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  • Democratic Alliance wins Nelson Mandela Bay

    Democratic Alliance wins Nelson Mandela Bay

    South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) has won most votes in Tshwane municipality, home to the capital Pretoria, the state news agency said on Saturday, dealing a major blow to the ruling African National Congress (ANC). "Ideologically, the EFF is closer to the ANC, though it will be loath to support the ANC which it has acrimoniously opposed in the National Assembly", he said.

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  • Brutal matanza de perros callejeros en Pakistán

    Brutal matanza de perros callejeros en Pakistán

    Las autoridades de la ciudad paquistaní de Karachi procedió al envenenamiento de 700 perros callejeros , en una matanza masiva sin precedentes, bajo el argumento de que atacan a miles personas cada año y es un peligro inminente para la ciudadanía.

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  • Thai election in 2017 regardless of referendum vote, says junta chief

    However, Reuters interviews with senior military officers belie those claims and show that the military's ambitions is to make future coups unnecessary by weakening political parties. He has lived overseas since 2008 to avoid prison for a corruption conviction that he says was politically motivated. The constitution would put so much power in the hands of bodies tasked with acting as counter-balances to governments that it would make Thailand ungovernable, Thaksin said.

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  • Chivas se queda sin goles y empata contra Querétaro

    Chivas se queda sin goles y empata contra Querétaro

    Contra todos los pronósticos, Matias Almeyda no solo deberá armar una nueva estrategia, sino también en devolverles la motivación a sus pupilos por la racha de malos resultados. "Estamos en Guadalajara , ya veremos en la semana que hacemos, la idea es que esté lo pronto posible". Vucetich aseguró que poco después de haber dejado a la selección mexicana, directivos de las Chivas lo contactaron, sin embargo, el 'Rey Midas' reconoció que al ser Jorge Vergara uno de los que abogó por su ...

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  • #ReadySetRio: Man shot dead near Maracana after Olympic opening ceremony

    Thousands of flag-waving protesters blocked traffic on the curving boulevard beside Copacabana beach, in front of the city's storied Palace hotel, calling for the removal of centre-right interim president Michel Temer. Brazilian officials wanted this cauldron smaller than most, a reminder to reduce global warming caused by fossil fuels and greenhouse gases. Swimming legend Michael Phelps said the honor of being the USA flag bearer was something that he could not pass up.

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  • In a U-turn, Trump backs Ryan, McCain

    In a U-turn, Trump backs Ryan, McCain

    His timing was a bit curious, competing with the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. On Friday, he called Ayotte " a rising star " who " will continue to represent the great people of New Hampshire so very well for a long, long time ".

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  • Realiza Egidio gira en el sur

    Realiza Egidio gira en el sur

    La infraestructura deportiva debe ser uno de los principales legados de esta Administración. Agregó que en sectores como la colonia Morelos, el ayuntamiento ha invertido y gestionado recursos por más de 35 millones de pesos "y eso es ejemplo del gran trabajo en equipo con el Gobernador Egidio Torre Cantú y el Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto", agregó.

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  • Hilary Clinton gains traction in Colorado as Trump falters

    Repeatedly during his rally in Des Moines, Trump returned to the topic of Clinton's character, intertwining those attacks with others on her policy positions and record as secretary of state. Trump's endorsement of Ryan would come at an 8 p.m. ET rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, two sources said. The Midwest mayhem underscored Trump's mounting challenges during one of the most tumultuous weeks of his unorthodox campaign.

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  • Walsh Jennings, Ross win 1st match as partners

    Walsh Jennings, Ross win 1st match as partners

    By the first timeout, the US women led 14-7. Now Walsh Jennings and Ross will look to defend the title for a fourth consecutive Olympics, and that all starts Saturday against the Australians. As they met to congratulate each other, Walsh Jennings whispered to Ross, "Let's go win gold in Rio!" With one match under their belt, the USA duo will play two more matches in the preliminary round.

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  • Paul Ryan Primary Challenger: 'Why Do We Have Muslims in the Country?'

    The potential switch to a Ryan endorsement didn't please Ron and Michelle Lovelien, small business owners who drove three hours from Eau Claire to Green Bay to see Trump Friday. Despite Ryan's cash and polling advantage, Nehlen said his campaign has 20,000 donors and dozens of people knocking on doors. "I hope Americans understand that the remarks do not represent the views of our Republican Party, its officers, or candidates", McCain said in a almost 700-word statement.

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  • First US offshore wind farm enters construction

    First US offshore wind farm enters construction

    In July, a cable laying vessel (dubbed Big Max ) completed installation of all cables for the project, including the four inter-array cables connecting the five wind turbine foundations and the export cable connecting the wind farm to a new substation on Block Island.

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  • Media gives Clinton a pass, scrutinizes Trump

    Media gives Clinton a pass, scrutinizes Trump

    In addition to praising Ryan, Trump also threw his support behind Arizona Sen. "I don't want to do this, but I will do this because I feel I have to in order to defend Republicans, and our principles, so that people don't make the mistake of thinking we think like that".

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  • Emirates plane catches fire upon landing at Dubai airport

    Passengers said that as the plane neared Dubai , the pilot announced that there was an issue with the landing gear, according to Ie Vallikadan, a reporter with the Indian newspaper "Mathrubhumi News". So far, two (2) Malaysians are confirmed to be in the aircraft. Moments after Wednesday afternoon's emergency landing, the passenger who was filming it captured part of the engine ablaze on video.

