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  • Deslizamientos de tierra dejó una persona muerta en México

    Deslizamientos de tierra dejó una persona muerta en México

    La Dirección General de Protección Civil del Gobierno del Estado, informó que hay deslaves y daños en infraestructura carretera y social de esas dos regiones del estado de Puebla . " Lamento profundamente la pérdida de vidas, tras deslaves ocurridos en Huauchinango por la tormenta tropical Earl ", dijo vía Twitter. En Veracruz, diversos deslaves provocaron la muerte de al menos seis personas al centro del estado, además de daños en viviendas.

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  • Rusia, ahora suspendida de los Juegos Paralímpicos de Río

    Rusia, ahora suspendida de los Juegos Paralímpicos de Río

    El Comité Paralímpico Internacional (CPI) excluyó hoy al equipo ruso de los Juegos Paralímpicos de Río debido a las denuncias de dopaje de Estado recogidas en el informe McLaren . "Vamos a luchar por nuestros paralímpicos ", ha declarado Mutkó. "Esta decisión carece de fundamento, y esto es comprensible". Philip Craven declaró que el CPI no tuvo otra opción que suspender a todos los atletas y describió la situación como " el día más oscuro " para el deporte.

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  • Rio welcomes the world to Summer Games

    Rio welcomes the world to Summer Games

    An Olympic Games' opening ceremonies hasn't been this low-rated since the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo! That is a fate that befell athletes from Brazil's traditional rival Argentina, although those boos were of the pantomime variety and the selfie-snapping Argentinians did not appear to be remotely fazed.

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  • GST Bill passed in Rajya Sabha: Who said what

    It is a real game-changer for the Indian economy, and will be warmly welcomed by our members who previous year identified implementation of the GST as the single most important reform the Government of India should enact. At least half of the states will need to approve the bill before it can become law, but the government is confident of achieving this quickly. The price rise will happen because of an increase in the net tax incidence for apartments under construction.

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  • Working People Congratulate Hillary Clinton on Historic Nomination

    Working People Congratulate Hillary Clinton on Historic Nomination

    US women got the right to vote in 1920 after ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. In her speech on Thursday, Clinton, 68, a former first lady and U.S. When my grandmother immigrated to America, she didn't speak English. The 31-year-old pop singer briefly gave the arena the aura of one of her shows, with delegates dancing with their illuminated phones in the air.

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  • Attacker dies after being shot by police

    Two police women were injured outside a police station during an " Allahu Akhbar " attack in Charleroi, Belgium yesterday, prompting the nation's Prime Minister to cut short his holiday and return to leading the nation. The nation's risk-analysis agency, OCAM, chose to maintain the national threat level at 3, the second-highest, Michel told the press conference. "We are following the situation closely".

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  • Philippine President names top officials allegedly linked to drug trade

    PHILIPPINE President Rodrigo Duterte has identified more than 150 politicians, judges and members of law enforcement agencies allegedly involved in the illegal drugs trade. Several hundred worldwide non-government organisation and human rights groups sent a joint letter to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the global Narcotics Control Board.

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  • Ryan unsure what would change Trump endorsement

    WASHINGTON ― Hillary Clinton may view Donald Trump as a racist misogynist, but she feels some sympathy for his supporters. "I don't regret anything", Trump told WJLA-TV on Tuesday. Donald Trump endorsed House Speaker Paul Ryan late Friday, ending a four-day standoff between the GOP's most powerful men that exposed deepening concerns about the NY billionaire's presidential candidacy.

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  • Dilma Rousseff está solo a dos pasos de su destitución

    Dilma Rousseff está solo a dos pasos de su destitución

    Avanza el 'impeachment' en el Senado y los defensores de Dilma planificar una movilización popular para evitar un golpe de Estado . Si en esa ocasión una mayoría simple de los senadores opta por la acusación, algo que puede darse por descontado, Rousseff quedará a una sola votación más de perder su mandato en forma definitiva.

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  • Watch PM Narendra Modi Live Speech In Hyderabad

    Tewari said. " Punish those destroying India in the name of "gau seva". Modi then wished that Telangana would realise all the dreams for which the separate state was formed and expressed his happiness over setting his foot in Telangana for the first time after becoming PM.

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  • Clinton appeared bullish at Friday speech as GOP infighting continued

    Ryan reiterated his support for Trump hours before the endorsement, but the Wisconsin Republican noted his support wasn't a "blank check" and pledged to speak out against the businessman's divisive positions if necessary. We need very strong leadership. Eager to change their minds, Trump unleashed a torrent of insults at Clinton throughout the day. "Let's say somebody like Hillary Clinton makes this statement, 'We will never abandon our allies.' I think those statements are lovely".

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  • Oscar Pistorius rushed to hospital with cuts to his wrist

    Oscar Pistorius was taken to hospital for injuries suffered in a South African prison, where he's serving six years for his girlfriend's murder. However, according to a report by News24, two security guards working at the Kalafong Hospital leaked the information that Pistorius may have attempted to commit suicide .

