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  • Indian journalists barred even from standing outside SAARC meet venue in Islamabad

    Indian journalists barred even from standing outside SAARC meet venue in Islamabad

    The US and India on Friday teamed up against Pakistan, with the former acknowledging its efforts in the war against terror but blaming it for "adopting a selective approach" and the latter terming it "the biggest violator of human rights". This might precisely have been the situation that Pakistan wanted to avoid and hence the cold attitude to Singh. Pakistan was "surprised" by India's persistence and this led its interior minister to keep away from a lunch he himself hosted.

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  • US urges closer India-Pakistan cooperation against terror

    US urges closer India-Pakistan cooperation against terror

    He said he had suggested to the SAARC Ministers that sanctions and bans imposed against terrorists by the global community have to be honoured. "No Home Minister was ever insulted like this", said Abhishek Manu Singhvi. "I cannot say anything on that, but they did what they could", he said. Khan, the Pakistani home minister, appeared not even keen to offer a diplomatically correct welcome - he appeared reluctant to even shake hands, officials said.

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  • 'She was my life:' Hundreds mourn slain jogger at funeral

    'She was my life:' Hundreds mourn slain jogger at funeral

    Some 400 mourners crowded the Howard Beach, Queens, funeral Mass of tragic jogger Karina Vetrano Saturday, as her rapist-murderer remained at large. It was revealed yesterday that investigators found a sneaker and pair of headphones which had been missing when she was discovered.

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  • Dos personas mueren cerca del estadio Maracaná

    La víctima, que recibió el disparo de un policía militar que trabaja en la seguridad de las olimpiadas, estaba realizando "una serie de asaltos". Según testigos consultados por EFE, en el tiroteo participó la policía y dos personas que se movían en bicicleta en las inmediaciones del estacionamiento.

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  • Black lives matter, too

    The Somerville Police Employees Association and other police unions are scheduled to rally Thursday evening outside Somerville City Hall. The banner, which has been up since August of 2015 has caused a stir within the state and throughout the country, with the president of the Somerville police union Michael McGrath citing that the banner depicts police officers as "killers of innocent citizens of color".

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  • Tailandia aprueba constitución propuesta por junta militar

    Tailandia aprueba constitución propuesta por junta militar

    Los resultados oficiales, en todo caso, serán informados el próximo miércoles. Según detalló el portavoz de la comisión, Somchai Srisutthiyakorn, la participación en estos comicios fue de 55 por ciento, dos puntos menos que en el referendo de la anterior Constitución de 2007.

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  • Militant shelling kills 28 civilians in Syria's Aleppo

    Militant shelling kills 28 civilians in Syria's Aleppo

    Rebels and activists have reported chlorine gas attacks in the town before, but the lack of chemical labs or independent testers makes it hard to verify these claims. It is not clear which group brought the helicopter down. The group did not claim that the bombs were chemical weapons . "If the militants break the siege, they will besiege us and cut the Khanasser route, which is the only artery we have", said Hossam Qassab, a 32-year-old pharmacist.

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  • Syria: Chemical attack reported, Russian Federation denies involvement

    Rebel fighters made advanced slightly in their attempts to break the siege on Aleppo , seizing new territory in the city's south, the Observatory said. On the other hand, the Syrian army said in a statement that it was able to repel the attack and kill hundreds of insurgents. Ramzi Ezzedine Ramzi, Deputy of the U.N.

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  • Obama Opens up About His Golf Game: Sand Tips Needed

    Obama Opens up About His Golf Game: Sand Tips Needed

    Working under her government name, Natasha , staff - aside from management of course - didn't realize who the new girl was until they deciphered why she was always surrounded by six additional "helpers". According to reports, the Obamas frequent the place and are friends with the owners. "I threaten them that I'm going to buy an apartment near their campus and visit and sit in their classes, but that's an idle threat", she told ET.

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  • Clinton 'short-circuited', says Trump

    This time , Clinton is up by 15 in the latest WBUR/MassINC poll. The poll showed a strong educational divide in U.S. society between Clinton and Trump supporters. The address comes at a critical point in the presidential campaign. Clinton's lead against Trump is now almost double. That commander-in-chief measure has become so important that Clinton can lead this race despite performing poorly on many other criteria: thirty-three percent believe she "tells the truth" ; fewer than half ...

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  • Obama says US funding to fight Zika is rapidly running out

    After U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., worked with her Republican colleagues in the Senate to hammer out a compromise in May on funding for Zika research and response, Republican members of the House of Representatives in late June stepped in with its usual shenanigans.

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  • Terroristas degüellan a un sacerdote y aseguran pertenecer al Estado Islámico — Francia

    La iglesia de Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, una localidad normanda a 125 kilómetros de París , era un blanco del ISIS . Hollande, quien viajó minutos después del atentado a la iglesia de un poblado de 27,000 habitantes en el que se cometió el ataque, calificó en su primera declaración de "innoble atentado terrorista”, la toma de cinco rehenes en el templo católico ocurrida esta mañana".

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  • Mom, 4-year-old daughter shot dead near Long Beach home

    Mom, 4-year-old daughter shot dead near Long Beach home

    Paramedics rushed the toddler to Long Beach Memorial Medical Center , where she later died from her injuries, Barros said. Conflicting information was given about the girl's age, ranging from 2 to 4 years old. "Everything was blocked off". Some residents in the area said they heard four gunshots. "We have a lot of security", said Moses Hernandez. A watch commander with the Long Beach Police Department could not be reached for comment.

