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  • South Africans give ruling party ANC worst election since apartheid

    South Africans give ruling party ANC worst election since apartheid

    SOUTH AFRICA'S political opposition parties made gains in key metropolitan areas in municipal elections yesterday, but the ruling ANC party remained ahead nationally, according to incomplete results. But its worst-ever showing signals a watershed moment in the country's history, especially for an impoverished black majority that is clearly growing disillusioned with the party of Nelson Mandela.

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  • France hotel stays down 10pc in July

    France hotel stays down 10pc in July

    In 2015 almost 85 million foreigners visited France, making it the world's top tourist destination. Around 80 per cent of visitors to France are from Europe and those numbers remained steady. But tourist stays in other regions showed a two per cent increase in the January-June period according to Fekl. It was dealt further blows in July when a militant killed 85 people by ramming a truck into crowds in the Riviera city Nice.

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  • South Africa elections: ANC loses control of Pretoria

    South Africa elections: ANC loses control of Pretoria

    Neither party appeared to have a majority in Johannesburg or Tshwane that would allow it to govern alone, raising the likelihood of coalition governments. The next general elections are due in 2019 but Zuma can not stand for a third term as president. The South African economy has stagnated since the global financial crisis in 2008.

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  • What to watch at the Rio Games on today

    But Brazil also packaged its party with solemnity, lacing the fun and frivolous show with sobering messages about global warming and conservation. Where London had surprises created to put a smile on the face-who could forget Elizabeth II and Daniel Craig as James Bond appear to leap from a helicopter?-here there were fewer standout moments.

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  • Donald Trump on Hillary Clinton: 'I don't think she's all there'

    Former Rep. Jack Kingston, a Republican from Georgia and adviser to Trump, dismissed the survey in an interview on CNN Friday. Young Americans are divided over Hillary Clinton's handling of her email account while she was secretary of state, with most young whites saying she intentionally broke the law and young people of color more likely to give Clinton the benefit of the doubt.

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  • Retiran orden de captura contra líder argentina

    Según confirmaron fuentes de la asociación, ayer recibieron un comunicado del juez que lleva la causa, Marcelo Martínez de Giorgi, en el que les informaba de la anulación de la orden de detención por un acuerdo con la defensa de la activista.

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  • Syrian Opposition Says Government Siege Of Aleppo Broken

    The artillery base is little over a mile from the besieged area and carries a huge supply of ammunitions that have been used by government forces to shell rebels. Also on Saturday, the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces alliance handed a major defeat to IS in Manbij. The rebel coalition includes an al-Qaeda affiliated group.

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  • Parents, children of Pa. family found dead in their home

    Parents, children of Pa. family found dead in their home

    According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), firearms are the cause of death for more than 33,000 people in the United States every year, a number that includes accidental discharge, murder, and suicides. The scene was eventually released at approximately 12:45 AM, August 7, 2016. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families at this hard time. A slain toddler among a family of five killed in an apparent murder-suicide in Pennsylvania was the subject of a ...

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  • Donald Trump finally backs United States house speaker Paul Ryan

    John McCain (R-AZ) and Sen. At Friday's rally, Trump once again championed himself he as an "outsider" candidate who will fight to "change a rigged political system". For his part, Ryan said his Trump endorsement was not iron-clad. Trump's endorsement came after a week of speculation following an interview with the Washington Post in which he said he was "not quite there yet" when it came to offering his endorsement to Ryan.

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  • At NH rally, Trump says he doesn't think Clinton is 'all there'

    Rather than scattershot campaign stops across the nation, they are primarily focusing on key areas. Trump needs to be more careful and measured in how he handles situations, and he needs to recognize when a trap is being set for him. Trump claimed that Islamic State militants were watching the election closely and "salivating" at the prospect of a second Clinton White House. In Cincinnati, he stopped at a chili restaurant popular with GOP politicians.

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  • Islamic State claims responsibility for machete attack in Belgium

    The assailant, who shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is greatest" in Arabic) during the assault on Saturday afternoon, was shot by a third police officer and later died of his injuries. On Sunday, Charleroi police posted a request on their Twitter account asking reporters not to divulge officers' identities. This news story is related to Latest/140824-Islamic-State-claims-responsibility-for-machete-attack-in-Belgium/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne.

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  • FBI Unearths Strip Poker Audio at Youth Camp on Mayor's Phone

    He has been employed working with children and teens in some respect for much of his adult life. After all, he had served as the chief executive of the Boys and Girls Club of Stockton, president of the Stockton Unified Board of Education, and aquatic program director for the San Joaquin County Human Service Agency, where he "help [ed] kids in economically disadvantaged parts of Stockton get access to swimming lessons and pools", according to his website .

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  • Trump endorses House Speaker in bid for unity

    And weeks earlier, Trump bashed popular Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker, a Cruz supporter, arguing Walker's record on jobs and the economy was overrated. "If Hillary Clinton becomes president", he said at a rally in Iowa, "you will have really, in my opinion, the destruction of this country from within".

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  • Leading stocks in today's market: The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS)

    Finally, Banque Pictet & Cie SA raised its position in shares of The Walt Disney by 11.3% in the fourth quarter. For the prior quarter revenue for the stock hit $15.24B, with EPS at $1.63. Moffett Nathanson increased their price target on The Walt Disney to $105.00 in a report on Tuesday, April 12th. 06/15/2016 - Walt Disney Company (The) had its "market perform" rating reiterated by analysts at Sanford C.

