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  • Iowa GOP stumps for Trump; Wisconsin GOP not so much

    Iowa GOP stumps for Trump; Wisconsin GOP not so much

    He called Trump's remarks "beyond the pale" in a radio interview with WTAQ but did not withdraw his endorsement of the GOP nominee. Here is a look at some of the high-profile celebrities endorsing Republican candidate Donald Trump for president of the United States.

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  • Major Encounter On Outskirts Of Hyderabad

    Major Encounter On Outskirts Of Hyderabad

    On Monday morning, a gunman associated with Nayeemuddin opened fire on the police and in the resulting encounter, Nayeemuddin was gunned down, Telangana DGP Anurag Sharma said. It is not yet clear why the police were chasing Nayeem at this time. He is a former member of People's War Group but surrendered years ago. Nayeem is the main accused in several sensational murder cases like Maoist Sambasivudu, Patolla Goverdhan Reddy, civil rights activist Purushotham, Azeem, among others.

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  • Hundreds join key battle for Syria's Aleppo

    Activists said the rebels were now attacking further into government held territory but there was still no safe passage for residents to escape from eastern districts, amid fears of food and fuel shortages. On the other hand, opposition fighters seemed to be more optimistic in their certainty to win this battle as the official source in the Syrian free army announced that the rebels have crossed 90% of their plan to liberalize eastern areas in Aleppo and more than halfway through crossing ...

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  • New Fathers 4 Justice activists are sat on Jeremy Corbyn's roof

    New Fathers 4 Justice activists are sat on Jeremy Corbyn's roof

    During the debate, Mr Corbyn vowed to fight to keep Port Talbot open, but steel union leaders fear he will never be in a position to deliver on the promise. Mr Corbyn blamed the challenge to his leadership for Labour's poor performance in opinion polls which show the party languishing behind the Tories, but insisted the slump was temporary.

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  • Helicopter With 5 People on Board Missing in Nepal

    Helicopter With 5 People on Board Missing in Nepal

    Among them was a new mother seeking medical treatment in the capital. Authorities in Nuwakot confirmed the crash, after talking to some villagers who claimed to have seen the smoke rising up from a dense jungle where the chopper had gone missing.

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  • Bombing at a hospital in Pakistani city of Quetta kills 30

    In 2010 a bomb killed 13 people outside the casualty department of a hospital in Karachi, where victims of an earlier attack were being treated as anxious relatives gathered. Balochistan, which borders Iran and Afghanistan, has oil and gas resources but is afflicted by Islamist militancy, sectarian violence between Sunni and Shiite Muslims and a separatist insurgency .

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  • Syrian rebels push to break siege in Aleppo

    Its capture would both cut off government forces and open a new route into the city for rebels. The spokesman added that the Aleppo Conquest fighters have eventually withdrawn from the base after destroying several vehicles and heavy weapons for the regime's forces.

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  • Phelps and United States of America win 4x100m relay gold

    Phelps and United States of America win 4x100m relay gold

    The win more than made up for a debacle at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia, where the USA failed to even qualify for the final of the 4x100m free relay. The Australians, with plenty of big names of their own, settled for the bronze. Thoroughly motivated, Phelps put up times that were faster than the ones winning at worlds.

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  • Olympics-Cycling-Dutch rider Van Der Breggen wins women's road race

    Olympics-Cycling-Dutch rider Van Der Breggen wins women's road race

    It was the second day running that the Rio course produced a spectacular spectacle and the second day a crash affected the outcome of the race. "I am past commenting - I am angry about it", he said. The Dutch team's chief medical officer Cees Rein van den Hoogenband said: "Annemiek went through a total CT scan and is stable now. If you see her like that, it changes everything".

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  • Smriti Irani Adopts Common Folk Lifestyle, Proves This Pic

    Smriti Irani Adopts Common Folk Lifestyle, Proves This Pic

    According to this post by Nimish Dubey, a Facebook user, Smriti Irani is a regular at Starbucks in Connaught Place, Delhi but arrives and leaves without any VIP security flogging at her sides. No fuss, no entourage, no security. There are not too many ministers like that. Smriti Irani seems to be at the receiving end of a lot of social media love at the moment.

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  • GST will reduce tax evasion, improve business environment: Arun Jaitley

    GST will reduce tax evasion, improve business environment: Arun Jaitley

    The Bill had already been passed by the Lower House in 2015, and it has returned here, after being passed by the Upper House, so that the amendments could be ratified. He said there will be a check on leaks in the supply chain. The Bill amended the Constitution to enable the GST reform, and it was passed by the Lok Sabha last week, with all parties, except the AIADMK, voting in favour of the Bill.

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  • Philippine President Says He Doesn't Care About Human Rights

    He promised to assume full responsibility if anyone was mistakenly included. Last week, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with President Duterte and vowed to commit $32 million to support law enforcement training and efforts in the Philippines, making no mention of the unlawful killings now taking place at the President's behest.

