• Finley starts at QB, NC State beats William & Mary 48-14

    Finley starts at QB, NC State beats William & Mary 48-14

    But it was hard not to be impressed by the Wolfpack's performance against one of the nation's top Football Championship Subdivision squads. "We're excited to be 1-0, " N.C. The senior ran 23 times for 138 yards and two touchdowns to go with a pair of catches for 18 yards. The unsuccessful attempt stood as the only blemish for N.C.

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  • Congreso saluda acuerdo entre Gobierno de Colombia y las FARC

    El último cese a las hostilidades del grupo guerrillero comenzó el 20 de julio de 2015 y se ha mantenido desde entonces, periodo en el que se redujo a mínimos históricos los niveles de confrontación con ese grupo. "El gobierno argentino felicita al gobierno y al pueblo colombianos por el acuerdo definitivo de paz " suscripto el miércoles por la noche en La Habana , "que pone fin a un doloroso conflicto de más de cinco décadas ", dijo la Cancillería en un comunicado divulgado este jueves por ...

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  • Two women in burkinis kicked off French beach, despite court ruling

    Two women in burkinis kicked off French beach, despite court ruling

    It would be "unconstitutional" for France to pass a law banning the burkini, and such a move could cause irreparable harm, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve warned in an interview published online late today. Although clearly playing to prejudice fanned by the far right against Muslims, Sarkozy's ostensible objective, supported by all too many on the left, is the defence of France's much-vaunted, totemic tradition of laicité , rigorous, enforced secularism.

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  • Peshawar's Christian Colony under attack, 4 terrorists killed

    Two FC soldiers, a police constable, two civil guards, one levies official and one civilian were injured in exchange of fire with the terrorists. The attack took place at Christian Colony Warsak Road in Peshawar , tweeted Genral Asim Bajwa, director Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

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  • Junior doctors urged to cancel further strikes in contract row

    What does a junior doctor do and why are they going on strike? Many thousands of operations and appointments would need to be cancelled or rearranged, causing "distress, delay and pain" to patients, he added. Hospital managers will have less time to prepare contingency plans to deal with this month's walkout than they did when junior doctors last held industrial action in April.

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  • Orlando releases 9 of the hundreds of 911 Pulse calls

    Orlando releases 9 of the hundreds of 911 Pulse calls

    Various media outlets, including CNN , have filed a lawsuit asking the courts to require the Orlando Police Department to release all 911 calls in accordance with Florida's broad public records law. "I was trying to keep them as calm as possible but they are all sniffling". A scared woman told an operator at 2:36 a.m. she'd walked out of the club just ahead of her girlfriend, and that's when the shooting started.

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  • Immigration Agenda Nets Trump $5M on Wednesday

    Trump used an appearance in Phoenix on Wednesday to clarify his stance on illegal immigration after prevaricating on the issue last week. But, later his evening he told a TV audience that Trump's policy "could represent a huge threat to Mexico, and I am not prepared to keep my arms crossed and do nothing".

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  • Police investigate social media threats against LGBT people

    Police investigate social media threats against LGBT people

    The man is accused of allegedly writing in a Facebook post , "It's time to clean up Wilton Manors from all you AIDS-infested losers", and in another post , "If you losers thought the Pulse Nightclub shooting was bad, wait 'til you see what I'm planning for Labor Day".

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  • United Kingdom 'must look outside European Union for opportunity'

    Mr Blair said that Prime Minister Theresa May had to stick to her position that "Brexit means Brexit" in order to preserve the unity of the Conservative Party, but added: "For the rest of us, we are free to have a debate". But, it is understood that several cabinet Ministers, including Chancellor Hammond, would like to see Britain retaining membership of the Single Market.

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  • Ibaka: I never asked to be traded

    Ibaka: I never asked to be traded

    The same held over for his fifth straight postseason last spring, as Ibaka's rebounding, shot-blocking, finishing and sometimes floor-spacing talents had been an OKC mainstay since the team vaulted into championship contention during Ibaka's second season in the National Basketball Association, way back in 2010-11.

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  • ME governor Paul LePage apologises for rude phone rant

    ME governor Paul LePage apologises for rude phone rant

    But LePage spokeswoman Adrienne Bennett said the governor made the call last evening. "I just want to apologize to the Maine people, to Gattine's family and most of all to my family", LePage said in the 15-minute interview. The Republican leader of the Maine House says national media coverage of Gov. Paul LePage's controversial remarks is a "punishment in and of itself".

