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  • Trump says he'll promote patriotism in schools

    Trump says he'll promote patriotism in schools

    Trump had previously called for a "deportation force". "It turns out Trump didn't just choke", said Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta in a statement, "he got beat in the room and lied about it". Following the meeting, Peña Nieto tweeted , "At the beginning of the conversation with Donald Trump, I made clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall".

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  • Trump representa amenazas para México: Peña Nieto

    En un importante discurso en el estado fronterizo de Arizona, Trump ofreció una visión sombría sobre los 11 millones de personas que se encuentran en Estados Unidos de manera ilegal, una semana después de decir que muchos eran "grandes personas" que han contribuido a la sociedad de su país.

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  • Iranian ex-general killed fighting jihadists in Syria

    Iranian ex-general killed fighting jihadists in Syria

    Shahini, 46, left Iran in 1998 and lived in San Diego. At least half a dozen other dual-national Iranians, including at least three other Iranian-Americans, have been arrested on similar charges in the past year. A prisoner swap in January between Iran and the USA freed Rezaian and three other Iranian-Americans. The meeting, titled "the infiltration project", covered subjects including the potential of dual-national Iranians to be recruited as spies, Hussein Naqavi Husseini, the ...

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  • Apple CEO Blames EU Tax Ruling on Anti-US Sentiment

    Apple CEO Blames EU Tax Ruling on Anti-US Sentiment

    Cook rejected accusation by EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager that Apple paid just 0.005 per cent tax in Ireland in 2014. "They just picked a number from I don't know where", he said. "There should be a public discussion about it", he said. Meanwhile, the US government is furiously looking for means to have tax money from Apple that was obtained by the European Union sent back, according to the New York Times .

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine shifts west with Midlands in sights

    Tropical Storm Hermine shifts west with Midlands in sights

    At 5 a.m. Thursday, Tropical Storm Hermine was bearing down on Florida, traveling north-northeast at 12 miles per hour with a wind speed of 60 miles per hour. A Hurricane Watch means wind gusts reaching 74 mph may be encountered in the watch zone within 48 hours. The rainfall may lead to unsafe flash floods and mudslides, the weather service warned.

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  • Georgetown to give slave descendants priority for admission

    The chair of the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation , David Collins, S.J., says he hopes the university can take full responsibility for its slave benefactors. Georgetown, a Jesuit school founded in 1789 in the USA capital Washington , is one of the oldest universities in the United States. "Over the past several months, university officials at Georgetown have openly spoken about the role that slaves played in keeping it afloat in its early years".

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  • Rousseff's supporters take to the streets

    For Rousseff to be removed, at least 54 of the 81 senators must vote in favor. Ms Rousseff, who has repeatedly insisted she is the victim of a "parliamentary coup" by corrupt opponents, will be replaced by Michel Temer, her vice-president from the centrist Brazilian Democratic Movement Party.

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  • HDMI Announces USB-C to HDMI Cables for 4K Displays and TVs

    HDMI Announces USB-C to HDMI Cables for 4K Displays and TVs

    Again, this will eliminate the need to obtain adapters or dongles to connect to HDMI, which will separate it from other Alternate Mode technologies. Unfortunately, the new functionality will require brand new USB Type-C hardware, so your existing USB-C devices won't be HDMI-compatible anytime soon.

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  • Secretary of State offices closed for Labor Day holiday

    Secretary of State offices closed for Labor Day holiday

    Residents who need assistance with a water or sewer problem may call the following 24-hour emergency numbers: water - (918) 596-9488, and sewer - (918) 586-6999. Trash will be picked up on a regular schedule in Burbank and Glendale. Tulsa Parks offices and community centers will be closed Monday, Sept. 5, but the parks' outdoor facilities (except pools) will be open .

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  • Michel Temer asumió como nuevo presidente de Brasil

    Michel Temer asumió como nuevo presidente de Brasil

    El Gobierno de Cuba también rechazó "enérgicamente" el " golpe de estado parlamentario-judicial" contra la recién destituida presidenta brasileña Dilma Rousseff, y lo calificó como otra expresión de la ofensiva imperialista contra América Latina y el Caribe.

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  • Trump insists 'Mexico will pay' for border wall

    Trump insists 'Mexico will pay' for border wall

    But clash cast a cloud over Trump's first meeting with a foreign dignitary. Trump is trailing Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in opinion polls for the November 8 election. Pena Nieto cast a different tone late Tuesday, tweeting , "I believe in dialogue to promote Mexico's interests in the world and, principally, to protect Mexicans wherever they are".

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  • Donald Trump still firm on illegals: No amnesty

    Donald Trump still firm on illegals: No amnesty

    Southern border and his plan to revoke President Barack Obama's executive orders on immigration. The only way for illegal immigrants to live here legally would be to return to their home countries and apply to enter the United States legally, he said .

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  • Sweden's Zetterberg out of World Cup of Hockey with injury

    Sweden's Zetterberg out of World Cup of Hockey with injury

    Zetterberg will be replaced by Calgary Flames forward Mikael Backlund. Zetterberg would join Niklas Kronwall, who has concerns over his recurrently injured knees, in passing up the world tournament in Canada, which is encouraged by the National Hockey League and the owners, but stirs less enthusiasm among the players than the Olympics.

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  • Sweden's Zetterberg out of World Cup of Hockey with injury

    Sweden's Zetterberg out of World Cup of Hockey with injury

    Zetterberg will be replaced by Calgary Flames forward Mikael Backlund. Zetterberg would join Niklas Kronwall, who has concerns over his recurrently injured knees, in passing up the world tournament in Canada, which is encouraged by the National Hockey League and the owners, but stirs less enthusiasm among the players than the Olympics.

