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  • US Secretary of State John Kerry meets PM Modi in New delhi

    Kerry reiterated that Pakistan had to work on terror sanctuaries and push harder against "indigenous groups" operating from its soil, which are creating difficulties in India and Afghanistan. The Secretary of State said leading nations can no longer ignore threats beyond its borders. Earlier this year, the USA led an initiative for India to gain admission to the bloc that trades in sophisticated nuclear material and technology, but China and a group of countries blocked India's membership bid.

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  • Lawmaker: Probe deleted Clinton emails cited in FBI report

    Lawmaker: Probe deleted Clinton emails cited in FBI report

    Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine on Sunday defended Hillary Clinton against criticism over her handling of classified information as secretary of state, saying she was unaware of the sensitivity of some information she exchanged over email because it had been "improperly labeled".

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  • Iran says hajj stampede victims 'murdered' by Saudi authorities

    Iran says hajj stampede victims 'murdered' by Saudi authorities

    Saudi Arabia has failed to utilize lessons from previous disasters to reduce or eliminate future consequences. And numerous dead were Iranian. " Saudi Arabia is a "cursed tree"; its rulers involved the Islamic world in civil wars that resulted in the death of innocents by establishing takfiri [Islamist militant] groups", the statement read."Instead of providing an official excuse for the incident and holding accountable any officials who were responsible, Saudi officials simply evaded the ...

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  • Djokovic advances to semis after another shortened match

    And that turned out to be true. The 10th-seeded Monfils beat Pouille 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 in an all-French quarterfinal Tuesday. "I'm happy with my performance. And Djokovic believes that he is now reaching the peak in terms of his form, and has no concerns over a lack of rhythm at the business end of the competition.

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  • Apple Pay Expected To Launch In Japan Next Year

    Apple Pay Expected To Launch In Japan Next Year

    Apple confirmed the Suica news today, saying that Japanese users can commute and pay for everyday items with Suica from JR East, as well as make payments in stores, in apps, and on the web. "Beginning in October, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Apple Watch Series 2 users will be able to make purchases in stores anywhere Suica, iD or QUICPay is accepted, encompassing almost two-thirds of all transactions at Japan's largest merchants", Apple adds.

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  • Obama, Putin, agree to continue seeking deal on Syria

    Obama, Putin, agree to continue seeking deal on Syria

    The $90 million to clean up bombs joins another $100 million the USA has committed in the past 20 years. On opposing sides of many global issues, the USA and Russian Federation are nonetheless trying to broker a deal to address the Syrian civil war and perhaps even partner militarily there.

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  • Two die in collapse of multistorey auto park

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the site late Monday night, eschewing the Federation Internationale de Football Association 2018 World Cup qualifying soccer match between Israel and Italy being held in Jerusalem . "We are very anxious if we will succeed in reaching those same people whose voices we can definitely hear". Teams worked all night to search for survivors inside the wreckage of the multilevel parking garage under construction that collapsed.

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  • Obama, Duterte meet despite Filipino leader's crude language

    Obama, Duterte meet despite Filipino leader's crude language

    Mr. Duterte's outburst prompted Washington to cancel the bilateral meeting between the two leaders on Tuesday. However, he expressed alarm after a Philippine surveillance plane recently spotted four Chinese coast guard ships, four suspected barges, including one equipped with what appeared to be a crane, and two people-carrying ferries at the Scarborough Shoal off his country's northwestern coast.

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  • Delta: 5-hour computer outage cost us $150 million

    Delta: 5-hour computer outage cost us $150 million

    With a market cap of $0.0, Delta Air Lines, Inc. has a PE of 6 with a 52 week low of $32.60 and a 52 week high of $52.77. USA airline stocks jumped on Wednesday after Delta Air Lines dal said sales trends were improving and Southwest Airlines luv said it would slow its breakneck growth of flights in 2017, giving investors hope that the industry could recover from a revenue rut.

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  • Mother Teresa of Kolkata to be made a saint today

    Mother was declared a Saint by Pope Francis before over 1.20 lakh devotees at the Vatican on Sunday, becoming one of the fastest Saints in the history of the Catholic Church. Mother Teresa, known as the " saint of the gutters " during her life, was made a saint of the Roman Catholic Church, 19 years after her death. While Francis is clearly keen to hold Teresa up as a model for her joyful dedication to the poor, he was also recognizing holiness in a nun who lived most of her adult life in ...

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  • After easy win, Rubio has bigger challenge to keep seat

    Beruff rolled the dice to see if the anti-establishment mood powering Donald Trump's presidential campaign could send him to Washington as well. "Patrick Murphy is an enthusiastic supporter of the nuclear deal with Iran, " Rubio told his cheering supporters at the Embassy Suites in Kissimmee, Florida after calling his opponent "nothing more than an old-fashioned liberal" who supports ideas that are unsafe for the country.

