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  • Donald Trump, in rare admission, notes mistake on Iran video

    Lee Smith adds an epilogue in the Weekly Standard editorial " Paying ransom to Iran ". An Iranian general boasted at the time that the money was a form of ransom paid to release the jailed Iranian-Americans, and this week the Wall Street Journal reported a new detail about the payment: that it was made in cash flown to Tehran on the same night the prisoners were freed.

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  • Pence involved in IN matters; some wonder for how long

    Pence involved in IN matters; some wonder for how long

    But Pence must walk a fine line. He also has to stick to his own principles while not appearing to be trying to undermine the man who chose him as his No. "Folks, that's what freedom looks like and that's what freedom sounds like", he said before calling Humayun Khan an American hero. At a town hall in North Carolina, Matthew had pressed Pence on his continual "softening up" of Trump's language and policies.

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  • Clinton Accepts Democratic Nomination for US Presidency

    Clinton Accepts Democratic Nomination for US Presidency

    Hillary Clinton accepted her nomination as the Democratic Party's presidential candidate for the November 2016 U-S presidential election by making an all-embracing speech that included an appeal for once bitter rival Bernie Sanders' supporters to help her to be voted the first female American president.

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  • PS4 NEO release date update for announcement

    PS4 NEO release date update for announcement

    Sony's PlayStation 4 Neo has been the subject of much discussion. According to French gaming website Gameblog .fr (via Attack of the Fanboy ), it seems they have heard that the console could be unveiled next month in NY on the 7th of September.

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  • Delta grounds flights due to systems problems

    Delta grounds flights due to systems problems

    Delta advised customers to check the status of their flights while it tried to fix the problem. The airline cited "a computer outage ", but did not elaborate. As of 7:30 a.m. all Delta flights that were set to take off have been delayed. Travelers on some routes can also make a one-time change to the ticket free of charge.

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  • Japanese Emperor Akihito addresses abdication speculation

    Japanese Emperor Akihito addresses abdication speculation

    The current legal framework prevents abdication of a sitting emperor, so in order for an abdication to go ahead, there would need to be revisions to the Imperial Household Law. The monarch has only appeared on television to address the nation once before on March 16, 2011, following the quake and tsunami that devastated the country's northeast and triggered the world's worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl in 1986.

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  • Indian parliament backs key tax bill

    Indian parliament backs key tax bill

    The council will have on it representatives of both the centre and states - with the states dominating, Mr Jaitley has stressed to allay worries that the centre will sideline them. But the problem with the Indian tax structure is that there are multiple taxes when it comes to commerce across state borders. "These are the service sectors which will have the maximum impact from the GST, which need special attention", he added.

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  • Kaine: Clinton and I Will Be "Real Transparent"

    It didn't take former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's spin doctors long to portray Ms. Clinton , once again telling the truth. REP. TREY GOWDY, (R), SC (from July 7, 2016 congressional hearing): Secretary Clinton said there was nothing marked classified on her e-mails, either sent or received.

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  • Gingrich: No candidate's economic plan adds up

    Gingrich: No candidate's economic plan adds up

    Trump himself ended the week by grabbing hold of an off-the-cuff remark Clinton made about misspeaking - she said that she "short-circuited" - and ran with it as evidence that she is somehow mentally incapacitated. Fifty-one Republicans immediately announced their candidacy to replace Trump on the ballot. People who supported Trump and Clinton in the primaries were always heavily likely to support them in the general election, too.

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  • Muere hijo de legislador de Kansas en parque acuático

    Muere hijo de legislador de Kansas en parque acuático

    Caleb Schwab , un niño de 12 años de edad, murió este domingo en el parque acuático Schlitterbahn en la ciudad de Kansas City (EE.UU.), al salir despedido de la 'lancha' que forma parte de la atracción del tobogán de agua más alto del mundo .

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  • 12-year-old killed on world's tallest water slide

    12-year-old killed on world's tallest water slide

    The park will be closed Monday. The Verruckt is promoted as the world's tallest water slide . Around 3 this afternoon, officers were called to the Schlitterbahn water park . The boy's family was with him at the time and were still at the park, Prosapio said late this afternoon. Police are working with the park on the investigation.

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  • Indian business leaders hail landmark tax reform

    Indian business leaders hail landmark tax reform

    The Goods and Services Tax or GST Bill - India's biggest tax reform ever - is likely to be ratified by the Lok Sabha today, where the Prime Minister is likely to speak. BJP sources said "AIADMK would stage a walkout rather than oppose the Bill. It would help a large body of traders and business people", he said. Energy minister Piyush Goyal and finance minister Arun Jaitley cut the cake in celebration of the GST tax Bill passing.

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  • Death toll of deadliest Kabul attack in 15 years reaches 81

    Death toll of deadliest Kabul attack in 15 years reaches 81

    A man calling for "no discrimination" marches in the protest. Islamic State militants have since claimed responsibility for the attack, while the Taliban strongly denied any involvement. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, adding that its fighters detonated explosive belts "at a gathering of Shiites", according to IS-affiliated Amaq news agency .

