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  • Denny Hamlin wins at Watkins Glen

    Sunday on USA Network. Elliott and the other drivers are not sure what to expect since the road course went through a $12 million repaving project during the offseason. "Now we've just got to get a win here". Stewart, who is retiring after the season, will finish his stellar Cup career with eight road wins, one fewer than the record nine of Jeff Gordon.

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  • 1 dead in overnight fire in home in Incline Village

    After several hours of battling the fire, crews were able to get inside the home and found a person dead, the department said. The cause of death will be determined by the Washoe County Medical Examiner's Office. The Washoe County Sheriff's Office and the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection have launched a joint investigation to determine the cause of the fire.

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  • Early South African vote results show ruling party losing

    Early South African vote results show ruling party losing

    The opposition Democratic Alliance is challenging the ANC in both areas. But its hold has been weakened by corruption scandals and a stagnant economy that has frustrated the urban middle class, while poor communities demand better services in a country with one of the highest inequality rates in the world.

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  • Iran executes scientist who gave information to US

    Iran executes scientist who gave information to US

    In an interview with Saham News, his family said that they "had been taken hostage" a month before the scientist came back to Iran, an oblique reference that Iranian security forces had used his family to force his return. He said Iran still can not access its foreign assets, although it is able to export more oil and to access the worldwide banking system. USA officials said they had paid Amiri $5 million over a number of years to provide information on Iran's nuclear program.

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  • Man poses as North Texas firefighter to steal from hotel

    Man poses as North Texas firefighter to steal from hotel

    He then told the manager to go to another part of the hotel so he could set off the fire alarm and test the system. Police say when the manager returned, the man indicated he had to go to his vehicle for some tools but he actually fled in a dark Ford Mustang.

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  • China's Wu wins record 5th Olympic diving gold medal

    Wu passed Guo to become the first man or woman with seven diving medals in total, and she is now the only person to win the 3m event in four successive Games. "Now the Chinese are the strongest because we have a different system and the other countries don't have a system like this", she said. China's Wu Minxia (R) became the oldest women's diving gold medallist.

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  • Oscar Pistorius treated in hospital for wrist injuries

    Oscar Pistorius treated in hospital for wrist injuries

    The correctional services spokeman did not provide any detail on the injuries, citing medical privacy concerns. Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius leaves court after appearing for the 2013 killing of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, South Africa, June 14, 2016.

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  • Man pulls gun on restaurant employee, flees police

    Man pulls gun on restaurant employee, flees police

    An employee told officers they had tried to intervene in an argument between two people outside. The suspect left in a vehicle, which drove by the scene while officers were there. Two male occupants, 19-year-old Daniel Amador and a juvenile, fled on foot and were apprehended a short distance away. The young male was cited for fleeing police and violating curfew.

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  • Thai voters overwhelmingly approve junta-backed co

    But Ubon Ratchathani University political science academic Titipol Phakdeewanich said it crossed the hurdle with the help of many "red shirt" supporters of Puea Thai who were jaded with military rule and hoped to end it. Another provision, which also was approved by voters, could allow for an unelected prime minister by letting the appointed Senate participate in the selection process.

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  • Stranded kayaker rescued after crocodile attack

    Stranded kayaker rescued after crocodile attack

    The man, who has not been named, was left to fend for himself on Townshend Island, where he had paddled to escape from the reptile. "It's croc country out there", an Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), which coordinated the rescue, spokeswoman told AAP .

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  • Christopher Biggins to visit Auschwitz after CBB Holocaust 'joke'

    Christopher Biggins to visit Auschwitz after CBB Holocaust 'joke'

    Saturday night's episode of "Celebrity Big Brother" also saw Biggins blame bisexual people for the spread of AIDs. He added: 'That's what I've read and that's what I believe'. " I am mortified by what's happened, really mortified ", he said. But it didn't occur to me that's what I was referring to. Most of my friends, in fact, are Jewish.

