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  • Phelps, Le Clos face off in 200 meter fly

    Television cameras caught Michael Phelps' serious game face before the men's 200m butterfly semifinal swim Monday as he stared in the direction of Chad Le Clos who was performing some sort of shadow boxing dance to psyche out the swimmer.

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  • Flight Attendant Adopts Dog Who Never Stopped Waiting For Her Outside Hotel

    Flight Attendant Adopts Dog Who Never Stopped Waiting For Her Outside Hotel

    She gave him an airplane blanket to keep him warm at night, and he camped out at the entrance to her hotel and waited for her, often for hours. "But it was not possible". The friendly street dog was outside Sievers' hotel. She eventually arranged for him to be re-homed. His mind had been made up, and it was then that Sievers's was too.

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  • El desolador panorama que dejó en México la tormenta Earl — En video

    El desolador panorama que dejó en México la tormenta Earl — En video

    Entrevistado en el programa ‘Fórmula Financiera', Moreno Valle recordó que el gobierno federal ya emitió una declaratoria de emergencia en la entidad ante la tragedia. La titular de la SEP, Patricia Vázquez del Mercado, reveló que pospondrán el inicio de clases en aquellas instituciones educativas que han sido afectadas por el paso de la tormenta tropical "Earl "en la sierra norte de Puebla ".

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  • London commuter trains disrupted by strike

    Rail travellers angry at a five-day walkout affecting Southern Rail trains have clashed with staff and striking workers at picket lines. However, train operator Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) says the changes would lead to fewer service cancellations as services would no longer require both drivers and conductors.

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  • Delta flights canceled for Tuesday

    Delta flights canceled for Tuesday

    At noon inside New York's LaGuardia Airport, Francesca Villardi still had no idea when her 11:50 a.m. flight to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, would depart. The airline's leaders apologized for what customers have been through and blame it on a computer problem caused by a power outage, but they add that additional delays and cancellations are expected.

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  • Pakistani lawyers mourn colleagues slain in Quetta hospital blast

    But hours later a Taliban faction also claimed responsibility, saying the attack was to avenge an ongoing offensive by Pakistan's military against Islamist militants. The suicide bombing in a Pakistan hospital in Balochistan left 70 killed, of which 40 where lawyers. Both the Pakistani Taliban and the Islamic State group have asserted responsibility for the attack, though neither claim has been verified by Pakistani authorities.

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  • Philippines Says Miss Universe IS Threat Is 'Serious'

    Philippines Says Miss Universe IS Threat Is 'Serious'

    The post reportedly contained a video on how to assemble a suicide belt and a DIY on explosives in English. ISIS leaders have always been encouraging supporters to launch local attacks in their native countries if the possibility of traveling to fight alongside the Islamic State in the group's Syria and Iraq Caliphate is not feasible.

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  • Graze wound: Baltimore County officer hurt in range exercise

    Graze wound: Baltimore County officer hurt in range exercise

    Tuesday. "These rigorous drills test officers' ability to fire with accuracy within set time constraints and in various positions and circumstances", Baltimore County Police said in a statement. The range shut down immediately after the shooting, but has since reopened. A frangible round is made of a composite material that disintegrates when it hits material harder than itself.

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  • Delta College Pitcher Shot, Killed While Playing Pokemon Go in San Francisco

    Robert Jansing . Whoever shot him is still at large. "It seems to be a random act of violence - for no reason". "There doesn't appear to be any outstanding motive right now", Robert said. I wish I got to talk to you one more time. You would never think your son would get shot in the back and not come home. "Whether that was a factor, it's all still under investigation".

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  • Bombing of hospital in Pakistan despicable: Hillary Clinton

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif flew to Quetta after the attack, and said "all state security institutions must respond with full might to decimate these terrorists". "We request that the government tracks down and punishes all those who killed innocent lawyers and other people". Pakistan's growing civil society has been vocal of its opposition to the narrow, rigid interpretation of Islam espoused by groups such as the Taliban.

