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  • Demandan a Hillary Clinton por muerte de dos estadounidenses

    Demandan a Hillary Clinton por muerte de dos estadounidenses

    La demanda la interpuso la organización conservadora Freedom Watch ante un juzgado del Distrito de Columbia en nombre de Smith y Woods. Acusan a Hillary Clinton de negligencia . De hecho, Smith afirmó que la exprimera dama debería estar en "prisión". Además los habría intimidado, lo que les habría generado angustia emocional.

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  • Meet Ginny Thrasher: Winner of Team USA's First Gold Medal in Rio

    Meet Ginny Thrasher: Winner of Team USA's First Gold Medal in Rio

    As a freshman at West Virginia University, Thrasher led the Mountaineers to their 18th NCAA team rifle championship, and also won individual titles in smallbore and air rifle. Despite the challenges, she remained focused and ultimately relied on her shooting ability. To note, Li competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics, where she won the gold medal in the 10-meter air rifle in women's division.

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  • UK's Labour Party to appeal voting rights ruling

    UK's Labour Party to appeal voting rights ruling

    Around 65% of the roughly 140,000 people who successfully applied to join Labour since January support Corbyn, according to early sampling . Some new members paid £25 to sign up as one-off registered supporters when they were blocked from voting in the contest.

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  • US Supreme Court blocks Transgender Bathroom ruling

    US Supreme Court blocks Transgender Bathroom ruling

    Acting on a 5-3 vote , the Supreme Court put the lower court's groundbreaking decision on hold as the school board appeals the case. "Today's Supreme Court order is deeply disappointing and subjects Gavin Grimm and students like him to unsafe and discriminatory conditions as they begin returning to school in the coming weeks", said HRC Legal Director Sarah Warbelow.

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  • New images suggest China militarizing disputed islands: NY Times

    For China to assert a more benign objective, he said, would be "like saying you're building a mansion, but only living on the first floor". Air force spokesman Senior Col. Its claims derive from a map drawn in the 1940s that show a dashed line stretching south from China and encircling nearly all of the sea. The flurry of Chinese incursions into the waters follows a period of sustained pressure on China about its activities in the South China Sea, and Chinese criticism of what it saw as ...

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  • PM Soothes, FM Plays Hardball as GST Bill Sails Through Lok Sabha

    Speaking on similar lines, CPM's Karunanakaran also expressed concerns about states' not having the liberty to levy taxes. The bill, passed by the Upper House, will also give the Indian government unprecedented powers to set tax rates on goods and services, apart from streamlining the country's convoluted tax laws into a uniform system.

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  • Marchan normalistas y padres de los 43 en Tixtla

    Marchan normalistas y padres de los 43 en Tixtla

    La marcha se realiza horas antes de que el gobernador Héctor Astudillo Flores y al alcalde de Tixtla , el perredista Hossein Nabor Guillén , realicen una guardia de honor en el sitio considerado como la cuna de Vicente Guerrero. En el lugar también se encuentran integrantes de la Coordinadora Estatal de Trabajadores de la Educación en Guerrero ( CETEG ), estudiantes de la Normal y policías comunitarios.

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  • Teen's family sues over clock arrest; school district denies violation of rights

    Ahmed Mohamed was arrested at his Irving, Texas , high school for bringing a homemade digital clock made of a plastic pencil box, electric wires, and other hardware. Protesters demonstrated at a news conference Monday announcing the lawsuit. " When we have given in to fear and hate, we flounder ". Now a freshman in high school, Ahmed says he can't build anything anymore.

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  • Trump's Economic Plan Focuses On Tax Cuts, Regulation Reductions, Domestic Energy

    That's up from only 2 in 10 voters in June 2015. Critics blame NAFTA for encouraging the outsourcing of jobs that have taken away many middle-class employment opportunities. Larry Kudlow, an informal Trump adviser and CNBC commentator, wrote on CNBC.com that Trump will pledge to lower marginal tax rates on both large and small businesses and on all income classes.

