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  • A bruised ANC, a galvanised DA — ELECTION WRAP

    A bruised ANC, a galvanised DA — ELECTION WRAP

    But it is a sour-sweet victory, as it fell short of an outright majority. As final votes were counted, the ANC was leading in economic powerhouse Johannesburg by a slim margin. Samwu spokesman Papikie Mohale said: "We are not interested in the fate of senior managers; they are on their own". There is a surprising degree of rapport among some of their national leaders, driven by increasingly authoritarian ANC behaviour in parliament, from which the EFF has now withdrawn entirely.

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  • Blow up every church, kill all Christians, says new Boko Haram leader

    Blow up every church, kill all Christians, says new Boko Haram leader

    Boko Haram pledged allegiance to ISIS in March 2015. The newspaper identified Abu Musab al-Barnawi as the new " Wali ", or governor, of its so-called West Africa Province . The reference appears to indicate a promotion for Mr.al-Barnawi, who had been cited in a January 2015 video as a Boko Haram spokesman. In Wednesday's interview, Al Barnawi said he would end attacks on mosques and markets used by ordinary Muslims, instead threatening to kill Christians and bomb churches.

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  • USA asks Pakistan not to be selective in dealing with terrorists

    USA asks Pakistan not to be selective in dealing with terrorists

    Reports said that the Pakistan government censored Rajnath Singh's speech and didn't allow it to be covered live. Second, the home minister had personally made some changes in the speech he was scheduled to deliver, making the points that "there were no good or bad terrorists" and that "one country's terrorist is another country's freedom fighter".

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  • Disney builds stone wall at lake where alligator killed boy

    Disney builds stone wall at lake where alligator killed boy

    In the wake of the horrific attack, Disney came under fire for not putting up signs warning visitors that the lake contained alligators - unlike neighboring properties. The family decided not to file a lawsuit against Disney. The family was vacationing at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa in Orlando when the 7- to 8-foot alligator emerged from the man-made lake and grabbed the boy as he played in about a foot of water.

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  • Belgium machete attacker was Algerian, say officials

    He had a criminal record but was not known to police for terror-related offenses. A man attacked two police officers with a machete near the police headquarters in Charleroi, Belgium on Saturday, Aug. Michel had previously said the attacker has not been identified "but it seems once more to be an attack with a terrorist connotation". 'We must avoid panic, of course - not give in to terror.

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  • Fact check: Did Trump see

    Fact check: Did Trump see "money pouring off a plane" in Iran?

    Army Captain Humayun Khan, after they criticized him for proposing a temporary ban on Muslims entering the U.S. -the NY billionaire claims his campaign is more unified than ever. It's a military a tape. And then you say, 'Where does that money go? He added, "And Iran released that tape, which is of quality like these guys have".

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  • Clinton amplía su ventaja sobre Trump a ocho puntos tras las convenciones

    La candidata demócrata consiguió un fuerte impulso tras su nominación en la convención, en un evento en el cual su partido mostró una férrea unidad, frente a las divisiones patentes entre los republicanos. Clinton dijo esta semana que "pudo haber tenido un cortocircuito" cuando afirmó, erróneamente, que el director del FBI, James Comey, dijo que sus respuestas al buró sobre su uso de un servidor privado de correos eran "veraces".

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  • Where to celebrate Harry Potter release in Indy

    In fact, he's been re-reading the entire Harry Potter series to get ready. The lightning scar of Harry Potter is the most recognisable symbol of the character from the popular novels in India, a survey reveals. What: Games, prizes and visiting places in the wizarding world. She's still taking pre-orders for those willing to wait. " Harry Potter and reading are my two favourite things so to be able to combine them is a dream come true", said Toby.

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  • A retired soldier gave Donald Trump his Purple Heart. Here's why

    A retired soldier gave Donald Trump his Purple Heart. Here's why

    He told the story of his exchange with a Purple Heart recipient, and then he invited that Purple Heart recipient up onto the stage with him. " Purple Heart recipient Sean Barney, an Iraq war veteran who is running for Congress in DE, responded to Trump's comments on Facebook , writing that "no one should ever 'want" to get a Purple Heart".

