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  • Turkish tanks clash with Kurd-backed forces in Syria, monitor group reports

    The escalation against the neighborhood comes after the evacuation of Daraya, a Damascus suburb, following a deal struck with the government after a grueling bombing campaign and a tight siege. There was no immediate comment from the Syria Democratic Forces, the US -backed Kurdish-affiliated forces. Turkey's military didn't specify what the airstrikes hit, saying only that "terror groups" were targeted south of the village of Jarablus, where the clashes later ensued.

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  • Himachal Pradesh: Bridge near Rohtang tunnel project collapses

    Himachal Pradesh: Bridge near Rohtang tunnel project collapses

    Brig D.N.Bhatt, Chief Engineer of Rohtang tunnel while speaking to Hill Post said that effort is been made to restore the bridge at the shortest time possible so that further loss is prevented. The Rohtang Pass remains close for six months due to snow; the tunnel will provide round the year access. The 8.8-km long Rohtang Tunnel, under the Rohtang Pass on the Leh-Manali highway, will be one of India's longest traffic tunnels when it is constructed.

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  • I was a victim of parliamentary boycott, President Rousseff says

    I was a victim of parliamentary boycott, President Rousseff says

    Brazilian senators have finished questioning suspended President Dilma Rousseff in her impeachment trial. The presentations came in the final phase of a political fight that has consumed Latin America's largest nation since an impeachment measure was introduced in the lower Chamber of Deputies late previous year.

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  • ZTE announces budget phone price

    ZTE announces budget phone price

    It has a 5.2 inch 1080p AMOLED display. Other features include LTE, dual SIM support, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of expandable storage space, and a 2705 mAh battery. This feature is meant especially for the customers who travel a lot, or for the owners who live in an area that might not b covered by one of the carriers.

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  • Obama To Build World's Largest Ocean Reserve Off Hawaii

    Obama To Build World's Largest Ocean Reserve Off Hawaii

    The regional council that manages US waters in the Pacific Islands voiced disappointment with Obama's decision, saying it "serves a political legacy" rather than a conservation benefit. In an interview, Kaho'ohalahala explained that Papahānaumokuākea, considered a sacred place, figures large in the creation myths of his people. The battle was fought in June of 1942 and marked a major shift in that war.

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  • Police warn public after large snakeskin found along river

    Police warn public after large snakeskin found along river

    The snake was first spotted in June. But snake experts are skeptical of Wessie's authenticity. "You never know, though, people have insane pets today", Michael Diemond told WCSH 6 . Not only is the snake still lurking in the woods, but it is getting bigger as it has molted its skin , which is not a welcome sight for those setting up their campsites nearby.

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  • European Union says Apple must pay up to 13B euros in back taxes

    On this side of the water, the White House quickly expressed "concern" over the ruling, warning it could cost tax payers. Apple runs its European operations from Ireland, which has a 12.5 percent corporate tax rate. "Perhaps the [European Commission] decision will spur the USA authorities to step up their own efforts to collect more taxes from Apple". The EU says that many multinationals - including Starbucks, Fiat and Amazon - struck deals with EU countries to pay unusually low ...

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  • Familia de Juan Gabriel confirma homenaje en Ciudad Juárez

    Los restos del célebre cantautor mexicano Juan Gabriel reposan en Los Ángeles, Estados Unidos , luego de ser incinerados, dijo este martes Roberto Perea, portavoz del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA) de México. Mientras en México se alistaban los funerales, los restos del cantautor azteca, Juan Gabriel , fueron cremados en California y, de acuerdo con la periodista de espectáculos, Mara Patricia Castañeda , se desconoce el destino de sus cenizas.

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  • France's Hollande says transatlantic trade talks 'bogged down'

    The negotiations have bogged down, the positions have not been respected, the imbalance is obvious". Matthias Fekl said that he would ask the European Commission, the EU's executive arm, at a meeting of trade ministers late September to end negotiations over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, generally known as TTIP.

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  • Korea holds largest artillery drills near N. Korea border

    Korea holds largest artillery drills near N. Korea border

    Pyongyang's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said that Thae, who they described as " human scum ", had embezzled state funds, raped a minor and spied for South Korea in exchange for money. In an interview to the American news outlet, Liberty in North Korea director of Research and Strategy, Sokeel Park, said the defection "could lead to threats of retaliation from North Korea".

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  • John Kerry: The Media Should Stop Covering Terrorism So Much

    Kerry said he does not believe "the government of Bangladesh has its head in the sand". Kerry plans to discuss counterterrorism cooperation along with human rights and development with officials. We are reassured by the Secretary's comments that the USA will assist Bangladesh on all important sectors related to our development. "These heinous acts of violence — and too many others worldwide — are a stark, painful reminder that those who aid terrorist groups or perpetrate these acts have ...

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  • Islamic State 'connected' to Bangladesh, Kerry says

    The U.S. and Bangladesh have long-standing counter terrorism and security programs, and their dialogue has intensified in recent months, a senior State Department official told reporters before the visit. The initiative was mooted in 2015 when the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama made a decision to elevate the India-US Strategic Dialogue to a Strategic and Commercial Dialogue, reflecting the significance of the trade and economic engagement between the two ...

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  • Rajnath to visit Kashmir, curfew lifted in valley

    Rajnath to visit Kashmir, curfew lifted in valley

    Curfew was lifted from the entire troubled valley barring Pulwama town and in areas under the jurisdiction of Nowhatta and M.R. Gunj police stations in Srinagar city, a police official told IANS . The government has sounded out different political parties to convey the names of their representatives who will be part of the delegation. The delegation would be led by Rajnath Singh.

