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  • Juno completes closest ever Jupiter fly-by

    Juno completes closest ever Jupiter fly-by

    NASA's Juno spacecraft just completed a record-breaking flyby of Jupiter, snapping some incredible pictures as it soared over the tops of the gas giant's clouds at speeds of around 209,200 km/h (130,000 mph). During its mission, the probe will measure the planet's water content, its magnetic fields and search for signs of a solid core. "We have checked Juno from stem to stern and back again".

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  • Why Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder is in Nigeria

    Zuckerberg, who is now on a business visit to Nigeria, made the promise at a meeting with software developers and ICT entrepreneurs on Wednesday in Lagos. Zuckerberg addressed Italy's quake early in the Q&A, outlining how the company has helped in the aftermath of a natural disaster that killed more than 290 people.

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  • U.S. hostage and her husband appear in new video

    U.S. hostage and her husband appear in new video

    On a backpacking trip to Afghanistan in 2012, American Joshua Boyle and his Canadian wife Caitlan Coleman were kidnapped by the Taliban and held hostage ever since. They said that the appointment of Mullah Ibrahim Sadar, once a close ally of Taliban founder Mullah Mohammed Omar, heralds a commitment to confrontation at a time when multiple governments are trying to coax the Taliban to the negotiating table.

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  • FBI recovers Benghazi emails involving Clinton

    FBI recovers Benghazi emails involving Clinton

    Tuesday, Donald Trump's campaign released a statement saying the FBI's discovery of 30 deleted e-Mails regarding Benghazi on Hillary Clinton's server "raises major questions". The hearing was held of lawsuits filed by the conservative legal group Judicial Watch, which has pursued to government records involving the Democratic presidential nominee.

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  • Labour will block Brexit, says leadership rival Owen Smith

    But his campaign director attempted to suggest it had in fact been a good thing for Mr Corbyn, as he fights Owen Smith to stay as leader of the party. Labour was thrust into one of the biggest crises in its 116-year history after the referendum, when most of the party's lawmakers responded by voting to withdraw support for incumbent left-wing leader Jeremy Corbyn, prompting the second leadership contest in a year.

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  • Criminal contempt case against Arpaio sent to another judge

    Criminal contempt case against Arpaio sent to another judge

    Sheriff Joe Arpaio and several of his subordinates in Maricopa County, Arizona are facing criminal contempt charges as the result of a ruling filed Friday by U.S. He said it saved taxpayer's money, but critics called conditions inhumane . The federal prosector does not have to pursue the case and press criminal charges against the two law men.

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  • Hurricane Hermine to Be Florida's First in a Decade

    Hermine was moving north-northeast at about 12mph with maximum sustained winds of 65mph at its core, according to the NHC. The storm is expected to make landfall later Thursday or early Friday. During this time we'll see wind winds gusts up to 20 miles per hour in parts of central Alabama and possibly up to 30-35 miles per hour in parts of southeast Alabama.

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  • A Bolt of Lightning Has Killed 323 Reindeer in Norway

    Of the 323 reindeer killed, five had to be euthanized due to their injuries. There are about 10,000 wild reindeer on Hardangervidda with thousands migrating across the barren plateau as the seasons change. Norwegian officials say that multiple animal deaths caused by lightning strike is not very uncommon, but the scale of this event is definitely unheard of.

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  • Trump Stresses Enforcement in Immigration Speech

    Donald Trump says that he had a "thoughtful and substantive" conversation with Mexico's president on Wednesday as he kicks off a long-awaited speech on immigration. " It's our right as a sovereign nation to choose immigrants that we think are the likeliest to thrive and flourish and love us ", he said to the crowd.

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  • Suu Kyi kicks off peace conference in Myanmar with appeal for unity

    Several complex ethic conflicts are rumbling across Myanmar's borderlands, hampering efforts to build the country's economy after the end of junta rule. Wednesday's meeting comes nearly 70 years after Suu Kyi's father, independence hero Aung San, signed a landmark agreement to devolve powers to some ethnic groups after independence.

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  • Jacqui Lambie apologises to prostitutes after Cory Bernardi comment

    Jacqui Lambie apologises to prostitutes after Cory Bernardi comment

    Senator Lambie said Senator Bernardi's mock outrage was "like an angry prostitute lecturing us about the benefits of celibacy". 'Before I receive unfair criticism from the sex workers, I apologise to them profusely for comparing them to Senator Bernardi - I know that is a really bad low-down thing to do, ' she told parliament on Thursday.

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  • Jornada de tensión por diferentes marchas — Venezuela

    Jornada de tensión por diferentes marchas — Venezuela

    Por su parte, el diputado Juan Andrés Mejía aseguró que "más de 500.000" personas se quedaron en las vías "porque no les permitieron" ingresar a Caracas, debido a que como aseguró la alianza de partidos opositores Mesa de la Unidad Democrática ( MUD ), el Gobierno les puso obstáculos.

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  • Vaping risks danger to heart: scientists

    Vaping risks danger to heart: scientists

    It should be noted, however, that while the results were the same, the time required to get the results were vastly different. A study which suggests E-cigarettes may do as much damage to your heart as smoking is "not worthy of public alarm", according to one of Plymouth's leading retailers.

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  • Man dressed as 'Zorro' disrupts LAX; delays 281 flights

    Airport Police determined the sword was plastic. It marked the second time in two weeks that false reports of a gunman ended up shutting down a major US airport - check out what happened at JFK - with people on the scene fueling further chaos by tweeting false information.

