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  • Air New Zealand's safety video featuring swimsuit model criticised by regulator

    Air New Zealand's safety video featuring swimsuit model criticised by regulator

    In an email obtained by One News the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) criticised the airline for including "extraneous material" in its Surfing Safari safety ad. Titled Safety in Hollywood, the new clip was filmed at four different sets at Warner Brothers and involved more than 20 extras, including a chihuahua that had starred in Transformers and Grey's Anatomy.

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  • Kyrgyz president orders probe into explosion at Chinese embassy

    Kyrgyz president orders probe into explosion at Chinese embassy

    One of the three men who carried out an attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport in June was said to be from Kyrgyzstan . The State Committee for National Security of Kyrgyzstan , an intelligence agency, has initiated a criminal investigation into the attack targeting the Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan capital Bishkek , the press service of the agency said on Tuesday.

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  • Cubs' Kyle Hendricks sneaky good in eyes of Joe Maddon

    Trend to Watch: Many weekend hot takes were born out of Maddon's decision to give the offensively struggling Heyward the weekend off at notorious hitter's park Coors Field before putting him back into the lineup at spacious Petco Park. But Lester struck out Travis Jankowski looking and, after a walk to Alexei Ramirez, struck out Wil Myers with a devastating curveball. "That was the one that really hurt, that two-run homer", Jackson said.

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  • Yemeni rebels: 16 civilians killed in Saudi-led airstrikes

    The coalition intervened in Yemen in March past year and helped government troops push the rebels out of Aden and four other southern provinces. A suicide bomber reportedly drove a auto into a building being used by the Popular Resistance, a local militia supporting Sunni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who is now in exile, witnesses told Reuters .

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  • Apple to Fight $14B European Tax Crackdown

    The European Union says Ireland has given illegal tax benefits worth up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) to Apple Inc. and must now recover the unpaid back taxes from the US technology company, plus interest. Obviously we want to project ourselves in the very best way but I did speak to IDA this morning. The commission's investigation found that Ireland had "artificially reduced Apple's tax burden for over two decades", she said.

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  • Kim Jong-un orders public execution of two senior bureaucrats

    Rival South Korea, which runs several intelligence organisations mainly tasked with spying on North Korea, has a mixed record on reporting developments across the border. Ri Yong-jin is not the first official to be killed by AA guns for falling asleep - past year South Korea's spy agency said it had "credible information" that People's Armed Forces Minister Hyon Yong Chol met the same fate.

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  • Restos de Juan Gabriel fueron incinerados en EE UU

    En tanto, la familia a dado gracias por el apoyo y las bendiciones que cientos de admiradores les han mandado pero piden respetar su privacidad y tiempo para llorar su pérdida. Salas e Iván Aguilera viven en el condado de Broward, donde poseen un rancho, una amplia propiedad que tiene al menos tres casas. "Siempre dijo que cuando se muriera no quería que su funeral fuera un circo".

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  • 'Real Housewives' star Jacqueline Laurita is a grandmom

    'Real Housewives' star Jacqueline Laurita is a grandmom

    She has appeared on all seven seasons of Real Housewives of New Jersey, which airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET. Holmes' fiancé, Peter Malleo, posted a photo with his newborn, writing, "Today was the best day of my life". I keep saying my tubes are cut, tied, and burnt, so I'm using her uterus now. "During those strong-willed teen years to now, I feel like we've come such a long way".

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  • British Prime Minister Theresa May Gathers Team to Discuss EU Exit

    An entire government department on Britain's European exit - nicknamed Department X - is being created from scratch, and hundreds of additional experts are needed to handle trade negotiations, a task which until now was handled by the EU. Brexit will dominate a special Cabinet away day at Chequers as Theresa May and her ministers meet for the first time since their summer break. Owen Smith , the leadership candidate for Labour who has sought to make the European Union a dividing line ...

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  • North Korea executes top education official

    Both were publicly executed earlier this month "on a special order from Kim Jong-Un" at a military academy in Pyongyang , the source said. Vice premier Kim Yong Jin was executed for not keeping his posture upright at a public event, a South Korean government official later told Reuters.

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  • Russia says it killed IS spokesman al-Adnani in Syria strike

    Adnani was a Syrian from Binish in Idlib, southwest of Aleppo , who pledged allegiance to Islamic State's predecessor, al Qaeda, more than a decade ago and was once imprisoned by USA forces in Iraq, according to the Brookings Institution. Advances by Iraq's army and allied militia toward Islamic State's most important possession of Mosul have put the group under new pressure at a moment when a USA -backed coalition has cut its Syrian holdings off from the Turkish border.

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  • Russian Federation says it killed IS spokesman al-Adnani in Syria strike

    Russian Federation says it killed IS spokesman al-Adnani in Syria strike

    Islamic State spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, one of the jihadist group's longest-serving and most prominent leaders, has been killed in Aleppo in Syria . Adnani had joined the group under its founder Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Adnani is a Syrian from Idlib, southwest of Aleppo. Terror organizations from Hezbollah to Islamic State tend to be well-prepared to weather leadership changes, even in senior ranks.

