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  • Russia appeals against ban from Rio Paralympic Games

    The Russian government he said "has catastrophically failed its para-athletes". The move was punishment for the country running a doping operation that polluted sports by prioritizing "medals over morals", according to the IPC. Instead, each individual sporting federation was given the power to decide if Russian competitors were clean to compete and a three-person International Olympic Committee panel then had the final say.

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  • Led coalition strikes kill 28 civilians, Syrian activists say

    Some of them have arrived in temporary shelters set up by the army in the western part of Aleppo, the report said. It all came as pro-Syrian government forces tightened their grip around the besieged rebel-held city of Aleppo. In an operation on Thursday, Syrian army forces took control of Bani Zeid neighborhood in northern Aleppo and forced the terrorists to retreat from the district.

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  • Storm aims for Mexico's Baja; 45 dead from earlier storm

    Storm aims for Mexico's Baja; 45 dead from earlier storm

    According to the National Hurricane Center , 3 to 6 inches are expected to accumulate over coastal parts of the Sinaloa and southern Sonora into Baja Caifornia. Storms Fiona and Gaston are expected to follow in succession after Earl in the Atlantic Basin, but right now all eyes are on Javier. Authorities in Cabo San Lucas set up 10 storm shelters, mostly at local schools, and evacuated families who live in low-lying areas near streams.

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  • Disney obtains patent to track guests through their feet

    Disney obtains patent to track guests through their feet

    Asserting that foot recognition technology can be used at theme parks, amusement parks, sporting events and other entertainment venues, Disney said that the technology can also be used for enrolling guests in a venue and by a robot that interacts with guests.

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  • Parliament passes GST bill, PM Modi hails it as great step

    Parliament passes GST bill, PM Modi hails it as great step

    He strongly countered Congress leader M. Veerappa Moily's contention that the NDA government had consulted only Rajya Sabha leaders on the uniform tax law and thereby reduced the Lok Sabha to a "junior partner". The GST Bill was originally passed by Lok Sabha a year ago and now it has returned to the Lower House for incorporating the amendments as approved by Rajya Sabha.

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  • Bill proposing hefty penalties for traffic violations in LS

    Bill proposing hefty penalties for traffic violations in LS

    Labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya may table the much-awaited amendment to Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 bill in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday, paving way for 26 weeks of maternity leave to working women. Gadkari said the measure had been pending for over a year and incorporates suggestions of 18 transport ministers of various states belonging to different political parties and called for its quick passage.

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  • Wind fans forest fire in Southern California

    Wind fans forest fire in Southern California

    The Pilot Fire is in a remote area in San Bernardino County and is 5 percent contained Monday morning, according to Cal Fire. The fire began Sunday at about 12:10 p.m. Dozens of families were hoping they have a home to come back to as firefighters continued to battle a monster blaze in the San Bernardino National Forest north of Crestline near Silverwood Lake.

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  • Meg Whitman will support Clinton for president

    Meg Whitman will support Clinton for president

    Whitman's endorsement is the latest from a string of business leaders who have moved to back Clinton in recent days, including other high-profile Republicans. In a Facebook post, she said Donald Trump's "unsteady hand would endanger our prosperity and national security ". Trump gained 1 point since last month, but Clinton's considerable jump, while standard after conventions, may indicate that undecided voters are making up their minds to support her.

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  • Labour's Jeremy Corbyn 'confident' of support in Wales

    LABOUR paid zero corporation tax past year - despite being in surplus by £4.3million - the party's accounts revealed yesterday. Jo Kelleher, a 53-year-old university lecturer, said Mr Corbyn's lack of leadership in the European Union referendum campaign had left her dismayed.

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  • China determined to battle on two fronts as North Asian tensions spike

    China determined to battle on two fronts as North Asian tensions spike

    Latest satellite images show that China appears to be building reinforced aircraft hangars on its reclaimed islands in the South China Sea , a USA think tank report showed. "I think it's a mistake to take them individually and not look at them as a collective". The United States, its Southeast Asian allies and Japan have questioned Chinese land reclamation on contested islands in the South China Sea, particularly since an worldwide court rejected China's historic claims to most of that sea ...

