• Rio 2016: Phelps wins 19th Olympic gold

    Rio 2016: Phelps wins 19th Olympic gold

    I didn't expect to win tonight as I know the situation with my wrist", he said. And while the process lasts for only a few minutes, it creates enough suction to leave those deep purple bruises that look more like the results of a fist fight than an Olympic event .

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  • 2 people shot by apparent stray bullets in Bronx

    2 people shot by apparent stray bullets in Bronx

    A 49-year-old innocent bystander was also shot, but it was not clear last night who fired the bullet that hit the man, the sources said. Guzman had gotten into an argument with the employee before police were called to the scene, police said.

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  • President warns NPA on ceasfire

    Agcaoili did not say in his message to Bello that they will reciprocate by 8 p.m. on Saturday. By 7pm, knowing that an unanswered ceasefire declaration was not for the best interest of the nation, the President then authorized the release of a statement declaring the lifting of the ceasefire.

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  • Men form human chain to save woman from Maryland floods

    The most remarkable aspects of this storm had to do with the rapid rainfall rates, with 1.44 inches of rain falling in just 10 minutes between 7:50 p.m. As he ran back across the street, debris was rushing toward them, he said. Good Samaritans were caught on camera braving fierce flood waters to rescue a woman in Ellicott City , Maryland.

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  • Clinton critica que plan económico de Trump beneficiará a ricos empresarios

    También se prevé que llamará a incrementar la producción nacional de energía, lo que según su campaña aumentará los ingresos locales, estatales y federales en 6 billones de dólares en cuatro décadas. Hillary Clinton ha prometido una reforma migratoria con vía a la ciudadanía "lo antes posible" si gana las elecciones de noviembre y los hispanos votan a su partido parar dominar el Senado.

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  • Erdogan aboga por restaurar la pena de muerte

    Erdogan comparó en su discurso la derrota de la intentona por derrocarlo con la embestida de los países que atacaron a Turquía después de la Primera Guerra Mundial, enalteció a los combatientes que cayeron combatiendo a los rebeldes que lo atacaron y convirtió el acto en una fiesta en su honor.

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  • Kalikho Pul, Removed As Arunachal Chief Minister Weeks Ago, Found Hanging

    Kalikho Pul, Removed As Arunachal Chief Minister Weeks Ago, Found Hanging

    President Pranab Mukherjee has expressed shock at the sad demise of Kalikho Pul. "His service to Arunachal Pradesh will be remembered", Modi tweeted. "Words are hard to give solace at this moment of deep loss to your family and you". The rebels returned when the Congress, in an attempt to win them over, picked Mr Khandu as chief minister. Pul had led a group of dissident MLAs from Congress against Nabam Tuki early this year and was sworn in as chief minister a few hours after President's ...

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  • Crisis: Maduro le desafía al Mercosur

    Crisis: Maduro le desafía al Mercosur

    Esta frase generó la reacción del gobierno paraguayo, que reiteró su postura de que la presidencia pro témpore del Mercosur está vacante. Fustigó que Paraguay , Brasil y Argentina utilicen "métodos antijurídicos" para que Venezuela no ejerza "su derecho" y agregó que " este pretendido asalto (al organismo) está alentado desde Washington, tiene sello imperial ".

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  • Fire near Big Sur now 25 percent contained

    A wildfire burning southwest of Crater Lake in OR spread to more than 700 acres, prompting an evacuation warning for some parts of Crater Lake National Park. Firefighters expected dry, hot winds and the possibility of erratic flames in a series of wildfires that have charred nearly 75 square miles of rangeland in northwest Nevada.

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  • Joint Chiefs Chairman: Don't Trust Russia to Help End Syrian War

    The deal involves sharing intelligence with Russian Federation to help target the Nusra Front, a non-ISIS terrorist group that is fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. "And second, the defeat of extremism there and in Iraq", Carter said. "Those are the USA interests". The negotiations Kerry is having with the Russians, Carter said, are based on "mutual interest to the extent and when and as we are able to identify that with the Russians".

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  • Putin and Erdogan meet to mend ties

    Putin and Erdogan meet to mend ties

    In an interview with Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency on Tuesday the Justice Minister Bozdag also warned Washington it would be effectively sacrificing its relations with Turkey if it refused to extradite US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen .

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  • Turkey will not impose death penalty on plotters of botched coup

    Turkey will not impose death penalty on plotters of botched coup

    It was the first time in decades that opposition leaders joined a rally in support of the government, with pockets of secularists, nationalists and others alongside his core Islamist supporters. "But they let those in Kandil (do it) via video", he said , referring to a PKK mountain stronghold. "Without any condition. Since you are demanding the death penalty, the authority that will decide on this is the great Turkish national assembly", he said in his speech to the huge crowd.

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  • México: 42 muertos y miles de damnificados por tormenta Earl

    Las lluvias torrenciales también causaron derrumbes en carreteras del estado, dejaron dos puentes colapsados sobre el río Necaxa y cortes intermitentes de energía eléctrica en algunas comunidades, detalló su gobierno. A su paso por el Estado de Veracruz , el "Earl" dejó un saldo de 10 víctimas , tres de ellas de un misma familia que fallecieron al caerle un alud de tierra que sepultó su casa.

