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  • FVR off to China for talks

    President Rodrigo Duterte has named Ramos as a special envoy to fix soured ties between China and the Philippines. This will be Ramos' first trip to Beijing as the envoy. Last week, Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi (王毅) said the US, Japan and Australia were "fanning the flames" of regional tensions after they released a joint statement urging China not to construct military outposts or reclaim land in disputed waters.

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  • Hack attempt on Garda computers forced shutdown of systems

    Hack attempt on Garda computers forced shutdown of systems

    Heightening security, protocols were then enforced across the ICT system "to limit any effect on our systems", gardai said. It is understood a malware threat was identified last week. Intelligence reports, as well as the personal information of crime victims are stored on the Garda Pulse system, while forensic and DNA evidence are also stored electronically.

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  • Trump mocks Clinton's 'short circuit' comment

    Trump mocks Clinton's 'short circuit' comment

    A new poll in Pennsylvania found enormous edges for Clinton in the suburbs around Philadelphia in the southeastern part of the state - 60% to 20% for Trump. Even after a hard few weeks, there is still a solid Trump country - it's in rural America. But Trump, a neophyte candidate who had never run for office before announcing his candidacy for President previous year, ignores the advice of his campaign consultants and launches rant-filled attacks that may have worked with the GOP faithful in ...

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  • Celebration of Brazil opens Olympics

    Celebration of Brazil opens Olympics

    Under the gaze of Rio's Christ the Redeemer statue, 78,000 people watched the four-hour party with Michael Phelps and other sporting superstars taking centre-stage in South America's first Olympics. Brazil, the first South American country to host the Olympics, used the start of the Games to tell a version of the country's history - from slavery to mega-cities - that comes as hard economic times are testing its fun-loving style.

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  • Clinton widens lead over Trump to 8 points

    Those voters, however, will have to be significantly in a different mood than those contacted by pollsters in Pennsylvania, another state full of Trump voters, where Clinton nevertheless now has a double-digit lead after both party conventions.

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  • Voters back controversial new constitution ordered by Thailand junta

    After doing so, he called on Thais to exercise their voting rights in the referendum, saying it is the way to set the direction of the country's future. The military says its new constitution will curb endemic political corruption, bring stability after years of unrest and pave the way for a general election next year.

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  • Syrian rebels break siege of Aleppo by government forces

    Syrian rebels break siege of Aleppo by government forces

    A coalition of rebels and jihadists took part in the major offensive, led by the newly-formed Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, which until last week was the official al-Qaeda branch in Syria. Last month, the Syrian government seized the Castillo road, the only route into rebel-held areas in Aleppo. The Levant Conquest Front posted pictures of loot from one of the military academies, the artillery school, including armored vehicles and ammunition.

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  • Trump notes mistake on Iran video

    Cinamon Watson, a spokeswoman for the Coffman campaign, refused to say whether the congressman believed the payment was ransom but noted "the timing is suspect and raises a lot of questions". "Four-hundred million dollars in cash is transported to Iran by airplane". The Republican nominee had claimed at rallies twice this week that such a video existed, saying in ME on Thursday that it was provided by Iranians "to embarrass our president because we have a president who's incompetent".

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  • IS claims Belgium police machete attack

    The news came after law enforcement revealed the attacker was a 33-year-old Algerian who was previously known to the authorities, but not for terror-related activities. The attacker, who shouted "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest) during the assault on SAturday, was shot by police and died of his injuries. "We must keep a cool head ", Michel said.

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  • Newt Gingrich Says Trump Making Himself 'More Unacceptable' Than Clinton

    Newt Gingrich Says Trump Making Himself 'More Unacceptable' Than Clinton

    The former House speaker, who spoke with me on the phone, went on to say Trump "has to become more disciplined or he runs the real risk of losing this election". long ways from over". Trump's stalwart defender and friend, Gov. As he received it he quipped, "I always wanted to get a Purple Heart ". Several top Republican figures, including some who have endorsed Donald Trump , are planning an " intervention " with the Republican nominee, following several catastrophic days that have ...

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  • Philippine Leader Links Politicians, Military to Drug Trade

    Duterte said that while the involvement of some officials might not be true, he was making public their names because it was his "sworn duty". While Duterte's recent war on drugs has drawn major criticism [Aljazeera report] from global human rights groups due to his extreme methods, Duterte claims that he must fulfill his duty to end the "pandemic" of drug abuse despite the risk of violating human rights.

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  • Billionaire Seth Klarman Slams Trump, Vows To Fight For Clinton

    Billionaire Seth Klarman Slams Trump, Vows To Fight For Clinton

    The poll had a credibility interval of three percentage points. In New Hampshire, Clinton leads Trump 47 to 32 percent, according to a new WBUR poll . Hillary Clinton smiles during a campaign rally, where she received the endorsement of Barack Obama, in Charlotte, North Carolina , July 5, 2016.

