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  • [Ticker] Second EU referendum ruled out by Jeremy Corbyn

    Councillor John Thomas is the chairman of the Leicester East CLP which held its nomination meeting on Friday. Jeremy Corbyn is more likely to be the next PM than Boris Johnson, bookies say. Other CLP votes are expected in the coming days. Gurinder Joshan, of Sikhs4Owen, said: "We are pleased that Mr Smith has recognised this is an issue and that given the significant role Sikhs play in society something needs to be done about it and the House of Lords would be good start".

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  • ECUADOR: IPC SE ELEVÓ EN JULIO EN UN 1.6% Destacado

    De sus 24 productos, ocho registraron variaciones negativas, destacando servicio de transporte aéreo con un retroceso de 23,6% y gasolina con una baja de 1,4%. Le siguió vivienda (0,45%); salud (0,42%); otros gastos (0,39%); vestuario (0,24%); transporte (0,18%); educación (0,04%) y diversión (-1,72%). Esto para presionar a que el Índice retome el rumbo hacia 4%.

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  • Syrian government forces hit hospitals in Aleppo's 'worst week': rights group

    Syrian government forces hit hospitals in Aleppo's 'worst week': rights group

    The United Nations said Thursday diplomats are working overtime to secure a humanitarian pause in the bloody fighting occurring in the Syrian city of Aleppo , and that a deal could emerge in the coming "days". The head of Russian military's Reconciliation Center at the Hemeimeem air base in Syria, Lieutenant General Sergei Chvarkov, said on August 3 that the rebels struck a residential area in eastern Aleppo with a toxic agent.

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  • Kiwis avoid major upset against US to reach Olympic semis

    Despite the burgeoning global participation, the first Olympic rugby gold medal since the men played the last of the 15-a-side tournaments in 1924 is likely to go to one of the sport's traditional powers, with New Zealand and world series victor Australia favored to reach the final.

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  • Leaked images emerge; new laptop will not feature an OLED panel?

    Leaked images emerge; new laptop will not feature an OLED panel?

    This morning it's been reported that a new MacBook Pro could be arriving by the end of this year from Apple. A source who has provided reliable information in the past has informed us that the new MacBook Pro models, expected to be launched in the fall, will feature a Touch ID power button as well as the previously-reported OLED touch-sensitive function keys.

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  • Outage leaves thousands of Delta passengers stranded

    Delta Air Lines Inc's flights gradually began taking off again today after computer systems crashed, causing planes to be grounded and leaving passengers of one of the world's largest carriers stranded at airports around the globe. The company had said its IT systems were down "everywhere" and "hopefully it won't be much longer". Delta passengers can also reschedule their travel for free through Friday.

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  • Google eliminó a Palestina del mapa y lo reemplazó por Israel

    Google eliminó a Palestina del mapa y lo reemplazó por Israel

    El texto, del que informó el medio "Middle East Monitor", añadía que "la medida también está diseñada para falsear la historia, la geografía, así como el derecho del pueblo palestino a su patria, y supone un intento fallido de alterar la memoria de palestinos y árabes, así como la del mundo".

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  • Some Bernie Sanders Supporters Finding A New Home Within The Green Party

    Some Bernie Sanders Supporters Finding A New Home Within The Green Party

    Indeed, the Green Party is at a pivotal moment. Ibtesam had never attended a Green Party event before she arrived at the party's national convention in Houston this weekend, but she said she felt right at home. "I would feel awful if Donald Trump got elected and I would feel terrible if Hillary Clinton got elected". YahNe Ndgo, a progressive activist and former Sanders supporter, accused the Vermont senator of "sheepdogging for Hillary and the Democrats in 2016".

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  • Phillies turn triple play, benefit from error to beat Padres

    The first three hits were delivered by pinch-hitter Adam Rosales, Jankowski and Myers.The Phillies closed to within 8-4 in the top of the seventh as Freddy Galvis and Cesar Hernandez doubled off left-handed reliever Clayton Richard, who was signed by the Padres earlier in the day.NOTES: The Padres signed LHP Clayton Richard as a free agent.

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  • Clinton extends lead over Trump to 8 points: Reuters/Ipsos poll

    Also, Rep. Richard Hanna of NY became the first Republican member of Congress to say he will vote for Clinton. "Donald Trump's demagoguery has undermined the fabric of our national character". Clinton's plan is for $275 billion to be spent over five years, a plan that experts across the political spectrum call her best economic idea, which will be a huge boost to the economy.

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  • What's a Whopperito? Burger King's version of Tex-Mex

    What's a Whopperito? Burger King's version of Tex-Mex

    Where do you go after you've rolled out a "Mac n' Cheetos" snack if you are Burger King? The Whopperito burger-burrito remix was originally conceived by a franchisee. The burrito-burger mashup may help the chain attract Americans who are eating at Chipotle less after E. coli and norovirus outbreaks sickened dozens across the U.S.

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  • Mexico landslides leave 11 dead as new storm forms

    The head of national emergency services previously put the death toll at 38, the vast majority of whom were found in Puebla state, while the remainder died in neighboring Veracruz. Veracruz Gov. Javier Duarte confirmed 11 have died in his state from mudslides, with one burying a rickety shack, leaving a couple and their infant son dead in the mountain town of Tamazolapa.

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  • Hero MotoCorp Q1 net up 18% at Rs 883 crore

    Hero MotoCorp Q1 net up 18% at Rs 883 crore

    Hero MotoCorp, India's biggest motorcycle maker, on Monday said that it notched up its highest-ever quarterly net profit on account of record sales. It's total income was a mixed bag for Q1FY17. It also rose by 1.40% against 17,21,240 units sold in preceding quarter. During the first quarter, the Glamour rose by 32%, followed by Super Splendor contributing around 29% growth in comparison with June 2015.

