• Rubio wins Senate primary in Florida

    Looking to face the victor of the Republican nomination in the November election are five Democrats, including Reps. Murphy wasted little time turning his acceptance speech into a blistering of Rubio. Senate". "And the answer is, he has this sense of entitlement". With his party's nomination secure, Rubio is now on path to defend the Senate seat he's held since 2010 and potentially help the GOP retain its majority in the U.S.

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  • North Korea executes Vice-Premier for Education: South Korea

    South Korea's Unification Ministry spokesman Jeong Joon-hee said the government had confirmed the execution of the education official, Kim Yong Jin, "through various channels" but declined to provide details. The unification ministry, the government department which manages relations with the North is, along with the spy agency, the South's primary source of information about Pyongyang.

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  • United Nations lauds suspension of France's burkini ban

    Valls said during a socialist meeting in southern France Thursday night that 'Marianne, the symbol of the Republic, is bare breast because she's feeding the people, she doesn't wear a veil because she's free'. But human rights activists argue that burkini bans are illegal and that efforts to outlaw the garment are Islamophobic. Some have also received fines for wearing the clothing.

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  • Broncos Prepare to Cut Mark Sanchez, Sign a New Quarterback

    On Monday the Denver coach made a decision to turn to a former Wildcat. Siemian started airing it out on the Broncos' third drive and, after two failed attempts to Demaryius Thomas up the middle, he connected with Emmanuel Sanders for an 11-yard gain and a first down.

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  • Turkey Denies Ceasefire Agreement with Syria Kurds

    Thomas called the reported agreement between the two groups "encouraging". Turkey's operation puts Washington in a troubling position. Since then, Syrian rebels have been pushing westward, chasing the Islamic State, as well as southward into areas controlled by forces aligned with the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces, or SDF.

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  • South Africa's ruling party says has confidence in finance minister Gordhan

    South Africa's ruling party says has confidence in finance minister Gordhan

    The newspaper said Gordhan faced a graft charge for granting early retirement to Ivan Pillay, a former commissioner of the South African Revenue Service who is also under investigation. The Treasury on Monday accused Eskom executives of blocking the probe of coal contracts between the utility and a company linked to the wealthy Gupta family that is accused of holding undue political sway over Zuma.

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  • Turkey-allied Syrian rebels clash with Kurdish-led forces

    Turkey-allied Syrian rebels clash with Kurdish-led forces

    The Observatory said government forces on Sunday resumed shelling and air strikes on the rebel-held Waer district of Homs city, killing three people and wounding another 20. Ankara wants to force the Kurds to withdraw to the east of Euphrates River, stopping short of establishing a corridor to link two Kurdish-held areas in northwestern Syria, the BBC said.

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  • Brazil's Senate Votes On Dilma Rousseff's Impeachment

    Brazil's Senate Votes On Dilma Rousseff's Impeachment

    Soldiers march in the garden of the official presidential residence Alvorada Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. The fate of Brazilian democracy will be decided Wednesday morning as the country's Senate will vote on whether to impeach suspended President Dilma Rousseff after a trial that many global critics have described as a farce, and a parliamentary coup.

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  • Mark Zuckerberg meets with Pope Francis

    Though he has publicly admitted in interviews to not owning a cell phone or using the computer, it seemed that Pope Francis now sees the value of the digital age, specifically in terms of the benefits new technologies can bring to evangelization and promoting human dignity.

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  • Father of Slain Jogger Says Mystery Runner Disappeared

    Father of Slain Jogger Says Mystery Runner Disappeared

    The 30-year-old jogger's body was found by her father and officers about 15 feet from the running trail that is a part of Spring Creek Park near the Belt Parkway in Queens. However, Boyce said the DNA from Karina's body has not matched any profiles found in state or national databases. Boyce also announced there were no hits on the DNA nationwide but also stressed there are a few reasons as to why as this was the case.

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  • Arrests made near scene of Milwaukee police shooting

    Arrests made near scene of Milwaukee police shooting

    The area has now been cleared, and police say they are continuing to patrol the area. Your current subscription does not provide access to this content. Gauerke didn't immediately respond to an inquiry seeking further details. The state Department of Justice is investigating Smith's shooting. Police say some in the crowd became disorderly and resistive and were also arrested.

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  • Buhari to attend TICAD VI in Kenya

    Kenyatta said at a joint press conference that Japan and African leaders should work together to encourage industrialization of the continent. When combined with the private sector's investments, the amount could rise to $30 billion, he said.

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  • Daesh leader killed in Syria's Aleppo

    Daesh leader killed in Syria's Aleppo

    Such U.S. assessments often take days and often lag behind official announcements by terror groups. Amaq said on Tuesday Adnani was killed while monitoring military operations in Aleppo. Al-Adnani was one of Daesh's longest-serving leaders, best known for issuing an edict for lone wolves to kill Westerners in September 2014. The spokesman, who was considered likely to succeed the head of the terrorist organization, was responsible for Islamic State's overseas activities including its ...

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  • IS says spokesperson Adnani killed in Syria's Aleppo

    IS says spokesperson Adnani killed in Syria's Aleppo

    It pledged to avenge his death but did not disclose details on how he died or who was killed with him. Russia's Defence Ministry said Adnani's killing by the Russian air strike had been confirmed "through several intelligence channels". "He has coordinated the movement of ISIL fighters, directly encouraged lone-wolf attacks on civilians and members of the military and actively recruited new ISIL members", he said .

