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  • End same-sex marriage ban call at Pride

    End same-sex marriage ban call at Pride

    Chants of "What do we want?" Equal marriage. When do we want it? Referring to the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Arene Foster's continued opposition to same-sex marriage they also sang: "Arlene, Arlene hear us clear - we want equal marriage here".

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  • Turkey coup attempt: Istanbul rally against plot

    Erdogan, speaking to German television station ARD last month after the coup attempt, said the Turkish people wanted the death penalty bringing back and those governing the country should listen to them. Washington says it needs evidence of the cleric's involvement. There they expressed support for the democratic process, rejecting a return to the country's restive past, when military coups were commonplace.

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  • Toyota launches petrol Innova Crysta to overcome diesel ban

    Toyota launches petrol Innova Crysta to overcome diesel ban

    The narrowing gap between diesel and petrol prices is also tilting purchases in favour of petrol products. The base model will be mated either to a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission whereas the V and Z trims will be paired with a five-speed manual and a six-speed automatic unit respectively.

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  • Clinton Holds Big Lead In Virginia, Trump Up In Arizona

    The Democratic nominee retains an advantage, 41% to 38%, with Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein included in the survey. "Hillary's situation in which the Federal Bureau of Investigation found her to be extremely careless in handling top security information, my goodness, I wouldn't hire a person as an assistant U.S.

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  • Pa. family featured in heart transplant stories found dead

    A handgun was discovered near one of the deceased adults. Authorities have not identified the person who fired the shots, nor have they released the contents of a suicide note. At this time, however, it's not clear who pulled the trigger. Megan Short went on to explain that she even felt survivor's guilt when other children with problems like the one Willow faced would die.

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  • Saudi vows 'urgent' action for stranded Indian workers

    Saudi vows 'urgent' action for stranded Indian workers

    Gen. Singh (Retd) is now in Saudi Arabia to discuss the problems of the Indian workers there and had visited Jeddah and capital Riyadh earlier on Wednesday. Aug 4, 2016- Saudi Arabia has promised to help thousands of Asian migrant workers stuck without pay after losing their jobs in the construction industry.

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  • PhilWeb: Ongpin resigned to 'save the company'

    PhilWeb: Ongpin resigned to 'save the company'

    Pagcor will lose out on a daily share of revenue from e-games that will include, on average, PHP6 million, equal to $126,671 United States dollars. PhilWeb President Dennis Valdes didn't immediately respond to a call and mobile-phone message seeking comments.

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  • Canada tops France in women's sevens rugby quarter-final

    Even before the final conversion attempt, the Canadians knew they had won and were heading to the Olympic semifinals, but there was a pause before they started celebrating. "These tournaments are brutal with the (short) turnaround and the travel that catches up on players. Today, we grinded for our wins, which is what good teams need to do", Walsh said.

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  • Italian sailor uses mouth-to-mouth to revive kitten

    Italian sailor uses mouth-to-mouth to revive kitten

    When a group of children at the port town of Marsala spotted the one-month-old cat floating in the sea, having apparently breathed his last, a patrolling officer dived in to save him. They say cats have nine lives, and this tiny kitten has already used up one of his. Things seem bleak, but water begins to come out of the cat's nose and she is heard making a tiny "meow" sound.

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  • Court to consider future of Alabama chief justice

    Court to consider future of Alabama chief justice

    Moore had been removed as chief justice in 2003 for refusing to obey a federal judge's order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the judicial building housing the state supreme court. Supreme Court's decision about six months earlier. One man is waving a Christian flag with a red cross on it. Moore's case is being heard Monday afternoon.

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  • Danish warplanes drop first bombs against IS in Syria

    Danish warplanes drop first bombs against IS in Syria

    Denmark's chief of global air force missions, Jan Dam, told Danish media that the bombings had been an "important contribution" to the coalition's work. Danish planes have conducted strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq since voting to join the USA -led coalition in September 2014, but Friday's announcement marks the nation's first declaration of activity in Syria.

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  • Wal-Mart buying online retailer newcomer Jet.com

    Will the purchase payoff for Walmart by increasing their struggling e-commerce segment? Meanwhile, Amazon's overall sales have rocketed above $100 billion annually. Track Jet's Landscape to stay on top of the industry. A growing customer base of urban and millennial customers with more than 400,000 new shoppers added monthly and an average of 25,000 daily processed orders.

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  • Amarinder at police station to protest false cases on Congress workers

    Amarinder at police station to protest false cases on Congress workers

    Referring to Saturday's murderous attack on a RSS leader in Jalandhar, Capt. Amarinder said, it did not portend well for Punjab and was a cause of grave concern. He said he will not spare even the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, if he found him guilty. Later Amarinder told reporters AAP state convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur "validated" his charges that his was being run by the "outsiders and local Punjabis had no say in it".

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  • Nintendo NX MUST be under £200 to be successful, claims United Kingdom retailers

    Nintendo NX MUST be under £200 to be successful, claims United Kingdom retailers

    According to MCV, while there has been no official release date for the company's newest console - simply known as NX - the company did mention that March of next year will be its launch window. The Nintendo NX needs a killer lineup in its opening year, considering the messy one the Wii U had. The new Zelda, along with new Mario and Pokémon games, will all release within the first six months of the NX's introduction, according to United Kingdom trade news outlet MCV.

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  • Rectoras del CNE estarían presas por bloquear el revocatorio — Florido

    La fuente de toda legitimidad es la opinión del pueblo, de El Soberano. "Vamos a construir la salida democrática y la salida democrática es el referéndum revocatorio". El dirigente instó a la presidenta del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE ), Tibisay Lucena, a anunciar al país no solo la fecha para que se produzca la recolección del 20% necesario para activar el proceso refrendario, sino a ponerle, de una vez por todas, día al referendo revocatorio.

