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  • La ONU solicitó que se levante el veto al Burkini

    La ONU solicitó que se levante el veto al Burkini

    Una treintena de localidades del litoral francés, principalmente en la Costa Azul (sur ), prohibieron el burkini , un traje de baño integral islámico, pues algunos veían en él una provocación después del atentado yihadista que dejó 86 muertos el 14 de julio en Niza .

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  • Llega

    Llega "Mes del Testamento"

    El presidente del Colegio de Ingenieros indicó que de acuerdo con los datos del Colegio Nacional del Notariado Mexicano, Sonora ocupa el lugar 15 a nivel nacional en la lista de testamentos otorgados en el 2015. Nadie puede hacerlo en tu nombre y no podrás hacerlo si por enfermedad o accidente pierdes tus facultades mentales o la conciencia. "Otorgar testamento durante el mes de septiembre cuesta alrededor de mil 700 pesos", refiere Galeano Inclán, quien dijo que ello resulta más económico ...

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  • Macri recibió al suspendido titular de la Aduana

    Macri recibió al suspendido titular de la Aduana

    En el norte incautamos todo lo que se había incautado el año pasado”, señaló. Creo que veníamos impulsando y expulsando el delito de la estructura general de la Aduana -contrabando, droga, depósitos fiscales- Poniendo orden en un sistema que hacía muchísimos años estaba fuera de control y terminamos con una denuncia muy compleja”.

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  • More witnesses against Australians in Bali police death

    More witnesses against Australians in Bali police death

    Sara Connor (45), the Australian woman held in Bali in connection with the murder of a Balinese Policeman, has undergone intensive sessions of interrogation accompanied by her lawyer. 'We're still looking for the right moment. Denpasar District Police Chief Hadi Purnomo said he hopes the re-enactment will clarify differences between the version of events given by Mr Taylor and Ms Connor about what happened that night.

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  • En octubre comienza a operar número de emergencia 911

    En octubre comienza a operar número de emergencia 911

    El presidente Enrique Peña Nieto , reconoció el incremento de la incidencia delictiva en el país, aunque de manera particular en 50 de los 2 mil 500 municipios del territorio nacional donde el número de homicidios dolosos fue superior durante estos primeros 7 meses del año en comparación con el mismo periodo de 2015.

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  • Gobierno detiene a Yon Goicoechea — Confirmado

    Gobierno detiene a Yon Goicoechea — Confirmado

    La actividad se desarrolla en San Fernando, capital de la entidad, y cuenta con la participación del primer vicepresidente del Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela (Psuv ), Diosdado Cabello. "¡Ojalá se pasen! ¡Estamos esperando a que lo hagan!", bramó. "Cuando este pueblo salga a pelear van a dejar el pelero y más en la calle porque van a salir corriendo".

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  • Maine Gov. Paul LePage might as well be Trump, rival says

    The comment drew concern about racial profiling from the American Civil Liberties Union of ME, which made a Freedom of Information Act request for the binder, The Washington Post reported . But on Monday, he said while "there needs to be an appropriate response", he didn't know what that was and hoped that the governor, his staff and family would discuss their next steps before any political response.

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  • Apple Event Scheduled for 7 September 2016

    Apple Event Scheduled for 7 September 2016

    Invites to the, with the gathering set to take place - as predicted - on Wednesday, Sept. 7 in San Francisco. The company has already announced to hold a big event on september 7, in which many people expect the new iPhone 7 will be launched.

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  • Apple hit with $13b tax bill in Ireland

    Apple hit with $13b tax bill in Ireland

    The commission said that two tax rulings from Luxembourg allowed the company to operate without paying taxes in Luxembourg or the US on its European profits. The companies say they follow all tax rules. While Apple could easily afford the bill, the tech giant said it will challenge the EU decision, which found that Ireland granted a sweetheart deal that let Apple pay nearly no taxes across the European bloc for 11 years.

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  • Iraq requests Saudi ambassador be changed

    Iraq requests Saudi ambassador be changed

    Riyadh only reopened its embassy in Baghdad in December after it was closed since the 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Jamal, reiterating the government's earlier statements on the issue, termed the allegations "inaccurate", and said such claims are only meant to damage relations between the two Middle East nations.

