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  • Nuclear scientist executed in Iran

    The Associated Press could not immediately reach his family. At the time, Western countries were increasing efforts to limit Iran's nuclear program under then-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Ejeie said the USA had been "outsmarted" by Iran's intelligence services. Amiri was warned by USA officials that should he return to Iran , he might be executed, but nevertheless, he did return in July 2010, after Tehran complained to Washington that the scientist was being held there against ...

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  • Fourth suspect in Newfoundland killing arrested by Halifax police

    Fourth suspect in Newfoundland killing arrested by Halifax police

    Tuesday by the Halifax Regional Police's high-risk enforcement action team (HEAT) and patrol officers at a business in the area of Hollis and Duke Streets. Halifax Regional Police descended on the Hull Street area of the city this morning. It culminated with the discovery of Miller's body at the foot of a quiet residential driveway in Kelligrews on the morning of July 30th.

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  • Paul Pogba Manchester United Paddy Power

    Defender Eric Bailly , midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan and striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic have already joined to help United return to the Champions League. United will kick start their Premier League season at Bournemouth on Sunday. "What he has to learn now is how to play with us because I always say that in football you can be a super player, like he is, but a team is a team and you need to learn how to play in the team, and the team needs to learn how to play with you".

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  • Texas confirms its first Zika-related death with infant

    Texas confirms its first Zika-related death with infant

    Zika often causes no symptoms , but is particularly risky for pregnant women because it can lead to the birth defect microcephaly, in which infants are born with unusually small heads and deformed brains. The campaign will cover a 10-mile area that includes the one-mile-square area just north of downtown Miami that health officials have identified as the hub of Zika transmission in the state, the officials said on Tuesday.

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  • Clinton leads Trump by 2 in North Carolina

    The letter was released as another Republican lawmaker - Maine Sen. With the prospect of victory receding in the face of his shambolic campaign, Trump himself began to make excuses for a possible rout, saying the elections may be rigged. "These insiders - along with Hillary Clinton - are the owners of the disastrous decisions to invade Iraq, allow Americans to die in Benghazi, and they are the ones who allowed the rise of ISIS", Trump said.

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  • USA approves $1.15 billion sale of arms to Saudi Arabia

    USA approves $1.15 billion sale of arms to Saudi Arabia

    Additionally, the deal would include 153.50-caliber machine guns, 266 7.62mm M240 machine guns, smoke grenade launchers, armored recovery vehicles and a range of other hardware. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch called on the United Nations General Assembly in June to suspend Saudi Arabia from the U.N. Human Rights Council until the military coalition stops killing civilians in Yemen.

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  • Wal-Mart to Buy Jet.com in $3 Billion Deal

    Wal-Mart to Buy Jet.com in $3 Billion Deal

    Last year, Walmart's ecommerce sales reached about $14 billion, accounted for 3% of its total revenue. Calling the deal "another jolt of entrepreneurial spirit being injected" into the company, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. And Jet.com's popularity with millennials will help the discounter attract a younger, higher-income customer. The retail giant has just announced it is acquiring Jet.com for $3.

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  • Family of Muslim teen held over clock files lawsuit

    The Hutchison & Stoy law office in Fort Worth, Texas, filed a federal lawsuit today on behalf of Ahmed's father, The Dallas Morning News reported . Also Monday, Ahmed revealed that when he was arrested, a school resource officer "made some indirect comments like, 'that's who I thought it was, ' " he said.

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  • Trump responde a críticas de Obama y califica su mandato de

    Trump responde a críticas de Obama y califica su mandato de "desastre"

    Poco habituales por el tono, las palabras de Obama apuntaron directamente al "temperamento" y el "conocimiento" de Trump y, por extensión, a los líderes republicanos . De acuerdo a la información de Politico, lo único que mantiene un semblante de unidad en la campaña presidencial de Trump es el "odio" que la mayoría de los republicanos siente contra Hillary Clinton .

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  • UK: Five-day railway strike in England disrupts services

    Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called for Transport for London to take over the running of some of Southern's inner-city services, but No 10 gave a cool reaction to the idea. Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald said: "It has become increasingly clear that the barrier to resolving the Southern-GTR dispute is the Tory government".

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  • No Man's Sky PS4 Frame Rate confirmed, PSVR support in doubt?

    At 11 PM EST last night, first reactions from fans hit social media and most of the inital reactions are. Some are worrying however that this is the entire game and that all of their hope for this game has been squashed. The goal is to get to the center of the universe, but how you go about doing that depends on how you want to play the game. Once you turn around or slow down, it's back to 30fps.

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  • 14 dead in Saudi-led strikes on Yemen factory: Medics

    14 dead in Saudi-led strikes on Yemen factory: Medics

    The coalition intervened in March a year ago after Shiite Huthi rebels and allied forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh overran Sanaa the previous September. Yemen has been gripped by civil war since 2015, as the Shia-led Houthi movement and the predominantly Sunni forces loyal to beleaguered President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi fight for power in the country.