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  • USA woman killed in London was wife of Florida State professor

    USA woman killed in London was wife of Florida State professor

    Summary: London police have arrested the man who allegedly stabbed six people, killing one American. The four other victims - an Israeli woman, an Australian man and woman, and American man - have been released from the hospital. A subway train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square was targeted by a suicide bomber in the terror attacks on the London transport system of July 2005, and a bomb was detonated on a double-decker bus in nearby Tavistock Square.

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  • FBI chief calls for national talk over encryption vs. safety

    WASHINGTON , D.C.-Hillary Clinton met with the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists here today. Friday's event was carefully controlled, with Clinton taking just seven questions from preselected journalists. CLINTON (from interview on July 21, 2016 edition of Fox's Fox News Sunday): Director Comey said that my answers were truthful; and what I've said is consistent with what I have told the American people .

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  • Virginia's Rep. Rigell endorses Libertarian Johnson

    Virginia's Rep. Rigell endorses Libertarian Johnson

    Both Hanna and Rigell are retiring from Congress following this election. Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson talks to a crowd of supporters at a rally on August 6, 2015, in Salt Lake City, Utah. "I've always said I will not vote for Donald Trump and I will not vote for Hillary Clinton", Rigell said. Kinzinger added that he would not vote for Clinton and was uncertain about whether to write in a candidate.

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  • GST in LS on Monday, PM likely to intervene

    GST in LS on Monday, PM likely to intervene

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to intervene during the debate on the Bill in Lok Sabha. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has issued a whip asking its members to be present in the house on Monday in view of the GST bill being taken up for consideration.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn v Owen Smith Labour leadership debate: Five talking points

    The audience erupted into loud cheers at the Labour leader's remarks but were met with fury from Mr Smith. I don't think we are treated with the respect that we should be treated with. He stressed that "we're staying up here until we've got our message across, we're not going to be intimidated by them and hopefully Jeremy Corbyn will get the message".

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  • Syrian rebels claim to have broken the government siege of Aleppo

    Syrian rebels broke through to besieged opposition-held areas in eastern Aleppo on Saturday in an assault on a major government military complex meant to end a month-long siege, insurgents and a monitoring group said. Last month, the Syrian government seized the Castillo road, the only route into rebel-held areas in Aleppo. "Are they going to consider twice what they're doing in northern Syria, or are they going to simply go full force with their ambition to completely destroy the moderate ...

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  • Margot Robbie reveals her new 'drinking buddy'

    But since you're going to see it anyway (when have any of you ever listened to a critic?) make sure to stick around through the midway point in the credits. This is their arc as characters. The camaraderie between the characters also gels and they make for a formidable team by the end of the movie. Heath Ledger's performance as The Joker in The Dark Knight has a permanent place in DC film mythos as being part of what killed the versatile actor in 2008 (Ledger actually died from an ...

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  • La "Peque" Pareto pasó a semifinales

    La "Peque" no dio flancos para ser atacada e hizo la diferencia con un waza-ari para instalarse en la final. En la semifinal, la judoca argentina había derrotado a la japonesa Ami Kondo , que había sido medallista de bronce en el Mundial de Astana 2015 .

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  • Olympics Day 1 recap: Syrian swims race of her life

    But that result wasn't fast enough to advance Mardini to the semifinals on Saturday. 18 years old Yusra Mardini, a Syrian refugee was among 10 athletes to swim for the first-ever Refugee Olympic Team . "This is the largest number of refugees and displaced persons, who have fled their homes, since the end Second World War", Ban Ki-moon said. These people have been to hell and back, and I only wish them the best.

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  • Two cases of Zika-related birth defects in California-born infants

    Initial symptoms include fever, rash and joint pain, but there are concerns for pregnant women infected with Zika and passing it onto their unborn children. There were more than 7,300 confirmed cases of the Zika virus in the US and its territories. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded $1 million to states and territories to fight Zika virus on Tuesday.

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  • Dylann Storm Roof Jailhouse Attacker Released On $100K Bond

    Dylann Storm Roof Jailhouse Attacker Released On $100K Bond

    Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon said that Roof and his lawyer will not press charges against Stafford. It's not clear who paid for Stafford's release, according to NYDN . Officers checked the surrounding cells to make sure everyone else was locked down. Investigators say Roof was apparently struck with a fist. It's unclear how Stafford got out of his cell and into the bathroom.

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  • India's views on terror successfully put across at SAARC meet: Swarup

    India's views on terror successfully put across at SAARC meet: Swarup

    I have no complaints. He also said he was "hesitant to say if the hosts were courteous..." "I do not want to go into the details", responded Singh. Pakistan shall continue to support them morally, politically and diplomatically, the Prime Minister said. May God give sense to all. Home Minister Rajnath Singh recalled former Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee's statement that one can change friends but not neighbours.

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  • Rio 2016: Oliseh To Analyse Nigeria Olympic Team Matches

    Well, they indeed got on that new flight, and arrived in Brazil with under seven hours until their opening match against Japan. The Nigeria U23 Olympic team is scheduled to play Japan at 9 p.m. Etebo's first shot wasn't all that strong, but the defender attempted to clear the ball with a header that fell right onto Etebo's right foot. Had Nigeria not arrived by kickoff, the match would have been forfeited and the team hit with a fine, according to FIFA's disciplinary code.

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  • Fake Gao Rakshaks are trying to divide country : PM Modi

    He also wanted to know the name of the states and governments under whose patronage self-styled cow vigilantes are active. "If you want to shoot anyone, shoot me, not my Dalit brothers", he declared in Hyderabad . Modi described caste discrimination as an evil which crept into society thousands of years ago. "It should be our responsibility to save and respect them (Dalits)", he said without referring to any particular incident.

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