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  • California fire smoke prompts Vegas air advisory

    The fire began shortly after noon and quickly grew to more than a square mile. The order includes the south side of Highway 173 between Cedar Springs Spillway and Mojave Forks Park. Evacuations are also in effect for the Summit Valley area. "It's very receptive to fire, and what we're finding out is because of the vegetation type and the dryness, the fire is just moving rapidly through this brush".

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  • Ryan Murphy prolonga la hegemonía estadounidense en los 100 espalda

    Ryan Murphy prolonga la hegemonía estadounidense en los 100 espalda

    El nadador estadounidense obtuvo la medalla de oro al llegar a la meta dejando el reloj en 51 segundos y 97 centésimas, imponiendo al mismo tiempo la marca olímpica. Estados Unidos impuso una nueva marca olímpica en el Estadio Acuático Olímpico con Ryan Murphy , en la competencia de 100 metros espalda. En un dato curioso de la natación, la canadiense Kylie Masse y la china Yuanhui Fu ganaron la medalla de bronce, al registrar ambas 58.76 segundos.

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  • Muslim taxi driver handed 27-year minimum jail term for shopkeeper murder

    Muslim taxi driver handed 27-year minimum jail term for shopkeeper murder

    Tanveer Ahmed, 32, will serve a minimum of 27 years after travelling from Yorkshire to Glasgow to confront Asad Shah at his store before pulling out a knife and stabbing the 40-year-old. She described Mr Shah as a family, peace-loving man who went out of his way to respect people of all faiths and had been attacked in an "appalling display of merciless violence".

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  • Torrentz is back online in a new avatar

    Torrentz is back online in a new avatar

    As of this writing, their site has an empty page with a search box and a caption that reads, " Torrentz was a free, fast and powerful meta-search engine combining results from dozens of search engines". government requesting that it drop all the charges made against their client and that he be released from the Polish prison where he is now incarcerated.

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  • Online gamers perform better at school, study reveals

    Online gamers perform better at school, study reveals

    It could just be that "kids who are sharp are looking for a challenge, and they don't find it on social media, and maybe they do find it on board games and video games", he said. It is possible that children who are gifted at maths, science and reading are more likely to play online games. They scored 15 points above average in math and reading and 17 points above average in science.

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  • GOP senator: 'I will not be voting for Donald Trump'

    Merrill added that after Trump's morning speech to the Detroit Economic Club - and sticking closely to his script - "the muzzle was bound to come off". In contrast, Clinton said she intends "to make the wealthy pay their fair share". "The fact that he is pushing for a 15 percent corporate tax rate is definitely a positive", said Dorothy Coleman, vice president of tax and domestic economic policy for the National Association of Manufacturers.

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  • Russian Paralympic athletes banned from competing in Rio

    Russian Paralympic athletes banned from competing in Rio

    Of those samples, 17 were from athletes that do not compete in sports on the Paralympic program. The remaining samples were from eight Paralympic Games sports, five in the Summer Games and three in the Winter Games. Craven said he had "deep sympathy" for Russian competitors who will miss the Rio Games but that the decision was taken in the best interests of the Paralympic movement.

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  • McDonnell urges Labour Party not to appeal leadership vote ruling

    McDonnell urges Labour Party not to appeal leadership vote ruling

    He said: "It wasn't tight". Instead, the five "paid their dues and found to their surprise they had been excluded from the present election". "It was a good turnout ". "This already looked an unequal contest, but this new ruling seems to spell the death knell for Smith's hopes", said a spokesman. She said: "I am seeing some of my members change their mind, the more Owen is out there the more people are agreeing with him".

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  • Millonarios ya tomó la decisión sobre la permanencia de Israel

    Millonarios ya tomó la decisión sobre la permanencia de Israel

    En esta ocasión, al igual que siempre, hemos estado atentos a sus mensajes, a sus ideas y evaluamos todas las propuestas. La junta directiva de Millonarios informó este lunes que van a continuar con el proyecto deportivo, liderado por el técnico uruguayo Rubén Israel, "con el cual nos comprometimos desde la pasada temporada".

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  • After outage, Delta seeks forgiveness with refunds, vouchers

    After outage, Delta seeks forgiveness with refunds, vouchers

    Airline data company Flightaware said there were at least 858 cancellations and 7,359 delays across the global industry on Monday morning . The company said customers whose flights were canceled or delayed more than three hours could get a refund and $ 200 in travel vouchers .

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  • Burnham beats Ivan Lewis to Manchester mayoral candidacy

    Burnham beats Ivan Lewis to Manchester mayoral candidacy

    Mr Burnham, who refused to join a revolt against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn despite the resignations of nearly all of his colleagues, is now expected to resign from the shadow cabinet. Liverpool City Region metro mayor candidates Wavertree MP Luciana Berger, Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson and Walton MP Steve Rotheram. Making Greater Manchester what we all want it to be must be a collective endeavour.

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  • Earl downgraded from hurricane to tropical storm as it crosses Belize

    The National Hurricane Center (NHC) now predicts that Earl will be a hurricane before it hits Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula tomorrow afternoon. Maximum sustained winds have decreased to near 50 miles per hour, with higher gusts. Tropical storm Earl whipped Belize and Mexico's Caribbean coast with wind and heavy rain, battering cars, disrupting transportation and forcing hundreds of people into shelters as it moved through Guatemala toward southeastern Mexico on Thursday.

