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  • Venturing to Mexico, Trump defends right to build huge wall

    Venturing to Mexico, Trump defends right to build huge wall

    Local media said Trump would fly by helicopter to Los Pinos for the meeting and would later make a statement to the press. "From there, the conversation addressed other issues, and developed in a respectful manner", Pena Nieto wrote. Hardline immigration policies are a key plank of his campaign. But any distance Trump takes from his proposal to deport all estimated 11 million undocumented immigrations via a "deportation force" would mark a major flip-flop on the very issue that drew many ...

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  • Kyle Larson wins first career Sprint Cup race at MI

    Kyle Larson wins first career Sprint Cup race at MI

    Keselowski, who started 18th, led 14 laps Sunday after going off pit strategy early in the race. With Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart fading from prominence and Dale Earnhardt Jr. I've developed a great relationship with Kyle. "We had a lot of work to do after the first third of the race". While Larson is gearing up for his first Chase, McMurray is looking to compete in his second playoff, having qualified for it through points for the first time previous year.

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  • Bolivia convoca a su embajador en Brasil tras impeachment de Rousseff

    Bolivia convoca a su embajador en Brasil tras impeachment de Rousseff

    En la mesa de la dirección del Congreso, Temer fue flanqueado por los presidentes del Senado, Renán Calheiros, de la Cámara de los Diputados, Rodrigo Maia, y de la Corte Suprema, Ricardo Lewandowski, quien dirigió las sesiones del juicio político contra Rousseff en su condición de garante constitucional del proceso.

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  • American University Attacked in Kabul, At Least 15 Slain

    American University Attacked in Kabul, At Least 15 Slain

    Earlier this month one US and one Australian professor working at the American University were kidnapped by gunmen. Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said the attackers were armed with grenades and automatic weapons. The Afghan presidential palace said initial findings by the intelligence services showed that the attack was planned in neighboring Pakistan. A vehicle bomb had exploded outside a school for the blind next door before at least one attacker fired at the university ...

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  • Trump says he and Mexican leader discussed wall, not payment

    Trump says he and Mexican leader discussed wall, not payment

    Trump appears unable to make a decision on what his policy on his signature issue ought to be, an odd place for a candidate 10 weeks before Election Day and a dark harbinger of indecision for a potential president. Trump has promised, if elected, to deport millions of immigrants who are in the United States illegally, force Mexico to build a wall to secure the almost 2,000-mile border and renegotiate the NAFTA trade agreement to make it more favorable to the United States.

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  • Smartphones and wearables galore: previewing IFA 2016

    Smartphones and wearables galore: previewing IFA 2016

    Xperia X Compact is also expected to be packed with a 64 gigabyte internal storage, but a microSD card slot was not mentioned. Held on Sony's booth on the IFA show floor, the event will be hosted by company president and CEO Kazuo Hirai and is expected to feature a range of new smartphones and accessories.

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  • Oficialismo venezolano llama a partidarios a marchar el mismo día que oposición

    Las oligarquías nacionales en asociación con factores internacionales intentan reeditar los lamentables hechos del 11 de abril de 2002, cuando propiciaron un golpe de Estado que generó violencia y muerte de ciudadanos inocentes, con el propósito de desconocer la voluntad del pueblo venezolano que, a través del voto popular, eligió en el año 2013 al Presidente Nicolás Maduro como sucesor del Comandante Eterno Hugo Chávez Frías.

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  • Marco Rubio, Patrick Murphy wage battle of the sixes over debates

    Marco Rubio, Patrick Murphy wage battle of the sixes over debates

    While the Florida primaries winded down on Tuesday night, the race has already grown increasingly contentious, with both candidates lobbing attacks at each other on a host of issues. Here's a guy who has missed more votes than any senator from Florida in almost 50 years. He gigged Rubio for being unwilling to commit to serving out a full six-year term, if re-elected in November.

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  • Corbyn will hold leadership with increased mandate

    The left-wing leader's lead in the poll comes despite Labour's ruling body winning a challenge against a High Court decision allowing new party members to vote in the contest. "There is also a clear need for more online democracy and our manifesto today sets out how Labour would democratise the internet in order to rebuild and transform Britain, so that no one and no community is left behind ".

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  • Maine governor: I don't have 'mental issues'

    Maine governor: I don't have 'mental issues'

    LePage said he was angry because he believed Gattine had called him a racist, something Gattine has repeatedly denied. After LePage said recently that more than 90 percent of drug arrests in his state were "black and Hispanic people from Waterbury, Conn., the Bronx and Brooklyn" - a fact which has since been debunked by news reports - Malloy said the governor "sounded like a racist".

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  • Independent Scotland should have its own currency, avoid euro

    He called for a UK-wide constitutional convention to investigate his proposed changes, which include a United Kingdom senate for the nations of the United Kingdom and the English regions. Ian Murray , Scottish Labour's only MP, said some form of federalism was now the most logical middle way. Similar measures were suggested in July by the cross-party constitution reform group and former Tory cabinet minister Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, who said the United Kingdom should be entirely remodelled on ...

