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  • Bloque de la Patria de la AN condena golpe parlamentario en Brasil

    Bloque de la Patria de la AN condena golpe parlamentario en Brasil

    Temer , confirmado en el cargo tras el juicio en que 61 senadores votaron a favor de la destitución de Rousseff y 20 en contra, calificó la decisión del Congreso como totalmente "democrática y transparente", y dijo que el actual momento es de "esperanza y de recuperación de la confianza en Brasil ".

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  • GOP senator calls on FBI to loosen hold on Clinton documents

    GOP senator calls on FBI to loosen hold on Clinton documents

    The State Department revealed the Federal Bureau of Investigation had uncovered 14,900 emails that were deleted by Clinton. "Using broad search terms, we have identified approximately 30 documents potentially responsive to a Benghazi-related request", State Department spokesman John Kirby said in a statement, according to The Hill .

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  • First U.S. - Cuba Commercial Flight Lands in Santa Clara

    The last regular commercial flight between the two countries took place in 1961, when air links fell victim to the Cold War. U.S. Transport Secretary Anthony Foxx was on board the plane. "Travel. will build bridges between our people, and bring more revenue to those Cuban small businesses", said President Barack Obama on his historic trip to Cuba in March, which was part of sweeping changes the White House has introduced over the last two years to restore relations between the two countries.

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  • Mineros a la cárcel por asesinato de autoridad

    Dorado ordenó que Mamani, Carlos Castro , René Cochi , Silvestre Flores y Roberto Durán fueran recluidos en la cárcel de máxima seguridad de Chonchocoro , a 20 kilómetros de La Paz, y que Julián Pinto fuera internado en la penitenciaría de Patacamaya , a 100 kilómetros de la capital.

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  • Gabon's President Bongo re-elected, parliament set on fire

    Jean Ping along with many other Gabonese people took to social media to react to the violence and accused the government of manipulating the poll results. Violence has swept the capital Libreville since President Ali Bongo was declared the victor of polls by a slim margin over Ping, a veteran diplomat and former top African Union official.

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  • IPhone Users Sue Apple Over "Touch Disease" Malfunction

    It sounds like Apple is now ready to give it an upgrade, with reports suggesting that new models will keep the same design but add in faster internals and Global Positioning System, which would be handy for running. The iPhone 6S measures 138.1 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm. Add to it space required for storing media from Apple Music and most users are forced to either go for the more expensive 64GB variant or to use online backup services to keep their data.

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  • Gabon demonstrators protesting election result clash with police

    Gabon demonstrators protesting election result clash with police

    Official results are expected to be announced later Wednesday after a meeting of the Cenap electoral commission, which had initially been scheduled to publish final figures a day earlier. The disputed province, Haut Ogooué, reported a turnout of 99.9% and Bongo won by 95% of the votes there. Commission delegates representing the opposition walked out of the vote count and declined to sign papers endorsing Bongo's victory, said a BBC reporter in Libreville .

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  • Top North Korean official executed for 'bad sitting posture'

    Top North Korean official executed for 'bad sitting posture'

    At a news briefing, spokesman for the South's Unification Ministry Jeong Joon-hee said that the South Korean government confirmed Yong-jin's execution through several ways, though he didn't explain how. One of the disciplined officials - Kim Yong Chol, who was in charge of inter-Korean affairs - will be sent to work at a collective farm for an unspecified time period.

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  • Indian authorities lift curfew in most of Kashmir region

    Indian authorities lift curfew in most of Kashmir region

    Meanwhile, in a fresh bid to reach out to people of the valley, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said " Ekta " (unity) and "Mamata" (love) are the basic mantras for addressing Kashmir problem even as he slammed those pushing "innocent" children to violence, saying they will have to answer them some day.

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  • Russian Hackers Breached Arizona Election Network

    The bulletin does not identify the states, but sources familiar with the document say it refers to the targeting by suspected foreign hackers of voter registration databases in Arizona and IL. Those hackers who are believed to be Russian attacked even the computer systems of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Republican Party organizations.

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  • Heavy Rain & Windy Conditions Likely for Coastal North Carolina by Friday

    Heavy rain is now expected more inland and not confined to coastal areas. As many as 10 inches of rain could soak central and north Florida through Friday and some isolated parts could see as many as 15 inches. Tornadoes are also possible late tonight into Thursday morning, mainly across central Florida . Florida Governor Rick Scott has issued a state of emergency for 42 counties as Tropical Storm Hermine prepares to make landfall.

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  • Clinton critiques Trump's Mexico visit

    Clinton critiques Trump's Mexico visit

    Democrat Hillary Clinton leads Republican Donald Trump 52% to 34% in the state of NY, with Libertarian Gov. Gary Johnson at 8% and Green Party Jill Stein at 3%. "This is unprecedented", said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute. Clinton led by double-digit margins on most issues, but the closest split - 9 percentage points - was on the fate of the Obama health care law.

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  • Kaine says Trump can't change immigration stance

    Kaine says Trump can't change immigration stance

    The announcement Sunday came after Trump said in a tweet late Friday afternoon that he'll be in Phoenix on Wednesday. "I've answered that many times". Trump's website calls for tripling the number of Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, rather than creating a new force. But if he goes too far, he risks angering the Republican Party base that precisely embraced him because of his hardline stance on illegal immigration as well as upending his carefully wrought image as a ...

