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  • Protestors In Gabon Set Parliament Building Ablaze

    Protestors In Gabon Set Parliament Building Ablaze

    He called for global assistance to protect the 1.8 million population of the oil-producing state. Police chief Jean-Thierry Oye Zue told reporters that six of his officers had died in the post-vote riots and confirmed that there were "very probably" civilian casualties considering the "violence with which they attacked us".

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  • Hurricane watch issued for part of Florida's Gulf Coast

    About 8,000 Florida National Guard troops are ready to be deployed if needed, Scott added. To varying degrees, all of the current guidance agrees with this, with some even bringing the cyclone up to hurricane strength just before landfall. Authorities say a tropical storm watch also has been issued for the Atlantic coast from Marineland, Florida, to Altamaha Sound, Georgia. The tropical storm warning, issued Wednesday morning, covers an area from Anclote River to the Walton County-Bay County ...

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  • Scott Dixon wins IndyCar pole at Watkins Glen

    Scott Dixon wins IndyCar pole at Watkins Glen

    It was Dixon's second pole of the season and 25th of his career, tying him with Paul Tracy for 11th all-time. "The auto rolled off pretty strong", Dixon said. James Hinchcliffe of Oakville, Ont., didn't make it past the first round of qualification and will start Sunday's race in 13th after a time of 1:24.0477.

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  • Gearbox Announces Duke Nukem 3D

    Gearbox Announces Duke Nukem 3D

    In addition, the character's original voice actor, Jon St. John, will re-record many of Duke's lines. It sounds like a pretty comprehensive package. On top of that, the developers provided in-game commentary. The Duke Nukem 3D's first-person shooter gameplay resembled with the horror-centric first-person shooter game - Doom (1993).

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  • Bangladesh police kill 3, including suspect in Dhaka attack

    Bangladesh police kill 3, including suspect in Dhaka attack

    Islam said police received a tip that a small group of militants had been sheltered in a residential building in the neighborhood and that they cordoned off the area just after midnight, with the two sides exchanging gunfire. "Canadian officials are in contact with Bangladeshi authorities to gather additional information", the statement said. He used to frequent their flat in Kalyanpur and have meetings with them, give motivational speeches and guide them on planning militant attacks, ...

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  • Suspects in SoCal murder, kidnapping, found in Colorado

    The girl was Madisyn Harper, the daughter of a convict in Madera County, police said. The couple is believed to be in Harvill's 1999 green Ford Expedition, which has California plates 7BEK024 that may have been swapped for temporary paper plates, stick-figure stickers of a family and a sticker that reads "R.I.P.

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  • 'Crushed': Some Hispanic leaders feel misled by Trump

    'Crushed': Some Hispanic leaders feel misled by Trump

    Enrique probably felt like he had to speak out against Trump, since he has been heavily criticized by his fellow citizens for inviting Donald to meet with him in the first place, per Fox News . However, soon after Trump's speech, the Mexican president said they had not made any commitment to build and pay for the wall and they wouldn't pay for it.

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  • Uzbekistan's gov't says ailing president in critical state

    Islam Abduganiyevich Karimov was born on January 30, 1938, and studied economics and engineering in what was then a Soviet republic, rising through the Communist Party bureaucracy. On top of being one of the world's most repressive countries, Uzbekistan is also one of its most corrupt. Karimov was suspicious of the West and infuriated by its criticism of his human rights record, but he also dreaded Islamic militancy, fearing it could grow into a strong opposition.

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  • Turner's Release Met by Some Protesters

    Turner's Release Met by Some Protesters

    It applies to certain rapes and sexual assaults, such as Turner's conviction, along with vehicular and involuntary manslaughter, assault with a deadly weapon, domestic violence, exploding a bomb with intent to injure and other crimes. Smith urged Governor Jerry Brown to sign it. "Every day, I have to relearn that I am not fragile; I am capable; I am wholesome; I am not just the livid victim ", she said.

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  • Canadian PM Trudeau in Beijing to Meet Head of Chinese Government

    Canadian PM Trudeau in Beijing to Meet Head of Chinese Government

    According to Reuters, disputes over canola exports, government divisions over China policy and the case of a detained citizen on espionage charges are expected to limit Trudeau's visit. Li insisted through a translator that China is a country of the rule of law. Beijing is seeking to attract $100 billion from Canada into the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

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  • Texas attorney general dines with 8-year-old transgender boy

    Texas attorney general dines with 8-year-old transgender boy

    Some might have concluded that subsequently running to become the state's top legal mind - the one who decides what cases the state pursues and what government information is required to be made public - is a bad idea, but not Paxton. The lawsuit seeks a declaratory judgment over who's right about the legality of the courthouse gun ban. "It's extremely fitting that the attorney general is going to take lawless Waller County to task for their criminal behavior", Holcomb said.

