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  • Florida braces for 'life-threatening' Tropical Storm Hermine

    Florida braces for 'life-threatening' Tropical Storm Hermine

    Greaves says he lived in South Florida when Hurricane Andrew devastated the region in 1992. The toll, in terms of physical, emotional, and financial damage alike, could be brutal. And no inbound vessels are being allowed to call until the storm passes. A tropical storm warning has been issued for Glynn County. Winds across then inland areas will gust as high as 30 to 40 miles per hour.

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  • Colombia quiere continuar trabajando con "Gobierno constitucional" de Brasil

    En un mensaje, de acuerdo con información del diario "O Globo”, Rousseff aseguró que el Senado dañó a la Constitución con su resolución y que el veredicto de los legisladores pasará a la Historia como una "gran injusticia". Rousseff negó cualquier delito en el asunto y acusó a sus oponentes políticos de usar el juicio como una forma para destituirla y socavar la democracia en Brasil .

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  • Apple CEO: EU tax ruling total political crap

    The EU's investigations of Apple and other multinationals trace their origins to a 2014 leak of documents that showed how big companies shop around among EU states to get as low a corporate tax rate as possible. "Ireland is being picked on and this is unacceptable". While the end game can't possibly be predicted at this early stage, one thing's for sure - Apple vs the European Union is going to be one hell of a ride.

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  • Kerry in Bangladesh for talks on security, human rights

    After weekend talks in Geneva on Syria, Kerry arrived in the capital Dhaka for his first official visit to deepen cooperation between the two countries including on economic development and human rights. Here you have a ranking member of the Regime actually saying the people wouldn't know as much. Kerry is due to meet with civic leaders as well as embattled Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda Zia, a bitter rival of Hasina.

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  • Dhaka café attack suspect killed in police shootout

    There has been one confirmed case of mistaken identity. They did not surrender. They threw four to five grenades at police and fired from AK 22 rifles. Daesh had claimed responsibility for the cafe attack. "The gunfight erupted after police started raiding a building at Naraynganjs Pikeparha on the outskirts of Dhaka ", Counter-terrorism Units Additional Deputy Commissioner Sanowar Hossain was quoted as saying by the bdnews24.com.

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  • Clinton raises a combined $143 million in August

    Clinton raises a combined $143 million in August

    The committees ended August with a combined $152 million of cash on hand. Her haul in August is more than 50 percent higher than both the total that Clinton raised in July and that President Obama, himself a prodigious fundraiser, collected during the same period four years ago.

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  • Once Skeptical Of Trump, Colorado Businessman Supports Immigration Stance

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers an immigration policy speech during a campaign rally at the Phoenix Convention Center, Wednesday, Aug. Trump was back to demanding Mexico pay for the wall during his speech in Phoenix Wednesday night. "I am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most unsafe criminal illegal immigrants in America, who have evaded justice, just like Hillary Clinton has evaded justice, okay?" ...

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  • Comenzó la "Toma de Caracas"

    Hasta ahora las marchas transcurren en calma. Télam agrega que patrullas, motocicletas, tanquetas, y vehículos de los cuerpos de Policía, inteligencia, y de la Fuerza Armada venezolana (FANB), además de centenares de agentes, se ubicaron en varios puntos de la ciudad desde la madrugada controlando el tránsito de vehículos y peatones.

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  • Brazil's ousted President Rousseff appeals to Supreme Court

    If she is dismissed, her former Vice President Michel Temer, 75, which precipitated her fall, will be sworn in stride during a very brief ceremony. " Today is the day that 61 men, many of them charged and corrupt, threw 54 million Brazilian votes in the garbage", Rousseff tweeted minutes after the decision.

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  • Miles de opositores se concentran en "Toma de Caracas" para pedir revocatorio

    Venezuela sufre una escasez de alimentos y medicinas del 80% y una inflación que el FMI proyecta en 720% para este año. Según Datanálisis, ocho de cada diez venezolanos quiere cambiar el gobierno. "Ni una piedra, ni una capucha, ni una botella rota". En vísperas de la marcha, las autoridades detuvieron a tres dirigentes opositores a los que acusaron de planear actos violentos.

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  • Oposición anuncia 'cacerolazo' y nuevas marchas — Venezuela

    Según la firma Venebarómetro, 64% de los electores votaría por revocarlo. " Caracas es revolucionaria.", dijo el diputado chavista Diosdado Cabello. La MUD asegura que el referendo es una "válvula de escape" y que sólo con un cambio de gobierno y su modelo socialista se acabará la crisis.

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  • World stocks tepid ahead of key US jobs data

    World stocks tepid ahead of key US jobs data

    In the eurozone, Frankfurt's DAX 30 rose 0.6 per cent and the Paris CAC 40 jumped 1.1 per cent compared with yesterday's close. Sterling jumped 1 percent against the euro and a similar amount against the dollar to trade at $1.3249 after data showed that the United Kingdom manufacturing industry saw a strong post-Brexit vote rebound in August.

