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  • Woman charged with killing her mother previously indicted for drowning puppy

    Woman charged with killing her mother previously indicted for drowning puppy

    Police did not say how Mary Gilbert was killed. Police in Ellenville, a town in the Catskills Mountains north of New York City, said they identified the deceased woman as Mari Gilbert, 52. "She's a very sick, sick woman", Ray said. Shannan Gilbert's body was discovered in Gilgo Beach in December of 2010. Ten other bodies were found during that time.

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  • Chief Health Inspector dismisses Zika travel alert for A&B

    Officials with the Wichita Falls-Wichita County Health Department said the mosquitoes that can potentially carry the virus are already here. The rest of the cases have been contracted by people who traveled from infected areas. That means they were spread from person-to-person, or person-to-mosquito-to-person. There is no vaccine or medicine for Zika . The administration transferred $589 million from other programs ― primarily efforts to control Ebola ― but federal officials have ...

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  • Turkish Deputy PM says Turkey to create specialised army

    The coup attempt shocked Turkey, which last saw a violent military power grab in 1980, and shook international confidence in the stability of the country. "They requested certain information following our first letter; we provided answers to the question 'why is it urgent, '" Anadolu quoted Bozdag as telling reporters in parliament, adding that Turkey had intelligence indicating Gulen might leave for a third country.

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  • Cristina Fernández cuestiona plan para reabrir causa en su contra

    Cristina Fernández cuestiona plan para reabrir causa en su contra

    Fernández de Kirchner recordó que, "cuando ocurrió el atentado contra la AMIA, en 1994", ella era diputada provincial en Santa Cruz, y señaló que "todos los que hoy acusan eran funcionarios del Gobierno Nacional o funcionarios judiciales que estuvieron a cargo de la investigación del atentado".

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  • Worst poll for ANC since taking power

    Worst poll for ANC since taking power

    The local leadership added that it had started negotiating with other political parties to form governing coalitions where it did not win a majority. The elections are seen as a crucial first test of Maimane's popularity among black voters, who have previously proved doggedly loyal to the ANC, the party of liberation from white minority rule.

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  • Thais to Vote on Junta-backed Constitution

    With many unaware of the details of what would be the nation's 20th constitution since 1932 and the fifth in the past decade, the referendum for many has become an opportunity to express their support or opposition to the junta. "If the draft passes the referendum, Thailand will be an authoritarian state under a disguise of a constitutional regime, with the help of the military-appointed senate, the constitutional court and various independent organizations", said Puangthong Pawakapan, an ...

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  • Turnbull refuses to nominate Kevin Rudd as UN Secretary

    Turnbull refuses to nominate Kevin Rudd as UN Secretary

    He recounted writing to Mr Whitlam, telling him he would like to become a diplomat. Mr Rudd remains a fervent defender and advocate of the United Nations in these hard times. A final nominee will not emerge before October once the UN Security Council offers its candidate to the General Assembly for consideration. "I sought to do that in national political life as Prime Minister, as foreign minister and I've been seeking to do that on the worldwide stage but one of those great brick walls ...

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  • Jibrin fights back, asks Dogara, Lasun, others to resign

    Jibrin fights back, asks Dogara, Lasun, others to resign

    Hon. Herma Hembe of short changing them of millions of Naira in the deal to the shock of many members. "Speaker Yakubu Dogara frequently abuses his office amounting to conflict of interest by soliciting for inappropriate favours from agencies and Multinational companies".

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  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he's not ready to quit racing

    He has a total of nine road course wins making him one of the possible contenders towards the end of the race. Only five races remain before the Chase begins. made his first media appearance since he was sidelined from NASCAR competition four weeks ago by a concussion. Should be a nice day for a road course race at Watkins Glen International .

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  • Last charge dropped against anti-abortion duo behind videos

    Last charge dropped against anti-abortion duo behind videos

    And now an attorney says the prosecutors and their indictments of David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt should be investigated . Prosecutors dropped the tampering charge, which carried a potential sentence of up to 20 years in prison with a conviction, just before a scheduled hearing on the legitimacy of the government's case.

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  • Randalstown: Two women killed in crash on Church Road

    Randalstown: Two women killed in crash on Church Road

    Michelle McStravick, aged 35 from the Randalstown area and 56-year-old Lorraine Clyde from the Antrim area were both care workers. "It's really sad that they left to do a day's work today and they are not coming home to their families tonight".

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  • Policewoman Claims Minister Pressured Her on Nice Attack

    Policewoman Claims Minister Pressured Her on Nice Attack

    Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said in a statement on Sunday that he is suing for alleged defamation and is committed to uncovering the truth about what happened. Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said last week the Bastille Day attacker, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, had been planning the attack for months. France is yet another European country that is reeling from a spate of attacks.

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  • Saudi guards killed in clashes; 2 pilots die in Yemen

    Saudi guards killed in clashes; 2 pilots die in Yemen

    The Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen says Saudi air defense forces have shot down a ballistic missile fired at the kingdom from Yemen. The spokesman said in a statement, carried by Saudi Press Agency, that the border guard patrols at Al-Thar border post detected at 6 a.m.

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  • 12 killed as uniformed gunmen open fire in India

    Several children were among those hurt. He said the security forces present in the area retaliated and killed one of the militants. The incident took place mid-morning when people were gathered in the weekly market. "We have dispatched additional security forces to the nearby jungles to track down the militants", Bishnoi said. Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju said the victims will receive proper care.