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  • Family tragedy: Mum hinted at abuse, planned to leave husband

    But a heart donor was found - and Willow underwent surgery one week after she was born. Police also said they found a handwritten "murder/suicide" note. She's very quiet, but just the sweetest little girl. "I'm the luckiest guy in the world to have her as my wife and the mother of my three unbelievable children!" Online, Megan was not shy about those issues, a neighbor told the Reading Eagle .

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  • US concerned about extrajudicial killings in Philippines

    Trudeau confirmed that the State Department was aware of the Philippine President's remarks. Since Duterte assumed office at the end of June, police have reported killing more than 400 drug suspects while the country's largest broadcaster, ABS-CBN, put the death toll at 852 to include reported summary executions.

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  • Surge nueva zona de inestabilidad en costas de Oaxaca

    Surge nueva zona de inestabilidad en costas de Oaxaca

    Los vientos máximos sostenidos de Earl han disminuido a 65 kilómetros por hora. Como tormenta tropical, Earl tocó tierra el viernes por la noche al sur del puerto de Veracruz . Además oleaje elevado cercano al litoral entre 3 a 4 metros. Circularán vientos de 25 a 40 kilómetros por hora con rachas de 70 kilómetros por hora en costa de Campeche, Tabasco y costa sur de Veracruz .

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  • Suspended Alabama chief justice denies defying Supreme Court

    Supreme Court effectively legalized gay marriage. The court, in a brief one-page order, also denied a motion by the Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission that sought an order removing Moore from the bench without a trial. indicate that I strongly encouraged my colleagues to dispel the existing concern and uncertainty by promptly addressing the question", Moore previously told the court.

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  • Who is Naruhito, Japan's likely next emperor?

    According to Japanese law, Akihito, 82, must serve as emperor for life. Japan's emperor is hinting he wants to leave the Chrysanthemum Throne . (CNN) On Monday, Japanese Emperor Akihito delivered a rare televised address to the nation about his declining health and the burden of his duties.

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  • Major resort operator buying largest North American ski area

    It also said owning Whistler will give the Colorado-based company more access to Asian customers and extend the reach and appeal of its multi-resort ski passes. Vancouver-based Whistler Blackcomb , which hosted events during the 2010 Winter Olympics, further diversifies USA -based Vail by adding a presence in Canada.

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  • Revocatorio es un paso para tener un cambio de gobierno — Diputada D'Elia

    Sobre la solicitud de invalidar a la MUD , Rondón señaló que "aún no hay pronunciamiento oficial , sin embargo se hará el procedimiento correspondiente para cumplir con el debido proceso". En ese sentido, reiteró el llamado del Poder Electoral a evitar todo signo de violencia y recordó que, tal como se advirtió en junio pasado, en caso de agresión o alteración del orden público , las actividades electorales serán suspendidas hasta que se restaure la tranquilidad y el orden, recalca el ...

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  • ISIS Claims Responsibility For Machete Attack On Belgian Policewomen

    ISIS Claims Responsibility For Machete Attack On Belgian Policewomen

    Two police women were injured outside a police station during an "Allahu Akhbar" attack in Charleroi, Belgium yesterday, prompting the nation's Prime Minister to cut short his holiday and return to leading the nation. Terrorists who killed more than 130 in Paris in November were based in Brussels . "We know well...that from the moment some particular measures are taken in a certain place, that can create a temptation to carry out some actions in other places", he said.

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  • Ex-sheriff tries to cut new prison deal in corruption case

    Ex-sheriff tries to cut new prison deal in corruption case

    In his plea agreement, Baca admitted to lying in an April 12, 2013, interview with investigators, when he stated that he was not aware of the plan to confront the Federal Bureau of Investigation agent at her home. Jurors in the case will not be able to hear about the guilty plea, but widespread publicity about it could make it harder to seat a jury. Prosecutors say Baca and others tried to derail that investigation when they discovered an inmate was an FBI informant.

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  • 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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  • Rio 2016 Olympics: Rio 2016: Chiller backs Horton over Yang remarks

    Rio 2016 Olympics: Rio 2016: Chiller backs Horton over Yang remarks

    Sun Yang of China celebrates after the men's 200m freestyle swimming final at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil, on August 8, 2016. But be damned if this on-going biff between Mack Horton and Sun Yang isn't rich enough to spread on toast. The video has further prompted the creation of the hashtag #Sun Yang Don't Cry on Weibo.

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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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  • Emperor of Japan signals he wants to abdicate

    Some speculate that Akihito's abdication may be an attempt to put a brake on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plan to rewrite the constitution. "Considering the emperor's duties, as well as his age and the burden, we have to firmly look at what we can do".

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  • US Backed Terrorists used Chemical Weapons in Aleppo

    The strikes also damaged infrastructure and destroyed crucial medical supplies. People inspect the damage at the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)-backed al-Quds hospital after it was hit by airstrikes, in a rebel-held area of Syria's Aleppo , April 28, 2016.

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