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  • Ecuador: arranca el juicio por el doble crimen de las turistas mendocinas

    Ecuador: arranca el juicio por el doble crimen de las turistas mendocinas

    Los familiares de las estudiantes asesinadas viajaron hasta Ecuador y durante la diligencia se interrogarán a unas 50 personas. En su momento, ambas familias sostenían que hubo numerosas e importantes irregularidades en los procesos de investigación, y opusieron fervientemente sus hipótesis a las de la Justicia ecuatoriana.

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  • American shooter Virginia Thrasher wins first Olympic gold medal

    NBC will broadcast the opening ceremony on a one-hour tape delay because it wants the entertainment spectacle to be shown completely in US prime time. "They rule. In London, more American women won gold than American men ". Joining Felix as four-time Olympic champions are sisters Serena and Venus Williams, who will look to match the Olympic record for overall medals in tennis .

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  • Apple Emergency Update Fixes iOS Bug

    Apple Emergency Update Fixes iOS Bug

    Therefore, we can make a small conclusion here, that iPhone 6s doesn't encounter any performance issue as such. They have acknowledged Team Pangu for discovering a vulnerability involving memory corruption, which most likely means that this issue has been fixed in the security patch and that iOS 9.3.4 will lock people out of the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.

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  • Rockstar Games Will Announce New Projects Soon

    Rockstar Games Will Announce New Projects Soon

    However, aside from news on "Red Dead Redemption 2", another possibility is a major announcement on another franchise, "Mafia", owned by 2K Games, another Take Two Interactive studio. However, this is the entirety of the rumor, so the setting and characters featured in the game are still unknown. Publisher Take-Two Interactive just released its financial report for the fiscal first quarter of 2017.

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  • Turquía emite orden de arresto contra predicador Gülen tras intento de golpe

    Es un asunto que queda en manos del Parlamento. Fortalecido, Erdogan condenó el intento de golpe de Estado orquestado por un sector de los militares y volvió a abogar por la reintroducción de la pena de muerte. El evento contó con la presencia de los dirigentes más altos del país y dos de los tres partidos de la oposición. "Han querido organizar un golpe contra nosotros y nuestro sistema parlamentario, pero no lo han conseguido", declaró.

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  • Boxeador de Namibia segundo deportista olímpico detenido por estupro

    Boxeador de Namibia segundo deportista olímpico detenido por estupro

    La camarera acusó a Junius, de 22 años, de haber intentado besarla a la fuerza para luego ofrecerle dinero a cambio de tener relaciones sexuales. La empleada logró zafarse del boxeador y pidió ayuda, según informó la policía. Los Juegos apenas cumplen hoy su tercer día y Junius es el segundo deportista olímpicodetenido por un delito que el código penal brasileño tipifica como estupro.

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  • MP comisionó a fiscal para investigar muerte de exciclista y su hijo

    MP comisionó a fiscal para investigar muerte de exciclista y su hijo

    Camacho y el muchacho fueron trasladados a un centro asistencial de la localidad pero ingresaron sin signos vitales. Los la drones huyeron del sitio en un vehículo Ford Fiesta de color gris. Se retiró en el año 2012 y se dedicó a la ferretería. Rodolfo Camacho , falleció producto de la ola delictiva que agobia a todos los venezolanos, en cualquier lugar, en cualquier momento, y esta vez las balas asesinadas acabaron con sus sueños y el de su familia en una acción donde también murió su ...

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  • I'm Afraid the Election's Going to be Rigged

    I'm Afraid the Election's Going to be Rigged

    Republican leaders have urged Trump to drop his attacks on Khizr and Ghazala Khan, who appeared at last week's Democratic convention and harshly criticized the GOP nominee. "They need to get a security briefing so that if they were to win, they are not starting from scratch in terms of being prepared for this office", Obama said, referring to both Trump and Hillary Clinton.

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  • Clinton doubles lead over Trump post conventions

    Other notable Republicans who have withdrawn their support for Trump include Barbara Bush, Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Richard Armitage, Hank Paulson and Sally Bradshaw. After that, the next big opportunity for a shift in the race probably will not come until late September, when the first of the three scheduled presidential debates takes place.

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  • New storm forms off Mexico; toll in earlier storm hits 11

    New storm forms off Mexico; toll in earlier storm hits 11

    The storm was moving west-northwest at about 10 miles per hour. Luis Felipe Puente, head of national emergency services, told Reuters the number of dead in Puebla could reach 18, though he said the estimate remained preliminary. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Javier formed off Mexico's Pacific Coast on Sunday and headed northward. Heavy rain in the area led officials to close a section of the main federal highway connecting Mexico City to the region, AP reported.

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  • Pokemon Go battery saving feature returning to iPhone, bugs removed

    However, the feature broke soon after the game was launched, so Niantic chose to disable the feature as part of its July 31 update. Niantic Labs, the creator of Pokemon Go, drew criticism when they began shutting down third party services like PokeVision , but now the developer is has issued a statement explaining their decision.

