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  • Hiding in supplies truck, prisoner flees from Parappana Agrahara jail

    Hiding in supplies truck, prisoner flees from Parappana Agrahara jail

    David has been booked under Sections 224 and 225 of IPC for escaping lawful custody at Parappana Agrahara police station. Parappana Agrahara police have registered a case and are investigating. "During mornings, undertrials are allowed to access the kitchen for refreshments". David, who was strolling around, found the van unguarded, sneaked into its carrier compartment and hid himself amidst the gunny bags containing vegetables, police said.

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  • Gupta family wants to sell all shareholding in S

    Gupta family wants to sell all shareholding in S

    The family, however, denied the accusation. He said "several prospective global buyers" were already lining up to take the shares off the hands of the Guptas, well known as President Jacob Zuma's benefactors, and that they "will soon be in a position to make further announcements".

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  • Santos oficializa para el 2 de octubre el plebiscito

    Santos reiteró que el Acuerdo Final de Paz se hará " entre el 20 y el 30 de septiembre ". La fecha de la firma es asunto crucial porque un día después comenzará a contar el plazo de 180 días para la dejación de armas y la desmovilización de las FARC , bajo la supervisión de la comisión internacional liderada por la ONU.

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  • TS Hermine heads for FL; Hawaii lashed by Madeline

    TS Hermine heads for FL; Hawaii lashed by Madeline

    Starting around 11 p.m. Thursday and continuing through Friday night, there is a high chance for showers, thunderstorms, and heavy winds in Beaufort County. The Big Island and Maui County remain under a tropical storm warning , though the storm is weakening , with maximum sustained winds of 50 miles per hour.

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  • Russian athletes blocked from competing under neutral banner at Rio Paralympics

    Russian athletes blocked from competing under neutral banner at Rio Paralympics

    Appeals to overturn the ban failed at the Court of Arbitation for Sport and the Swiss Supreme Court. In such circumstances, it is necessary, proportionate and lawful for the IPC to suspend the Russian Paralympic Committee's membership rights, including the right to enter athletes in the Paralympic Games, until the Russian Paralympic Committee can demonstrate that it is able to enforce the IPC Anti-Doping Code effectively in Russia, without interference from the Russian Government.

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  • Juric shines as Australia down Iraq in Perth

    Juric shines as Australia down Iraq in Perth

    The home side were strong favourites but they didn't have it all their own way until QPR's Luongo and FC Luzern striker Juric scored in a seven-minute, second-half burst. On 26 minutes, Mathew Leckie's majestic long-range header reduced goalkeeper Mohammed Hameed to a bystander, only to bounce off the inside of the post and away.

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  • Can Germany's Merkel Contain the Domestic Backlash Against Her Refugee Policy?

    Ms Merkel said with the daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung that her mantra - which she has used repeatedly since coining it on August 31 a year ago and which has divided opinion in Germany - remains "the right motif for this task". Mrs. Merkel also said in the interview. Countries that had looked to German leadership during the eurozone debt crisis would largely ignore Berlin's demands for them to share the refugee burden under a binding quota system.

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  • Gabon commission reviews delayed presidential vote results

    Mr Bongo, 57, sent his sons to school in Britain and owns a £50 million house in Mayfair. In a preliminary report on Tuesday, the observation mission said they were disturbed by a "lack of transparency" in the vote. each of us to respect the verdict of the ballot box and our institutions", Bongo said in the text of a speech distributed to reporters. Ping, a political insider who has served as foreign minister and African Union Commission chairman, was a close ally of the late president and ...

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  • Florida encuentra zika en mosquitos atrapados

    Estados Unidos tiene actualmente un total de 47 casos locales de zika , todos en Florida. Según el Departamento de Agricultura y Servicio al Consumidor de este estado, el resultado que dieron los test a mosquitos atrapados en la turística South Beach, en donde en agosto se confirmó la presencia de casos autóctonos, es "desalentador, pero no sorprendente".

