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  • What to watch at the Rio Games on Sunday

    Fewer than 25 foreign heads of state were listed as attending, with others seemingly staying away to avoid giving the impression of taking sides amid Brazil's leadership uncertainty. Speaking afterwards the Scotsman said: "It was wonderful to get to carry the flag and but also be around the rest of the British team and chat to the guys".

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  • Donald Trump admits mistake over Iran video

    Since the timing of the payment, which occurred in January, coincided with the release of four American citizens detained in Iran, it sparked criticism that the multi-million payment amounted to a prisoner ransom, which the United States has an official policy of never paying .

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  • Milwaukee man charged with homicide in infant son's drowning

    Milwaukee man charged with homicide in infant son's drowning

    Police said the infant's parents were arguing Saturday when the father grabbed the baby and went to the pond. Police chief Ed Flynn described the incident as "one of the most horrific things". The man they arrested was Sean A. Flowers, Jr ., the baby's father, police announced Monday. "That baby cried all the way out into the water", Robert Amstadt, a witness, told the paper.

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  • Three new cases of travel-related Zika virus in Williamson County

    Gov. Rick Scott said during a news conference in Orlanda that no mosquitoes in the state have tested positive for Zika. Local transmission of Zika via mosquitoes has occurred for the first time in the USA in Florida. Nearly 5,000 cases of microcephaly have been recorded in regions affected by Zika since the epidemic began past year. To avoid getting infected, health officials advise that pregnant women refrain from unnecessary travel to places where the virus is circulating, as well as ...

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  • Clinton Takes Commanding Lead Over Trump in 3 Key States, Poll Says

    Clinton Takes Commanding Lead Over Trump in 3 Key States, Poll Says

    On the other hand, most young African-Americans, Hispanics and Asian-Americans think Clinton is qualified to be president, but most young whites say she's not. Clinton went on to quote Ramos, who said after the incident with Trump: "The best journalism happens when you take a stand". Trump has recently feuded with the Muslim family of a slain USA soldier and infuriated the Republican establishment by not endorsing House Speaker Paul Ryan.

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  • U.S. Played No Role in Coup Attempt in Turkey, Ambassador Says

    The mass purge has strained Turkey's ties with its Western allies and cast a shadow over its long-term bid to join the European Union after Erdogan suggested the death penalty might be reintroduced. The U.S.is still processing two tranches of documents Turkey sent for Gulen's extradition from the United States . He has also inspired leaders of charter schools and universities around the world, which Ankara is asking authorities in foreign countries to investigate.

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  • Rio Olympics 2016 formally opened in a colourful ceremony

    There was none of the shock and awe that defined Beijing's opening ceremony eight years ago, and less of the humour and history that made London 2012's first night so special. Residents of the Mangueira favela or slum, which overlooks the Maracana Stadium , expressed a mix of pride and disappointment as the Games opened.

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  • Uber to invest $500 million in global mapping project

    Uber to invest $500 million in global mapping project

    McClendon didn't reveal how much Uber will invest in its mapping initiative, but news reports have pegged the figure at US$ 500 million . The fact that Google has increased the fee for app companies like Uber to use its Google Maps , is also the reason that Uber has made a decision to invest in its own maps.

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  • Tesla fires Mobileye as auto pilot supplier

    The EyeQ3 processor is now used in Tesla cars to provide image analysis intelligence that enables the EV vehicles' driver-assisted autonomous technology. Tesla said the system failed to distinguish the trailer-which was white-from the bright sky. The agency said it was helped by Tesla's on-board computer systems, which it said are "capable of recording and transmitting vehicle performance data".

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  • Donald Trump backs Paul Ryan after initially refusing to endorse him

    Donald Trump backs Paul Ryan after initially refusing to endorse him

    After a week of back and forth grandstanding and brinksmanship, Donald Trump is expected to finally endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan in his reelection bid. Trump struck a rare conciliatory tone at a Wisconsin rally on Friday, imploring his party to unite behind him and opening a full-throttle attack on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

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  • Bar Blocks Signal To Stop Unsocial Mobile Use

    Bar Blocks Signal To Stop Unsocial Mobile Use

    He also mentioned the difference between interacting with people in-person versus the people on your phone, so at least this isn't coming from the phone-shaming logic that using the Internet isn't being social. Mr Tyler uses a Faraday cage system to interfere with the reception, which was inspired by physicist Michael Faraday. You most likely have a type of Faraday cage in your house right now in the form of your microwave.

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  • Smokers, retailers burn as Pennsylvania cigarette tax rises

    Smokers, retailers burn as Pennsylvania cigarette tax rises

    She's concerned about the impact the increase will have on the price of loose cigarettes. Some merchants in the city sell individual cigarettes. People like Fred Hoffman in Sharon say they aren't happy. "It's a tax that is going to backfire because, at some point, they're going to tax products out of the reach of most consumers", said Gerald Benyo, a local attorney who owns King Beaver Cigars in Monaca.

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  • China: Tifón afecta a 500 mil personas, pero sin victimas

    China: Tifón afecta a 500 mil personas, pero sin victimas

    En la provincia de Guizhou, al norte de la de Cantón , tres personas murieron y otra resultó herida debido a los fuertes vientos y el granizo que afectaron a la comarca de Sandu, habitada por minorías étnicas. Los ciudadanos han sido instados a aprovisionarse para un plazo de tres días. En su trayectoria hay numerosas ciudades importantes. Hoy por la tarde, cuando " Nida " se debilitó, los vuelos en el Aeropuerto Internacional Baiyun de Guangzhou empezaron a reanudarse.