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  • Israel Welcomes Turkey's Ratification of Bilateral Reconciliation Treaty

    According to the Israeli army, 14 rockets have been fired into Israel in 2016. Israel said Monday its forces carried out dozens of air and tank strikes in Gaza on Sunday in response to a rocket that hit a southern Israeli town. A Palestinian military group affiliated with the Salafist and sharing the same logo as the Islamic State claimed responsibility in a statement for firing the rockets into Israel .

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  • Chicago cops recommended for firing in Laquan McDonald death

    News of the report comes as the department announced the retirement Deputy Chief David McNaughton, who determined the shooting by Officer Jason Van Dyke complied with department policy. But that agency's leader - former federal prosecutor Sharon Fairley, who was appointed just after the controversy erupted - asked Inspector General Joseph Ferguson's office to take over the inquiry, saying public confidence might have been lacking if her agency had led the investigation.

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  • 'Principal architect' of IS attacks on West killed in Syria

    'Principal architect' of IS attacks on West killed in Syria

    The Amaq news agency said Adnani was "martyred while surveying the operations to repel the military campaigns against Aleppo ". The Syrian born Adnani was integral to the Islamic State's early efforts to gain a foothold in Syria . Adnani was originally from the western Syrian province of Idlib and joined the jihadist movement in Iraq , where he served now slain Al-Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and held several positions.

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  • Sears Bringing Paint Back to Home Improvement Shelves

    In June, Sears unveiled plans to put its DieHard brand on automobile tires, the brands first major expansion in more than a decade. Wilmington was named one of the test markets for Sears' new line of paint products. Sears, which also owns the Kmart discount chain, in May said that it was exploring increasing the availability of its Kenmore , Craftsman and DieHard wares outside of Sears and Kmart stores.

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  • China-Pakistan Economic Corridor a game changer for South Asia: Nawaz Sharif

    China-Pakistan Economic Corridor a game changer for South Asia: Nawaz Sharif

    The protesters say that the project was causing much damage to the environment and would not benefit the people of the region. Zehri's absence from the summit comes in wake of protests by activists of the UK-based Baloch and Sindhi groups against the CPEC and human rights violations outside the Chinese embassy in London demanding that the United States dollars 46-billion project be called off.

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  • China slams Japan for sowing discord with Africa

    The release further stated that through the MOC, USAID and MOFA seek to further align the Power Africa initiative with Japan's relevant efforts through the Tokyo International Conference on African Development ( TICAD ) process and will provide a foundation for collaboration in the energy sector.

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  • Hurricane to pass 'dangerously close' to Hawaii's Big Island

    Hurricane to pass 'dangerously close' to Hawaii's Big Island

    It's not just the Atlantic that has recently seen a bevy of tropical activity. The hurricane had sustained winds near 115 miles per hour. Midnight Sunday, Aug. Lester is forecast to pass the island Saturday to the north, though a direct hit remains possible. Forecasters predicted a gradual turn west by Tuesday, with little change in forward speed.

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  • Google Will Absorb Nest Developers

    Google Will Absorb Nest Developers

    With that change, Nest became its own subsidiary of Alphabet, like Google, putting pressure on the company to achieve profitability, which it struggled to do under Fadell's leadership. Nest created the "Works with Nest" program along with the wireless protocol "Thread". Nest, acquired in 2014, and Alphabet have both come under scrutiny over the past year amid uncertainty surrounding businesses outside Google's core.

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  • U.S. to encourage India-Pakistan dialogue over Kashmir

    He said the perpetrators of attacks on Indian soil-in Mumbai in 2008 and at an airbase in Punjab last January-should be brought to justice. Referring to the strategic dialogue, Kerry said, "In both sectors, security and economics, we have room to be able to further grow, and to expand our two-way trade and investment, but also to resolve our security problems in doing that".

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  • QBs the Vikings could target if Teddy Bridgewater is out for season

    Multiple teams may be in the market for a relatively young quarterback (25 years old) with starting experience, and the Vikings are now in that mix. The Vikings are expected to add another quarterback, as undrafted free agent rookie Joel Stave is the only other QB now on the roster. Other than that, he has thrown a total of 23 passes dating back to 2010.

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  • Cerrará la CNTE accesos a Tuxtla Gutiérrez por dos días

    Será a partir de las 09:00 de la mañana y hasta las 10:00 de la noche que el magisterio realice estas acciones, como parte de la resistencia iniciada en mayo contra la Reforma Educativa . Explicaron que los bloqueos son para impedir el paso de camiones de carga de empresas trasnacionales, por lo que los automóviles particulares y de transporte público pueden circular.

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  • Steyn on fire and New Zealand teeter on the brink

    Both openers were out for a golden duck. New Zealand finished day two of the second Test on 38-3. At lunch, Williamson might have been regretting putting South Africa into bat with De Kock picking off the loose deliveries to speed to his 50, including 10 fours.

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  • Sony, Intel team to bring 4K movie service to PCs

    Sony, Intel team to bring 4K movie service to PCs

    Speaking of business decisions: 4K movies won't come cheap for Ultra customers, even with the new streaming option. Intel's 7th Gen Core processors are created to bring 4K entertainment to mainstream PC customers with high performance and new hardware security technologies .

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  • ¿Dónde está el cuerpo de Juan Gabriel?

    La representante afirmó que en tanto la familia tome una decisión frente a los actos fúnebres, estará presta a hacerlos públicos. Recordemos que el Secretario de Cultutura de México , Rafael Tovar y de Teresa, informó que el presidente Enrique Peña Nieto le instruyó abrir las puertas del Palacio de Bellas Artes para un homenaje póstimo a Juan Gabriel .

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