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  • Poland's ministers in Britain to discuss safety of Poles

    Poland's ministers in Britain to discuss safety of Poles

    The death of Mr Jozwik has been devastating for his family. "We're scared to go somewhere, we're scared to go out in case someone waits somewhere for you", she said. Recently released figures have shown a surge in suspected race hate crimes on the railway network since the vote for Brexit. A 48-hour dispersal order began at 7pm on Wednesday in a bid to keep potential trouble-makers away from the area.

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  • No US-Russia deal on Syria

    No US-Russia deal on Syria

    Obama complained about "gaps of trust" between himself and Putin to CNN . "This discussion goes to the heart of how we build an economy that works for everyone", she said. US officials have decried the attack but stopped short of assigning blame publicly. Mr Obama said talks with Mr Putin centred on how "to institute a meaningful, serious, verifiable cessation of hostilities in Syria, and our capacity to provide some humanitarian relief" there.

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

    Previously, Nieto was criticized for being too soft on Trump for not blasting the later's "insulting" attitude face in face. "A Trump presidency ensures us that our southern border will be secured, our current laws will be enforced and sanctuary cities will be put to an end".

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  • Russia & Saudi Arabia discussing oil production freeze - Russian energy minister

    Russia & Saudi Arabia discussing oil production freeze - Russian energy minister

    Critics say any freeze would be mostly symbolic - OPEC is pumping more oil than ever before, and freezing production at extremely high levels wouldn't really help fix an oversupplied market. OPEC-member UAE "is keen on supporting and contributing to any common efforts aimed at achieving balance in the oil market", he said in remarks cited by WAM state news agency .

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  • Galaxy Note7 media statement — Samsung New Zealand

    Richard Fink, Samsung Australia vice president IT & mobile, has advised that courtesy devices will become available from Wednesday. "Samsung hopes to recover from the initial setback through new initiatives", a source said . Samsung is now offering replacements for anyone who has already purchased the smartphone. Samsung late Friday issued an official statement on exchange of the Galaxy Note 7 devices for customers in the US.

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  • Rafael Nadal Insists He's Capable Of Competing For Grand Slams

    Pouille was joined in the quarterfinals by a pair of countrymen, No. 9 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and No. 10 Gael Monfils , giving France three men's quarterfinalists at the American Grand Slam tournament for the first time in 89 years. "It was a very close match, anything can happen". We're right in the middle of the US Open, the last of the four grand slam tournaments each year. "If I am hundred percent healthy, I have the energy to keep going".

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  • Police ID officer, suspect killed in New Mexico

    Police ID officer, suspect killed in New Mexico

    A New Mexico shootout that claimed the life of officer Clint Corvinus in Alamogordo County, New Mexico is but the latest in a spree showing the rising danger of being a cop in the United States. Moreno then pointed the gun at the two officers, at which point the second officer shot at Moreno, Armijo said. A mugshot of Moreno shows a tattoo of skeleton teeth on his jaw.

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  • Under pressure, South Sudan agrees to 4000 new peacekeepers

    Under pressure, South Sudan agrees to 4000 new peacekeepers

    United Nations peacekeepers have been deployed in South Sudan since 2011, when the country gained independence from Sudan. Facing intense global pressure, war-ravaged South Sudan on Sunday agreed to the deployment of a 4,000-member regional protection force approved last month by the United Nations Security Council.

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  • Bill Clinton to campaign in Orlando Wednesday

    We do not know the truth. "The fact that even the vice president can't vouch for the Clinton Foundation's ethics speaks volumes about Hillary Clinton's bad judgment". Trump has refused to release his tax returns, citing the fact that recent years are under audit. Using the foundation as a parking lot/honey pot for your retainers and as an apparent conduit for special access to the highest levels of government in exchange for significant donations would probably be disqualifying in a normal ...

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  • Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day

    The governor's response to the question about who would pay for the wall - a cornerstone of Trump's candidacy - came after Trump double-downed after a trip to Mexico to meet its president, Enrique Peña Nieto, that the country would end up paying for the wall.

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  • Boise State rolls past Louisiana-Lafayette 45-10

    This season, Rypien appears to have picked up right where he left off, going 22-of-33 for 347 passing yards and two touchdowns in the Broncos' season opening win over Louisiana-Lafayette. Boise State easily dispatched of Louisiana-Lafayette, 45-10, and emptied Cajun Field in the first half as the Broncos raced out to a 35-3 lead at the half.

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  • Hermine leaves 2 dead as storm crashes us holiday weekend

    At 11 p.m. EDT on Sunday , Hermine's center was about 325 miles (523 km) southeast of Long Island, the eastern tip of NY, the hurricane center said. Hermine , the first hurricane to make landfall in Florida in 11years, swept ashore on Friday near St Marks town with winds of 129 kmph.