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  • Volkswagen Truck & Bus buying stake in Navistar for $256M

    Volkswagen Truck & Bus buying stake in Navistar for $256M

    That amount is expected to grow as the companies continue to introduce technologies from the collaboration. "Starting in the near term, this alliance will benefit our purchasing operations through global scope and scale. Navistar , the Lisle, Ill. maker of the worldwide brand of big rigs, said Tuesday that Volkswagen was investing $256 million. At VW's purchase rate of $15.76 a share, the deal will be worth about $256 million.

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  • Apple Watch Series 2 with Brighter Display, Faster Chipset and GPS Announced

    Apple Watch Series 2 with Brighter Display, Faster Chipset and GPS Announced

    That model will now be called " Apple Watch Series 1", and Apple has given it the same dual-core chip that powers the Series 2 Apple Watch to ensure actions are just as snappy. The Apple Watch Series 2 and Apple Watch Nike + will be priced at $369. That's good news for runners and wanderers, but it'll be interesting to see what kind of hit the battery life takes.

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  • Newton on path toward Mexico's border with Arizona

    Newton on path toward Mexico's border with Arizona

    As of noon ET, the center of Newton was 135 miles south of Tucson and the system was moving to the north-northeast at 18 mph, the National Hurricane Center said. At least two people are confirmed dead after their fishing boat capsized in the Gulf of California. Rainfall of up to 12 inches was expected to spark "life-threatening flash floods and mudslides", especially in coastal areas, according to the Weather Channel .

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  • OPEC secretary-general meets Iran oil minister in Tehran

    The Persian nation rejected that proposal on the grounds it hadn't recovered its lost market share after sanctions over its nuclear program were lifted in January. He also noted that members of the French delegation, led by Mr. Bartolone, have acknowledged Iran's role as a powerful country in West Asia with close ties with the regional states.

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  • Prominent Ferguson activist found dead in burning vehicle

    Prominent Ferguson activist found dead in burning vehicle

    Seals was active in the 2014 protests in Ferguson following the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson. The death of Seals comes two years after the death of 20-year-old African American Deandre Joshua, who was shot once in the head before being set on fire in his auto in an empty Ferguson parking lot.

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  • Turkey says 3 of its soldiers killed in IS attack

    The army said Turkey's rebel allies had taken six more villages, located in Islamic State-held areas, adding to dozens of settlements now under the control of Turkish-backed forces. Metin Gurcan, a former major in the Turkish military and an analyst for the Al Monitor online journal, said Washington and Moscow's divergent agendas in Syria raised serious questions about the viability of the Turkish plans.

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  • Asean Unity Vital In Dealing With Major Powers - Najib

    Asean Unity Vital In Dealing With Major Powers - Najib

    In Vientiane , the capital of Laos, Modi will attend the 14th ASEAN-India Summit and the 11th East Asia Summit. The meeting between the leaders of the USA and the Philippines has been mutually agreed upon to be moved to a later date, said a statement issued by Mr Duterte's office on Tuesday.

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  • Trump seeks distance from donation supporting Florida AG

    Trump seeks distance from donation supporting Florida AG

    Trump said Monday. The contribution triggered allegations then that it steered Bondi's office away from investigating Trump University . Trump told reporters traveling on his plane this week there was no connection between the NY lawsuit and his gift to the Florida attorney general's fundraising committee.

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  • Trump and Clinton clash over national security

    Yet one veteran Republican congressional aide said more and more Republicans in Congress brace for the White House to stay in Democratic hands for the next four years, even if their party manages to maintain control of Congress. Last week , Trump's campaign team celebrated a success after the NY businessman made a quick trip to Mexico , appearing side by side with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, after talks about Trump's wall-building and anti-immigrant policies.

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  • Black Lives Matter Partners With Charity In Sign Of Growth

    Black Lives Matter Partners With Charity In Sign Of Growth

    The poll is an updated version of one taken back in June. The support from young white adults is an increase from the beginning of the summer and the first time in the poll a majority of black, white, Hispanic and Asian young adults expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

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  • Michael Kors Access Smartwatches Released

    Michael Kors Access Smartwatches Released

    The various faces are created to mimic the analog designs on other Michael Kors watches, and can be customized with a variety of colors right on the watch itself. Both weigh in at 51g and come with 22mm watch bands. Prices start at $350. In the film, the two women are seen interacting with the watch from the moment they wake up in NY.

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  • Bears Sign Josh Sitton To Three-Year, $21.75M Deal

    The Green Bay Packers are on the road to open the National Football League season, taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon. The Green Bay Packers cut the Pro Bowl guard because of his attitude, opinions, and making himself heard last season.

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  • New Details For Pokemon Sun and Moon Include Pokemon Snap Feature

    New Details For Pokemon Sun and Moon Include Pokemon Snap Feature

    Nintendo plans to release Pokemon Go Plus this fall for Pokemon Go fans but it's probably too late for this train to leave the station. In other Pokemon news, Nintendo revealed even more information earlier today about the upcoming 3DS title with Ultra Beasts and a new variation for a very familiar creature.

