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  • Indiana Jobless Rate Stays Low In Spite Of Small Increase

    Indiana Jobless Rate Stays Low In Spite Of Small Increase

    Alaska's unemployment rate has been the highest in the nation lately, and the picture didn't get brighter in July. The United States' jobless rate declined one-tenth of a percentage point, from 4.4 percent in June to 4.3 percent in July. Eight major industry sectors posted growth, with five adding 3,700 or more jobs, each. Jobs in educational and health services rose by 8,200, mostly in health care and social assistance.

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  • Six US police officers shot in same night

    Six US police officers shot in same night

    First, in Kissimmee, Fla ., south of Orlando, officers were on patrol in a neighborhood with a history of drug activity. About five minutes later a shooting was reported, and other officers responding to the scene found the wounded policemen.

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  • Germany urged to probe coup fugitive reports

    Germany urged to probe coup fugitive reports

    Gulen has denied the accusations. The Turkish leader's intervention in the German campaign less than six weeks before the September 24 vote drew a swift rebuke from Social Democratic politicians, including chancellery candidate Martin Schulz and Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel.

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  • Finland: Two people killed in knife attacks in Turku

    Finland: Two people killed in knife attacks in Turku

    Police have said they are searching for more potential suspects, tweeting: "The police is searching for possible more perpetrators in Turku ". A knife-wielding assailant has killed two people and injured six others in Turku , a city on the southwest coast of Finland .

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  • Thousands turn out in Boston to march against hate speech

    Thousands turn out in Boston to march against hate speech

    The city largely avoided a repeat of last weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Va., where there were bloody street battles and one woman was killed. But rally organizers said on social media that Kyle Chapman, Joe Biggs, US Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai and congressional candidate Samson Racioppi were to speak.

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  • Sierra Leone floods death toll passes 400: Red Cross

    Sierra Leone floods death toll passes 400: Red Cross

    Approximately 400 people had been confirmed killed and 600 more remained missing from the disaster early Monday. An unofficial morgue toll put the number of deaths from at 400. Sierra Leone's Office of National Security estimated that more than 3,000 people lost their homes. "Nothing can be enough for now", said Rosemary Blake of the Living Water SL charity.

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  • North Korea warns it won't negotiate nukes if U.S. is hostile

    The United States military has contingency plans for responding to any North Korean attack that are constantly updated and range from cyber efforts to all-out nuclear retaliation. "That is the message the president has wanted to send to the leadership of North Korea ", Tillerson said, "to remind the regime of what the consequences for them would be if they chose to carry out those threats".

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  • Lawmaker may lose seat over Trump assassination remark

    Lawmaker may lose seat over Trump assassination remark

    Although Chappelle-Nadal came clean and admitted she deleted the post , she remains defiant. Gagne then said he expects a visit from the Secret Service after the remark, to which Chapelle-Nadal responded, "No". While she deleted the post soon after, a screenshot of it nevertheless quickly gained traction, earning rebukes from across the political spectrum. "On my personal Facebook , I put up a statement saying , 'I really hate Trump".

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  • MK Stalin demands resignation of Tamil Nadu cabinet

    MK Stalin demands resignation of Tamil Nadu cabinet

    Palaniswami said that the probe committee will be headed by a retired High Court judge. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswamy on Thursday said his government will set up an inquiry commission to probe into former CM J Jayalalitha's death, media reports said.

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  • Daniel Craig confirms he'll return for one final Bond film

    Daniel Craig confirms he'll return for one final Bond film

    But after seeing his delightfully un-Bond-like performance in Steven Soderbergh's Southern-fried heist movie Logan Lucky , it's more clear than ever that Craig doesn't actually need the Bond franchise. "As long as Eon Productions and MGM gave him time to recover from Spectre and/or do other projects in between Bond movies, it was a near-inevitability that he would return for one last ride", Mendelson writes.

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  • Death Toll Rises in Bihar Flood; Relief Operation Slow and Inadequate

    Death Toll Rises in Bihar Flood; Relief Operation Slow and Inadequate

    Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has been undertaking aerial surveys of the flood-affected districts for the last three days. Almost 34 lakh people are affected in the second wave of flood of the year. Flood in North Bengal region have affected over 5 Lakh people. "NF Railway is running special trains from Guwahati to Dalkhola and from Dibrugarh to Guwahati for clearance of rush caused by cancellation of trains due to the floods", the statement said.

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  • National Hurricane Center Tracking Three Systems In The Atlantic

    National Hurricane Center Tracking Three Systems In The Atlantic

    The system near the Lesser Antilles has an 80 percent chance of becoming a storm in the next two days, the National Hurricane Center said. "For the most part, conditions will be favorable for 91L and 92L to develop into tropical systems", said WLOX First Alert Meteorologist Wesley Williams on Wednesday .

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  • Iran threatens to quit nuclear deal if United States imposes sanctions

    Iran threatens to quit nuclear deal if United States imposes sanctions

    The top diplomat added United States sanctions against Iran can undermine balance on the nuclear deal . "The US State Department spokeswoman's move to accuse Iran of violating the spirit of the nuclear deal seems to be aimed at deviating the worldwide public opinion from the non-constructive and provocative moves the US has repeatedly made against Iran to prevent it from reaping the full benefits of the nuclear deal ", he added.

