y muchos temieron que no pudiera sobrevivir . El artista seguía en Los Ángeles la serie de 22 presentaciones de su gira internacional denominada "MeXXIco Es Todo". Juan Gabriel ha sido un maravilloso padre y abuelo y deseamos que sus fans y la prensa concedan a la familia tiempo para pasar este luto en privado", Henry Cardenas, Presidente y Director Ejecutivo de Cardenas Marketing Network, Inc.

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  • Obama to juggle security, climate, rights on final Asia trip

    On Monday , the White House defended President Obama's decision to enter into the Paris climate accord without Senate ratification. Prior to Laos, Obama will also drop by China to participate in the G-20 Leaders' Summit in Hangzhou, alongside leaders from the world's top 20 industrialized and developing nations.

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  • National Democratic groups bailing on Ohio Senate race

    National Democratic groups bailing on Ohio Senate race

    The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee was planning on a nine-day ad buy in OH starting September 13. The Democratic campaign committee has not withdrawn support from Strickland. The campaign has struggled to raise money and has badly lagged behind Portman in most public polls. Rob Portman is in danger of slipping away. Strickland had raised $7.1 million and began the final months of the campaign with a fraction of Portman's resources, just $3.7 million.

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  • At least 10000 killed in Yemen conflict

    The current figure is based on information from medical centers in this country, said UN Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen , Jamie McGoldrick , during a press conference. Security deteriorated further after the Houthis swept into Sanaa in September 2014 and pushed south, forcing Hadi's government of to flee into exile.

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  • PS4 Slim Is Finally Going To Support 5Ghz WiFi

    PS4 Slim Is Finally Going To Support 5Ghz WiFi

    Since then, details regarding the PS4 Slim have began to emerge, and if some new information from a supposed PS4 Slim user is to be believed, it appears that the new console will have some additional features beyond new controllers. The PS4 Slim is a slimmer version of Sony's flagship console and is expected to be announced on September 7th. PlayStation Plus gives you access to online play, along with two to three PlayStation 4 games per month.

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  • Belgium Arrests Five Suspects After Crime Lab Blast

    Belgium Arrests Five Suspects After Crime Lab Blast

    Van Wymersch says terrorism is not suspected at this time and that the attack likely was an effort to interfere with an ongoing criminal investigation, Schultz reports. 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.

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  • Roku's next players reportedly deliver HDR, more 4K support

    Roku's next players reportedly deliver HDR, more 4K support

    New filings by Roku suggest the company is cooking up not one, but five new streaming devices for an upcoming fall launch. Replacing the Roku 1 in the streaming company's lineup will be the Roku Express (3700) and Express Plus (3710). And for those with HDR television sets, the report alleges that the Roku Premiere Plus and Roku Ultra would both have support for the picture format.

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  • 'Mosquitoes can spread Zika to their eggs'

    A report said that majority were foreigners employed under the local construction company GuocoLand. Local residents welcomed the NEA clean-up on Sunday. [Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images]"The look-back exercise will likely uncover more previously undiagnosed cases of Zika ", the Ministry said in a statement .

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  • Notting Hill Carnival: Four Stabbings And More Than 300 Arrests

    Notting Hill Carnival: Four Stabbings And More Than 300 Arrests

    A 20-year-old man was taken to hospital following reports of a stabbing on Portobello Road shortly before 4.30pm. Many shops, homes and business board up ahead of the carnival to prevent damage. That's in conjunction with their elite team of "super recognisers" monitoring the crowd from CCTV to scan for those banned from the event. Police said there were four incidents involving people being stabbed, two of which involved teenagers.

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  • New Trump ad says he will create millions of jobs

    New Trump ad says he will create millions of jobs

    Trump has suffered no form of cancer, has never had a hip, knee or shoulder replacement or any other orthopedic surgery", said Dr. Bornstein, who added Trump has "no history of ever using alcohol or tobacco products". That, he said, "is a subject for the future". He first floated the prospect of a "deportation force" to boot all undocumented immigrants from the country - no matter how long they'd been in the United States - during an interview in November 2015, and later defended it in ...

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  • Mosquitoes capable of carrying Zika found in another New Mexico county

    Mosquitoes capable of carrying Zika found in another New Mexico county

    Singapore confirmed 26 more cases of locally-transmitted Zika infections on Tuesday, bringing the tally to 82, local media reported, citing the health ministry and National Environment Agency. On the other hand, she said that those planning to get pregnant or are already pregnant planning to go to Singapore should first forego their plans.

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  • 2 charged with murder in death of Montrose man

    2 charged with murder in death of Montrose man

    Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty says they received calls of an unconscious man lying on the roadway in the area. The victim was bleeding profusely, and laying in a pool of blood beneath his head. The vehicle accelerated during the confrontation dragging Harvey a short distance, the sheriff said. Harvey was found, and the man later died at Hennepin County Medical Center.

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  • Clinton lead gets cut in half as Trump makes gains

    Clinton lead gets cut in half as Trump makes gains

    Trump has so far been badly outspent by his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, and groups supporting her candidacy. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at Joni's Roast and Ride at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, in Des Moines, Iowa , Saturday, Aug.

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  • Dejan en iglesia a bebé con síndrome de down

    Dejan en iglesia a bebé con síndrome de down

    Una bebé recién nacida con síndrome de down fue abandonada por sus padres dentro de una iglesia en el municipio de Río Bravo perteneciente a Tamaulipas . Ahora es el Sistema para el Desarrollo Integral de la Familia quien se hara cargo de la niña de apenas 5 días de nacida. Con información de Excélsior .

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  • Attack on Brussels forensic lab 'probably arson'

    The building was empty and no one was wounded. A crime lab in Brussels has been set on fire in what prosecutors describe as an apparent attempt to destroy evidence. Prosecutor's spokeswoman Ine Van Wymersch said a auto rammed through fences- and there was an explosion and a large fire at about 2am local time (midnight in the UK).

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