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  • California farmworkers on edge over historic overtime bill

    They were joined in opposition by Republican lawmakers from suburban GOP-friendly seats in coastal Southern California. "I think you'll see growers try to pare back hours and go to mechanization", he said Tuesday. AB 1066 would expand that to bring it more in line with other industries, offering time-and-a-half pay for working more than eight hours in a day or 40 in a week and double pay for working more than 12 hours a day.

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  • LA airport gunman to plead guilty to murderous shooting plot

    Hernandez. As he headed up an escalator to the main screening area, he noticed Hernandez move and returned to fire several more shots at point-blank range, killing the married father of two. A shooter who gunned down airport screening officers three years ago at Los Angeles International Airport in a terrifying attack that sent frantic passengers running for their lives is scheduled to plead guilty Tuesday to murder and other counts.

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  • Mother Teresa honored as saint and model of mercy

    Mother Teresa honored as saint and model of mercy

    The white grave - a simple rectangular cement tomb three feet high in what was earlier a dining room - was bedecked with multi-hued flowers, as the nuns, priests and visitors, some of them foreigners, read from the Bible and sang hymns. "I think she signifies what the human race should do in terms of helping the poor and being selfless", Bruno said. Saint Teresa's canonization happened quickly, too.

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  • Volvo Cars, Autoliv team up to develop autonomous driving

    Volvo Cars, Autoliv team up to develop autonomous driving

    Selling the new ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and AD (Autonomous Drive) systems will be done exclusively by Autoliv, but both companies will share the revenues obtained from the deals. "This is a powerful combination of automotive entities, Brauer told A.P., "and these types of alliances are needed to have a fighting chance in this increasingly frenetic race for the autonomous auto".

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  • Obama says he understands Kaepernick's protest

    Obama says he understands Kaepernick's protest

    As you've no doubt heard by now, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick chose not to stand for the national anthem before a preseason against the Green Bay Packers last week. In a gesture of solidarity with Kaepernick, American women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe knelt during the national anthem at a Sunday match, calling it a deliberate move to support Kaepernick.

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  • BA apologizes for delays caused by computer glitches

    She said two inbound flights were also cancelled . Travelers said that bottled water and snacks had been distributed at some airports as frustrated customers faced long lines to check in. One passenger posted a notice by BA on Twitter confirming that passengers would be delayed for up to 30 minutes while alternative arrangements were put in place "in the absence of the computer system".

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  • The OTHER UB40 have shared their feelings on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

    The OTHER UB40 have shared their feelings on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

    The result of tonight's ballot is nearly identical to when Labour MPs backed a motion of no confidence in Mr Corbyn by 172 votes to 40. Announcing the news at a rather surreal press conference, Corbyn, the members of the pop-reggae band, and a selection of journalists bobbed their heads to Red Red Wine as they sat beneath a banner reading: "UB4Corbyn".

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  • Legion App Lets Players Complete Tasks on Mobile

    Legion App Lets Players Complete Tasks on Mobile

    Right from the app, you can complete them and gain a reward, which will be placed in your inventory the next time you hop on your computer and boot up World of Warcraft: Legion . Another new feature details was the "Class Trials Feature" From the character-creation screen, you will be able to create and play a level-100 character which has a preset class specification.

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  • Brock Turner registers as sex offender in Ohio

    His clean criminal record and other considerations allowed Judge Aaron Persky, in the judge's opinion, to deviate from the minimum sentence of two years in prison. Neighbors will be sent postcards alerting them that a sex offender lives nearby, and officers will make random, unannounced visits to his home, Sheriff Gene Fischer told USA TODAY.

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  • Far-right activist, author Phyllis Schlafly dies at 92

    Far-right activist, author Phyllis Schlafly dies at 92

    She was a delegate to the Republicans' convention in Cleveland. Family Research Council President Tony Perkins wrote that Schlafly fought the political establishment of her time , and was a leading force in the creation of the modern pro-life and pro-family movement.

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  • Xi open to trade deal while staying 'patient' over Hinkley

    Xi open to trade deal while staying 'patient' over Hinkley

    British Prime Minister Theresa May was keen to set up new trade relations with the rest of the world at the G20 summit as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union and said relations with China were still in a golden period. Hinkley was not directly named during the meeting, but it was understood by the Downing Street team that Mr Xi was referring to the nuclear power project.

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  • North Korea executes vice premier for education: Seoul

    The official sentence which carried him to the firing squad was "an anti-party, anti-revolutionary agitator" as allegedly reported by an official minister who wishes to remain anonymous. The deputy chief of the party's Propaganda and Agitation Department, Choe Hui, was also sent to a camp, Jeong said. "He incurred the wrath of Kim after he dozed off during a meeting that Kim presided over", the newspaper quoted the source as saying.

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