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Malia Obama Spotted at Harvard for Move

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Malia, 19, took a gap year before starting college and seemed to make the most of it, including doing an internship earlier this year at The Weinstein Company film studio . During her break year, the former first daughter interned for the HBO show Girls and worked in NY for The Weinstein Company. She also worked as a production assistant on Halle Berry's short-lived TV show Extant in Los Angeles, with the actress recently admitting that while Malia worked hard, the cast and crew ... Read More »

Death toll in Spain terror attacks rises to 15

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In the attack, a police officer and six civilians were injured and at least one of them died later. Abouyaaqoub is assumed to have been the man who stabbed Perez in a carjacking attempt while trying to flee the scene of the crime. Amaq later also claimed an attack by a knifeman in Russia's far north who wounded seven people on Saturday before being shot dead. Since the Nice, France, attack with a cargo truck on July 14, 2016, more than 120 people have been killed in similar attacks in major ... Read More »

Jeff Flake: 'I Don't Worry' About Trump's Attacks

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Ms. Ward made the remark past year when she ran unsuccessfully against Mr. McCain. Recent polls suggest Flake is one of the least popular senators in the country . "I did notice he spelled my name right", Ward said. "And I want to thank you for what you're doing". Look forward to welcoming him to Arizona. "And I hope to come there and do a big event for you if you'll have me". Read More »

Nice coach Favre furious with Balotelli after Napoli defeat

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Nice coach Lucien Favre was not happy with Mario Balotelli following Tuesday's 2-0 loss to Napoli in Champions League play-off qualifying. The Italian worldwide was substituted and jeered out the game after 77 minutes but Favre admitted it came too late and even criticised the time it took for Balotelli to leave the pitch. Read More »

Pyongyang slams S. Korea President for his North policy

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Pyongyang said Monday it had finalized a plan to fire four missiles less than 25 miles off Guam but state media said leader Kim Jong Un would wait to assess the US' next move before giving launch orders. The Ulchi-Freedom Guardian military drills routinely spark condemnation from North Korea. "It's a firm agreement between South Korea and the United States", Moon said. Read More »

USA secondary sanctions "will not help" resolve N. Korea issue: Chinese MFA

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China has said it would ban exports to North Korea as part of the new sanctions imposed on the latter by the United Nations, but USA officials are reportedly frustrated Beijing hasn't shut the firms which control this down. Like previous USA administrations, President Donald Trump has struggled to respond to North Korea's increasingly sophisticated weapons programs and its persistent belligerence. Read More »

Five Killed in Attack in Southern Afghanistan

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Hospital staff gave a higher figure for wounded. Initial reports showed that those killed included a small girl, two women and four soldiers, Mr Zwak told Associated Press, expressing fears the death toll could rise further. forces. The Taliban had claimed responsibility for the attack.On August 4, as many as 40 Taliban fighters were killed in a gun battle with Afghan security forces that lasted for 12 hours in the southern Helmand province. Read More »

Top Institutional Investors That Own JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)

Harvey Investment Co Llc decreased Tjx Companies Inc New (TJX) stake by 2.02% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. Tortoise Investment Management LLC now owns 1,578 shares of the financial services provider's stock valued at $136,000 after buying an additional 1,283 shares in the last quarter. Read More »

Barcelona Attack Suspects Appear for Court Interrogations

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Everyone so far known in the cell grew up in Ripoll , a town in the Catalan foothills near the French border 100 kilometers (62 miles) north of Barcelona . "We are not talking about a group of one or two people, but rather a numerous group", regional Interior Ministry chief Joaquim Forn told Onda Cero radio. Read More »

US Sanctions on Chinese and Russian Firms Over North Korea

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Ten Chinese and Russian companies as well as six individuals were named, some of whom are trading coal, oil and mineral resources with North Korea. The two countries have been at odds over how to deal with North Korea, increasing the tension in the ongoing dispute. Read More »

Nittany Lions with highest preseason ranking since 1999

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Defending national champion Clemson is No. 5. Ohio State also received three first-place votes in the poll. In the also-received-votes realm, Utah is 27th, OR 33rd and Colorado 35th. They are coming off a season when they opened at No. 6 and finished at No. 6 after a sound spanking by Clemson in the opening round of the playoffs, 31-0. Read More »

Nearly 1 in 10 of Americans find neo-Nazi views acceptable, poll finds

The outbreak of deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12 resulted from a public rally of white supremacists whose leadership included people with neo-Nazi sympathies. Unsurprisingly, Republicans were less critical of his remarks, with 62 per cent saying they approved. Taking a deeper look into Trump's "both sides" remarks, respondents also answered whether they thought the president was equating white supremacists with those who oppose them - 42 per cent said yes, 35 ... Read More »

Sensex, Nifty End Sharply Higher On Late Buying Surge

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average index gained 29.24 points, or 0.13%, to 21,703, the S&P500 index increased 2.82 points, or 0.12%, to 2,428. The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty had opened higher on Tuesday against their respective previous sessions' close. Read More »

President Trump delivers his own fake news

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Some White House officials privately expressed concern on Monday about Trump's Phoenix rally, fearing he might revisit the Charlottesville issue in the heat of the moment while cheered on by supporters. And maybe probably not, but maybe something positive can come about, they won't tell you that. Lemon felt Trump's words had "reopened the race wound" of Charlottesville but moreover, the president's performance was another reminder that he wasn't fit for the role, describing him ... Read More »

