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  • Election marathon down to the primary sprint

    Election marathon down to the primary sprint

    Election results will be posted as they become available on the County's website on Election night. Rubio led millionaire homebuilder Carlos Beruff with almost 70 percent of the vote Tuesday and Murphy led U.S. Outgoing state Rep. Dwight Dudley, a St. Petersburg Democrat and attorney, came up 1,200 votes short in a bid for a Pinellas County judgeship, although his loss margin represented less than 1 percent of the total vote.

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  • Some 6500 migrants rescued off Libya: Coastguard

    Some 6500 migrants rescued off Libya: Coastguard

    According to Italian coastguard, forty separate rescue operations took place off the Libyan town of Sabratha and included vessels from Italy as well as EU's border agency and two non-governmental organizations. One of the vessels helping is the Phoenix , which has rescued more than 400 migrants today. Rights groups and experts estimate there are about 3,500 migrants held in roughly 20 official detention facilities across Libya .

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  • Palestinians attack Israeli settlers at Joseph's Tomb in Nablus

    The Israeli army evacuated the premises in October 2000 during the second intifada and it was burnt down by Palestinians. During the visit, local Palestinians attacked the convoy with Molotov cocktails, stones and flaming tires. Clashes also erupted as soldiers reportedly stormed and ransacked several homes and stores at the entrance to Balata refugee camp, not far from Joseph's Tomb, seizing surveillance cameras.

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  • Trump; una amenaza para el futuro de México: EPN

    En entrevista con Denise Maerker, el Presidente dijo "México no pagará el muro y cada gobierno tiene el derecho de hacer lo que quiera en sus fronteras, pero fui enfático y México no pagará el muro". El candidato republicano a la Casa Blanca, Donald Trump, alertó hoy que todas las personas que hayan "ingresado ilegalmente" a Estados Unidos "estarán expuestos a ser deportados" en caso de que él gane las elecciones presidenciales.

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  • Suspended Brazil president makes last-ditch effort to evade impeachment

    Suspended Brazil president makes last-ditch effort to evade impeachment

    Many political observers have noted that Rousseff has never been accused of corruption, unlike numerous lawmakers with the power to vote whether to impeach her or not. Michel Temer, who was her vice president and turned into her nemesis, took over as president. Momentum to push her out is also fueled by deep anger at Brazil's historic recession, political paralysis and a vast corruption scandal centered on state oil giant Petrobras.

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  • Separatist shutdown continues in Kashmir

    Separatist shutdown continues in Kashmir

    At least 68 people and two police officers have been killed and thousands injured since unrest erupted after the July 8 murder of a popular Kashmiri separatist. The separatist camp, which is spearheading the agitation in the Valley over the civilian killings during the protests against Wani's killing, has extended the strike call in the Valley till September 1.

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  • 'There will be no amnesty'

    The speech is expected to lay out a range of policy prescriptions to stem the tide of illegal immigration and follows a week during which Trump and his campaign publicly wrestled with how to handle the more than 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the US.

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  • LePage foes to hold rally seeking resignation

    LePage foes to hold rally seeking resignation

    Drew Gattine's family and to his own family in the wake of an obscenity-laced voicemail he left for Gattine late last week. The governor's term ends in 2019. LePage says he was mentioning race in regard to the majority of out-of-state drug traffickers, not users in Maine. The uproar over all that was initially contained to ME, but spread to MA and CT on Monday when LePage added another detail to his contention about drug dealers in his state.

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  • Turkey denies truce with Kurdish militia

    Turkey denies truce with Kurdish militia

    But Turkey's intervention is also an indication that the US strategy of empowering Kurdish groups to fight the Islamic State in Syria has helped trigger an entirely new conflict, this time between USA -backed militias and a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally.

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  • Dilma Rousseff Ousted in Historic Brazil Impeachment Vote

    Sixty-one senators voted in favour of her dismissal and 20 against, meeting the two-thirds majority needed to remove her from the presidency. Temer took the oath of office in the Senate surrounded by his cabinet members. as well as the strengthening of Mercosur". The poll interviewed 2,792 people July 14-15 and had a 2 percentage point margin of error. For that to happen, however, Mr Temer would have to be removed from office or resign, something he clearly has no intention of doing.

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  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Gets Official

    The specs of the new model include a faster octa-core Exynos 7880 processor backed by a Mali-T830 GPU and 3GB of RAM, a hardware configuration that gave a score of 814 in the single-core test and 4396 in the multi-core test. The smartphone supports Dual-SIM with 4G connectivity and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system out of the box. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Smartphone has got to offer Bluetooth, 3G, 4G, GPRS/ EDGE, W-Fi, USB-OTG, and Micro-USB and also supports LTE Cat.

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  • The Chase tightens with two races left

    I'm lucky we didn't have a caution. The auto passed post-race inspection. However, he brought the celebration back when he won his first Nationwide Series race (now called the Xfinity Series ) in 2014. " Brooklyn , Michigan is proud to host this race, and I'm sure the town of Flint, Michigan would be proud to host the 'Pure Water 400'". But from the point position, the rookie in the No.

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  • NASCAR youth shines at MI with top performances

    After several close calls and heartbreaking near-misses, Kyle Larson is finally a Sprint Cup Series victor. He led the second most circuits behind the race victor Kyle Larson (37). Larson is one of 12 drivers with victories this year locked into the 16-driver Chase with races left at Darlington and Richmond before the field is set.

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  • Final Fantasy 15 minigame and movie are available now

    Final Fantasy 15 minigame and movie are available now

    It's the sort of game with enough charm and polish it could have been released on its own to modest success, only with Final Fantasy XV stapled onto it awkwardly. This young adult generation's memories of the early " Final Fantasy " series revolve around the PlayStation-exclusive titles: " Final Fantasy 7", " Final Fantasy 8", " Final Fantasy Tactics", "9", "10", and so on.

