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  • New Kia Rio revealed ahead of 2016 Paris auto show

    New Kia Rio revealed ahead of 2016 Paris auto show

    Production of the new Rio for the United Kingdom market is set to begin towards the end of 2016, with first deliveries likely to start early in 2017, although we don't have an exact date just yet. The dashboard itself is now angled towards the driver, and at its center is a new infotainment system, a "floating" HMI (human-machine interface), with a high-resolution touchscreen to power the Rio's audio, navigation and new connectivity systems.

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  • México pagará por el muro fronterizo al 100%: Trump

    Construiremos un gran, alto, fuerte y hermoso muro en la frontera sur y México pagará por él al cien por ciento... Aunque Trump ha moderado su postura al abogar por una política "justa y humana", los mexicanos no olvidan la dureza de su retórica y desdeñan a Peña Nieto por invitarlo a un encuentro, que se llevó a cabo ayer en la residencia presidencial Los Pinos .

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  • Kurdish spokesman says YPG forces not reinforcing Syria's Manbij

    The observatory said the bombardment targeted an area south of Jarabulus, a former Isis stronghold, which Turkish-led forces captured on the first day of the offensive, code named "Euphrates Shield". Turkey sent tanks across the border to help Syrian rebels drive the Islamic State group out of the frontier town of Jarablus last week in a dramatic escalation of its involvement in the Syrian civil war.

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  • What to expect at this year's IFA

    What to expect at this year's IFA

    Sony is to publish a live video stream of its press conference from IFA, Europe's largest consumer technology trade show, on 1 September. And like every year, this year too the event will see launches from biggest technology companies including Microsoft, Lenovo , HTC, Samsung , Huawei and others.

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  • Kerry changes schedule, to head for China G-20 from India

    Kerry changes schedule, to head for China G-20 from India

    Kerry said Pakistan must do away with non-state actors and disruptors who were not only affecting Indo-Pak relationship but are also hindering the efforts of USA to achieve peace and stability in Afghanistan. "I believe in the last months, progress is being made and the Pakistanis are moving at a greater pace". Mr. Kerry, he said, has had a "terrific couple of days" in India.

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  • Parent: Teacher threw daughter's shoes into the trash

    Parent: Teacher threw daughter's shoes into the trash

    The girl says the strap was bothering her. The teacher eventually let the girl pick her shoes out of the classroom trash can and put them back on, but the child said the incident embarrassed her in front of her classmates - who laughed and teased her.

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  • Canadian and his wife, hostages in Afghanistan, plead for lives in video

    Canadian and his wife, hostages in Afghanistan, plead for lives in video

    Both incidents are assessed to possibly be in retaliation for the recent death sentence given to Haqqani Network leader Siraj Haqqani's brother Anas. The fusion cell was set up after family members of hostages who were killed by ISIS said that the USA government failed to communicate with them and didn't work as a whole to bring their loved ones home.

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  • Trump retreats from vow to deport all living in US illegally

    He did not commit to deporting every undocumented immigrant living in the USA as he previously had, but vowed that immigrants living in the United States illegally would never have a path to legal status under his presidency. The Republican candidate was in bombastic form back on home soil in Arizona as he unveiled a hard-hitting plan to curb illegal immigration from its southern neighbour.

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  • Donald Trump blasts Clinton over 30 emails that could be Benghazi-related

    Donald Trump blasts Clinton over 30 emails that could be Benghazi-related

    Government lawyers told U.S. District Court Judge Amit P. Mehta Tuesday that an undetermined number of the emails among the 30 were not included in the 55,000 pages previously provided by Clinton to the State Department. A Clinton spokesman dismissed Judicial Watch in an earlier statement as "a right-wing organization that has been attacking the Clintons since the 1990s".

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  • Venezuela cree que EEUU dará un 'golpe' en Caracas

    Venezuela cree que EEUU dará un 'golpe' en Caracas

    Este martes, el pueblo venezolano salió a las calles de Caracas para demostrar su apoyo al presidente Nicolás Maduro y su rechazo hacia los planes desestabilizadores de la oposición , que realizará una movilización este jueves. El país petrolero vive una profunda polarización política y una grave crisis económica y social, con una inflación que según el FMI llegará a 720% este año y una escasez de productos básicos y medicinas que alcanza el 80%.

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  • Possession of abuse images doubles in two years

    Possession of abuse images doubles in two years

    A Freedom of Information request from the NSPCC showed that in Scotland there were a total of 1,904 indecent images offences over the last three years, and a rise of 17 per cent from 2014 to 2015. Some have called for the rules of recording crime to be adapted to ensure children are not routinely criminalised for sexting. "Every child who is the victim of exploitation and abuse should get the support they need to rebuild their lives".

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  • Florida's Gulf coast braces for Tropical Storm Hermine

    So Gaston is forecasted to weaken over the next few days, but may still threaten the Azores Islands by the end of the week or this weekend. This general motion with an increase in forward speed is forecast during the next day or so. NWS forecasters say that despite the inland track, the threat to mariners remains high. The storm's slow strengthening is being watched by local emergency management officials.

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  • Pilot injured in plane crash at Hibbing airport

    Pilot injured in plane crash at Hibbing airport

    The crash severely damaged the plane, Page said. The extent of the pilot's injuries are unknown, however the man was flown by Life Link 3 to a Duluth hospital for precautionary purposes. The crash did not interfere with the afternoon Delta flight out of RRA, as the commercial flight had just taken off prior to the crash. The runway at the airport is temporarily closed.