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  • Rio Olympics open with bang at Maracana Stadium

    Rio Olympics open with bang at Maracana Stadium

    The teams play each other in their Olympic tournament opener Saturday. A bomb scare near the volleyball arena marred Friday's fantastic, star-studded opening ceremonies for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. For players on both teams, being at the Summer Olympics in Rio offers a respite from what's happening at home - and a chance to show the world a united front.

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  • Iran Executes Nuclear Scientist For Giving Top Secret Information To US

    At first he was greeted as a hero, telling reporters as he stepped off the plane at Tehran airport that he had resisted pressure from his U.S. captors to pretend he was a defector. Mohseni-Ejehei said that the High Court paid extra care to review the case with espionage as the number one allegation for Amiri. Hillary Clinton recklessly discussed, in emails hosted on her private server, an Iranian nuclear scientist who was executed by Iran for treason, US Sen.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Who has the best plan pricing?

    Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Who has the best plan pricing?

    The Note range has previously targeted power users and professionals - but Samsung is trying to attract users who want a bigger screen for video and gaming. Here's what you have to do to get a free Samsung smartphone: first, you'll have to buy one of the aforementioned Samsung devices via your Equipment Installment Plan or EIP.

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  • Quetta Civil hospital explosion: At least 35 killed, over 30 others injured

    The attack took place after almost 100 lawyers had come to the hospital in the city of after one of the city's most prominent attorney's, provincial Bar Association President Bilal Kasi, was gunned down on his way to his office. "Uprooting terrorism would be an impossible act unless global community joins in a serious effort to block the paths by which terrorists receive resources and finance from its supporters", Shamkhani concluded.

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  • Hiroshima Atomic Bombing: Aug. 6, 1945

    The bombings, along with successful Soviet operation against the Kwantung Army, accelerated surrender of Japan , which put an end to the World War II. About 120,000 people were killed outright by just one atomic bomb (called "Little Man") and almost a quarter million over time from injuries and radiation effects.

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  • Thailand votes in favor of new constitution

    Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha, who led the 2014 coup as head of the army, cheered the result while lashing out at "inappropriate intervention by foreign elements" in the country's internal politics. "As a result many voters did not show up while others felt compelled to vote "yes". However, yesterday's turnout was reportedly closer to 55%. Thitinan Pongsudhirak teaches global political economy and directs the Institute of Security and worldwide Studies at Chulalongkorn University in ...

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  • More than a million Turks rally against coup attempt in Istanbul

    Emre Ersen, an expert on Russian-Turkish relations at Marmara University's Department of Political Science and International Relations, said: "Putin was one of the first leaders to call Erdogan and he declared unconditional support for the Turkish government, the democratically elected government of Turkey, against the coup [attempt]".

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  • Twin blasts near Mogadishu airport

    Police said the first attacker detonated a auto bomb and the second tried to storm the base on foot, but was shot and exploded at the gate. "Al-Shabaab have once again carried out a ruthless attack that has claimed the lives of at least a dozen Somalis", Keating said in a statement issued in Mogadishu .

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  • After week of spats, Trump eyes Clinton

    U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, Clinton's vice presidential running mate, defended her email answers on NBC's " Meet the Press ". Our polls-plus model - which accounts for the "fundamentals", as well as the tendency for a candidate's numbers to temporarily rise after his or her convention - gives her a 76 percent chance.

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  • Verificación de las zonas de las FARC

    Verificación de las zonas de las FARC

    Con la actividad, que comenzará a las 10.00 de la mañana, arranca el cronograma de visitas mediante el cual establecerán si en dichos lugares se puede garantizar la seguridad de los desmovilizados, si hay un fácil acceso de la institucionalidad y si cuentan con agua y luz, entre otros aspectos.

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  • Colombia renuncia a participar en la contrarreloj ciclística de Río

    Colombia renuncia a participar en la contrarreloj ciclística de Río

    Los pedalistas inscritos inicialmente para la competición, Rigoberto Urán y Sergio Luis Henao , concentrarán todos los esfuerzos en la disputa del título de la carrera de ruta. este sábado y terminará sobre la 1:50 p.m. hora colombiana. El corredor Fernando Gaviria , quien participará en la prueba de ómnium, es una de las esperanzas colombianas de podio .

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  • All Delta flights grounded in USA after system outage

    The power outage finally ended more than six hours laters at about "8:30 AM ET, with "limited" resumption of flights, but customers were warned that major delays and cancellations would continue", the site mentioned. Travellers are advised to check their flight status before going to the airport. Delta's problems come less than three weeks after Southwest Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights following a system outage .

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  • Family of Muslim teen arrested over clock files lawsuit

    Family of Muslim teen arrested over clock files lawsuit

    They had no information at all that a single person claimed that Ahmed had made any threats, caused any serious alarm or intended anyone to believe that the clock was anything but a clock. The school district issued a statement asserting that it did not violate the student's rights. A few months after the incident, Ahmed and his family moved to Qatar after the teen has accepted an offer from the Qatar Foundation to study at its Young Innovators Program.

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