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  • No nos vamos a dejar tumbar — Cabello

    Yon Goicoechea es un líder conocido por haber impulsado multitudinarias manifestaciones estudiantiles en 2007 contra el gobierno del fallecido presidente Hugo Chávez . "Se ha pretendido, según la argumentación del Gobierno , focalizar la eventualidad de los disturbios del 1 de septiembre en Voluntad Popular y en algunos de sus dirigentes (.) van segmentando las culpas a los efectos de aislar las responsabilidades y después irán asignándolas una a una a dirigentes y organizaciones", ...

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  • Llega a Cuba primer vuelo comercial de EE.UU. en 55 años

    El primer vuelo comercial regular entre Estados Unidos y Cuba desde 1961 aterrizó hoy en Santa Clara a las 10.57 hora local. El secretario de Transporte estadounidense, Anthony Foxx , viajó a Cuba "en coincidencia con este vuelo inaugural", informó el martes el ministerio de Transporte de la isla.

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  • Mazda recalling 2.2m cars globally

    Mazda recalling 2.2m cars globally

    Mazda Motor Corp.is recalling 2.3 million cars world-wide because of rear door and engine problems, Japan's transport ministry said Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported . For 117,030 of the cars being recalled, the issue came from a malfunction in the chip controlling diesel engines that could cause the engine to stop running.

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  • Kosovo government holds up debated vote on Montenegro deal

    Kosovo government holds up debated vote on Montenegro deal

    Prime Minister Isa Mustafa told lawmakers in the assembly on September 1 that a vote on the deal expected that day could not go forward, RFE/RL reports. Mustafa's announcement was met with cheers of "Victory!" and "Down with the government!" by protesters. On Tuesday, Kosovo police arrested six Self-Determination activists after a grenade was sacked at parliament, one of several attacks that rattled Pristina ahead of the scheduled vote.

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  • Kerry, Lavrov: 'close' on Syrian peace agreement

    Kerry, Lavrov: 'close' on Syrian peace agreement

    The U.N. has been pushing for a 48-hour cease-fire in beleaguered Aleppo so humanitarian aid can be shipped into the city. Lavrov also stressed that there can be no possibility of guaranteeing the cessation of combat activities without separating the "opposition" from terrorists, adding that a new round of direct dialogue between the Syrian government and the "opposition" should be launched.

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  • Slight gains reported in reading, math scores

    Slight gains reported in reading, math scores

    The data being released show how well entire schools performed in the academic year that ended in May and how students have done in staying on course to graduate ready for a career or college. Among all schools previous year that received a D or F, 93 percent had enrollments with at least 50 percent of students from low-income families. End-of-grade performance results in reading and math also showed gains in grade-level proficiency.

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  • ISIL's Abu Mohamed Al-Adnani 'Dead In Syria's Aleppo'

    Russian Federation has been flying its own bombing campaign in Syria in support of leader Bashar Assad since previous year, but this is the first time they have claimed to have killed a top-ranking IS leader. Adnani was "the most viscerally aggressive ISIS leader in the public eye", said Charles Lister. Adnani has been identified as the highest-ranking Syrian inside the Islamic State.

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  • Dallas chief who oversaw response to sniper attack to retire

    Dallas chief who oversaw response to sniper attack to retire

    Chief Brown , 55, said he would retire at the end of October, according to a statement released by Dallas police. He said he plans to address the media about his retirement on September 8. Rawlings said during a news conference Thursday that Brown was the longest-serving police chief in Dallas in recent decades. Since that time I have taken great pride in knowing that we have always been part of the solution and helped to make Dallas the world class city it is today.

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  • Why Facebook was launching a satellite into space

    This weekend's scheduled launch of the Amos-6 telecommunications satellite on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket would have marked the first step in Zuckerberg's vision of providing low-priced internet access via satellite for millions if not billions of people in underserved regions of the world.