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  • New technique to prevent burn scars

    New technique to prevent burn scars

    But even for those who survive the destruction of skin and tissue cells, the road to recovery is endless, as post-burn scarring creates lifelong physical, psychological and social challenges. Other methods used to treat scarring include surgery, laser therapy and electron beam irradiation, Dr. Golberg said. "Scarring is a very complex process, involving inflammation and metabolism", said Dr.

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  • Take Vajpayee line on J&K: Mehbooba

    Soon after her meeting with the Home Minister, Mehbooba said the incumbent prime minister should initiate a dialogue with Kashmir and solve the problem like Atal Bihari Vapayee did. The Chief Minister stressed on the need for taking "bold and tangible" initiatives to reach out to the people in Jammu and Kashmir. Raising the issue in Zero Hour after his notice under rule 267 seeking suspension of business to discuss the issue was disallowed, Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad said no state ...

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  • GST good but tax rate should not exceed 18%: Rahul Gandhi

    It would lead to optimum utilization of Five-Ms that lead to a healthy economy- Man, Machine, Material, Money and Minute. I thank all political parties, as well as state governments run by different parties. Out of the total 29 states in the nation, at least 15 need to ratify the bill, with the support of not less than 2/3rd of the assembly. Lawmakers have voted in favor of scrapping India's jumble of federal and state taxes and introducing a single goods-and-services tax (GST), creating a ...

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  • Drudge Report misleads readers with Hillary Clinton photo

    The photos were published by Reuters - and they show Hillary; aged 68, two years younger than Donald Trump, attempting to climb the stairs of a home. As Stelter noted , the February photos were indeed forgotten until the weekend. Hillary's falls and injuries have taken their toll, but are their other concerns? Her campaign says that she is healthy, but her public falls and coughing fits has some anxious.

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  • Trump to endorse Paul Ryan at Wisconsin rally tonight

    Republican Donald Trump took steps to steer his White House campaign back into favour with his party on Friday with reported plans to endorse US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan after expressing coolness towards him earlier this week.

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  • Clock Boy's Family Files Lawsuit

    The family of a Muslim teen arrested for taking a homemade clock to school, only to have it mistaken for a fake bomb, filed a lawsuit yesterday claiming his civil rights were violated. She also asserted that the school district has a history of discrimination. Meanwhile, district officials said , "Irving ISD continues to deny violating the student's rights and will respond to claims in accordance with court rules".

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  • Mineros inician mañana bloqueos de carreteras

    Mineros inician mañana bloqueos de carreteras

    La dirigencia de la Federación Nacional de Cooperativas Mineras (Fencomin), no asistió ayer al diálogo que tenía pactado con el Gobierno y ratificó que desde mañana iniciará bloqueos de caminos a nivel nacional, reportó Erbol. "La existencia de sindicatos en esas cooperativas, la ley solo ratifica la existencia de esos sindicatos", aseguró el Vicepresidente. Insistió que la norma aprobada no modifica nada de lo que en la actualidad ya existe y tampoco "en ningún momento se está afectando en ...

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  • Met Police still running Windows XP on 27000 computers

    Met Police still running Windows XP on 27000 computers

    The deal, which was used by the Met, cost the government over £5m but it ended in April previous year. "I have fond memories of XP, I've only just got rid of it myself a few months ago", said Mr Boff. He also questioned the Met's choice of operating system upgrade - not to Windows 7, the most widely used supported version of Windows that everyone would be familiar with, or Windows 10, the latest version, but Windows 8.1.

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  • Chief justice will go to trial-like proceeding

    The Judicial Inquiry Commission is calling for Moore's removal. "Before and after the hearing Moore supporters many carrying signs including "Judge Moore was Right" and gay rights groups that held signs such as "#NoMoore" exchanged words outside the Helflin-Torbert Judicial Building where the hearing was held in Montgomery.

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  • Tormenta Javier Deja Lluvias En Gran Parte Del País [MAPAS — Clima Hoy

    Para la zona del Estado de México y área cercana al Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México , se esperan fuertes lluvias para el martes, acompañadas de actividad eléctrica y posibilidad de granizo. - La tormenta tropical "Javier" se debilitó a depresión tropical , pero sus efectos seguirán impactando la costa suroeste de Baja California Sur .

