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  • Khizr Khan: I have exact same rights as Donald Trump

    Khizr Khan: I have exact same rights as Donald Trump

    His statements also dovetail with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's efforts to reach out to Republican voters - particularly women - who may be so upset by Trump that they're willing to look past policy differences and questions about Clinton's character.

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  • Former BSP leader Swami Prasad Maurya joins BJP

    Former BSP leader Swami Prasad Maurya joins BJP

    Keeping this strategy in mind, BJP had earlier appointed Phulpur MP Keshav Prasad Maurya its state president. Mr Maurya had quit the BSP after he made a series of allegations against Ms Mayawati on selling of party tickets for pecuniary considerations.

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  • U.S. election 2016: Trump hits back at 'disastrous' Obama

    U.S. election 2016: Trump hits back at 'disastrous' Obama

    Obama placed responsibility for Trump's statements squarely on his fellow Republicans, many of whom denounced his statements on the slain soldier's family but didn't withdraw their support. Director of Public Policy Polling Tom Jensen says they have found that public American vote firmly stands with Trump despite his controversial remarks.

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  • Joker Fan Film 'Injustice For All' Tops Leto's

    The opening began with $20.5M from Thursday night pre-shows starting at 6pm which led to a full opening day gross of $65.3M. Whether that has to do with audiences' fatigue with both franchises, or whether it's just a case of the two films being forced to poach from each other as they pick up Suicide Squad's table scraps, is up for debate.

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  • Wage strike starts at South Africa power utility Eskom, supplies stable

    Wage strike starts at South Africa power utility Eskom, supplies stable

    The union on August 5 sent a letter asking its members at Eskom to suspend the labor action as discussions resumed, Paris Mashego , energy sector coordinator for NUM, said by phone Monday. He added that Eskom did not feel that negotiations had collapsed. The stoppage coincides with a wage strike by around 15 000 workers in the petrochemical industry that has led to some shortages and was entering its second week on Monday.

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  • 19 killed in Japan knife attack: firefighters

    19 killed in Japan knife attack: firefighters

    At least 29 emergency squads responded to the attack, Kyodo reported , with those wounded taken to at least six hospitals in the western Tokyo area. "I never imagined such a disgusting thing happening", said Chikara Inabayashi, who was tending his watermelon patch. "I can kill 470 disabled people".

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  • Firefighters tackle huge nightclub fire near The 02 Arena in Greenwich

    Firefighters tackle huge nightclub fire near The 02 Arena in Greenwich

    The Metropolitan police confirmed officers were on the scene assisting with the incident. They were taken to hospital by London's air ambulance. "We remain on the scene". A large part of the ground floor and part of the first floor of nightclub Studio 338 has gone up in flames. "A scrap paper processing yard containing a number of outbuildings is also affected by the fire, along with around 40 pallets of paper".

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  • 'Scary Lucy' statue in upstate NY gets replacement

    You can get a peek at the more flattering Lucille Ball statue, which was created by sculptor Carolyn Palmer , below. "Well, it's been quite a ride", Celoron Mayor Scott Schrecengost said as he kicked off the unveiling ceremony Saturday, also commemorating what would have been Ball's 105th birthday.

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  • Rouen bar fire: explosion kills 13, wounds six

    Rouen bar fire: explosion kills 13, wounds six

    The blaze started at around midnight local time at the Cuba Libre bar in the city centre, and the firemen were at the scene by 00:20 am (5:20am Thai time). Yvon Robert, the mayor of Rouen , told the Associated Press that the fire was "very brief". The attackers, both 19, were shot dead by French police as they attempted to leave the church.

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  • 24 treated after eating drug-laced candy

    24 treated after eating drug-laced candy

    Candy, allegedly distributed by Gross at EST Festival, caused about two dozen people Saturday around 2 p.m.to have adverse reactions, though short of an overdose, according to METRICH Commander Lt. A major with the Richland County Sheriff's Office told the Mansfield News Journal that concert-goers were given candy with a "very, very" high dose of THC.

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  • Labour leadership: Jeremy Corbyn's odds cut after first hustings with Owen Smith

    Despite directing stinging criticism at firms who avoid paying tax , official documents showed the party reduced their corporation tax bill to nothing by offsetting tax losses and other expenses. "We are fighting like ferrets in a sack, and it's the Tories who will benefit if we aren't united". Answering another question, Corbyn shrugged off polls showing his party 14 points behind the Conservatives.

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  • Iranian nuke scientist Shahram Amiri executed for treason

    Iranian nuke scientist Shahram Amiri executed for treason

    Iranian officials offered no details about the charges against Shahram Amiri , whose case has left unanswered questions about whether he voluntarily defected to the United States or - as he claimed - was abducted by agents while on a religious pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia in 2009.

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  • 1 of 2 skydivers killed was first-time jumper

    We have no explanation why", Bill Dause, owner of the Parachute Center, told KCRA-TV. He believes the other man was a student who was jumping for the first time. The skydivers, both men, had jumped in tandem. "The only thing it looks like is something may have gone out of sequence (and) that may have caused the problem".

