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  • Plex adds cord-cutter friendly over-the-air DVR

    Plex adds cord-cutter friendly over-the-air DVR

    The DVR pairs with any digital antenna and an HDHomeRun (HDHR) digital tuner for immediate access to broadcast TV delivered via antenna. At launch, the DVR feature doesn't offer any way to tap into live broadcasts, but Plex's director of product and growth Jason Williams told Variety this week that the company may add live TV viewing over time.

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  • Three Brits dead in Italian natural disaster, local officials say

    Three Brits dead in Italian natural disaster, local officials say

    The death toll in the Italian quake has risen to 250 as rescuers continue efforts to find survivors. "We share in the grief of the lives cut short by this bad event", said Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion in a statement. In Amatrice, some 50 elderly and children spent the night inside a local sports facility. Other assistance was spiritual. "We're among the best in the world in managing emergencies", Renzi said, praising the men and women, many of them volunteers, who jump into ...

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  • Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus

    This time around it looks like Apple is concentrating on making the specs of the iPhone 7 match its new Android competitor. Every leaked photo shows that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are going to largely continue on with the rounded edges that we saw reintroduced in the iPhone 6, after a few generations of sharper edges.

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  • Cuba: llega el primer vuelo comercial de Estados Unidos

    Cuba: llega el primer vuelo comercial de Estados Unidos

    El puente aéreo entre Cuba y Estados Unidos, que estuvo roto por más de 50 años, ha vuelto a restablecerse con llegada a suelo cubano de un avión de la aerolínea Jet Blue procedente de Fort Lauderdale, Florida. La reanudación de los vuelos comerciales entre Cuba y Estados Unidos -rota en 1961- es un ejemplo de cómo las relaciones entre estos dos vecinos ha ido mejorando desde que el 17 de diciembre de 2014 los presidente Barack Obama y Raúl Castro decidieran romper el hielo que separó a ...

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  • Matt Lauer Is Moderating NBC's Commander-in-Chief Forum

    The event will be the first joint event for the presidential candidates. Trump and Clinton will take questions from an audience comprised of veterans and active duty members of the military about national security, military affairs and veterans issues, according to NBC News.

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  • Six Bangladeshis infected with Zika in Singapore

    Most mosquito-caused Zika cases in Florida are in the Miami area, not the tourist mecca of Orlando. The current Zika outbreak was first detected in Brazil and has since spread across America and the Caribbean. Subramaniam said the virus was believed to be imported from Singapore because the woman started experiencing symptoms on the same day as her daughter.

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  • Woman leaves prison after feticide conviction overturned

    Woman leaves prison after feticide conviction overturned

    St Joseph Superior Court judge Elizabeth Hurley said she should serve 18 months for neglect of a dependent and that she does not have to be placed on parole. She put the child's body in a trash bin behind her family's restaurant. But the appeals court disagreed, saying that since being enacted in 1979 the law had only been used to prosecute those who attacked pregnant women.

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  • Gabon presidential poll 'lacked transparency — European Union observers

    The EU EOM comprised 73 observers from the European Union (EU) who delivered their preliminary report on the eve of the proclamation of the official results of the presidential election. The EU monitoring team said that in the run-up to the election, incumbent Bongo enjoyed an unfair advantage over his rivals. Bongo, whose family has governed for almost 50 years, has called for calm and for people to wait for official results on Tuesday.

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  • Janelle Monáe's cousin killed in drive-by shooting

    Janelle Monáe's cousin killed in drive-by shooting

    Tuesday when someone fired shots into her bedroom, killing her. "Loved by her community", she tweeted. The unfiltered songstress, who has always been a proponent of the Black Lives Matter movement, took to her timeline on Wednesday (Aug. McElwee said Hays spent much of her time assisting others. "Praying4more light. Help us", she wrote moments later. Evil has no race. Monáe who has been a prominent celebrity supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement discussed her frustration about the ...

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  • Australia Prints New Money Designed To Help The Vision-impaired

    Australia Prints New Money Designed To Help The Vision-impaired

    The Reserve Bank has not revealed the cost of replacing the 170 million $5 bills in current circulation, saying it is a "commercial in confidence" matter for Note Printing Australia. Although the new $5 notes are being released this week, the RBA says consumers may only notice them gradually appearing at the shops, as banks distribute the new currency to retailers and other customers.

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  • Trump se reúne con presidente de México en medio de críticas

    Trump se reúne con presidente de México en medio de críticas

    En entrevista con Paola Rojas en Televisa, la titular de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) señaló que la reunión buscó acercarse a Trump al considerar que estaba desinformado de la relación entre ambos países y que ésta debe estar basada en el respeto y la integración.

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  • Confirman fecha de homenaje a Juan Gabriel en Bellas Artes

    Confirman fecha de homenaje a Juan Gabriel en Bellas Artes

    Ese servicio será seguido "por una celebración pública de la vida de nuestro padre y de su carrera musical", detalló la nota. El mensaje agrega: Hemos compartido a nuestro padre con el público todas nuestras vidas. Este fin de semana la población y las autoridades de Juárez , estado de Chihuahua , donde vivió Juan Gabriel , lo recordarán con una gran velada cultural.

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  • Gabon Parliament set on fire after disputed elections

    One person was killed, said Ping's campaign director, Rene Ndemezo'o Obiang. However, the results - which gave Mr Bongo 49.8 per cent to Mr Ping's 48.23 per cent (a gap of less than 6,000 votes) - remain "provisional" until approved by the constitutional court.