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  • Aseguran que Bonafini podría ir presa "en cualquier momento"

    El premio Nobel de la Paz consideró que el juez Marcelo Martínez de Giorgi pudo haber teniendo en cuenta tanto "la edad" de Hebe de Bonafini (88) como que se trata de una "luchadora por los derechos humanos", y en este sentido podría haberle tomado declaración indagatoria a la dirigente en el domicilio o los lugares que ella frecuenta.

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  • Pokemon Go makers face trespassing lawsuit

    Pokemon Go makers face trespassing lawsuit

    Only Brazil was explicitly mentioned in the post, but it's a safe bet that Niantic will try to reach as many markets as possible with its latest mobile gaming sensation. It's just that they had to devote time and effort into fixing this other problem, which diverted their resources from developing new features or fixing old ones.

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  • Consejo de Estado tumbó inhabilidad de 18 años de Piedad Córdoba

    Consejo de Estado tumbó inhabilidad de 18 años de Piedad Córdoba

    De la misma manera, se afirma que las pruebas recolectadas por el procurador Ordóñez se basaban en los computadores de Luis Edgar Devia, alias 'Raúl Reyes' , el canciller de las Farc , muerto tras un bombardeo ejecutado por el estado colombiano en un campamento que la guerrilla de las Farc tenían en Ecuador, esto en el marco de la llamada Operación Fénix.

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  • Erdogan dismisses new threat claim from Gulen movement

    The warrant further asserts that high-ranking members of the organization working in state institutions conspired to carry out the coup after receiving "instructions" from Gulen, subsequently committing multiple crimes including shooting and killing civilians and attacking several government buildings.

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  • Bench Warrant Issued For Tyga's Arrest, Judges Needs To See The Receipts

    Rezai claimed that Tyga signed a lease in June of 2011 for one year, but stopped paying rent in September of 2012 and stated his intentions to leave the house that same month, according to TMZ . L.A. Superior Court Judge Nancy L. Newman decided in March that Tyga should pay $480,285, which would cover the alleged damage, unpaid rent and legal fees.

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  • "Javier" se debilita en su paso por BCS

    De acuerdo con el último reporte, a las 19:00 horas, este sistema se ubicaba a 80 kilómetros al sur sureste de Cabo San Lucas , con vientos de 100 kilómetros por hora en su centro y se espera que mantenga o incremente la velocidad de sus vientos.

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  • Syrian opposition hails 'miracle' Aleppo win

    Aleppo has been a battleground since 2012, when it was stormed by the opposition and divided into a regime-controlled western half and an east under rebel dominion. The Syrian state news agency said on Sunday morning that the air force was carrying out "intensive" strikes on areas of south-western Aleppo . He said some 700 fighters from the government and the insurgent side were killed in the week of fighting.

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  • El Partido Radical se renueva:

    El Partido Radical se renueva: "Gobernar con la gente"

    El rostro del senador será parte de la campaña electoral y será utilizada por los candidatos a alcaldes de la colectividad. Ante ello, luego de varias reuniones en el PR decidieron salir con toda la artillería para las municipales, y para ello idearon el eslogan y lo que han denominado como el "sello Guillier".

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  • Indian human rights activist ends 16-year hunger strike

    She left the prison hospital this morning. However, she has now chose to give up her fast and pursue her aim through politics. If am elected and will get power I will struggle for removal of AFSPA. She is disappointed with Sharmila's decision. In fact, to me, the despair in her words and voice shows that India has failed Irom Sharmila and not vice versa.

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  • Roy Moore headed to trial; court denies motion to dismiss charges

    She said she wants people to know that, "Chief Justice Roy Moore has made disparaging comments about multiple types of communities", the LGBTQ community in particular. A court is considering whether suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore should lose his job for an order on gay marriage. He's recalled that Moore was removed from office in 2003 for defying a federal court order on the Ten Commandments, and he said Moore is again defying federal courts with his opposition to gay weddings.