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  • Apple expected to show new iPhone at event next week

    It is quite apparent that the next generation iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be unveiled at the event. The event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 7 . The invites just say " See you on the 7th ", which doesn't seem much. However reports from Apple watchers indicate that the company will not offer a huge overhaul, but will instead introduce two different-sized phones that look similar to the iPhone 6s - its update from this time ...

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  • Trump proposals 'a real threat' for Mexico — Pena Nieto

    Trump proposals 'a real threat' for Mexico — Pena Nieto

    Opposition politicians in Mexico rounded on Pena Nieto for hosting Trump . "In his darkest speech yet, Donald Trump doubled down on his anti-immigrant rhetoric and attempted to divide communities by pitting people against each other and demonizing immigrants", it said in a statement.

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  • Pakistan moving at a greater pace against terrorism: Kerry

    Over the past two days, Kerry had asked Pakistan to do more towards clearing the terrorist havens from its territory, saying groups such as the Islamic State, al Qaeda, LeT and JeM can not be fought by a nation alone. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sought closer trade, defense and energy cooperation with India as the two countries work to achieve their goal of expanding trade fivefold to $500 billion.

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  • Turkey Vows to Keep Attacking US-backed Syrian Kurd Forces

    In comments made to the state-run Anadolu news agency, Turkey's European Union affairs Minister Omer Celik said that "Turkey is a sovereign state. a legitimate state" and that "to suggest it is on a par with a terrorist organization and suggest there are talks between them, that a deal has been reached between them, this is unacceptable".

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  • Putin says Russia didn't hack US Democratic Party

    A deal to cap oil production at the OPEC meeting in Algeria from September 26 to 28 would be "prudent" and "good", Russian president Vladimir Putin told Bloomberg in an interview published earlier today. While the era of low oil prices continues, Russian Federation is still heavily dependent on crude exports. "Particularly regarding a peace treaty, the two of us alone had quite an in-depth discussion", Abe told reporters after meeting Putin in the port city of Vladivostok.

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  • More voters trust Clinton on health care

    Clinton's support has dropped steadily in the weekly tracking poll since August 25, eliminating what had been a eight-point lead for her. In 2012, the Democratic convention was held in early September, so there isn't an equivalent pre-Labor Day marker, but in the first CNN Poll of Polls compiled completely after the convention ended, Obama stood at 49%, even with Clinton's post-convention mark, while Romney's 46% far outpaced Trump's 39% average in early August.

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  • Sunderland smash transfer record to sign Lorient's Didier Ndong

    Sunderland smash transfer record to sign Lorient's Didier Ndong

    It will be an honor to wear the Sunderland shirt and I will wear it with a true understanding of what it means. Sunderland broke their transfer record by signing the midfielder. Sunderland's attempts to strengthen were trickier because they were only allowed one more domestic loan and that ended up being Manchester City's Denayer.

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  • Critical OS X, Safari updates available now

    Human rights activists should know that the handset belonged to famous human rights defender, Ahmed Mansoor. On Thursday, Apple published three security updates to fix bugs in the Mac OS X operating system and the company's Safari browser.

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  • U.S. election hacked: Federal Bureau of Investigation warns Arizona and IL voter databases breached

    Federal and state officials told the publication it was unlikely that a cyberattack would seriously disrupt the November elections, but that a threat was not out of the question. Comey, speaking at a cybersecurity conference Tuesday, declined to give details about what the FBI was investigating in connection with the political hacking but indicated the agency was closely watching what foreign countries are doing.

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  • Kaepernick, 49ers teammate kneel during national anthem

    It is hard to see in the photo above, but to the left of Kaepernick ( his right), safety Eric Reid joined him in silent protest. Nate Boyer , a former staff sergeant with the US Army Special Forces, or the Green Berets, wrote an open letter to the quarterback last week.

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  • Obama Commutes More Prisoners

    Mr. Rubalcava was sentenced in 2001 to 27 years and three months in prison for conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance. Obama also made history past year by becoming the first sitting president to visit a federal prison , where he met with prisoners.

