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  • USA courts block restrictive voter ID laws in 2 states

    In Richmond, Virginia, the three-judge panel of the US 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously on Friday that the North Carolina voter law violated the Constitution and the Voting Rights Act. N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory has already said there will be an immediate appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. "We will obviously be appealing this politically motivated decision to the Supreme Court".

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  • ISIS claims its 'soldier' carried out Belgian machete attack

    ISIS claims its 'soldier' carried out Belgian machete attack

    He died after being shot by officers. Prosecutors said K.B. was carrying a backpack at the time of the attack , but that a bomb squad search found no explosives or other weapons inside. Forced returns to Algeria are "problematic", despite years of negotiations, Francken said in the statement. Police spokesman David Quinaux told broadcaster RTL-TVI the assailant had "taken a machete out of a sports bag he was carrying and dealt very violent blows to the faces of the two policewomen".

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  • U.S. urges patience in Argentina, wants Venezuela recall vote this year

    The presidency is powerful in Argentina, but Macri needs congressional support to build credibility for his major policies and to reverse the confrontational politics of the country's recent history. Department of Commerce's Trade Winds - Latin American mission in September 2016. Her former secretary of public works was caught in July trying to hide almost $9 million in a Buenos Aires convent.

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  • 58! Furyk sets a PGA Tour record at Travelers

    Russell Knox shot a 2-under 68 Sunday to win the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands at 14 under after draining a 12-footer for par on the 72nd hole. "He was playing flawless golf", said Fluff with his walrus mustache, "Driving at every fairway and hitting a lot of great iron shots, and like you said, it's nothing you talk about just go about your business you keep trying to keep it going and he did that, very easily".

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  • Gold Star Mom Defends Trump: He was Soft-Spoken, Tender

    Gold Star Mom Defends Trump: He was Soft-Spoken, Tender

    Trump's rival Hillary Clinton said his criticism of a family who gave their son in defense of the country sunk to a new low in an already nasty election campaign. He served our country. "He is unrepentant in all things". He also ripped into New Hampshire Sen. Rather than rallying behind the Republican nominee in the dispute, several party leaders backed the Khan family, including Republican party Chairman Reince Priebus, who said Gold Star families should be "off limits".

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  • Rio 2016 Olympics for cord-cutters: Where to watch

    NBC Olympics executive producer Jim Bell described the foray into virtual reality as experimental. This subscription service lets you stream cable programs live on your laptop, phone, tablet and more . And during the Olympics , Sling will also offer MSNBC and CNBC free. Telemundo/NBC Universo (273 1/2 hours) have Spanish-language of everything, with a focus on Mexico's men's soccer team (the US men's team did not qualify).

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  • Attack me if you want but not Dalits: Narendra Modi

    Attack me if you want but not Dalits: Narendra Modi

    He also said attacks against Dalits should stop and said it is a social problem which shouldn't be politicised. "Hence these parties are stooping low to create divisions in society". RJD leader Lalu Prasad said over the phone: " Yeh gau raksha nahi, vote raksha hai (It's not cow protection but vote protection). If you have to shoot, shoot me, but not my Dalit brothers.

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  • Donald Trump backs Paul Ryan, John McCain

    The White House has insisted the payment had nothing to do with the release of the hostages. On Thursday, Trump pledged to get back on track in attacking his Democratic rival in the November 8 election, Hillary Clinton. Trump's campaign said his economic advisory panel included former steel executive Dan DiMicco; tobacco company Vector Group Ltd President and CEO Howard Lorber; and Trump campaign finance chairman and investment manager Steven Mnuchin.

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  • Donald Trump backtracks on video of plane carrying money to Iran

    This week The Wall Street Journal reported the $ 400 million cash payment, raising questions about why the payment coincided with the release of the Americans held by Iran. "Obviously, the professional staff at DOJ, of whom I'd bet 100 percent voted for Obama, were so angry that people began to leak", Abrams said, adding, "this leak shows how rotten the Obama decision to bribe Iran and ransom hostages truly was".

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  • IOC OK's entry of 271 Russians

    IOC OK's entry of 271 Russians

    Also Thursday, the International Olympic Committee rule barring Russian athletes with prior doping sanctions from competing in the games was rejected as "unenforceable" by a sports arbitration panel, a decision which could open the door to further appeals and more Russians being entered.

