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  • Kasich: Trump must 'operate in the light'

    Kasich: Trump must 'operate in the light'

    He also insinuated that women who experience sexual harassment at their jobs are weak and should find somewhere else to work , and refused to endorse three Republicans enmeshed in reelection races, including House Speaker Paul Ryan , before giving in to partisan pressure to do so.

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  • Continúan lluvias en la mayor parte del país

    Continúan lluvias en la mayor parte del país

    Mientras que lluvias muy fuertes con tormentas intensas en zonas de Jalisco, Colima y Oaxaca, y tormentas muy fuertes en Guanajuato y Nayarit; además de vientos fuertes y oleaje elevado en la zona costera de Colima, Michoacán y Guerrero .

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  • Thailand's New Constitution Keeps The Military In Politics

    Thailand's election commission reported that with 91 percent of the votes counted, 61.45 percent favor the new constitution and 38.55 percent opposed it. "If people cannot speak their minds freely or take part in political activities without fear, how can they meaningfully engage in this referendum", said Josef Benedict, Amnesty International's deputy director for Southeast Asia and the Pacific.

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  • Pakistan 72-1 against England in second Test

    It was a disheartening day for Anderson, who claimed 1-32 on a sluggish surface but saw vice-captain Joe Root floor a catching opportunity when Azhar Ali was on 38. That was nearly Azhar's undoing, though, as he advanced down the track and smashed a return catch to Moeen Ali, the ball bursting through the off-spinner's hands as he attempted to snare a hard chance above his head.

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  • South Africa's ANC loses capital Pretoria

    The two major parties are also locked in a tight race to control the country's largest city, Johannesburg . The party already conceded defeat to its rival, the Democratic Alliance (DA), in Port Elizabeth, an industrial city in Western Cape province.

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  • Donald Trump finally backs U.S. house speaker Paul Ryan

    Trump's string of endorsements were a surprising move for the Republican nominee, who typically does not back down. It's clear that party unity is on the mind of the GOP as it eyes down-ticket races leading up to the general election. Ryan faces another long shot Tuesday, Paul Nehlen, but this time his race has received a weeklong bath of national attention thanks to Donald Trump's short, unusual and possibly self-destructive intervention in Wisconsin politics.

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  • Kalabagh dam: Rabbani advises govt to approach CCI

    Kalabagh dam: Rabbani advises govt to approach CCI

    He said strengthening of democracy and democratic institutions would help make Pakistan a developed prosperous and peaceful country. He urged people to renew their pledge to work for a developed, prosperous and peaceful Pakistan as per vision of the Quaid-i-Azam.

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  • England beat Pakistan, take 2-1 lead

    Mohammad Amir (2-75) and Shah (2-172) also took a share of the wickets. After Pakistan lost six wickets either side of the tea break, the tourists' final pair of Sohail Khan and Rahat Ali delayed defeat by putting on 50 runs between them before man-of-the-match Ali ended the contest when he caught and bowled Sohail for 36.

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  • Kaine Unable To Answer For Hillary's Email Lies

    Accordingly, like Director Comey said in announcing that he would not recommend an indictment against Clinton , "any reasonable person in Secretary Clinton's position, or in the position of those government employees with whom she was corresponding about these matters, should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation".

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  • Woman walked down the aisle by man who received her dad's heart

    Woman walked down the aisle by man who received her dad's heart

    Jeni's father, Michael Stepien, was murdered in Swissvale back in 2006. For the past 10 years, the family has kept in contact with Thomas through calls and letters- but had never met. Jeni Stepien waited ten years for this day. Arthur will walk her down the aisle. "And now it's finally here", said Jeni Stepien said excitedly. Jeni asked Arthur if he would be willing to walk her down the aisle in honor of her father and he agreed.

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  • Olympic Road Cycling Is a Grueling, Panoramic Tour of Rio

    Olympic Road Cycling Is a Grueling, Panoramic Tour of Rio

    With the Atlantic Ocean glistening behind the 12,000-strong purpose-built arena, Brazilians revelled in having one of their favourite sports played on one of the world's most famous beaches. "It's a massive bucket-list item ticket", he said above the roars. Whatever happens this time, everyone agrees on one thing: an actual stretch of sand, and in Rio to boot, far outdoes past face-offs at parks, royal parade grounds, and even next to auto parks.

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  • Confirman 38 muertes en México por 'Earl'

    Mientras tanto, las lluvias registradas en Guerrero, a consecuencia de los remanentes de Earl, y una zona de inestabilidad atmosférica, han dejado daños menores en tres municipios del estado, entre ellos 19 viviendas anegadas, árboles caídos y deslizamiento en laderas.

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  • Newt Gingrich breaks with Donald Trump and endorses John McCain

    Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was described as "very frustrated" and stressed by Trump's behaviour over the past week, having run out of excuses to make on the nominee's behalf with donors and other party leaders, according to multiple people familiar with the events.

