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  • Dolphins rookies expected to make preseason debuts

    Head coach Adam Gase said he would have an update on both players on Tuesday. Miami will open the regular season on September 11 with a road game against the Seattle Seahawks. Sometimes it takes some guys more time to learn more than others. "I don't want to put pressure on him to be like, 'You have to be back at this date'".

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  • U.S. shares slip on Fed rate hike worries; dollar climbs

    Gold prices are lower this morning after a hawkish early morning interview by Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, where he said the United States job market was near full employment. Brent crude LCOc1 was last down 89 cents, or 1.81 percent, at $48.37 a barrel. Oil prices fell Tuesday, with Brent losing almost 2 percent, as the dollar rallied and glut worries grew amid forecasts for higher USA crude stockpiles and Iran's remark that it was on target to reach peak production.

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  • Pakistan ups search for Kabul university attackers

    Pakistan ups search for Kabul university attackers

    The two militants were killed at around 3:30 a.m. local time Thursday, Sediqqi said. When he woke up, special-forces officers were carrying him to an ambulance. Based on these three Afghan cell numbers provided by Afghan authorities, Pakistan Army carried out a combing operation in suspected area closer to Pakistan-Afghan border to verify presence of miscreants.

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  • Gold Down, Dollar Up on Hawkish Fed Talk

    Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, in an interview with Bloomberg TV on Tuesday, said the U.S. job market is close to full strength and the pace of interest rate hikes will depend on how well the economy is doing. Banks and oil producers led gains on the Topix index at 12:56 p.m.in Tokyo, putting the measure on course for a 0.3 percent advance in August, while the yen has fallen 0.9 percent against the dollar this month.

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  • Policías ponen a indigente a pelear a cambio de liberarlo

    Policías ponen a indigente a pelear a cambio de liberarlo

    Según medios locales el hombre en situación de calle, vestido de rojo en la grabación , fue acusado de robo en Ignacio Zaragoza por lo que fue detenido por los agentes quienes lo llevaron a un terreno baldío. Al respecto la Secretaría de Seguridad Pública y Tránsito Municipal (SSPTM ), aseguró que ya abrió el expediente número UAI/DMC-129-2/JA/2016 para llevar a cabo las investigaciones correspondientes.

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  • Trump plans to give immigration speech in Arizona

    Trump plans to give immigration speech in Arizona

    It's been a long and sometimes puzzling journey to this point for the GOP nominee, who defeated 16 Republican opponents while promising to be the toughest on illegal immigration. "Where they're relevant is what I say to the candidate that I support, privately". Asked whether the "deportation force" proposal Trump laid out in November is still in place, Pence replied: "Well, what you heard him describe there, in his usual plainspoken, American way, was a mechanism, not a policy".

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  • Fuego afecta importadora M.XA en la avenida Duarte; bloquean tránsito

    Fuego afecta importadora M.XA en la avenida Duarte; bloquean tránsito

    Según la empleada Vanely Sepulveda, nadie resultó herido por el fuego que se produjo aproximadamente a las 6:00 de la mañana. Miembros del Cuerpo de Bomberos están tratando de sofocar el fuego. De acuerdo al Cuerpo de Bomberos del Distrito Nacional , la estructura física del edificio no sufrió daños, aunque detalló que el 25% de la mercancía del almacén se quemó.

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  • Theresa May: No Referendum or Election on Brexit Deal

    Glyn Davies, MP for Montgomeryshire, has said that efforts to prevent Theresa May invoking Article 50 and beginning the process of Britain leaving the European Union are constitutionally very unsafe. Triggering Article 50 won't happen before the end of the year. The summit will represent Mrs May's first global trip outside Europe as Prime Minister and she is expected to use it to highlight post-Brexit opportunities to other world leaders.

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  • Australia, Taiwan, South Korea Issue Travel Warnings For Singapore

    The outbreak and the warnings come as a potential blow to tourism in one of the world's busiest travel hubs, which is already struggling to recover from a slump amid tepid global growth. That is why pregnant women who show no symptoms, but with male partners who are Zika-positive, should be tested as well. The ministry, in conjunction with the National Environment Agency (NEA), on Tuesday destroyed at least 36 breeding habitats and inspected hundreds of sites in the Aljunied Crescent and ...

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  • Washington warns of strain on European Union economic relationship after Apple ruling

    Ireland said it will appeal the decision, saying Apple paid what it owed. "This is illegal under European Union state aid rules, because it allowed Apple to pay substantially less tax than other businesses". In 2011, Apple Sales International made 16 billion euros in profits. How does this affect relations between the European Union and United States? "The impact will be in the details of the legislation being constructed", he said, adding optimistically, "The working assumption ...

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  • Ithaca College student fatally stabbed on Cornell campus

    A memorial event was held at Ithaca College Monday afternoon to remember the life and legacy of Nazaire and serve as a type of healing for students and staff during this hard time. The stabbings took place in front of the chemistry building on campus, and there have been no arrests made, said The New York Daily News . That student, the school says, has been treated and released from an area hospital.

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  • Bangladesh security forces kill 'mastermind' of Dhaka cafe attack

    Bangladesh security forces kill 'mastermind' of Dhaka cafe attack

    They refused to surrender to police, and a gunbattle ensued. "They threw four to five grenades at police and fired from AK 22 rifles", national police chief AKM Shahidul Hoque told reporters Saturday. Analysts said Chowdhury and two other Bangladeshi expatriates on that list could have been acting as links between local and worldwide extremist groups.

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  • Antony demands high-level probe into Scorpene data leak

    Antony demands high-level probe into Scorpene data leak

    Find us on Facebook too! The government has actually gone on overdrive describing this important leaked information as "old information", "damage not substantial" or "operation capabilities not compromised". Considered to be the ultimate stealth weapon, Indian Navy officials said the six submarines, once inducted, would form the core of the Navy's submarine arm for the next two decades.