Cabinet Okays Merging Of Some State-Run Banks

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The statement comes after SBI merged all its five subsidiaries and Bharatiya Mahila Bank, which resulted in a massive spike in its provisions and bad loans ratio that touched double digits in the first consolidated results announced earlier this month, though this led to the creation of the 45th largest bank in the world. Read More »

Phoenix heats up as both Trump protesters and supporters gain momentum

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The Phoenix Police Department said four people were arrested at the protest, plus one who was arrested on an unrelated warrant. There was no violence in the hours leading up to the rally but police deployed tear gas on protesters after the rally ended, according to video of the scene by local news outlets. Read More »

Venezuela-US Relations at 'Worst Moment — Maduro

The Venezuelan government has linked the two to extortion. Many believe the charges are politically motivated. "Only by talking do we understand each other", Maduro said. She has refused to recognize its decision and fled to Colombia with her husband Friday. Ortega, a former Maduro ally, was on Tuesday on her way to Brazil, where she is expected to speak at a meeting of prosecutors from the regional economic bloc Mercosur and the BRICS group of emerging economies. Read More »

Sanctions Against Chinese and Russians With Business Ties to North Korea

The targeted individuals and companies are suspected of assisting people already sanctioned for their ties to North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs, dealing in the North Korean energy trade, facilitating its exportation of workers, and enabling sanctioned North Korean entities to access the US and worldwide financial systems. Read More »

White Sox Officially Call Up Lucas Giolito

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The victory was the second straight and sixth in seven games for the Twins (65-60), who are 13-4 in their past 17 games. Giolito, who came to Chicago from the Washington Nationals in an offseason trade for Adam Eaton , allowed six hits and four runs, striking out four. Read More »

'Girls Trip' Makes History, Surpasses $100 Million Mark

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Turns out you need more than a dead stripper and a cocaine-fueled bridesmaid party to generate laughs, and that's heart and well-drawn characters and that's where Girls Trip delivers. " Girls Trip ", which premiered July 21, has also had an impressive run internationally, according to the outlet. Hart is also serving as a producer. Read More »

Pilgrims From Kaduna In Saudi Arabia-Board

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It was the second statement of the day from Qatar on an increasingly contentious issue. The airline's general manager, Saleh al-Jasser, said on Sunday that planes had not been allowed to land in the Qatari capital, Doha , despite a request days earlier. Read More »

UK Hints At Reducing Civil Law Ties With EU

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Prime Minister Theresa May has said for nine months that Europe's top court would have no say over United Kingdom law . The Government is vowing to end the "direct jurisdiction" of the European Court of Justice in the United Kingdom as it sets out its keenly awaited plans for Britain to take back control of its laws after Brexit . Read More »

Malegaon blast: SC grants bail to accused Lt. Colonel Prasad Shrikant Purohit

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The apex court granted bail to Purohit, who spent nine years in prison. Lt. Colonel Purohit, who was in prison for the past nine years, moved the top court after the Bombay High Court rejected his bail plea earlier this year. Released on conditional bail by the Supreme Court, Lt Colonel Purohit has reached Colaba military station. On September 29, 2008, a bomb kept on a motorcycle exploded near Hamidia Masjid in Malegaon, a communally sensitive textile town in Nasik district of north ... Read More »

Three young brothers pulled alive from Italian natural disaster

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The boys' mother, who is reportedly pregnant, managed to escape through a window when the quake struck while their father was pulled out from beneath masonry soon afterwards. The quake struck just days ahead of the first anniversary of the magnitude-6.0 quake that killed almost 300 people in and around Amatrice in central Italy. Read More »

Police search for teen in deadly stabbing

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Authorities say they believe they've found the body of a 15-year-old boy who was sought following the stabbing death of his 65-year-old grandmother in suburban Detroit. It is believed that Steven Wilkerson, 15, was struck by a train and investigators found the woman's vehicle not far from the tracks. The Sheriff's Office Special Investigations Unit (S.I.U.) is now on scene and Fugitive Apprehension Team is also looking for the suspect. Read More »

Women, children bear the brunt of poverty in SA

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The number of South Africans living in extreme poverty increased by 2.8 million, from 11 million in 2011 to 13.8 million in 2015, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) said on Tuesday. The report further found that in general, black African females, children, people from rural areas, those living in the Eastern Cape and Limpopo as well as those with no education are the main victims in the ongoing struggle against poverty. Read More »

Saudi teenager arrested for dancing to Macarena on street

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The footage was first posted past year, but his arrest was reported on Monday. It is not clear what his nationality is or if he has been formally charged. In the video, the teenager wearing a striped t-shirt, grey sports shorts and brightly-coloured shoes strides to the middle of a road. Earlier this month, Saudi police arrested a local singer for busting the "dab" move during an onstage performance. Read More »

Rawalpindi NAB decides to summon Sharif family

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But none of them appeared before the probe team. The Supreme Court in its order in the Panama Papers case had asked the NAB to file references against disqualified prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his children, Capt (retd) Muhammad Safdar, Dar and others who have a direct or indirect link with these cases in Rawalpindi/Islamabad accountability courts within six weeks. Read More »