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  • Olympic photographer finds his stolen gear on Rio venue trespasser

    Olympic photographer finds his stolen gear on Rio venue trespasser

    Costello then kept a watchful eye out and was able to help catch one of the thieves using his stolen gear to pose as a photographer to gain access to the Olympics. "They work in numbers and they're good at what they do unfortunately". Australian team boss Kitty Chiller says she crossed paths with the thieves at the height of last Friday's fire drama at the Olympic athletes' village.

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  • Wisconsin officials test for Zika-carrying mosquito as virus spreads, funding dwindles

    As part of that caution, the federal Centers for Disease Control awarded Wisconsin $200,000 to help fight Zika. The reason: better insect control as well as window screens and air conditioning that should help curtail any outbreaks. "So we are using that model as we move forward", Philip said. Public health has confirmed 114 Zika infections associated with travel in California.

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  • YouTube: Adolescente loco lanza ácido a la gente por

    YouTube: Adolescente loco lanza ácido a la gente por "diversión"

    El hecho quedó registrado en un video que ya empezó a circular en los portales de noticias del mundo y conmociona a la población de la ciudad donde ocurrió. Según las declaraciones de las víctimas, el adolescente los insultó y les roció la cara con limpiador industrial. Tres de ellos sufrieron quemaduras en la cara y no de los jóvenes sufrió lesiones oculares irreparables.

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  • Moda joins forces with Roland

    Moda joins forces with Roland

    Kolton will influence design and marketing, which is something unique that V-Moda brings to the table - V-Moda's headphones are still designed in Milan, a point of pride for the company over the years. V-Moda founder Val Kolton is retaining a 30 percent stake in the company while Roland - a music electronics company that needs no introduction - is acquiring a 70 percent stake in the company.

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  • Declaran emergencia en Puebla por Earl; suman 38 muertos

    Declaran emergencia en Puebla por Earl; suman 38 muertos

    La Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional activó su Plan DN-III de ayuda a la población y colaboró en las tareas de rescatar los cuerpos sepultados por miles de toneladas de lodo; en tanto, los gobiernos de Puebla y Veracruz solicitaron a la Secretaría de Gobernación declaratorias de emergencia para atender a los damnificados y deudos.

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  • French Olympic gymnast suffers horrific leg break

    French Olympic gymnast suffers horrific leg break

    Said quickly clutched at his leg in pain following the incident, which drew plenty of concern from onlookers. Television cameras cut away quickly, as the seriousness of the injury became apparent. Ait Said , who competed at the World Championships in Glasgow in 2015, was taken out of the arena on a stretcher. 'They managed to get going after my fall, which must not have been easy.

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  • Trump endorses House Speaker Paul Ryan, Sen. John McCain

    Trump endorses House Speaker Paul Ryan, Sen. John McCain

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump formally endorsed House Speaker Paul Ryan for reelection on Friday night, after refusing to do so just days ago. Trump initially declined to endorse their bids for reelection. He has refused to admit any error, however, on a higher-profile dispute with an American Muslim family whose son, U.S.

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  • Man charged in fatal accident released from jail

    Man charged in fatal accident released from jail

    Police were trying to determine if Caraway was the passenger or driver. The man police said was involved in a fatal I-64 crash that happened on August 6 has two previous DUI convictions on his record. Shanae Moorman, 25, was killed when she was thrown from the auto, which had flipped, police said. They were on the I-64 east when the auto flipped.

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  • Blast in Pakistan hospital kills at least 30

    The Pakistan Taliban faction Jamaat ur Arhar claimed responsibility. The explosion hit moments after a group of lawyers brought the body of colleague Bilal Kasi, president of the Balochistan Bar Association, after he was shot dead by unknown assailants in Quetta earlier in the morning.

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  • Crude oil futures surge to Rs. 2809 per barrel

    Crude oil futures surge to Rs. 2809 per barrel

    Drillers added rigs for a sixth week, boosting the count to 381, for the longest run of gains since August 28, according to data from Baker Hughes Inc. Brent for October settlement was 12 cents higher at $44.39 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. London-traded Brent futures are down nearly 16% since peaking at $52.80 in early June, as prospects of increased exports from Middle Eastern and North African producers, such as Iraq, Nigeria and Libya, added to concerns that a ...

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  • Jeremy Corbyn insists result of Brexit referendum must be respected

    Chakrabarti was recently tasked by Corbyn with an inquiry into anti-Semitism in the main United Kingdom opposition party and delivered her report at the end of June. "Shami Chakrabarti's inquiry into antisemitism was suspected of being a fraud from the moment she promised to conduct it in Labour's interests". Former Labour cabinet secretary and ex-EU Commissioner Lord Mandelson told the BBC: " We were greatly damaged by Jeremy Corbyn's stance, no doubt at all about that ".

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  • Police Shooting That Wounded Utah Teen Ruled Justified

    Police Shooting That Wounded Utah Teen Ruled Justified

    The officers believed the boy was about to use the pole to hit a man who they already believed he had struck. In addition, the district attorney's office filed a petition for Abdullahi Mohamed to be charged in adult court. Mohamed's wounds were life-threatening, and he initially was put into a medically-induced coma to aid in his recovery. Local activists, national organizations and reportedly Mohamed's parents have sought to have bodycam footage of the incident released.

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  • Pogba jets in for Man Utd medical

    It is expected, if all goes well with the medical, that an official announcement that Pogba is once again a United player will follow on either Tuesday or Wednesday. The record previously belonged to Gareth Bale when he transferred from Tottenham to Real Madrid for £85 million. Pogba has been on holiday in America since the conclusion of Euro 2016.

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