• Turkey Wedding Bomber Could Have Been Older

    Turkey Wedding Bomber Could Have Been Older

    The latest attack comes just a month after the government survived an attempted coup by rogue military officers, which Ankara blames on US-based Islamist preacher Fethullah Gulen. "Our border must be completely cleansed from Daesh", he said in televised remarks, using an Arabic acronym for the ISIS group. Of the 54 victims, 29 were under the age of 18, the Haberturk newspaper reported.

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  • Indagatoria para De Vido y José López por Skanska

    Indagatoria para De Vido y José López por Skanska

    Ambos exfuncionarios son sospechosos del delito de cohecho y defraudación en perjuicio de la administración pública por presuntos sobreprecios abonados en la construcción de los gasoductos Sur y Norte en cuya construcción participaron las empresas Skanska , Transportadora de Gas del Sur y Transportadora de Gas del Norte.

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  • Russian Federation to cooperate with USA over Syrian gas probe

    France's foreign minister said today the UN Security Council had to respond firmly after the investigation found that Syrian government troops were responsible for two toxic gas attacks. The United States calls on Russian Federation and Iran to join efforts to seek accountability for those responsible for using chemical weapons in Syria, White House National Security Council spokesperson Ned Price said in a press release.

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  • Clinton, Obama Distinguish Conservatism from Trump

    Clinton, Obama Distinguish Conservatism from Trump

    Clinton said Trump's new campaign CEO, Stephen Bannon, is proof of her argument. He is unfavorably comparing the USA economy to China's and says the nation has "some very, very serious problems and it's going to get worse with this group of people" in charge.

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  • The Hill: Federal judge blocks Obama's transgender bathroom policy

    American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) lawyer Joshua Block noted on Twitter that the White House can request a stay of the injunction , which would then need to be granted by an appeals court of the Supreme Court. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a statement released Monday that he was pleased with the decision "against the Obama administration's latest illegal federal overreach".

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  • Australia, Taiwan issue alerts on travel to Singapore after Zika outbreak

    The government said Aussies should adopt additional measures advised by the Department of Health, such as avoiding pregnancy for two months after returning from infected areas. Online retailer Lazada Singapore said sales of insect repellents jumped five-fold in the past three days. Most of the early infections were among foreign workers, hundreds of thousands of whom, mainly from the Asian sub-continent, work on Singapore's construction sites and in the marine sector.

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  • EPN cambiará el formato del Informe Presidencial; hablará ante jóvenes

    EPN cambiará el formato del Informe Presidencial; hablará ante jóvenes

    Los informantes dijeron al mencionado rotativo que el propósito es que se dé una imagen "amigable" y "menos rígida" del Ejecutivo. Lo acostumbrado, desde que el presidente no va al Congreso, era dar un discurso en el Patio de Palacio Nacional, ante más de mil invitados, entre empresarios, gobernadores, legisladores, familiares y ministros religiosos.

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  • British Backpacker Tom Jackson Dies After Queensland Hostel Stabbing

    British Backpacker Tom Jackson Dies After Queensland Hostel Stabbing

    Ms Ayliffe-Chung, from Wirksworth, Derbyshire, was killed at the Shelley's Backpackers accommodation in Home Hill on Tuesday. Ayad is said by witnesses to have shouted "Allahu akbar" ("God is greatest") during the attack. Les Jackson also thanked Townsville locals for their support. His father had flown from the United Kingdom to be by his bedside last week. Mia's mother Rosie Ayliffe said today her daughter's life would be celebrated at a multi-faith ceremony after she was cremated and ...

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  • Morales advierte con llamar a embajador en Brasil si Rousseff es destituida

    Morales advierte con llamar a embajador en Brasil si Rousseff es destituida

    El Senado brasileño abrió el debate final del impeachment de Dilma Rousseff con un veredicto que todos descuentan la desplazará del poder de Brasil . Una vez finalizadas las deliberaciones, los senadores decidirán este miércoles si Dilma Rousseff es condenada . En esos años dorados, el país fue elegido para celebrar los Juegos Olímpicos de 2016 y la Copa Mundial de Fútbol de 2014.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation warns of possible state election-system hacks

    His comments come one day after news surfaced about Federal Bureau of Investigation warnings to the states that hackers had successfully infiltrated one state board of election and targeted another. "The prospect of a hostile government actively seeking to undermine our free and fair elections represents one of the gravest threats to our democracy since the Cold War", Reid wrote in his August 27 letter to Comey, adding that the FBI should "investigate this matter thoroughly".

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  • Mancera ofrece homenajear a Juan Gabriel en el Zócalo

    Mancera ofrece homenajear a Juan Gabriel en el Zócalo

    Aseguró que hasta donde sabe los restos continúan en Estados Unidos , específicamente en Los Ángeles . Tenía previsto dar otros conciertos en México. "Vamos a tener varias cosas, lo único que estoy esperando es que concluya la Feria de las Culturas Indígenas porque creemos, estoy yo convencido, que debe ser en el Zócalo donde tengamos un homenaje a Juan Gabriel ", dijo.

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  • Japan, Kenya to promote trade

    Japan, Kenya to promote trade

    It has been noted lack of empowerment exposed youth to such terror sects as Boko Haram and Al-Shabaab as well as crime in general. The two-day development conference aims to unveil aid and investment projects. For his part, Abe said he believes the meeting will help Japan contribute to top-notch technology as well as human resource development. He said Japan would work hand in hand with Africa to realize the goals set out by the continent's people, whom he said were strongly promoting ...

