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  • Obama takes on Trump with tough talk

    House Speaker Paul Ryan cited a scheduling conflict, while Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said he'd attend an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner instead of appearing with his party's standard bearer. Ted Cruz, and his enduring friction with GOP leaders there does not bode well for him in what is already one of the toughest presidential battleground states for any Republican.

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  • Microsoft to Release Two Windows 10 Updates in 2017

    Meanwhile, Windows 10 Pro will set you back $199 or £130. On Tuesday, The Seattle Times reported on two lawsuits that had been filed against Microsoft regarding the company's actions with Windows 10. In Windows 10, the users will get a new notification center, which is named as Action Center. Previous to that, it had been thought that RS2 would emerge before the end of 2016.

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  • Rugby makes triumphant Olympic return at Rio 2016

    Chairman Bill Beaumont was equally excited to be back in the Olympic fold and said the return to the Games had already had a "profound effect" on the sport, which at the elite level has always been restricted to the Anglo-Saxon world and France .

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  • Indian media not allowed into SAARC meet venue: Rajnath Singh

    Indian media not allowed into SAARC meet venue: Rajnath Singh

    Pakistan Interior Minister had invited everyone for lunch, but then he left in his auto. "I urged all members that terrorists should not be glorified nor should they be patronized". Singh said he informed the SAARC ministers about recent initiatives by Government for women and child safety as also about financial inclusion schemes of Jandhan and Aadhaar to provide honest, transparent and accountable governance.

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  • Four detained in Dalit girl rape case in Hapur

    Four detained in Dalit girl rape case in Hapur

    After a search, we found her bleeding near a tube-well. The villagers also claimed that they tried calling the emergency number 100 but it was not reachable. At least eight armed men had stopped the vehicle of a family on the Delhi-Kanpur highway on last Saturday night and dragged the members to nearby sugarcane fields and proceeded to rape 38-year-old mother and her teenage daughter.

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  • Harvard Poll: Majority Support Late-Term Abortions For Zika-Affected Cases

    The poll found that 59 percent of Americans favor allowing a woman to obtain a legal abortion after 24 weeks of pregnancy "if a woman is infected with Zika virus and a health professional believes there is a serious possibility that the baby would be born with a severe birth defect that includes an abnormally small head and brain damage", which is known as microcephaly.

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  • Human rights group: Assad's forces bombed hospitals in Aleppo's 'worst week'

    At a Pentagon news conference, Obama also criticized Russian Federation for its continuing support of Syrian government attacks against opposition forces and its sieges of populated areas like Aleppo . The last delivery to the opposition-held half of the city, home to an estimated 300,000 people, was in June. "We are in intensive discussions with the Russian Federation and the government of Syria to ensure that the civilian population in Aleppo is protected and that standards of worldwide ...

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  • Dungy, Harrison, Pace, Greene, Stabler enter Hall of Fame

    Stanfel, who died past year at age 87, also was a seniors committee selection. Recalling a poor game he played in high school, Favre said that he overhead his father tell fellow coaches that his son would redeem himself. "Seeing all these people has me going again". Favre said he fell in love with football as a teenager watching a grizzled Ken Stabler leading the New Orleans Saints in their final regular season game in 1983.

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  • Belgian prosecutors say machete-wielding attacker may have been inspired by terrorism

    Prime Minister Charles Michel said that the identity of the assailant or his motive was not immediately known but "initial indications very clearly point towards terrorism". "We don't know if this is the action of a lone wolf", Jambon told RTF television. Officers initially said the attacker was still alive after the attack in front of the city's police station, but later announced on social media that he had died of his wounds.

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  • Pope Francis: Too many children are dying in Syria's war

    Pope Francis: Too many children are dying in Syria's war

    The Syrian government seized the only route into rebel-held areas in northern Aleppo last month, prompting a rebel counter offensive from the city's south. Families in the western districts late Saturday rushed to buy any food and drink left in preparation for shortages, a resident told AFP. "Of course I have faith in the army, but I can't help being scared.

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  • 'I don't think she's all there'

    Ahead of the nominating conventions Clinton had a four-point lead over Trump, according to an Post-ABC News survey. But he has also questioned the accuracy of some of the public statements she's made about the issue. When Trump declared that Clinton was "a liar" and "a disgusting, frightful human being" who wasn't fit to serve in the White House, one man in the crowd started barking like a dog.

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  • Google welcomes Rio Olympics with mobile 'Doodle Fruit Games'

    Coming back to the Olympics, Google has successfully developed a complete and comprehensive widget that promises to be a one-stop information centre for everything related to the Games. The company is now letting users around the globe to play Doodle Fruit Games on their handsets by simply updating the Google Search app and tapping on the Google logo.

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  • Republicans Calling for Trump to Drop Out of the Race

    On Monday, Sen. John McCain , whom Trump once mocked for being captured and tortured as a prisoner of war, rebuked Trump's comments about the Khans. The unemployment rate remained a low 4.9 per cent as more Americans launched job searches and almost as many were hired. On Friday, Trump also made a rare admission he was wrong in claiming he saw a video of a United States cash payment going to Iran.

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  • Somalis in Maine strike back after Trump's comments

    This week, Richard Hanna of NY became the first Republican member of Congress to endorse Hillary Clinton, although Hanna is retiring at the end of the year. In an interview Friday on WISN radio in Wisconsin, Ryan also reiterated that the endorsement he cares about is from his own voters. Trump on Friday announced he was setting up an advisory team to help guide him on economic policy.

