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  • In A Rare Speech, Japan's Emperor Hints At Abdicating

    It's not often that Japan's emperor delivers a special address to his country's 126 million people, as Emperor Akihito did on Monday. Japan's Emperor Akihito said Monday that the he worries his health will prevent him from fulfilling his duties as the head of state.

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  • Hijo de Jeb Bush respalda a Trump

    Bush rechazó el lunes realizar más comentarios al respecto. El hijo del ex gobernador de Florida , Jeb Bush , difundió un video por internet en donde hace un llamado a los republicanos a unirse a Donald Trump . Bush , de 40 años de edad, habló en su calidad de presidente de "Texas GOP's victory", un organismo responsable de supervisar la campaña estatal del Partido Republicano en Texas.

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  • Before defeating Djokovic, del Potro was stuck in Rio elevator

    The 29-year-old won the bronze medal in singles in 2008, while del Potro beat him for the bronze in 2012. Djokovic finally won the French Open in June, becoming the first man in 47 years to hold all four grand slam titles at once. The tall Argentine did not have to face a single break point to the 12-time Grand Slam victor. Argentina's Del Potro cried because he did his best and won.While Novak's tears were as bitter as never before.

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  • Trump Reportedly Set to Endorse Ryan at Green Bay Rally Tonight

    Although Trump essentially clinched the nomination in early May when rivals John Kasich and Ted Cruz dropped out of the running for the GOP's presidential nomination, Ryan waited until June to offer his endorsement of Trump. "I love babies", he said. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., said, "Yes, it is possible" that Democrat Hillary Clinton could beat Trump in his state, noting that Bill Clinton won Arizona in 1996 and that Hispanics represent about a third of the Arizona population.

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  • Death toll from Pakistan bombing rises to 67

    The group has been behind several acts of terrorism in Pakistan in recent years. The claim could not be independently verified. Almost 200 lawyers were being treated at different hospitals in the city, Iqbal said, some with critical injuries.

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  • Chinese tourist loses wallet, ends up in German refugee home

    Chinese tourist loses wallet, ends up in German refugee home

    This set "machinery in motion that he couldn't get out of", Christoph Schluetermannan, an official with the German Red Cross, told reporters. "He spent 12 days trapped in our bureaucratic jungle because we couldn't communicate", he said. More than a million refugees have arrived in Germany in the past year, fleeing war and poverty in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere. "He simply did what he was told", Schlütermann remarked about the case of mistaken identity.

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  • White House condemns terrorist attack in Pakistan

    A faction of the Pakistani Taliban has said it was behind the bombing. He also expressed his solidarity with the people and government of Pakistan. Ali Zafar, the head of the country's main lawyers' association, condemned the blast as "an attack on justice". Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who flew to Quetta from the capital, Islamabad, just after the attack, said: "All state security institutions must respond with full might to decimate these terrorists".

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  • Hillary Clinton Sees Best-fundraising Month Yet as General Election Heats Up

    A three-term United States representative from NY on Tuesday became the first Republican member of Congress to declare publicly that he will vote for Hillary Clinton for president. For Whitman, Republicans had to begin putting "country first before party". Mike Noble, managing partner of OH Predictive Insights and chief pollster, said Trump has failed to catch-up to Trump after the Republican National Convention.

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  • Ciudades destruidas: Video inédito de Hiroshima y Nagasaki

    Ciudades destruidas: Video inédito de Hiroshima y Nagasaki

    Aproximadamente 50 mil personas asistieron a la ceremonia en el Parque Conmemorativo de la Paz, situado cerca de la zona cero. "Un mundo libre de armas nucleares manifestaría el noble idealismo de la Constitución japonesa ", añadió. Em nombre del Gobierno que presiden el Comandante Daniel Ortega y la Compañera Rosario Murillo, el Embajador de Nicaragua en Japon , compañero Saul Arana, rindió homenaje y respeto a las víctimas inocentes de Hiroshima y Nagasaki , quienes sufrieron el ...

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  • Arrest made in fatal shooting of man outside Raleigh home

    Arrest made in fatal shooting of man outside Raleigh home

    Officers with the Raleigh Police Department arrested Chad Cameron Copley, 39, following a shooting at his Raleigh home. Thomas was transported to WakeMed, where he died as a result of his injuries. The victim's friends and family are saying Thomas was shot for no reason. Copley is being held at the Wake County Detention Center on murder charges.

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  • Angry Republicans draft ex-CIA officer to challenge Trump

    Angry Republicans draft ex-CIA officer to challenge Trump

    But Kasich says he can't swing behind Trump either, and that any candidate who wants to win his support has to "operate in the light", and not on the "dark side of the street". Trump's proposals include measures to dramatically reduce income tax rates and simplify taxes for all Americans. The current corporate rate is 35 per cent; Republicans have long sought to reduce it.