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  • Stolen state police cruiser recovered in Somerville

    Stolen state police cruiser recovered in Somerville

    Police said the marked sport utility vehicle was in the lot for engine problems and was one of the spare cruisers from Troop E, which patrols the Mass Turnpike, among other areas. The cruiser was found undamaged and nothing was believed to be taken during the theft, Procopio said. When officers responded, the man fled. He was taken to St.

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  • Republican Sen. Susan Collins explains why she's not voting for Trump

    Republican Sen. Susan Collins explains why she's not voting for Trump

    However, it's also not hard to imagine Republicans using Trump himself- and not just his Clinton speculations, but the very kamikaze nature of his candidacy-to argue that Clinton only won due to their nominee's obvious shortcomings. Some Democratic foreign policy experts called the statement a reminder of the divisions the NY real estate developer's nomination has sown within the Republican Party.

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  • Russians available for Games unknown

    The 34-year-old, who became the figurehead of Russia's unsuccessful bid to overturn its ban from Rio's Olympic athletics event, missed the deadline for entries but has been allowed to stand. Russian Federation will be represented by 279 athletes at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Cypriot weightlifter Antonis Martasidis and an unnamed Greek competitor have tested positive for banned substances and have been expelled from the Rio Olympics, their teams said on Friday.

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  • RBI loses cash chests in train robbery

    RBI loses cash chests in train robbery

    When the train arrived at Egmore station in Chennai , it was discovered that two boxes were tampered with and by drilling a hole through roof of the coach thieves decamped with some cash. The train was carrying 228 trunks packed with Rs 342 crore in banknotes. The consignment was reportedly guarded by heavy security and the Assistant Commissioner of Police.

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  • OPEC oil ministers to meet informally in September

    The countries, including Venezuela, Ecuador and Kuwait, want to again try cooperation between the 14-nation oil cartel and non-members like Russia, Kallanish Energy learns. In China, fuel exports increased more than 50 percent from a year earlier to a monthly record 4.57 million tonnes, adding to a global glut. The US dollar, the strength of which can influence demand for dollar-denominated oil futures, rose against the euro and the British pound on Friday.

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  • Japan's Emperor Akihito, 82, hints at wish to abdicate

    But he left little doubt that he wanted to pursue that course, describing the downside of having an emperor too old to perform his duties and dismissing alternatives as impractical. The last time an emperor abdicated was in 1817. Under the law, succession passes through the male line only. Akihito took the throne at age 55. However, Akihito did appear to address the issue indirectly, commenting on his poor health (he has had cancer and heart surgery in recent years) as a possible segue ...

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  • Alabama chief justice Roy Moore's fans rally outside court

    The commission has accused Moore of urging probate judges to defy the courts on gay marriage. The Judicial Inquiry Commission is calling for Moore's removal. Moore has asked the court, a state panel that disciplines judges, to dismiss the charges for lack of evidence. Get the Whistleblower Magazine's revelations about the SPLC, in its March 2015 edition of "The Hate Racket", the complete story of how one group fools government into equating Christians and conservatives with Klansmen and ...

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  • Right-to-vote ruling boosts Jeremy Corbyn's bid to hold Labour leadership

    Right-to-vote ruling boosts Jeremy Corbyn's bid to hold Labour leadership

    Six candidates who are backed by Momentum - the grassroots left-wing organisation which supports Jeremy Corbyn - took a total clean sweep in the National Executive Committee elections , increasing Corbyn's majority by two members. The strong showing for left-wing candidates will also increase expectations of a victory for Corbyn against Owen Smith in the leadership election, the victor of which will be announced next month.

