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  • Indian media was denied access; Didn't go there for lunch: Rajnath

    Indian media was denied access; Didn't go there for lunch: Rajnath

    Rajnath Singh further added that, "Terrorism remains the biggest challenge and threat to our peace". "There should be no glorification or eulogising of terrorists as martyrs". He said the Indian media accompanying him was not allowed to cover the conference and was kept away from the venue. During the summit, Pakistan criticised India for using "brutal force" against civilians resisting foreign occupation.

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  • Thailand votes to approve new military-backed constitution

    With 94 percent of the ballots counted, 61.4 percent had voted in favor of the military's proposed constitution, according to preliminary returns issued by the election commission. That likely favoured the government, said Thithinan Pongsudhirak, director of the Institute of Security and International Studies at Bangkok's Chulalongkorn University.

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  • John McDonnell defends new Labour members' right-to-vote ruling

    She is one of six candidates who won on the left wing Centre Left Grassroots Alliance (CLGA) slate, supported by the Campaign for Labour Party (CLPD) and Momentum. Ms Harrison stated: "This case was about the right to vote under the Labour Party constitution, under which all members are equal and valued". Within hours Labour announced that it would appeal against the High Court ruling, while Mr Corbyn's rival Owen Smith called for the contest to be extended.

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  • Meryl Streep responds to Clint Eastwood's vote for Trump

    Meryl Streep responds to Clint Eastwood's vote for Trump

    I'm shocked. I really am. "I really am. Because he's more-I would have thought he would be more sensitive than that". "There's been just too much amusing business on both sides of the aisle". "The aggregate of everybody's emotion, it's a powerful thing". "They're behaving as a larger unit, not just themselves". In his get-off-my-lawn Esquire chat, Eastwood, whose bit with an empty chair at the 2012 RNC left many scratching their heads, also seemed to defend Trump's racist crusade against ...

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  • Yemen official: Medics say 14 killed in Saudi-led airstrike

    Jeddah - U.N. Special Envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed said on Monday that terrorism was benefiting from political and security vacuum in Yemen . "The control of Al Manara mountain is a major development that will lead to the liberation of Nihm", he said. Coalition spokesman General Ahmed Assiri confirmed to the AFP news agency that the air strikes against Houthi rebels had restarted and led to the closure of Sanaa airport, saying fighter jets had hit military targets "around" the ...

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  • Health Researchers Begin Clinical Trials For Experimental Zika Vaccine

    Vaccines typically take years, if not decades to create, and some viruses prove particularly hard to work with. Zika has been deemed a public health emergency, because it can cause serious birth defects. The bad news is we can't say goodbye to Zika just yet. However, it would take years before any of the vaccines is available for widespread use. Mosquito-control efforts in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood have been hard because it's a mixed-use area, where industrial sites are located next ...

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  • No Man's Sky Videos Unfairly Targeted by Sony Copyright Strikes

    The problem became so widespread that No Man's Sky developer Hello Games publicly apologised for this error and said it's working with Sony on fixing this. The Know's video discussed the No Man's Sky leak, but didn't show any footage from it, nor did it discuss any information revealed within it.

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  • If you think Denver International Airport is more crowded, you're right

    If you think Denver International Airport is more crowded, you're right

    Dubai International airport is expected to witness a record traffic this year and will achieve its own target of 85 million passengers in 2016, according to a senior aviation analyst. The airport's worldwide passenger traffic in June also increased 10 percent compared to the same time past year, with a total of 206,330 passengers.

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  • SM Energy (SM) Stock Gains After Purchasing Acreage in Texas's Midland Basin

    SM Energy (SM) Stock Gains After Purchasing Acreage in Texas's Midland Basin

    The number of Parsley Energy Inc shares in issue is 158,662,000 which have a current share price of 32.5 bringing Parsley Energy Inc's market capitalisation to 5.16B United States dollars. Four analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating, twenty-nine have issued a buy rating and one has assigned a strong buy rating to the stock. The sale was disclosed in a document filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which can be accessed through the SEC website .

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  • Hall of Fame game cancelled for poor field conditions

    Hall of Fame game cancelled for poor field conditions

    Doyel, who calls the delaying of the announcement "intentional" and "deceitful", notes that the stadium scoreboard continued to show a countdown to the 8 p.m. Everyone seemed to agree the Hall of Fame and the National Football League made the correct call to cancel the game and protect the safety of the players.

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  • Police say intruder tried to climb Buckingham Palace fence

    Police say intruder tried to climb Buckingham Palace fence

    He was stopped "within a security perimeter" and did not manage to get into the palace. The breach is not believed to be related to terrorism. The Queen is now at Balmoral in Scotland. He was sent back to prison for four months over the breach. He was held about 50 metres from the Palace after triggering a "full-scale alert" involving a sweep of the grounds with dogs and a helicopter.

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  • It's 'Pokemon No' at Hiroshima atomic bomb memorial

    Hiroshima Bombings: Aug. 6, 1945 This photo dated August 1945 shows a man whose back has been totally burnt during the atomic bomb dropped by the USA on Hiroshima . The WCC's efforts toward a nuclear-free world encompass nuclear weapons and nuclear power. But his moving tribute and brief conversations with elderly survivors, which included an unexpected embrace with one of them, profoundly impressed most Japanese.

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  • Hollande, al Estado Islámico:

    Hollande, al Estado Islámico: "Vamos a ganar esta guerra"

    El Vaticano expresó su conmoción "porque esta violencia horrible tuvo lugar en una iglesia, un lugar sagrado en el que se anuncia el amor de Dios, con el barbárico asesinato de un sacerdote y el involucramiento de fieles". Hasta el momento se desconocen las identidades de los agresores y el motivo del ataque, señaló un funcionario de seguridad en calidad de anonimato.