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  • Brain-eating amoeba found in popular Grand Teton soak spot

    Brain-eating amoeba found in popular Grand Teton soak spot

    The Ernest J. Gaines novel, which addresses racism in the 1940s South, centers on a Louisiana man who initially considers staying in his hometown or escaping to another state. "I can't wait to be home and see everyone", she wrote. Today I'm going to be blazing a trail, pretty siked, I love you all a bunch and can't wait to see all of you soon!' This was posted a day before she was meant to return home.

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  • Mercedes-Benz asks Supreme Court to lift diesel ban

    Mercedes-Benz asks Supreme Court to lift diesel ban

    The court wasn't swayed by the government's request to it to to relax the ban, and its promise to implement an action plan to deal with pollution , the Economic Times reported. The Supreme Court, in December 2015, directed that no diesel cars over 2,000cc engine capacity would be registered in the National Capital Region. The company had earlier said that it will launch petrol versions of all its models sold in India by September, the report said.

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  • Boy's death at water park prompts GoFundMe page

    The park closed following the tragedy Sunday, and remains closed Monday while authorities investigate the death. Schwab was the son of Kansas State Representative Scott Schwab , who said in a statement that the family was devastated and trying to come to terms with their loss.

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  • "Ya se observan cambios en la situación económica del país" — Piñate

    El Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela (PSUV), anunció este lunes una serie de actividades que se realizarán esta semana en todo el país, para activar la Misión Abastecimiento Soberano y Seguro. También destacó que los avances de las políticas en materia económica se evidencian con la llegada al país de productos, como azúcar y atún, entre otros.

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  • 'Pokémon Go' earns estimated $200 million in its first month

    With a historic launch and a record breaking first week, the Pokemon catching, augmented reality game Pokemon GO has reportedly surpassed $200 million in worldwide revenue in its first month of launch. Definitely seems like a win/win for parents and kids alike. The site's creator, who posts as lax20attack on Reddit , said Pokemon Go developer Niantic didn't ban PokeAdvisor specifically .

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  • Why is PM Modi Silent on Kashmir?

    Why is PM Modi Silent on Kashmir?

    Expressing concern over no recognition to the most serious situation at the national level as neither the Centre is showing any urgency to deal with it nor taking other national political parties into confidence as demanded during debate in Parliament, Azad asked the government to take effective steps to address the people's concerns about their problems.

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  • Delta cancels flights due to computer issues

    When boarding finally began for a Minneapolis flight - the first to take off - a Delta worker told people to go round up their friends who had wandered away from the gate area. "We're working as quickly as possible to resolve the issue", said Delta. Fights awaiting departure were grounded early Monday morning, according to the Delta Twitter account.

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  • Boost for Corbyn as Labour members win voting court battle

    When the NEC decided that only members who had joined before January 12th could vote, it also allowed newly registered supporters, a lesser category of member, to vote in the election at a cost of £25. He will say: "The unprecedented action taken by the Bank of England to cut interest rates to a 300-year low and expand quantitative easing shows that the British economy is on the cliff edge of another recession, with ordinary people, again, set to pay the price".

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  • Entire Russia team banned from competing at Paralympic Games in Rio

    Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko told the Associated Press that banning Russia from the Paralympics means "a large number of athletes will suffer-disabled people". In the meantime, he said the Russian Paralympic team will continue preparing for the games. He added, "Their medals over morals mentality disgusts me".

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  • Deadly ASP Trooper Accident On I-40

    Deadly ASP Trooper Accident On I-40

    Trooper Moomey was dispatched to the area where his patrol auto was struck by the vehicle being driven in the wrong direction. Trooper First Class Roy Moomey, 41, of Van Buren was sent to investigate, and his patrol auto was struck by a vehicle driving in the wrong direction, police said.

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  • Brooklyn Smith found; Father arrested

    Brooklyn Smith found; Father arrested

    She would not identify the friends, or say exactly where she is. During the incident Carmen Clay, 19, who was travelling with Spires was arrested by the McDonough Police Department for interference with custody. "She'll lie for him". According to Brooklyn's mother, Selena Smith, the couple was in the middle of a bitter custody battle. Spires is being held at Spalding County Jail pending his first appearance hearing.

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  • Venezuela entregó Órden Francisco de Miranda al canciller de Vietnam

    Venezuela entregó Órden Francisco de Miranda al canciller de Vietnam

    El acto se llevo a cabo desde la Casa Amarilla de Caracas. Por su parte, Dung resaltó las relaciones bilaterales entre Venezuela y Vietnam, acotando que ambas naciones "se han apoyado en los momentos críticos". "Es un gran honor estar aquí recibiendo esta orden, es un reconocimiento por el trabajo que he venido realizando, este es un país con potencia energética y agrícola, juntos seguiremos en el desarrollo bilateral".

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