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  • North Korea Launches Missile into Ocean

    Japan's defence ministry said the missile landed inside Japan's exclusive economic zone, the 200-nautical-mile offshore area where a nation has sovereign rights for exploring and exploiting resources. The latest test also comes amid mounting tensions ahead of a planned US-South Korea joint military exercise later this month. The decision to deploy the THAAD in the south of the Korean Peninsula was made at the beginning of July.

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  • Anti-Trump conservatives recruit candidate for WH bid

    Anti-Trump conservatives recruit candidate for WH bid

    BuzzFeed News and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough first reported the bid. In a statement to ABC News , McMullin, 40, said , "In a year where Americans have lost faith in the candidates of both major parties, it's time for a generation of new leadership to step up".

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  • Russian airstrikes slow rebel assault in Aleppo

    The post 'Extremely concerned' UNICEF calls for humanitarian access to Aleppo appeared first on PBS NewsHour . The observatory said at least 30 civilians had also been killed since Sunday in opposition bombardment of government-held southwestern districts of Aleppo .

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  • Man Utd to announce fourth signing after concluding deal

    Pogba was meant to have signed for Manchester United by now , according to all sorts of media outlets (this one included) but as of the time of writing there's been no concrete news, just lots of bla, bla bla, as Raiola might say. We bought a creative player, a player who we know the quality he has. United's first match in the Premier League is against Bournemouth on August 14.

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  • Phelps se cuelga su medalla de oro número 19

    Phelps se cuelga su medalla de oro número 19

    Michael Phelps , una de las grandes estrellas que desfilarán por Río estas semanas, tiene un reto marcado entre ceja y ceja que desea lograr en la cita olímpica brasileña: convertirse en el primer nadador de más de treinta años que gana un oro en una competición individual.

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  • Iran confirms hanging of Shahram Amiri

    Iran, the United States and five other world powers reached a landmark deal previous year, under which Iran agreed to limit its nuclear programme in such a way as to ensure it can not develop nuclear weapons in exchange for a lifting of economic sanctions.

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  • Belgium says machete-wielding attacker may have been inspired by terrorism

    Last night, two house seraches took place in the Charleroi area in connection with the attack . - Arabic for "God is great" - as he slashed at the officers outside Charleroi's main police station, Prime Minister Charles Michel said. It said the man did not use the machete and was not previously known to the police. A more recent string of attacks this summer has also stoked fears about security, like the one in Nice, France, on July 14 that killed 85 people and for which the Islamic ...

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  • George P. Bush urges Republicans to back Trump

    George P. Bush urges Republicans to back Trump

    Bush acknowledged. "There isn't going to be a wall built", Bush told MSNBC in July. Jeb Bush , the son and brother of two former American presidents who failed to meet the expectations in this year's presidential race, has been consistently against Republican candidate Donald Trump but his son George P Bush has chose to back the real-estate tycoon, said media reports.

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  • Japanese emperor addresses abdication speculation

    The emperor did not directly comment on his wish to abdicate or use the word, but he said that a deterioration of his fitness levels has made him "worried that it may become hard for me to carry out my duties as the symbol of the state with my whole being as I have done until now".

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  • Australia's Mack Horton wins men's 400m freestyle at Rio Games

    Australia's Mack Horton wins men's 400m freestyle at Rio Games

    And the Australian Olympic Committee said Horton was insisted: "He has spoken out in support of clean athletes". Many Chinese fans are fuming with Horton, while the Chinese team "demanding" an apology. " Sun Yang Don't Cry" was the top-trending hashtag on Weibo, China's equivalent of Twitter . "I just hope Mack's not looking on social media".

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  • 30 killed in bombing in Pakistani city of Quetta

    30 killed in bombing in Pakistani city of Quetta

    He says he believes he was about 200 meters (yards) away from the emergency department where the bomb struck. Earlier in the day, the Balochistan Bar Association (BBA) president, Bilal Anwar Kasi, was gunned down in an apparent targeted killing incident in Quetta .

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  • Bombing outside hospital in Pakistani city of Quetta kills 30

    Bombing outside hospital in Pakistani city of Quetta kills 30

    He said it was too early to determine the nature of the blast, and added that the hospital had not received any threats in the past, Dawn online added. He instructed local authorities in Baluchistan province, where Quetta is the capital, to maintain utmost vigilance and beef up security. Sharif also asked health workers to provide the best treatment possible to those wounded in the attack.

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  • Withheld As WAEC Releases 2016 May/June results

    Withheld As WAEC Releases 2016 May/June results

    At a press briefing to announce the results in Lagos, the Head of Nigeria National Office of West African Examinations Council (WAEC ), Olu Adenipekun , described the development as "cheerful news", though he was quick to add that a lot still has to be done to improve future results.

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