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  • Weekend protests across Ethiopia leave more than 12 dead

    Weekend protests across Ethiopia leave more than 12 dead

    At least 67 people were killed and hundreds more injured when Ethiopian security forces fired live bullets at peaceful protesters across Oromia region over the weekend, according to credible sources who spoke to Amnesty International. Any sign of unrest is closely watched in Ethiopia, a major Western ally against Islamist militants in neighbouring Somalia and an economic power seen as a centre of relative stability in a fragile region.

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  • MSF Says a Hospital It Supports in Syria Bombed, 13 Killed

    MSF Says a Hospital It Supports in Syria Bombed, 13 Killed

    The global medical charity said that two of four air strikes directly hit the hospital in Millis, in the northern province of Idlib, and put it out of service. Hospitals, mostly in rebel-held areas, are regularly attacked. Each time a hospital is destroyed, whether it is targeted or in an indiscriminate attack on civilian areas, it deprives Syrians of another lifeline of healthcare.

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  • 'Massive Amounts' of ISIS Intelligence Recovered in Syria

    The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 56 civilians, including 11 children, died as they fled from a village near Manbij , a strategic waypoint between Turkey and the militant stronghold of Raqa. Garver said it would take some time to complete the investigation. Carter broadly outlined the US -led coalition's strategy for recapturing Mosul.

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  • AT&T to pay $7.75 mln for allowing sham directory-assistance calls

    AT&T to pay $7.75 mln for allowing sham directory-assistance calls

    The DEA discovered the cramming scam while investigating two Cleveland-area companies, Discount Directory, Inc. In addition to issuing refunds and paying a fine, the FCC's Enforcement Bureau is requiring AT&T to stop billing for "nearly all" third-party services and products on its wireline bills.

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  • Víctima del Palacio de Justicia fue asesinada antes de morir calcinada

    En otro de los detalles se confirmó la presencia de unos fragmentos de una falda escocesa, la cual llevaba puesta el día de la toma, y que sirvió para que su hermano René Guarín identificara sus restos. Miembros del M-19 tomaron el Palacio con la intención de someter al entonces presidente Belisario Betancur (1982-1986) a una suerte de juicio público por faltar a los compromisos asumidos en las negociaciones de paz realizadas con ese grupo armado en los Acuerdos de Corinto (Cauca, suroeste) ...

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  • #IndigenousDads is a powerful rejection of racist stereotypes

    #IndigenousDads is a powerful rejection of racist stereotypes

    Other posts under the hashtag show indigenous fathers sharing tender moments with their children. In fact, " The Australian " has once again targeted the marginalized group by posting a cartoon depicting a disheveled and potentially inebriated Aboriginal man who does not recognize his own son, who has been apprehended by the police.

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  • 38 dead after hurricane-triggered landslides in Mexico

    38 dead after hurricane-triggered landslides in Mexico

    Hardest-hit was the central state of Puebla, where 29 people died, including at least 15 minors, as landslides buried several homes in the state's northern mountains, the local government said. "It is a tragedy what has happened to our people in Huauchinango", said the town's Mayor Gabriel Alvarado. A tropical storm warning is in effect in Mexico from Manzanillo to Cabo Corrientes.

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  • Nelson Mandela's party beaten badly in South Africa elections

    Nelson Mandela's party beaten badly in South Africa elections

    Some observers say this effectively has been a referendum on President Jacob Zuma who has presided over a stalled economy, and broken promises of a better life for South Africans. The third-placed Economic Freedom Fighters will not entertain a coalition anywhere with the ANC and insist that any arrangement with the DA would depend on the interests of poor people being foremost, especially "the African child".

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  • Crown expert maintains alleged murderer Richard Henry Bain acted out of anger

    Bain is claiming he's not criminally responsible by way of mental disorder. Watts conceded it was hard to gauge the level of rage in Bain on September 4, 2012, but believes underlying frustration and anger had existed in the accused for some time when he allegedly opened fire outside the Metropolis nightclub as the Parti Quebecois victory rally took place inside.