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  • Doklam standoff enters third month; China asks India to withdraw

    Doklam standoff enters third month; China asks India to withdraw

    Continuing its adventurist attitude and spreading border tension with India, Chinese troops chose India's Independence Day to clash with their Indian counterparts in the Pangong lake area in Ladakh. The disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir is divided between nuclear-armed India, Pakistan and China. China claimed that they were constructing the road within their territory and has been demanding immediate pull-out of the Indian troops from the disputed Doklam plateau.

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  • Attack from North Korea not imminent

    A United States military confrontation with North Korea's is not imminent, senior USA officials say, but they warn the possibility of war is greater than it was a decade ago. The Wall Street Journal yesterday cited military officials as saying that a USA pre-emptive strike on North Korea "remains unlikely", but then noted: "Persuading Mr.

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  • S.Korean president emphasizes peace on Korean Peninsula

    In his meetings, the chairman of the joint chiefs appeared to offer a modified version of the threats that President Trump has been making over the past week. Lee Sun-jin. "The message today was the ironclad commitment to the alliance", Dunford said at the press conference. Moon said Pyongyang should stop provocation and rapidly come to the dialogue table to defuse tensions on the peninsula, and shared the view that any more North Korean provocation should be strongly addressed based on ...

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  • Lit AF: Omarosa Manigault, Ed Gordon shame each other at NABJ

    Lit AF: Omarosa Manigault, Ed Gordon shame each other at NABJ

    Broadcast journalist Ed Gordon , who moderated the panel, stepped in to salvage the situation when a heated discussion began over the African-American community and police brutality. Omarosa got out of her seat and paced the stage at one point, engaging in repeated back-and-forths with other panelists. She later said she had invited several law enforcement officials to visit the White House to discuss criminal justice issues.

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  • Spain could overtake Greece in migrant sea arrivals

    Spain could overtake Greece in migrant sea arrivals

    Over 100,000 migrants reached Europe from North Africa and the Middle East from January to June, the overwhelming majority coming by sea, according to the International Organization of Migration . Spain's maritime rescue service, which includes ships, planes and helicopters, rescues migrants at sea and takes them to cities such as Almeria, Malaga, Tarifa, with the Spanish Red Cross on hand to offer aid from healthcare to food and water.

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  • Eric Bolling Is Allegedly Suing a HuffPo Writer For Defamation

    Eric Bolling Is Allegedly Suing a HuffPo Writer For Defamation

    Yashar Ali , a freelance contributor to HuffPost , shared on Twitter that he received a summons from Bolling , who is suing him for defamation. The summons , which was filed Wednesday in NY state court, says Bolling is seeking both damages and injunctive relief arising from Ali's efforts to injure his reputation through "intentional and/or highly reckless publication of actionable false and misleading statements" about his conduct and character.

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  • Police believe child found dead in van was in vehicle all day

    Police believe child found dead in van was in vehicle all day

    Police say a daycare worker picked up the boy and other children from another day care location and did not realize he was still in the van when they arrived. That child later died. Earlier this year, the owner of an unlicensed Vaughan daycare pleaded guilty to criminal negligence causing death in a case that bears striking similarities to Myles' death .

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  • In Israel a rocket was sacked

    In Israel a rocket was sacked

    Israel says attacks carried out after rockets were fired out of Gaza, a claim that Hamas denies . According to the IDF, the rocket was launched from Gaza and landed in an open area, causing no injuries or damage. Earlier on Tuesday night, Israeli media said that a rocket was sacked from the Gaza Strip. "The fourth person, a 26-year-old, is in serious condition".

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  • U.S. and Russian officials to continue dialogue despite new sanctions

    The secretary of state said the usa has been purposefully deliberate in its negotiations regarding Ukraine , ensuring that no party feels cut out of the process. In Russia , the leadership typically uses state media to transmit most official messages, so the anti-Trump programming appears to reflect Moscow's growing disenchantment with a president it hoped could turn a new leaf in U.S.

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  • Another Shoe Drops in the Netanyahu Corruption Investigations

    Another Shoe Drops in the Netanyahu Corruption Investigations

    The revelations came during a court hearing in which it was disclosed that prosecutors are negotiating with a former senior aide to Netanyahu, the Haaretz newspaper said . In "Case 1000", Netanyahu is accused of accepting cigars and bottles of champagne from wealthy and powerful friends, including a Hollywood producer. One, dubbed by the police as "Case 2000", involves secret talks he held with the owner of a large Israeli newspaper called Yediot Aharonot about reducing the competition in ...

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  • Chinese Tourists Pose With Nazi Salutes In Germany, Get Arrested

    Chinese Tourists Pose With Nazi Salutes In Germany, Get Arrested

    The building was burned in 1933, with Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime blaming the Communists, leading to a major crackdown on the party. According to the police, the two snapped cellphone photos of each other making a Nazi salute outside the Reichstag - an illegal act witnessed by police officers assigned to guard the numerous historic sites in the area.

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