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  • Martínez de Giorgi: "No hay ningún tipo de presión"

    La dirigente social está acusada de haber recibido y administrado desde la Asociación Madres de Plaza de Mayo, entre 2008 y 2011, fondos del Gobierno que no fueron trasladados a los trabajadores que prestaron sus servicios en el programa de construcción de viviendas "Sueños Compartidos" (ver infografía).

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  • UN rights official criticizes Iran for executing 20 people

    UN rights official criticizes Iran for executing 20 people

    Montazeri said that the convicts, some of whom had come from overseas, followed "takfiri" ideologies, a term Shiite-majority Iran uses for describing Sunni jihadists. Among them is upholding worldwide law and setting an example of respect for basic human rights, foremost the right to life, to other states in the region.

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  • American Shooter Wins First Gold Medal of Rio Games

    American Shooter Wins First Gold Medal of Rio Games

    Said Thrasher: "I had some distracting thoughts about the medals (midway through), but I just breathed through it and concentrated on shooting the best that I could". Thrasher, the youngest of the 15 members of the US rifle team, bested a field of 50 competitors, comfortably winning the final duel with China's Du Li , who won gold medals at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics .

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  • Syrian rebels breach government-imposed siege on Aleppo

    Syrian rebels breach government-imposed siege on Aleppo

    Opposition fighters and militant Islamists have waged fierce assaults since July 31 to end the siege, which trapped an estimated 250,000 civilians in Aleppo's eastern districts. It has a huge supply of ammunition and is used regularly to shell parts of the city held by opposition forces. The fall of that strip would also cut off western Aleppo , which is in government hands.

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  • Clinton still hedging on email 'truths'

    Clinton still hedging on email 'truths'

    The journalist countered this by playing a clip of Comey himself retorting, " That's not true ". "The Washington Post Fact Checker gave Clinton "four Pinocchios", its highest rating for dishonesty, and Politifact rated her statement as "[Suit] Pants on Fire ".

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  • Harvard Republican Club won't support Donald Trump

    Harvard Republican Club won't support Donald Trump

    The club says it will instead focus its efforts on "reclaiming the Republican Party from those who have done it considerable harm". The organization said Trump's platform would endanger Americans' security both at home and overseas, and his views are not consistent with conservative principles.

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  • Trump Again References Iran Cash Transfer Video

    The actual video shows footage from Geneva, Switzerland, on January 17, where American hostages flew after Iran allowed them to leave prison. The U.S. But in neighboring Wisconsin, a state Trump insists he can win, the state's best-known Republicans said they were too busy to attend his evening event.

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  • President Obama says Trump is "unfit" to be president

    Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence isn't addressing GOP tensions after running mate Donald Trump refused to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan or Arizona Sen. Former Navy Captain Anne Rawley tends to vote for liberal candidates, but says she's open to nominees across the political spectrum. Keefe told the newspaper he chose to start the site when he heard Trump say Tuesday that he had "always wanted" a Purple Heart , the medal for those killed or wounded in military service.

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  • Earl se degrada a ciclón tropical en centro de México

    Earl se degrada a ciclón tropical en centro de México

    En tanto, en la ciudad de Xalapa , capital del estado, la intensa lluvia provocó que tres viviendas colapsaran y dejaran dos heridos. La Secretaría de Protección Civil de Veracruz solicitará declaratoria de emergencia para al menos 25 municipios afectados por la tormenta tropical 'Earl' .

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  • Clinton rests; Trump, Obama spar on campaign trail

    Clinton rests; Trump, Obama spar on campaign trail

    He also asked Trump if he had read the U.S. Constitution. The president said his opposition to Trump is about more than policy differences. Trump first criticized McCain last summer during a town hall in Iowa when he questioned whether McCain, a Vietnam War pilot who spent several years undergoing torture as a prisoner of war after his plane was shot down, should really be considered a hero.

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  • Mainly Kurdish fighters control much of Syrian IS stronghold

    On Saturday, opposition fighters and allied jihadists captured territory south of Aleppo in a bid to cut off regime forces and open up a new route into besieged rebel-held districts. Catholic nuns in the war torn Syrian city of Aleppo are appealing for help as fierce clashes between government troops and opposing rebels have put their convent in the line of fire, according to the Religion News Service .

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  • USA investigating whether airstrike killed civilians in Syria

    It is not known if those 13 are civilians or members of Isis, which has been fending off ground and air attacks for more than two months from the USA and its Syrian allies. Earlier this month, on July 19, suspected USA airstrikes killed scores of civilians in al-Tokhar village near Manbij . The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also reported that air strikes had hit a hospital and a centre for first responders in Kafr Takhareem village, in a rural part of Idlib province.

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  • Thais await results of referendum on new constitution

    Potchana Surapitic, 53, who voted for the constitution in Bangkok , said she was convinced the military's promise to hold full elections next year was the country's best chance for stability. On the ballot there are two questions, the first being "Do you accept the 2016 draft of the constitution?", and the second being "In order to reform the country continuously according to the strategy, should the Senate be allowed to join the House of Representatives in the voting process to select a ...

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  • Thousands denounce Turkey coup in Cyprus' breakaway north

    Turkey has accused US -based preacher Fetullah Gulen of ordering the foiled coup, which martyred 239 and left almost 2,200 injured, and has repeatedly demanded his extradition to Turkey to face trial. Demonstrators, including many mainland Turks who live in the island's breakaway north, chanted pro-democracy slogans along with Erdogan's name in an outburst of national fervor in Sarayonu Square Friday.

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