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  • Robert Streb shoots 63 and joins Jimmy Walker in lead at PGA

    Of the players who completed their third round on Saturday, Kevin Kisner held the clubhouse lead at 5-under 205 after a round of 65 that included seven birdies and two bogeys. And Open champion Stenson was just a shot further back in his bid to win two major titles in the space of three weeks after carding a second consecutive 67.

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  • Teen shooter Ginny Thrasher wins USA's first gold medal of Rio Olympics

    Teen shooter Ginny Thrasher wins USA's first gold medal of Rio Olympics

    She is an NCAA champion at West Virginia competing in her first Olympics. US gymnast Simone Biles practices her balance beam routine during a training session at the Rio Olympic Arena on August 4. She credits her Stanford University coach for pushing her to try for the 2016 Olympic team; she was ready to move on after she missed qualifying for the 2012 games.

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  • Truck with hazardous material crashes on I-90 near Cle Elum

    Truck with hazardous material crashes on I-90 near Cle Elum

    Westbound traffic is stopped in Ellensburg and eastbound is closed at Cle Elum. The Washington State Patrol said one person was killed in the crash. Both the eastbound and westbound Indian John Rest Areas and adjacent residences are being evacuated at this time. The closure is expected to last until around 5 p.m.

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  • Hall of Fame Game Cancelled

    Most noticeable were bare spots around midfield. It's a reminder that National Football League players must fear injuries not just from contact with each other but also from faulty field conditions that should be entirely preventable in 2016.

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  • Samsung Debuts New Phablet, Takes Shots At Apple iPhone

    The Dual-Pixel technology with optical image stabilisation gives Galaxy Note 7 to quickly focus on the image and even to click some stunning sharp pictures in the low light. An internal T-Mobile memo shows that a Samsung Galaxy sale may launch on August 3. This scanner will scan eyes of a user and unlock the phone if a match is found.

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  • UAW plans protest of Trump's Detroit speech

    Trump wants to build". "It's unfortunate that Trump's only method of dealing with his own disastrous week is to lash out with more absurd personal attacks", the Clinton campaign said in a statement. About 55 percent of registered voters feel optimistic about electing a new president, down from 69 percent who felt the same way in June 2015. Kingston explained, "We hear this every year about this time , 'Oh, Georgia's turning, it's going to be a purple state and then it's going to become a ...

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  • NBC says negative stories raise Rio awareness, help ad sales

    Friday's opening ceremony was streamed online simultaneously for the first time, which may have hurt TV ratings. So what did viewership look like on the second day of the games? And MSNBC and Bravo's Saturday primetime viewership (not included in NBC's tally) was 1.5 million and 705,000, respectively.

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  • Erdogan says if people want death penalty parties will abide

    If the Turkish public want the death penalty following last month's failed coup then political parties will follow their will, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at a rally in Istanbul on Sunday, Agence France-Presse reported. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said in an interview with Russia's TASS news agency published on Monday he wanted to reset relations with Russian Federation from a clean slate and restart cooperation in a range of sectors.

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  • ANC suffers poll defeat in capital Pretoria

    ANC suffers poll defeat in capital Pretoria

    The Independent Electoral Commission confirmed that the Opposition Democratic Alliance had won 43 per cent to the ANC's 41 per cent. This is the worst-ever election showing for South Africa's ruling party, The African National Congress (ANC), led by Jacob Zuma .

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  • What stranded Delta fliers are getting

    At least four flights arriving at Pearson airport on Delta were reportedly delayed Monday morning, according to Pearson's online flight schedule. Delta advised customers to check the status of their flights while it tried to fix the problem.