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  • Durant leads USA to 119-62 rout of China in Olympic opener

    Durant leads USA to 119-62 rout of China in Olympic opener

    As the US prepare for their Olympic opener against Senegal on Sunday, Auriemma said the current squad may be the best yet with nine of 12 players having already won gold medals. I can't possibly overstate just how dominant the win was. USA Basketball defeated China by the wide margin of 119 to 62. "And that's what this". The Americans, seeking a third straight men's basketball gold medal and 15th in the 18 Olympics in which the USA has competed, beat China by 50 and 49 in two ...

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  • Meet Paul Nehlen, the mini Trump challenging Paul Ryan in Wisconsin

    Trump said he fully supported and endorsed McCain as well as Ayotte, both of whom he hesitated to endorse earlier in the week. Vos said "we are Ryan Republicans here in Wisconsin, not Trump Republicans". The Wisconsin Republican said there was a hypothetical line that was too far for Trump to cross. Mike Pence, in lockstep with Donald Trump , on Thursday declined to endorse Sens.

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  • Thai referendum: Military-backed constitution 'approved'

    Thai referendum: Military-backed constitution 'approved'

    Thailand's election commission has yet to provide an exact figure for turnout in a constitutional referendum on Sunday, but has confirmed the tally can not exceed 55%. Election Commissioner Somchai Srisutthiyakorn says that with 91 percent of the votes counted, the "yes" camp received 61.5 percent of the votes, while 38.44 percent voted "no" in Sunday's referendum.

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  • Sitting Republican Congressman Says He Will Vote for Hillary Clinton

    Sitting Republican Congressman Says He Will Vote for Hillary Clinton

    Clinton, meanwhile, kept up her assault on Trump's business practices, holding up a Trump-branded tie as she spoke at the Knotty Tie Company in battleground Colorado. Romney also has declined to endorse Trump, though he has not gone so far as to endorse Clinton. The Democratic convention last week featured several Republican speakers who pledged their support for Clinton, including Democrat-turned-Republican-turned-independent former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

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  • Al menos 15 muertos en Veracruz y Puebla por paso de

    Al menos 15 muertos en Veracruz y Puebla por paso de "Earl"

    Earl , que llegó a tener la categoría de huracán pero perdió fuerza al tocar las costas de Belice, entró por Tabasco (sur) la noche del jueves como tormenta tropical y se debilitó a depresión tropical ese mismo día . En tanto, los deslizamientos de tierra han provocado filas kilométricas en la carretera México-Tuxpan a la altura del municipio poblano en cuestión.

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  • Trendy Miami neighborhood is first in U.S. with local Zika spread

    Officials said that those infected had probably been bitten by a mosquito, and said they suspected the cases originated in a one-square-mile area north of downtown Miami. Pregnant woman are most at risk: The virus can cause microcephaly - a birth defect characterized by stunted brain development. "Which is, our greatest concern is the infection of a developing child, and the best way to prevent that is to caution pregnant women not to travel, even though we think the risk is diminishing ...

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  • Phelps, Bundchen, de Lima highlight Opening Ceremony in Rio

    Phelps, Bundchen, de Lima highlight Opening Ceremony in Rio

    The huge statue of Christ the Redeemer, that dominates the skyline of the Brazilian capital and where the Olympic torch was lit at dawn, was specially lit up ahead of the opening ceremony starting at 8 p.m. Brazilian actress Fernanda Montenegro and British screen legend Dame Judi Dench read a classic poem and an image of five green Olympic rings highlighted the environmental concerns which were expressed.

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  • Russian Drone Enters Israeli Airspace by Mistake

    Russian Drone Enters Israeli Airspace by Mistake

    Two Patriot missiles and an air-to-air missile launched from an IAF fighter were shot at the drone, but failed to bring it down. It is believed to be the first time the IDF has reacted to a Russian aircraft entering its air space from Syria.