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  • South Korean archer Woo-jin sets world record

    Only it wasn't a nod to their culture. "You saw Wayne's World, right?" " 'We're not worthy! We're not worthy!' That was my bow", he said. That would've been a world record if world records still existed in this format. It showed. In their three team matches Saturday, the Koreans didn't lose a single set point. If there was any wind ... In a statement on Friday, Pele says "I'm not physically able to attend the opening of the Olympics".

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  • UN calls for humanitarian pause in Syria's Aleppo fighting

    Young children are especially vulnerable to diarrhoea and other water-borne diseases from a heatwave and drinking dirty water, the U.N. Children's Fund (UNICEF) said. Media captionOne of the few doctors remaining in Aleppo reveals how medics and civilians face death in the city on daily basis. On Tuesday, two United Nations aid officials, Yacoub El Hillo and Kevin Kennedy, said in a statement that the water and electricity infrastructure had been damaged in the fighting.

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  • México conmemorará Día de Poblaciones Indígenas con talleres, conciertos y danza

    México conmemorará Día de Poblaciones Indígenas con talleres, conciertos y danza

    Con un gran evento de identidad cultural, el Gobierno del Estado y el Congreso local preparan la conmemoración del Día Internacional de los Pueblos Indígenas , el que se realizarán actividades académicas y culturales, así como una extraordinaria muestra gastronómica, musical y artesanal, anunció el titular de la Secretaría de los Pueblos Indígenas (SPI), Ángel Alonso Molina.

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  • US destroyer visit latest twist in China-US military ties

    US destroyer visit latest twist in China-US military ties

    According to Japan Foreign Ministry sources, the number of Chinese fishing boats operating near the Chinese government vessels also increased. A Finnish security company, F-Secure, has released research suggesting that Chinese hackers may have targeted the Philippines during the recently decided worldwide arbitration over territorial claims in the South China Sea .

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  • Trump meets with Gold Star families amid controversy

    Trump meets with Gold Star families amid controversy

    The meetings came after the Republican nominee faced days of withering criticism for comments he made about the parents of Capt. Humayun Khan , a United States soldier killed in Iraq in 2004. "If you look at his wife, She had nothing to say". Trump does say Mr. Khan's son was a hero, but Trump stood by his proposals to ban Muslim immigration as a way to stop potential terrorists entering the U.S.

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  • Trump hopes to steady campaign with economic speech

    A statement issued by Ryan's spokesperson following Trump's endorsement was lukewarm. Trump corrected one of those perceived mistakes in the opening minutes of his speech. Earlier this week, Trump made headlines when he told The Washington Post that he was "not quite there yet" on endorsing Ryan in his Republican primary.

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  • Walmart Buying Online Seller for $3 Billion

    And in June, Bed, Bath & Beyond scooped up One Kings Lane. "For Wal-Mart to protect its household products lead from Amazon, it must address the rising reliance of Amazon shoppers on free shipping", Jitendra Waral, a Bloomberg Intelligence senior industry analyst, wrote in an August 4 research note.

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  • Confirman 38 personas muertas tras el paso de Earl

    Confirman 38 personas muertas tras el paso de Earl

    De acuerdo con un comunicado oficial, en las colonias de Huauchinango: La Joya, Guadalupe, Aurora y La Cumbre, bajo lodo, piedras, flora, escombros y muebles, han sido encontrados los cuerpos sin vida de siete menores de edad y seis adultos, además de otro cadáver de un varón que estaba sobre la carretera.

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  • Hiroshima atomic bomb destruction captured in colour photo

    Three days later, another American B-29 bomber dropped the A-bomb known as "Fat Man" over Nagasaki. Mari Miyoshi was the main speaker at an anniversary event in Dublin's Merrion Square, which has been held every year since 1980 and is seen as an exemplar of Ireland's staunch opposition to nuclear weapons.

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  • Twin toddler girls dead after left in Georgia hot auto; father jailed

    Neighbors found and removed the 15-month-old children, identified as Ariel and Alaynah North, who were trapped in their auto seats inside an SUV. "There were some individuals holding the infants in a pool and actually had some ice packs also, what they said attempting to cool the kids off", Carrollton police Capt.

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  • Turkey coup attempt: Court issues arrest warrant for Fethullah Gulen

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pressed the United States in a television interview broadcast on Wednesday to extradite preacher Fethullah Gulen, saying waiting to get the alleged coup plotter was "intolerable". Since the coup attempt, almost 70,000 people have been suspended or dismissed from jobs in the civil service, judiciary, education, health care, the military and the media.

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  • Girl, 3, dies after being ejected in Philadelphia crash

    Girl, 3, dies after being ejected in Philadelphia crash

    The girl was transported to St. Christopher's Hospital where she was pronounced dead shortly before 8 p.m. Police have not said whether the mother was injured in the crash. "As soon as a I got out of the truck, all I see is the little baby", said witness Chino Cruz of Juniata. The girl was taken to a hospital, where she died less than an hour later.

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  • GOP's Hanna blasts Trump, says he backs Clinton

    GOP's Hanna blasts Trump, says he backs Clinton

    And 72 percent said Clinton has the knowledge to serve effectively, as compared to 40 percent who said the same for Trump. And as for Trump not being representative of the party, the party, John McCain included, continues to support Trump's candidacy.

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