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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Batteries Reportedly Catch Fire

    Having suspended the Note's shipments in Korea since early this week, Samsung is reportedly considering recalling all the phones in Korea, offering free exchange of the battery. Samsung Electronics closed Thursday at 1,587,000 won ($1,418.23), down 33,000 won or 2.04 percent, from yesterday. "Apple is supposed to show off the iPhone 7 next week and this issue (with Samsung) has emerged, so the current state of things do not look good", HDC Asset Management fund manager Park Jung-hoon said.

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  • Irish cabinet may need more time to decide on Apple appeal - minister

    She said on Thursday that the calculations were based on data provided by Apple itself and evidence presented during hearings on Apple tax issues in the United States. But Apple said it was the largest corporate taxpayer in Ireland in 2014. The Education Minister says the ruling simply has to be appealed. Apple and Ireland both vowed to fight the decision in court.

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  • France calls on Gabon to release vote count details

    France calls on Gabon to release vote count details

    Protesters burned cars in front of the National Assembly on Wednesday night, sending thick smoke over the city, after police fired tear gas at hundreds of opposition demonstrators. He benefited from being the incumbent in a country with a patronage system lubricated by oil largesse. Despite a bitter campaign, election day was peaceful.

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  • Appeal Launched To Trace Missing Man Anthony Griffiths

    Appeal Launched To Trace Missing Man Anthony Griffiths

    Mr Griffiths' vehicle was found the area and taken away by Gardai for forensic examination. A team of volunteers from across Donegal and Londonderry have joined local people and rescue experts in the area yesterday as land, sea and air searches were conducted.

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  • Gatwick Express train death man 'next to warning notice'

    Gatwick Express train death man 'next to warning notice'

    The investigation is independent of any investigation by the railway industry, the British Transport Police or by the industry's regulator, the Office of Rail and Road. A Just Giving page , set up by Mr Brown's friend Reuben Smith to raise money for a floral "memorial train" and to assist with funeral costs, has now raised almost £9,000.

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  • Repudio generalizado contra funcionario por dichos antisemitas

    Repudio generalizado contra funcionario por dichos antisemitas

    También se quejó de que la sociedad y las leyes no le permitan diablar como a él le gustaría: "No podemos decir ni judío de mierda porque somos racistas, discriminadores y basura humana". "Asimismo, hace saber que el Defensor del Pueblo de Cerrillos no integra esta Asociación de Defensores del Pueblo de la República Argentina y bajo ninguna circunstancia la representa", enfatizó el comunicado.

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  • "Algunas posiciones de Trump son una amenaza para México" — Peña Nieto

    En comentarios tras la reunión, Peña Nieto dijo que su deber es defender a los mexicanos dondequiera que se encuentren y que durante la conversación, él y Trump trataron de aclarar lo dicho por el candidato que agravió a su país. Tras más de una hora de reunión, Peña Nieto y Trump comparecieron con el semblante más serio de lo habitual en esta clase de visitas -actitud que se mantuvo hasta el final-, y con el anfitrión marcando el paso de inicio, formal pero directo.

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  • Argentina

    Argentina "respeta" proceso de destitución de Rousseff

    Argentina expresó este miércoles que "respeta" el proceso de destitución de Dilma Rousseff en Brasil y bregó por la continuidad de la integración bilateral y regional, en un comunicado de la cancillería. "Hoy el Senado Federal tomó una decisión que ingresa a la historia como una de las grandes injusticias", afirmó visiblemente emocionada, pero sin derramar ni una lágrima.

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  • El naufragio de una lancha ocacionó tres muertes

    El naufragio de una lancha ocacionó tres muertes

    La lanchita amarilla San Antonino se hundió alrededor de las 6 de la mañana a cinco millas noroeste de las costas de Mar del Plata . En conferencia de prensa, Gustavo Daniel Campanini , prefector mayor, descartó que el mar "no haya estado en condiciones de ser navegado" .

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  • 820 military personnel discharged, says Turkish Defence Ministry

    The ministry said 648 of those dismissed were under arrest, Xinhua news agency reported. Gulen denies any involvement. Some 35,000 people have been detained for questioning and more than 17,000 of them have been formally arrested to face trial, including soldiers, police, judges, prosecutors and journalists.

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  • Turkish air strikes 'kill at least 20 civilians in Syria'

    Turkish-backed militants seized Jarablus from the Daesh Takfiri terrorists on Wednesday, following an incursion by Turkey's military that involved tanks and special forces supported by U.S. The SDF, which is spearheaded by the YPG, a Syrian Kurdish militia, has been lauded by both Russian Federation and the West as one of the most effective forces fighting Isis, and has received extensive United States support.

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  • Hillary Clinton's camp hit by sexting scandal

    Hillary Clinton's camp hit by sexting scandal

    In one of the pictures, Weiner is lying on a bed with his toddler son while texting the woman, according to the Post . Clinton's campaign is built around empowering women and ensuring they get a seat at the table. Using the name, Carlos Danger, Weiner chatted with Leathers and sent her lewd photos. The paper described her as a 40-something divorced woman from the West.

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  • Pakistan made progress in the fight against extremism: John kerry

    Pakistan made progress in the fight against extremism: John kerry

    Mr. Kerry, he said, has had a "terrific couple of days" in India. "We have to work cooperatively and in good faith that terrorists have no place to run, no place to hide and no place to plan and prepare the future", he said. Pakistan army has launched military operations in the troubled North Waziristan region, which is said to be the base of the Haqqani group. Kerry, along with US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, also discussed progress in bilateral engagement since Prime Minister's ...