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  • Another 1900 acres burned in Maple Fire outside West Yellowstone

    Another 1900 acres burned in Maple Fire outside West Yellowstone

    A community meeting is scheduled for the Maple Fire at the LDS Church in West Yellowstone at 7:30 tonight, August 29. A large Chinook helicopter and a smaller type-2 helicopter were used to drop water long with two Fire Bosses. It is visible from the Lamar Valley. The lightning-caused fire is now listed at 33,058 acres. The Maple Fire flared up over the weekend after high winds hit the area on Sunday, causing the fire to grow by approximately 1,650 acres.

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  • VENEZUELA: Ramos Allup: Volaremos los drones el #1Sep

    Para el jefe del parlamento nacional el Gobierno le hará un favor a la oposición si trancan las vías, "porque si a la gente no la dejan entrar a Caracas , ahí mismo van a protestar". "No hace falta un observador internacional para que sepa lo que pasa en Venezuela, que nuestra intención es pacífica". A su salida de la sesión de la Comisión Delegada de este miércoles donde se aprobó un acuerdo en rechazo a la persecución política, Ramos Allup aseveró que las "las fechorías de los militares y ...

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  • Audit of Missouri Legislature calls for more transparency

    Audit of Missouri Legislature calls for more transparency

    The advice follows the resignations of former House Speaker John Diehl, who admitted to exchanging sexually suggestive texts with an intern, and former Sen. The Senate in response said that the account's activities were transparent and that donations were reported to the Missouri Ethics Commission. The audit requested that both chambers formalize their policies about what is and is not considered an open record.

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  • The US has accepted 10000 Syrian refugees a month ahead of schedule

    The region which includes Syria increased it's cap a mere 1,000 spots from the previous year, which should put to rest most of the religious fears coming from those who suspect that Muslims are evil and intent on doing harm to the U.S. For some, 10,000 is too many. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has attacked Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for proposing a more significant increase.

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  • Kaepernick's tactic to sit through anthem scrutinized

    None of Kaerpernick's teammates - or any other player in the National Football League - seem eager to join in, even after the quarterback addressed the Niners privately on Sunday before speaking to the media. "I guess Kaepernick doesn't understand that while he barely throws a football for a ridiculously rich living, there are underpaid US soldiers scattered across the globe - multiple races, ethnicities, religions and sexes; bible-thumping and God-questioning - who would give up their lives ...

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  • Man charged over Home Hill stabbing

    A British backpacker has spoken of his devastation and heartbreak after being caught up in an attack in Australia which ended with his friend being fatally stabbed. Mr Jackson has critical head injuries, with his father due to fly into Townsville on Thursday. Supt Rohweder said investigators were still working to determine what sparked the events that caused Ms Ayliffe-Chung's tragic death but that witnesses had reported Ayad's behaviour in the hours leading up to the attack had been out of ...

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  • Curfew relaxed in most parts of Kashmir Valley

    Curfew relaxed in most parts of Kashmir Valley

    The unrest fuelled in the wake of killing of 22-year-old militant Burhan Wani in July by Indian security forces and since then more than 70 people have been killed and over 7,000 people injured. "The people pour out on the roads in large numbers during the night to foil the arrests", said Superintendent of Police, (SP), Pulwama, Rayees Mohammad Bhat.

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  • Si opositores llaman a la violencia, van presos — Maduro

    Si opositores llaman a la violencia, van presos — Maduro

    La oposición sostiene que estas medidas responden a una campaña de "persecución política" para desmovilizar a sus adversarios . Personalidades del mundo del espectáculo venezolano, como Luis Chataing (en gira por Estados Unidos ) y Rebeca Moreno , actualmente de visita en Florida, han manifestado que por no estar en este momento en Venezuela asistirán a la manifestación en Orlando para expresar su apoyo al referéndum revocatorio que promueve la oposición contra el presidente de su ...

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  • Outer Banks crowds thin as tropical system nears

    Outer Banks crowds thin as tropical system nears

    Meanwhile, Tropical Depression #8 is strengthening off of North Carolina and will bring heavy rain and gusty winds to the Outer Banks. A tropical storm warning is still in effect for North Carolina's Outer Banks. Squalls are likely to sweep across South Florida for much of Tuesday, National Weather Service Miami meteorologists said. The worst of TD 8's rain was still offshore on Tuesday morning, but eastern parts of North Carolina could get 1-3 inches of rain from the storm, with isolated ...

