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  • Clinton has comfortable lead in Pennsylvania

    Clinton has comfortable lead in Pennsylvania

    An image from a supporter purporting to show Clinton and her husband, Bill, at a college party with Clinton dressed in blackface. Aides said she will participate in several mock debates during which a campaign ally will stand in as Trump, trying to mimic the gruff, off-the-cuff demeanor he used to great effect in the Republican primary .

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  • You are here! Home > INTERNATIONAL > Rebel leader flees South Sudan

    The UN peacekeeping mission in the DRC became aware of Machar's presence in the country on Wednesday and contacted the Congolese government, who then asked the mission to extract Machar from his location, a UN spokesman said. Machar had returned to Juba in April as part of a deal to halt more than two years of fighting that broke out after Kiir sacked Machar from the post of vice-president.

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  • Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan Attacked

    Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan Attacked

    In Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying described the three victims' injuries as minor but called for a stern security response. According to the residents, the explosion was so loud that it made their houses go shake and crashed their windows. The Kyrgyz emergency service retrieved the Chinese embassy employees and those of American embassy nearby.

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  • African-Japanese Trade Deals Expected From Summit

    Kenyatta called on the Japanese government to ensure that young Africans benefit the most from the meeting, adding that TICAD VI will not only strengthen ties between Africa and Japan but also between African nations themselves. TICAD is a summit on African development co-organized by the Government of Japan , the United Nations Office of the Special Advisor on Africa (UN-OSAA), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), African Union Commission (AUC), and the World Bank.

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  • Concord Man Drowns While Trying to Save Children

    Concord Man Drowns While Trying to Save Children

    That stretch of river flows into the Pemigewassett River. A local man succumbed to injuries he sustained while attempting to save children swimming and playing in a pool below the Profile Falls on the Smith River in Bristol on August 29, 2016, according to New Hampshire Marine Patrol.

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  • South African school's afro ban sparks protest

    South African school's afro ban sparks protest

    She says there are layers of rules and regulations which demonstrate that the schools really are trying to "retain archaic ways of understanding how to build commonality among pupils". "We wanted to show that we have had enough of the bigotry and racism that we face at school", one pupil who asked to remain anonymous told Al Jazeera on Monday.

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  • IPhone 7 unveiling now set for September 7

    Instead, it says "See you on the 7th", without so much as an exclamation mark. "Please join us for an invitation-only event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 7, at 10:00 a.m". LeEco, a Chinese manufacturer also launched three smartphones without the 3.5mm jack this year. The company claims that the handsets are the first in the world to forego the traditional 3.5mm jack and feature a USB Type-C audio port with CDLA (Continual Digital Lossless Audio) ...

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  • Donald Trump goes on extended early morning Twitter tirade

    Donald Trump goes on extended early morning Twitter tirade

    Finally the former Marine declared that Trump "has not disqualified himself from getting a top-secret security clearance", while Democrat Hillary Clinton has. "The goal is to make the Republican Party as toxic as possible, to make it one big dumpster fire that they can't run away from". "Citizens around the country will see, as I've have seen, the heart and compassion Mr.

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  • Australia: Police charge Frenchman following homicide investigation at Townsille

    Australia: Police charge Frenchman following homicide investigation at Townsille

    French-Algerian Smail Ayad was reported to have developed an obsession with Mia Ayliffe-Chung, telling other guests at the hostel that they were married and in love. Asked if Mr Ayad had a romantic interest in Miss Ayliffe-Chung, he said: "That's one of the lines of inquiry that we are conducting". Mr Jackson was stabbed as he tried to rescue Miss Ayliffe-Chung by shielding her from the blows.

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  • Syria: U.S. welcomes pause in Turkish-Kurdish clashes

    After a weekend of Turkish clashes with YPG-allied forces, Washington expressed alarm and urged both sides to stop fighting each other and concentrate on combatting ISIL. Turkey's concerns about Kurdish expansion grew after the SDF drove the Islamic State from Manbij this month and then began pushing north toward Jarabulus.

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  • USA admits its 10000th Syrian refugee

    USA admits its 10000th Syrian refugee

    He said he would deport all Syrian refugees granted haven under Obama if he wins the White House in November. National Security Advisory Susan Rice announced that the goal will be met this afternoon and reiterated President Obama's commitment to do more to "strengthen the global response to humanitarian crises around the world".

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  • Microsoft releases new driver updates for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4

    However, according to Windows blogger Rudy Huyn , the image on Instagram , with the caption "Your key to success", is that of the existing matte silver Surface Book. Thanks to the image, some even started to speculate that the Surface Book 2 might come with a new hinge design that would allow the screen to sit even with the keyboard, unlike the first Surface Book with its fulcrum hinge design.