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  • So Why Did Trump Endorse Ryan in Green Bay?

    Republican nominee Donald Trump limped into Wisconsin on Friday and belatedly endorsed House Speaker Paul Ryan and 2008 nominee Sen. In addition to Ryan, other top Republicans from the Badger State have said they will not attend Friday's rally.

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  • Fan-made Metroid 2 remake celebrates series' 30th year before Nintendo does

    Fan-made Metroid 2 remake celebrates series' 30th year before Nintendo does

    Please welcome the launch of AM2R, or, Another Metroid 2 Remake . The free game, which had a demo tease launch a few years ago, is finally in a 1.0 "full" release state on Windows (to be followed "soon" by a Linux build). And so, to celebrate one of Nintendo's greatest franchises, join us as we take a look back on all of the games in the Metroid series and rank them from best to worst.

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  • Harvard Republicans Won't Endorse Trump

    The kids are not all right with Donald Trump . His authoritarian tendencies and flirtations with fascism are unparalleled in the history of our democracy. Jing released a statement of his own ridiculing the Republican Club for jumping ship . The decision to publicly reject the candidate came earlier this week, Harvard Republican Club President Declan Garvey told CNN.

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  • Prevén lluvias torrenciales por 'Earl'

    Una zona de inestabilidad con potencial ciclónico, se encuentra frente a las costas de Guerrero, y ocasionará potencial de tormentas puntuales torrenciales en Guerrero; tormentas puntuales intensas en Jalisco, Colima y Michoacán; así como tormentas muy fuertes en Guanajuato y Nayarit.

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  • ANC risks shift to populist policies after poor election performance

    ANC risks shift to populist policies after poor election performance

    The Democratic Alliance was also ahead in Nelson Mandela Bay, a major municipality on the east coast. Encompassing Port Elizabeth and the surrounding rural area, the area was a hotbed of anti-apartheid activism which won the name in 2001. The opposition Democratic Alliance, which has roots in the anti-apartheid movement and was white-led until past year, has predicted victory in Tshwane.

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  • Siguen los atacantes entre Duarte y Yunes

    En medio de esta ola de acusacione, ahora se descubre la presunta adquisición por parte del gobernador Javier Duarte de una millonaria propiedad en The Woodlands, condado de Montgomery, en Texas. Duarte añadió que su relación es buena, a pasar de más acusaciones en las que se encuentra inmerso. Finalmente, mencionó que mantiene una buena relación con el PRI y aseveró que él es el principal interesado en que se investigue cualquier acto de corrupción y que se llegue a sus últimas ...

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  • Bill Kristol Admits It, Paul Ryan Doesn't Want Donald Trump to Win

    Bill Kristol Admits It, Paul Ryan Doesn't Want Donald Trump to Win

    We have to win this election". But Ryan's "we" may not include a majority of Republican voters at this point. "For someone whose career got jumpstarted by the Chicago machine I was surprised to hear him say that.", Mr. The party's nominee has had a hard two weeks, capped off by the overwhelming criticism over his fight with the family of Capt. Humayun Khan, a Muslim-American soldier killed in 2004 in Iraq.

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  • Wainwright has rough go, Cardinals drop another home series

    Louis Cardinals. Roberto Hernandez, a 35-year-old, became the 14th starting pitcher the Braves have used this season, and he gave them enough to get the victory. Freeman reached safely all five trips, adding two singles and two walks. The Cardinals (57-51) had Carpenter play second and third base while on his rehab assignment with Double-A Springfield with the idea of offering Matheny some lineup flexibility.

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  • Aprobación a gestión de Bachelet baja a 19% — Cadem

    Aprobación a gestión de Bachelet baja a 19% — Cadem

    La encuesta se realizó entre el miércoles 3 de agosto y el viernes 5 de agosto a 711 entrevistados. La presidenta de Chile, Michelle Bachelet. La última vez que Bachelet llegó a ese piso de aprobación fue la semana pasada, tras una caída de tres puntos en su adhesión.

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  • Barack Obama sceptic over Russia's commitment to peace in Syria

    Barack Obama sceptic over Russia's commitment to peace in Syria

    While Obama has recently shown great relish for attacking Trump, at last week's Democratic convention and elsewhere, as a demagogue, he told reporters at the Pentagon that continuing the criticism would belabor the point. "In terms of the threat that [the Islamic State group] poses to the homeland, I think it is serious", Obama said. "Meanwhile in Syria", Obama said, "a coalition of local forces backed by our special operations forces and airstrikes continues to take the fight to ISIL as ...

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  • 4 years after massacre, new Sandy Hook school opens to public

    The new school was funded by a state grant and has several built-in safety features such as impact-resistant windows, as well as state-of-the-art video monitoring. "From the very first day, we were aware of just how important it was to build the best possible building for the students and the Newtown community".

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