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  • Separa EPN a Galindo de la Policía Federal

    Separa EPN a Galindo de la Policía Federal

    Posteriormente, comenzó la persecución hasta el rancho ubicado en la población de Tanhuato , cerca de la frontera con el estado de Jalisco. Los policías comenzaron su arremetida al menos una hora antes de lo que declararon en sus reportes, indicó la comisión .

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  • ACLU: Christian woman forced to remove headscarf for license

    ACLU: Christian woman forced to remove headscarf for license

    Yvonne Allen of Tuskeegee says the clerk insisted that only Muslim women are allowed to cover their hair, while she stated that she wears a headscarf because she believes her Christian faith requires it. The lawsuit asks a federal judge to order Lee County officials to allow Allen to retake her driver license photo with her headscarf and to award Allen damages and attorneys' fees.

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  • From the U.S.... the craziest non-goal you'll see this weekend

    From the U.S.... the craziest non-goal you'll see this weekend

    Every now and then, we get video of fantastic athletic feats from high school competitors that you will likely never see even on a professional level. After the ball was booted, junior Dylan Prichett-Ettner flipped over the keeper, landed on his feet, and was able to put the ball in for the spectacular goal.

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  • Carnival is now a battleground, say police

    Sixteen people were stabbed. But it was still a day of hard work for the emergency services as the London Ambulance Service said it had treated a total of 411 patients and taken 74 to hospital. The three teens along with a 20-year-old man, who was also stabbed, were taken to hospital in a critical condition which was later deemed to be non-life threatening.

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  • Cremaron el cuerpo de Juan Gabriel

    Los seguidores se encuentran congregados en los exteriores del Palacio de Bellas Artes de México pues esperan que se le realice un merecido homenaje en su país natal. Hasta el momento no se sabe con certeza a dónde se dirigirán las cenizas del 'Divo de Juárez', Juan Gabriel . MISTERIO RODEA AL CADÁVER DE JUAN GABRIELEl destino de los restos de Juan Gabriel se ha vuelto un misterio.

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  • Officials Believe Russians Hacked Election Systems In Two States

    The FBI has found security breaches in the voter registration databases of IL and Arizona, according to an official of the United States. In the Arizona case, the Federal Bureau of Investigation notified state officials in June about what the agency called a "critical threat" to the state's voter registration system, which shut down on June 28, according to Matt Roberts, a spokesman for the secretary of state's office.

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  • Macri recibió a las Premio Nobel Rigoberta Menchú y Shirin Ebadi

    Macri recibió a las Premio Nobel Rigoberta Menchú y Shirin Ebadi

    La activista liberiana Leymah Roberta Gbowec, la guatemalteca Rigoberta Menchú Tum y la abogada iraní Shirin Ebadi, que años atrás fueron distinguidas con el premio Nobel de la Paz y en la última sesión ordinaria resultaron honradas como Huéspedes de Honor de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, mañana martes visitarán la sede legislativa porteña.

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  • Congreso de la FEB definió 24 horas de paro

    Congreso de la FEB definió 24 horas de paro

    Los maestros, además, participarán de la denominada Marcha Federal, a la que también convocan sindicatos de otros sectores y organizaciones sociales, y que comenzará el miércoles 31 en todo el país y confluirá el viernes en Plaza de Mayo para rechazar "los despidos, el ajuste salarial, el tarifazo" entre otros puntos.

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  • Italy honors quake victims as bishop warns of reconstruction

    Romanian Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos and Labor Minister Dragos Pislaru went to Italy on Tuesday, August 30, as a sign of support for the Romanians affected by last week's quake. Civil protection officials said only 37 caskets would be on hand, since many families opted for private funerals elsewhere. And the search for the dead continues, with up to 10 more bodies are believed to still be under the mounds of rubble.

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  • Turkey: US criticism over Syria operations unacceptable

    Turkey: US criticism over Syria operations unacceptable

    A Turkish Foreign Ministry statement said that Turkey expects YPG forces to retreat to eastern side of the river Euphrates and stated that USA officials statements on Turkey's intentions were "unacceptable". In addition to backing the latter, the U.S.is not keen in accommodating thee option considering that the move will only complicate the anti-Islamic State campaign.

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  • Fire and ice hinder travel into Yellowstone National Park

    A fire burning for more than a month north of Big Sur grew again to almost 142 square miles. The maple fire has now charred more than 27,000 acres, about 35 square miles. (AP) — Popular tourist areas in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks will be open for the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service on Thursday, but a wildfire is forcing some visitors to drive a little farther than they expected to get to the celebration.

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  • US urges Turkey, Syrian Kurds to focus on IS

    Ankara says it will not take orders from anyone on how to protect the nation. A Turkish Foreign Ministry statement said that Turkey expects YPG forces to retreat to eastern side of the river Euphrates and stated that US officials statements on Turkey's intentions were "unacceptable".

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  • Prankster who tossed crickets on subway train arrested

    Prankster who tossed crickets on subway train arrested

    Once the train came into the station she was taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation and released. "I'm waking people up with my shows, my acts", she said . Pugh got on the train pretending to be selling bugs then flung them into the air, started screaming and hit her head when another rider pushed her away.

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  • Judge Persky reassigned to civil cases at SJ courthouse

    Judge Persky reassigned to civil cases at SJ courthouse

    Prosecutors sought a six-year sentence in Turner's case, but Persky followed a recommendation by the county probation department to sentence him to six months in prison. The campaign is focusing on his six month sentence for Turner (he'll likely be out in three months with good behavior ) but that's not the only problem activists have with Persky.

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