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  • President Obama Officially Met His Goal Of Welcoming In 10000 Refugees

    USA president Barack Obama's administration announced this week that it had fulfilled its objective of allowing 10,000 Syrian refugees into the United States. Two of the Syrian refugee families coming to the US this week will live in San Diego through the International Rescue Committee, one of the agencies that handle resettlement.

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  • Leslie Jones website hack being investigated by ICE, Homeland Security

    Leslie Jones website hack being investigated by ICE, Homeland Security

    It's the second time this summer that Jones has been bombarded with racist and hurtful comments. Jones separately criticized Twitter for its inability to filter hateful content, and the platform permanently banned Yiannopoulos . The hackers had posted pictures of her driver's license and passport, in addition to sexually explicit photos. Cast member Leslie Jones poses at the premiere of the film " Ghostbusters " in Hollywood, California, July 9, 2016.

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  • 35 civilians killed by Turkish shelling in northern Syria

    35 civilians killed by Turkish shelling in northern Syria

    The dramatic escalation of Turkey's involvement in the Syrian civil war last week aimed to help the Syrian rebels drive the Islamic State group out of the border town of Jarablus. The Saturday statement, citing military sources, comes hours after Kurdish-led forces in northern Syria said Turkish airstrikes had hit their bases near Jarablus, a town seized by Turkey-backed rebels earlier this week.

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  • UK Factories Rebound From Brexit Shock as Pound Boosts Exports

    In the United States, the manufacturing sector contracted in August, with production, employment and new orders all pulling back after five straight months of expansion, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) reported yesterday. BEIJING―An official measure of manufacturing activity in China rebounded to its strongest level in almost two years last month on improving production and demand, the government said Thursday, boding well for the world's second-largest economy.

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  • Clinton's lead on Trump shrinks to 5 percent in Wisconsin

    The poll found Clinton at 38 percent favorable/54 percent unfavorable in August compared to 47 percent favorable/49 percent unfavorable in July. Trump, of course, has always been the more unpopular of the two presidential nominees, and he remains so; 35 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of him, compared to 63 percent unfavorable.

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  • Buhari to attend Kenyan conference on development

    The meeting took place yesterday evening at the Kenyatta International Conference Center in Nairobi , Kenya . Japan will invest US$30 billion (RM121.1 billion) in boosting growth in African economies and improving the continent's infrastructure over the next three years, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.

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  • Some Military Vets In San Diego Tweet Support For Kaepernick's Protest

    But according to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, there are some people with real power inside of National Football League front offices right now who seem to hate what Kaepernick did just as much as those on your timeline. If that's the case, 49ers executives are in the vast minority. The supposed majority, as told by the executives Freeman spoke to, is fervent. "He has no respect for our country".

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  • Is Donald Trump Softening Even More on Immigration?

    You have to get rid of the criminals. North Carolina traditionally has been a Republican state in presidential contests, but has been trending Democratic in recent cycles. Some 690,000 unauthorized immigrants residing in the US have felony or "serious" criminal misdemeanor convictions, according to the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute.

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  • Hurricane Hermine approaches Florida

    Thursday in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott warned of the danger of strong storm surge , high winds , downed trees and power outages , and had urged people during the day to move to inland shelters if necessary and make sure they had enough food, water and medicine.

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  • Reliance Jio starts data war with free calls

    After years of waiting, Reliance has finally announced the pricing for Jio . Customer should pay for only 1 service. # At Rs 50/GB, Jio's base rate for data will be one-tenth of current market price. Reliance Jio's 4G network, which has a presence in 18,000 cities and towns, and over 200,000 villages, expects to cover 90% of India's population by March, Ambani said.

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  • Arriba la PF a Chiapas; buscan intimidar: CNTE

    La marcha de este día agrupó a más de 60 mil maestros, una marcha numerosa donde también participaron padres de familia. Asimismo, los acompañaron otros sindicatos y organizaciones sociales que les manifestaron su respaldo en su lucha contra la reforma educativa .

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  • Dilma Rousseff apeló su destitución en la Corte Suprema de Brasil

    Tras una votación de 61 a favor de sacarla y 20 en contra, el Senado brasileño optó por destituirla, luego de 70 horas de acaloradas discusiones, lágrimas y peleas. "61 senadores sustituyeron la voluntad expresa de 54,5 millones de votos". Por otro lado, el ex presidente de la República, José Mujica y el secretario general del PIT-CNT, Marcelo Abdala, participaron el miércoles a la tarde como oradores centrales de un acto en la sede del PIT-CNT, en el marco de una jornada continental por ...

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  • Mexico: we won't pay for wall

    In a lengthy and fiery address on immigration in Phoenix, the Republican nominee said in no uncertain terms that Mexico would indeed pay for his border wall. The fate of other illegals is less clear. TRUMP: Within ICE I am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most risky criminal illegal immigrants in America who have evaded justice just like Hillary Clinton has evaded justice, OK? "Trump didn't say it, but most ...

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  • Ordenan libertad inmediata del profesor Miguel Angel Beltran

    Ordenan libertad inmediata del profesor Miguel Angel Beltran

    Por medio de un video publicado por Marcha Patriótica el profesor Beltrán anunció que le habían notificado su libertad . Tras las acusaciones el docente fue capturado y posteriormente absuelto por un juez por falta de pruebas. Sin embargo, los abogados de Beltrán alegaron que una USB no es una prueba con validez jurídica para que la Fiscalía lo incrimine, tal y como sucedió con los computadores hallados de alias 'Raúl Reyes', los cuales según la Corte Suprema no podían ser usados como ...

