• Trump spara a zero su Obama:
Trump spara a zero su Obama: "fondatore dellʼIsis"

Ma il tycoon va avanti, e si lascia andare anche a una nuova provocazione . Il margine di errore è del 6%. I due hanno anche donato un milione alla loro fondazione. La principale fonte di entrate per i coniugi Clinton sono gli interventi a pagamento di Bill alle conferenze, pari a 5,2 milioni di dollari, insieme ai 3 milioni di diritti incassati...

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  • Minister says Pakistan to deport US citizen after probe
Minister says Pakistan to deport US citizen after probe

He said no Pakistani can remain silent over the atrocities being committed against the people of the occupied Kashmir by the Indian forces. The interior minister said that 20,000 intelligence-based operations have been carried out which helped to prevent several terrorist attacks.

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  • Fact check: Clinton's selective history on trade
Fact check: Clinton's selective history on trade

The not so elaborate con seemed to work, a triumph to cultic neo-liberal faith over pragmatic outcome. The deal has yet to be ratified by the signatory countries. One of the core tenets of economics is that free trade makes economies more efficient by increasing competition and thus innovation; consumers benefit by gaining access to better goods at...

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  • China's unease over THAAD thwarts United Nations censure of North Korea missile
China's unease over THAAD thwarts United Nations censure of North Korea missile

She said deployment of the Thaad system was an "inevitable, self-defence" measure to safeguard the country against Pyongyang's threats and noted that both the "ruling and opposition parties should be united, and trust the government". The North's ally said the USA decision to deploy the Thaad system would only escalate tensions on the Korean penins...

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  • JetBlue passenger says turbulence was 'like a movie'; 24 injured
JetBlue passenger says turbulence was 'like a movie'; 24 injured

At least 24 people were injured when a JetBlue Airways plane hit extreme turbulence on its way from Boston to Sacramento, California on Thursday night. According to Lee, the sudden drop in altitude was what caused all of the injuries. "People were flying all over the place", he said. McMillan says care team members were being sent to assist i...

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  • How to choose the best game
How to choose the best game

Still, such games exist. After you will decide what game is the most interesting for you, you can safely achieve excellence in, studying it constantly and practicing almost every day. Only the knowledge and skill (with some luck, of course), will help the visitor of the gambling web-sites to fill up his wallet. As for the slots, there is, as you...

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  • Based Turkish navy officer 'missing' after coup
Based Turkish navy officer 'missing' after coup

Ankara is already pressing Washington to extradite US -based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom it accuses of orchestrating the coup. "Sooner or later the U.S. He said Turkey was building a "strong mechanism" with Russian Federation to find a solution in Syria, and a delegation including the foreign ministry, military and intelligence officials...

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  • German interior minister to present new security measures
German interior minister to present new security measures

The three, according to the federal prosecutor's office, are preachers suspected of trying to recruit young men to fight for IS in the conflicts in Syria and Iraq. Last month, a 27-year old failed asylum seeker blew himself up and wounded 15 people in southern German city of Ansbach. The link to migrants has put intense pressure on Chancellor Ang...

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  • Macy's plans to close 100 stores, boost online investment
Macy's plans to close 100 stores, boost online investment

Macy's said in June that longtime CEO Terry Lundgren will leave the job early next year and be replaced by the company's president, Jeff Gennette. "We chose to close a larger number of stores proactively so we can invest in a winning customer experience in our most productive and highest- potential locations , as well as invest in growth soon...

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  • Real ammo used by mistake in fatal training exercise
Real ammo used by mistake in fatal training exercise

Facebook page said. They were supposed to be blanks. The class put on by the Chamber of Commerce and the Punta Gorda police station, was just one stop during the weeks-long curriculum. Also discussed was a pending civil lawsuit against Coel, who ordered his K-9, Spirit, to attack a bicyclist he stopped for not using a light on his bike.

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  • Lawsuit: Trump's NC campaign director pointed gun at aide
Lawsuit: Trump's NC campaign director pointed gun at aide

A former Donald Trump campaign manager once terrorized a staffer by jabbing a loaded gun into his knee - and team Trump refused to step in and help the harassed employee, according to a new lawsuit . "They described Phillip as yelling or screaming in anger while brandishing a pistol". Bordini says the gun was loaded and Phillip placed the ba...

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  • Ark. deputy in surgery, police chief released after Wednesday. morning shooting
Ark. deputy in surgery, police chief released after Wednesday. morning shooting

He was also a Marine Corps veteran. That's according to KFSM 5 News, which also reports that a second officer, the chief of police with the Hackett Police Department was also injured. An Arkansas police officer has died after being shot while responding to a call at a house. Police negotiators have entered the home where Jones was hiding.

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  • Pop stars, diplomacy victims of cooling China-S. Korea ties
Pop stars, diplomacy victims of cooling China-S. Korea ties

The US had circulated a draft statement strongly condemning Pyongyang's launch but the 15-member council is said to have remained divided on statement. Seoul's decision to host a THAAD battery, to counter a growing threat from North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes, has been condemned by China as a threat to its own security interests and to ...

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  • China Building Reinforced Hangars on Disputed Islands
China Building Reinforced Hangars on Disputed Islands

On August 8, a United States think-tank published satellite photographs it said showed that China had built hangars for dozens of military aircraft including jet fighters and bombers on three of its artificial islands in the Spratlys. The New York Times tactfully suggests these new satellite images "cast doubt on China's vow not to militarize the...

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  • Delta: Flight Schedules Should Return To Normal Today
Delta: Flight Schedules Should Return To Normal Today

Last month Southwest Airlines (LUV) had to cancel 2,300 flights after a single router failed at their data center at Love Field . But they affected tens of thousands of travelers, and hundreds more flights were delayed. The power outage began at 2:30 a.m. EST Aug. 8. Reservations personnel from Delta's corporate headquarters in Atlanta have been s...

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  • Coup costs Turkey economy $100 billion: Minister
Coup costs Turkey economy $100 billion: Minister

Turkey admitted on Monday there may have been some "unfair" treatment in its post-coup crackdown as it voiced anger at Germany for barring President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from addressing a rally in Cologne. Local media said Erdogan's son was put in the list of people under investigation . A Turkish national flag is seen on Eyup Sultan mosque on...

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  • Vietnam envoy to India says tensions over South China Sea getting worse
Vietnam envoy to India says tensions over South China Sea getting worse

China's Foreign Ministry said in a statement: 'China has indisputable sovereignty over the Spratly islands and nearby waters . The rocket launchers are very mobile and require a very limited operational space, making them ideal for island combat and countering amphibious landings.

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  • Cancellara denies Froome time trial gold at Rio Olympics
Cancellara denies Froome time trial gold at Rio Olympics

Cancellara's time of 1:12:15 outpaced Dumoulin, who took silver at 1:13:02, and Froome, who took bronze at 1:13:17. But Cancellara had other ideas, storming to a farewell gold by 47 seconds from Dumoulin, with Froome more than a minute behind.

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  • NATO says Turkey 'valued ally,' membership not in question
NATO says Turkey 'valued ally,' membership not in question

In an interview with the state-run Anadolu agency, Cavusoglu also said that President Vladimir Putin had said Russian Federation would lift embargos on Turkish products and that, if needed, additional agreements would be signed to ensure work goes ahead on the TurkStream gas pipeline project.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan meets Putin to reset bilateral relations
Turkey's Erdogan meets Putin to reset bilateral relations

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Turkey's friendship and alliance with the United States required the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish cleric and permanent US resident whom Erdogan's government has blamed for masterminding the insurrection.

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