• Al altar con el hombre que recibió el corazón de su padre

    Al altar con el hombre que recibió el corazón de su padre

    Fue realmente muy especial para nosotros", dijo más tarde. "Querido Tom, soy la hija del hombre cuyo corazón está dentro tuyo y me voy a casar el 6 de agosto (.) ¿Me acompañarías hasta el altar?" En una entrevista con la cadena CBS Pittsburgh, Jeni contó emocionada que su boda fue perfecta gracias a la presencia de Arthur ese día y que asistió como padrino a la ceremonia.

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  • Day 1 At Rio: Leander, Sania, Jitu & Chandela In Action

    In Rio Olympic 2016 Justin Gatlin will be the strong competitor for Usain Bolt. There's a reason that a story like that is being promoted by the International Olympic Committee and the Organizing Committee of the Rio Games: It gives the impression that even the underdogs can succeed at the greatest sporting event in the world.

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  • Saudi Arabia Confirms Cooperating With Germany to Investigate Attacks

    Saudi Arabia Confirms Cooperating With Germany to Investigate Attacks

    Saudi Arabia on Monday confirmed that it was cooperating with Germany to locate Islamist militants responsible for recent attacks, Reuters reports. Al-Turki had said earlier that Saudi and German security experts had examined evidence showing that one of the attackers in Germany had been in contact through social media with a member of Islamic State using a Saudi phone number.

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  • No changes in election laws for Tuesday's primary

    No changes in election laws for Tuesday's primary

    Candidates in local races are otherwise running unopposed. House Speaker Paul Ryan faces a long-shot challenge from fellow Republican Paul Nehlen in his southeast Wisconsin congressional district. "But if you make a mistake when voting, you may ask for a new paper ballot, up to a total of three". "If you select a party preference, it ensures that your votes are counted for that party's candidates if you accidentally vote for a candidate in another party", he said.

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  • More Zika Case Than First Thought In Indiana

    More Zika Case Than First Thought In Indiana

    In both cases, the mothers contracted the virus while pregnant, after spending time in a country where Zika is spreading. "This is a sobering reminder, however, for Californians that Zika can cause serious harm to a developing fetus", she said.

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  • Labour appeal as court rules new members need leadership election voting rights

    If our party's leadership is not prepared to fully address this issue, then it is up to us, MPs and peers, to be ready to stand up and be counted. The party's National Executive Committee had decided people who had been members for less than six months up to July 12 could not vote in the contest between embattled leader Jeremy Corbyn and relatively unknown challenger Owen Smith .

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  • Cislago ricorda la tragedia di Marcinelle

    Cislago ricorda la tragedia di Marcinelle

    Il sito Bois du Cazier , oramai dismesso, fa parte dei patrimoni storici dell'Unesco. 8 agosto , l'Italia a distanza di 60 anni ricorda la tragedia di Marcinelle , nella quale morirono 262 minatori, di cui 136 italiani . Ogni iniziativa pubblica, inoltre, che vedra' la presenza dello stesso Presidente e degli assessori regionali sara' preceduta da un minuto di silenzio.

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  • Japan emperor to step down?

    Akihito has been the emperor of Japan since the 1989 death of his father, Hirohito, according to the BBC . Japanese Emperor Akihito issued a rare video message to the public on Monday to express his thoughts amid speculation he is considering abdicating in the coming years.

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  • Toddler victim in Berks slayings had survived heart transplant

    Short, 33, and the couple's three children, 8-year-old Lianna , 5-year-old Mark Jr . and 2-year-old Willow , along with the family's dog, were all found dead . Megan had written online about suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after Willow's health struggles. Their deaths are not the first time the Short family has been in the news.

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  • Skydiver's mom: Fatal tandem jump was recorded, FAA has tape

    On Saturday, Salazar drove Turner and his best friend to the Parachute Center in Lodi, east of San Francisco , where she says they joined two other friends and sped through a safety video. However, Federal Aviation Administration investigators took the tape and all the equipment used in the jump to determine what happened. An exact cause will be determined by the FAA.

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  • Ryan: Never asked for Trump's endorsement

    Ryan: Never asked for Trump's endorsement

    Congressman Seth Moulton, an Iraq War veteran, joined a Democratic offensive against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday, saying his comments about the Muslim American parents of an Army officer killed in Iraq were "disgraceful rhetoric" that shows Trump is "dangerously unqualified to serve as president".

