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  • French gymnast breaks leg during Olympic vault

    French gymnast, Samir Ait Said, broke his leg during a unsafe vault at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Horrified audience members watched the 26-year-old, who has won gold and silver on the rings in past competitions, as he squirmed in agony on the mat after his injury.

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  • Phelps Eager to Get Started on 5th Olympics

    Phelps Eager to Get Started on 5th Olympics

    Because Ledecky was so far beyond the rest of the field in her core events, she and her coach, Bruce Gemmell, had the luxury of training through trials and saving her taper for Rio. The grueling event featuring all four strokes - butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle - was missing its two biggest stars. As much as the US star wanted to save American hopes, it was asking too much in an event the women haven't won in 20 years.

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  • Thais Vote On Controversial New Constitution

    Thais Vote On Controversial New Constitution

    Thai soldiers cast their ballots during a constitutional referendum vote in Bangkok , Thailand , August 7, 2016. Thai constitutions tend to get torn up and rewritten whenever the power balance shifts. An opaque, lengthy second question on the ballot form requests public endorsement for the senate to have involvement and an effective veto in the appointment of a prime minister, who need no longer be elected.

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  • Belgian premier, police confer following machete attack

    Charleroi police spokesman David Quinaux said the man had a machete in a sports bag and took it out as he reached a security checkpoint outside the headquarters. Local media reported that Mr Michel was returning from holiday and would meet with the security services on Sunday. Michel had previously said the attacker has not been identified "but it seems once more to be an attack with a terrorist connotation".

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  • Shocking Footage inside Inside Dubai's flaming Boeing 777

    Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet, too, cancelled all its flights to Dubai which were to be operated on Thursday. The plane appeared to be lying on its belly. Another man said his family had also told him they were OK and there had been a problem with the landing gear. Meanwhile, Dubai Airports has confirmed that a total of 116 arriving and 121 departing flights were cancelled and a total of 44 inbound flights were diverted to neighbouring airports following the incident yesterday ( ...

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  • Key Restrictions in Referendum Imposed by Thai Military

    Polls have opened across Thailand, enabling millions to vote on a new constitution that, if passed, gives extra powers to the military, which seized control of the government in a 2014 coup. The most divisive clauses call for a junta-appointed senate - including six seats reserved for military commanders - to check elected lawmakers and increased powers for courts, which are already accused of political bias.

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  • Police want Dennis Rodman charged with felony after vehicle crash

    Rodman left the scene after talking briefly with the BMW driver, police said. Dennis Rodman was named a person of interest in a hit-and-run investigation last month, and the former National Basketball Association star could be heading toward charges if the reports about his involvement in the crash are accurate.

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  • Police and protesters clash in Rio anti-Olympic showdown

    The opening ceremony traced Brazil's history, from its earliest people, to the coming of the Europeans along with Rio's development into a pulsating metropolis. Had he stayed, he would have been standing in the stadium for more than half of the expected 2-hour ceremony. Gymnastics could unearth a new heroine in America's teenage star Simone Biles, while rugby and golf return to the Olympic program after gaps of 92 years and 112 years respectively.

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  • American Virginia Thrasher wins first gold medal of Rio Olympics

    American Virginia Thrasher wins first gold medal of Rio Olympics

    Hoang had missed qualifying for the final at London 2012 by one place. Du Li and Yi Siling , both from China, took home the Silver and Bronze medal respectively. "I thought, 'Oh no". "The adrenaline rush was incredible", Thrasher said . "Things were happening very fast and all of a sudden, my aim was good and it was an exciting feeling".

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  • Obama pushes back on criticism of Iran payments

    The timing of the arrival of the cash coincided with the release of the four detained Americans as well as implementation of the nuclear deal, leading to charges that the settlement of the 35-year-old claim was a "ransom" payment . He took the opportunity to defend the landmark nuclear accord that the USA -led worldwide coalition reached with Iran more than a year ago. But then the revolution and hostage crisis occurred, causing the U.S.

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  • President Barack Obama Says Cash to Iran Not Ransom for Hostages

    That same day, the Obama administration announced a prisoner swap between the USA and Iran , in which we traded seven Iranian criminals and removed another 14 from an Interpol "most wanted" list. LLAMAS: With the Obama administration taking heat for what critics say is a $ 400 million ransom payment to Iran , Trump telling crowds about a video showing that USA cash delivery.

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  • San Diego police arrest suspects in officer shooting

    San Diego police arrest suspects in officer shooting

    It started about 11 p.m. Thursday = when two veteran gang unit officers in bulletproof vests stopped a person on a street. DeGuzman was the 10th police officer to be fatally shot in the line of duty in the USA this month, causing Zimmerman to lament the increase in violence against law enforcement.

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  • Team Ryan on Trump Endorsement: The Speaker 'Appreciates the Gesture'

    Islamic State terrorists "dream of Hillary Clinton ", Trump said of his Democratic challenger, who is the first woman to become the presidential nominee of a major party. "Donald Trump needed to endorse Paul Ryan ", the eldest son of former President Ronald Reagan told Don Lemon on CNN . " Donald Trump's not totally comfortable with the establishment what he considers establishment Republican side, and I will call it the traditional Republicans aren't quite comfortable yet with this ...

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  • Donald Trump ends standoff with Ryan, strains to unite GOP

    Donald Trump ends standoff with Ryan, strains to unite GOP

    Still, Trump's rapid slide must have given some pause to even the self-confident candidate himself. "She used the term "short circuited" - a real short circuit to the brain", Trump said Saturday. He even said, at one point in this campaign, " A lot of times, when you apologize, they use it as ammunition against [you ]". Mr. Trump announced he was setting up an economic advisory team to help guide him on economic policy.