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  • Donald Trump To Participate In All Three Debates

    Donald Trump To Participate In All Three Debates

    Trump clarified very clearly when he got to Arizona later in that day that he will build that wall". I think it is an important element of what we're doing. Pressed on what could cause him to change his mind, Trump replied, "Hurricanes, natural disaster ..." before trailing off. "I did them in the other cases".

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  • Seoul says North Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles

    Lockheed, however, may eventually benefit from North Korea's latest launches if the South increases the size of its order or even if it can parlay China's fears about the system into a selling point to other customers. She also noted that North Korea is learning from its mistakes. In June, after a string of failures, North Korea sent an intermediate Musudan missile more than 1,400 kilometers (870 miles) high in a test launch that outside analysts said showed progress in efforts to ...

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  • Modi meets UK's new PM Theresa May

    Modi meets UK's new PM Theresa May

    And as the G20 Summit ended, Modi Metthe leaders of Britain, Argentinaand Turkey. "Those who sponsor and support terrorism must be isolated and sanctioned, not rewarded", he said, hinting at China's growing proximity with Pakistan. This was Modi's first bilateral with May, who succeeded David Cameron after the Brexit vote in June. Leading discussions on Inclusive and Interconnected Development, Prime Minister emphasized elaborative action over the next 15 years by suggesting specific ...

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  • Couple wanted in California killing arrested in Colorado

    The cross-country hunt for a murdered mom's half-sister and ex-con "friend" was underway Thursday as the pair was suspected of kidnapping the victim's three children. Her children Joslynn, Brayden and Rylee Watkins - aged two, three and five, respectively - were taken either just before or after her death, cops said.

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  • Auburn Falls to Clemson 19-13

    Congratulations to Malzahn's staff for producing what promises to be Auburn's best defense in years. With the skill players the Tigers have returning Dabo Swinney may have the best offense in all of college football . Meanwhile Gallman banged out 123 yards on thirty carries. The Tigers capitalized on Gallman's 1-yard score on fourth-and-goal to take their first lead.

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  • World leader publicly calls Obama 'son of a wh-re'

    Mr Duterte has been under intense global scrutiny over the more than 2,000 suspected drug dealers and users killed since he took office. While Price's statement didn't give a reason for the scheduling change, Duterte on Monday rejected US criticism of the methods he's using in his anti-drug campaign, saying it was an internal Philippine matter.

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  • Tim Kaine can't defend Hillary's Russian reset

    Both an Apple laptop and a thumb drive containing a 2013 archive of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails was lost after being put in the mail and never provided to the FBI according to the agency's documentation of it's investigation into Clinton's mishandling of classified information.

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  • Bumpy Start to Obama's China Trip, Beginning With the Stairs

    Bumpy Start to Obama's China Trip, Beginning With the Stairs

    HANGZHOU, China Setting aside their cyber and maritime disputes, President Barack Obama and China's President Xi Jinping on Saturday sealed their nations' participation in last year's Paris climate change agreement. The swift action is likely to spur other nations to move with more dispatch, both to formalize the deal and to cut emissions , said Jake Schmidt, director of worldwide programs for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

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  • New Turkish tank incursion into Syria

    New Turkish tank incursion into Syria

    Turkish soldiers drive a tank to Syria from the Turkish-Syrian border city of Karkamis on August 27. Turkey's military says its right to self-defense as well as United Nations resolutions to combat the IS group justify its Syria incursions.

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  • Mississippi adult obesity rate stays second-worst in 2015

    Mississippi adult obesity rate stays second-worst in 2015

    In 1991, no state had an obesity rate higher than 20 percent. A recently released report says Oklahoma has the eighth-highest adult obesity rate in the nation. Just behind Colorado on the list were Washington D.C. (22.1 percent), Hawaii (22.7 percent) and Montana (23.6 percent). Since that time, Minnesota's obesity rate held steady until it ticked up from 2013 to 2014 (from 25.5 percent to 27.6 percent).

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  • 26 people rescued from sinking boat off Mexican coast

    26 people rescued from sinking boat off Mexican coast

    Conditions made a tow impossible, the Coast Guard said. Crews were called to the area around 2:45 a.m. on a report that a 60-foot commercial fishing vessel named Storm was soft aground near Wachapreague Inlet. By this time the heavy seas made it too risky to try and transfer people directly between the two vessels. The helo crew then hoisted all three crewmen from Storm , as well as their dog onboard.

