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  • Apple-EU stoush: Cook hints EU may lose jobs

    Apple-EU stoush: Cook hints EU may lose jobs

    Internal Revenue Service. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch said lawmakers would examine the European Union decision but warned that it was inconsistent with global standards. Meanwhile, Downing Street says the tech giant is welcome to come to the United Kingdom after paying the bill, according to the Telegraph . Mr Key says the issue is the mismatch between tax rules in different countries and whether that's something multinationals can use to their advantage.

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  • Polls now closed in Arizona's primary election

    Tuesday, reported Election Director Katie Howard, leaving only write-in votes, provisional ballots and ballots turned in at the vote centers left to tally. Ertel said the polling place was shut down because it was within a one-mile radius of where police responded. In Miami Beach, a polling place was moved from the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens to City Hall because authorities are inspecting and spraying for mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus, said Detzner.

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  • India names new governor of central bank

    Mundra further said his colleague Patel has been continuously involved with RBI and has a clear opinion on all issues. Patel, who is eight months younger to Rajan, joined the central bank on January 11, 2013, months before the latter took charge as the governor, and he has been heading the monetary policy department.

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  • Tributes to Cheshire backpacker killed in Austrailia

    The "indescribably proud" relatives of traveller Tom Jackson have paid tribute to a "wonderful big brother" and a "darling" son after he died in an Australian hospital yesterday. Mr Jackson, 30, was stabbed in the eye, head and torso when he tried to shield Ms Ayliffe-Chung in the bathroom. Ayad faces numerous charges, including murder and serious assault.

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  • Sri Lanka elect to bat against Australia in second ODI

    Chasing a challenging 289-run victory target, Australia were bundled out for 206 in 47.2 overs at R Premadasa Stadium, Sport24 reported. In addition to his success with the bat, Dilshan has taken 106 wickets in limited overs matches, as well as 39 in Test matches.

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  • Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell detained for another week amid Larne searches

    Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell detained for another week amid Larne searches

    Detectives from the Metropolitan police have been given an extra seven days to question a Royal Marine over the discovery of two dissident republican arsenals in Northern Ireland. An armour-piercing improvised rocket and two anti-personnel mines were among the cache recovered at Capanagh in May. Explosives and bomb parts were also found in May at Capanagh Forest.

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  • FBI to release documents related to Clinton email probe

    The FBI has given many of those other documents to Congress on the condition that they not be released. While Clinton has claimed that she has given the State Department all of her work-related emails, Comey said last month that FBI investigators recovered "several thousand" work-related Clinton emails that she did not give to her former employer.

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  • California farmworkers on edge over historic overtime bill

    Monday's approval of legislation to phase in state overtime rules for farmworkers again underscored the urban-rural divide on numerous issues that come before the California Legislature. "You could work 16 hours, 20 hours, and not be paid any overtime". Supporters, mostly Democrats, said the issue was one of fairness to farmworkers, who are among the few US hourly workers not paid overtime.

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  • Colombia to vote on FARC peace deal on October 2

    That law clearly states that Congress must be notified of the date of the peace referendum, according to Santos, who said he therefore also presented Lizcano with a letter authorizing the plebiscite to be held on October 2. Congratulations poured in from the United Nations, which will play a key role keeping the peace, and regional governments. Meanwhile the White House said US President Barack Obama had called Santos to congratulate him.

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  • Superbikes: Leon Haslam crowned King of the Mountain

    Superbikes: Leon Haslam crowned King of the Mountain

    With three laps to go, Shakey regained second place before finding the narrowest of gaps to pass Haslam at the Gooseneck on the final lap which saw him hang on to take his seventh win of the season and with it, career win number 75, although only his second at Cadwell Park .

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  • IS spokesman killed in Syria's Aleppo

    IS spokesman killed in Syria's Aleppo

    Sources in the Pentagon also said that Adnani's "removal from the battlefienld" would be a significant blow to the terror outfit. The group reacted by saying his death would not harm it, and his killers would face "torment", a statement in the group's al-Naba newspaper said, according to the Site Intelligence monitoring group.

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  • Cannes burkini ban overturned after top French court ruling

    Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve met with senior Muslim representatives and agreed that efforts to foster good relations will include the creation of an Islamic foundation, funded exclusively with money from within France. Religion and the state are completely separated. "By stimulating polarization between communities, these clothing bans have only succeeded in increasing tensions and as a result may actually undermine the effort to fight and prevent violent extremism, which depends on ...

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  • Brazil's suspended president makes her case in impeachment trial

    She called that nonsense, contending she broke no laws and noting previous presidents used similar accounting measures. "It wasn't just that a president lied", said Paschoal. About 2,000 supporters rallied in her support near the Senate building in the capital Brasilia, waving flags - a fraction of the crowds her Workers' Party has drawn in the past.