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  • Refrendar los acuerdos de paz costará $97 mills

    Refrendar los acuerdos de paz costará $97 mills

    El ex presidente y senador Álvaro Uribe lidera una campaña por el No, con el argumento de que los líderes de las FARC -responsables de crímenes de guerra y delitos de lesa humanidad- no van a pagar cárcel y podrán ser elegidos para cargos públicos.

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  • Boy Dies After Getting Into Difficulty In Water

    Boy Dies After Getting Into Difficulty In Water

    The other three teenagers are in a stable condition, Northumbria Police said. A 12-year-old girl was rescued in the same incident. His daughter was airlifted to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth where police said her condition was not serious.

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  • New Apple iPhone unveiling expected next week

    Expected to be the iPhone 7, it will follow the 6s launched in September previous year and the smaller iPhone SE unveiled in March. However, the leaked specification sheet spotted by PhoneArena reveals that Apple stick to the HD and full HD resolution on the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models.

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  • Apple iPhone 7 confirmed for September 7 unveiling

    Apple iPhone 7 confirmed for September 7 unveiling

    The 7th was one of the potential dates assumed, and now it is official. The US technology giant looks set to unveil its next generation iPhone on September 7th and some big changes could be on there way. A dual-lens camera system is also expected on the larger handset. Most notable is the removal of the 3.5 millimeter headphone jack, which is the standard on almost every modern audio device.

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  • Yemen's exiled government welcomes USA plan for restart of peace talks

    Kerry said stability in Yemen is important to blunting the expansion of extremist groups there like the Islamic State and Al Qaeda. Sources in Kerry's delegation claimed that the secretary of state also held talks with his Gulf counterparts and a British minister in Saudi Arabia on the conflicts in Yemen , Syria and Libya.

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  • 'Jose Mourinho to make shock move for Bordeaux striker Diego Rolan', plus

    At a press conference today at Dusseldorf, the former Germany captain expressed his desire of staying at United and persuading manager Jose Mourinho that he still can play some quality minutes at Old Trafford. "I have to wait and see now how it goes in September and October and how it develops". "In the past year, things went well (at Man Utd) until I was banned (from the first-team)".

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  • Prosecutors: Man confessed in Chicago shooting of Dwyane Wade's cousin

    Somehow, Aldridge finds mercy for her daughter's killers. "I miss her. A life is gone". This is my baby girl. Diann Aldridge, in the midst of her grief, spoke with compassion about the suspects. The brothers have a history of violence. But the mother of four was not the target of the attacks, according to Chicago police, but rather an innocent bystander who had no connection with her killers.

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  • North Korea executes vice-premier: Seoul

    Kim took power in 2011 after the death of his father, Kim Jong-il, and his consolidation of power has included purges and executions of top officials, South Korean officials have said. The spymaster, who was reinstated this month, is likely to be tempted to prove his loyalty by committing provocative acts against the South, the official said.

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  • Florentino Pérez:

    Florentino Pérez: "Tenemos una plantilla espectacular imposible de mejorar"

    Real Madrid firmará un contrato de sponsoría con la marca de neumáticos Hankook Tire por las próximas cuatro temporadas y aumentará el ingreso en sus arcas con el objetivo de mantenerse en la cúspide del fútbol mundial. "Me voy a quedar", dijo a la prensa Isco. Y es que para Florentino difícilmente tiene puntos débiles una plantilla que ya ganó la Champions League y la Supercopa de Europa .

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  • Formalizarán a hijos de senador Pizarro y diputado León — SQM

    Formalizarán a hijos de senador Pizarro y diputado León — SQM

    Además, en la audiencia serán también formalizadas cerca de una veintena de personas, en su mayoría ligadas a la UDI. La instancia comenzó con la solicitud del Ministerio Público al tribunal de ampliar el plazo de la investigación lo que fue acogido por el magistrado, Álvaro Arriagada, quien concedió seis meses más para las indagatorias de la causa.

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  • Renegade Kid Disbands After Co-Founders Part Ways

    Insisting the split is amiable on the Renegade Kid website, Watsham and Hargrove announced that they will subsequently form two separate studios: Atooi and Infitizmo , respectively. Mutant Mudds 2 was supposed under development for more than two years now, and some games such as Moon Chronicles or Dementium Remastered never arrived in Europe after being promised.

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  • Hurricane watch issued for part of Florida's Gulf Coast

    The storm system had maximum sustained wind speeds of 35 miles per hour and was moving northeast at 5 miles per hour early Wednesday. It has now made the expected turn north, but moving slowly at 2 miles per hour. National Hurricane Center to issue a tropical storm warning and a hurricane watch for areas of Florida's Gulf coast. This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, Aug.

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  • Mother Teresa´s old order prepare for her canonisation

    Mother Teresa´s old order prepare for her canonisation

    When John Paul II came to visit Mother Teresa's home in the heart of the slums in Kolkata in 1986, Mother Teresa called it "the happiest day of my life". The men trudged down the dusty road of an impoverished Tijuana neighborhood. They are staying within walking distance of the Vatican, Heavey said.

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  • Tropical weather expected to drench North Carolina coast

    Although the track guidance is in good agreement on this scenario, the model envelope has shifted slightly westward this cycle, and the NHC forecast track has been nudged in that direction. Tropical Depression Nine could soon become a tropical storm. The depression is centered about 425 miles southwest of Tampa and is moving north near 2 mph.

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