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  • Sasha Obama gets a taste of the working life

    Her parents have always made it a priority to give their daughters as normal an existence as possible. She's being trained on the cash register, serving tables and prepping the restaurant before its opening. "There was someone there helping her, she wasn't that good at it", he told the Track . Work rules and all. She has reportedly been working the four-hour shift early in the morning and is believed to be there until Saturday, around when the rest of the family are expected to arrive ...

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  • Govt to bring GST Bill in Lok Sabha on August 8

    The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has also issued a whip asking its members to be present in the house. The Constitutional Amendment Bill did not have the GST rate and the GST Council, which will have representation from both the Centre and states, will now work out a rate.

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  • Oscar Pistorius rushed to hospital with injuries to wrists

    Oscar Pistorius rushed to hospital with injuries to wrists

    A report by City Press said Pistorius had been taken to hospital on Saturday. Another spokesman, Singabakho Nxumalo, said Pistorius had suffered the injuries in a fall. She was hit in the head, hip and arm. "He's back in our care now", Nxumalo said. He added any reports about Pistorius injuring himself were "untrue and sensational" and finished the tweet off with the hashtag #alliswell.

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  • Sachin Tendulkar visits Olympic Games Village, gives pep talk to athletes

    Sachin Tendulkar visits Olympic Games Village, gives pep talk to athletes

    Despite that he walked from the transport area to the residential wing. I am not here to give you a lecture, I know you are among the best in your sport and have worked so hard to reach this level. "My best wishes to all of you". The Games commence on August 5 and the Indian contingent is expected to bag a record medals tally time time. The BCCI, Indian cricket's governing body, was reportedly opposed to handing over control of their team to the Indian Olympic Association during the Games, ...

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  • Obama: Trump unfit to serve as USA president

    Obama: Trump unfit to serve as USA president

    Trump pointed to the 2012 presidential election as a cause for concern. Trump pointed to the Middle East, and Obama's failure to enforce "his line in the sand" in Syria over the use of chemical weapons, as evidence of the President's foreign policy failures.

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  • England leads by 80 runs after Pakistan removes Cook, Hales

    England leads by 80 runs after Pakistan removes Cook, Hales

    Sohail Khan also picked up one wicket. At the other end, save for getting in one tangle against an Amir short ball which flew off the shoulder of the bat for four and nearly running himself out with a faulty single to mid-on, Hales was convincing too on the way to a half-century which arrived from the final ball of a much-improved day for England.

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  • Donald Trump's and Paul Ryan's endorsements of each other were pretty similar

    Donald Trump's and Paul Ryan's endorsements of each other were pretty similar

    We're past the point where things like this can be cast as Trump truly changing tack and shifting into general election mode. If Trump does something out of line, Ryan says he could withdraw his endorsement. He may also have seen that poll and realized backing a candidate that was going to lose badly wouldn't look good for his campaign. "She is a rising star and will continue to represent the great people of New Hampshire so very well for a very long time".

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  • Pence makes solo trip to Wis.

    Pence took a moment during his speech to pause and thank all law enforcement officials in America, saying that blue lives do matter, in fact, and that he and Trump will work to ensure their safety. "You've got to brand people", Trump said of his strategy. All of this took place in a public facility no less. The harassment of an independent press isn't coming to an end.

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  • Donald Trump mocks Hillary Clinton over 'short-circuit' comment

    Clinton's favorability ratings have seen a slight improvement since the conventions: forty-six percent have a favorable opinion of Clinton, with 52 percent holding unfavorable views of her. Among all young American adults, 43 percent say Clinton intentionally committed a crime, said the poll. Sixty percent believed he's biased against minorities and women.

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  • Syrian opposition launches assault, shoots down helicopter

    Khalil Hajjar, a media activist at the Aleppo Media Centre, said opposition fighters were advancing in the western Aleppo countryside. "While Iran and Russian Federation are co-ordinating closely on the ground to advance the war, they are less bound together in terms of their goals, and there is little trust between the two over their respective long-term aims in Syria", the report titled Understanding Iran's role in the Syrian Conflict, said.

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  • Rebels 'breach siege in Aleppo'

    Rebels 'breach siege in Aleppo'

    But battles flared as several rebel groups in Aleppo unleashed repeated attacks to break that siege. Opposition fighters and jihadists took control of territory south of Aleppo on Saturday in a bid to cut off regime forces and open a new route into besieged rebel-held districts.

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  • Presidente turco llama a manifestación a favor de la democracia

    Presidente turco llama a manifestación a favor de la democracia

    El clérigo "ordenó el intento de golpe del 15 de julio", justificó el tribunal, citado por la agencia de noticias estatal Anadolu, citó Efe. Nuestros comentarios son un espacio de conversación y debate. De tener lugar la esperada visita, el viaje de John Kerry se desarrollará pese a las vivas tensiones existentes entre Estados Unidos y Turquía, nutridas y sustentadas por una orden de detención de la ciudad de Ankara contra el predicador Fethullah Gülen , desterrado en Estados Unidos , ...

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  • Birmingham church bomber denied parole

    The decision to keep Blanton, 76, imprisoned was met with applause at the hearing. Blanton, now 78, was convicted in 2001 in the dynamite bombing of Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church on September 15, 1963, and is serving a life imprisonment term.

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