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  • Labour Members Win Court Battle Over Vote

    Members of Britain's opposition Labour party who had been excluded from voting in its leadership contest have won a court battle to have their say on whether Jeremy Corbyn should stay in the job following a challenge from one of his lawmakers.

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  • Twins Bats Stay Hot, Down Rays 6-2

    Cedeno never got in the game after that. It had the looks of a routine fly ball, but of course, the Trop makes an adventure out of every batted ball. Their bats, meanwhile, came through with four hits with runners in scoring position, allowing them to break open a game that was a pitcher's duel entering the seventh inning.

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  • India dismisses reports of blackout of Rajnath's speech

    India dismisses reports of blackout of Rajnath's speech

    Singh said that strongest action should be initiated not only against terrorists but also against organizations, individuals and nations supporting terror. The "presidential-level" security enabled him to fly over the protestors on the streets; it also met the Indian government's security concerns which had said it was the host country's responsibility.

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  • Presidente turco decreta estado de emergencia por tres meses

    El presidente de Turquía, Recep Tayyip Erdogan , declaró hoy un estado de excepción de tres meses luego del fallido intento golpista del 15 de julio en el país. "En opinión de Erdogan , el golpe de Estado?no ha terminado" y es muy probable que haya otros planes para relanzarlo en cualquier momento, aunque insistió en que "la democracia turca no está bajo amenaza".

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  • SIU probes police-involved shooting in Toronto

    SIU probes police-involved shooting in Toronto

    Toronto police said it had closed Dundas between Yonge and Bay for the investigation. They also said a man in his 60s was assaulted near Yonge and Dundas. Road closures in the area could last up to eight hours for the SIU investigation. The TTC said two streetcar lines, the 505 Dundas and 506 Carlton, were diverted because of the street closing.

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  • Phelan ready to lead Hull into battle against champions

    Phelan ready to lead Hull into battle against champions

    The Tigers' have endured a frustrating search for Bruce's successor, and with the clock ticking a decision needs to be made soon. Hull were eager to bring Wales manager Chris Coleman to the KCOM Stadium and believed he was interested in the vacancy, but the Football Association of Wales rejected their approach last week and there have been no developments.

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  • Presenta Javier Duarte demanda contra Yunes Linares en la SEIDO

    Presenta Javier Duarte demanda contra Yunes Linares en la SEIDO

    Yunes linares también mencionó que Veracruz enfrenta el riesgo de que aumenten las tasas de interés de la deuda pública si las empresas calificadoras bajan de nueva cuenta la calificación financiera del estado. "El dinero tiene su origen en dos fuentes: primero la corrupción brutal en el gobierno del estado de Veracruz; segundo el lavado de dinero: (Bermúdez) es el vínculo del gobierno del estado con la delincuencia organizada y él lava dinero", dijo en entrevista.

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  • Killed in Bombing in Pakistani City of Quetta

    The Pakistani police had confirmed a deadly bomb blast that took place in Pakistan's tribal area of Quetta had killed at least 30 people and had left many injured. Sharif asked the local authorities to maintain utmost vigilance and beef up security in Quetta . The group has been behind several attacks in Pakistan in recent years.

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  • US student shot dead while on Pokemon Go

    He's speaking on behalf of the parents who are too devastated to talk. "There was a large group of people playing Pokemon and then his buddy started playing, as well". National Park Service spokesman Lynn Cullivan says investigators believe there are witnesses to the attack because it happened at a bustling tourist destination in the Fisherman's Wharf area.

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  • Durant powers United States over China in bid for repeat gold

    Durant powers United States over China in bid for repeat gold

    LeBron James and Chris Paul passed on searching for more gold with Durant and Anthony, and plenty more top players who would have been on this roster also declined. Cousins had 17 points and five rebounds. The Chinese men's basketball team would rather take their Rio Olympic opener against Olympic and world champions United States of America as a learning experience than pressure.

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  • Knox wins Travelers after Furyk's history-making 58

    Knox wins Travelers after Furyk's history-making 58

    The player who did win knows all about the choice between a score and a title. Bryce Molder (Conway) shot a 2-over 72 in the final round and finished in a tie for 56th at 3 under. At 13 under par, his chances at an eventual playoff hung in the balance. On Sunday he had four birdies and two bogeys. "I just needed to hit one good shot on the hole to make a par and fortunately, it was the putt".

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  • Over 1 million rally for Erdogan

    A massive flag-waving crowd, the size of which some Turkish media said had never been seen before, gathered to mark the end of nightly demonstrations since Turkey's July 15 abortive coup that left more than 270 people dead. The leader of Germany's liberal Free Democrats (FDP) likened Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's purge of state institutions to the actions of the Nazi party in the 1930s in comments published on Sunday.

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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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  • Pence Says He Will Support McCain and Ayotte

    Pence Says He Will Support McCain and Ayotte

    Trump's refusal to endorse Ryan ― using Ryan's own phrase ― was widely viewed as payback for the House speaker's hesitation earlier this year. This week tensions increased between Trump and the Republican party after he declined to endorse Ryan and McCain.

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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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