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  • Mont Blanc cable auto, trapped passengers safe

    Mont Blanc cable auto, trapped passengers safe

    An elderly man was treated for hypothermia but all the passengers trapped overnight in the small, four-person pods were in good condition despite their ordeal, police said. The Associated Press contributed reporting . The rescue efforts continued though and another 12 people were lowered by mountain guides out of the cars directly onto the glacier and then brought to safety.

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  • MN Democrats push to remove Trump from ballot

    MN Democrats push to remove Trump from ballot

    Former Minnesota Republican Party deputy chairman Michael Brodkorb tweeted a press release from Minnesota GOP Chair Keith Downey , where he states "the ballot filing was certified by the Secretary of State and properly placed on the ballot".

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  • Commander of former Nusra front in Syria killed by airstrike: jihadists

    Commander of former Nusra front in Syria killed by airstrike: jihadists

    The source of the air strike has yet to be identified. Its "emir" Abu Mohammad al-Jolani announced the group's supposed departure from al-Qaeda leadership in July and re-named it as Jabhat Fateh al-Sham. The embattled city of Aleppo and surrounding districts have viewed some of the fiercest battles in the civil war of Syria. It's understood they are going to discuss attempts to invent a truce that was national, enhance humanitarian aid deliveries and restart peace talks.

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

    Obama, Duterte meet despite Filipino leader's crude language

    Duterte on Monday caused a major diplomatic rift with the United States after branding President Barack Obama a "son of a whore" who would wallow like a pig. During the election campaign earlier this year Duterte attracted widespread criticism for saying he had wanted to rape a "beautiful" Australian missionary who had been sexually assaulted and murdered in a Philippine prison riot.

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  • Israeli PM Netanyahu to visit Australia

    The last round of Israeli-Palestinian talks reached an impasse in April 2014. Earlier this week, a former Dutch prime minister, Dries van Agt, described Netanyahu as a " war criminal " and said he should be prosecuted. Netanyahu Tuesday was in the Hague, where angry protesters condemned his treatment of the Palestinians, especially the blockade of Gaza. "If Abu Mazen (Abbas) wants to meet without preconditions for direct talks, I'm ready at all times".

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  • Aleppo bombed as US and Russia plan Syria talks

    Aleppo bombed as US and Russia plan Syria talks

    Presidents Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin were expected to meet later Monday, but it was far from clear that they could find agreement. There is no basis for dramatic statements after Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Obama, on Sunday, also met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose military has recently clashed with US-backed Kurdish fighters in Syria .

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  • Turkey, US 'ready to invade IS capital' Raqqa

    Turkey followed up by capturing the town of Rai, west of Jarablus, effectively closing the border to the two-way flow of IS fighters, weapons and funds. US-led coalition aircraft provided air cover for Ankara-backed rebel fighters and Turkish armour for operations to free Jarablus but refused to do so for any action south of Jarablus.

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  • Mexico govt: Treasury minister resigns after Trump visit

    The resignation comes a week after Trump met President Enrique Peña Nieto. Are you admirer of Trump or feel he is not tuned to usual sentiments of people, particularly the migrants. "He couldn't even bring himself to tell the president of Mexico one of his very few policy demands". Pena Nieto vowed there would be no new taxes or tax hikes in Meade's drive to contain debt growth, and said he should give priority to social projects and investments.

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  • Putin: Moscow and Washington could strike Syria deal within days

    Putin: Moscow and Washington could strike Syria deal within days

    President Barack Obama and South Korean President Park Geun Hye, according to Japanese officials. However, he said that given the gaps of trust that exist, that's a tough negotiation. US officials blame Russian intelligence for a hack on the Democratic National Committee that resulted in a leak of emails damaging to its presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.

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  • Person of Interest Being Questioned in J'Ouvert Shooting Death

    The second shooting took place, 30 minutes later at Washington Avenue and Empire Boulevard where a 22-year-old woman was shot in the head. Civil rights activist, the Rev Al Sharpton, said the "great history" of the West Indian American Day Carnival Parade must not be disregarded by violence.

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  • Moscow, Washington Close to Reaching Deal on Syria - Russian Deputy FM

    U.S. President Barack Obama has said his country is working with Russian Federation on finalizing a ceasefire deal in Syria. Even before Sunday's battlefield developments, U.S. A senior State Department official, who declined to be named, said Russian Federation had walked back on some of issues that the sides had already agreed on, which was why both sides needed to continue talking.

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  • Victim's letter to resonate long after Turner's release

    James Jensen of the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office told ABC News that he received hundreds of letters of hate mail during his stay. She said he was held in “protective custody” during his incarceration but his time in jail was uneventful and her department didnt receive any credible or serious threats.

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  • Police Shelter Philippine Leader After Blast

    Police Shelter Philippine Leader After Blast

    Malacañang called on the public to refrain from "reckless speculation" on the cause of the Davao City blast that has killed 10 people and injured around 60. "A$3 lot of people are wounded, shocked, traumatized", he said. "Let us pray for those who are being treated in different hospitals and pray for their quick recovery".