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  • Man Arrested In Connection With Weekend Tainted Candy Incident

    He was arrested late Saturday accused of distributing the THC-laced candy. Mansfield Municipal Court Magistrate Phil Naumoff set a $50,000 cash bond for Gross. According to officials, none of the people lost consciousness and are expected to make a full recovery. An eyewitness said: "They were having discomfort, not feeling normal".

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  • Bomb targeting mourners at Pakistan hospital kills at least 10

    According to investigators, the Taliban knew that lawyers would head to the hospital to mourn for their colleague and intentionally targeted the gathering. At least 70 people including lawyers and media men were killed and over 100 were injured in a suicide blast at the Civil Hospital in Quetta, on Monday morning.

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  • Pareja de ancianos mueren con minutos de diferencia en la misma habitación

    Pareja de ancianos mueren con minutos de diferencia en la misma habitación

    Ambos murieron con solo minutos de diferencia el mismo día en la misma habitación. El miércoles, cuando entró en la residencia, dijo 'no sé cuántos días tengo. Estaba en la cama. "Puedes irte también, si quieres", le dijo uno de ellos, y exactamente 20 minutos después, el padre abrió brevemente los ojos, miró a su esposa y murió.

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  • IT Dept Finds Unaccounted Wealth of Rs 130 Crore With AAP MLA

    IT Dept Finds Unaccounted Wealth of Rs 130 Crore With AAP MLA

    Earlier in July, the MLA found himself in trouble when the IT department reached his premises to carry out a raid. The department has already seized unaccounted cash and jewellery of almost Rs 1 crore from Tanwar and his brother. Also, he had floated up to 35 companies to make the transactions. The department has also reportedly found various documents showing unaccounted and benami properties.

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  • Republican national security experts: Trump would be 'dangerous' president

    But Democrats have touted the comeback of the auto industry during the Obama administration as a mark of success for the types of economic policies Clinton is supporting. Even a proposal that sounds friendly to working families - allowing parents to fully deduct the average cost of child care from their taxable income - could be worth far more to the wealthy, although he offered no details for the child care deduction.

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  • UN chief: Concern Saudi coalition not protecting Yemeni kids

    UN chief: Concern Saudi coalition not protecting Yemeni kids

    Saudi UN ambassador Abdallah Al-Mouallimi told the council that Saudi Arabia was committed to abiding by worldwide humanitarian law, has clear rules of engagement to protect civilians and believes children are a priority. He also said that Houthis were sending child soldier recruits across the borders. You are reading news and information on LongIsland.com, Long Island's Most Popular Website, Since 1996.

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  • Oracle point-of-sale system breached

    Oracle point-of-sale system breached

    Oracle also says that its own internal network was not breached, nor was the cloud computing services that it offers to other customers. Krebs said the breach appeared tied to the Carbanak Gang , which is suspected of stealing more than $1 billion from banks, retailers, and hotels a year ago.

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  • Syria: Moscow helps open humanitarian paths

    Syria: Moscow helps open humanitarian paths

    Some rebels had also surrendered to government forces, the report said. Syrian state television showed groups of people, mostly women, gathered in a government-controlled area of the city. "The humanitarian situation is more and more desperate and it's hard to find food", he added. Yesterday's military announcement triggered an uproar from worldwide humanitarian aid NGOs, who warned that starvation for the 250,000 civilians estimated to still be in that part of the city would soon follow.

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  • Mum has change of heart over unusual baby name

    Mum has change of heart over unusual baby name

    Issues like this continued, with many people unsure of how to pronounce the name or reacting badly when they heard it. After garnering more than 26,000 signatures, the name was approved. Apparently, the reaction has been very positive. While you may love the name, are you setting your bundle of joy up for a lifetime of mispronunciations and potential awkwardness whenever they introduce themselves to someone new? What does the name Ottilie mean? .

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  • BJP dubs GST as a 'revolution' in India's tax system

    BJP dubs GST as a 'revolution' in India's tax system

    He said the Kerala government had imposed a health tax, which had come in for appreciation even internationally, but it would now have to go. Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK, which had staged a walk out in the Rajya Sabha, did so in the Lok Sabha also.

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