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  • IS claims Pakistan hospital blast

    IS claims Pakistan hospital blast

    Jamaat-ul-Ahrar [The Party of Freedom Fighters] split from the Pakistani Taliban two years ago. The Taliban faction, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, said it was behind both the hospital attack and the killing of Mr Kasi. "Today's bombing of a hospital in Pakistan is despicable". Pakistani Taliban faction has claimed responsibility for the terrorist bombing. Pakistani lawyers and local media personnel carry a bed to move the body of a news cameraman after an explosion at a government hospital ...

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  • Did Chicago police violate the new shooting policy?

    The videos the Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA) released Friday show the three officers fired 15 times at the stolen convertible Mr. O'Neal, 18, was driving, an apparent violation of department policy. New dashcam and body camera video of a fatal police shooting in Chicago was released Friday. He said he relieved three officers last week because of those concerns.

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  • Boy, 10, suffered fatal neck injury on waterslide, police say

    Jeff Henry, owner of Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts, was at a trade show and decided he wanted to build the tallest, fastest water slide at one of his five Schlitterbahn water parks, Schooley said. It was not immediately known Sunday whether Caleb met the height requirement. Winter Prosapio, a spokeswoman for Schlitterbahn, declined to comment on the company's government inspections.

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  • HORROR: Police Release 911 Calls Placed During Ellicott City Flooding

    Good Samaritans were caught on camera braving fierce flood waters to rescue a woman in Ellicott City , Maryland. As the woman in the small convertible struggled to get out of the vehicle, the men linked arms to save her. He says some buildings may not be repairable. The Rev. Dean Cover (COH'-ver) shared his memories of 35-year-old Jessica Watsula on Monday in a telephone interview from Living Waters Chapel in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

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  • Flash flooding kills at least 21 in Skopje

    The heavy rain, strong winds and thunderstorms struck Skopje and its northern suburbs late Saturday. Skopje mayor Koce Trajanovski described the damage as "the worst Skopje has ever seen". "It is very sad, there are several victims", a police official told Reuters. As reported by the BBC, some of the victims drowned in their cars. They urged people to stay at home and to only drink bottled water.

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  • Germany: Explosion kills 1, injures 10 in Ansbach

    Germany: Explosion kills 1, injures 10 in Ansbach

    A Syrian man who tried unsuccessfully to claim asylum in Germany pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and vowed the nation's people "won't be able to sleep peacefully anymore" in a cellphone video before blowing himself up outside a wine bar, wounding 15 people, authorities said Monday.

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  • Belgian Authorities Consider Machete Attack 'Attempted Terrorist Murder'

    A bag that the suspect was carrying was examined, but no traces of explosives were found. The Belgian prime minister confirmed authorities were treating the attack on two police officers as an act of terror. The attacks were claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group. With regard to attacks specifically on police the unit maintained a level two threat requiring "particular vigilance".

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  • The wait is over, Joburg results finally in

    The wait is over, Joburg results finally in

    The eThekwini metro in KwaZulu-Natal remains the stronghold of the ANC with the final seat calculation placing the party firmly on top with a comfortable 126 seats to the DA's 61 seats. With 48% of the Tshwane vote verified just after 15:00, the DA had 43.1%, the ANC 42.6% and the EFF 10.4%. "It is my privilege to declare the 2016 Local Government Elections free and fair", he told a packed national Results Operations Centre, in Pretoria.

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  • Obama says Trump 'unfit' to serve, slams GOP for still endorsing him

    Obama says Trump 'unfit' to serve, slams GOP for still endorsing him

    Obama said. "This isn't a situation where you have an episodic gaffe". "The question I think that they have to ask themselves is, if you are repeatedly having to say, in very strong terms, that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him?" While he said he does not doubt the sincerity of Republicans, Obama said that at some point, Republicans will have to acknowledge what he views as the weaknesses of their standard bearer.

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  • Twitter to rent out space at its headquarters in San Francisco

    Twitter to rent out space at its headquarters in San Francisco

    Now, the city's second-largest tech employer is subleasing a hefty quantity of office space in its two Mid-Market buildings, presumably to help bring in a little extra cash. Twitter, which has lost a third of its market value in the past year, has been grappling with several quarters of slower-than-expected growth, as well as executive turnover.

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  • No ban on use of Pakistani currency in Afghanistan

    No ban on use of Pakistani currency in Afghanistan

    Zakhilwal clarified that the situation was not as reported in the media, and carrying Pakistani currency was not prohibited in Afghanistan, and that it was freely convertible. Traders said it had an immediate effect, with the afghani strengthening in recent days. "This is very good news, as people have been confused about what currency they should use and keep", Ahmad Shah Khan, a Kandahar tribal elder and businessman, said.

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  • At least 15 dead in Macedonian flash floods

    At least 15 dead in Macedonian flash floods

    Fierce storms packing strong winds and torrential rains overnight killed at least 20 people in Macedonia's capital of Skopje , the health minister said August 7. Skopje's city council held an emergency session and chose to provide financial help to victims' families, giving 180,000 denars ($3,260) to each.

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  • No border controls in Northern Ireland, May pledges

    No border controls in Northern Ireland, May pledges

    Taoiseach Enda Kenny acknowledged the likely complexity of negotiations related to Britain's exit of the European Union, but insisted that there would be no return to borders between Ireland and Britain. May's visit to Northern Ireland shows the fragile conditions she and Britain must navigate there and in Scotland to keep Britain together as it Brexits.

