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  • Trump Admits Error in Claim of Seeing $400 Million Payment to Iran

    Obama was an IL state senator at the time, with no role in deciding in USA foreign policy. The payments to Iran have also become a problem for the Obama administration. The payment has revived allegations from Trump and other critics of the Iran nuclear deal. When the Daily Beast asked national security officials about Trump's claim, they literally could not contain their laughter .

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  • NBC Olympics, Yahoo Expand Digital Deal for Rio Games

    For those that want to the events , they can be seen on TV on NBC and watched online via NBC Olympics. You can also watch everything on your phone or tablet via the NBC Sports app. That's where you'll find the most popular sports, including swimming, diving, track and field and gymnastics, along with the opening and closing ceremonies and the basketball finals.

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  • Arsenal wait on Gabriel news after injury scare

    Arsenal wait on Gabriel news after injury scare

    The Frenchman's latest comments come after Gabriel Paulista was carried off on a stretcher with a suspected ankle injury during Arsenal's 3-2 pre-season friendly win over Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. However, an injury to Gabriel in the closing stages could see the Brazilian ruled out of the start of the new Premier League season along with long-term absentee Per Mertesacker .

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  • Unscrupulous could force Microsoft to rescind Windows 10 For Free

    It's still early days so not many are available, but Microsoft will be opening the store up to more and more developers in the coming months. Profits come from apps, advertising, and integration with cloud services. 1. "These survey results show that the anticipated surge in enterprise Windows 10 adoption is definitely on the horizon, and some organizations are expediting plans in light of the anniversary release", says Jim Souders, chief operating officer at Adaptiva .

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  • Rio Olympics 2016: Alex Massialas wins third-ever U.S

    Rio Olympics 2016: Alex Massialas wins third-ever U.S

    His father Greg was on the U.S. Olympic fencing teams in 1984 and 1988 and had been named to the 1980 squad before the boycott. Despite his disappointment afterward, he had earned the first individual medal by a USA man in any fencing discipline since Peter Westbrook won bronze in the sabre in 1984.

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  • Rodriguez edges Caceres at UFC Fight Night

    Bermudez, who defeated Rony Jason at the first-ever UFC event in Salt Lake City, Utah this weekend, wasted no time calling out the former UFC Lightweight Champion during his post-fight interview with Jon Anik inside the Octagon. Co-headlining is also a pair of featherweights, veteran Dennis Bermudez and Rony Jason, for a chance to put their name in the mix of this stacked division.

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  • Trump eyes economy as he seeks to shift course after turbulent week

    Trump eyes economy as he seeks to shift course after turbulent week

    This amounts to a complete about-face for Trump, who said earlier this week that he would not endorse the two high-profile Republicans. The remarks infuriated many in the Republican establishment, and a GOP source told CNN Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was especially frustrated because Ryan and Priebus, both from Wisconsin, are very close.

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  • Trump tries to mend GOP rift with endorsements of Ryan, McCain

    Trump's failure to back two Republican Party leaders while his own poll numbers tanked reportedly left the chair of Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus "apoplectic" and Trump's own aides "suicidal". Ryan wants to cut safety net programs - Trump does not. "You would think you ought to be focusing on Hillary Clinton - on all of her deficiencies". Many Republicans, including Mr Ryan, Mr McCain and Ms Ayotte, were critical of Mr Trump's insistent attacks on the parents.

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  • North Korea fires missile again, South Korea says

    A Japanese defense official noted that the missile was found in Japan's exclusive economic zone. "From another angle, the missile range could have included western Japan entirely", said former Defense Minister Gen Nakatani. It was the closest a North Korean missile had come to Japan since 1998. On June 23, the council adopted a statement condemning North Korea for two medium-range missile tests.

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  • Thailand approves new constitution

    At least 20 other people were detained for destroying their ballots, apparently accidently because they were confused about the voting procedure. And "public discussion or criticism of the proposed constitution was banned by the junta in the run up to today's vote", Sullivan says.

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  • No Evidence Of Terror Motive In London Stabbings

    Police received calls about 10:33 p.m. London time about a man who had a knife and was attacking people in the Russell Square park. Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said detectives believe "this was a spontaneous attack and the victims were selected at random".

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  • Russian Federation banned from Parlympics over doping

    The move to ban the entire Russian Paralympics team stands in stark contrast to the International Olympic Committee's ruling to allow each sport to make a decision over whether to allow Russians to compete. Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko said banning Russia from the Paralympics means "a large number of athletes will suffer - disabled people". He told the newsagency he would file a lawsuit against the IPC in the Sports Arbitration Court in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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  • Donald Trump endorses Paul Ryan after previously refusing to back him

    Trump received a cold shoulder from several high-profile Republicans on Friday in Wisconsin, where he hosted an evening rally in Green Bay. Trump also said this week he was not ready to endorse Ryan . "He did the same thing in the Republican primary (when) he went after Scott Walker", said Rep. Sean Duffy in an interview on CNN on Thursday. Trump also endorsed Sens.