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  • Trump And Clinton Are Both Disliked By At Least Half The Country

    Trump And Clinton Are Both Disliked By At Least Half The Country

    Trump said , "I had a great meeting with great people, great Hispanic leaders, and there could certainly be a softening because we're not looking to hurt people". Burns told MSNBC he was "speaking as a black man". Despite Trump's recent attempts to bring in minority voters, Clinton had an overwhelming lead among black, Hispanic and Asian voters, 90%-5%.

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  • Aetna letter threatened to quit Obamacare

    Aetna letter threatened to quit Obamacare

    Under state law, insurance companies must give consumers at least 90 days notice before discontinuing a plan in the individual market. In Aetna's public statement on the withdrawal, Bertolini wrote, "As a strong supporter of public exchanges as a means to meet the needs of the uninsured, we regret having to make this decision".

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  • US, Russia fail to reach deal on Syria truce

    The two top diplomats also said that experts from their respective countries would meet in Geneva in the coming days to conclude the few remaining technical issues and to clarify the details of what had been agreed on Friday. "Kerry said that the situation had dramatically deteriorated", in the months since. "We don't want a deal for the sake of the deal, we want a deal that is effective", Kerry said.

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  • Pieters, Westwood, Kaymer named Europe's Ryder Cup wildcards

    Davis Love, the USA captain, indicated that he would love to have the 31-year-old at his disposal, but Clarke was not about to apologise for favouring Pieters, a player more than 20 places below Knox in the rankings. The 31-year-old Scot easily would have qualified for the Ryder Cup if he had been a European Tour member when he won the HSBC Champions last November.

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  • EEUU: Restos de Juan Gabriel habrían sido cremados en California

    EEUU: Restos de Juan Gabriel habrían sido cremados en California

    En el aeropuerto de esa ciudad próxima a la capital, representantes de medios de comunicación y un pequeño grupo de admiradores esperaban su llegada el lunes por la noche. Silvia Urquidi , una de las representantes de Juan Gabriel , cuyo nombre real fue Alberto Aguilera Valadez , dijo que los familiares querían una ceremonia privada y que el artista "siempre dijo que cuando se muriera no quería que su funeral fuera un circo".

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  • Apple hit with $13bn tax slap

    Cooke, a professor at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business. That's because they've been tapping the giant tech companies for funding as sweeping new regulations for United States money market funds - due to take effect in October - have made it more expensive for local banks to raise funding in the U.S.

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  • What's expected in the iPhone 7?

    What's expected in the iPhone 7?

    Apple has sent out invites to selected media to join them in San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Wednesday September 7th. The 7th was one of the potential dates assumed, and now it is official. Considering the timing and pattern we are most definitely expecting the iPhone 7 and its iterations. According to rumours, the iPhone 7 is expected to come in two sizes - one with a 4.7-inch display, and one with a 5.5-inch display (which will be known as the iPhone 7 Plus).

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  • Trump to Give Major Speech on Illegal Immigration

    Trump to Give Major Speech on Illegal Immigration

    Trump rose to the top of the GOP field by stoking the nativist anger of his conservative followers with vows to deport all the undocumented workers in this country, and build a wall between the U.S. He explained that he's been talking to "thousands and thousands" of people on this subject. In another interview last week, Trump told CNN's Anderson Cooper "We're going to see what happens".

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  • Donald Trump to deliver major speech on immigration on Wednesday

    Donald Trump to deliver major speech on immigration on Wednesday

    In an interview, conservative provocateur, author and Trump supporter Ann Coulter said Trump's shifts are "all minor stylistic stuff", but added: "I'm annoyed nonetheless". Kellyanne Conway, Trump's Campaign Manager, defended the tweet. However, Pence maintained that "Nothing has changed about Donald Trump's position on dealing with immigration".

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  • No Clinton calendar release before US vote

    No Clinton calendar release before US vote

    The timing is bad for Hillary Clinton. The State Department says it won't be able to release the entire schedule until just before the new year. The AP's analysis focused on people with private interests and excluded her meetings or calls with USA federal employees or foreign government representatives.

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  • IOM: people smugglers using "particularly unseaworthy" boats

    Twin babies born on the treacherous refugee route through Libya are among thousands of asylum seekers rescued in just one day on the Mediterranean Sea. There are around a dozen vessels run by humanitarian groups that patrol the waters off the Libyan coast, but tensions in the zone have flared recently as rival factions battle to control migrant trafficking.

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  • Celebrate National Park Service's Birthday With Its 7 Weirdest Projects

    Officially created in 1974, Sandy Hook is one of three units (including sites in Jamaica Bay and Staten Island in New York) making up the park service's Gateway National Recreation Area. The park service's newest national monument, Katahdin Woods and Waters in ME, was being readied to welcome its first visitors since President Barack Obama used his executive authority to create it on Wednesday.

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  • Autoridades incautan más de dos toneladas de cocaína en el Pacífico

    Autoridades incautan más de dos toneladas de cocaína en el Pacífico

    Las autoridades hallaron un alijo de 37 bultos con 1.500 kilos de clorhidrato de cocaína, que presuntamente iba a ser transportado a Centroamérica, agregó la Armada. En la última semana, la Fuerza Naval del Pacífico ha decomisado más de tres toneladas de clorhidrato de cocaína. La Armada Nacional indicó en un comunicado que la droga fue incautada en dos operaciones realizadas en las costas del departamento de Nariño (sur), limítrofe con Ecuador.

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