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  • Snoop Dogg concert: Fence collapse leaves dozens injured

    According to Billboard , during a Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa concert on Friday night, a railing collapsed and injured 42 fans. The rappers were performing at the BB&T Center in Camden, New Jersey Friday night when a barrier in front of the stage suddenly collapsed just after 10:00 p.m., according to CBS News.

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  • Wes Morgan confident Leicester can defend their Premier League title

    Wes Morgan confident Leicester can defend their Premier League title

    I am used to speaking about these things. It must be fun initially to decide who parks where and remembering which one is actually yours when they all look the same. I am very excited. "I'm sure we're underdogs so there's nothing to lose". "Yes, I think so". Mourinho refused to bite on accusations by Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the Bayern president, that his treatment of Bastian Schweinsteiger would force other players "to think long and hard" about moving to Old Trafford.

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  • Sharif offers treatment to victims of Kashmir unrest

    Sharif offers treatment to victims of Kashmir unrest

    The minister said that Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in his address at United Nations General Assembly termed Kashmir dispute an incomplete agenda of UN and said that the global community should strive hard for solution of the Kashmir issue as peace in South Asia could not be ensured until its solution.

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  • South Africa's main opposition leads count in Nelson Mandela metro

    South Africa's main opposition leads count in Nelson Mandela metro

    This means that the DA will take about 57 seats and the ANC will take 50 seats. The IEC has predicted that all results would be finalised by Friday evening. Mabuyane suggested they would need Luthuli House to step back and allow the province to sort out the problems in NMB. "We as black people, we still have a common agenda", he added.

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  • Trump ends difficult week by focusing on Hillary Clinton

    The correction, swift as it was, didn't go unnoticed. Clinton has claimed the Federal Bureau of Investigation director said her statements on the subject have been "truthful". "I'm going to work my heart out in this campaign and as president to produce results for people, to get the economy to work for everybody, not just (for) those at the top, to do as much as I can to help people who, as I said earlier, may not even vote for me".

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  • Man drowns in East Haven condo complex pool

    Man drowns in East Haven condo complex pool

    Communications staff determined the call was made from the clubhouse and community pool center at the Birches condominium complex, located on 75 Red Wood Drive in East Haven. A pool attendant assigned to the area told officers Vitali was playing in the deep end with his young son when she noticed Vitali underwater for an extended period of time.

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  • Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal visits attack site in Kokrajhar

    Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal visits attack site in Kokrajhar

    National Investigation Agency (NIA) combed the site of the attack after the incident. Delegates from Congress party, including Ripun Bora, Rokibul Hussain and others, visited Kokrajhar today. The locals said that while the security forces have been able to corner the NDFB (S) militants in the past two years, the security in and around Kokrajhar town were relaxed.

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  • Trump endorses Rep. Ryan during speech in Green Bay

    While they might "disagree on a couple of things", they agreed on a lot as well, he added. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives at Republican National Committee headquarters on Capitol Hill ahead of a meeting with RNC Chairman Reince Priebus , Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) and GOP House leadership.

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  • Obama commutes sentences of 214 convicts; 67 had life sentence

    Obama commutes sentences of 214 convicts; 67 had life sentence

    The massive number of cuts to the sentences, which included reductions for 67 life sentences , amounted to the greatest number of commutations granted in a single day in more than 100 years and surpassed the number of commutations announced by the previous nine presidents combined.

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  • Summer Games Officially Open

    Summer Games Officially Open

    The Parade of Nations is always the Games' first big test of stamina, and with new countries such as Kosovo and South Sudan taking their place in the pageant for the first time, as well as a team of refugee athletes, Rio's race through the atlas was even more gruelling than usual.

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  • Gana Clinton terreno frente a Trump

    Tras el anuncio el martes del congresista Richard Hanna de que su voto irá para la adversaria demócrata, ayer fue la presidenta de Hewlett Packard, Meg Whitman, republicana muy influyente, retiró su apoyo a Trump , porque "su carácter autoritario supondrá una amenaza", y anunció que no sólo votará a Clinton , sino que hará una "considerable" donación para impedir la victoria del republicano.

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  • Media in overdrive to protect Hillary Clinton and destroy Donald Trump

    Friday began with Donald Trump doing something he rarely ever does (admitting he was wrong) and is expected to end with him doing something he pointedly refused to do last week ( endorse Paul Ryan ). Kelly Ayotte and Democratic senate candidate Gov. Maggie Hassan, a new WBUR poll conducted after the Democratic National Convention showed Hassan with a ten-point edge over Ayotte.