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  • López Obrador busca eliminar exámenes de admisión

    López Obrador busca eliminar exámenes de admisión

    Al pedir los reporteros su opinión que últimamente las encuestas ponen arriba Margarita Zavala como puntera a las elecciones del 2018, Andrés Manuel López Obrador dijo que esas encuestas están cuchareadas. "Se presentó de nuevo en el Auditorio Nacional antes del 2006, de forma sutil en el Auditorio en un concierto dedicado a madres les preguntó sobre por quien simpatizaban y la mayoría de las señoras y de las mujeres, ancianas respetables en su mayoría dijeron que iban a apoyarme y él ...

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  • Vikings rocked by injury to QB

    Vikings rocked by injury to QB

    Will Bridgewater make a full recovery? The most crucial issue for the team's immediate future will be how well Hill, or whoever else might wind up leading the huddle in the 2016 season, can handle the caretaker role while Bridgewater embarks on an arduous rehab.

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  • Samsung investigating reports of Galaxy Note 7 explosions

    Samsung investigating reports of Galaxy Note 7 explosions

    Samsung has launched a full investigation into the new Galaxy Note 7 phone after some users' devices exploded while charging. While a recall in and of itself would be disastrous for Samsung, the timing could hardly be worse. South Korea's Yonhap news agency confirmed that Samsung is considering a recall . The Galaxy Note7 received similar praise, raising expectations for strong sales in the second half.

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  • New iPhone ready for debut

    Just as mentioned above, one thing we know for sure is that Apple will launch the iPhone 7 on 7th September 2017. The iPhone 6S Plus is now priced at ¥7788 (or $1,160) for the 128 GB, making the iPhone 7 Plus 128 GB $30 lower in United States dollars price.

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  • US will meet target of 10000 Syrian refugees on Monday

    US will meet target of 10000 Syrian refugees on Monday

    Ambassador to Jordan announced Sunday. The latest numbers from the U.S. State Department show 150 Syrians came to find a safe haven here between May and July, including almost half that number last month alone. One of those people is Nadim Fawzi Jouriyeh, 49, a former construction worker from Homs who has heart problems. The US is the largest single donor to the Syrian crisis response, she said, adding that the country's humanitarian assistance in Syria and the region has reached "nearly ...

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  • UK health officials brace for five-day doctors strike

    And the medical union today confirmed it would stage identical action in October, November and December. Junior doctors have already embarked on industrial action in the row, including withdrawing emergency care, but have not as yet gone on strike for five days at once.

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  • Nigerian Military Says Boko Haram Commanders Killed In Latest Airstrikes

    The Nigerian Army , in a statement by its spokesman, Colonel Sani Usman, said the terrorists made the attempt at the troops' location at about 10.00pm on Tuesday. Nigerian soldiers hold up a Boko Haram flag that they had seized in the recently retaken town of Damasak, Nigeria, March 18, 2015. The statements came the same day U.S.

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine expected in the Gulf today

    Tropical Storm Hermine expected in the Gulf today

    There was light, intermittent rain and a mostly cloudy sky. Some beaches were all but empty. In nearby Frisco, whipped-up waves attracted out-of-town surfers. Still, he cautioned its path was hard to predict days in advance. Roads along the thin barrier islands are prone to flooding and damage from erosion, including the two-lane N.C.

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  • ASX: Stock markets take prospect of higher U.S. rates in their stride

    ASX: Stock markets take prospect of higher U.S. rates in their stride

    This seems inappropriate given the likelihood of another Fed rate hike before the end of the year and more to follow next year. "The Fed s more upbeat mood and a summer of record highs on Wall Street have boosted the USA dollar s yield appeal", Sean Callow, a senior currency strategist at Westpac Banking, told Bloomberg News.

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  • Chinese nationals in Singapore confirmed to be infected with Zika

    Chinese nationals in Singapore confirmed to be infected with Zika

    Babies infected with Zika can have eye problems, hearing loss, and microcephaly, a congenital condition where the head is abnormally small and the brain's development is incomplete, Parent Herald previously reported. He cited information obtained from Singapore's ministry of health as showing that five Malaysians residing and working in the neighboring country were also confirmed as having been infected with Zika virus .

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  • Chinese embassy explosion in Kyrgyzstan kills one and injures three

    The bomber crashed into the gate at the embassy in Bishkek , killing himself and injuring an embassy gardner and two guards, Kyrgyzstan's Prime Minister Zhenish Razakov said. The economically troubled ally of Russian Federation has seen two governments overthrown and ethnic violence claim hundreds of lives since it gained independence in 1991.

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  • Possible New Zika Cluster Signals Infection's Advance in Singapore

    Possible New Zika Cluster Signals Infection's Advance in Singapore

    William Schaffner, professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville. She has been admitted to the hospital. Local mosquito transmission means that mosquitoes in the area are infected with zika virus and are spreading it to people. "This find is disappointing, but not surprising", Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H.

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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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