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  • Linda Burney gives empowering maiden speech in Parliament

    Linda Burney gives empowering maiden speech in Parliament

    The cloak shows Ms Burney's clan totem, the goanna, and her personal totem, the white cockatoo, which she admits is "very noisy". The first Indigenous woman elected to the House of Representatives, Linda Burney, has slammed calls for the watering down of the Racial Discrimination Act during her maiden speech.

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  • Bolivia: Gobierno cita a periodista que difundió el video del viceministro asesinado

    En un programa difundido este martes a través de Periscope desde Argentina, Valverde descartó acudir a declarar si es que la Fiscalía lo convoca porque, según dijo, no le "corresponde" hacerlo . Según la Fiscalía de La Paz el funcionario fue torturado de seis a siete horas y murió por múltiples lesiones, sobre todo por un fuerte golpe en la nuca propinado, al parecer con una piedra.

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  • PMB Departs For Kenya To Attend TICAD Summit

    PMB Departs For Kenya To Attend TICAD Summit

    Those on the president's entourage are the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geofffrey Onyeama; Minister of Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelemah; Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udoma Udu-Udoma and the Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole.

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  • Victorian father still missing

    Victorian father still missing

    Mitchell was the first to abandon the family holiday at Kelso, in Bathurst, on Tuesday. Police are searching in Wangaratta for Mark Tromp, 51, and his wife Coby Tromp, 53. "They were a bit paranoid". "I just really want my dad to be found. he's not unsafe; he's my mate, he's my father [and] I love him". "We knew the family was traumatised by something, but we didn't know what", he said.

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  • Donald Trump to visit black church, tape TV interview in Detroit

    Such plans nearly always come with preconditions an immigrant must meet to earn legal status or, in plans supported by more liberal lawmakers, citizenship. During a Fox News town hall, the man who won the primary based upon a promise of mass deportation suggested that he now favors a path to legal status for the "good ones".

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  • Man who allegedly kidnapped wife now brain dead

    Man who allegedly kidnapped wife now brain dead

    There was no word about whether officers also had found her husband, Kevin. This undated driver's license photo provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation shows Tierne Ewing of West Finley Township, Pa. Ewing, who the New York Daily News mentioned had treated his wife in a sadistic manner, was then taken into custody by the police at approximately 11 p.m.

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  • Russian Federation claims credit for killing Daesh spokesman in Syria

    Adnani was well-known for ordering operatives to attack countries participating in the coalition against ISIS . Al-Adnani was in charge of overseas operations, including the sensational attacks in Europe over the past year. Al-Adnani was a legacy AQI member, a Shura council member, and the most publicly recognizable official in ISIL", the official said. In late June 2014, al-Adnani formally announced the formation of a caliphate, or Islamic state, stretching across parts of Syria and Iraq, ...

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  • Trump promises Mexico will pay for wall at Ariz. rally

    And he committed to maintaining that relationship no matter the outcome of November's election. "Cooperation toward achieving this shared objective - and it will be shared - of safety for all citizens is paramount to both the United States and to Mexico".

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  • Clinton lead over Trump reduced to two per cent

    Clinton lead over Trump reduced to two per cent

    The former secretary of state was referring to Trump calling Mexican immigrants "rapists" when he entered the presidential race, and his continued call to build a border fence between the two countries. Clinton's rising unpopularity appears to reflect damage done by controversy surrounding her use of a private email server and alleged conflicts with Clinton Foundation fundraising during her term as secretary of State.

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  • Michel Temer rinde protesta como nuevo presidente de Brasil

    Rousseff fue suspendida de su cargo el 12 de mayo luego que el Senado decidiera juzgarla por presunta manipulación de las cuentas públicas en 2014, año de su reelección, y a inicios de 2015. Nuevo presidente . Michel Temer , de 75 años, que ya asumió la presidencia , aseguró abrir una "nueva era" durante el periodo que le queda por completar hasta 2018.

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  • Five arrested after attack on Belgium crime lab

    Five arrested after attack on Belgium crime lab

    Van Wymersch said there were no indications that the fire was an act of terrorism, however officials are investigating all possible motives. Prosecutor's spokeswoman Ine Van Wymersch said a auto broke through the institute's fence at about 2 a.m.

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  • Husband thought storage locker where infant remains found was for furniture

    Husband thought storage locker where infant remains found was for furniture

    Prosecutors have closed their case at the Andrea Giesbrecht trial. Andrea Giesbrecht is accused of hiding the remains of six infants in a U-Haul storage locker on McPhillips St. The trial resumed Monday, but could not pick up where it left off because Jeremy Giesbrecht had not retained a lawyer to advise him on his rights and the question of spousal privilege.

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine forms in Gulf of Mexico, heads toward Florida

    The system could still turn into a hurricane before landfall, according to the NWS Jacksonville alert, via FEMA. As of 1 p.m. CDT Wednesday, the storm packed maximum sustained winds of 40 mph - just barely above the tropical storm threshold - and was located about 350 miles southeast of New Orleans and 365 miles west of St.

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  • Uzbek President Islam Karimov suffers a brain haemorrhage

    The Uzbekistan presidency's press service issued a statement Sunday on its website saying the 78-year-old "is now hospitalized". My father was hospitalized after suffering a cerebral haemorrhage on Saturday morning, and is now receiving treatment in an intensive care unit.

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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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