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  • Key facts about Mother Teresa

    Even after health problems led her to resign as head of the Missionaries of Charities in 1990, her order re-elected her as superior, and she continued traveling at a pace that would have exhausted people half her age. I would venture that God was crying over our catastrophic manoeuvrings in the Middle East and the mayhem we were to cause. Sister Kathleen had invited Blessed Teresa to Notre Dame as part of a speaker series for International Women's Year, an observance declared by the United ...

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  • Penn State prof possibly alive for days after quarry plunge

    Penn State prof possibly alive for days after quarry plunge

    Pennsylvania State Trooper Brian Wakefield, the lead investigator in the case, testified that Ronald Bettig's fall on August 12 also may have left him unconscious, reports PennLive . On August 17, police found Bettig's body with buzzards hovering above it. According to Wakefield, they went from concerned friends to prime suspects after someone reported seeing a woman matching Geier's description at the quarry on that date.

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine may grow to hurricane strength before hitting Florida

    Tropical Storm Hermine may grow to hurricane strength before hitting Florida

    Tropical force winds of 39 to 57 miles per hour. Graphic courtesy the National Hurricane Center . The coast also could get storm-surge inundation as high as 5 to 8 feet from the Ochlockonee River to Keaton Beach. Significant rain also was possible in southeast Georgia, central to eastern SC and eastern North Carolina. Tropical Storm Hermine is drawing a bead on the southeastern United States - including SC and North Carolina.

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  • Pokemon Go hunters catch real thief

    Pokemon Go hunters catch real thief

    That's when they heard a auto alarm go off. They followed the masked man in their van and pulled up next to him as he was getting into another vehicle. Police say the hunters held the suspect until they arrived. "They were fearless enough to hold him till our staff arrived and we thank them for a job well done".

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  • Bayonet Point Hospital Evacuated After Fire

    Bayonet Point Hospital Evacuated After Fire

    Primary power has since been restored, but the patients can not come back until the backup power is also fully restored. The hospital has set up a number for families to call to be reunited with relatives: 877-344-1313 option 9. The hospital evacuated dozens of patients safely and will continue moving them all night because it has no backup power, the county said in a statement.

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  • Trump backers sport 'Make Mexico Great Again Also' hat

    Trump backers sport 'Make Mexico Great Again Also' hat

    He poured forth an hourlong harangue against all things alien, highlighting the lurid crimes of a handful of illegal immigrants as if to define the character of millions. His critics saw it as more of the same. One aide described the businessman as "very, very pumped" as his plane travelled to Phoenix for the day's final event.

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  • That smoke coming from the southwest? It's probably the Holy fire

    That smoke coming from the southwest? It's probably the Holy fire

    The smokejumpers "parachute into the most remote places, they do their job and the next job they have is to find their way out of the forest", Kurtz said. The cause of the blaze is still under investigation, and no structures are threatened at this time, Kurtz said. At least 150 firefighters were on the ground battling the fire, while seven air tankers and 11 helicopters were attacking it from the air.

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  • Rousseff apela su destitución en la corte suprema de Brasil

    Mientras el presidente uruguayo Tabaré Vázquez guardó silencio, el diputado Daniel Caggiani, vicepresidente del Parlasur y miembro del gobernante Frente Amplio, manifestó que "no hay más democracia en Brasil". Asimismo, el Senado rechazó en una segunda votación la propuesta de que la exguerrillera, de 68 años, quedará inhabilitada para ejercer cargos públicos.

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  • WikiLeaks' Assange: Liberal Media 'Erecting A Demon' in Clinton

    WikiLeaks' Assange: Liberal Media 'Erecting A Demon' in Clinton

    Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange lashed out at the American press on Wednesday, saying that it is "erecting a demon " by defending Hillary Clinton . WikiLeaks in July leaked a trove of stolen Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails on the eve of the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, sparking the resignation of several key officials, including former chairwoman Rep.

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