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  • Enrique Peña Nieto plagió su tesis: Universidad Panamericana

    Enrique Peña Nieto plagió su tesis: Universidad Panamericana

    La institución admitió que el Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto cometió plagio en su tesis "El Presidencialismo Mexicano y Álvaro Obregón", sin embargo, no encontró forma de sancionarlo. Reproducciones textuales de fragmentos sin cita a pie de página ni en el apartado de la bibliografía . Reproducciones textuales de fragmentos de obras publicadas anteriormente de acuerdo a estándares académicos.

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  • National Park Service turns 100-years-old

    Rainier National Park is home to Mt. "The U.S. National Parks are full of wonders, but most people don't get the chance to visit in person". Later that evening, a film series showcasing lesser-known national parks and monuments will be held at the Arches National Park visitor center, beginning at 7 p.m.

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  • India's bid for permanent UNSC seat will take time: John Kerry

    I have been working on this issue very hard. In this connection, Kirby, in his briefing said: "We all recognise the continued security threat that is posed by the Haqqani network and other terrorist groups that operate inside Pakistan and along that border between Afghanistan and Pakistan".

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  • Dog swims over 6 miles, walks a dozen more to find family

    Dog swims over 6 miles, walks a dozen more to find family

    Edward Casas, 56, and his 49-year-old wife Kristin Casas, sobbed and held their 10-month-old puppy Rylee after the Belgian Malinois managed to swim more than six miles back to shore and walked more than 12 miles through the woods to a campground, according to ABC News .

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  • Tropical storm warning for Florida's Gulf coast

    The latest track from the National Hurricane Center pushes Hermine into the Coastal Empire early Friday morning and off the SC coast, moving rapidly away from our area Friday evening. We also learned that the National Hurricane Center expects Tropical Depression Nine to become a Tropical Storm sometime today. Rain was already soaking portions of the state Wednesday, leading to traffic jams in the Tampa area.

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  • Samsung boosts its smartwatch lineup with two versions of the Gear S3

    Samsung boosts its smartwatch lineup with two versions of the Gear S3

    The current Samsung wearable line up. We have to say that the new smartwatch has a distinctive premium look, never seen before on Gear smartwatch family. There is no word on what version of Tizen the Gear S3 will run. The new LG V20, which is set to be one of the first phones to ship with the next version of Android's mobile operating system - 7.0 Nougat - is also expected to be shown off during the event, which was visited by more than 245,000 people previous year.

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  • Guess Whose Estate Will Soon Open for Public Tours?

    Guess Whose Estate Will Soon Open for Public Tours?

    Tickets for the museum go on sale on Friday at the officialpaiselypark.com website . The price for a 70-minute tour up to 30 guests on Paisley Park will cost $38.50, with $100 for the VIP tours. But court filings indicate that they will likely include Tyka Nelson and five half-siblings because Prince was divorced, his parents are dead and he had no confirmed children.

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  • Rendirá Peña Nieto 4to Informe ante jóvenes

    Rendirá Peña Nieto 4to Informe ante jóvenes

    Jorge Olvera, rector de la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México (UAEM), minimizó el plagio de tesis cometido por Peña Nieto para obtener el título de abogado en la Universidad Panamericana , al asegurar que hay temas más "actuales e impactantes".

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  • Kurds triumph in battle against Syrian regime

    Damascus may have interpreted that Turkish concession as permission to attempt to reestablished state control in the breakaway Kurdish districts. For the second time in two days, Syrian fighter jets on Friday attempted to fly over a Kurdish-held area of northeastern Syria where USA special operations troops are operating, but flew away after being met by American F-22 fighters.

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  • Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to reopen border crossing

    Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to reopen border crossing

    Both the Afghan and Pakistani forces suffered casualties during the clashes that erupted due to the construction of a gate by Pakistan which the Afghan officials called a unilateral move and against a bilateral agreement between the two nations.

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  • La Provincia denuncia a jueces y un empresario santiagueños

    La Provincia denuncia a jueces y un empresario santiagueños

    Se refiere a la existencia de irregularidades en un reclamo del empresario periodístico Luis Manuel Pericás en contra del actual legislador Marcelo Dittinis y del Gobierno de la Provincia de Tucumán por "delitos a establecer". Las mismas fuentes indicaron que en el mismo expediente, los cuestionados y renunciantes magistrados habían ordenado embargos por más de 7 millones de pesos a los fondos de coparticipación de la provincia de Tucumán, que fueron comprobados en distintas cuentas ...

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  • Clinton Unpopularity at New High

    A new poll conducted by ABC News/Washington Post shows Hillary Clinton's unpopularity has reached a new high in her bid for the White House. Those numbers put Clinton on equal footing with Donald Trump, who also faces a daunting favorability deficit.

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