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  • Colombia doblegó a Venezuela

    El conjunto local creó jugadas de gol que no supieron aprovechar Bacca , James, Macnelly y Juan Guillermo Cuadrado , que entró en el segundo tiempo. Con la derrota, Venezuela se mantuvo en el fondo de la tabla de posiciones de la Clasificatoria mundialista Sudamericana con un punto , mientras Colombia sumó 13 unidades.

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  • Etihad Airways offers upto 40% off on fares

    Etihad Airways offers upto 40% off on fares

    Discounted fares will be available for travel until June 2017 and bookings can be made between today and September 4, 2016. From its Abu Dhabi base, Etihad Airways flies to, or has announced plans to serve, 117 passenger and cargo destinations in the Middle East, Africa , Europe , Asia, Australia and the Americas .

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  • Moving Riverside County fire burns 400 acres, forces evacuations

    Moving Riverside County fire burns 400 acres, forces evacuations

    Among them was a neighbor with a gas tank within feet of the flames. The fire ignited about 12:25 p.m. Tuesday at Bogart Park in the city of Cherry Valley and rapidly grew to cover hundreds of acres. Officials asked for anyone with information about "juvenile activity" near the north end of Winesap Avenue by the park's entrance gate to call the Arson Hotline at 800-633-2836.

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  • Callahan solid again as Packers fall to Chiefs, 17-7

    Callahan solid again as Packers fall to Chiefs, 17-7

    He hit a 42-yard field goal to end the first half. Darrin Reaves added 63 yards rushing and a TD for Kansas City. Packers: SS Marwin Evans had six tackles for Green Bay before getting shaken up on special teams. Chiefs: The Chiefs rested RB Jamaal Charles and LB Tamba Hali, just as they did their first three preseason games. The Chiefs (1-2) defeated the Chicago Bears, 23-7, last week in which Alex Smith threw for 181 yards in 20-for-30 passes while Nick Foles completed 2 of 5 ...

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  • USA's Claressa Shields wins gold, makes history in United States boxing

    Eat right. Don't stay up too late. I get to fight without going to jail. He'd fought under the name Bo, short for, of course, Bodacious, in underground clubs around Flint and he hated the idea of Claressa getting into the fight game. And Sunday capped double gold for the first couple of the Olympic boxing tournament. "What I grew up with, what I had to overcome, it was hard, but look at where I am now".

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  • Florida Is About to Get Its First Hurricane In Over a Decade

    As of 5 p.m., ET, Hermine was located 85 miles south of Apalachicola, Fla., with winds of 75 mph. Hermine is predicted to make landfall over the vulnerable Big Bend area of Florida Thursday evening and through Friday morning. Hurricanes and tropical systems Rita, Gustav, and Issac are all examples of storms in the Gulf of Mexico over the past few years, that inched their way up to Arkansas.

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  • Uzbek leader in stable condition after brain hemorrhage: daughter

    On Monday, Karimov's daughter Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva wrote on her Instagram account that the 78-year-old president had suffered a brain hemorrhage on Saturday and was hospitalized in an intensive care unit in stable condition. Karimov's government has frequently been accused of human rights abuses, including forced child labor, the killing of unarmed protesters in a 2005 massacre in the city of Andijan and even boiling protesters alive.

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  • Mexican president explains why he met with Trump

    Trump says discussions about the border wall did not come up during the meeting, but he's still insists that Mexico will pay for it. Peña Nieto says he made clear to Trump that Mexico will not pay for the wall. The U.S. Census estimates that whites will be a minority in about 30 years, with the number of immigrants on the rise. We are better for having doors, not walls.

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  • Owen Smith Won't Oppose Another Referendum On Scottish Independence

    Owen Smith Won't Oppose Another Referendum On Scottish Independence

    This is the first poll of those who are qualified to vote in the election and the figures show Corbyn leading his opponent Owen Smith by 62% (up from his 59% last year) to 38%. It found that 52 per cent of full members intend to back Mr Corbyn compared to 40 per cent for Mr Smith. "I will send them all copies of the policies that we have put forward including this document we are putting forward this evening and try and show to them that we are serious about developing policies, we are ...

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  • Canada Intends To Join Controversial Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

    Xi said that diplomatic relations between China and Canada have been moving forward steadily - and that there is great potential for further cooperation between the two countries. "That is important, obviously, for those Canadian companies that will be part of the work that the AIIB does", said Morneau, who met with the bank president Jin Liqun on Wednesday.

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  • No second Brexit vote, British PM says

    THERESA May is set to meet with her senior Cabinet ministers to discuss department-by-department Brexit action plans. The UK's future outside the European Union will be a key issue during the Prime Minister's first full week back at work following her summer holiday in Switzerland as she travels to the G20 summit in China at the weekend.

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  • APNewsBreak: Gunman to plead guilty in TSA officer slaying

    APNewsBreak: Gunman to plead guilty in TSA officer slaying

    Authorities say Ciancia walked into Terminal 3 of the nation's second-busiest airport carrying a semi-automatic rifle and opened fire, killing Gerardo Hernandez, 53, an agent for the U.S. According to the plea agreement, Ciancia sent text messages to his brother and sister while he was being driven to the airport on the morning of the shooting that largely amounted to goodbye missives.

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