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  • Tim Cook: Apple could move billions back to USA next year

    Tim Cook: Apple could move billions back to USA next year

    He blasted the assertion by a top European Union regulator that Apple paid a 0.005% tax rate in Ireland in 2014 - far below the nation's low 12.5% corporate rate. Apple said that the decision would be unsafe for occupations. He believes that both Apple and Ireland will be successful in an appeal. According to Cook, the EU Commission has sinister plans to control tax rates across the continent and has started this federal coup by picking on Ireland.

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  • Oil and gas industry takes toll on children's health

    Oil and gas industry takes toll on children's health

    The study calculated 32,477 asthma attacks every summer afflicting kids in Colorado, which ranked third behind Texas and Oklahoma, and 20,466 cases in the Denver-Aurora area, which ranked fifth behind Dallas, New York, Washington D.C. The report says about 19,000 asthma attacks every year in IN are linked to oil and gas production, and there are almost 14,000 lost school days because of it.

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  • El lunes, el homenaje a Juan Gabriel en Bellas Artes — Tovar

    Juan Gabriel nació el 7 de enero de 1950 en Parácuaro , un pueblo del estado occidental de Michoacán, pero de niño su familia se mudó a Ciudad Juárez , donde fue recluido en un orfanato porque su madre no podía mantenerlo. Roberto Perea, portavoz de la institución, afirmó que la familia confirmó a su directora, María Cristina García Cepeda, que "los restos fueron incinerados".

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  • Trump still tough on immigration, but softens slightly

    Trump still tough on immigration, but softens slightly

    Trump is lying with no conscience. Up to 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States could face immediate deportation if Donald Trump wins the November election for the White House. It would be a busy day, because he said he would "begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, handsome southern border wall" at the same time.

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  • Samsung Electronics shares open down as firm flags Galaxy Note problem

    Reports claimed that Samsung will return the recalled phones with new batteries. These hiccups come just a week before fierce rival Apple launches its new faster-running iPhone 7 and Apple Watch 2 on Wednesday 7 September. For now, there's no way of telling what exactly caused the Galaxy Note 7 units to catch fire, but it is a serious enough matter for Samsung to start investigating and do extra tests on its units.

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  • One Canadian among those killed in Italy natural disaster

    One Canadian among those killed in Italy natural disaster

    Hundreds of others were injured, some critically, and an unknown number were trapped under the ruins of collapsed buildings after Wednesday's pre-dawn quake. "We won't be surprised if this happens, but we hope it won't", the head of Italy's civil protection department, Fabrizio Curcio, told SkyNews24. One rescue effort focused on the Hotel Roma in Amatrice, famous for the Amatriciana bacon and tomato pasta sauce that brings food lovers to this medieval hilltop town each August for its food ...

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  • United Nations slams France's burkini ban in damning intervention

    Sone mayors have vowed to maintain their burqini ban despite a ruling by France's highest administrative court that the prohibitions are unconstitutional. While some ask what is a proper way to reduce terror threats, others say that policing what a woman wears is not the answer. A woman wearing a headscarf joins a demonstration organised by "Stand up to Racism" outside the French Embassy in London on August 26, 2016 against the Burkini ban on French beaches.

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  • Police use tear gas on Zimbabwe protesters

    Mugabe, 92, has led Zimbabwe since independence. In recent months, pro-democracy campaigners have been rolling out protests nearly on a weekly basis against Mugabe's clueless administration over worsening economic hardships, rising poverty levels, cash shortages and high unemployment.

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  • Kaine Rallies Democrats, Talks Education, Goes After Trump

    Kaine Rallies Democrats, Talks Education, Goes After Trump

    She does", Kaine said. Kaine, who was originally scheduled to be in Florida but changed plans due to Tropical Storm Hermine, is joining his wife Anne Holton for four campaign stops. Susan Lynch, participated in the education roundtable, where he formally endorsed the Clinton-Kaine ticket. Before appearing in Charlottesville, Holton will also campaign in her hometown of Roanoke, Va.

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  • Juan Gabriel fue cremado y sus cenizas estarían en Florida

    Como se recuerda, las autoridades del Palacio de Bellas Artes pusieron a disposicón el local que albergó a Juan Gabriel en reiteradas oportunidades. Juan Gabriel nació el 7 de enero de 1950 en Parácuaro, Michoacán, pero de niño su familia se mudó a Ciudad Juárez , donde fue recluido en un orfanato porque su madre no podía mantenerlo.

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  • Miles de venezolanos exigieron la revocatoria de Maduro — Toma de Caracas

    Eran tres ríos de gente vestida de blanco . "Queremos un cambio ", declaró Alba Zárate, de 39 de años. El mandatario denunció que un puñado de personas fueron detenidas antes de infiltrarse en la marcha opositora para generar caos. No obstante, el CNE indicó que la recolección de firmas del 20 por ciento del padrón electoral, trámite necesario para el referendo , se daría hasta finales de octubre, lo que impediría que lleve a cabo este año .

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  • Trump insiste ante Peña en edificar muro

    Si bien inició su arenga con elogios a Peña Nieto y reconociendo que muchos inmigrantes prosperaban en Estados Unidos , afirmó que el flujo ilegal de migrantes costaba "innumerables" vidas de estadounidenses y terminó planteando su habitual paquete de medidas excluyentes, discriminatorias y aislacionistas.

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  • Florida facing 'life-threatening' conditions as Hurricane Hermine approaches

    Florida facing 'life-threatening' conditions as Hurricane Hermine approaches

    A hurricane warning was already in effect for a section of Florida's Gulf coast from the Suwanne River to Mexico Beach. Forecasters issued tropical storm watches from northeast Florida to coastal North Carolina. It swept across the Everglades and struck highly-populated south Florida, causing five deaths in the state and an estimated $23 billion in damage, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration .

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