• Body Found In Search For Teenager Missing In River Thames

    Body Found In Search For Teenager Missing In River Thames

    The teenager was spotted in the Thames near Sunbury Lock in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, around 2.20pm this afternoon. A police helicopter was also seen scaling the area above. Sadly they recovered a body from the river just over two hours later at 4.40pm. Although the victim has yet to be formally identified the next-of-kin have been informed.

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  • Google Fiber Is Rethinking Its Strategy

    Google Fiber Is Rethinking Its Strategy

    Sources familiar with Google Fiber say many of these reports have been overblown or incorrect, though the company is trying to make operations more efficient while taking stock of wireless alternatives after its acquisition of wireless broadband provider Webpass.

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  • Uzbek president in intensive care, his condition stable

    The youngest daughter of Uzbek President Islam Karimov, Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, has thanked her fellow citizens for showing their support in her father's struggle to overcome his serious illness, TASS reports. "They have gained massive wealth under Karimov". The reported arrest of the once-untouchable Gulnara Karimova, 44, came after a war of words played out in the worldwide media during which she accused her mother and younger sister of sorcery, and assailed the country's security chief ...

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  • Bosch Water Injection Designed to Cut Fuel Consumption and Carbon Emissions

    Bosch Water Injection Designed to Cut Fuel Consumption and Carbon Emissions

    That can definitely happen, but if it's wielded in the right way, water injection can actually confer a number of benefits. The result is faster ignition times and thus improved engine power. Her colleague, Martin Frohnmaier, who is the project's lead, added that BMW's co-operation was highly beneficial to overall development. While volumes can vary depending on each model and space available, Bosch says in most cases the tank will only need to be refilled every 1800 miles on average.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn's Virgin Trains PR Stunt Has Backfired Comically

    Later in the journey, seats became available after a family were upgraded to first class, and Jeremy and the team he was travelling with were offered seats by a very helpful member of staff'. While Corbyn is a "principled Labour man" whose ideas have brought hope to many, Khan said that his year in charge had shown he was not up to the job and would be extremely unlikely to lead the party back to power.

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  • Uzbek leader recovering from brain haemorrhage, says daughter

    Uzbek leader recovering from brain haemorrhage, says daughter

    The government announced Sunday that the 78-year-old Karimov had been hospitalized and his daughter said Monday that he had suffered a brain hemorrhage. Had a senior official been allotted the task, the choice of speaker may have identified a likely successor. State television ran its regular entertainment programming including feature films and quiz shows and the streets of the capital on Wednesday were peaceful with no signs of increased security presence.

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  • Death toll in Monday's IS bomb attack in Yemen rises to 72

    ISIS's self-styled news agency Amaq said the group had carried out the attack . Aden is temporary capital of Yemen's Gulf-backed government and has been the target of jihadists attacks. "It's a massacre. This is the highest death toll in any attack that happened in Aden before", Hakim Almasmari, editor-in-chief of Yemen Post newspaper, told Al Jazeera .

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  • Condenan legisladores la reunión Peña-Trump

    Condenan legisladores la reunión Peña-Trump

    La oficina de Peña Nieto dijo que el mandatario ha invitado a Trump y a la nominada demócrata Hillary Clinton para conversaciones sobre la relación entre dos países vecinos. Desde que lanzó su campaña, Trump ha sostenido un virulento discurso contra la migración y su visita a México se producirá el mismo día en que celebrará un mitin en Arizona en el que se anticipa una nueva arremetida contra ellos.

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  • Trump's numbers improve, Clinton's worsen in Wisconsin

    Bush in July 1992, according to the ABC News/Washington Post survey released Wednesday. "The open question is whether they can motivate their potential supporters to show up to vote - either for them, or, as may be more likely, against their unpopular opponent".

