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  • North Korea executes vice premier for education: Seoul

    The official sentence which carried him to the firing squad was "an anti-party, anti-revolutionary agitator" as allegedly reported by an official minister who wishes to remain anonymous. As it denounced a UN Security Council statement condemning its latest ballistic missile launch, North Korea threatened to turn United States troops into ashes in a moment.

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  • Jueza acepta Acción de Protección presentada por Correa

    Jueza acepta Acción de Protección presentada por Correa

    A la audiencia, que se desarrolló en menos de una hora en el complejo judicial de la ciudadela Florida Norte, no asistieron ni el presidente Correa ni los otros oficiales accionados por él: Diego Rubio Espinosa, Marco Vinicio Cáceres, Luis Kon Becerra, José Zumarraga y Luis Ordóñez Eras.

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  • Teen killed, PDP MP's house attacked in Kashmir

    A doctor at the District Hospital in Baramulla said that Danish was brought to the hospital and later succumbed to his injuries. They said police and soldiers also beat up residents and ransacked homes in the village. Dozens of protesters were injured in the clash. In Occupied Kashmir, one youth was martyred and over 100 including teenagers and women injured in indiscriminate firing by Indian forces on peaceful protesters on 54th consecutive day on Wednesday .

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  • North Korean Vice Premier Executed, South Korea Says

    Kim Yong Jin, 63, was executed by firing squad last month after he was accused of having a bad attitude during a parliamentary meeting in June, Yonhap reported . Robert Kelly, a political science professor, says that as long as China continues to back the regime, the elites in North Korea will continue to remain loyal to Kim , the National Post reports .

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  • El Senado destituye a Dilma Rousseff en Brasil

    El presidente de Bolivia , Evo Morales, condenó lo que considera un "golpe parlamentario" en Brasil y convocó a su embajador en Brasilia, José Antonio Kinn. En otro tuit, anunció la convocatoria al embajador boliviano en Brasil "para asumir las medidas que en este momento se aconsejan". La expresidenta de Argentina Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (2007-2015) aseveró, respecto a la destitución hoy de Dilma Rousseff como jefa de Estado brasileña, que "se consumó en Brasil el golpe ...

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  • Gas prices lowest in 11 years on Labor Day in Carolinas

    Gas prices lowest in 11 years on Labor Day in Carolinas

    The end of the summer driving season marked by Labor Day weekend should lead to less demand for gas and falling price, according to GasBuddy's press release. The downturn accelerated when sanctions on Iran were eased, leading Iran to boost production and fight for market share against Saudi Arabia and the United States.

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  • Troopers say no survivors in Alaska midair crash

    The collision took place near the towns of Bethel and Russian Mission, Alaska, about 376 miles west of Anchorage. Alaska State Troopers confirmed no survivors were found at the site of the wreckage in an online release Wednesday afternoon.

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  • Why Princeton is the best college in the US

    Why Princeton is the best college in the US

    The Princeton Review also ranks Lawrence Tech as one of the nation's top green schools for its environmental programs and focus. "We make our selections primarily based on data we collect through our annual surveys of administrators at several hundred four-year colleges", he said.

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  • AB de Villiers' autobiography

    AB de Villiers' autobiography

    Contemplating the reasons behind the selectors' decision, de Villiers said he "sensed the selectors thought Vernon would thrive in New Zealand conditions", but added that there could have been "other considerations" in the selection of the playing XI, ESPNcricinfo reported .

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  • Kaine slams Trump for not disclosing taxes, foreign ties

    Kaine says that Trump's ties to Russian Federation create a conflict of interest in the United State and overseas. "This past March at a Republican debate, Trump was talking about his business acumen. Last week, an NBC report revealed that Trump's long-time doctor spent five minutes writing his letter previous year that claimed the real estate mogul would be the healthiest president ever elected and that he wrote it while a limo sent by Trump's campaign was outside the doctor's office.

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  • Bangladeshi woman stabbed to death in NY

    Bangladeshi woman stabbed to death in NY

    The family of the victim believes that the attack may be a hate crime, Pix 11 reports. Khanam had been walking home with her husband from the souvenir shop they ran nearby. in 2008 and the couple was running a grocery store. "I don't think as a 60-year-old woman she has any enemies", Miah said. The victim is survived by three children.

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  • Snags to Canada-China free trade: labour, environment and investment

    Snags to Canada-China free trade: labour, environment and investment

    The Canadian government made the announcement after the prime minister met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday in Beijing, but did not immediately specify how much money it would put into the new bank. Those cases include Kevin Garratt, a Canadian imprisoned for more than two years in China on espionage charges. China's Premier Li Keqiang speaks during a joint press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Wednesday, Aug.

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  • Colin Kaepernick expected to sit out national anthem again on 'Military Night'

    West Tennessee is full of good people who love their country, but I've attended enough games in the area to know Colin Kaepernick isn't the only one disrespecting the flag and national anthem. To the contrary, he was protesting the many, many ways in which we fail to live up to and defend those values, to fight for equal protection and justice for all.

