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  • Inician trabajos del segundo año de la LXIII Legislatura

    Inician trabajos del segundo año de la LXIII Legislatura

    También tomaron protesta los cuatro vicepresidentes y los ocho secretarios de la Mesa Directiva. Las bancadas del PRD y PAN , así como el diputado Manuel Clouthier, despidieron al presidente saliente de la Cámara de Diputados , el perredista Jesús Zambrano , quien ocupó por un año el cargo.

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  • Channel highway reopens day after bridge collapse

    Channel highway reopens day after bridge collapse

    But it was delayed to later yesterday afternoon following extensive safety checks. Motion detectors have been installed to see whether the bridge remains stable. A motorcyclist in his 50s was taken to hospital in Tunbridge Wells with suspected broken ribs following the incident, while the driver of the lorry was treated for shock at the scene.

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  • Yankees overcome 4-run deficit, beat Royals 5-4 in 13

    The Royals only got one hit, a Salvador Perez infield single in the sixth inning, after the third inning. But Parker got Paulo Orlando to line out to second base to end the inning. If the Yankees wanted to win this game, they would really have to do so in a hurry. Soria gave up singles to Brian McCann and Chase Headley to begin the inning before striking out the next two batters.

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  • India's richest man sets phone industry precedent with free calls

    India's richest man Mukesh Ambani just launched the world's largest 4G LTE network through his telecom company, Reliance Jio. In response to Jio's launch, Vodafone India said in a statement that it has always offered great value to customers, backed by excellent customer service, a nationwide presence, and Vodafone SuperNet, its best network ever.

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  • Why was Facebook launching a satellite into space?

    The rocket that was destroyed was carrying the AMOS-6 communications satellite, a spokesman for SpaceX told ABC News, adding that the mission was commercial and not for NASA. Zuckerberg added that his company has other technologies in the works, "and we will keep working until everyone has the opportunities this satellite would have provided ".

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  • Vote counting underway after Presidential election in Gabon

    Voting is scheduled to end at 6 p.m., with provisional results expected early next week. Until shortly before polling day, Bongo was the clear favourite, with the opposition split by several prominent politicians vying for the top job. Several people were killed, buildings looted, a ceasefire imposed and the French consulate in the economic capital Port-Gentil torched. Stressing the importance for all political stakeholders to abide by the electoral law and refrain from making remarks on ...

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  • Tom Sizemore faces misdemeanor domestic violence charges

    Tom Sizemore faces misdemeanor domestic violence charges

    The city's attorney's office says the "Black Hawk Down" actor was charged this week with intimate partner abuse, intimate partner battery and making terrorist threats. County District Attorney's Office declined to pursue the incident as a felony as his alleged victim only suffered minor injuries but handed the case on to city prosecutors.

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  • Labour split grows with row over 'purge' of Left-wingers

    But Labour has said the suspensions had come as part of a "robust validation process" of the nearly 650,000 people eligible to vote. Mr Smith said he was "gutted" by the European Union referendum result, and said he was prepared to fight Brexit by opposing a vote to trigger Article 50 in parliament and by pledging to remain or rejoin the European Union in a manifesto for the next general election.

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  • GCSE results: Warminster School celebrates strong GCSE results

    An increase from 53% a year ago. "Our proud standing as a STEM centre of excellence is evidenced in the results for STEM subjects, including 60% of chemistry students who achieved A*/A grades and 78% of statistics students achieved an A*/A and the outstanding pass rate in biology and physics, 97% and 94% respectively".

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  • Trump stops in Phoenix, talks of immigration plan

    The deportations will be carried out by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, Trump said . "I was expecting something very different last night". Although Clinton and other Democrats took issue with the GOP nominee's remarks, Republicans and campaign surrogates lauded Trump's speech and meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto as "presidential" moves.

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  • Preston sign Sheffield Wednesday's Marnick Vermijl & Middlesbrough's Alex Baptiste

    Preston sign Sheffield Wednesday's Marnick Vermijl & Middlesbrough's Alex Baptiste

    He said: "It's a fantastic signing for us obviously, he's played at the highest level, he's a Republic of Ireland global, and he's a player who has got fantastic ability". I will just give 100 per cent. "I play centre-half or right-back but wherever I play I will give my best and that's all you can do really". "I signed him for Blackpool some time ago and he has gone on to have a great career so he is another player we are delighted to have signed".

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  • The Turing Test Now Available on Xbox One and PC

    The Turing Test Now Available on Xbox One and PC

    The Turing Test follows the story of Ava Turing, an engineer for the International Space Agency (ISA), as she attempts to uncover the truth behind unusual events at the research base on Jupiter's moon, Europa. (See the Steam page here and the Xbox page here.) There is also a Collector's Edition, which includes a digital art book, soundtrack, and the original pre-alpha prototype for $23.98.