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  • UN Security Council Debates Sanctions on Syria for Chemical Weapons Use

    UN Security Council Debates Sanctions on Syria for Chemical Weapons Use

    Council members met to discuss the findings of an worldwide team of inspectors that determined that both the Syrian government and Islamic State militants were responsible for chemical attacks carried out in 2014 and 2015. "It contains no names, it contains no specifics". British Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said the council will be "looking at the imposition of sanctions and some form of accountability within global legal mechanisms".

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  • Teenager killed in fresh Kashmir violence

    Teenager killed in fresh Kashmir violence

    Private transport moved on uptown city roads, but main markets, public transport and educational institutions remained closed for 54th consecutive day. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister said she was happy the central government was reaching out to all stakeholders to restore peace in the troubled state.

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  • Brazil's Dilma Rousseff faces judgment day in Senate

    Brazil's Dilma Rousseff faces judgment day in Senate

    The 81 senators will cast their votes after another long round of speeches on Tuesday, expected to last up to 15 hours. However, huge anti-Rousseff street demonstrations over the a year ago have reflected nationwide anger at her management of a country suffering double-digit unemployment and inflation.

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  • Storm Lester becomes a hurricane in the Pacific - US monitor

    Storm Lester becomes a hurricane in the Pacific - US monitor

    A second disturbance is being tracked in the north-central Gulf of Mexico, but it has little chance of forming into a tropical cyclone before it reaches the coast of Texas over the weekend. Should the storm become organized, it could become a tropical depression or Tropical Storm Hermine. It was located 950 miles west-southwest of the Mexican peninsula of Baja California, and moving westward at five miles per hour.

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  • North Korea's Kim Jong Un Executes Officials With Anti-Air Gun

    Ri, according to the source , "incurred the wrath of Kim after he dozed off during a meeting presided over by Kim". Kim Yong Chol, the influential head of the North's United Front Department which handles inter-Korean relations, was made to undergo "revolutionary measures", Jeong Joon-hee added.

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  • US ready to offer any assistance to Turkey after coup attempt: Biden

    Turkish officials, including President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have repeatedly called on the swiftly extradite Gulen, who lives in Pennsylvania in self-imposed exile. "The first [matter] is the Turkish request for the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, who is widely believed to be the hand behind the failed coup attempt".

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  • Turkey set to make coup-related request for Gulen's extradition next week

    Turkey set to make coup-related request for Gulen's extradition next week

    A senior U.S. official said on Wednesday that Turkey had submitted four extradition requests for Gulen but offered no evidence tying him to last month's failed coup. Erdoğan used Facetime during the coup attempt, filming from an unknown location, telling Turks to get into the streets and oppose the coup. Toner also refused to say whether or not the formal request meant that the United States had started Gulen's extradition process.

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  • United Nations chief urges quiet until Gabon presidential vote results

    United Nations chief urges quiet until Gabon presidential vote results

    Interior minister Pacome Moubelet Boubeya has insisted that only results from the election commission cleared by his ministry had any validity. Gabon's presidential election "lacked transparency", the head of the 73-strong European Union electoral monitoring team in the country said on Monday, a day before the official results were due out.

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  • Microsoft sells MSN China operations

    Microsoft sells MSN China operations

    In May of this year, Microsoft officials said Microsoft planned to shutter the company's MSN China portal, and that MSN China would cease operations on June 7. In a statement, the company said that it would continue to invest in China despite the roadblocks it faced from its MSN portal there. "We will continue our "notice-and-takedown" approach for removing prohibited content on hosted consumer services, and the new form aims to improve the quality and speed of our reviews", Jacqueline ...

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  • Hackers Breach Election Systems in IL and Arizona

    Hackers Breach Election Systems in IL and Arizona

    In this case, it seems to have allowed the hackers to steal 200,000 voter records from the IL board of elections, and to cause the IL board to close registration for ten days. Some experts, along with Democrat Hillary Clinton's campaign, believe that Russian Federation was behind the embarrassing email hack of the Democratic National Committee right before its national convention last month.