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  • Five killed in Alaska mid-air collision

    Alaska State Troopers said in a statement that rescue workers searching the crash site found no survivors aboard either aircraft, and said an investigation was continuing. Col. Candis Olmstead confirmed to the newspaper that the crash happened around 11 a.m. local time some 60 miles north of the city of Bethel. The National Guard dispatched a Blackhawk helicopter and two flight medics from Bethel around noon to the crash site.

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  • Phoenix sheriff enters primary amid toughest campaign yet

    Phoenix sheriff enters primary amid toughest campaign yet

    Justice Department last week. Arpaio, 84, was expected to win his primary despite a judge's request that criminal contempt charges be brought against him stemming from a 2007 racial profiling case where he was found to have violated the constitutional rights of Latino motorists.

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  • Illinois officials to notify 700 voters of database hack

    The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the attacks were attributed to Russian intelligence services. This gave the hackers administrative privileges to modify voter registration records in the county. It can either be a gesture to sabotage the upcoming elections, or to gather the voter's personal information. The hack shows increasing interest in the United States elections by Russian-based hackers and follows an earlier high-profile hack of Democratic National ...

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  • Trump calls Democrats the party of 'slavery' and 'Jim Crow'

    Trump calls Democrats the party of 'slavery' and 'Jim Crow'

    But On Tuesday night, Trump added to his stump speech by lauding the historical achievements of black Americans and acknowledging that many live normal lives as middle class citizens. (Those numbers are likely to rise by Election Day because they still include undecided voters.) If Trump slips further, these dynamics suggest he could endanger GOP senators in Arizona and Missouri.

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  • Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff impeached

    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff impeached

    The President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, has been removed from office following a long-anticipated vote in the Senate. A subsequent vote to bar Rousseff from holding public office for eight years failed. She was suspended in May. "Putschist is you", he said, referring to Rousseff's accusation that he had led the charge to oust her. The veteran centre-right politician had been the country's acting president since Rousseff's initial suspension in May.

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  • British Backpacker Stabbed In Australia Dies From His Injuries

    Queensland Police has now confirmed it would be upgrading those charges as a result of Mr Jackson's death. "Finally, and most importantly, our hearts go out to Mia and her family and friends at this awful time". " To everyone back home and to everyone here in Australia, there are literally not enough words to thank you for your support and beautifully kind words to my family at this time ".

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  • Australia to widen scope of targets in IS air war

    Australian laws will be overhauled to allow the Defence Force to target more Islamic State (IS) fighters in Iraq and Syria, and to reduce the risk of RAAF aircrews being prosecuted for jihadists they bomb. "Many are expecting further attacks". Home law now provides for the targeting of people playing an active role in hostilities - something Turnbull described as more restrictive than worldwide law.

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  • Clinton speech to stress American leadership in world

    As Donald Trump heads south for a visit with Mexico's president, Hillary Clinton is taking Americans on a trip down memory lane, courtesy of Twitter . Clinton vowed to work with allies to defeat ISIS, protect nuclear arsenals to prevent them from getting into terrorists' hands, honor commitments to veterans and their families, respond to cyber-attacks like any other attack, and end automatic budget cuts that affect the military.

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  • Car of man accused of kidnapping wife found

    State police and South Strabane officers surrounded the barn near where a vehicle owned by the woman and her husband had been found. This, after an all-out police search for the kidnapped wife and her husband throughout the day. The Allegheny County medical examiner's office said Wednesday that it had been "advised of the brain death" of Kevin Ewing, 47, and an autopsy was pending as Ewing remained on a ventilator until a decision about organ donation was made.

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  • Polémica tras encuentro Trump-Peña Nieto por muro fronterizo

    Los mexicanos en la Unión Americana "son gente honesta y trabajadora , son personas de bien , que respetan a la familia, la vida en comunidad y que respetan la ley, y como tal, los mexicanos merecen el respeto de todos ". Las exportaciones de Estados Unidos hacia México son de casi 200 mil millones de dólares al año, y más de seis millones de empleos estadounidenses dependen de las exportaciones a México .

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  • Primary Elections: McCain, Rubio, Wasserman Schultz Win Races

    Primary Elections: McCain, Rubio, Wasserman Schultz Win Races

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz , D-Fla., left, arrives for an event with supporters on primary election night, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, in Sunrise, Fla. Rubio calls Murphy a wealthy man's privileged son, who has lied about his education, work experience and starting a small business.

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  • Donald Trump To Make Immigration Speech in Phoenix

    We checked a claim about North Atlantic Treaty Organisation by Donald Trump in his foreign policy speech in Youngstown, Ohio. The very goal of surrogates is to speak for and back up their presidential nominee. "There's going to be a plan to secure the border, and border security is paramount", said Helen Aguirre Ferre, the Republican National Committee's Hispanic communications director.

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  • Kashmir: 52-Day Long Curfew Relaxed In Parts Of Srinagar And Other…

    Kashmir: 52-Day Long Curfew Relaxed In Parts Of Srinagar And Other…

    Authorities lifted a curfew in most parts of the territory on Monday, but schools, shops and most banks remain shut and mobile internet services are still suspended. Clashes also broke out in Kremshora village of Khansahib area of central kashmir's Budgam district after government forces tried to break up a pro-freedom rally.

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