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  • Jury in Place For Kane Trial

    Jurors are being questioned Monday for the expected weeklong trial of outgoing Attorney General Kathleen Kane. The courtroom was full to capacity Monday with potential jurors. Kane is charged with perjury, obstruction, official oppression and other offenses. Kane, out for revenge, gathered documents from a Fina-led grand jury case that had likewise been dropped, prosecutors said.

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  • Delta cancels more flights in wake of computer-system outage

    Kris Baker, who was trying to depart BWI on Monday afternoon for Seattle to visit her pregnant daughter, said she tried searching for the status of her flight on the airline's website with no luck. Delta was still attempting to "reset the operation" and get crews, aircraft and other operations in place, the second-biggest US carrier said in a statement .

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  • Manipuri activists Irom Sharmila ends fast, but says her fight will continue

    The grueling exercise of giving up consumption of food and water, and a great deal of personal sacrifice by Sharmila, has not moved the government on AFSPA. It is believed that she will campaign as an independent candidate in an election due to take place next year in Manipur, an impoverished, landlocked state in India's remote northeastern belt.

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  • Fathers' pressure group occupies Labour leader Corbyn's roof

    Frontrunner Mr Corbyn will later travel to Cardiff for a live debate with Mr Smith, who has warned he is "deeply worried" the Labour Party is going to split. He has also dismissed the idea Labour could split if he is re-elected leader. He added: "Maybe some of the reason Jeremy hasn't worked so hard, in my view, at holding together the Labour Party, is that he doesn't see that as important".

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  • Paul Ryan's Republican Opponent: 'Why Do We Have Muslims In The Country?'

    On Friday, Trump endorsed Ryan and Senators John McCain of Arizona and Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire during a campaign stop in Green Bay, a show of support that could be a step to mend his frayed relations with fellow Republicans. We need very strong leadership. "That goes with any situation in any kind of race". "She is such a weak candidate that one would think we'd be on offense against Hillary Clinton, and it is distressing that that's not what we're talking about these days".

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  • Japan's emperor says he's concerned about fulfilling duties

    The 82-year-old monarch, who has had heart surgery and received cancer treatment, said that sometimes he feels "various constraints" in his physical fitness. Emperor Akihito didn't directly use the word "abdication" in Monday's message. Jeff Kingston, director of Asian studies at Temple University, believes that Akihito implied in his speech that Japanese lawmakers make changes to imperial household law that would enable him to abdicate.

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  • USA envoy hits back at suggestion US provoked North Korea

    USA envoy hits back at suggestion US provoked North Korea

    It is a considerable threat for our national security that North Korea's missile has landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone. The missile landed in the sea off North Korea's east coast, and comes as South Korean and American officials discuss upgrades to anti-ballistic defense systems.

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  • Erdogan arrives in St. Petersburg for meeting with Putin

    Erdogan referred to President Putin as his "friend" and said he wanted to open a new page in relations with Russian Federation. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Russian President Vladimir Putin Tuesday in St. "I believe that our solidarity will help toward the resolution of regional problems", he said. Mr Putin, one of the first to call the Turkish leader to offer his support in the putsch's aftermath, has positioned himself as a reliable ally even though ties between ...

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  • Vamos a demostrar desfalco de Javier Duarte, asegura gobernador electo

    Vamos a demostrar desfalco de Javier Duarte, asegura gobernador electo

    Agregó que el PRI perdió Veracruz por muchos factores: "tiene qué ver con una mala estrategia". Incluso, al referirse a la controversia constitucional que interpuso el Ejecutivo federal contra la iniciativa anticorrupción en Veracruz , argumentó que su iniciativa buscaba armonizar el Sistema Estatal Anticorrupción con el Sistema Nacional Anticorrupción y que en términos generales plantean lo mismo.

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  • Putin organises his own Olympics for banned stars

    Last month, the IWF said its executive board had chose to suspend for a year national federations that produced three or more doping violations in re-tests from the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games - made possible by improved detection techniques.

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