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  • Denver Post reporter dies after being struck by car

    Denver Post reporter dies after being struck by car

    The Post said O'Connor joined the newspaper in July 2004. She was a reporter for the Post's Now Team and previously worked as a food writer and city desk reporter. An update by police at 9:47 p.m. said the collision "is now being investigated as a fatal" accident. The driver pulled over after the collision and called 911 to report that he was involved in a traffic incident, police said.

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  • Tras visita, Peña ve amenaza en Trump

    Tras visita, Peña ve amenaza en Trump

    En Ciudad de México ayer se realizaron dos manifestaciones contra la visita, una en el Hemiciclo a Juárez y otra ante el Ángel de la Independencia. Ante las fuertes palabras de Trump, el gobernador del Banco de México , Agustín Carstens, ha dicho que la posibilidad de que el magnate gane las elecciones en Estados Unidos se refleja "implícitamente" en los modelos de riesgos del Banco Central.

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  • Oil Prices Climb On Weather Fears, OPEC Speculation

    Oil Prices Climb On Weather Fears, OPEC Speculation

    While there was optimism early in August about a possible OPEC production cut, this turned to pessimism after Iran repeated that it would not freeze production until it reaches its pre-sanction oil output levels, while smaller OPEC members have already communicated their unwillingness to cap output.

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  • Rousseff's supporters take to the streets to protest impeachment vote

    Unlike numerous politicians who led the charge to oust her, Rousseff, 68, remains a rare breed in Brazil: a prominent leader who has not been accused of illegally enriching herself. "I am certain I can say "See you soon". Bolivian president Evo Morales announced the recall of ambassador Jose Kim after threatening to do so Tuesday should Rousseff be removed from office.

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  • Maine governor won't hold town hall meeting

    LePage's angry voicemail followed an exchange with a newspaper reporter who asked about comments the governor had made blaming black and Hispanic people for the heroin trade in the northeastern state. "The next moment, he's shooting off a tweet saying he didn't mean it". Democrats say LePage's apology falls short and feel the governor should be punished.

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  • Amalia Granata participó del Congreso del Frente Renovador:

    Amalia Granata participó del Congreso del Frente Renovador: "No descarto ser candidata"

    Al ser consultada sobre la posibilidad de participar en las próximas elecciones como diputada, Granata indicó al diario La Nación: "No lo sé". La modelo Amalia Granata , ahora devenida panelista , dijo presente en el Congreso del Frente Renovador - UNA y no descartó en un futuro cercano candidatearse para algún cargo: "Empecé a militar hace bastante por Santa Fe, mi provincia.

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  • Tropical Storm warning canceled for Madeline

    Tropical Storm warning canceled for Madeline

    Tropical Storm Hermine strengthened Thursday morning as it barreled toward the Gulf Coast of Florida, where it's expected to make landfall as a hurricane by early Friday. If it becomes a hurricane - that is, if its sustained wind speeds top 74 miles per hour - it would be the first hurricane to make landfall in Florida since Wilma in 2005.

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  • Juan Gabriel: Reportan que sus restos ya habrían sido cremados

    Por ahora no hay una versión oficial de cómo se realizara el velorio y funeral de Juan Gabriel , sin embargo, Silvia Urquidi, representante del compositor dijo que la familia desea estar a solas con él . Desde la tarde del martes, los medios de Miami, Florida, acudieron a una vivienda en South West Ranches, del Condado Broward, donde tiene su propiedad Iván Aguilera, uno de los hijos de Juan Gabriel .

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  • Santos ordena cese final del fuego con las FARC

    El mandatario entregó el texto del acuerdo a Lizcano, pues las normas exigen que el Congreso debe estar enterado de las razones por las que es convocado un plebiscito. De la Calle , por su parte, definió lo que se viene como "una maratón pedagógica" para explicarle a los colombianos lo acordado en La Habana . Los seis puntos generales del acuerdo abarcan la reforma rural, participación política, cese bilateral del fuego y dejación de armas, solución al problema de las drogas ilícitas, ...

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  • México no pagará por muro fronterizo, advierte Peña Nieto a Trump

    Trump añadió que su sorpresiva reunión con Peña Nieto, de la cual informamos ampliamente en la página 8 de esta edición, incluyó una discusión sobre detener el flujo de drogas ilegales a través de la frontera sur, y compartieron el objetivo de sacar del negocio a los cárteles de narcotráfico.

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  • Amber Alert Issued For 11-Month-Old Abducted From SF

    Amber Alert Issued For 11-Month-Old Abducted From SF

    Wednesday. Phoebe Haynes has been identified as the suspect. The boy is described as black with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black jacket, skirt, and boots. The alert also applies to San Mateo, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, Marin, Solano, and Alameda counties. The car's front bumper may be black, police said.

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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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