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  • Iran executes nuclear scientist for spying for US

    Two weeks later, on July 14, 2010, CNN reported that Amiri had returned to Tehran after going to Iran's interest section at the embassy of Pakistan in Washington. Amiri was embraced by his family and greeted by a senior envoy from Iran's Foreign Ministry. The release of the Clinton e-mails came amid criticism of Ms.

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  • Deslave en Puebla deja 9 personas fallecidas

    Las lluvias torrenciales también causaron derrumbes en carreteras, dejaron dos puentes colapsados sobre el río Necaxa y cortes intermitentes de energía eléctrica en algunas comunidades, detalló el gobierno de Puebla . El mandatario estatal solicitó la declaratoria de emergencia correspondiente a la Secretaría de Gobernación. Una vez que se cuantifiquen la totalidad de daños materiales se solicitará la declaración de desastres naturales para la puesta en marcha del programa emergente ...

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  • Family featured in heart transplant stories found dead

    A dog also was found deceased. 33-year-old Megan Short and their children — 8-year-old Lianna, 5-year-old Mark Jr., and 2-year-old Willow — were found dead. According to District Attorney John Adams, the murder-suicide note found at the scene of the mass shooting makes the cause of five deaths incredibly clear, and that it was a "tragic domestic incident".

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  • Young man killed while playing Pokemon at tourist attraction

    The San Francisco Medical Examiner had not publicly identified the victim as of publication time. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The US Park Police and local homicide detectives are investigating what led to the shooting. Citing the ongoing investigation, police said they couldn't provide details on any possible suspects or a motive for the crime, but confirmed that as of Sunday morning, no arrests had been made in the case.

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  • Phillies Turn Triple Play In Win Over Padres

    In just his third start of the season for the San Diego Padres, Paul Clemens was shot into the spotlight after a "foreign substance" was discovered on his jersey and he was forced to wear a different uniform. "Especially in the first inning I wasn't able to spin the ball for strikes or get fastballs down in the zone". "Thompson was overthrowing obviously, " he said.

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  • Shoot me if you want, don't hit my Dalit brethren: Modi

    Shoot me if you want, don't hit my Dalit brethren: Modi

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, pictured on June 8, 2016, has strongly denounced attacks on Dalits saying, "Attack me, but not them". If you have to shoot, shoot me, but not my Dalit brothers. The Prime Minister asked the states to identify the people who want to destroy the social fabric. He said there was a time when "language of tension" was spoken between the Centre and the states.

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  • Donald Trump finally backs USA house speaker Paul Ryan

    In addition to Ryan, other top Republicans from the Badger State have said they will not attend Friday's rally. Ryan is heavily favored to win the Republican primary in his southern Wisconsin congressional district Tuesday. He also said voters should consider supporting him because of Pence, who appeared with him at both events. Kaine stands by Clinton: Clinton's running mate, Sen.

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  • Exciting finish in women's 400m freestyle

    When Ledecky saw the time - 3 minutes, 56.46 seconds - she let out an uncharacteristic scream and pumped her right fist. No one is even close to Ledecky, who will essentially be racing the clock in the final. The stars are out in primetime on NBC on Day 2 of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games with Michael Phelps expected to make his Rio debut, along with Katie Ledecky and Dana Vollmer in the pool, plus the USA women's gymnastics team, led by Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman, competes in ...

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  • Mariah Carey: Idol was 'abusive'

    Mariah Carey at the 2016 TCA press tour in Beverly Hills. That is why E! is airing a new eight-part program, revealing Mariah's World. "By the way, you've just driven me to drink", she recalled at the Television Press Critics Summer Press Tour.

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  • Civil rights groups reach deal over Texas voter ID law

    Gonzales Ramos must still weigh a major issue that the US 5th Circuit Court of Appeals left unresolved in its ruling last month: whether Texas lawmakers intentionally discriminated against minorities in passing the ID law. Dunn said the deal makes it easier for people who do not have the means to acquire one of the four identification methods SB 14 allows. A trial judge had found that more than 600,000 Texans, including a disproportionate number of blacks and Hispanics, lacked one of the forms ...

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  • Trump's Endorsement Blindsides Ryan Haters

    With Trump dominating the headlines with everything from the Khans, to calling out a mother and her baby at a campaign rally, to initially failing to endorse Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan and much more, Hillary Clinton could run her campaign from a Club Med resort.

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  • Trump stumbling through difficult week, Clinton leads in polls

    Trump stumbling through difficult week, Clinton leads in polls

    The attacks flowed from the Republican nominee as he once again tore into Clinton as unstable, unbalanced and totally unhinged. On July 17, the day before the Republican National Convention began, Clinton led Republican Donald Trump by about 3 points in the Real Clear Politics General Election Polling Average - 43.8% to 40.6%.

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  • US, India team up against Pakistan

    I have no complaints as I had not gone there to have a lunch". Earlier, in his formal speech at the Saarc ministers' meeting, Mr Singh had thanked the Pakistani hosts for their warm hospitality. He described Pakistan as the "biggest violator of human rights" - a response to his Pakistani counterpart's allegations of rights violations in Kashmir.

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