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  • International Monetary Fund urges G20 leaders to boost demand, make case for trade

    International Monetary Fund urges G20 leaders to boost demand, make case for trade

    She said the world's economies faced a potentially toxic mix of low long-term growth and rising inequality, creating political temptations to populism and raised trade barriers. In February 2015, the International Monetary Fund approved a 1.2 billion euro SBA that aims to help Serbia restore public finances' health, increase the stability and resilience of the financial sector and implement comprehensive structural reforms.

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  • Powerful militia storms out of Myanmar peace talks

    Powerful militia storms out of Myanmar peace talks

    Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing was speaking at the opening ceremony of the Union Peace Conference or 21st century Panglong Conference attended by almost 2,000 people, held in Naypyitaw yesterday. The UWSA is Myanmar's most well-resourced non-state armed group, with an estimated strength of at least 25,000 soldiers. Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said: "We need to end this tragedy during our time".

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  • Jeremy Corbyn set for landslide win in Labour contest

    Only a quarter of £25 members support Smith for leader. Voting began last week and the leadership race will come to a conclusion when the result is announced on the eve of Labour's annual conference. "Labour under my leadership will utilise the advances of digital technology to mobilise the most visible general election campaign ever". Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at the Labour Digital Democracy Manifesto launch in London, Britain August 30, 2016.

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  • US Approves Flights to Havana

    US Approves Flights to Havana

    No one weighing your hand luggage on the way back and charging you $2 for every pound in excess of the 10-pound limit. "You don't even want to know how much I've spent on trips to Cuba over the years". A band played Cuban music at the gate. "Sorry I couldn't pick up, I was listening to the president", one man told a relative in Spanish, I think tongue in cheek, after we landed.

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  • Huma Abedin takes a reluctant turn in the spotlight

    The article goes on to suggest that women wearing revealing clothing deserve to be raped, explaining his view that immodest dress "translates into unwanted results of sexual promiscuity and irresponsibility and indirectly promote [s] violence against women".

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  • Brazil's Senate votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff

    Brazil's Senate votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff

    But Temer, who has run Brazil since her suspension in May, inherits a bitterly divided nation with voters in no mood for the austerity measures needed to heal public finances. "She asked for Rousseff's forgiveness because she did not mean to cause Rousseff pain", Lulu says. "We can't leave one accusation unanswered", he said during the meeting, which was broadcast live on television.

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  • Pentagon Warns Syria to Avoid Action Near U.S. and Allied Forces

    The regime and Kurdish forces share a common enemy in the Islamic State (IS) militant group, but there have been growing tensions between them in Hasakeh. The U.S. aircraft arrived as the two Syrian jets were leaving, Davis said, so the U.S. had no radio contact with them. "No weapons were fired by the coalition fighters".

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  • Two Central Texas Pilots aim to help flood victims in Louisiana

    Hackney knows the feeling, having watched her parents lose everything a decade ago to Katrina. "It's not going to be the same. We are going to keep on helping them every way that we can". At least 13 deaths have been attributed to flooding and more than 60,000 homes have been damaged. FEMA is bringing in the temporary housing for thousands of people displaced by catastrophic flooding.

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  • Tropical Depression 9 could become hurricane before reaching Florida

    The storm was located about 350 miles west-southwest of Tampa as of 5 p.m. A hurricane hunter aircraft was scheduled to check the storm out this morning but experienced mechanical issues and didn't make the flight. For those living in north Florida, they can expect heavy rainfall , flooding, and gusty winds . Heavy rain is also concerning Brown. Central and northern sections of Florida could see up to 10 inches of rain with isolated areas of up to 15 inches possible through Friday.

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  • Telkom victorious in labour court

    Telkom victorious in labour court

    In a statement, Telkom said the union had approached the court on August 1 to stop it from completing retrenchments as part of its restructuring. Acting Judge Sean Snyman ruled on Tuesday that consultation processes held over 300 potential job cuts from April to July were procedurally fair, and that the conduct of the CWU had pointed to attempts to scupper the process.

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  • Rep. Wasserman Schultz thanks her supporters

    Despite this, Sanders' backing of her opponent Tim Canova, Wasserman Schultz still sailed to victory against the law school professor. Wasserman Schultz stepped down from the DNC near the start of the Democratic National Convention this summer after an email hack fueled criticism that she was favoring Hillary Clinton over Sanders in the presidential primary process.

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  • Lindsay Lohan waiting for apology from Egor Tarabasov

    Lindsay Lohan waiting for apology from Egor Tarabasov

    In July, the Russian billionaire was caught on camera grabbing Lohan while they argued during a vacation in Mykonos, Greece, after she tossed his phone from a truck. The former couple, who got engaged last September, had planned to Wednesday in Italy next year. "We planned to marry in Lake Como next May", she explained.

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