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

    Torrealba También informó que el próximo 7 de septiembre se movilizarán a nivel nacional a todas las sede del CNE , para exigir la activación de la siguiente fase del referendo . "Lo que se busca es mostrar que estamos organizados, que estamos luchando por una solución pacífica , democrática, electoral y constitucional ", puntualizó.

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  • Algo no quedó claro en la reunión: ¿quién pagará el muro?

    Algo no quedó claro en la reunión: ¿quién pagará el muro?

    El presidente Enrique Peña Nieto advirtió que los postulados de Donald Trump pueden representar una amenaza para México , y no está dispuesto a quedarse cruzado de brazos. Hoy, por su parte, el embajador de México destacó "el razonamiento del presidente" Peña Nieto y coincidió en que "era importante que ( Trump ) conociera de viva voz cuál es la situación de México " y cómo deben abordarse desde la perspectiva mexicana temas como la inmigración, la competitividad y los acuerdos ...

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  • Kaine asks if Trump would stand up to Russian cyberattack

    Kaine asks if Trump would stand up to Russian cyberattack

    Kaine pivoted to connecting Trump to Russia, citing statements made by members of the Trump family about business dealings in Russia as well as Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who resigned from the campaign after controversy arose about his ties to Russia and pro-Kemlin forces in Ukraine.

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  • North Korea executes vice premier for education

    North Korea executes vice premier for education

    Jeong said another senior party official dealing with propaganda affairs, Choe Hwi , was still on a similar "revolutionary re-education" program. Education minister Kim Yong-Jin, 63, was shot dead after this. Kim Yong Chol was sent to a re-education farm for a month until mid-August, according to South Korea's Yonhap News Agency. The most notorious was Kim's own uncle and former second-in-command Jang Song-thaek, who was executed for charges including treason and corruption in December ...

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  • Trump Has Made One Thing Clear: He's Not Softening On Immigration

    One of the GOP candidate's primary points was that his frequent foe the media is emphasizing the wrong things when it comes to immigration . 'He is committed to not only to immigration reform that lets the people in that we want in this country, but those that have come in [and] overstayed their visas, those that have come in that are criminal elements - those individuals are going to be rounded up and dealt with appropriately, ' Perry said .

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  • Irishman speaks of family's Italian natural disaster fear

    Irishman speaks of family's Italian natural disaster fear

    Carlo Cardinali, a local fire official taking part in the search efforts at the hotel, told the agency that only about 10 guests were still missing. Dozens are believed to be trapped in Amatrice, Accumoli and Pescara del Tronto, while thousands of others have been left homeless.

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  • [LIVE] Gabon's disputed election plunges it into 'deep crisis'

    [LIVE] Gabon's disputed election plunges it into 'deep crisis'

    Amid the violence, security forces stormed the headquarters of opposition leader and defeated presidential candidate Jean Ping . Ping, a political insider who has served as foreign minister and African Union Commission chairman, was a close ally of the late president and fathered two children with his daughter.

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  • Muslim women accused of being terrorists by French restaurant owner

    The July 14 attack on revelers in Nice, the killing of a priest in Normandy on July 26 and the June killing of a police couple in their home - all claimed by the Islamic State group - have focused tensions on Muslims. Cazeneuve said the aim of the discussions was to forge "an Islam anchored in the values of the French Republic", but stressed that all religions had to respect French regulations on the separation of religion and state.

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  • Two Alaska Planes Collide Near Russian Mission

    Two Alaska Planes Collide Near Russian Mission

    On one plane, 48-year-old pilot Harry Wrase of Wasilla and his passengers, 32-year-old Steven Paul Andrew of Kenai and 21-year-old Aaron Jay Minock of Russian Mission, were killed. The Alaska Dispatch News reported that Ravn Alaska, which operates Hageland, and Renfro's did not provide any further details about the crash, the aircraft or its occupants.

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  • Mueren 60 personas en atentado suicida en Yemen; EI reivindica el ataque

    Mueren 60 personas en atentado suicida en Yemen; EI reivindica el ataque

    Según fuentes de seguridad, la explosión se produjo en el patio de la escuela "Sanafir", en el norte de Adén. 29 de agosto de 2016, 08:22París, 29 ago (PL) Francia condenó hoy el atentado perpetrado en Yemen contra un centro de reclutas del ejército en la ciudad de Adén , que dejó al menos 60 muertos, según reportes preliminares.

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  • Hillary Clinton had her biggest fundraising month yet in August

    Hillary Clinton had her biggest fundraising month yet in August

    Clinton's image has been on a downward trajectory since her tenure as a highly popular secretary of state ended in 2013, and the decline continued through the primary campaign. Clinton's month was anchored by two three-day swings - one through California and another through NY. She topped that haul this week during a similar three-day, nine fundraiser haul through the Hamptons and surrounding towns, bringing in over $21 million in the process.

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  • Argentina concern over Messi fitness ahead of Venezuela clash

    Argentina concern over Messi fitness ahead of Venezuela clash

    In a game of few chances Messi scored the only goal in Mendoza , aided by a deflection off Uruguay defender Jose Gimenez, to net his 56th international goal and put the Albiceleste top of the South American qualifying group. Argentina is stacked. They have Messi (he quit, then he came back), for sure, but they are so much more. But despite relentless Uruguay pressure in the closing stages, a determined Argentina defensive effort, led by Javier Mascherano, saw the hosts hold on.