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  • 5 flagship smartphones likely to launch this week

    5 flagship smartphones likely to launch this week

    The festivities may officially begin on September 2, but manufacturers like Samsung, LG, and others fight aggressively for the limelight by hosting spin-off events and pop-up conferences off the show floor. Samsung will likely present the Gear S3, if the company's hints by presenting a watch face design and "Gear" in its invite, are any indication. If Lenovo's even is to be believed, it can also bring a new tablet comprising of "new kind of intuitive keyboard ".

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  • IFA 2016 Berlin: What to expect

    IFA 2016 Berlin: What to expect

    Sony will be holding its IFA event on Thursday, set to start at 4:30pm IST, and the company is widely expected to launch its smartphones Xperia X Compact and Xperia XZ. French tech firm Archos will present its low-priced Helium range of smartphones at this year's IFA, with the 50f Helium, 55 Helium and 55 Helium Ultra, which go on sale after the event.

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  • Congreso aprueba plebiscito de paz para el 2 de octubre

    Será " entre el 20 y el 30 de septiembre , no se ha decidido si es el 26, si es el 23, si es el 21". He tenido la oportunidad de hablar con él el lunes para felicitarle por el acuerdo. Cabe mencionar que las Farc celebrarán su décima conferencia, en la que se convertirán en movimiento político legal, del 13 al 19 de septiembre. Después se realizará la firma del acuerdo de paz en un acto solemne por parte de Santos y del máximo jefe de las FARC , Rodrigo Londoño, más conocido con los ...

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  • Kerry extends his stay

    Kerry extends his stay

    Secretary Kerry praised Prime Minister Modi's leadership on combatting climate change and raised entry into force of the Paris Agreement; conclusion of the hydroflourocarbon amendment to the Montreal Protocol, and the International Solar Alliance initiative.

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  • Germany to fund new school in Italy after quake

    Germany to fund new school in Italy after quake

    At a press conference Wednesday with the German chancellor, Renzi said Emilio Romagna is now standing thanks to the reconstruction effort and that "we're choosing the same team" to rebuild quake-devastated Amatrice, Accumoli, Arquata and their surrounding hamlets.

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  • Cumplió requisitos Peña Nieto con su tesis: Guerra Liera

    En un comunicado, argumentó que cuenta con procedimientos para que los procesos de titulación cumplan con los requisitos previstos en la normatividad avalada por las autoridades educativas. "Por lo visto errores de estilo como citas sin entrecomillar o falta de referencia a autores que incluyó en la bibliografía son, dos décadas y media después, materia de interés periodístico", ironizó Sánchez.

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  • NC judge overturns man's 1995 double murder conviction

    NC judge overturns man's 1995 double murder conviction

    Because prosecutors planned to block Hudson's ruling on the DNA evidence, the judge was expected to hear testimony later on Wednesday on whether misconduct by police and prosecutors helped lead to Howard's conviction. Hudson first ordered a new trial for Howard in May 2014, ruling that the prosecutor and a police detective withheld evidence suggesting that Washington was raped and killed by a NY street gang for which she dealt drugs.

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  • Trump vows to remove millions living in country illegally

    Trump vows to remove millions living in country illegally

    On Wednesday afternoon a dozen protesters lingered at the Angel of Independence, an iconic statue on Avenida Reforma that is a frequent meeting point for rallies and marches. Silent at that moment, Pena Nieto later tweeted, "I made it clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall". Trump has constantly berated Mexico during his election campaign, terming migrants from the country as "rapists" and "murderers" and vowed to build a wall on the US' southern border to prevent millions of illegal ...

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  • Gabon opposition says headquarters attacked by presidential guard

    Gunfire could be heard across the city as plumes of smoke billowed from the torched parliament building as anti-government protesters clashed with heavily armed security forces leaving at least six people injured. He benefited from being the incumbent in a country with a patronage system lubricated by oil largesse. Former colonial ruler France's foreign ministry said the way in which the results were announced was a source of concern.

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  • Consejo Autonómico decide apurar proceso de Pacto Fiscal

    Consejo Autonómico decide apurar proceso de Pacto Fiscal

    El departamento de Chuquisaca estuvo representado por el gobernador Esteban Urquizu y los alcaldes Iván Arciénega y Richar Lomar de Sucre y Mojocoya, respectivamente. "Celebramos que el Gobierno nacional y los gobiernos subnacionales tengan la voluntad de impulsar este proceso del pacto fiscal y queremos que se entre en materia y se lo ejecute los más antes posible".

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  • Zajárova llama a Turquía a frenar ataques a los kurdos

    Zajárova llama a Turquía a frenar ataques a los kurdos

    El mandatario se refirió así al Estado Islámico (Daesh, según el acrónimo árabe) y la milicia kurda YPG, próxima al Partido de los Trabajadores del Kurdistán (PKK), organización considerada terrorista por Turquía. Igual que Estados Unidos y Turquía , Francia también forma parte activa de la coalición internacional contra el EI. En busca de rebajar las tensiones, Estados Unidos y combatientes sirios aliados de los kurdos anunciaron hoy haber alcanzado un alto el fuego con Turquía en ...

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  • Hours After Win, Rubio Challenges Murphy To Six Debates

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Republican Sen. More than 1.4 million Republicans - about 32 percent of Florida's 4.4 million registered GOP voters - cast ballots in the U.S. His disapproval ratings rose from 35 percent to 43 percent. He was backed in the primary by President Barack Obama and Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.

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