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  • North Korea calls diplomat defector 'human scum'

    North Korea calls diplomat defector 'human scum'

    The Guardian showed footage of lectures Thae delivered to the Communist Party of Britain in 2013 and at a progressive book store in 2014, where he complained about the exorbitant rent he paid for his two-bedroom home in London and the "congestion charge", a fee for taking cars into central London.

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  • Main witness in Rousseff's impeachment trail ruled out

    Main witness in Rousseff's impeachment trail ruled out

    The Senate began the final stage in Rousseff's impeachment Thursday, which has been widely condemned both at home and overseas as a parliamentary coup. She has said such accounting practices were also commonly used by previous governments. Voting is slated to be held on Tuesday. Still, investors and members of Temer's fragile coalition are concerned he has yet to implement measures to control the deficit.

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  • Leipzig signs highly-rated Scotland midfielder Oliver Burke

    Leipzig signs highly-rated Scotland midfielder Oliver Burke

    The German side says Burke has agreed a five-year deal to 2021. Red Bull Leipzig have money to spend due to the wealthy owners of the club and they are keen to make an impact in the Bundesliga. Burke joined Forest's academy at the age of 12, making his first-team debut for the Reds in September 2014 before being farmed out on loan to Bradford City.

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  • Syria and Islamic State blamed for chemical attacks

    Syria and Islamic State blamed for chemical attacks

    Jim investigated nine cases in seven towns where an OPCW fact-finding mission found that chemical weapons had probably been used. The inquiry, unanimously authorized by the U.N. The United States, Britain and France maintain that only the regime has helicopters, but Russia, Damascus' ally, insists that there is no concrete proof that Assad's forces carried out the attacks.

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  • Police officer fatally shot in eastern Tennessee

    Police officer fatally shot in eastern Tennessee

    When the officers arrived, they parked around 70 yards behind the house and were able to take the victim of the domestic disturbance, Stalans' father, to a safe area. The suspect Brian Stalans has been arrested and is behind bars. Officer Moat was escorted by other police officers as his body was transported to a local hospital.

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  • Top French court supends burkini ban

    Some 64% of 1,001 people polled by the French opinion research firm Ifop from August 22 to 24 were opposed to allowing burkinis at public beaches. He said that France needed a modern, secular Islam and wearing a burkini clashed with that idea.

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  • Yildirim: Turkey expects USA to speed up Gulen's extradition

    Yildirim: Turkey expects USA to speed up Gulen's extradition

    Massoud Barzani, president of the Kurdish Regional Government, made the announcement on Wednesday following meetings with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in Ankara. Secretary of State, who can consider non-legal factors, such as humanitarian arguments. The US State Department said this week that documents submitted so far by Ankara constituted a formal extradition request, although not on issues related to the coup.

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  • Turkey: Assad can be part of transition in Syria

    Turkey: Assad can be part of transition in Syria

    The Syrian civil war has evolved into multiple conflicts inside the country between various rebel factions, al-Assad, the Kurds and Islamic State as well as foreign powers, including Turkey, Gulf Arab nations, Iran, Russia and the United States.

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  • A road into Yellowstone not likely to reopen

    A road into Yellowstone not likely to reopen

    Fire officials explained to a packed meeting room how they plan to manage the Yellowstone fires for the next 36 hours. Another wildfire, south of Spokane near the town of Spangle, destroyed at least 10 homes and numerous other buildings Sunday, according to the Washington State Patrol.

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  • Turkey bombards ISIL positions in northern Syria

    Turkey bombards ISIL positions in northern Syria

    A day after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan blamed a 12- 14-year-old child for a suicide attack at a Kurdish wedding in Gaziantep city, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said Monday that officials can not verify if the perpetrator was a minor or an adult.

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  • Fatal auto bombs explode in Thailand

    At least 29 people were injured as result of the blast, Daily Mail reports. The first blast in a vehicle park behind the Southern Hotel caused no casualties, Police Lieutenant Colonel Winyu Tiamraj said. The twin bomb attack targeted a busy street filled with bars and restaurants. The Southern Hotel is in an area popular with Western tourists, though no details of what nationalities are among the casualties have yet been released.

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  • North Korea Launches Netflix-Style Streaming Service, State Media Reports

    North Korea Launches Netflix-Style Streaming Service, State Media Reports

    North Korea diplomat Thae Yong Ho who was based in London has defected , according to South Korean officials. And the number of people who have access to the internet at home are likely to be in the minority, given the cost of computer ownership versus household incomes, and that reportedly very few devices are connected to the internet at all.

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  • At America's Prisons, Ramen More Precious Than Cigarettes

    At America's Prisons, Ramen More Precious Than Cigarettes

    And while some prisoners subsist for years on end consuming bland or processed food products, other states have augmented their prison food programs to include inmate-farmed vegetable gardens that are not only a nutritious "cost-effective food source" that "are seen as a way to save money on healthcare for prisoners struggling with diabetes, hypertension, and other ailments", but are also breakthrough socialization and skill-building opportunities for inmates.

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  • Trump Campaign Shakes Up Leadership In Latest Sign Of Tumult

    Trump Campaign Shakes Up Leadership In Latest Sign Of Tumult

    According to CNN , a Trump source says that Manafort told Trump that his own ties to Russian Federation were becoming a distraction from the campaign itself, and so he submitted his resignation. Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook responded to the news in a statement on Friday, " Paul Manafort's resignation is a clear admission that the disturbing connections between Donald Trump's team and pro-Kremlin elements in Russian Federation and Ukraine are untenable".

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  • Mongolian wrestling coaches strip down to underwear to protest medal match

    One coach stripped down to his underwear, while the other only removed his shirt. Both were eventually escorted out by security. Mongolia's Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran appeared to be the victor of the freestyle 65 kg bronze medal match , and his head coach Tserenbaatar Tsogtbayar as well as assistant coach Byambarenchin Bayaraa immediately ran to the mat to congratulate their star.

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  • Houthi shelling kills civilians in Saudi border city

    The Houthis took over the capital Sanaa in 2014, before seizing large parts of Yemen. The Arab coalition, led by Saudi Arabia, began its campaign of air strikes against Iran-backed Huthi rebels and their allies on March 26, 2015. There are now more than 2.5 million internally displaced people in Yemen, with a health service that struggles to cope and intermittent food and water supplies.

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  • Students celebrate top A-level grades

    Students celebrate top A-level grades

    Head teacher Andrew Fulbrook said: "I am delighted with our A-level results". "Out of the 600 students, 23 are in clearing but nearly everyone else who has applied to university has got into their first choice place". Some 52 per cent of the passing grades were at A*, A and B, while 19 per cent of all grades were awarded at A* for outstanding performance. "When I knew I had, it was a case of whether I had done better than I thought, and I have".

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  • Wisconsin girl pleads mental illness in Slender Man attack

    Wisconsin girl pleads mental illness in Slender Man attack

    Judge Michael Bohren ordered doctors to examine her. Ms Weier pleaded not guilty a year ago. Both girls face an attempted homicide charge in adult court. The next day they lured Payton into the woods in Milwaukee and stabbed her 19 times before fleeing. She suffered serious internal injuries but managed to survive.

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  • US says $400M payment was contingent on release of prisoners

    Speculations are beginning to gain momentum over the supposed payment of $400m in ransom by the Obama administration to the Iranian government for the release of Americans held captive in the terror-strewn country. Mr. Obama said on August 4 the payment had to be in cash because the US and Iran have no banking relationship, eliminating the possibility of a check or wire transfer.

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