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  • Troopers say no survivors in Alaska midair crash

    Clint Johnson, Chief of the National Transportation Safety Board Alaska Regional Office, says that State Troopers are on the scene with a Black Hawk helicopter, and that three NTSB investigators are en route to the crash site. Rescue workers flew by helicopter to the crash site from Bethel, about 100 kilometres south of Russian Mission. Neither Hageland, nor Renfro's Alaskan Adventures, which runs fishing and hunting charters, immediately responded to a request for information.

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  • China, Canada announce free trade study during Justin Trudeau's visit

    The countries are locked in a dispute over the amount of foreign material-such as other crops and weeds-found in Canadian canola exports to China. China is Canada's second largest trade partner after the United States. Trudeau made the remarks in a brief meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Beijing. Li Keqiang said political, economic and cultural cooperation had deepened since diplomatic ties were established 46 years ago.

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  • Sartaj Aziz says impression of Pakistan's global isolation mere propaganda

    Sartaj Aziz says impression of Pakistan's global isolation mere propaganda

    The letter called Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks on Balochistan and PoK as unwarranted and in complete contravention of the United Nations charter. "They (Pakistan) can write as many letters as they want (to UN)". "But if we include people ambushed or killed in battle, then it could be much more", Farzana Majeed, General Secretary of worldwide VBMP who was given asylum by the United States in December 2015, told IANS.

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  • Assembly nod for GST Bill

    Assembly nod for GST Bill

    After the Presidential assent, the government will notify the GST Council. "On implementation of GST, all sections of people will be benefited". Although GST Bill will abolish variety of taxes such as VAT, excise duty, service tax etc; it will impose a uniform tax of around 18-24% on all online purchases, that too at the first point of transaction.

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  • On Connecticut ballot: Green Party's Jill Stein

    Johnson asked, to a chorus of agreement from the crowd. Be proactive - Use the "Flag as Inappropriate" link at the upper right corner of each comment to let us know of abusive posts. While Faucheux appears willing to allow both Johnson and Stein to debate, Johnson has the most likely route to becoming more than a fringe candidate - which is why we've focused on his chances.

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  • Hawaii counties under hurricane watch

    Hawaii counties under hurricane watch

    A warning was dropped about a tropical depression that had been moving toward North Carolina. The storm is now less than 1,780 miles east of Hilo. It was expected to pick up speed and approach the northwest Florida coast Thursday night; a hurricane warning was issued for the area.

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  • Japan, US blast North Korea's submarine missile launch

    Since the start of this year, North Korea has been at the center of global attention in view of its active missile testing. In a press statement issued late yesterday evening, the Council also strongly condemned the DPRKs ballistic missile launches conducted on 2 August and 18 July, and the launching of a submarine-launched ballistic missile by the country on 9 July.

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  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz fends off primary challenger

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz fends off primary challenger

    Canova had raised about $3.3 million, an extraordinary amount for a primary challenger with no political experience. Canova has accused Wasserman Schultz of taking money from banks and corporations, while Wasserman Schultz has said Canova's funding comes from interests outside of Florida.

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  • Hastings bowls Australia to one-day series win over Lanka

    Hastings bowls Australia to one-day series win over Lanka

    Angelo Mathews limped off with a calf injury while batting. Australia seemed to be in a hurry when they came out to bat because Aaron Finch blasted a 19-ball 55 to ensure that they had the ideal start. Pathirana chipped in with a crucial 24-run cameo to help Sri Lanka pass the 200-run mark from a precarious 165 for seven. But next over Finch launched 17 runs off Amila Aponso, including four fours, and he added a further 18 off Thisara in the over after that, including one huge straight six.

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  • U.S. auto sales slow in August

    U.S. auto sales slow in August

    Ford , whose sales tumbled 8.4 percent, said its US inventory was at 81 days of supply versus 61 days a year earlier, suggesting Ford may have to cut production, increase incentives, or boost fleet sales. This isn't unexpected. After six straight years of growth - and record sales of 17.5 million new vehicles last year - the industry has been bracing for a plateau as consumer demand wanes.

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  • Workers find cocaine in French Coca Cola factory

    Workers find cocaine in French Coca Cola factory

    And it had been secretly stored in a shipping container holding orange juice, it has been reported. The company - which has not included cocaine in its signature recipe for about a century - has labeled the discovery "a very bad surprise".

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  • U.S. court upholds ban on gun sales to marijuana card holders

    U.S. court upholds ban on gun sales to marijuana card holders

    The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which covers nine Western states including California, Washington and OR, ruled the federal ban is not in violation of the Second Amendment . He says the federal law is very clear that illegal drug users can not be sold firearms, but he also thinks this decision is evidence of "real problems" within our system.

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