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  • Con una multitudinaria misa, Francisco comenzó a despedirse de Polonia

    Habló de la autoestima y del peligro de "no sentirse a la altura" y tener "una baja consideración de uno mismo", y que "no sólo tiene que ver con la autoestima, sino que afecta la fe". Francisco dijo que cree que "no es correcto identificar al Islam con la violencia". Cientos de miles de jóvenes , muchos de ellos que habían acampado durante la noche, portaban banderas nacionales y aplaudieron a Francisco a su llegada a un campo de grandes dimensiones en las afueras de Cracovia en el ...

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  • Rescue workers mourn after stranded baby orca dies

    Rescue workers mourn after stranded baby orca dies

    The young orca after it was rescued and put into a pool. The calf, estimated to be between six months and a year old, had been spotted in the Tauranga area since July 14. He was discovered in Tauranga Harbour, where rescue workers fed him electrolytes and fish slurry in an effort to help him return to health. "Rescue and release of an orca this young would have been a world first, the chances of success were always slim".

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  • Mugshot Released , Dad Charged In Child Hot Car Deaths

    Asa North's neighbors rushed outside to help, placing the infants in a kiddie pool half-filled with water. The twins were taken to a hospital, where they were pronounced dead . Babies sleep soundly, and parents are stressed, rushing to get to work or driving on autopilot, not tuned in to a new schedule or change of routine.

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  • British vacationers stuck in 12-hour traffic jams

    Queues had largely been cleared by Sunday evening but Kent Police warned that a combination of heightened security and the holiday rush could spell further delays for "weeks" to come. The Port of Dover said it had raised concerns over French staffing levels with the United Kingdom government earlier this week, which were then brought up with its French counterparts.

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  • Obama says money to fight Zika virus is 'running out'

    The virus is particularly unsafe for pregnant women because it can trigger microcephaly , which is a birth defect that causes a baby's head to be smaller than expected and its brain to be underdeveloped. Congress should follow Blumenthal's suggestion and convene an emergency session and get funding to health officials to combat this looming crisis. Before Friday's troubling revelation, Florida had 300-plus Zika cases, more than any other state.

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  • Olympic athletes risk all in germ-infested waters

    Olympic athletes risk all in germ-infested waters

    The AP found that 90 percent of sites sampled had worrying levels of adenoviruses , which lead to a host of infections, and Ipanema beach, and likely others, saw levels of rotavirus exceeding 32 million per liter. The crux of the issue lies in the different types of testing used to determine the health and safety of recreational waters. As Picao told Gizmodo, she expected these bugs to be rare and was surprised to recover them "extremely easily" from coastal waters.

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  • Khizr Khan: Americans won't buy 'snake oil' Trump sells - UpFront

    Khizr Khan: Americans won't buy 'snake oil' Trump sells - UpFront

    Trump's hard-core supporters might forgive him for showing no compassion and little understanding of the sacrifice made by the Khans, but elsewhere condemnation was swift and bipartisan. She later explained to the Washington Post that she was too emotional to speak, given the situation and the large picture of her son displayed behind her.

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  • Hindu doctor gunned down in Karachi

    Hindu doctor gunned down in Karachi

    The assailants fled while injured Dr. Lakhwani was rushed to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital for medical treatment, but was later shifted to Agha Khan University Hospital, by his family. "Dr Lakhwani had asked his assistant to bring a balance card for his cellphone and, when the assistant went away, someone came over there and shot him", said Perwani.

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  • Machete-wielding man attacks police in Belgium

    This news story is related to Print/140782-Man-arrested-for-attacking-cops-after-shouting-Allahu-Akbar/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne. (Updates with death of attacker, prime minister's comments) BRUSSELS , Aug 6 ( Reuters ) - A machete-wielding man yelling " Allahu Akbar! ".

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  • 'Violent attack' suspected in Nelson death

    'Violent attack' suspected in Nelson death

    Police are continuing the scene examination today. Mr Morton did not own the boat where his body was found. A post mortem was completed yesterday and Nelson police said the number and nature of his injuries suggest he was the victim of a very violent attack.

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  • Friendship Day 2016: Top Whatsapp and Facebook messages to send your friends

    Friendship Day 2016: Top Whatsapp and Facebook messages to send your friends

    To enable you to reach out your friends and share sweetness of your friendship with others, we have a dedicated page for you. Friend, Yaar, Dost are different names but have the same meaning. " A friend is someone who understand your past, believes in your future, and accepts you today just the way you are". "Every person is a new door to a different world".

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  • No blackout of Rajnath Singh speech in Islamabad: MEA

    No blackout of Rajnath Singh speech in Islamabad: MEA

    According to the Press Trust of India, an interior ministry official in Islamabad also said that there was no such blackout of Singh's speech as none of the speeches of participating ministers was shown. It was the first visit by an Indian minister to Pakistan after the January attack on the Indian Air Force base at Pathankot, also blamed on Pakistani terrorists.

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  • Women go head-to-head in 400-meter freestyle relay

    She is one of the most successful divers in history, having won eight world titles on top of her Olympic successes. But she is not the unstoppable force she was four years ago. She won the 200 and 400 freestyles and finished second in the 800. Ledecky wasn't expected to take part in final, but she was chosen after swimming the fastest time of any of the Americans as the anchor in the preliminary heat.

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  • Pistorius Treated at South African Hospital; Back to Jail

    They said he could have been attempting suicide since razor blades were found in his cell and bandages swathed his arms as he was rushed out. He was freed from prison last October after nearly a year behind bars and was to serve the remainder the jail term under house arrest at his uncle's house in a wealthy suburb of the South Africa capital.

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  • Trump Making Stops In Iowa, Wisconsin

    An average of polls aggregated by Real Clear Politics showed Clinton ahead of Trump by 6.8 percentage points on Friday, up from 3.9 on August 1. In recent days, Trump pointedly refused to endorse Ryan, the House speaker who faces a Republican primary challenge next week.

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