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  • Thailand Votes in First Referendum Since 2014 Coup

    The answer is not too complicated. In the past decade, there's been a seemingly endless cycle of political instability, street protests, political violence that people grew exhausted of, but maybe there's another reason. So we will expect to see some adjustments from the political parties. He has lived overseas since 2008 to avoid prison for a corruption conviction that he says was politically motivated.

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  • Choque frontal entre bus y combi deja tres fallecidos

    Los fallecidos fueron identificados como Raúl Quea Huallpa (38), Valerio Quispe Mamani (47) conductor de la combi y una mujer no identificada de unos 60 años de edad, quien también era parte de los ocupantes de la combi particular. Posteriormente, al lugar llegó personal policial de Arapa, para socorrer a los heridos. Los mismos que fueron internados en la morgue de la provincia de San Román.

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  • Two female officers attacked by man with machete

    According to RTBF state broadcasting, one officer suffered severe injuries to her face while her colleague was slightly injured. The attacker's name has not been released. "The terrorist track is the possibility which is under analysis at this point", Mr. Michel said, adding that at this early stage it was important to be "extremely prudent" in drawing any conclusions.

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  • Man accused of slugging Dylann Roof in jail released on bond

    Man accused of slugging Dylann Roof in jail released on bond

    The video shows Stafford escaping from his cell 23 minutes after Roof went downstairs to the shower. There was no direct evidence that the attack was racially motivated, but the writing was clearly on the wall. Roof faces numerous federal and state charges-including hate crimes, in the murders of nine people, including the church's pastor, on June 17, 2015 during a Bible study at Mother Emanuel.

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  • J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti meets Rajnath Singh in wake of Kashmir unrest

    J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti meets Rajnath Singh in wake of Kashmir unrest

    The protests, which began after Hizbul Mujahideen chief Burhan Wani was killed on 8 July, continue unabated and led to the deaths of 55 people. She also evoked Vajpayee's tenure and said that the Modi government, which has a got a huge mandate, should take forward talks process initiated by former Prime Minister Vajpayee.

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  • Philippines` Duterte Links 150 Judges, Politicians to Drugs

    On Sunday, Duterte named over 150 government officials who he says are complicit in the country's drug trade. In a televised national address early on Sunday morning, Duterte declared that the officials he accused would have their day in court, but quickly added while reading the list that "my mouth has no due process".

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  • Cuba y EU entran en nueva crisis migratoria — MÉXICO

    La oleada de migrantes cubanos, que ya puso en aprietos este año a Centroamérica con el represamiento de miles de personas en Costa Rica, movimiento que concluyó con su traslado vía aérea y terrestre a México tras un acuerdo diplomático, obedece en parte, según analistas, al restablecimiento, en julio de 2015, de las relaciones entre la isla y EE.UU.

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  • Two BSF jawans, militant killed in Kupwara encounter

    Two BSF jawans, militant killed in Kupwara encounter

    Confirming the incident Army's Northern Command in a tweet said that "a militant was killed during a gunfight, however, three BSF personnel also lost their lives". The encounter is still under way. Schools, colleges, business establishments, petrol pumps and private offices remained closed while public transport remained off the roads.

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  • State police conducting death investigation in Princeton

    State police conducting death investigation in Princeton

    The woman, 27, was wearing shorts and a t-shirt. The couple tells necn helicopters with spotlights were up overnight. Neighbors said they received an automated call from Princeton Police around 8 p.m. The road was blocked off as law enforcement officials conduct their investigation, Fox 25 reports, and a medical examiner has been called to the scene.

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  • Young Man Killed While Playing Pokemon Go At Tourist Attraction

    Officers located him suffering from a bullet wound to his torso. Though the responding officers attempted to render aid, the shooting victim died at the scene, according to the SFPD. It was just senseless, just came up and shot in the back and ran away for nothing", Family friend John Kirby said. "Well it's definitely a tragedy". At San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, Riley was studying kinesiology and playing on the college's baseball team, according to the school website.

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  • Heavy rains, landslides leave 6 dead in Mexico

    According to NASA's official website , it was on August 4 1:00 a.m. EDT when Earl's highest sustained winds rose to about 80 mph (130 kph), making it a hurricane, as per an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft. The Puebla government said one town received a month's worth of rain in just 24 hours, and in one area, a hill swept down on an adjacent village, killing almost a dozen residents.

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  • Rod to retire Friday

    Despite the issues Cashman may have had with Rodriguez during parts of his tenure, the Yankees executive didn't hesitate to answer a question about how fans in the Bronx should remember A-Rod's career. I think it's a new opportunity". "I think I can help out in the clubhouse", he added, "but if not, I have two attractive daughters waiting for me in Miami".

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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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