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  • Thousands line up to see Donald Trump in Everett

    Donald Trump has branded the Democrats "the party of slavery" as he appealed for support from black voters. "I think it's coming together", he said. . A survey by independent pollster Stuart Elway from mid-August found far more support for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The poll also included Libertarian Gary Johnson, who received 7 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, with 4 percent.

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  • Gaza Militant Rocket Hits Israel

    Gaza Militant Rocket Hits Israel

    The IDF responded by targeting what an official described as Hamas "infrastructure", with multiple airstrikes hitting around 30 sites in Gaza belonging to Hamas and other military groups. According to the Israeli army, 14 rockets have been fired into Israel in 2016. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday said the Islamic State was the "likely perpetrator" of the attack.

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  • Clinton leads Trump by 7 pts in one poll, trails in another

    A month ago, after the Democratic convention, Clinton led by 11 points. "Madonna said he still wouldn't rule anything out". "I like that ( Trump ) is not a politician and I dislike Hillary Clinton ", said Cheryl Killian, a retiree from East Lampeter Township who participated in the F&M poll.

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  • Renzi names official to rebuild quake-hit area

    Merkel said the location of the German-donated school hadn't been decided, but Amatrice's elementary school crumbled in the August 24 temblor despite having been restored with public funds designated for anti-seismic improvements. The German leader was speaking a year to the day after she after she won praise and criticism in equal measure for signalling an open door policy on refugees by declaring "we can do this", referring to people fleeing the conflict in Syria.

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  • UN Admits Its Role in Haiti's Cholera Epidemic

    More than 30,000 people died after the epidemic hit Haiti in 2010, reported The Guardian . Haq declined to say what steps the U.N.is considering, but suggested that reparations were not among them. federal appeals court "upheld the immunity of the organization from legal proceedings" brought against it over the cholera crisis. Lawyers for the cholera victims and their families argued that the disease had not been found in Haiti for 150 years.

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  • Battlefield 1 Beta Starts Poorly as DDoS Attacks Reportedly Take Servers Down

    Battlefield 1 Beta Starts Poorly as DDoS Attacks Reportedly Take Servers Down

    The open beta for Battlefield 1 kicked off yesterday , but it ran into some serious server issues. They tweeted earlier today that EA would be the next target of their ongoing crusade of attacks. The Battlefield community in particular has been the most disappointed, as many players' anticipation for the beta turned into frustration when they failed to connect to servers for hours.

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  • Miles participan en la "Toma de Caracas" — Venezuela

    Torrealba hizo estos cálculos considerando que los manifestantes de la llamada "Toma de Caracas" marcharon en 18 kilómetros, ocupando tres grandes vías del este de la ciudad y algunas calles adyacentes, cansados de la grave crisis económica y social del país .

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  • Asus' ZenBook 3 is literally a Windows-powered MacBook

    Asus' ZenBook 3 is literally a Windows-powered MacBook

    Connectivity options include a reversible USB Type-C connector that supports up to 10Gbps speeds, and a Thunderbolt 3 port that supports up to 40Gbps data transfers for connecting dual external 4K UHD displays. The ZenBook 3 will also feature a glass covered trackpad with fingerprint reader which is compatible with Windows Hello and enables user to log into Windows 10 without having to type a password.

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  • Italy quake: Canadian among the dead following 6.2-magnitude natural disaster

    Italy quake: Canadian among the dead following 6.2-magnitude natural disaster

    An official from the town of Amatrice told the BBC that three Brits had died, although the Foreign Office has not yet confirmed the deaths of any British nationals. "Reconstruction is the priority of our government and of our country", he said, adding that it was also vital to boost anti-seismic measures in one of the most earthquake-prone nations in the world.

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine now a hurricane

    After the storm passes over Florida, it will head to the southeast coast of Georgia, and then will continue on its path, possibly bringing rain up to the Boston area by next week. The National Weather Service has issued a new online product to help people prepare for the storm. The storm surge watch/warning graphic highlights spots with the highest risk for "life-threatening inundation from storm surge ", the service said.

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  • Will DNC scandal cost Wasserman Schultz her seat?

    Will DNC scandal cost Wasserman Schultz her seat?

    Rubio easily won the Republican nomination to retain his seat and will be challenged by Democratic U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, who defeated Congressman Alan Grayson in Tuesday's Senate primary. The race was bitter, and Grayson said Tuesday night that he would not vote for Murphy in November. She also urged the crowd to support Clinton... -Murphy will face Sen.

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  • Donald Trump Address the American Legion Convention in Ohio

    Donald Trump Address the American Legion Convention in Ohio

    According to the Suffolk University/USA Today poll , released on Thursday, the former secretary of state is viewed negatively by 51 percent of voters and the NY billionaire by 59 percent. Madonna attributes Ms. Clinton's recent slide to a spate of continuing and revived controversies - her use of private email as secretary of state and allegations of opportunism by the Clinton Foundation, run by her daughter, Chelsea, and husband, former President Bill Clinton.

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  • Construiremos un muro y México lo pagará, insiste Donald Trump

    El director de cine calificó de "crisis humanitaria" a la idea de Trump sobre construir un muro en la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México "más que un problema de seguridad y terrorismo". El magnate no sólo no ofreció disculpas por meses de ofensas contra México y sus ciudadanos: usó Los Pinos como escenografía de propaganda y reiteró su promesa de construir un muro en la frontera de ambos países.