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  • Nueva protesta en Caracas para presionar al Poder Electoral

    El rector del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE), Luis Emilio Rondón , se trasladó desde las inmediaciones de la sede del Poder Electoral hacia el edificio oficial del partido Acción Democrática en La Florida, en Caracas , para recibir el documento en el que la Mesa de la Unidad Democrática solicitó oficialmente que se anuncie la fecha para recolectar el 20% de firmas que activaría el referendo revocatorio en el país .

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  • In reversal, Trump endorses Ryan, McCain, Ayotte

    In reversal, Trump endorses Ryan, McCain, Ayotte

    Earlier in the week, Trump told The Washington Post that he is not yet ready to endorse Ryan ahead of the speaker's August 9 primary. Trump told the Washington Post earlier this week he likes Ryan, "But these are terrible times for our country.

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  • New poll shows Clinton with largest lead over Trump yet

    Much of Clinton's support on this question came from black, Hispanic and Asian-American survey participants. So much of Trump's pitch to voters was based on his standing in the polls - I'm winning and that means I am a victor and, therefore, someone you should vote for - that it was hard to imagine what he would even say if he wasn't ahead.

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  • Judge rules John Hinckley ready to leave mental hospital

    When that didn't work, he set his sights on President Jimmy Carter. Before Reagan, Hinckley would stalk then President Jimmy Carter and later be arrested on firearms charges. This is troubling, especially given that Hinckley eventually may be allowed to live on his own. In the 1990s, Hinckley was allowed supervised visits with family members at the home of his 90-year-old mother.

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  • Thai official: Voters approve new junta-backed constitution

    After voting, Prayuth called on Thais to turn out in big numbers "because today is important for the future of the country". "Far from being the key step toward the achievement of what the NCPO has termed 'full and sustainable democracy, ' the draft charter creates undemocratic institutions, weakens the power of future elected governments, and is likely to fuel political instability", the global rights consortium FIDH said in a report August 3, referring to the junta's official name, the ...

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  • Louisiana sheriff: Missing helicopter found, but no pilot

    The helicopter, a Schweizer 259C two-seater, is owned by Gulf Coast Helicopters, a company out of Pearland, Texas, specializing in aerial surveys and inspections of pipelines. Coast Guard. Around 9:30 a.m. this morning a Louisiana State Police helicopter found the wreckage site and notified LDWF agents and sheriff deputies in boats that were near the area.

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  • Trump endorses Paul Ryan in Wisconsin primary

    His timing was a bit curious, competing with the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The divides in the GOP are deep, but Trump's endorsement of Paul Ryan , John McCain and Kelly Ayotte may signal moves to bridge the divide and present a unified front against Hillary Clinton.

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  • Police Use Tear Gas Against Protesters Outside Maracana Stadium in Rio

    Police Use Tear Gas Against Protesters Outside Maracana Stadium in Rio

    But with more than a dash of "gambiarra", the Brazilian art of quick-fixes and making do, Rio is ready. While Brazil's controversial interim President Michel Temer gave an address at the Opening Ceremony . Brazilian football legend Pele had been lined up to perform the role but was too unwell, while Wimbledon champion Andy Murray was the flag bearer for Team GB.

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  • "Estamos todos cuestionados" — Ricardo Lagos

    Luego que el ex Presidente Ricardo Lagos señalara en una entrevista que vivimos "en la peor crisis institucional que ha tenido Chile" y asegurara no estar seguro "si el país aguanta un año y medio", el diputado y presidente del Partido Comunista (PC), Guillermo Teillier , criticó duramente sus dichos y a su juicio, el ex Mandatario buscaría posicionarse como un "salvador" en miras de presidenciales del próximo año.

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  • Hillary Clinton about Trump's racism

    Hillary Clinton about Trump's racism

    Comey said the Federal Bureau of Investigation found 110 emails in 52 email chains contained classified information, 8 of those chains contained "top secret information at the time they were sent", 36 chains had "secret" information and 8 contained "confidential information".

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  • Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof attacked in jail

    Sheriff Al Cannon is holding an early afternoon news conference to discuss the assault . They were still being interviewed Thursday and Cannon said a decision about whether they would return to their regularly scheduled shifts had not yet been made.

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  • Iowa men among 214 commuted federal inmate sentences

    Matthew Troy Johnson of Baltimore was sentenced in 2003 to 21 years and 10 months in prison for possession with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base and aiding and abetting. She will be released two years from now if she enrolls in drug treatment in prison. Still, 562 might not be the height of Obama's commutation legacy.

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  • Florida begins aerial spraying to fight Zika

    The CDC issued an unprecedented travel warning Monday, advising pregnant women and their partners not to travel to a small community just north of downtown Miami, where Zika is actively circulating. As for the rest of the state, Bergen and Passaic counties have 15 cases each, the most for any of the 14 counties with reported cases as of Thursday.

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