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  • Son Goku To Become Next Omni-King? Black Goku

    Son Goku To Become Next Omni-King? Black Goku

    EDT on Fuji TV. The appearance of Omni King in the episode promo also raised speculations that an allegiance between him and Son Goku may be formed to defeat Black . Although they may have similar Kis, Black Goku's Ki is evil while Zamasu's is not. Whis also points out that Black seemed to know Goku when they fought while Zamasu did not know Goku.

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  • Thailand: Votes On Referendum For A New Constitution

    Those who do so are often invited for attitude adjustment - the military's term not mine - and I don't see the military suddenly allowing them any more political space. Thaksin was convicted of abuse of power in 2008 and remains in self-imposed exile in Dubai. Thailand has a new constitution that allows the army to fire and hire the Prime Minister of its own choice.

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  • Higuaín tuvo su primera vez en la Juventus

    Higuaín tuvo su primera vez en la Juventus

    El lateral brasileño Dani Alves, uno de los refuerzos de Juventus , también participó del encuentro desde el arranque, al igual que el mediocampista bosnio Miralem Pianic. El resultado final del duelo preparatorio terminó 3-2 a favor de Juventus . West Ham , que no tuvo por lesión al argentino Manuel Lanzini, descontó a través de Andy Carrol en dos oportunidades.

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  • Prosecutor named for Laquan McDonald murder case

    Prosecutor named for Laquan McDonald murder case

    Also helping McMahon will be Marilyn Hite Ross, an African-American woman and former Cook County prosecutor who is now the chief of the criminal bureau in Winnebago County. Autopsy results show that O'Neal, of Chicago , died of a gunshot wound to the back during a stolen vehicle investigation. Earlier this week, the department said it was investigating after it was found that the body camera of an officer involved in the shooting wasn't recording at the time.

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  • Victims: UK child abuse inquiry must go on after chief quits

    Victims: UK child abuse inquiry must go on after chief quits

    Each of its 13 initial topics, including allegations of abuse in children's homes, the Church, and in public life could have been a public inquiry in its own right. "You have consistently demonstrated your desire to leave no stone unturned in order that the voices of those victims might be heard". She said: "I personally think it should be someone who has a background in child protection".

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  • ¿A qué obedecen las constantes fallas en los autos?

    ¿A qué obedecen las constantes fallas en los autos?

    Hasta el momento, Ford ha identificado un accidente y una persona herida que podrían estar relacionadas con la falla. Incluye además furgonetas Ford Transit Connect 2014-2106 y Ford Mustang y Lincoln MKC SUVs de 2015. Del total de vehículos afectados por la revisión, 766 mil 682 se encuentran en Estados Unidos y 61 mil 371 en México . En los otros estados los remplazarán solamente si se rompen.

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  • Donald Trump just made a major change to his tax plan

    Donald Trump just made a major change to his tax plan

    Trump says he will make it easier for business to do business, and create jobs in America by calling for a temporary suspension of new financial regulations until the economy shows "significant growth", according to Bloomberg. In a statement ahead of Trump's speech, her campaign said his plan would give tax breaks to the wealthy and big companies, and would hurt working families and trigger a recession.

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  • Several dozen shot dead in weekend protests across Ethiopia

    In Addis Ababa hundreds of people holding placards gathered at Meskel Square in the center of the city before police dispersed them, a Reuters witness said. The U.S. Embassy said in a statement that it was "deeply concerned with the extensive violence" during the protests and said confirmed numbers of the dead were not available.

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  • Sanchez, Siemian listed as co-No. 1s on Denver depth chart

    Sanchez, Siemian listed as co-No. 1s on Denver depth chart

    While nearly everybody believes that the job will be given to veteran Sanchez, rookie Lynch thinks that he can push his counterparts Sanchez and Siemian though he doesn't claim that he will get the starting job from any of them. The one player who is still on the outside looking in is obviously rookie Paxton Lynch. Head coach Gary Kubiak said Saturday he was not ready to name a starter for the first preseason game against the Bears.

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