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    Bush in the effort to bring down the costs of AIDS medication. Clinton reiterated that has a deep conviction about the work done by the Clinton Foundation , created by her husband in 2001, and which is under the spotlight due to allegations that the foundation had privileged access to the State Department when she headed the federal agency between 2009 and 2013.

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  • Former Canadian prime minister Harper leaves politics

    Former Canadian prime minister Harper leaves politics

    The record Prime Minister Harper leaves in office is a proud one. May God bless all of you and may God bless Canada. "That's his personality and believe it or not, people like me, who worked with him, were absolutely happy with that". - Former cabinet minister Jason Kenney. Alone with his chairs, the politician bid farewell to his Calgarians, said goodbye to his fellow Canadians, and bid adieu to his $170,400 salary.

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  • Ex-Guantanamo detainee returns to Uruguay from Venezuela

    Ex-Guantanamo detainee returns to Uruguay from Venezuela

    US lawmakers critical of President Obama's plan to close the detention facility in Cuba had seized on Dhiab's apparent disappearance to slam the administration's continued transfer of detainees, saying it was sending detainees to countries ill-equipped to handle them.

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  • Venezuela accuses US, opposition of planning coup

    Ceballos was arrested in 2014 on accusations he helped lead violent unrest in the tumultuous western city of San Cristobal, where he was mayor. He was transferred to house arrest a year ago for medical reasons. A successful "yes" vote this year would cut short President Nicolas Maduro's term and trigger new elections. Viteri, who arrived in Venezuela on Thursday, had met with opposition leaders in the National Assembly and members of the main opposition coalition.

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  • 37 caskets to be honored at Italy quake funeral

    Gravediggers worked through the night hurriedly preparing the new funeral site. Meanwhile attempts to recover bodies from the rubble continues. Reconstruction efforts following a 2009 quake which killed more than 300 people in the nearby city of L'Aquila have been hampered by red-tape and corruption, and only a tiny part of the town centre has been rebuilt.

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  • Ghost headquarters and double Irish companies: Apple's tax deals

    In recent years, the commission has brought similar cases against Starbucks in the Netherlands, Anheuser-Busch InBev in Belgium and Amazon in Luxembourg. "It's not a good economic development strategy for Ireland in the long run, and it also subverts the tax system of every other member nation and nations around world", he added.

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  • Iran warned by Pentagon after 'harassing' U.S. destroyer in Persian Gulf

    Iran warned by Pentagon after 'harassing' U.S. destroyer in Persian Gulf

    The incidents all occurred in the Persian Gulf on Wednesday, a day after another encounter in which a group of Iranian naval vessels with their weapons uncovered sped close to two US Navy guided-missile destroyers. "If the Americans and their regional allies want to pass through the Strait of Hormuz and threaten us, we will not allow any entry", state media quoted Brigadier General Hossein Salami, the deputy commander of the powerful Revolutionary Guard, as saying on Wednesday.

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  • ISIS attack kills dozens in Yemen

    The recruits were among 5,000 newly enrolled soldiers being trained to fight the Huthi rebels in the north along the border with Saudi Arabia, military sources said. An estimated 9,000 people have been killed in the fighting over the last 18 months with some 3 million people displaced, according ot the the United Nations and aid groups.

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  • Washington Monthly: UC Merced Campus Ranks High for Value, Social Mobility

    Washington Monthly: UC Merced Campus Ranks High for Value, Social Mobility

    Humboldt State University is in the 91 percentile for USA colleges offering master's degrees, according to the latest rankings from the Washington Monthly , a nonprofit magazine based in D.C. News ladder by raising prices and excluding all but the most privileged students, exactly the opposite of what a nation struggling to keep higher education affordable for an increasingly diverse student population actually needed", Carey wrote.

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  • North Korea calls diplomat who defected a 'criminal'

    North Korea calls diplomat who defected a 'criminal'

    Seoul's Unification Ministry said Mr Thae chose to defect because of his disgust with Kim Jong-un's government, his yearning for South Korean democracy and worries about the future of his children. North Korea had told London about what it said were his crimes and requested that he be handed over, KCNA said. Technically, the North and South remain at war because the 1950-53 Korean War ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty.

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  • Syria's war: United States takes in 10000 refugees in one year

    In marking the milestone, the White House charged both sides had politicized the issue and that Obama's focus throughout has simply been to do the right thing. As of Monday morning, 9,902 Syrian refugees have been resettled in the US this fiscal year, according to State Department figures . "Having met the President's target, we will continue to welcome Syrian refugees at approximately the same pace through the end of the fiscal year", the official said.

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  • 1 hurt as truck hits, collapses bridge on English motorway

    1 hurt as truck hits, collapses bridge on English motorway

    The bridge collapsed when a lorry carrying a digger clipped it on Saturday on the London-bound M20 highway 30 miles (48 kilometers) southeast of London between junctions 3 and 4. Witness Andy Sunnucks, 24, said: "We are about 15 cars back on the same carriageway as the collision". A precautionary 50mph limit is in place in both directions past the bridge.