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  • Pennsylvania Attorney General Resigns Following Jury Conviction Blog The State AG Report

    A jury convicted Kane, a former Lackawanna County prosecutor who was elected attorney general in 2012 and was considered a rising star among Democrats, of the charges late Monday after hearing five days of testimony, finding she orchestrated the illegal disclosure of secret grand jury information to the media and then engaged in acts created to hide and cover up her conduct.

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  • Cobre sigue en caída libre y acumula pérdida mensual de 5,16%

    Cobre sigue en caída libre y acumula pérdida mensual de 5,16%

    El metal rojo terminó las operaciones a US$2,08766 la libra comparado con US$2,09061 la libra del cierre anterior, registrando su menor nivel desde el 21 de junio. Un dólar valorizado reduce la demanda por materias primas debido a que las hace más caras para los tenedores de otras divisas. El aluminio caía 0.5% a 1,622 dólares, mientras el níquel perdía un 0.2% a 9,810 dólares.

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  • Nigeria targets officials accused of stealing food from Boko Haram victims

    Nigeria targets officials accused of stealing food from Boko Haram victims

    Ango Abdullahi, has said if Nigerians has found it hard to live together in peace, the component units should find it convenient to go their separate ways. "Gains were made but unfortunately the weather conditions became such that we to pull out waiting for more favorable conditions". Irabor's base on the outskirts of Maiduguri, a sprawling military complex with rows of residential blocks for officers, is the most visible sign of a shake-up introduced by Buhari, a former military ruler.

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  • Ciudad Juárez homenajeará a Juan Gabriel el fin de semana

    En conferencia de prensa informó que "tentativamente, el próximo sábado llegarán a esta frontera las cenizas de Juan Gabriel , por lo que de ser así, el homenaje se llevaría a cabo ese día y como alternativa en la avenida 16 de septiembre, frente a la casa del cantautor".

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  • New iPhone ready for debut - and a big change

    While it's unknown if it's the real thing (and it's easy to spoof such inserts), it contained a reference to EarPods that would connect through an iPhone's Lightning port. Over the last several months, rumors have surfaced saying that Apple is planning to launch a new iPhone in September . Apple has finally announced a date for its annual fall press event, where the tech giant is expected to unveil its latest iPhone model.

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  • Turkey denies truce with Syrian Kurds despite lull

    Turkey denies truce with Syrian Kurds despite lull

    The assault on the Kurdish-led forces has sparked worldwide concern and Washington had said on Tuesday that the two sides had agreed to a ceasefire . On Tuesday, the Kurdish-backed Jarablus Military Council said it had agreed to a cease-fire with the Turkish military in a disputed area in northern Syria after lengthy consultations with the anti-IS coalition.

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  • "¿ Prefieres feminismo o cáncer?": Clinton alerta del nuevo fichaje de Donald Trump

    Más disciplinado, se concentra en lanzar dardos contra Clinton y ventilar las acusaciones de tráfico de influencia a través de la Fundación Clinton, en vez de discurrir en polémicas innecesarias. "Aquellos que no crean en nuestra Constitución, o quien apoye la intolerancia y el odio, no serán admitidos para inmigrar a este país", adelantó Trump el lunes en un discurso en Ohio.

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  • Victim identified in fatal plane crash over Lake Pontchartrain

    Victim identified in fatal plane crash over Lake Pontchartrain

    It took searches by the Coast Guard and other agencies to locate the wreckage, not far from the runway strip at Lakefront Airport. Recovery workers used a crane to lift the plane onto the barge Tuesday morning. Hilliard has three young children. He owned a tattoo shop in Baton Rouge and was a rap artist. The investigation into the crash is being led by the National Transportation Safety Board, with the assistance of the Federal Aviation Administration.

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  • Colin Kaepernick Wearing 'Pig Cop' Socks to Practice

    Colin Kaepernick Wearing 'Pig Cop' Socks to Practice

    The "All of Me" singer's disapproval of "The Star-Spangled Banner" came just days after NFL star Colin Kaepernick sparked a national debate by opting not to stand for the song during a San Francisco 49ers pre-season game last Friday. Halloran wrote he wishes Kaepernick "could see the emotional and psychological challenges that our officers face following a fatal encounter" and suggests the quarterback "could lend his commentary to the over 8,000 murders that African Americans inflicted ...

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  • Japan, US blast N. Korea's submarine missile launch

    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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  • Lily Allen quits Twitter

    Lily Allen quits Twitter

    Taking to Twitter, she wrote: 'Anyway, I think I'll steer clear of the internets for a bit. "This s**t just makes me more determined TBH (to be honest)". A day after the drama unfurled. Since the reported incident Lily has changed her Twitter name to "Dramatic Collapser" and tweeted an email ahead of the article which featured in The Sun , where she wrote in response: 'Truth is I'm just a lightweight, I had 2 cans of Strongbow on an empty stomach.

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  • Iranian military ships charge with weapons out at US Navy destroyer

    Iranian military ships charge with weapons out at US Navy destroyer

    Iran's naval forces will warn or confront any foreign ship entering the country's territorial waters, the Iranian defense minister said Thursday, remarks that came after an incident this week involving a US warship. "If an American ship enters Iran's maritime region, it will definitely get a warning". "We believe that these type of actions are of concern, they unnecessarily escalate tensions", State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau told a briefing.

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  • UN chief Ban Ki-moon begins visit to Sri Lanka

    UN chief Ban Ki-moon begins visit to Sri Lanka

    A handful of Buddhist monks representing the nationalist group "Ravana Force" gathered opposite the United Nations compound defying a police order to protest while the Joint Opposition, the backers of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa, too, handed over a petition.

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