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  • Chicago Public Schools unveils 'balanced' FY 2017 budget

    Chicago Public Schools unveils 'balanced' FY 2017 budget

    But the cash-strapped district got a boost in late June, when lawmakers in Springfield approved an education funding deal that provides about $600 million for CPS in the upcoming school year. "Today marks a return to financial stability for the coming school year", CPS CEO Forrest Claypool, who promised no financial gimmicks, said Monday.

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  • New $375 Million Electric Vehicle Plant Planned For China

    New $375 Million Electric Vehicle Plant Planned For China

    The initial group of 10 franchised dealerships in key luxury markets around the country and in Canada gives Karma a bit of a shortcut. As previously announced, the Fisker Karma is reborn under the name of Karma Revero, and its makers now want to start selling them through a dedicated network of franchised dealers, which will span across the United States of America.

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  • Olympics: Pound of pasta helps Michael Phelps to recover

    Held broke down crying, his shoulders shaking, his eyes squeezed shut after the Americans won the 4x100-meter freestyle relay on the second night of swimming at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Sunday. When Michael Phelps dove into the water Sunday night it was hard not to notice the giant welts on his body. In the end, that may be all that matters.

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  • Legends of Tomorrow casts Power Rangers actress as Stargirl

    Legends of Tomorrow casts Power Rangers actress as Stargirl

    Mid-Nite and Hourman (Patrick J. Adams). According to a report over at IGN , Sarah Grey (who is set to appear in the upcoming Power Rangers movie) is joining the crew of the Waverider for Season 2 as Stargirl. Legends of Tomorrow returns Thursday, Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. ET on the CW. Familiar baddies like Malcolm Merlyn, Captain Cold, Damien Darhk, Reverse Flash will make up the team of villains.

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  • Pokémon GO in $200 Million Sales Bonanza

    Pokémon GO in $200 Million Sales Bonanza

    The company also released a chart which compares Pokemon Go's financial performance to the revenues from Candy Crush Saga or Clash Royale . Yes, in one month the augmented reality based game has generated over $ 200 million United States dollars in net revenue from players.

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  • Olympics: Stanford players scoring not enough for U.S. water polo

    Olympics: Stanford players scoring not enough for U.S. water polo

    Both teams battled numerous ejections to go back and forth in a tough defensive game. Over the next two quarters the teams swapped control, but at the end of the third quarter Albert Español Lifante popped a power play shot just over the head of veteran US goalie Merrill Moses, giving Spain a lead they never lost .

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  • Ukrainian, 23, who faked age for high school pleads guilty

    Ukrainian, 23, who faked age for high school pleads guilty

    Authorities say Samarin told a detective in February he had sex with the girl in 2014, when he was 22. While attending John Harris High School, Samarin called himself Asher Potts. Stephayne and Michael Potts, who took Samarin in, said that he spoke about carrying out a mass shooting. . It is not clear if immigration authorities will push for him to be deported back to Ukraine.

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  • Rain that caused deadly Md. flood a '1-in-1000' year event

    Barbara Mikulski (D-Maryland), adding that she and Gov. Larry Hogan will seek federal help in rebuilding the devastated town on the Patapsco River. On Monday, Kittleman toured the destroyed downtown area, stating that it would require "months, if not years" to rebuild the city.

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  • Asaltantes roban a bebé de nueve meses en Puebla

    Asaltantes roban a bebé de nueve meses en Puebla

    Una vez que se percataron de que los empleados de hallaban solos, los sujetos sacaron de entre sus ropas armas de fuego con las que amagaron a los empleados y los obligaron a meterse a una oficina, donde los encerraron. Sin embargo vecinos han denunciado que tienen plenamente identificados a las dos personas que robaron al menor, quienes días antes fueron vistos merodeando el lugar y preguntando dónde comprar refacciones de maquinaria pesada.

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  • D&G councillor 'delighted' with exam results

    D&G councillor 'delighted' with exam results

    Meanwhile, as of midnight, 28,300 Scottish applicants had been accepted to higher education so far this year, up 5% compared to results day in 2015. Mary Curnock Cook, the chief executive of Ucas , described the figures as "an encouraging snapshot of Scottish higher education, particularly as a large majority of the country's applicants are placed by this stage".

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  • Republican & former Central Intelligence Agency agent to run against Donald Trump

    Organizers say they are in the final stages of discussions with Republican nominee Donald Trump's campaign. That would enable lower-income people to maintain plan and provider continuity as their income fluctuates. "I am confident that he's going to start doing it", Paul Manafort, Trump's campaign manager, told Fox News. And they are pushing Trump hard to right the ship - namely by focusing exclusively on Hillary Clinton and seizing on her vulnerabilities - to help avoid an electoral bloodbath ...

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  • Tornado sends Red Cross to Waywayseecappo First Nation

    Tornado sends Red Cross to Waywayseecappo First Nation

    The first tornado happened in Binscarthe around 4:45 p.m., a brief tornado was confirmed in Rossburn around 5:15 p.m., and a final tornado happened in Elphinstone around 5:40 p.m. The Red Cross couldn't say how many people were displaced. Meteorologist Kirk Torneby said there was strong cold front that swept across southern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba.

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  • Anderson reclaims number one spot

    Anderson reclaims number one spot

    James Anderson moved back above Ravichandran Ashwin to number one in the ICC Test bowling rankings following England's win over Pakistan . Woakes had started the season in 87th position and has now broken into the top 20 in 20th position for the first time.

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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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  • 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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