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  • Favela residents celebrate the start of the Rio Olympics

    Favela residents celebrate the start of the Rio Olympics

    As athletes and Olympic officials rest and prepare in the multi-million dollar Olympic village tonight, the 1.5 million residents of the city's poor neighborhoods, called favelas, hope to escape harm from either the hands of violent gang members or the police meant to stop them.

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  • Man dies after arrest on drug charges in Maryland beach town

    Man dies after arrest on drug charges in Maryland beach town

    The K-9 detected a controlled substance and officers later found over 1,500 small bags of heroin and additional narcotics. Around 2:30 a.m. police say one of the suspects-who is not being identified at this time-complained of trouble breathing while at the Ocean City Public Safety Building booking facility.

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  • Crowds gather for massive anti-coup rally in Istanbul

    Crowds gather for massive anti-coup rally in Istanbul

    Meanwhile, a USA citizen of Turkish origin was arrested in southern Hatay province as part of a probe into the failed coup, state-run Anadolu news agency reported Friday, quoting a local governor. The gathering at the Yenikapi meeting area by the Marmara Sea waterfront in Istanbul's European side, officially called the "Democracy and Martyrs' Rally", aims to represent Turkish unity and was billed as a cross-party event.

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  • Sonowal visits Kokrajhar, appeals for 75 CAPF battallions

    The security forces were on a high alert in Assam in the view of intelligence reports of attacks by militants in the run-up to the Independence Day celebrations. Additional DGP L.R. Bishnoi had earlier said that three to four militants carried out Friday's attack. Meanwhile, a senior police official based in Assam Police headquarters at Guwahati said that inter-state borders of the state as well as all the entry and exit routes of the state have been sealed following the incident and ...

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  • Nehlen fights Ryan for GOP nomination

    Paul Nehlen, a Republican primary challenger to House Speaker Paul Ryan , accuses Ryan of betraying the party in an "act of sabotage" against presidential nominee Donald Trump . "It gives you death and destruction", said Nehlen, whose rally included remarks from two women whose children were murdered by undocumented immigrants.

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  • FactCheck Q&A: is Owen Smith copying Jeremy Corbyn?

    A statement said: "There was a technical glitch with the system used for sending out messages, which meant some texts were delivered after the intended 8pm cut-off". However, the capacity of my party to unite, reconfigure, cohere and keep moving forward without all out civil war is astonishing: like that of a political Doctor Who.

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  • Snoop Dogg railing collapse injures 42

    The company is already cooperating with the authorities and the structural engineers in identifying what really triggered the railing to collapse. The person's name has not been released and further details on their injuries were not disclosed.

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  • Trump throws support behind Ryan, McCain

    Trump's statement [about the Khan family]". "I also fully support and endorse Sen". Trump had previously tweeted out thanks to the congressional Republican leader's primary challenger, Paul Nehlen. "The Republican nominee, speaking in Des Moines, Iowa, accused Clinton of being unbalanced and unstable, called her a risky and pathological liar and warned voters in this swing state that a Clinton presidency would lead to the destruction of this country from within".

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  • United States crushes Senegal to open women's hoops play

    United States crushes Senegal to open women's hoops play

    They also broke the largest margin of victory in USA history which had been a 60-point win over Zaire in 1996. The previous record was 114, set in 1992 and tied at the London Olympics. The U.S. benefits from a top-level college program that churns out basketball players in assembly-line fashion with the best moving on to play in the WNBA.

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  • Rio's poor watch Olympic opening from rooftops of slum

    Rio's poor watch Olympic opening from rooftops of slum

    The Refugee Team marches during the opening of the Olympics. Problems? The Rio Games have a few, even if we're not sure about that report of a kayaker capsizing when his boat hit a submerged sofa at the canoeing venue Friday. It drove that message simply with a video presentation and a modest start to finding a solution, offering 11,000 seedlings to the competing athletes which will later be planted in a park in Rio to form an Olympic forest.

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