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  • Rebels 'break siege' in Syria's Aleppo

    Rebels 'break siege' in Syria's Aleppo

    A quarter of a million civilians are thought to still live in Aleppo's opposition-controlled eastern neighborhoods, effectively under siege since the army and allied militia cut off the last road into rebel districts in early July. Families in the western districts late Saturday rushed to buy any food and drink left in preparation for shortages, a resident told AFP . In May, he condemned the fighting in Aleppo after airstrikes killed scores of people, including children.

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  • U.S. woman killed in London was wife of Florida State professor

    U.S. woman killed in London was wife of Florida State professor

    Horton, who was visiting London with her husband, a Florida State University professor, was stabbed to death by a knifeman in a busy tourist area near the British Museum on Wednesday evening. "There are no words to express our heartache over this bad tragedy", Florida State University President John Thrasher said. James Pitts, director of FSU International Programs, said in the statement the couple had planned to return to Tallahassee on Thursday.

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  • Russian Athletes Banned from Parapan Games

    The Paralympics organization directly condemned the Russian state's involvement, while stopping short of blaming Russian President Vladimir Putin. "Tragically this situation is not about athletes cheating a system, but about a state-run system that is cheating the athletes", said IPC President Philip Craven.

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  • Root hails 'brilliant' Bairstow as England seize control

    Root hails 'brilliant' Bairstow as England seize control

    Pakistan were left with a minimum of 84 overs to score the runs they needed, a rate of slightly more than four per over, with that rate rising to almost six. Aslam and Misbah-ul-Haq (10) saw out 10.1 overs and added 32 runs for the fourth wicket. It was the most telling of all too, Aslam for once making a mistake about which ball to leave and allowing one to hit the top of his off-stump.

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  • Donald Trump slams Clinton over "short-circuited" email answer

    As the Washington Post reports, what Hillary Clinton basically appears to be saying to the assembled journalists is that because she spoke the truth about the emails to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and because the Federal Bureau of Investigation told the Congress that they did not believe that Clinton had lied about the emails to the agency, that she must have spoken "truthfully" about the emails to the public.

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  • 3 dead, 1 wounded in suburban Seattle, northwestern US

    An investigator works at the scene of a multiple murder in the Chenault Beach neighborhood of Mukilteo, Wash., Saturday July 30, 2016. Another vigil was planned Sunday at a local church. Booking records shows that 19-year-old Allen Christopher Ivanov was booked into the county jail early this afternoon. She kept saying, 'They're dead, they're dead, I saw them, I was right there and I saw them, ' " Gemmer told The Associated Press.

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  • The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the machete attack in Belgium

    The case has been handed to a federal prosecutor for investigation and an investigating judge specializing in terrorism has been appointed. However, no terror activities of this man were known to the police. The two police officers were out of danger, Belgian authorities said Saturday night. We must avoid panic of course... and not give in to terror. "That's the trap that's been set for us", he told a news conference.

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  • Community union nominates Owen Smith in leadership battle

    The meeting was organised by local Labour Party members with support from Momentum Teesside and chaired by Fens and Rossmere ward councillor Alan Clark. "I don't think our leadership has been strong enough about stamping it out", Smith said. On Smith's warning of a Labour split, McDonnell accused him of attempting to blackmail Corbyn voters into supporting his campaign, and dismissed the claim as the "wrong tactic in a leadership election".

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  • Afghan army offensive kills 30 Taliban

    Afghan army offensive kills 30 Taliban

    Akhonzada said the Taliban's seizure of the district, which borders Pakistan, means the militants "control of 60 percent of Helmand". Much of the Marjah, Sangin, Garmser, and Dishu districts had already fallen to the Taliban . The Taliban have been fighting in Helmand for the past six months. Such efforts are likely to persist as long as they have control over the opium-producing region of Helmand.

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  • South Africa's governing ANC loses Pretoria as voters signal anger at scandals

    South Africa's governing ANC loses Pretoria as voters signal anger at scandals

    Voters watched as the country's two major political parties battled it out for the soul of the administrative capital Tshwane as well as the economic hub Johannesburg . Final results are expected to be announced later on Saturday, with the ANC reportedly leading in Johannesburg by a slim margin. In only one, Rustenburg (England's 2010 World Cup base) is the EFF in pole position to secure the mayoralty, and that would involve hard choices for the DA.

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  • PM Modi showing fake anger for Dalit votes

    Questioned repeatedly over his "silence" on the sensitive issue of attacks on Dalits by alleged Hindu right-wingers, Modi said, "I would like to tell these people that if you have any problem, if you have attack, attack me". "Divisive politics will not do any good to the country", he said. Modi was speaking at a public meeting at Gajwel in Telangana's Medak district after inaugurating the state's drinking water programme "Mission Bhagiratha".

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  • Chicago officers in deadly shooting relieved of powers

    Chicago officers in deadly shooting relieved of powers

    But he said that timeline is not appropriate for this shooting, especially when officers have already been disciplined for their actions. According to police, as officers got out to confront the driver, he put the auto in drive and side-swiped a squad vehicle and a parked vehicle.

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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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