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  • Two Brothers Charged with Alleged Murder of Dwyane Wade's Cousin Nykea Aldridge

    Two Brothers Charged with Alleged Murder of Dwyane Wade's Cousin Nykea Aldridge

    Aldridge was hit when the suspects opened fire at the intended target, a driver of a auto who told authorities he worked for Uber and was dropping off passengers. The Bulls guard and his mother, pastor Jolina Wade, took part Thursday in a forum on gun violence hosted by ESPN. Fifty-seven people where shot and wounded and 10 were killed as another weekend came and went in gun-controlled Chicago .

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  • Mason City firefighters to hold annual Fill the Boot campaign

    Mason City firefighters to hold annual Fill the Boot campaign

    IAFF support for MDA began in 1954 when the organization committed by proclamation to support MDA until a cure is found, and the organization's unwavering commitment to MDA has remained steadfast. Moore said motorists can expect to see firefighters holding boots from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Friday at US 63 and Holder Drive. "Please remember our firefighters will be on the road and slow down in these areas", Follin said.

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  • Philippines President threatens to quit United Nations over drug dealer killings

    Philippines Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay on Monday said his country was not pulling out of the United Nations. The Philippine National Police has said more than 800 cases of drug-related deaths are under investigation. Duterte frequently peppers his public comments with swear words-he has also called Pope Francis and the U.S. ambassador to Manila sons of whores-and days after his election win used typical language to criticize the UN.

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  • Kremlin says reports that Uzbek President is dead not confirmed

    Uzbekistan's veteran president, Islam Karimov, who suffered a brain haemorrhage at the weekend according to his daughter, failed to deliver his traditional Independence Day address for the first time in 25 years on Wednesday. A year later, he became President of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic. The 79-year-old strongman had been running the Uzbek republic since its independence in 1989 with an iron fist.

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  • Wasim lambastes team's performance in ODIs against England

    But the England management talk highly of the energy and edge he gives the side - an edge they felt was badly missed when the Test team were defeated by Pakistan at The Oval recently - and see him as a key player at both the Champions Trophy in 2017 and the World Cup of 2019.

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  • Uzbekistan's president suffers brain hemorrhage

    In the evening, a source close to Uzbekistan's leadership refuted reports of some foreign media outlets that Karimov had died in the hospital. The daughter of Uzbek President Islam Karimov wrote on her Instagram account that her father was hospitalized with a brain hemorrhage.

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  • Active Shooter Alarm Causes Travel Nightmare at LAX

    Operations were returning to normal Monday, but major flight delays were reported. Terrified passengers dropped their bags and escaped through emergency exits and ran on to the tarmac while others attempted to flee up luggage chutes on Sunday night as police with guns drawn swarmed the massive, multi-terminal airport.

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  • US assures to provide finances to India for renewable energy

    Stepping up cooperation on counter-terrorism, India and USA today agreed on a joint cyber framework and intensify intelligence sharing in combating terror and violent extremism. "It is well known that the Haqqani network and others operated out of the western part of the country". But a flare-up in violence in Kashmir meant that India's arch-rival Pakistan featured prominently in talks between Kerry and his counterpart, Sushma Swaraj.

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  • Rousseff defiant in defence against impeachment

    Rousseff defiant in defence against impeachment

    Rousseff denied charges of breaking budgetary rules and denounced the nine-month impeachment process that has paralysed Brazilian politics and exacerbated the recession in Latin America's largest economy. " 'Now I am afraid for the death of democracy'". On Monday, embattled President Dilma Rousseff is due to make an appearance in front of lawmakers to argue her case.

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  • Sí hubo plagio, pero nada podemos hacer contra Peña: UP

    Sí hubo plagio, pero nada podemos hacer contra Peña: UP

    La universidad sugirió que las reglas se han vuelto más estrictas desde entonces, pero subrayó: "el Reglamento General de nuestra institución no es aplicable a exalumnos", por lo que "estamos frente a un acto consumado sobre el que es imposible proceder en ningún sentido ".

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