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  • Air France-KLM second-quarter sales hit by terror attacks

    Air France-KLM second-quarter sales hit by terror attacks

    The strike action is over the renewing of a collective labour accord on rules, pay and promotion which expires in October. The group reported a five per cent fall in revenue to €6.22 billion for the three months to June 30th when compared with the same period previous year.

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  • Rs 25000 reward for whistle blowers in Assam

    Rs 25000 reward for whistle blowers in Assam

    The government will give priority to support and strengthen the functioning system of the Foreigners Tribunals. Total size of the Budget for Assam during this fiscal will be Rs 78,253.36 crore, Sarma said. "As I reminded earlier, in the words of our Hon'ble Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, "Bhakti" (reverence) comes from "Bhoy" (fear)", Sarma said. Sarma said that the government will try and rebuild the economy to deliver the change the people sought.

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  • Patient shoots at doctor in Berlin before killing himself

    Patient shoots at doctor in Berlin before killing himself

    Berlin police initially said the doctor had suffered life-threatening injuries, but later said he had died. German newspaper Bild said the gunman had shot at a doctor before turning the gun on himself. It comes after a series of attacks in German cities in the last week. The Express reports: A DOCTOR has been shot in a Berlin hospital during the fifth horror attack in Germany in eight days.

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  • Nelson Mandela's Party Faces Big Setback In South African Elections

    In what is being described as the tightest election battle since the dawn of SA's democracy, the race for the Joburg metro is on a knife's edge, as it appears unlikely for either party to clinch more than 50%. The South African economy has stagnated since the global financial crisis in 2008, and the World Bank says the country has one of the highest rates of inequality in the world.

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  • Father arrested in deaths of twin girls

    Chris Dobbs said, according CNN . Investigators believe North was drinking alcohol Thursday evening, said Capt. Chris Dobbs, Corrollton police department. "He was trying to get water to them", he said. Gladys said the children were sweet babies and born fighters. Since 1990, the highest yearly total was 49, in 2010, KidsAndCars says.

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  • Man shot and killed near Maracana Stadium after opening ceremony

    Man shot and killed near Maracana Stadium after opening ceremony

    This meant the first boos of the evening went to the team from Brazil's traditional rival Argentina, although they were of the pantomime variety and the selfie-snapping Argentinians did not seem fazed. "This is the moment of the "maravilhosa cidade" (marvellous city)", said International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach. He was standing in for suspended President Dilma Rousseff.

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  • Fiat Chrysler recalls about 410K vehicles for wiring trouble

    Fiat Chrysler recalls about 410K vehicles for wiring trouble

    Tight production capacity and low demand mean Fiat Chrysler's small sedans - the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart - could face a premature death. FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne outlined a plan to outsource production of both cars sixth months ago, however it appears there's both will be rendered homeless before the year is out.

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  • How Jeep Keeps Saving Fiat Chrysler's Profits

    How Jeep Keeps Saving Fiat Chrysler's Profits

    Now, some suggest that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is joining the club. In response to an investigation by USA authorities, the company said it will revise the way it reports figures in the country beginning this month. As a member of said automotive press, we at The Drive appreciate it. "There's nothing new about this", said Sandler, adding that all automakers do it.

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  • Acusación contra Rodrigo Medina por defraudación, es sólida: fiscal

    Acusación contra Rodrigo Medina por defraudación, es sólida: fiscal

    La Subprocuraduría Anticorrupción de Nuevo León presentará una queja contra el Juzgado Segundo de Distrito, que el miércoles concedió una suspensión provisional al ex gobernador Rodrigo Medina , para no ser obligado a comparecer. Añadió que "en sí ya el hecho constituye un acto de molestia, se atenta contra la libertad de tránsito, pero más que este caso, se imponen o se amenaza con una orden de aprehensión o restricción temporal de la libertad de tránsito".

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  • Trump endorses Ryan in latest attempt to reboot campaign

    The rally is being held on a Friday night opposite the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. He added, "This campaign is not about me or any one candidate", and said: "We will have disagreements". "He talked about what he wants to do, whereas Mr. Nehlen talks about bashing Paul", said State Representative Samantha Kerkman. In July, Trump implied Khan's father Khizr Khan spoke instead of his wife Ghazala Khan because as Muslims, they subscribed to oppressive beliefs about the role of ...

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  • Rays out score Royals 4-3

    Devon Travis hit his third home run in the last two days, leading off the game with a round-truipper for the second game in a row but that was the first and last loud noise made by a Toronto bat all night. The Royals finally got to Sanchez for back-to-back singles in the fourth inning, putting runners at first and third with just one out. Outside of the one disastrous inning, Sanchez actually pitched quite well in this game as he induced 9 ground ball outs (while not up to his usual ...

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  • NBA head: Nixing Charlotte All-Star Game a business decision

    NBA head: Nixing Charlotte All-Star Game a business decision

    He says members of his own party in the legislature "sabotaged" the plan and Attorney General Roy Cooper undermined it by demanding a full repeal of House Bill 2, which restricts multiple-occupancy restrooms on state property to members of the biological sex indicated on the door, rather than welcome amendments moving law further to his liking.

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  • DOTA 2 Adds VR Spectator Mode

    DOTA 2 Adds VR Spectator Mode

    The International 2016 has just passed the crowd-funded point of no return, surpassing last year's $18.4 million in prizes. As of the time of this writing, $18,661,259 is up for grabs, and that number could grow further as the competition nears.

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