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  • Pope Francis: Too many civilians dying in Syria civil war

    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the rebels took control of the Armament School and large parts of an artillery base in the southwestern parts of Aleppo. Rebel factions in Syria claim they have broken a government siege of Aleppo. "We announce the start of a new phase to liberate all of Aleppo" after a week of continuous fighting, the group said.

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  • Rebel alliance launches battle to retake all of Aleppo

    Rebel alliance launches battle to retake all of Aleppo

    Rebels have taken most of a large government military complex southwest of Aleppo city in a major offensive begun Friday to break a monthlong siege and are now attacking further into government-held territory. Last month, the Syrian government seized the Castillo road, the only route into rebel-held areas in Aleppo. The government and major ally Russian Federation had offered safe corridors for residents to leave rebel-held areas, an offer met with skepticism from the locals who viewed it as ...

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  • ISIS claims responsibility for Belgian machete attack

    ISIS claims responsibility for Belgian machete attack

    Police officers check the identification of a man near the police headquarters in Charleroi after the machete attack on August 6. Michel said prosecutors are expected to release information about the Charleroi attacker later Sunday. "That's the trap that's been set for us", he told a news conference. ISIS has a history of claiming responsibility for attacks by people who are not directly affiliated with the terror group but just motivated or inspired by them.

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  • Oscar Pistorius taken to hospital 'with cuts to his wrist'

    The former Paralympian was released and sent back to prison later that day. He has already served one year in the jail. Pistorius has always denied deliberately killing his girlfriend and claimed that he mistook her for an intruder before shooting her dead with four bullets fired through a closed toilet door.

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  • Austrian far-right leader likens Turkish coup to Reichstag fire

    Erdogan has angrily rejected suggestions that he or the government might have been behind the coup, which he has blamed on the followers of a US -based Muslim cleric. "We want to reiterate that the steady determination by all segments of society against the malicious coup attempt is very important in terms of that Turkey's long-established democratic tradition is put forth one more time and that our democracy gets even better".

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  • Williams sisters lose in Olympic doubles for 1st time

    CORRECTS SPELLING OF LAST NAME TO SAFAROVA INSTEAD OF SARFAROVA - Serena Williams, of the United States, reacts after losing a point at the net in a doubles match with her sister Venus, rear, against Lucie Safarova and Barbora Strycova, of the Czech Republic, at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil, Sunday, Aug.

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  • Turkey slams Austrian Chancellor's remarks on European Union membership

    Turkey slams Austrian Chancellor's remarks on European Union membership

    He also said the reinstatement of the death penalty in Turkey would be incompatible with European Union values. He said, however, that "I don't think it would be helpful if we would unilaterally tell Turkey that the negotiations are over". "In Africa, we know that they work as nurseries (for terror) and we want to warn them". Gulen, who lives in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania, has denied any involvement in the coup.

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  • "Lo de los 20 mil millones es una fábula", dijo Daniel Scioli

    Sobre la supuesta extracción de fondos del Banco Provincia, consignó que "lo de los 20 mil millones es una fábula ". " Es una fábula , los $20.000 millones fueron para pagar sueldos", manifestó el ex gobernador bonaerense en diálogo con La Chiqui, quien había invitado a su mesa a Paula Oliveto , legisladora de la Coalición Cívica-ARI que dio detalles sobre la denuncia que su espacio realizó contra él.

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  • Sarbananda Sonowal condemns dastardly act, announces ex-gratia for victims' kin

    While 14 people lost their lives, those injured have been admitted to nearby hospitals where the condition of some are said to be serious, the official said. CPI national secretary D Raja also condemned the attack, saying the incident occurred despite Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh repeatedly talking on the issue of terrorism and the country being put on alert.

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  • Multitudinaria Mamatón para promover la lactancia materna — Corrientes

    Además, de promover que amamantar hasta los 2 años de edad les proporciona a los pequeños la mitad de los nutrientes que necesitan. La Secretaría de Salud del Estado de Querétaro (SESEQ) promueve en forma permanente la Lactancia Materna y de manera intensiva durante la Semana Mundial de Lactancia Materna , la cual se celebró del 01 al 07 de agosto bajo el lema: "Lactancia Materna : clave para el desarrollo sostenible".

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  • Clinton to speak Thursday in Detroit, talk jobs

    But Clinton could be headed for a relative blow-out in Virginia , where she leads Trump 49% to 37%. In a fundraising email sent to donors on Sunday, the democratic nominee reminded them that the real estate tycoon is "unqualified and unfit to lead our country" as polls showed her lead over Trump was getting stronger.

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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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