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  • Syrian war is ON: US scrambles jets to Hassakeh

    We are not there yet", Cook said, and recent actions by the Russians and the Syrians "only make it harder. Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis said the incident was not an intercept and the coalition aircraft reached the area by the time the Syrian government warplanes were leaving.

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  • Man dies after trying to save fellow Brit from Queensland backpacker stabbing

    Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said her thoughts were with Mr Jackson's family. Jackson's father flew to Australia last week to be by his son's side. "Finally, and most importantly, our hearts go out to Mia and her family and friends at this awful time". Officers previously said they were investigating whether Ayad had an "obsession" with Ms Ayliffe-Chung.

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  • Inter Milan sign Manchester United, Chelsea target Gabriel Barbosa

    Inter Milan sign Manchester United, Chelsea target Gabriel Barbosa

    Gabriel has been heavily linked with a number of European clubs, including Premier League champions Leicester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter's Serie A rivals Juventus. "The Brazilian striker has moved to Milan after four seasons at Santos , where he won the Sao Paulo state championship twice in 2015 and 2016". The game in Italy is very different than anywhere else in the world (Frank De Boer can tell him all about that) and expectations should be dampened to a reasonable figure for this ...

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  • CNN host grills AP boss for publishing Clinton exposé — BIAS ALERT

    CNN host grills AP boss for publishing Clinton exposé — BIAS ALERT

    Ten-year-old Legend Preston was playing basketball with friends in his neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, a couple weeks ago when the ball bounced out into the street. The answer, at least in part, appears to be her practice of selling access to her in her official capacity via donations to her "nonprofit" foundation.

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  • 6500 migrants rescued in Mediterranean in one day

    Yet it was the deadly route between Libya and Italy that was preferred by migrants which led to the world waking up to the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War as increasing numbers of people boarded lethal boats and the European Union scaled back search and rescue operations, suspending them in 2015.

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  • Las mejores frases de Juan Gabriel

    Las mejores frases de Juan Gabriel

    En horas de la mañana del martes, el periodista mexicano Carlos Loret de Mola entrevistó a una asistente del músico a quien preguntó si los restos estaban con la familia de Juan Gabriel en una locación no revelada, y ésta respondió afirmativamente.

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  • Eruviel Ávila presenta declaración 3de3; tiene tres casas en Ecatepec

    Afirmó que, a pesar de que no es obligatorio que presente tal declaración, atendió la invitación del Instituto Mexicano de Competitividad ( IMCO ) y de Transparencia Mexicana para presentarla, por lo que entregó los formatos correspondientes, que están disponibles también en el portal de internet del gobierno del Estado de México .

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  • Mark Burns, pro-Trump pastor, apologizes for Clinton blackface tweet

    Mark Burns, pro-Trump pastor, apologizes for Clinton blackface tweet

    Some of that money will got a group focused on driving millennial voter turnout as well as trying to maintain African American support. "Black Americans, THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTES and letting me use you again". I am a black man. "I'm a completely separate individual". Donald Trump's campaign has made its biggest ad buy yet, dropping $10 million to launch a new television spot in nine key battleground states.

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  • Evo Morales expresa

    Evo Morales expresa "profundo dolor" tras el asesinato de viceministro — Bolivia

    Unos 43 mineros fueron detenidos por la Policía de Bolivia tras el asesinato del viceministro de Régimen Interior Rodolfo Illanes en el marco de una protesta en el altiplano del departamento de Oruro. Luego se informó que había sido torturado durante 7 horas. Los enfrentamientos de tres días entre mineros y policías, a punta de dinamitazos, dejaron también dos mineros muertos y unos 20 policías heridos .

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  • 1500 floating Americans blown into Canada

    1500 floating Americans blown into Canada

    Clair River. That's where participants simply float down a stretch of the river on inner tubes and rafts. Launderville said the event has no official organizer and poses "significant and unusual hazards" due to the river's fast-moving current and participants' lack of life jackets.

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  • South Korea Says No Plans to Introduce Nuclear Submarines

    The 15-member council in a press statement "strongly condemned" the tests, the latest of which was a submarine-launched ballistic missile carried out toward Japan on Wednesday. "The best way for the escape a deadly strike from us is by refraining from insulting our dignity and threatening our security, by exercising prudence and self-control", Jon said.

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  • Pastor Mark Burns apologises for sharing Hillary Clinton 'blackface' cartoon

    Pastor Mark Burns apologises for sharing Hillary Clinton 'blackface' cartoon

    Patch has chosen not to run the image, but you can view it here . He says the Democratic Party has done little-or-nothing for black people. "I ain't no ways exhausted of pandering to African Americans", she says in the cartoon. The Republican nominee himself will be in Detroit on Saturday. Film director Spike Lee told CNN's Anderson Cooper this week that he doubts Trump will have much success with his outreach to black Americans.

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