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  • Hustings in Glasgow: your views on Corbyn vs Smith

    Hustings in Glasgow: your views on Corbyn vs Smith

    Labour General Secretary Iain McNicol said in a statement on Friday afternoon the party had reached an agreement with another firm, OCS Group, provider of security to venues such as the Oval cricket ground in London. He said: "We've gone from second to third". His suspension came alongside those of many other Labour Party members singled out for comments made on Twitter or for previously supporting other parties.

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  • Italian Embassy opens book of condolences in memory of quake victims

    A firefighter stands amid rubble as he watches the bell tower of Amatrice, central Italy , Monday, Aug. 29, 2016. Italian authorities are pondering how to provide warmer, less temporary housing for q. The Italian mafia must be prevented from playing roles in the reconstruction efforts of Central Italy following a 6.2 magnitude quake that killed 290 people, an anti-mafia prosecutor said.

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  • Las

    Las "lastimeras" disculpas de Sebastián Beccacece por su "patada voladora"

    Según la federación, Beccacece infringió su compromiso al renunciar al cuerpo técnico de la selección chilena y firmar en el club universitario sin pagar la cláusula de salida establecida, que ascendía a 2,3 millones de dólares. Conversando con la mayor -de sus hijas- que te diga que 'tú me enseñas que hay que saber perder y tú no sabes perder' . "Es un mensaje fuerte, los chicos entienden ciertas circunstancias que creemos que no entienden y lo hacen mejor que nosotros", complementó el ...

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  • Omran Daqneesh's brother Ali 'has died in Aleppo'

    Omran Daqneesh's brother Ali 'has died in Aleppo'

    The boy suffered head wounds but no brain injury, and was later discharged. "I've taken a lot of pictures of children killed or wounded in the strikes that rain down daily", Rslan told AFP by telephone. Ali died Saturday as the result of injuries sustained in Wednesday's airstrike, said Yousef Saddiq, the director of the Aleppo Media Center . According to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory of Human Rights, 142 children have died in Aleppo in August alone.

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  • Satellite sees large Tropical Depression 9 in the Gulf of Mexico

    Satellite sees large Tropical Depression 9 in the Gulf of Mexico

    Byron Miller, manager of The Ocracoke Harbor Inn, said one person cancelled because of the forecast, and business is a little slower than usual. The tropical depressions could become tropical storms within the next day or two. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 miles per hour (55 kph) with higher gusts. Tropical Depression 9 was in the Gulf and expected to strengthen soon, the National Hurricane Center said.

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  • Apple Says Its $14.5 Billion Irish Tax Bill Will Harm Europe

    Vestager said a three-year investigation found that for many years "only a small percentage of Apple Sales International's profits were taxed in Ireland, and the rest was taxed nowhere". This is illegal under European Union state aid rules, because it allowed Apple to pay substantially less tax than other businesses. "It will have a profound and harmful effect on investment and job creation in Europe", a statement from Apple said.

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  • Man arrested for murder of two nuns in Mississippi

    Man arrested for murder of two nuns in Mississippi

    The bodies of Held and Merrill were discovered Thursday in their home in Durant , Mississippi , after they failed to show up for work at a clinic in nearby Lexington , where they were nurse practitioners. 26, 2016, standing at a businesses adjacent to the Lexington Medical Clinic where he was a patient of Sister Paula Merrill , one of two nurs. "We're also praying for this person too, part of the heart of Christianity is that we forgive those that persecute us and do violence to us".

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  • Irlanda: multan a Apple por impuestos no cobrados

    Irlanda: multan a Apple por impuestos no cobrados

    Apple, que junto con el Gobierno irlandés dijo que apelará la sentencia , pagó en Europa una tasa fiscal de entre el 0,005 en 2014 y el 1,0 por ciento en 2003 por los beneficios de las ventas de sus iPhone y otros dispositivos, dijo la Comisión.

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  • Benghazi emails involving Clinton recovered by FBI

    Mrs. Clinton has said she thought her messages were being captured because she regularly emails fellow employees on their official State Department accounts. Judicial Watch first filed a lawsuit in pursuit of the records behind Abedin's controversial work arrangement in 2013, but the case was closed after agency officials said they had searched thoroughly for the documents.

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