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  • Clinton Raises a Combined $143M in August, Her Best Month Yet

    Clinton Raises a Combined $143M in August, Her Best Month Yet

    Trump is running the same campaign that he ran during the Republican primary, so it is not a surprise that he has not picked up any new support with voters. Trump has 40 percent support to Clinton's 39 percent, Rasmussen said. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican nominee Donald Trump among likely voters in Pennsylvania, according to a new Franklin and Marshall College poll .

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  • Macedonia sets new date for early election in December

    Macedonia sets new date for early election in December

    In a meeting bringing together the leaders of four major parties to smooth out differences, they also chose to set up an interim government. An interim government that will organise the parliamentary vote will be elected in September, in accordance with a US/EU brokered deal reached in July.

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    Peña: "Algunas posiciones de Trump son una amenaza para México"

    Entre ellas recuerda su intención de presentar una ley ante el Congreso para permitir el camino a la ciudadanía de Estados Unidos de inmigrantes y superar los "retrasos" en las concesiones de visas familiares. En Los Pinos, la respuesta filtrada el martes por la noche al periódico The Washington Post tomó por sorpresa a quienes no están en el círculo íntimo de Peña Nieto o no tienen acceso a lo que sucede en el despacho presidencial.

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  • Colin Kaepernick's socks seemingly disrespect police

    Check out some military member's thoughts on the controversy below. "I don't think you would have a person like him on a team in a city like San Diego", Hunter said. Kaepernick's protest has led to a growing firestorm. Facing the scrutiny of the media, Kaepernick stood in front of all the reporters and cameras prepared for all the questions that were going to be fired at him.

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  • Dwayne Wade's Cousin Shot and Killed on Chicago Southside

    Dwayne Wade's Cousin Shot and Killed on Chicago Southside

    Chicago police have arrested two men in connection with the death of National Basketball Association star Dwyane Wade's cousin Nykea Aldridge. Police say the pair were targeting a man who drove two women from a suburb into the city. He had been sentenced to six years in January 2013 but was released early, Johnson said. "He is also a documented gang member ". Chicago alone was responsible for a significant portion of that increase after reporting an approximately 50 percent spike in ...

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  • Trump Sets Tough Immigration Priorities, Ending Flirtation With Softer Plans

    He's said: "They're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists ". "They're great people, and great leaders", he said of Mexicans during his Phoenix speech, "but they're going to pay for the wall". Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine said Wednesday on NBC's "Today" that even if Trump's account is accurate, it showed he "folded under pressure" by not raising the issue with Pena Nieto.

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  • Dilma Rousseff fue destituida de la presidencia de Brasil

    Dilma Rousseff presentó este jueves una apelación ante el Tribunal Supremo de Brasil en la que demanda la anulación de la votación del senado que la apartó de su mandato. Igualmente, el gobierno venezolano de Nicolás Maduro anunció el retiro de su embajador y el congelamiento de sus relaciones con la administración de Micehl Temer, ratificado por el Senado , y condenó enérgicamente la destitución de Dilma.

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  • US trade spokesman says US-EU TTIP talks making progress

    Activists who have opposed TTIP since negotiations began in 2013 say the deal would only benefit multinationals and harm consumers. Matthias Fekl, the French Minister for Foreign Trade, tweeted that his government demanded negotiations on the TTIP should cease.

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  • Pope wants caring for environment added to 7 acts of mercy

    Francis welcomed the accord, but said world temperatures looked liked setting new records this year and urged voters everywhere to make sure their governments did not backtrack. "In our rapidly changing and increasingly globalized world, many new forms of poverty are appearing", Pope Francis said. In June this year, members of the Council of Nine Cardinals (C9), the body assisting the Pope in reforming the Roman Curia and Church governance, proposed to the Pope the creation of such a ...

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  • SA school's 'racist hair rules': A visual guide

    SA school's 'racist hair rules': A visual guide

    They were told to disperse immediately, with parents and teachers threatening to call the cops. They tell us racism doesn't exist because they've never experienced it. She represents everything attractive about this country. You have my support and I will protect you, whatever it takes. In order for us all to move past this issue, black hair needs to be accepted as it is.

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  • Inicia en Reynosa proceso de entrega-recepción de alcaldía

    Inicia en Reynosa proceso de entrega-recepción de alcaldía

    Además del gerente general de la Comisión Municipal de Agua Potable y Alcantarillado, Serafín Gómez Villarreal, y el director del Instituto Reynosense para la Cultura y las Artes, Moisés García Flores. Para la transición en COMAPA la comisión la componen: Javier Garza Faz, Jesús Comisille Guzmán, Eliacib Adiel Leija Garza y Esmeralda Chimal Navarrete.

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  • Hurricane Watch Issued for Lester

    Hurricane Watch Issued for Lester

    East Coast as Tropical Storm Hermine approached Florida from the Gulf of Mexico. The storm continued to move west, and was predicted to weaken as it passes just north of the main Hawaiian islands on Saturday and Sunday, according to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center.

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  • Marine Le Pen: 'Anything but Hillary Clinton'

    Despite being ahead of her Republican rival Donald Trump in surveys on who should take the White House, this latest poll found that just 41 percent of Americans have a favorable view of Clinton, while 56 percent have an unfavorable one. Although he now trails in almost all national surveys and polls of most battleground states, Donald Trump still has a potential route to victory, albeit a hard one that would require him to coax many people who sat out the last election to vote this time ...

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  • Kerry, Lavrov kick off Syria talks in Geneva

    In turn, Lavrov said that progress has been made in several areas, and that they discussed the need to separate the "moderate opposition" from ISIS and al-Nusra, in addition to discussing how to deliver humanitarian aid to all Syrian cities.

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