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  • Pentagon: No Evidence Russia Carried Out Strike on ISIS Leader

    Pentagon: No Evidence Russia Carried Out Strike on ISIS Leader

    The Russian Federation on Wednesday claimed responsibility for killing Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) spokesman Abu Mohammad al-Adnani. The IS-run Aamaq news agency announced Tuesday that al-Adnani was "martyred while surveying the operations to repel the military campaigns in Aleppo".

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  • Twitter co-founder says company must consider sale

    Twitter co-founder says company must consider sale

    Williams, who also sits on Twitter's board of directors, said in an interview that the platform must take into account all the opportunities it is now faced with. Verizon, which is shelling out $4.8 billion to buy ailing internet giant Yahoo, also is rumored to be interested in the tech bird. The talks clearly didn't amount to much.

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  • U.S. belies report of IS spokesman killing

    U.S. belies report of IS spokesman killing

    While the U.S. did not immediately confirm al-Adnani's death, such assessments can often take days and announcements are sometimes pipped by militant organisations. "I know what ISIL itself has said". "We don't trust - we are not going to be satisfied simply to trust ISIL and the Russians on this". She says based on information from both Isis and the Pentagon, he was killed in a targeted air strike, that was carried out by the United States coalition forces.

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  • France joins dissenters over US-EU trade deal

    France joins dissenters over US-EU trade deal

    Matthias Fekl, cited by the WSJ , said on French radio that "France no longer politically supports these negotiations", adding that "The Americans are giving us nothing". The European Commission, which is handling the talks, has repeatedly insisted the "ball is still rolling" on the talks and that it would be prepared to ink the deal by the end of the year.

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  • Security Council strongly condemns DPRK missile launches

    Reiterating the importance of maintaining peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in North-East Asia at large, the Council expressed its commitment to a peaceful, diplomatic and political solution to the situation and welcomed efforts by Council members, as well as other States to facilitate a peaceful and comprehensive solution through dialogue.

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  • Brazil's ousted and incoming leaders go from allies to foes

    Brazil's ousted and incoming leaders go from allies to foes

    The Senate voted 61 to 20 in favor of Rousseff's impeachment, meeting the two-thirds majority vote needed in order to remove her from presidency. Brazil's Senate voted 61-20 on Wednesday to remove Rousseff from office over budget irregularities, with Michel Temer immediately replacing her.

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  • Turkey strikes IS targets in Syria

    Turkey strikes IS targets in Syria

    Also Wednesday, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said military operations in Syria "will continue until all terrorist elements have been neutralized, until all threats to our borders, our lands and our citizens are completely over". However, the U.S. command was reluctant to provide air cover and reportedly delayed scrambling jets for about an hour, making excuses, though such scenarios were previously agreed between the U.S.

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  • Gabon opposition says HQ attacked by presidential guard

    Ping's supporters quickly claimed election fraud. In remarks made before the results were released, the EU's observer mission criticized a " lack of transparency " among the institutions running the polls and said Bongo had benefited from preferential access to money and media.

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  • Maine governor says he's mulling resigning

    In an interview with reporters later Thursday, LePage said he would like to challenge Gattine to a duel, and "would point it right between his eyes". Lawrence City Council President Kendrys Vasquez went further, saying he would propose banning city workers from traveling to ME on business until LePage apologizes.

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  • South Africa in complete command in Pretoria

    The Proteas wrapped up the match and the series after a 204-run victory on the fourth day. A masterful display of swing bowling from Dale Steyn, who picked up his first five-wicket haul in worldwide cricket since December 2014, helped South Africa bowl New Zealand out for 195 in their chase of 400 on the fourth day in Centurion.

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  • Clinton defends her family's foundation, says work will go on

    The survey comes from YouGov , and it was done with the intention of finding out if voters really consider the election to be the lesser of two evils, as it has often been described. Trump for President Arizona campaign director Brian Seitchik said Friday that next week's planned visit has been postponed, "but we look forward to having another Arizona event scheduled soon".

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  • Afirma Maduro que no cederá 'jamás' a presiones de sus opositores

    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 lunes, las autoridades venezolanas detuvieron al opositor Yon Goicoechea , acusándolo de portar detonantes para explosivos que según el gobierno serían usados en la marcha .

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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 details unveiled, processor to support Google Daydream VR platform

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 details unveiled, processor to support Google Daydream VR platform

    Additionally, Qualcomm is promising 10 percent faster app loading and boot speeds with the new SoC, and a five percent bump in both energy efficiency and graphics processing speed (653 MHz from 624 MHz). With the Snapdragon 821, Qualcomm claims to have improved the overall user experience when compared to the 820, performance, power consumption, along with adding new features and functionality.

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  • Stranger Things Season 2 Is Confirmed!

    Stranger Things Season 2 Is Confirmed!

    They told Entertainment Weekly that numerous characters will return to Hawkins, IN to continue the story of Will, Dustin, Mike, Lucas and, maybe, Eleven, the mysterious girl with telekinetic abilities who may or may not have died at the end of season one.

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  • TomTom at IFA 2016: Innovation to Get People Going

    TomTom at IFA 2016: Innovation to Get People Going

    Pretty much any decent fitness tracker you buy these days has the ability to track stats such as distance, speed, calories, or in some cases even your location if there is Global Positioning System built into it. Unexplored routes can be uploaded from the MySports website to the watch. The Spark 3 will also be available in different configurations - without heart rate monitoring or without music storage, for example - down to as low as $129.

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  • Camber Sands deaths: Lifeguards to remain for summer season

    An RNLI spokesperson said the search for the "potentially missing swimmer" was being co-ordinated by Sussex Police and the coastguard, and that their lifeguards were keeping watch from the beach with binoculars. Satthiyanathan Arumukam, 51, the father of brothers Kenigan and Kobi, said: 'There were no lifeguards on the beach where they died. The three friends went under the water to try and save them but all five got into difficulty.

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