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  • Two Benghazi Parents Sue Hillary Clinton for Wrongful Death

    Two Benghazi Parents Sue Hillary Clinton for Wrongful Death

    Smith was an information management officer and Woods was a security officer, both stationed in Benghazi. While Clinton and other Obama administration officials were publicly claiming it was a response to an obscure YouTube video, internal communications show they knew immediately that it was a terrorist attack.

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  • Rio opening ceremony TV ratings are lowest since 1992

    These are hard times for a country that was enjoying rapid economic growth when Rio won the right to host the Games but is now in recession. Rio's Olympics are costing almost $12 billion with big legacy projects like a new metro line, bus highways and massive real estate developments.

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  • New Orleans-based Glo Airlines to add Hunstville service

    New Orleans-based Glo Airlines to add Hunstville service

    The special rate is good until August 18 and must be for travel through November 7, when fares increase to $149. "Attracting and sustaining new air service is a communitywide issue that affects each and every one of us - from the leisure traveler to the business traveler alike", Rick Tucker, executive director of the Huntsville airport, said in a statement.

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  • Southern Railway Strike To Go Ahead Next Week

    And Summer Dean, from the Association of British Commuters, said: "We are sick and exhausted of this constant blame passing between Southern Rail and the government and are fed up to the back teeth of the constant delays, cancellations and poor excuses".

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  • Lok Sabha passes amendments to GST Bill

    Lok Sabha passes amendments to GST Bill

    Modi, who was under attack by the Opposition parties, especially the Congress for his absence during the passage of the Constitution amendment bill for GST in the Rajya Sabha on August 3, is now likely to intervene in the debate, sources said.

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  • Phillies Turn First Triple-Play At Petco Park

    Early on in his start against the Phillies on Saturday night, Padres pitcher Paul Clemens ran into a bit of a problem: In his quest to become the ultimate #PitcherWhoRakes, he got some pine tar on his jersey. "It was a great team win". Jeanmar Gomez worked the ninth for his 29th save. The Padres padded their cushion in the sixth on a two-run single by Solarte, forging ahead 8-3.

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  • Cal Fire: Soberanes Fire began with illegal campfire

    The fire's now up past 45,000 acres and is still threatening hundreds of homes. The hikers needed to move to a place where there was cellphone reception to report the fire, so the precise location of the abandoned campfire hadn't been determined.

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  • Kashmiri youth held for sedition after 'liking, sharing anti-India' posts

    Kashmiri youth held for sedition after 'liking, sharing anti-India' posts

    On 4 August, the Chhattisgarh police arrested Tausif Ahmed from a railway station in Madhya Pradesh, based on a complaint lodged in Durg, Chhattisgarh. It was a question of security and that's why I think criminal investigation is necessary. "The right to freedom of expression extends to speech that may be considered offensive by some", Arijit Sen, Programmes Manager at Amnesty International India, said in the statement.

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  • Trump to call for moratorium on federal economic regulations

    He assailed Hillary Clinton as a candidate who would merely extend a Democratic period of old ideas and weakness. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Windham High School, Saturday, Aug. "Did she short-circuit when she didn't protect the Benghazi compound, when she got 20 requests for more help?" They also reveal surprising areas of strength for Trump and weakness for Clinton.

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  • Donald Trump's economic plan: Five things you should know

    Trump sought to contrast his economic plan with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's, as well as tie her to economic failures during the tenures of her husband - former President Bill Clinton - and President Barack Obama . Detroit, with its devastated real estate market and dearth of jobs, has come to symbolize the nation's broader struggle to recover from the recession and restore manufacturing jobs.

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  • Curfew In Kashmir Continues For The 29th Day

    One youth was killed in a clash in Sopore, he said. Over forty persons including seven women sustained pellet injuries in Khanabal area of Islamabad alone. Two critically injured have been shifted to a Srinagar hospital. The clashes left at least 10 persons wounded. More than a dozen were injured in Chee village of Anantnag when youths clashed with police after being forced to call off a seminar.

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  • Brexit boosts United Kingdom flight bookings

    Inbound flight reservations rose 4.3 percent in the 28 days to July 21 compared to the same period previous year, according to travel information firm ForwardKeys, reversing the trend in the month before the referendum when bookings were 2.8 percent lower.

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