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  • Father Arrested After Children Found Dead in auto

    There, huddled over a kiddie pool filled with water and ice packs, they found Asa North . They were transported to Tanner Medical Center where they were pronounced dead . Carrollton police told the media his 15-month-old twin daughters Ariel & Alaynah were found unresponsive after being left in a hot auto on Tillman Drive.

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  • Luke Aikins: Skydiver Sets Record for Highest Jump Without a Parachute

    Luke Aikins: Skydiver Sets Record for Highest Jump Without a Parachute

    His profile on the Facebook account says he is a member of the Red Bull Air Force , a professional skydiver , BASE jumper, Hollywood stuntman, airplane and helicopter pilot and an aviation expert. A fearless skydiver from the USA has set a new record. One by one, the other divers deployed their own chutes, leaving Aikins to finish his ultimately successful stunt alone.

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  • Trump says Clinton use of private server 'enabled' foreign espionage

    Although Comey recommended against criminal prosecution over the email episode, he said Clinton had been " extremely careless " in her handling of classified material. The Democratic nominee for president noted minorities were especially hurt by the financial crisis. And the fact that her detractors in the GOP and media are trying to distort that trust into something nefarious says something about them, not her.

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  • Clinton allies use Republican words against Trump

    The bump for Clinton followed the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia last week at which Clinton and her supporters painted an optimistic portrait of America, and came amid controversy over Trump's comments about the parents of a slain Muslim US soldier.

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  • Man Wielding Machete Attacks Two Officers In Belgium

    Prime Minister Charles Michel broke off his holiday in southern France and returned to Belgium today. The attacker has not been identified. He tweeted: "Thoughts go with the victims, their relatives and police officers", he wrote on Twitter as news of the stabbing broke.

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  • Zuma acknowledges ANC defeat in municipal elections

    Zuma acknowledges ANC defeat in municipal elections

    Since South Africa's first election in 1994 open to all races, the African National Congress has enjoyed widespread support thanks to its successful fight against white-minority rule. Newcomers to local elections, the radical Economic Freedom Fighters party attained some eight percent of the vote, prompting it to create a poll on Twitter, asking users which party it should form an alliance with, if needed.

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  • Fire kills 13 in bar in northern French town

    There were also reports that the candles lit the basement's carpet on fire . Most of the casualties were trapped in the basement and couldn't make their way out as a result of the resulting confusion. One of the injured persons was in critical condition. The tragedy was a few miles from Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray where a Catholic priest was murdered in his church late last month by two Islamic States sympathisers.

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  • Donald Trump Admits He Was Wrong

    Donald Trump Admits He Was Wrong

    In another sign of an effort to get his campaign back on track, Trump released a statement Friday following his tweet , saying Clinton and Obama "bear the direct responsibility of destabilizing the Middle East, having let ISIS take firm hold in Iraq, Libya and Syria, not to mention their allowing Americans to be slaughtered at Benghazi".

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  • Belgium machete attacker was Algerian with criminal record

    The Federal Prosecutor's Office said also said today that two police searches had been carried out overnight around the Charleroi area. He died after being shot by officers. As of Sunday morning, Belgian authorities had released no information on the assailant, who shouted " Allahu akbar! " during the attack. It happened right outside the main police station in Charleroi.

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  • Sprint Car star from Indiana hospitalized after crash in Kansas

    Sprint Car star from Indiana hospitalized after crash in Kansas

    Clauson was later airlifted to a hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska. The 27-year-old resident of Noblesville got stuffed into the fence by a lapped auto and went into a series of snap rolls before landing on his side, at which point he was struck in the cockpit by an oncoming vehicle at a high rate of speed.

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  • Terrorists in Syria's Aleppo Surrounded by Government Forces, Siege Not Broken

    But Lebanese pro-Syrian government news channel al Mayadeen said late on Saturday the Syrian army had "withdrawn from a number of positions southwest of Aleppo and repositioned itself in new defensive lines". On Sunday, at least one girl was killed in opposition fire on Hamdaniyeh, said the Observatory. Fighters besieged in the city coordinated with the Army of Conquest alliance, which includes the Levant Conquest Front, the rebranded al-Qaida branch in Syria, based in neighboring Idlib ...

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  • Trump ends standoff with Ryan, works to repair mistakes

    Trump ends standoff with Ryan, works to repair mistakes

    Donald Trump reversed course and endorsed House Speaker Paul Ryan in his Wisconsin primary battle, while also voicing support for Arizona U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), who he heaped scorn on during the Post interview. Mr Ryan and San McCain had both criticised Mr Trump's attacks on the bereaved parents of a US Muslim soldier killed in Iraq.

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  • US Not Involved in Turkey Coup Attempt, Envoy Says

    European leaders are concerned by the scale of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown on suspected dissidents after last month's failed coup. (FILES) This hand out picture released on September 24, 2013 by Zaman Daily Newspaper shows exiled Turkish Muslim preacher Fethullah Gulen at his residence in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania.

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