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  • PRI recibe multa por usar niños en spots de Veracruz

    PRI recibe multa por usar niños en spots de Veracruz

    Explicó que en uno de los spots contra Yunes se ve una niña de espaldas y otro de frente con los ojos tapados y argumentó que castigan al PRI porque puso a ambas menores en potencial riesgo de ser afectadas en su imagen, dignidad y honra. Recordó que cuando se les coloca en un spot de un partido se solicitan los consentimientos respectivos de los padres o tutores, "pero aquí no podríamos validar un consentimiento de los padres cuando se pone en riesgo la dignidad de los niños".

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  • N. Korea rejects UN council's condemnation

    N. Korea rejects UN council's condemnation

    Earlier this month, council member states' efforts to produce a statement criticizing the North for a medium-range missile launch in July were scrapped due to China's insistence that it include a denunciation of the deployment of the U.S. North Korea singled out the council's condemnation of the latest submarine launch of a ballistic missile on Aug. 24, days after the U.S. and South Korea began their annual military exercises.

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  • Thousands of Mother Teresa items archived by Catholic University

    Thousands of Mother Teresa items archived by Catholic University

    She worked for three decades in India before leaving for the first time in 1960, going to the United States to address the National Council of Catholic Women. But if not, she said, "It'll be a standing-only room". Those sick, those poor, those dying, those diseased were all the people who had been abandoned by my city, spurned by their government, failed by their social service organizations.

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  • Army sets up design bureau to reduce dependence on imports

    Army sets up design bureau to reduce dependence on imports

    Rapid changes in technology and consequent changes in war fighting techniques, requires the user i.e. Army hopes that with the setting up of ADB, it could interface in a better manner with DRDO, academia, DPSUs, OFBs and private industry to deliver for high quality defence products.

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  • (video) Nueva amenaza de Corea del Norte a EEUU

    (video) Nueva amenaza de Corea del Norte a EEUU

    Un portavoz del ministerio norcoreano de Exteriores calificó las declaración del Consejo de Seguridad de "producto de actos de banditismo de Estados Unidos". El pasado martes (23.8.2016), un misil balístico lanzado desde un submarino norcoreano cayó en el mar del Japón. La prueba fue considerada por un alto mando militar surcoreano como un gran avance en comparación con ensayos anteriores, ya que el misil voló unos 500 km.

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  • Love or loathe it, Donald Trump is setting the agenda again

    Love or loathe it, Donald Trump is setting the agenda again

    A day after their in-person meeting in Mexico, Donald Trump and Enrique Peña Nieto moved their discussions about Trump's proposed border wall and who would pay for it to the next logical medium: Twitter . "I've always assumed this race would be hard", he said. He did however claim that under his presidency, there would be no path to legal status for the undocumented immigrants living illegally in the United States.

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  • Turkey may lose confidence in the US, Foreign Minister says

    The US has been warning the sides to focus on fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group elements there. The bodies are in Irbil and USA officials are seeking to identify and transport them to the United States . Qassemi further described the anti-Iran comments as "improper and unrealistic", and said, "The Islamic Republic of Iran, as everyone knows, is trying to help (restore) peace, stability and security to the region to the best of its ability".

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  • Four stabbed and man critical at Notting Hill Carnival

    His condition, which was critical, is now not life threatening, and a 14-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of GBH. The Metropolitan Police reported at least four knife attacks during the two-day festival in west London, with a 15-year-old boy among those hospitalized.

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  • Gobiernos socialistas de América Latina retiran embajadores de Brasil tras el golpe

    Desde entonces, se ha escrito una crónica con final anunciado. El relevo lo toma Temer, quien ya la había sustituido como presidente desde su suspensión en mayo pasado, y permanecerá a cargo del Gobierno brasileño hasta finales de 2018. A sus 75 años, este abogado que pertenece a una familia de origen libanés y que nunca encabezó una candidatura presidencial asume un país dividido políticamente y en plena recesión.

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  • China Business Update

    China Business Update "it's all about G20"

    Foreign Minister Wang Yi in May said China wants to change the "G20 from a crisis-handling mechanism to one that leads the world's economic growth and global economic cooperation in the long term". Several other house churches in the area also reported authorities forcing meetings to stop. It was announced in July that Chinese authorities had banned churches in Hangzhou , Zhejiang's capital, during the G20 summit "to create a safe environment".

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