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  • Brexit: Theresa May to chair Chequers brainstorm

    THERESA May is set to meet with her senior Cabinet ministers to discuss department-by-department Brexit action plans. It will be May's first meeting at her country retreat since she became Prime Minister, with the Mail saying it will mark a sharp escalation in May's efforts to assure restless Eurosceptics in her Conservative party that she was on track to deliver an early exit from the European Union "and will not fob them off with Brexit-lite".

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  • Hackers break into election systems in Illinois, Arizona

    Hackers break into election systems in Illinois, Arizona

    There is a growing concern among United States intelligence officials that hackers, who are sponsored by Russian Federation or other countries, may be launching an attempt to disrupt the upcoming presidential elections. Roberts says there is no evidence that any data within the system was compromised and there was no evidence of malware present in the database. This was followed by similar support for the complex systems that states have in place to protect our elections systems.

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  • Student Banned From Wearing Black Lives Matter Shirt To School Launches Protest

    Even to those who are offended by Black Lives Matter , or the notion that black lives have any value, if a white power T-shirt is acceptable to wear at school, then Havard's shirt should be a nonissue. Chanting "We're fired up, can't take it no more!" the protesters walked off Buckeye Union High School grounds to protest the incident and to raise awareness about threats and intimidation several students have received since the episode on August 23.

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  • Auto bomb attack on Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan

    The Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan was attacked Tuesday morning by a suicide vehicle bomber, in which the lone assailant was killed and five others were wounded besides serious material damage. According to preliminary data, three Kyrgyz employees of the embassy were wounded in the terrorist attack and their injuries were not serious. The Foreign Ministry has launched emergency procedures, and China requires Kyrgyzstan to take immediate and necessary measures to ensure the safety ...

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  • Further proof of Assassin's Creed: Ezio Collection

    Further proof of Assassin's Creed: Ezio Collection

    The image you see at the head of this post comes from French outlet Gameblog . According to a source close to Gameblog France, the three-game collection will display at 1080p and run 30 fps (thanks, AGD ). The pack also includes all previously-released DLC and two animated films based on Ezio , the site says. They're aiming to ship the collection in November.

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  • El procurador no es autoridad electoral — Gaviria

    El procurador no es autoridad electoral — Gaviria

    Ya hay autoridades definidas así que es mejor que él se dedique a sus funciones y no a andar evocando funciones que no tiene". Así mismo, en la misiva el Procurador pidió que el Gobierno se abstenga de hacer campañas respecto al plebiscito o de instar a las instituciones públicas a hacerlo.

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  • No Man's Sky PC player count already depleted by 90%

    Unless you're in the heat of battle. It's not very forgiving and you'll quickly be pulling out your hair because you can't fit any more Plutonium in your bag. I mean the game is literally build around crafting different components to better yourself. You'll need to craft items to make your mining laser more powerful so extracting your precious resources becomes easier.

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  • No EU-US trade deal during Obama presidency, Francois Hollande says

    Hollande added that the positions of some negotiating parties had "not been respected". He told RMC radio that the best approach would be to halt the talks "in order to restart on a good foundation". The European Commission and the Office of the US Trade Representative have been approached for comment. He said British Prime Minister Theresa May had tough decisions to take and that she needed time, but that she could not wait on triggering exit talks.

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  • European Commission finds Apple guilty of tax evasion

    In 2014, Ireland's effective tax rate on that division of Apple was even lower, amounting to $56 per $1.1 million in profits , the commission said. Also, because USA companies get US credits for tax they pay in other countries, the European Union ruling could reduce the amount of money the US government can get from Apple .

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  • Firma del acuerdo de paz será el 26 de septiembre: Mariano Rajoy

    Según Santos , la pregunta "no es retórica" sobre "si los colombianos quieren la paz", sino que resume el título de los acuerdos suscritos en La Habana. Pero Luis Rodriguez, un cultivador de flores de 26 años, dijo que "el acuerdo de paz entre el gobierno y las FARC es bueno para todos nosotros" y que por eso votará por el sí.

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  • Garmin's First 4K Action Camera Takes on GoPro

    Garmin's First 4K Action Camera Takes on GoPro

    The Garmin Virb Ultra 30 can shoot 4K video at 30 frames per second or, if you need extreme slow motion footage, 720p at 240fps. In addition to recording 4K video in real time, the camera can shoot slow-motion video and 4MP still photos, and has a micro SD card slot to help you store it all.