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  • Pope hails volunteers on eve of Mother Teresa sainthood

    Pope hails volunteers on eve of Mother Teresa sainthood

    Hemley Gonzalez, who started his own NGO in Kolkata as a response to the alleged deficiencies he witnessed when volunteering at Missionaries of Charity eight years ago, calls it "a modern-day cult". Far away from the solemnity of the ceremony at the Vatican, in a quiet corner in south Delhi's Jangpura, the white sari-clad sisters of the Missionaries of Charity's Jeevan Jyoti Home await the moment in silence because they are observing nine days of prayers - the Novena - which ends on the day ...

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  • Striking miners kill deputy minister in Bolivia

    Striking miners kill deputy minister in Bolivia

    By the time Llanes got to the protest they were also demanding justice for the death of two protesters killed in clashes with police earlier this week. However, the miners, who were striking to demand more mining concessions and less regulation, chose to lift their protest in order to avoid further clashes.

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  • Probe opens into French restaurateur's anti-Muslim tirade

    A video of the incident has gone viral on social media and received a lot of criticism after an unidentified customer recorded the entire scene on his camera. The women in the video have not yet spoken out about what happened. The owner of the restaurant has publicly apologised. Around 30 French towns have banned the burqini from their beaches, with some mayors linking the bans to the extremist massacre of 84 people in Nice last month.

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  • Arriving in China, Obama promotes climate legacy

    Arriving in China, Obama promotes climate legacy

    Obama and Xi Jinping submitted their plan to join the agreement to the U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who is in China to witness the announcement. US President Barack Obama arrived in the Chinese city of Hangzhou on Saturday for the upcoming G20 summit on his 11th tour of Asia before his term expires.

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  • Sheriff: Man confesses in killings of 2 Mississippi nuns

    Sheriff: Man confesses in killings of 2 Mississippi nuns

    Following the arrest of a man in connection with the killing of two nuns in MS last week, the nephew of one of the nuns says the family is "thankful that he's off the streets". We wish to offer our deepest appreciation to the MS state and local law enforcement teams and to the many other public servants who have worked tirelessly the past two days, under extremely hard circumstances, to investigate the sisters' deaths and gather evidence.

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  • Florida Gators 24, Massachusetts Minutemen 7

    But Del Rio was not necessarily dynamic. The safety-linebacker hybrid made plays in the box and in the secondary and figures to be a big contributor. "No turnovers, that's a big plus", Del Rio said. Linebackers Jarrod Davis (40) and Alex Anzalone (34) stood out on defense for the Gators. GAME-CHANGER? Florida could potentially go from having one of the worst kicking situations in the country to one of the best.

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  • Pokemon Go Gross Revenue To Hit $500 Million Soon

    The game's problems have seen it lose over 15 million Pokemon GO users who were previously playing Niantic's mobile title daily, and it is fair to say that, for now, the pandemonium created by Pokemon GO's limited release has begun to calm down slightly.

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  • Alex Noren wins European Masters in playoff with Scott Hend

    The pair finished on 17-under par after four rounds, leading to a tie-break to determine the victor at Crans-sur-Sierre in Switzerland. The Australian, who won the True Thailand Classic in March and represented his country at the Rio Olympics, started the day a shot off the pace but picked up four birdies on the front nine and two more after the turn before a bogey at the last left him on 13 under.

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  • Turkey pushes west in offensive against Islamic State in Syria

    Turkey pushes west in offensive against Islamic State in Syria was posted in World of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on September 03, 2016 and was last updated on September 03, 2016. The U.S. has provided extensive aid and airstrikes to the YPG-led Syria Democratic Forces, which have proven to be highly effective against IS. "U.S.

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine forms; Tropical Storm warnings in effect

    A tropical storm warning was issued for Anclote River to the Walton/Bay county line, FL, on the Gulf and from Marineland, FL, to Altamaha Sound, Georgia on the Atlantic coast. Residents living in flood prone areas are encouraged to bring a shovel to one of the 15 locations and sandbag their homes. The coast from Wilmington toward the SC border could see several inches of rain Friday and Friday night, forecasters in the weather service's Morehead City office said.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 leaks in press images

    Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 leaks in press images

    Sadly, the Galaxy Folder 2 and the Veyron's launch and release details have yet to surface, but there are rumors that the Veyron could be a China-exclusive handset, just like its predecessor. It comes with rotating bezel along with enhanced new features. This device is essentially a variant of the Galaxy J2 (2016) launched previously. The display is protected by Gorilla Glass 4 on top to save the screen from scratches.

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  • Kurdish rebels, 1 Turkish soldier killed in clashes

    The fighting between Turkey's military and the Kurdish forces has raised concern in the United States that it could detract them from the battle against the Islamic State group and frustrate anti-IS efforts by the US -led coalition. Western officials have expressed alarm that the fighting between the US allies has diverted their attention from the fight against the Islamic State group.

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