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  • Biden takes swipe at Trump on Twitter

    Biden takes swipe at Trump on Twitter

    Donald Trump is trying to shift from a disastrous stretch of his presidential campaign to one focused on policy and party unity. See for yourself: C-SPAN will cover the speech at noon EDT. "I think his reaching out and supporting John McCain and Kelly Ayotte in particular, and Paul Ryan, who had been critical of him, you know, a couple of days earlier, shows that he has the ability and the understanding to realize that there are going to be disagreements and you've got to be able to reach out ...

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  • Trump ends suspense endorses Ryan and McCain

    Trump ends suspense endorses Ryan and McCain

    He has skipped from one misstep to the next, sparking a fresh wave of Republican defections among longtime party loyalists who refuse to support their presidential nominee - including some who even publicly support for Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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  • Trump courts wary GOP, decides to endorse Ryan

    Trump courts wary GOP, decides to endorse Ryan

    Ryan - shocked some of Mr. Trump's diehard supporters. It took the congressman a full month to come around to his party's nominee. "You would think we'd ought to be focusing on Hillary Clinton and all of her deficiencies", Ryan said . "I like people that weren't captured". Morell said that as Russian President Vladimir Putin "played upon Mr. Trump's vulnerabilities by complimenting him".

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  • Asesinan a director de Miss World México

    Hugo, de unos 30 años, presentaba heridas de bala en la cabeza y por la espalda. El hombre, originario de Guadalajara, Jalisco, coronó a Melissa Lizárraga, nombrada como Miss World México Sinaloa, el evento se llevó a cabo en el Modular Inés Arredondo.

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  • Partido de Mandela enfrenta sus peores elecciones desde 1994

    Partido de Mandela enfrenta sus peores elecciones desde 1994

    Los sudafricanos comenzaron hoy a las 7:00 hora local (5:00 GMT) a elegir a sus alcaldes y concejales, en una jornada electoral que transcurre de momento sin incidentes y en la que el gobernante Congreso Nacional Africano ( CNA ) podría perder por primera vez algunos de sus bastiones más importantes.

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  • Assam terror attack: CM Sonowal to visit Kokrajhar today

    Sonowal said all the evidence collected so far prove that it was the NDFB (S) which had carried out the attack at Balajan Tiniali weekly market, about 12 km from Kokrajhar. R Dutta Choudhury GUWAHATI , Aug 7 - The ultra attack in Kokrajhar caught the security forces off guard as no one would anticipate such an attack on innocent citizens.

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  • Trump spokeswoman: Hillary & Obama killed Khan's son in Iraq… in 2004!

    Kahn and I responded to that vicious attack. "And there's one area where Donald's experience could be invaluable", said Mr Obama . Barack Obama made things worse by invading more countries than President Bush did. Army Capt. Humayun Khan , with former prisoner of war Sen. Pierson was invited back on CNN the next day to have the opportunity to correct her mistake.

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  • Fragile but still poses threat-Obama

    Fragile but still poses threat-Obama

    In an attempt to contrast himself with Obama and Clinton, Trump's tweet promised that he was open to questioning from the American public, and Twitter users seized the opportunity to ask the businessman for answers. In Syria, the situation is more complex, Obama acknowledged, because ISIL and al-Qaida can hide in the clutter of the civil war going on there. The United Nations estimates 300,000 civilians are still trapped in Aleppo and are in dire need of safe passage out of the city.

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  • Trump backs Paul Ryan, John McCain for re-election

    Trump backs Paul Ryan, John McCain for re-election

    We'll work together". Trump also tried to mend relations with two Republican senators whom he'd criticized after they faulted him for attacking the Khans: John McCain of Arizona and Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire. However, all three chided Trump for engaging in a flap with Khizr and Ghazala Khan , the parents of USA army Capt. Humayun Khan, who was awarded a Bronze Star and Purple Heart after his death in 2004.

