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  • Trump's Campaign Chief Called Female College Graduates

    Trump's Campaign Chief Called Female College Graduates "A Bunch Of Dykes"

    Just before those comments, Bannon praised female leaders, referencing Ann Coulter and Michele Bachman and saying, "the women that would lead this country would be pro-family, they would have husbands, they would love their children". Bannon once worked as a consultant at Biosphere 2, a research facility in Arizona which built closed ecological systems to explore the possibility of supporting life in space.

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  • Tropical weather system spares North Carolina's Outer Banks

    A hurricane hunter aircraft will be flying into the storm later today and if tropical storm force winds are found, it will be upgraded to a tropical storm and named. In nearby Frisco, whipped-up waves attracted out-of-town surfers. Storm total rainfall amounts of 5 to 10 inches are possible over portions of central and northern Florida through Friday , with isolated maximum amounts of 15 inches possible.

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  • Kerry urges Pak to push harder against extremists

    Kerry urges Pak to push harder against extremists

    On the issue of terrorism, he continued to push Pakistan to act against the menace. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, after holding the 2nd Indo-US Strategic and Commercial Dialogue with US Secretary of State John Kerry, said the two countries agreed on additional measures to strengthen counter-Terrorismcooperation.

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  • Protected Marine Area Near Hawaii Is Now Twice The Size Of Texas

    Protected Marine Area Near Hawaii Is Now Twice The Size Of Texas

    The White House announced on Friday (26 August) that US President Barack Obama will be increasing the size of the Hawaii marine reserve four-fold - making it the largest protected area in the world. The move was heralded by Native Hawaiians-who use those waters for ancient cultural traditions and consider them as sacred in creation stories and myths-and conservationists.

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  • Saudi Arabia says Houthis will not be allowed to take over Yemen

    Saudi Arabia says Houthis will not be allowed to take over Yemen

    The war pits the Iran-allied Houthi group and supporters of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh against President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who is supported by an alliance of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia. A day earlier, McGoldrick called for the reopening of the airport and the resumption of commercial flights into Sanaa, which fell to the Houthis in September 2014.

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  • Monsoon rains, terrorism ad lib snag Kerry in South Asia

    Monsoon rains, terrorism ad lib snag Kerry in South Asia

    On the issue of tackling terrorism in the region, Kerry it is "clear" that Pakistan has a lot of work to do "in order to push harder against its indigenous groups that are engaged in terrorist activities". Kerry will be meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence later in the day. SHEKHAR YADAV The US Secretary of State fell short of mentioning Pakistan in his statement, but in reply to a question, he made it clear that it will not make any distinction between "good and bad ...

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  • Duterte: Obama must understand problem first before talking on human rights

    When asked by reporters about the prospects of meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin in Laos, Duterte said he wanted that. Police data released on Tuesday showed that the number of drug-related killings since Duterte took office now stands at around 2,000, almost half of them in police operations and the rest in shootings by unidentified gunmen.

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  • Brexit is a moment of opportunity, Theresa May tells Cabinet

    Brexit is a moment of opportunity, Theresa May tells Cabinet

    Mrs May repeated her mantra that "Brexit means Brexit", adding: "That means there must be no attempts to remain inside the European Union, no attempts to rejoin it through the back door, and no second referendum". It has been claimed she intends to "bang a few heads together" to halt feuding between the so-called "Three Brexiteers": Liam Fox , David Davis and Boris Johnson.

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  • UN Welcomes France's Court Decision to Overturn Burkini Ban

    The local bans have become a subject of controversy as images online circulate of Muslim women being ordered to remove clothing French Riviera beaches. But he said of the burkini ban: "It's frankly a stupid reaction to what we are. facing, in terms of terrorist attacks". "These decrees do not improve the security situation but rather fuel religious intolerance and the stigmatisation of Muslims in France, especially women", Colville said.

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  • UN urges France to repeal burkini bans

    For breaking the burkini ban, one will face fines of $42, the mayor of the French city of Cannes has said. "Gender equality can not be achieved by restricting individual freedoms including by policing what individual women choose to wear", concluded the statement.

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  • Daesh says its top spokesman killed in Syria

    Daesh says its top spokesman killed in Syria

    A USA defense official told Reuters the United States targeted Adnani in a strike but stopped short of confirming his death. Turkish air forces have been operating in the area, and the United States has been providing intelligence on targets to Turkey under a program called "Nomad Shadow", the military intelligence official said.

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  • North Korea executes top official, South Korea says

    A ministry official speaking on the condition of anonymity said Wednesday the 63-year-old vice premier was arrested after he was seen sitting in a chair "with a bad attitude" during a June 29 parliamentary meeting presided over by North Korean leader Kim.

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  • All The Hitman Episodes Will Be Released on a Disc Next Year

    All The Hitman Episodes Will Be Released on a Disc Next Year

    The price will be $60 for consoles and $50 on PC. It contains all Season One locations, updates and episodes from the Prologue, France and Italy to Morocco, Thailand, USA and Japan. All Escalation Contacts, Challenges, etc. will be included with Elusive Targets added after January 31st. The Blood Money Pack was originally released as a digital pre-order bonus, but will be available to purchase digitally on January 31.

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  • Clinton Foundation will not accept foreign donations if Hillary wins election

    She promised that her family's charities would name all their donors on an annual basis and seek clearance from the U.S. State Department before accepting new donations from foreign government money. A spokesman for Clinton's campaign declined to answer questions about the foundation. "The CHAI Board will be meeting soon to determine its next steps".

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  • California goes after companies boycotting Israel

    California goes after companies boycotting Israel

    AB 2844 requires any company that accepts a state government contract of $100,000 or more to certify that it's not in violation of California civil rights law - which, said the Assembly members who wrote the bill, would include companies involved in an worldwide Israeli boycott.

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  • ME governor, a Trump supporter, draws flack for his racist rhetoric

    Sen. Thomas McGee of Lynn, chair of the state Democratic Party, called LePage's comments Monday at a conference in Boston "outrageous" and offensive to residents of MA. And LePage critics were briefly excited Tuesday morning by the news that he was considering resignation. "I think Governor LePage is going to do a lot to move the needle in the election, both at the presidential level as well as with local races", she says.

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  • European Union ruling on Apple unfair: White House

    Cook said Apple, the world's most valuable company, was now in the "unusual position" of being asked to pay taxes to a government that says they are not due. Already, companies such as Starbucks Corp has been ordered to pay up to 30 million euros ($33 million) to the Dutch state, while Amazon .com Inc and McDonald's Corp are also under investigation by the Commission, the EU's executive arm.

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  • Savannah Likely to be Impacted by a Tropical Storm

    A north-northeastward motion at a faster forward speed is expected to begin Wednesday, and a turn toward the northeast is forecast Wednesday night. The official forecast from the National Hurricane Center shows a strong tropical storm making landfall with tropical storm warnings issued from the Anclote River to the Walton/Bay County line, and hurricane watches posted from the Anclote River to Indian Pass.

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  • Gabon's president wins re-election, provisional results show

    Ping and his supporters were claiming earlier that they received close to 60 percent of the vote in eight out of the nine provinces for which they had data. It was also claimed that President Bongo took 96 percent of the vote in Haut Ogooue. In other words, Bongo would win by a tiny margin of just 5,594 votes.

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  • Top Turkish official: no deal with Syrian Kurds

    USA officials urged both Turkey and the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) to focus on fighting the Daesh, not one another. Turkey's aim was to drive Islamic State out of a 90 km (56 miles) stretch of Syrian territory running along the border, Kalin said.

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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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