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  • Police shoot dead 6 in drugs swoop at mayor's house

    Duterte added when pressed to elaborate on the matter. President Duterte issued yesterday a "shoot-to-kill" order against politicians involved in illegal drugs, saying their unforgivable acts have plunged the country into a crisis. Edgard Arevalo said. "Their silence is unacceptable, while people are being killed on the streets day after day". Hundreds of others have been killed by suspected vigilantes, according to unofficial tallies.

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  • Syrian air strikes 'hit displaced people's camp' near Aleppo

    About 50 rebels and dozens of regime troops have been killed since the assault kicked off on Sunday, according to the Observatory. The Al-Watan daily, which is close to the government, reported on Wednesday that government forces "advanced again south and southwest of Aleppo because of the major setbacks" among rebel factions.

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  • ANC losing its grip on economically strained South Africa

    In a brief address shortly before final results were announced, the 74-year-old Mr Zuma thanked South Africans for a vote he called largely peaceful, free and fair. He added that "the idea that his party was a white one has been 'completely shattered'". The ANC said it would "reflect and introspect where our support has dropped".

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  • Philippines: Duterte links 150 judges, politicians to illegal drugs trade

    Harrowing photographs showing bodies lying in pools of blood on the streets have gone viral on the internet, numerous victims shot at point blank range after being dragged from their homes. The president said he had been forced to announce the move because of the scale of his country's illegal drug problem. Duterte and Philippines prosecutors maintain that the shoot-to-kill policies are legal and that numerous suspects died in shootouts with police.

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  • "Apparent endorsement" of extrajudicial killings in Philippines condemned

    Harrowing photographs showing bodies lying in pools of blood on the streets have gone viral on the internet, numerous victims shot at point blank range after being dragged from their homes. "There are no proceedings here, no lawyers", Duterte said in a pre-dawn speech just before he began naming the suspects. "I don't care about human rights, believe me", he said in a news conference.

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  • DA wins Nelson Mandela metro

    It has now lost two, including Nelson Mandela Bay, named after the country's first black president and former ANC leader. With most of the votes counted, the ANC's nationwide support has collapsed from 61.9 per cent in 2011 to 54 per cent in 2016, while support for the largest opposition party Democratic Alliance (DA) has grown from 23.9 per cent to 27.1 per cent.

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  • Donald Trump Endorses Paul Ryan, John McCain, Kelly Ayotte

    In addition to praising Ryan, Trump also threw his support behind Arizona Sen. Ryan believes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation "is as important now as I would say it's been in my lifetime", while Trump recently suggested the United States would only come to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies' defense if " they fulfill their obligations to us ".

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  • Voter ID ruling creates opportunity for North Carolina voters

    Voter ID ruling creates opportunity for North Carolina voters

    On Friday, a North Carolina appeals court struck down a law that would require voters to show photo ID at the ballot box, saying that the law intentionally discriminated against African-American voters. The appeals court cited data that these methods were used disproportionately by black voters, who also were more likely to lack a qualifying ID, and it blocked the contested provisions of the law.

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  • Freedom Caucus Blasts House GOP Leaders For Kansas Rep's Primary Loss

    Freedom Caucus Blasts House GOP Leaders For Kansas Rep's Primary Loss

    Huelskamp supporters say this is a disappointing loss. "Getting kicked off the Agriculture Committee is a crime that can't be forgiven", Brian Scheideman, a drivers education teacher in the district, told the Associated Press . Chamber of Commerce. Huelskamp was a frequent critic of Boehner, who resigned a year ago amid strife with the Republican Party's right wing. Another candidate, Alan LaPolice , of Clyde, who came close to defeating Huelskamp in the 2014 primary, has launched a ...

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  • Rio police arrest Moroccan boxer on sex assault allegation

    Rio police arrest Moroccan boxer on sex assault allegation

    Police said the possible attacks by happened Wednesday. "Saada has stated that the cleaning staff passed by and that they requested pins and that he gave them a few before they left", she added. He was to have fought in the light-heavyweight category at Rio, with his first bout scheduled for Saturday against Turkey's Mehmet Nadir Unal, G1 reported.

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  • Mandela's party loses ground in worst result for decades

    Counting of votes in the local government elections will continue on Friday with Tshwane and Johannesburg remaining battlegrounds where the ANC and the DA were neck-and-neck. The radical leftist Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party led by Julius Malema, Zuma's one-time protege but now arch-foe, was running a distant third with about 10 percent of the vote.

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  • Purple Heart vets: Donald Trump is not one of us

    Purple Heart vets: Donald Trump is not one of us

    Khizr Khan , a lawyer, had said that Trump has "sacrificed nothing and no one " for his country. Trump told the Times he received the 1-Y deferment, which was highly sought after by young men seeking to avoid military conscription, because of the foot condition, which he said prevented him from walking long distances.

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  • S. Africa's ANC Loses Outright Control of Johannesburg Council

    A man pushes a wheelbarrow past a billboard of South Africa's Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party in Soweto on August 5, 2016. ANC's poor performance in the polls is being linked to various scandals faced by Zuma in recent years. "The most significant development is the ANC's decline in major metropolitan municipalities, which could see key cities being governed by opposition coalitions".

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  • Third-Party Nominees Failed To Sue Their Way Into Presidential Debates

    Third-Party Nominees Failed To Sue Their Way Into Presidential Debates

    The poll showed that Johnson and Stein are better known than many former minor-party candidates, although they are not almost as well-known as other third-party candidates such as Ross Perot or Ralph Nader. Johnson, in other words, is caught in an election cycle Catch-22: To get acknowledged by pollsters, he needs higher numbers, but he won't get higher numbers until the pollsters acknowledge him.