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  • Kerry extends India visit, to join Obama at G-20 in China

    Kerry extends India visit, to join Obama at G-20 in China

    India and the USA on Wednesday called upon Pakistan to bring the perpetrators of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and the 2016 Pathankot airbase attack to justice. He confirmed that progress was made on an agreement about the construction of six nuclear reactors by USA giant Westinghouse. "I don't know if you guys came in boats or amphibious vehicles of some kind but I salute you", he said, Indian media quoted him as saying.

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  • Chile tiene una parada difícil ante el renovado Paraguay

    La selección paraguaya en pleno entrenamiento en el Centro de Formación de Complejo Albiroga en Ypané. Será la primera presentación pública del equipo guaraní , que desde el 6 de agosto tiene como entrenador al paraguayo Francisco Arce , sustituto del argentino Ramón Díaz , quien renunció en junio, después de la Copa América Centenario .

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  • Soler: Barcelona passed on Pogba last year

    Soler: Barcelona passed on Pogba last year

    Speaking at a news conference at the end of the transfer window, Albert Soler said that Barcelona were in pole position to sign the France global a year ago but did not feel compelled to complete the deal. "If it continues like this, with one club able to spend €120m on one player, it's going to cost more and more all the time to get the best players".

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  • Tensión sube en Venezuela por marchas chavista y opositora

    La oposición venezolana denunció este martes persecución y detención de dirigentes en vísperas de su gran marcha para exigir un referendo revocatorio contra el presidente Nicolás Maduro , quien a su vez los acusó de buscar desatar la violencia para dar un golpe de Estado .

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  • White House to reach goal of taking in 10000 Syrian refugees Monday

    In Indiana, where GOP vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence's order to state agencies aimed at halting Syrian refugees from settling was later overturned by a court ruling, roughly 150 refugees have been taken in. 12,000 have been accepted so far, the report said. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Leon Rodriguez said officers can spot falsified applications and risky refugees.

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  • Boy, 5, uses allowance to buy lunch for police

    Boy, 5, uses allowance to buy lunch for police

    William earned the money completing chores at home: feeding chickens and ducks, sweeping outside and helping his dad wash the family vehicle. 'They keep us safe'. 'I'm really proud of him'. William's generosity didn't stop there; he plans to donate clothes, school supplies, and toys to a domestic violence shelter, food and supplies to an animal shelter, and cash to a less fortunate family to help with daycare expenses.

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  • Korea's SLBM seen as a threat to Japan

    Kim "strongly" warned the US and South Korea from "hurting the dignity and security of North Korea" if they want to avoid military strikes against them. But the North is "on track to the capability to strike targets in the region - including Japan - by 2020", it said. North Korea has reportedly started building a facility to make a nuclear sub that can stay submerged longer than nonnuclear types and even reach the United States without being detected.

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  • Threats close USDA offices closed in Fort Collins

    Threats close USDA offices closed in Fort Collins

    This breaking news report will be updated . "As a precaution, USDA has closed offices", according to The Associated Press. The Forest service for Arapahoe Roosevelt and Canyon Lakes announced in a tweet that their Fort Collins offices were closed due to safety concerns.

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  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg walks the streets of Lagos on first Africa trip

    The Facebook CEO visited a "Summer of Code Camp" at the Co-Creation Hub in Yaba, otherwise known as the Silicon Valley of Nigeria , as one of his first stops on the trip. His visit is meant to give the technology magnate an insight on how Africa is embracing the sector so that Facebook can better support tech development and entrepreneurship across Africa, Facebook said in a statement .

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  • China espera que Brasil mantenga la estabilidad tras destitución de Rousseff

    El gobernante de Bolivia, Evo Morales, convocó a su embajador en Brasilia y condenó "el golpe parlamentario contra la democracia brasileña". La expresidenta de Argentina Cristina Fernández de Kirchner se ha sumado este miércoles a la condena generalizada entre los líderes de la izquierda latinoamericana contra la decisión del Senado de Brasil de apartar de forma definitiva a Dilma Rousseff, y ha señalado que este " golpe institucional" es una "nueva forma de violentar la soberanía ...

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  • Rubio, McCain turn toward general after primary wins

    Each is facing lesser-known Democratic House members who've sought to link them to Donald Trump. If Florida voters perceive that Rubio sees the Senate as merely a stepping stone to another run at the White House, they may make Rubio pay for his lack of commitment at the polls, at which point Rubio's political career would effectively be over at least in the short term.

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  • U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visits Turkey amid tensions following coup

    Erdogan said the US has "no excuse" for refusing Turkey's request, adding that "our relations with the United States are on the level of strategic partnership and the refusal to extradite Gulen would not contribute to it". Biden also commented on the ongoing Turkish military operation into Syria , telling Syrian Kurdish forces they "must move back across the Euphrates River" if they hope to continue to receive US support.

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  • Major fire hits Belfast recycling site

    Major fire hits Belfast recycling site

    Mr Black added: "NIFRS now has sufficient resources on the ground to deal with the incident in a recycling plant, but as the fire now stretches across an area of nearly 120 metres and is up to two floors high, it is likely that it will take a number of hours to fully contain".

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  • Turkey scales up Syrian offensive

    Turkey scales up Syrian offensive

    A group monitoring the Syrian war says Turkish air strikes have killed at least 15 civilians on the fifth day of an incursion against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group and Kurdish forces in northern Syria . Colonel Ahmed Osman, head of the Sultan Murad rebel group, told Reuters that the Turkey-backed rebel force was "certainly heading in the direction Manbij" since YPG forces had fortified their positions rather than evacuate.

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