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  • Crash near Hinton, Alta., kills Grande Prairie man, four others injured

    The first truck went off the road, the second ended up in the centre median with extensive damage. The force of the crash pushed the truck into a ditch and it rolled. A 25-year-old Grande Prairie, Alta., man was declared dead at the scene and a 10-month-old infant was checked in hospital for injuries and released to family.

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  • Cristina habría denunciado que la amenazaron por carta — ARGENTINA

    Cristina habría denunciado que la amenazaron por carta — ARGENTINA

    La investigación de las denuncias está radicada en el juzgado a cargo de la magistrada Karina Zucconi , quien ordenó la inmediata investigación. Según la denuncia, se encontraron notas manuscritas, papeles, intimidaciones verbales y anotaciones de contenido hostil en el inmueble que ocupa la ex presidenta cuando está en Buenos Aires , ubicado en la intersección entre Juncal y Uruguay.

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  • Cambodia PM says his potbelly is hurting his golf swing

    Cambodia PM says his potbelly is hurting his golf swing

    Hun Sen, who is known for his casual comments, went off track Monday while responding to a Facebook comment on his health to talk about his weight. Hun Sen's lawyer, Ky Tech, said the prime minister "wants the law to find justice in order to prevent people who speak falsehoods and place blame on innocent people".

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  • Ledecky, not Franklin, all the swimming rage at Rio Olympics

    Ledecky, not Franklin, all the swimming rage at Rio Olympics

    Franklin, who now holds the world record for the 200-meter backstroke, won a total of five medals including four gold medals, as a 17-year-old teenager in London four years ago. Argentina. "That one felt pretty easy, so hopefully means I will be faster tonight", Ledecky said. Franklin was last off the blocks and was seventh after the first 50.

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  • State pushes for GST rate at 18%

    State pushes for GST rate at 18%

    The standard rate should not exceed 18% to make GST non-inflationary, Chidambaram added. Even after approval by the Lok Sabha, the Bill requires the assent of at least 15 state Governments and the President for legislation. "Tax evasion will lessen, there will be no tax on tax, or a cascade of taxes, and ease of doing business will improve", said Jaitley. "It is true that consumer states will benefit more from GST but Centre will compensate manufacturing states in case of losses", he said.

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  • Un millón de turcos se reúne en manifestación antigolpista

    Por otra parte, el portavoz dijo que alrededor de 10 extranjeros fueron sujetos a procedimientos judiciales luego del fracaso del golpe de estado, y otros nueve son sospechosos por tener vínculos con FETO. El viceportavoz del Ministerio de Exteriores, Shawsan Chebli, afirmó por su parte que las negociaciones entre Bruselas y Ankara quedarían zanjadas si Turquía reintrodujese la pena capital.

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  • Estado Islámico reivindica ataque con machete en Bélgica

    Estado Islámico reivindica ataque con machete en Bélgica

    OTRO CASO Un hombre armado con un machete provocó ayer la evacuación de un barrio de Lieja, al este de Bélgica , informó la Fiscalía a la Agencia Belga. La fiscalía general añadió en un comunicado que "Ya van 2 allanamientos realizados en la circunscripción de Charleroi", la ciudad valona ubicada a unos 60 km al sur de Bruselas , donde tuvo lugar la agresión.

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  • Japan's Emperor Akihito Hints At Abdicating in Rare TV Address

    He also said it could be hard to cope with the situation just by cutting duties. "We speak respectfully about the emperor, but arguably we use him like a slave", said Daisuke Kodaka, 34, an employee at a cosmetics company in Tokyo . Japan's postwar constitution stipulates the emperor is a symbol of the state and shall not have powers related to government; the emperor can not issue statements that might be considered political and Akihito therefore avoided any direct reference to ...

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  • London to offer alerts on air quality at bus stops

    London to offer alerts on air quality at bus stops

    The Mayor said the zones would be focused on the capital's worst air quality hotspots outside central London and would be prioritised in areas where buses would otherwise contribute significantly to road transport emissions. I am absolutely committed to speeding up our efforts and making sure I do everything possible to improve air quality in the capital. The Mayor has already announced a radical "toxicity-charge" for vehicles belching out the most toxic fumes in central London from next ...

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  • Trump looks out for the wealthy, not workers

    She is expected to speak to the Detroit Economic Club on Thursday. While Clinton's share of support did increase slightly after the convention, the widening gap is mostly due to a drop in support for the Republican nominee. Republicans were a big reason for that. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers an economic policy speech to the Detroit Economic Club , Monday, Aug.

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  • Jury picked, Pennsylvania attorney general going on trial

    The two have blamed each other for negative stories in the media, and then-Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman accused Kane of leaking grand jury information about a case Fina worked on, Philadelphia Magazine explained. "But I will not stop until the truth comes out, and I will not stop until the system operates the way it's supposed to". Several former top aides are set to testify against her.

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  • Tennessee lawmaker convicted on felony charge in tax case

    Tennessee lawmaker convicted on felony charge in tax case

    Prosecutors alleged that the Democratic lawmaker of almost three decades conspired with his accountant to hide the transaction linked to a 2007 cigarette tax hike that Armstrong had advocated and voted for. The stamps were then sold after the tax hike at a profit. But Armstrong sought to hide the transaction from public view because "he couldn't be seen to be getting money from Big Tobacco", Assistant U.S.

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  • 11-year-old girl dies from gunshot in Hendersonville

    11-year-old girl dies from gunshot in Hendersonville

    It was the first day back at school for most Sumner County Schools students. She was still alive when transported by helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where she later died. Monday afternoon, Vaughn said police had no suspects and were obtaining a search warrant for the girl's home. Authorities told WKRN the girl got off her school bus at her Hendersonville home.

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