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  • French government wants EU to stop trade talks with US

    He also insisted Britain must sign-up to the EU's long list of demands for it to sign up to the single market, including freedom of movement, which Brexit backers are strongly opposed to. "It is more than time to stop this massacre and France is calling for an immediate truce". He said the country's shattered second city Aleppo had endured a "large-scale humanitarian catastrophe".

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  • Putin had private meeting with elite Eton students, Kremlin says

    Putin had private meeting with elite Eton students, Kremlin says

    According to Anadolu Agency, The meetings come as Turkey takes part in Operation Euphrates Shield in northern Syria. It is understood Putin used the opportunity to discuss world affairs with the 11 boys. While their pictures have been posted on social media showing the group shaking hands with Putin and sitting around a table listening to the Russian leader through translation headsets, the Kremlin has released no information about the meeting and the UK Foreign Office has declined to comment.

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  • Trump stops in Phoenix, talks of immigration plan

    Trump stops in Phoenix, talks of immigration plan

    Trump's wild Wednesday was a landmark moment in the presidential campaign - he made a hastily arranged visit to see Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and then delivered a fiery immigration speech in Phoenix. Shortly after the speech ended, Jacob Monty, a member of Trump's recently formed Hispanic Advisory Council, announced his resignation from the group.

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  • U.S. general warns 'rogue' Iranian navy

    U.S. general warns 'rogue' Iranian navy

    Votel praised the USA sailors' handling of the incidents. Votel explained that the risky encounters are the result of certain Iranian leaders seeking to "exert their influence and authority in the region". "They don't come from the general Iranian navy; only a very, very small percentage of them do", he said. Last year, Secretary of State John Kerry suggested the nuclear deal might improve ties.

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  • European Union orders Apple to pay $14.5 billion in back taxes

    European Union orders Apple to pay $14.5 billion in back taxes

    It says it paid $13 billion in corporate income taxes globally. "In Ireland and in every country where we operate, Apple follows the law and we pay all the taxes we owe". For many technology firms like Google and Facebook, a key attraction is that Ireland allows companies to adopt tax structures which see them pay much less than the 12.5 per cent headline rate.

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  • Iraq requests new Saudi envoy after assassination remarks

    Iraq requests new Saudi envoy after assassination remarks

    Sabhan, whose credentials were received in Jan 2016, became the first Saudi ambassador to Iraq in a quarter century, after relations were cut following ex-president Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait. Iraqi officials said there had been no such attempt and challenged the ambassador to provide proof. On Aug. 23, lawmakers from the Dawa Party, a party led by Prime Minister Abadi, called on Iraqi Foreign Minister Jaafari to demand the Saudi ambassador's replacement or face his own vote of no ...

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  • Drones Allowed to Be Flown Commercially Starting Today

    According to the FAA drones must be at maximum of 55 pounds, fly under 400 feet at a speed of no more than 100 miles per hour and can only be operated during the daylight. "These drones are not toys", he said. The FAA is now working on new rules that eventually will allow drone flights over people and beyond an operator's line of sight, but are also have to hammer out privacy safeguards.

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  • California lawmakers pass law inspired by Brock Turner case

    California lawmakers pass law inspired by Brock Turner case

    The early release for Brock Turner, who will have served three months out of a six-month sentence, was widely expected when he was sentenced in June, owing to a lack of prior criminal history. It is the outgrowth of the Brock Turner rape trial. At the time , the sentence requiring Turner to register as a sex offender and spend six months in jail caused outrage and led to heated national debate.

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  • United Nations says Israelis, Palestinians both imperil 2-state solution

    United Nations says Israelis, Palestinians both imperil 2-state solution

    Nickolay Mladenov, the United Nations coordinator for the Middle East peace process, told the Security Council from Jerusalem in a video link that Israel is ignoring the Quartet's pleas. Palestinians demand the territory for their future state. "Rather, it is the unceasing efforts to deny that historical connection". Some 200,000 Israelis live in east Jerusalem .

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  • Govt bans Indian couple for faking Mt Everest summit

    Govt bans Indian couple for faking Mt Everest summit

    Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod claimed they clipped the top of the world tallest mountain in and even posted photographs of themselves atop Mount Everest on May 23. The Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Jeeban Bahadur Shahi has endorsed the legal action against the couple as per a recommendation made by the investigation committee.

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  • Chargers announce they've signed Joey Bosa to 4-year deal

    Chargers announce they've signed Joey Bosa to 4-year deal

    One GM told Freeman "there's a 20 to 30 percent chance that Bosa refuses to play for the Chargers and then re-enters the draft next year". Things came to a head last week when the Chargers released a statement saying they had made Bosa their "best offer" and would retract it after Bosa's camp rejected it.

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