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  • NKorea-Top-Official-Executed

    NKorea-Top-Official-Executed

    The official said the North sent Kim Yong-chol, 71, the head of the United Front Department (UFD), to a rural farm for one month of re-education in mid-July as he showed a "heavy-handed" attitude and abused his power. In May, a former North Korean military chief, who Seoul said had been executed, was found to be alive and holding several new senior-level posts. He also didn't explain how his ministry obtained the information.

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  • A pesar de plagio, UP no retirará título a EPN

    La petición que fue lanzada hace unos días en la plataforma Change.org para exigir a la Universidad que le retirara el título a Peña Nieto, fue actualizada con la leyenda "La UP decepciona", luego de que esta determinó que "estamos frente a un acto consumado sobre el que es imposible proceder en ningún sentido ".

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  • Santos convoca a plebiscito sobre acuerdos de paz

    Santos convoca a plebiscito sobre acuerdos de paz

    El plebiscito es ahora una realidad', dijo el mandatario en la Casa de Nariño, sede del Ejecutivo. "El decreto incluye la pregunta que se hará a los votantes: " ¿Apoya usted el acuerdo final para la terminación del conflicto y la construcción de una paz estable y duradera? ".

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  • Italia lamenta víctimas de terremoto y cifra de muertos aumenta a 290

    Italia lamenta víctimas de terremoto y cifra de muertos aumenta a 290

    En un recorrido por la localidad junto al alcalde, Sergio Pirozzi, el jefe del Departamento de Protección Civil, Fabrizio Curcio, y el presidente de la región Lazio, Nicola Zingaretti, el jefe de Estado dialogó con personas desplazadas de sus hogares en uno de los centros de acogida y felicitó a los socorristas por la labor realizada.

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  • First batch of 5000 Syrians evacuating Daraya

    Meanwhile, the state-run al-Ekhbaria TV said Daraya has become empty of the rebels, and fully under the control of the Syrian army for the first time since 2012. The Syrian civil war started as a largely peaceful uprising against Assad in March 2011, but quickly escalated into a full-scale war. In August 2012, around 400 people were killed over several days by troops and pro-government militiamen who stormed the suburb after heavy fighting and days of shelling, according to opposition ...

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  • India unveils a $1.5 million investor visa to spur expansion

    India unveils a $1.5 million investor visa to spur expansion

    This can be renewed for 10 more years if the PRS holder has not come to adverse notice. "A certain threshold if you invest in India, then the availability of visa, the availability of the right to purchase assets, the availability of employment for family members, there is a detailed policy that has been approved by the Cabinet today", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said after the meeting.

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  • Baker urged to respond to ME governor

    But LePage spokeswoman Adrienne Bennett said the governor made the call last evening. -Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R), in a radio interview with Bangor talk radio station WVOM , in which he suggested he may not finish his term as governor, which ends January 2019.

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  • NY1 puts Anthony Weiner on indefinite leave

    After Weiss, Weiner was literally caught with his trousers down. In one of the pictures, Weiner is lying on a bed with his toddler son while he is texting the woman, according to the Post . To this day, there are those who admire her willingness to stoically stick with him and those who suspect that their marriage of convenience was suited to her political ambitions, as well.

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  • BitTorrent client is found distributing Mac-based malware

    BitTorrent client is found distributing Mac-based malware

    Users who downloaded Transmission v2.92 between August 28-29 should check to see if their systems were compromised by Keydnap malware. Now, cybercriminals have been caught using identical tactics to distribute another piece of malware identified by researchers at security firm ESET identify as Keydnap.

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  • Senado brasileño vota hoy si saca del poder a Dilma

    Senado brasileño vota hoy si saca del poder a Dilma

    El Senado de Brasil aplazó para hoy miércoles la votación respecto a si destituye permanentemente del cargo a la presidenta suspendida Dilma Rousseff. Estos pusieron barricadas e incendiaron neumáticos a primera hora de la mañana para impedir el tránsito por una de las principales vías de la mayor ciudad de Brasil , lo que generó retenciones de varios kilómetros.

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  • Beats wins in case alleging double dealing before Apple sale

    Beats wins in case alleging double dealing before Apple sale

    Los Angeles Superior Court Judge William Fahey issued a summary judgement a week before the case was due to go to trial. The judge ruled that Beats was allowed to end their partnership, meaning its actions were not, as Monster and its CEO Noel Lee claimed, a "sham" created to take control of their shared headphone line.

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