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  • Colin Kaepernick expected to continue anthem protest

    Colin Kaepernick expected to continue anthem protest

    Explaining his decision , Kaepernick told the NFL: "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.to me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way".

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  • Now Scottish Labour leader backs Owen Smith over Jeremy Corbyn

    Jeremy Corbyn seemingly lied to his adoring supporters in a virtue-signalling video that showed him sitting on the floor of a "ram-packed" train. Virgin, though, released closed circuit television images showing Corbyn walking past empty seats during the August 11 trip from London to Newcastle - though some of them had tags suggesting they were reserved.

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  • ME gov apologizes, but says he's not resigning after vulgar voicemail

    After a lawmaker called his comments racially charged and unhelpful, LePage left him an obscene voicemail. Senate President Mike Thibodeau said he is struggling with the "correction action" the governor outlined Wednesday morning. "Comments I have expressed recently are unacceptable and I apologize sincerely for using such disrespectful language as your Governor", LePage said in the statement.

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  • Mexico fumes after Trump provokes

    The president came under fire for not responding to Trump's mention of the wall during a joint news conference Wednesday, something he has since sought to correct. "And I happen to have a tremendous feeling for Mexican Americans - not only in terms of friendships, but in terms of the tremendous numbers that I employ in the United States".

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  • Towns evacuated as quake strikes off New Zealand

    Towns evacuated as quake strikes off New Zealand

    Warnings were broadcast via TV, radio and the internet for people to stay off beaches and away from shore areas. There is no marine or beach threat for Canterbury. This morning's quake was likely related to a 5.7 magnitude quake in a similar area yesterday, she said. Te Araroa resident Amohi Cook said she huddled in her auto on top of a hill when the quake struck.

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  • Marcha por referendo termina con incidentes leves — Venezuela

    Desde las primeras horas de este jueves, las calles de la capital venezolana son escenario de marchas tanto de los opositores como de los partidarios del Gobierno. "Hoy es el inicio de la etapa definitiva de esta lucha, y todos los venezolanos movilizados juramos ejercer nuestro derecho constitucional a la protesta pacífica hasta lograr el cambio constitucional , electoral, pacífico y democrático", subrayó.

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  • Germany's Merkel rejects economy minister's claims on TTIP

    French President Francois Hollande said Tuesday a long-awaited EU-US trade deal would not be agreed before US President Barack Obama leaves office in January. "We must focus on making sure. we don't shift the power balance in favor of global enterprises", Kern said. The TTIP aims to create a free trade zone covering 850 million people with supporters claiming that it will boost the EU's economy by US$130 billion and the USA economy by US$100 billion.

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  • Witten says Cowboys can win without Romo

    Just like previous year, there is hope in Dallas for a Romo return, with the Cowboys quarterback getting pegged for a timetable of six to 10 weeks originally and now having his timeline shifted a little bit. Cowboys Executive Vice President Stephen Jones also said "It's kind of a day-to-day, week-to-week thing". The question is whether Romo can return by mid-October or early November.

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  • US, India sign military, logistic agreement

    Claiming that by leaning towards America, India was compromising its strategic independence, the editorial warned that such a move could "irritate" India's neighbors like China and even Russian Federation. Both the leaders made it clear that the logistics agreement did not allow the basing of USA troops in India. The clarification was issued through a series of tweets posted from defence ministry's official Twitter handle.

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  • Rio 2016 boxing ends with a slew of gold medals for Uzbekistan

    The last American boxer to win two gold medals was Oliver Kirk, who won both the bantamweight and featherweight titles at the same 1904 St. Louis Olympics, where only US boxers took part. "I have been through a lot in my life", said Shields, who combines a punishing punch with an infectious spirit. "I know some people that were killed but they were into gang violence and the wrong kind of people", Shields said.

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  • India's Reliance announces launch of 4G cellular services

    With the launch of Reliance Jio today the company showered customers with some unbeatable offers. All calls will be free for data users as they will not be charged for voice calls if they use data. The company is also accused of providing commercial services under the name of 'testing.' It seems the conflict between the Reliance and Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) will come to an end by the launch of tariff plans.

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  • Yellowstone River fish kill reaches park

    Yellowstone spokeswoman Charissa Reid said park fisheries scientists were reviewing the closure announcement and deciding how the park would react. "We're probably only seeing 10 percent of the impact", she said. In a press release, the agency said it has also received reports that the kill is starting to affect rainbow and Yellowstone cutthroat Trout. It is known to occur in Canada, the USA and Europe.

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  • Oposición venezolana anuncia nuevas protestas — Toma de Caracas

    También acudió a la marcha Lilian Tintori, esposa del opositor encarcelado Leopoldo López, así como la madre de éste, Antonieta Mendoza, o Patricia de Ceballos, esposa del también opositor preso Daniel Ceballos. En la mañana comenzaron a concentrarse miles de personas en los puntos de encuentro para la manifestación, fijados desde días antes por la MUD. Durante la semana, el gobierno de Maduro denunció que la ultraderecha, con en el involucramiento de Estados Unidos, planeaba dar hoy ...

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