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  • Cambios en Gabinete, cuando se considere necesario: EPN

    Cambios en Gabinete, cuando se considere necesario: EPN

    Al concluir el seminario, efectuado en la Ciudadela del Arte, los participantes manifestaron que Peña Nieto "cometió un robo intelectual al transcribir sin las debidas formas de reconocimiento los argumentos de otros autores". Hace una semana, el sitio Aristegui Noticias reportó que, cuando era estudiante, el ahora presidente de México plagió al menos el 28% de su tesis de licenciatura , principalmente de un documento publicado por su antecesor Miguel de la Madrid Hurtado a finales de ...

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  • Merkel: 'Germany will remain Germany' after migrant influx

    A year ago to the day, in a press conference that would be a turning point in the migrant crisis, Mrs Merkel announced that Germany would rise to the challenge of the unprecedented numbers flooding into Europe. Merkel also rejected the notion that there was a direct connection between terrorism and accommodating so many migrants in the country. On militancy, she said: "It's simply incorrect to say that terrorism came only with the refugees.

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  • Red Cross to hold disaster bootcamp

    Red Cross to hold disaster bootcamp

    Bode say about 52 flood victims are still living at the shelter, but she says the Red Cross is in the process of planning next steps in the transition for those residents. "Me and a partner went out and re-visited the home. Preparation leads to people managing their recovery better and the sooner they can get back to their everyday routine", said Jody Oldham, Disaster Program Manager for the American Red Cross Eastern Kentucky.

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  • Juan Gabriel tendrá un homenaje en el Palacio de Bellas Artes

    Señalaron que van a proporcionar "detalles adicionales en la página Juan Gabriel de Facebook una vez que la planificación de estos eventos haya finalizado". México y el mundo lloran la partida prematura de Juan Gabriel , quien falleció a sus 66 años de edad en Estados Unidos. Aseguró que el Instituto ya se encuentra listo para el homenaje , y que la idea es que haya "música y flores", así como una fotografía de gran formato del intérprete.

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  • Trump trails Clinton by two points

    Trump trails Clinton by two points

    Pat Toomey of Lehigh County, who is seeking re-election for the first time since being elected in 2010. Marquette says the poll has a plus/minus 4.5 percent margin of error for the "full sample". It may be hard to isolate why Clinton has experienced such a significant decline since the conclusion of the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, the Washington Post said, but it speculated that recent headlines questioning the Clinton Foundation's ties to the State Department and her noticeable ...

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  • Saudi power station hit by rockets fired from Yemen

    The strikes came a day after the United Nations demanded an global investigation in the killings of civilians in Yemen. Fighting escalated in March 2015 with the start of Saudi-led airstrikes targeting the Houthis and their allies who are loyal to Yemen's ousted president.

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  • Llegó a Cuba el primer vuelo regular de EEUU desde 1961

    Por primera vez en más de 50 años, un avión de la aerolínea estadounidense JetBlue tocará suelo cubano en el aeropuerto de Santa Clara, al este de La Habana , y reabrirá los vuelos comerciales entre ambos países . De cualquier forma, tras la apertura de las embajadas en las capitales de los dos países, el mayor obstáculo para la normalización plena de las relaciones es el embargo (o bloqueo) de Estados Unidos a Cuba .

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  • North Korea executes vice premier for sleeping at meeting

    Jeong said that Kim Yong Chol, the influential Head of the North's United Front Department, which handles inter-Korean relations, was made to undergo "revolutionary measures". The execution clams come as South Korea's spy agency said Kim had his defence chief executed with an anti-aircraft gun for complaining about him and sleeping during a meeting he had presided over.

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  • Canada's ambassador to China says some human rights moving backwards

    Canada's ambassador to China says some human rights moving backwards

    Li told the briefing China had no intention of shutting the door on imports, but added that the country's farmers and consumers were anxious about imported pests. Most of those rules were put in place by Harper after China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC) bought the Canadian oil and gas company Nexen in 2012.

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  • Trump defends call for Mexico border wall - Pena Nieto refuses to pay

    Her campaign jumped on Pena Nieto's later tweet, too. "Anyone who has entered the United States illegally is subject to deportation", Trump said in a highly anticipated speech, which took place mere hours after his surprise meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in his first trip overseas as the GOP nominee.

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  • Brasil llama a consultas a su embajador en Venezuela

    Brasil llama a consultas a su embajador en Venezuela

    Los retratos habían sido mantenidos a pesar de que el 12 de mayo pasado Rousseff fue suspendida de sus funciones y sustituida de forma interina por Temer. "Nuestro corazón junto al pueblo brasileño, Dilma, Lula (Da Silva) y los compañeros del PT (Partido de los Trabajadores)", escribió Fernández en su cuenta de la red social Twitter.

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  • Forecast model for Tropical Depression 9 edges it closer to Lowcountry

    Forecast model for Tropical Depression 9 edges it closer to Lowcountry

    As of 11 a.m., the depression was sitting still 415 miles west-southwest of Tampa with maximum sustained winds of 35 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami. The storm will impact northern Florida tomorrow and will move up the southeast coast on Friday. Central Pacific Hurricane Center forecaster Tom Evans says the storm no longer has the strong, noticeable eye that was seen Tuesday.

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