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  • Arrasa 'Earl' con familia en Veracruz; mueren tres personas

    Arrasa 'Earl' con familia en Veracruz; mueren tres personas

    El último corte de la Secretaría de Protección Civil estatal , reveló que las precipitaciones pluviales de las bandas nubosas provocaron que 26 ríos y arroyos de respuesta rápida se desbordaran tanto en zonas rurales como urbanas. Antes de cruzar la península de Yucatán, en México , Earl azotó Ciudad de Belice como huracán esta semana, donde arrancó techos, derribó árboles e inundó zonas costeras.

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  • Schumer: Congress should return from recess to address Zika

    Schumer: Congress should return from recess to address Zika

    To date, Texas has reported 93 cases of Zika , all of which were related to travel overseas. "The Obama administration is warning that the world's first Zika virus vaccine will likely be stalled if Congress doesn't approve new funding before the end of the summer recess.

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  • Lincecum designated for assignment by Angels

    On a night that began with fans chanting the name of Ken Griffey Jr., who had his No. 24 jersey retired in a pregame ceremony, O'Malley heard his own surname being shouted by the sellout crowd of 45,618 when it was over. Zunino, who was recalled from Triple-A on June 30, is hitting.357 with two home runs since July 31 and has supplanted veteran Chris Iannetta as starter.

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  • Emirates passenger jet catches fire in Dubai; firefighter killed

    Footage from an Emirates plane that crash-landed in Dubai before bursting into flames that shows scenes of panic surfaced on Social Media on Thursday. "Leave everything. Leave the bags", a man calls out, telling people to use the inflatable slide to evacuate the plane. There were 282 passengers and 18 crew on board.

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  • Trump niega fisuras entre los republicanos

    Trump niega fisuras entre los republicanos

    Los republicanos más poderosos en Washington y en la Trump Tower de Nueva York admitieron que las cosas no van a cambiar a menos que Trump quiera que cambien. Una nueva encuesta de WBUR a electores de Nuevo Hampshire muestra a Clinton con 47 por ciento del voto en el estado mientras que Trump solo cuenta con el 32 por ciento.

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  • Russia Says Warned US before Aleppo Toxic Attack by Terrorists

    Rebels have launched a fierce counteroffensive to break the siege, which has trapped tens of thousands of residents amid warnings of a potential catastrophe. This was met with scepticism by residents and global observers, and 35 NGOs in a statement on Tuesday called the initiative "deeply flawed". "But if the rebels will not leave and prefer to fight on, he will want the people out so he can bomb the city at will without lots of civilian casualties", said Joshua Landis, a Syria expert at the ...

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  • Barack Obama Slams Donald Trump; Declares He's Unfit to Be America's President

    Barack Obama Slams Donald Trump; Declares He's Unfit to Be America's President

    While Americans are more likely to surround themselves with friends who support their presidential candidate of choice, the divide also extends to the conversations they're having about the election. They have been told these are classified briefings. He adds that he expects them to "start acting like a president" and keep them secret. Obama, who was meeting with his national security advisers about the fight against Islamic State, also made a subtle jab at Trump for his dispute with a ...

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  • Chicago Police Release Footage of Officer-Involved Shooting of Unarmed Teen

    Chicago Police Release Footage of Officer-Involved Shooting of Unarmed Teen

    Johnson said it's against departmental policy to fire at or into a moving vehicle if the auto is the only potential use of force by a suspect, which prompted him to relieve the officers of their duties. In fact, those shots were fired in the officer's direction by other police shooting at the stolen vehicle in apparent violation of departmental policy.

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  • Brazil didn't shy away from its history of slavery during Opening Ceremonies

    The hour-long cultural fiesta, capped by a spectacular display of fireworks, led to the Parade of the Nations, or the march past of the participating contingents, comprising 207 including Kosovo and South Sudan who are making their debut. It was a largely nostalgic look at Brazilian history and what life looked like in the country before the Europeans settled - again pulled off elegantly and without the complicated and ambitious routines we've seen in previous opening ceremonies .

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