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  • President Pranab Mukherjee wishes Indian contingent in Rio 2016 Olympics

    The Indian table tennis team at the Olympic Games Village in Rio . Archery is one of India's best chances at a medal (s), and getting off to a smooth start will be essential. Japan, the World Cup runner-up, did not qualify for these Games, but the 12-team field features six World Cup quarterfinalists in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, China and the U.S.

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  • Gulen Denounces Turkish Arrest Warrant

    Gulen Denounces Turkish Arrest Warrant

    Turkish plans to restructure its armed forces are aimed at eliminating the possibility of another coup attempt and the moves will be in line with the structure and spirit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance, Turkey's defence minister said on Friday.

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  • "A Brasil se lo castigó injustamente por ser sudamericano" — Macri

    Acompañaron a Macri a la Villa Olímpica, su esposa, la primera dama Juliana Awada; la canciller Susana Malcorra, el ministro de Educación y Deportes, Esteban Bullrich; el secretario general de la Presidencia, Fernando de Andreis; el secretario de Legal y Técnica, Pablo Clusellas, además del presidente del Comité Olímpico Argentino, Gerardo Werthein.

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  • Científico nuclear iraní fue ejecutado por espiar para EE.UU

    Científico nuclear iraní fue ejecutado por espiar para EE.UU

    Ejeie fue tajante al afirmar que Amirí, de 39 años y en prisión desde 2010, fue condenado a muerte y ejecutado por espiar en favor de los EE. UU. "Esta persona tenía acceso a información clasificada del establecimiento y la ofreció al enemigo", señaló a la prensa el portavoz del Poder Judicial iraní, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ejei.

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  • Audience Railing Collapses During Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa Event

    Audience Railing Collapses During Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa Event

    It appears too much pressure was put on the railing and it simply collapsed, causing a group of people to tumble over the edge and onto the harsh unforgiving concrete below. Their conditions were not immediately known. Many people left the area, while others were limping off or needed assistance from others. The event was subsequently cancelled, though organizers announced that Saturday's show at the BB&T arena featuring Salt N Pepa , Bryan Adams and Vanilla Ice will move forward as ...

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  • 'Canada has to change,' reaction to MMIW inquiry

    Although former Prime Minister Stephen Harper rejected the idea claiming enough studies have been done, the launch of the new federal inquiry honours an election campaign commitment past year by Justin Trudeau's victorious Liberals. The five people appointed to lead the inquiry are BC First Nations judge Marion Buller , First Nations advocate Michèle Audette, Ottawa-based lawyer Qajaq Robinson , Aboriginal law expert Marilyn Poitras, and human rights lawyer Brian Eyolfson .

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  • First UN aid since June for Syrians trapped on border with Jordan

    First UN aid since June for Syrians trapped on border with Jordan

    Syria has been mired in civil war since 2011, with government forces loyal to President Bashar Assad fighting numerous opposition factions and extremist groups. It was the first humanitarian assistance delivered since the border closure in June, and was the first time that WFP used cranes to deliver relief items.

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  • Pega 'Earl' a 17 municipios de Veracruz

    Pega 'Earl' a 17 municipios de Veracruz

    Entre los muertos hay un menor, dijo Yolanda Gutiérrez Carlín, secretaria de Protección Civil del estado de Veracruz. Y al menos unas 40 familias fueron evacuadas preventivamente de sus casas por el riesgo de otro derrumbe de tierra, explicó la funcionaria, que advirtió también del crecimiento del río Jamapa.

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  • Mandela's African National Congress Suffers Major Setback

    The DA was also narrowly ahead in the country's economic hub of Johannesburg , while the ANC held a slim margin in Tshwane, home to the capital Pretoria . The ANC and DA are on 41.84 percent and 41.72 percent of the vote respectively in Johannesburg , with the EFF on 10.81 percent; and 41.91 percent 43.49 percent in Pretoria , with the EFF on 10.57 percent.

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  • German woman arrested in Turkey's post-coup crackdown

    Turkey accuses Gulen , a former ally of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , of masterminding the coup attempt by renegade military officers. The crisis in Turkey has erupted at a time when the Ankara-Washington relationship is as important as ever, with the U.S.

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  • Machete attack against Belgian police is likely terrorism, officials say

    Police also said in January that some of the men involved in the November 13 Paris attacks used an apartment in Charleroi to plot their assaults. According to the channel, the knifeman was shot by a third police officer. The attacks were claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group. It comes as Belgium is on high alert for attacks from Islamist militants. One of the two officers suffered deep cuts around the face and has been taken to hospital, the Belga news agency reported .

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  • Belgian police attacked with machete in Charleroi

    The Charleroi assailant, who shouted " Allahu Akbar " (God is greatest), was shot after attacking the officers outside the police headquarters, and subsequently died of his wounds. The assailant, who has not yet been identified by Belgian law enforcement, was fatally shot as he attacked the officers. "[A female officer] was rushed to hospital and is in a particularly bad way", an official said, according to the Daily Mail .

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  • Fathers 4 Justice Protestors Demonstrate on Jeremy Corbyn's Roof

    Referring to the challenger, Mr Smith, Mr Rickhuss said: "In a short space of time he has laid out detailed plans to make workplaces fairer and more prosperous". During Thursday's hustings, Mr Corbyn vowed to fight to keep Port Talbot Steelworks open and also to invest in transport projects. Owen Smith promised an extra £10bn for infrastructure in Wales and to allow spending on the NHS to increase by 4% each year in the next parliament.

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  • ANC Hit By Biggest Election Setback For 22 Years

    Zuma didn't appear to respond. The provincial executive committee of the African National Congress chapter in Gauteng said in a statement April 12, "Our president, comrade Jacob Zuma, should reflect deeply and do the right thing to resolve the unprecedented crisis that the ANC now faces".

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