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  • Polls Suggest Trump Is in Trouble

    WSJ's Shelby Holliday breaks down the numbers. JILL STEIN , Green Party Presidential Candidate: I would feel awful if Donald Trump gets elected. For the Clinton campaign , assailing Mr. Trump is a more appealing strategy than trying to rehabilitate their candidate's image over the next three months.

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  • American Thrasher hits first gold on Olympics debut

    American Thrasher hits first gold on Olympics debut

    Thrasher wasn't one of the favorites to win a medal coming into the Olympics. A figure skater growing up, she switched sports five years ago after a hunting trip with her family. "About halfway through when I took the lead it kind of became clear to me that I was in contention for a medal, but I quickly pushed that thought away and focused on breathing and taking one shot at a time", Thrasher said.

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  • Taiwanese police: Driver in bus crash that killed 26 was drunk

    Taiwanese police: Driver in bus crash that killed 26 was drunk

    Everyone on board the bus was killed when it crashed into a highway barrier and caught fire near Taoyuan Airport. Including a Chinese tour guide, 24 of those on board were visitors from northeast China's Liaoning province who had been scheduled to fly home on the afternoon of the accident, which took place on the highway near Taiwan's main global airport.

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  • Cleric Gulen denounces Turkish arrest warrant over failed coup

    Cleric Gulen denounces Turkish arrest warrant over failed coup

    Gülen, who has lived in the United States since 1999, strongly denies any involvement and the movement he leads insists it is a charitable network promoting tolerant Islam. More than 60,000 in the military, judiciary, civil service and education have been detained, suspended or placed under investigation in Turkey since the coup but until this week sport had seemingly remained clear of any involvement.

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  • McDonald's debuts new buns with no HFCS

    McDonald's said Monday it will be processing Chicken McNuggets and other items without artificial preservatives and removing high-fructose corn syrup from burger buns, according to the Associated Press . So as long as we are eating the fast food as part of a balanced diet - like maybe don't have McDonald's for lunch and KFC for dinner - it's okay. Leo Burnett Chicago also created a full-page print ad that ran in Tuesday's The New York Times and Washington Post outlining some of the ...

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  • Kashmir unrest: Burhan Wani's father offers his daughter to join 'struggle'

    In order to put up a united face, the Pakistan backed separatists had recently formed umbrella group that comprises Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik. One of the supporters of Wani, requested the crowd not to pelt stones at security forces and private vehicles saying that, it will lead to more protests and police actions.

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  • In speech, Trump targets Somalis in Minnesota, Maine

    In speech, Trump targets Somalis in Minnesota, Maine

    Ryan, who has criticized aspects of Trump's campaign, replied that his endorsement of the NY businessman is not a blank check, and "if I see and hear things that I think are wrong, I'm not going to sit by and say nothing". Ryan faces off against Republican Paul Nehlen in his primary Tuesday. He has skipped from one misstep to the next, sparking a fresh wave of Republican defections among longtime party loyalists who refuse to support their presidential nominee - including some who even ...

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  • Favre address highlights football Hall of Fame inductions

    In that same story, Favre also said that he wanted his HOF speech to be authentic and from the heart. So a new goal had entered my mind, then and there. And that No. 4 did just not come in Packer gold this weekend. Fighting through the emotion, Favre proceeded to talk about how his father taught him toughness and teamwork, and that "there was no room for crybabies" in the Favre house.

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  • Trump ends hard week with focus on Clinton

    Trump ends hard week with focus on Clinton

    We have to win this election", Trump told a rally in Ryan's state of Wisconsin. Clinton also touched on economic reform to combat the high unemployment rates in communities of color and acknowledged that Trump's campaign, much like McCain and Palin's before it, enflames the worst aspects of America.

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  • Erdogan urges Turkey's central bank to raise foreign reserves

    Erdogan urges Turkey's central bank to raise foreign reserves

    However, Gulen who lives in exile in Pennsylvania has denied any involvement in the coup and has suggest Erdogan may have staged it himself to increase his power. In Turkey's last national elections, 60 percent of them voted for Turkey's ruling AKP Party, according to the organisation of Turkish Communities in Germany.

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  • Chicago police may have violated policy in fatal shooting

    The videos appear to show cops warning one another to turn their body cameras off, according to the Chicago Tribune . New dashcam and body camera video of a fatal police shooting in Chicago was released Friday. She did not elaborate. Johnson has said the officers, who he noted Saturday received the same training as the rest of the department, violated a department policy.

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  • President Obama Calls Donald Trump's Rigged Election Claim "Ridiculous"

    Trump's remarks play into a belief among some Republicans that voter fraud is a widespread problem, even though studies find it to be extremely rare . After the denunciation, Trump's campaign responded by lambasting Hillary Clinton . After fielding several questions about a possible Donald Trump presidency during an afternoon news conference at the Pentagon, President Barack Obama asked the media to look to previous statements to asses his stance on the matter in the future.

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  • Fed official says 1 rate increase might be needed this year

    Fed official says 1 rate increase might be needed this year

    Still, lingering anxiety over the fallout from Britain's stunning vote to leave European Union on June 23, known as Brexit, and a renewed weakness in the energy market may keep the Fed from following up with another rate increase after the first hike in almost a decade back in December.

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