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  • Trump's indecision on his signature policy highlights the weaknesses of his campaign

    Trump's indecision on his signature policy highlights the weaknesses of his campaign

    Mr Trump's signature campaign promise has been to build a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico, and he repeated that pledge in a Tuesday tweet . Trump replied to those who wish to deport every undocumented person by saying he plans to deport undocumented who have a criminal record; "on that, we agree on", he repeated, which gave the impression that he does not agree with deporting everybody.

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  • Delhi court asks Kejriwal to appear on December 24

    Delhi court asks Kejriwal to appear on December 24

    In a statement to ANI, Arvind Kejriwal said that Minister of Child Welfare and Social Justice Sandeep Kumar has been removed from the cabinet. Sources said the CD contained some wrongdoings by Kumar and Kejriwal did not approve of it. "3 of 6 Ministers in AAP Govt caught for: 1.FakeDegree 2.Corruption 3MoralTurpitude". He further said that the party can not tolerate any kind of such illicit activities.

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  • Singer Chris Brown arrested for 'pointing gun at woman'

    Celebrity news site TMZ , who claim to have broke the story, say that police have retrieved a duffel bag thrown out of a window of his home containing drugs and a gun. The singer has been in repeated legal trouble since his felony conviction in the 2009 assault of his then-girlfriend, Rihanna. Brown hid in his house where he posted an Instagram video to deny the claims.

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  • Marco Rubio wins Republican Sen. Nomination

    Marco Rubio wins Republican Sen. Nomination

    Mr. Canova raised $3.3 million in mostly small-dollar donations from supporters of Mr. Sanders' presidential campaign who were aggrieved over Ms. Wasserman Schultz's handling of the presidential race in her former role. Tuesday's primary will also set the stage for several U.S. House races in a year that Democrats are hoping to gain seats in the heavily Republican delegation.

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  • IOS 10 Release & Time: 5 Things to Expect & 4 Things Not To

    IOS 10 Release & Time: 5 Things to Expect & 4 Things Not To

    He was able to test apps for sending mobile payments, image search and messaging, but Siri will also support ride booking apps like Uber, VoIP calling apps like Skype, and workout apps. In most of these demos, Siri carried out the task without opening the app itself. Unfortunately not all apps with work with Siri straight away, but Apple says it is working on expanding third-party integration.

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  • Colombia Pushes for Quick Vote on Peace Deal with FARC

    De la Calle told a news conference Thursday that he's not yet sure when the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia will formally sign the deal to end more than a half-century of conflict. The brutal conflict has killed more than 220,000 people and displaced millions. Both the White House and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton congratulated Colombia on the deal and promised US support for implementing it.

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  • Navy Destroyer 'Harassed' by Iranian Speedboats, US Official Says

    Navy Destroyer 'Harassed' by Iranian Speedboats, US Official Says

    The U.S. defense official said that in Tuesday's incident the USS Nitze tried to communicate with the Iranian vessels 12 times, but received no response. Iran has threatened to "confront" any U.S. ships in the area. The U.S. Navy called the move, "unsafe and unprofessional". The sailors were released soon after.

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  • Santos anuncia pregunta del plebiscito del 2 de octubre

    El presidente Juan Manuel Santos firma la convocatoria del plebiscito en compañía del gabinete ministerial y los presidentes de la Cámara de Representantes y Senado . "Están dadas las condiciones para que los colombianos voten libremente y ojalá sea por el 'Sí', para comenzar una nueva era, la era de la paz", señaló.

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  • Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff has been impeached

    During the session she will respond to accusations that she damaged Brazils economy through illegal budget manipulations. Rousseff strongly defended her administration did not violate the Fiscal Responsibility Law-the basis by which the motion for impeachment was presented-and thus tried to cast the entire process as an undemocratic overture of conservative forces opposed to her agenda, creating a unsafe precedent for Brazil's presidential democracy.

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  • Former Gov. Quinn unveils redistricting reform plan

    Pat Quinn speaks with the media in Chicago . "Today's court decision to deny Illinoisans the right to vote on a redistricting referendum does nothing to stem the outflow or change people's views of how the system is rigged and corrupt", Rauner said in a statement.

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  • Israel plans new homes in West Bank settlements

    Israel plans new homes in West Bank settlements

    A Civil Administration planning committee gave the go-ahead for the construction of a 234-unit nursing home in Elkana, 30 houses in Beit Arye and 20 dwellings in Givat Zeev, according to Peace Now, an Israeli group that monitors and opposes settlement-building.

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  • IS spokesman 'killed in Aleppo'

    In a statement, the Defense Ministry said its intelligence had confirmed that a Russian airstrike in Aleppo province had killed 40 IS militants, including the group's spokesman. Such U.S. assessments often take days and often lag behind official announcements by militant groups. Born Taha Sobhi Falaha, Adnani was among a core group of IS operatives who could claim direct ties to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian extremist who launched the organization then known as al-Qaida in Iraq after ...

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  • SC pastor, Trump supporter tweets cartoon of Clinton in blackface

    Jackson. A vote for Donald Trump will not hurt you; a vote for Donald Trump may even help you. For those holding office, elected by the citizens of this state, maybe you shouldn't be anxious about Donald Trump. Get free real-time news alerts from the Across America Patch. She's pointing to the need to fully integrate mental health services into the nation's health care system.

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