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  • Macedonia Floods Leave at Least 17 Dead

    Macedonian health minister Nikola Todorov said that a 15-day state of emergency would be in effect in Skopje and Tetovo. Streets were flooded, hundreds of trees brought down and many people were stranded in their vehicles in the inundated streets of the city.

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  • Labour members win court case on leadership contest

    The ruling concluded the decision to exclude those who had been members for less than six months was a breach of contract , on the basis Labour members are told they will be eligible to vote in leadership contests when they sign up. Of those that did, many did not vote the way their unions suggested they should, with not all affiliated unions supporting Miliband. And a High Court judge ruled in the Labour leader's favour - ordering Mr Foster to pay three legal bills for himself, ...

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  • Kirkpatrick Chimes in on McCain-Trump Feud

    Kirkpatrick Chimes in on McCain-Trump Feud

    John McCain - in their coming primary contests. Alaska's congressman and both USA senators are among the Republican lawmakers criticizing remarks Donald Trump made about the family of Captain Humayun Khan, a Muslim-American Army officer killed in Iraq.

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  • THC-laced candy sickens 24 people at OH music festival

    THC-laced candy sickens 24 people at OH music festival

    According to officials, none of the people lost consciousness and are expected to make a full recovery. Major Joe Masi of the Richland County Sheriff's Department told the Mansfield News Journal someone began tossing out bags of the colourful lollies on Saturday.

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  • Meade supervisará ayuda a población afectada en Puebla

    Meade supervisará ayuda a población afectada en Puebla

    Los subcomités establecidos para la evaluación del impacto de este fenómeno natural cubrirán diversos rubros como educación, salud, infraestructura carretera, electricidad y vivienda, entre otros. Dio a conocer que de los siete albergues que se instalaron para atender a la población afectada, cinco siguen ofreciendo resguardo y alimento a mujeres, niños y adultos mayores a través de Diconsa y Liconsa.

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  • S Africa's ruling party faces biggest election setback

    S Africa's ruling party faces biggest election setback

    The showings have prompted speculation over their long-term impact on President Jacob Zuma, who said the elections had been well run and proved that South Africa's democracy was maturing. The currency has since recovered and received a boost from the lack of violence during the local elections. One revolves around his using $500,000 of public money to refurbish his private home in Kwazulu-Natal, money the Constitutional Court says he must repay.

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  • 07/08/2016 @ 16:39 Ciclón Tropical en el Océano Pacífico

    07/08/2016 @ 16:39 Ciclón Tropical en el Océano Pacífico

    En el pronóstico por regiones para hoy, el Servicio Meteorológico indicó que en la Península de Baja California habrá cielo medio nublado, incremento de nubosidad por la tarde con 80 por ciento de potencial para tormentas muy fuertes a puntuales intensas con actividad eléctrica en el sur de la región.

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  • China Labels Australia 'Offshore Prison' In Drug Row

    Mark Horton is perhaps steeled for another barrage of insults with Mack Horton and Sun facing off again in the 1500-meter freestyle later this week. "I used the word drugs cheat because he tested positive", replied Horton, setting the tone for an explosive press conference and prompting Chinese officials to demand an apology.

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  • Video shows passengers evacuating during Dubai crash-landing

    Emirates Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum said in a televised news conference that medical teams handled 13 people with minor injuries. Dubai International airport, the world's third-busiest, closed minutes after the crash-landing and diverted flights for long-haul carrier Emirates and others across the UAE and into other countries.

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  • 3 deputies at Congo Road scene when man fatally shot identified

    3 deputies at Congo Road scene when man fatally shot identified

    Authorities say officers responded to a shots fired call at a home on Congo Road around nine. Burgess then fired at three deputies, and two deputies returned fire toward Burgess, Carson said. Burgess, 64, is the father of a Wilkes County deputy who wasn't involved in the incident, Carson said. "At this point in the investigation, it is unclear who fired the gunshot that caused Burgess' death".

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  • 12 feared dead in militant-police encounter in Assam's Kokrajhar

    Assam Police chief Mukesh Sahay told IANS that security forces shot dead one of the attackers. "We have to ascertain that who are exactly the people behind this dastardly act, it is very unfortunate so many people lost their lives". AK-56 and 47 series rifles along with grenades were recovered from the spot. "I am sure people of Assam will definitely maintain peace and harmony".

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  • Obama shortens sentences for 214 federal prisoners; 2 from San Antonio

    Jones was charged with distribution of less than 50 grams of cocaine base and aiding and abetting. His sentence will now end August 3, 2018, conditioned on his enrollment in a residential drug treatment program. His sentence was the oldest, according to the DOJ, and will expire on December 1. According to the administration , in some cases release will be on condition of treatment for drug addiction or counseling.

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  • Trump back in N Carolina, to visit Fayetteville, Wilmington

    Trump back in N Carolina, to visit Fayetteville, Wilmington

    The precautions were necessary because Tuesday will be Republican presidential nominee Trump's first time back in Fayetteville since March, when a young protester was punched in the face while being led out of the venue by police. "They're suffering, they're suffering". During his speech Monday, Trump proposed a significant increase in aid from the federal government to help families pay for child care.

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