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  • Bill Creates 1600MW Offshore Wind Procurement

    Bill Creates 1600MW Offshore Wind Procurement

    DONG Energy is one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. It does not, however, increase the Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard, which now requires utilities to have 1% of its annual electricity come from renewable energy like solar or wind.

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  • Río 2016: Rousseff confiesa estar "triste" por no asistir a la inauguración

    La incertidumbre política ha hecho que la mayoría de los líderes políticos se mantengan al margen de los Juegos Olímpicos , cuya ceremonia inaugural se realizará hoy en Río de Janeiro . Según el portal " O Globo ", al menos una persona resultó herida en enfrentamientos con la policía. Muchos simpatizantes de Dilma se agolparon en las playas de Copacabana , colmadas de turistas y visitantes olímpicos , portando pancartas contra Temer.

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  • Reward offered in Cherokee Co. double murder, kidnapping

    Reward offered in Cherokee Co. double murder, kidnapping

    Warrants for first degree capital murder and kidnapping have been issued for Jeffrey Alan Wilcox Jr. Anyone with any information regarding Wilcox's or his wife's whereabouts is asked to call 911 immediately. Andrews. Wilcox was last seen driving a red, 2011 Chevrolet Silverado with Alabama plate number 11FR476. Wilcox is believed to be the son-in-law to the victims, and stepson-in-law to the deceased man.

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  • Sheriff's Office identifies helicopter pilot killed in crash in Atchafalaya Basin

    Sheriff's Office identifies helicopter pilot killed in crash in Atchafalaya Basin

    If that fails, the coroner will use dental records to confirm the pilot's identity. When accessed Thursday afternoon, the company's website boasted an "accident-free safety record" for its nearly 40-year history. Right now, rescue crews are on the scene of a civilian helicopter crash in Iberia Parish. According to Sheriff Louis Ackal, the crash happened in the Atchafalaya Basin in the Iberia Parish panhandle.

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  • Rodgers? Luck? Try Favre as the QB focal point Sunday

    Rodgers? Luck? Try Favre as the QB focal point Sunday

    I think our last good game was against New England on a Thursday night in New England, which we won, and I played really well. Stabler died of colon cancer in July of previous year, and his autopsy revealed that the 1974 NFL MVP was suffering from CTE.

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  • Malema speaks out on town where nobody voted

    Malema speaks out on town where nobody voted

    Imagine me asking Mbuyiseni to go his home at Orange Farm to announce that I will be visiting him. "That is lack of thinking". We're killing them. They have run out of ideas. "Then they somersaulted. It's an organisation in a crisis". The ANC is known for something called khomba ndlela. Speaking at the IEC's National Results Centre in Tshwane, Malema says their campaign has been focused on the "grass roots" level, Bateman explains.

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  • Joint Syrian-Russian airstrikes kill 40 rebels in Aleppo

    Experts said any breakthrough in the talks may be due to a cold calculation on the part of Moscow that if civilians are evacuated from the area, pro-Assad forces can ramp up their bombing campaign in Aleppo and takeover the entire city - a strategic stronghold of the opposition.

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  • Melania Trump: I have never lived in the USA illegally

    In a statement to Politico , Trump campaign spokeswoman said that "Melania followed all applicable laws and is now a proud citizen of the United States". She says she became a USA citizen in 2006. Trump released a short statement Thursday denouncing Politico's report; however, she didn't offer clarification or explanation for any of the specific allegations brought to light.

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  • Iran nuclear scientist in US spy mystery reportedly executed

    U.S. officials at the time said the Iranian scientist had defected by choice and provided "useful information" to the United States, the BBC reported. In a video recording he said, "They [CIA] took me to a house located somewhere that I didn't know". In another video he claimed to have escaped from United States custody.

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  • Jueces protestan frente al Palacio de Justicia por aumento salarial

    Jueces protestan frente al Palacio de Justicia por aumento salarial

    En el Palacio de Justicia de Ciudad Nueva, en el Distrito Nacional, los magistrados Kenya Romero y Natividad Ramona Santos fueron los encargados de leer el manifiesto. Manifestó que en la actualidad existe un promedio de siete jueces por cada cien mil habitantes a nivel nacional y que en la provincia de Santo Domingo , EL departamento judicial que mayor cantidad de casos penales recibe en todo el país, hay solo dos jueces por cada cien mil habitantes, una cifra que calificó realmente alarmante.

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  • Asked About Black Friends, Clinton Says She's 'Blessed To Have A Crew'

    Asked About Black Friends, Clinton Says She's 'Blessed To Have A Crew'

    She mostly gave prepared remarks at the event, but when it was time for journalists in the audience to ask questions, her discomfort with press conferences emerged - with one question in particular. "Now we've got to expand economic opportunity so that everybody can afford the fare". Obama has been heavily criticized by Hispanics and others for aggressive deportation efforts that critics say target the wrong people and break up families.

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  • IS claims attack against Afghan protesters

    Saturday's strike appears to be the deadliest in months to hit Afghanistan . "People were going toward a prayer break when two explosions happened - one near the truck where speeches were given", Ali said. "The third attacker was gunned down by security forces". Afghan security forces have been mainly focused on countering a resurgent Taliban threat across the country, though ISIS has been able to pick off recruits disgruntled with both the Taliban and al-Qaida.

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  • Attackers kill 14 at Indian market

    Attackers kill 14 at Indian market

    He said that one militant was gunned down by the security forces, adding efforts are on to nab the remaining attackers. A team from National Investigating Agency (NIA) inspected the market place in Kokrajhar in Bodoland in Assam where 14 persons and a militant of National Democratic Front of Bodoland-Songbijit (NDFB-S) was killed.

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