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  • 'Iron Lady' Irom Sharmila set to end fast

    By November 9, she had been arrested under Section 309 of the IPC which criminalizes attempted suicide. It is unusual but true that people here including family and friends are maintaining a studied silence over Sharmila's desire to call of fast.

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  • ONU: Se necesita

    ONU: Se necesita "pausa humanitaria" para 1,5 millones de personas en Alepo

    El régimen de Damasco intensificó sus bombardeos contra los rebeldes. El Fondo de Naciones Unidas para la Infancia (Unicef) advirtió hoy que dos millones de personas que viven en la ciudad siria de Alepo se han quedado sin suministro de agua tras los ataques contra la estación de transmisión de electricidad que bombeaba agua a las partes oriental y occidental de la ciudad devastada por la guerra.

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  • "No estemos callados, no estemos quietos" — Hebe de Bonafini

    El letrado sostuvo que desconoce si el acto se concretará en Tribunales o en la sede de Madres de Plaza de Mayo porque "eso va a depender de la salud de Hebe, que sufre de asma, hipertensión y diabetes". Varios de ellos están citados por el juez: el senador y ex gobernador de Santiago del Estero Gerardo Zamora , el gobernador de Santa Fe Miguel Lifschitz, el ex jefe de Gabinete y actual intendente de Resistencia Jorge Capitanich y al ex gobernador de Misiones Fabián Maurice Closs .

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  • 'Stranger Things' iconic poster created on Apple's iPad Pro

    'Stranger Things' iconic poster created on Apple's iPad Pro

    The now iconic poster for the collection, which successfully mimics the look of basic film posters of the '80s, was created on the iPad Professional by UK-based artist Kyle Lambert , who additionally used the Apple Pencil. The artwork was then exported to Photoshop where he upscaled the image to a higher resolution and took care of colour work using his Intuos Wacom tablet .

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  • Google Inbox finally lets you attach files from Drive

    Google Inbox finally lets you attach files from Drive

    These type of app integrations appear to be the next step for Inbox, which has proven to be a fertile testing ground for Google's Gmail team to reimagine how email functions. Other requested features include the ability to drag-and-drop contacts between to, cc, and bcc in compose on the web and the ability to delete right from the inbox.

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  • Autopsy begins on boy killed at Schlitterbahn water park ride

    The incident remains under investigation. Kansas state Senator Pat Pettey said the tragedy occurred during the park's "elected officials day" and that she was at the site. Scott Schwab who released a statement with his wife asking for privacy while they grieve. Because of heavy demand, rides are scheduled by reservation at the time the park opens each day.

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  • Gold up slightly in Asia ahead of BoJ policy review, rate decision

    In its statement the BoJ board said its monetary easing and negative interest rate policy , in concert with the government's large-scale stimulus package, would produce "synergy effects on the economy". The BoJ also held negative interest rates unchanged at -0.1%. Financial markets gyrated following the decision. A US-dollar lending program was expanded to $24 billion from $12 billion.

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  • Rail workers vote for Virgin strike over 'bulldozed' cuts

    But the RMT has accused the Transport Department of "sabotaging" last week's talks. Mr Cash said: 'RMT can confirm that we were within an inch of making progress towards boxing off a deal with Southern in ACAS talks on Friday afternoon that was based on the offer from Scotrail, an offer that enabled us to suspend all industrial action in the Scotrail guards dispute.

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  • Putin, Erdoğan doing 'the right thing' by mending ties, Gorbachev says

    Tuesday's talks in St. Petersburg mark the first meeting between the two leaders since Russia and Turkey began normalizing relations following the downing of a Russian jet in November previous year. "Your visit today, despite a very hard situation regarding domestic politics, indicates that we all want to restart dialogue and restore relations between Russian Federation and Turkey", Putin said after the two leaders shook hands.

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