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  • Syria war: USA appreciates 'pause' in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces

    Celik told the Anadolu news agency that "to suggest (Turkey) is on a par with a terrorist organization and suggest there are talks between them, that a deal has been reached between them, this is unacceptable". Several media reports on Tuesday, citing US officials, had said that a cease-fire had been agreed to between Turkey-backed Syrian rebels and PYD/PKK forces.

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  • US headache: Keeping Turkey and Kurds apart

    Turkey said the forces would continue to target YPG if the group did not retreat east of the Euphrates River in Syria. The strikes against the YPG are hugely sensitive as the outfit - seen as a terror group by Ankara - is allied with Turkey's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partner the United States in the fight against IS in Syria.

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  • John McDonnell accuses Labour committee of 'rigged purge' of members

    In a statement released today Draper said , "I believe this flies in the face of natural justice". "The only explanation I have been given is that this is something to do with an unidentified tweet I have posted". "The conduct of this election must be fair and even-handed". Tonight, as the latest hustings between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith took place , McDonnell swung behind Draper and said the suspension "appears to be part of a clear pattern of double standards".

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  • FBI to release report on Hillary Clinton's email investigation

    Government lawyers told U.S. District Court Judge Amit P. Mehta Tuesday that an undetermined number of the emails among the 30 were not included in the 55,000 pages previously provided by Clinton to the State Department. When Bill Clinton told the staff of his global charity he would have to step down if Hillary Clinton won the White House, he was vividly clear about how that felt: Worse than a root canal, he said.

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  • Refugees Rescued by Italian Coastguard in One Day

    Refugees Rescued by Italian Coastguard in One Day

    The twins and their mother were immediately transferred via Medevac for treatment in Italy , according to a tweet from MSF. Italian coastguard Monday indicated that they saved around 6,500 migrants off the Libyan coast in forty operations making Monday the busiest day for rescuers.

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  • Colombia, FARC to ratify deal on September 26 says Spain's Rajoy

    Despite mounting pressure to end eight months of political deadlock, a combination of Socialists, leftwingers from Podemos and regional parties had... If Rajoy loses Wednesday's vote, a second vote will take place on Friday in which delegates can abstain. Rajoy also stressed the importance given by his party to boosting Spain's relations with the United States and Latin America.

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  • Turkey summons U.S. ambassador over criticism on military action in Syria

    On August 24th, Syrian rebels including ethnic Turkmens backed by Turkish forces took control of Jarablus, a border town previously held by Islamic State militants for more than three years. Last week, Turkey sent its troops and warplanes to back Syrian rebels in their advance on Jarablus, a town near the Turkish border and the next IS-stronghold after Manbij.

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  • Iran expresses concern over Turkey's operation in Syria

    Gonul Tol, the Middle East Institute's program director for Turkey, told VOA that the Turkish military incursion complicates Washington's fight against Islamic State. As reported by the Reuters news agency, last week the Turkish-backed forces captured the Syrian frontier town of Jarablus from Islamic State. He said a continued Turkish push would complicate the fight against ISIL.

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  • Evo: Se convocará a Embajador en Brasil si hay golpe

    Evo: Se convocará a Embajador en Brasil si hay golpe

    La reacción del presidente Morales se da horas antes de la votación en el Senado brasileño , previsto para hoy, a las 10:00, que puede destituir definitivamente a Rousseff de la Presidencia de Brasil. "No permitan que nuestro país sufra un golpe parlamentario y que una persona honesta, correcta y recta sea condenada al castigo de la muerte política para evitar que en el futuro alguien tenga que decir, lo siento Dilma Rousseff por lo que la dictadura te hizo y por lo que te hizo la ...

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  • 16 killed in Yemen airstrikes

    16 killed in Yemen airstrikes

    The Houthis captured the Yemeni capital in 2014, prompting a Saudi-led military campaign in support of the ousted government that began in March 2015. The work of rescue teams to find survivors under the rubble was hampered by continuous and intense coalition airstrikes. The Iran-allied Houthi group and supporters of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh are fighting against President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who is supported by an alliance of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia.

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  • Santos llama a consulta sobre acuerdo con FARC

    Santos llama a consulta sobre acuerdo con FARC

    Santos firmó el martes el decreto que convoca a un plebiscito que permitirá a los colombianos avalar o rechazar los acuerdos de paz con la guerrilla de las FARC y en el que se definió la pregunta que estará en la papeleta. " No me he convertido en ningún castrochavista ", sostuvo el jefe de Estado al intervenir en la instalación del XXVIII Congreso Nacional de Exportadores que se inició ayer en Cali (suroeste).

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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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