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  • US Supreme Court Blocks Trans Students Right to Choose Bathroom

    Initially the school's policy had been struck down by a Virginia appeals court, but the Supreme Court has voted 5-4 to temporarily stay that decision until they can issue a fuller ruling . We are confident that ultimately the Supreme Court will rule in favor of these common sense policies and help transgender students feel comfortable and safe so that they can excel academically in school.

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  • Ranbir Kapoor & Katrina's Jagga Jasoos gets a release date

    Ranbir Kapoor & Katrina's Jagga Jasoos gets a release date

    Meanwhile, the lead pair's real-life break-up, which is said to have taken place earlier this year, has affected the film. So, after the "Barfi" Kapoor came in, the friend decided to make a move. Jagga Jasoos might just give the industry a detective franchise on the lines of animated series, Tintin . Katrina plays his girlfriend who helps him in his mission to find the reason behind his dad's murder and trips with him to Kolkata and Morocco.

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  • 53-year-old man falls to death while parasailing in Coimbatore

    53-year-old man falls to death while parasailing in Coimbatore

    A spectator has recorded a video that shows Malleshwara taking off the grounds and within moments falling to his death, hitting the ground with a big thud. He said that the organisers had not asked for police permission. Tickets for a turn were sold at Rs. 500. The police is in search of the parasailing operator, Glider Babu, who is now missing.

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  • US, Japan call emergency United Nations meeting on North Korea

    US, Japan call emergency United Nations meeting on North Korea

    TV interview in more than a decade claiming these rocket launches were self-defense against the nuclear threat, accusing the United States of what he called nuclear blackmail. The North's increased military flexing might be a pre-emptive response to joint military exercises set to take place between the USA and South Korea later this month, as it usually amps up its weapons testing in the months leading up to the annual military exercises.

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  • Melania Trump photos raise questions about her immigration history

    Melania Trump married the real estate mogul in January 2005, which she has said is her first marriage. In March, Trump also vowed to end the H-1B visa once he becomes president, because " it's very, very bad " for American workers. "I have at all times been in full compliance with the immigration laws of this country. Period", she wrote. "Any allegation to the contrary is simply untrue".

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  • Census 2016: Nick Xenophon to withhold name over privacy concerns

    Census 2016: Nick Xenophon to withhold name over privacy concerns

    Independent senator Nick Xenophon and Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young have declared they will withhold their names from their census forms because of privacy concerns. "We've always collected names and addresses in the census". "We won't have to ask for as much information". The confusion has been compounded by the fact that the ABS appeared ill-prepared for the level of public enquiries the shift to online has generated.

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  • USA rugby sevens falls to New Zealand in quarterfinals at Rio Olympics

    Japan's hopes of winning a medal in the first Olympic women's rugby sevens tournament all but vanished Saturday as the Sakura Sevens finished the opening day of competition at Deodoro Stadium with two big defeats to their name. The queues to get into the Deodoro complex were nowhere near as long as those reported at some other venues where delays forced an apology from the International Olympic Committee and local organisers after the wait to clear security meant some spectators missed ...

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  • Hotel stays in France down due to terrorism

    Hotel stays in France down due to terrorism

    Terrorist attacks are taking their toll on France's tourism industry, with Paris bearing the brunt of a drop in visits by holidaymakers from outside Europe. Fekl noted the vast majority of those being deterred are high-spending visitors from the United States, Asia and the Gulf region, while European visitors - who account for roughly 80% of France's tourist trade - are still coming.

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  • Macedonian Mourns 21 Victims of Deadly Storm, Flooding

    Macedonian Mourns 21 Victims of Deadly Storm, Flooding

    The authorities have declared a crisis situation in Skopje and Tetovo for the next 15 days, the Macedonian Information Agency said. At least 21 die as torrential downpour overwhelms villages near Skopje . " This is a catastrophe of unprecedented magnitude ", the deputy prime minister, Nikola Todorov, told reporters. Health authorities have advised residents and tourists in the worst hit areas to use only bottled water or water from public authority cisterns for drinking and cooking.

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  • On guard: US team locking down on defense for Rio gold

    On guard: US team locking down on defense for Rio gold

    Center DeMarcus Cousins entered the competition as a player to watch. Day 3 of the Rio 2016 Olympic women's basketball tournament will tip-off on Monday noon as Team USA battles world No. "We played bad, they played great, that's it", - Nic Batum on France's blowout loss to Australia . That second unit got plenty of action in the late moments.

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  • Japan's Abe 'takes seriously' emperor's public address

    He added that there are times when he feels "various constraints", leading to him reflecting on his years as emperor and to contemplate his role in the days to come. The first was in March 2011, following the triple quake, tsunami, nuclear disaster devastation. During the August 15, 2015, anniversary of the end of World War II, Akihito started reading a statement when he was supposed to observe a moment of silence.

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  • Gold for Phelps as records tumble in Olympic pool

    Gold for Phelps as records tumble in Olympic pool

    The 31-year-old Phelps - who has now won 19 gold medals - roared with delight and hugged his team-mates after they came home ahead of defending champions France in silver, with Australia third. He said: "To have him watch the potential last races of my career is something I look forward to being able to share with him". "I guess we'll see over the next couple of days".

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  • Cincinnati authorities investigate police killing of suspect

    Cincinnati authorities investigate police killing of suspect

    The officer was not injured. The Vine Street Kroger was robbed at 7:20 a.m. Cincinnati's police chief says an officer shot a robbery suspect while under "vicious" attack on Sunday morning. Isaac said a press conference will be held within the next day. "We want to make sure that we're certain of what occurred, and we're in the process of gathering that information", Isaac said.

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