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Inoltre è stato pubblicato un nuovissimo trailer , che potete guardare di fianco alla notizia, dove vengono mostrati i misteriosi "Veggenti", i cinque Guardiani del Keyblade che appaiono nelle scene delle origini di Kingdom Hearts e anche alcune scene di gioco di Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance HD rimasterizzate in alta definizione.
  • Morto a 91 anni l'esorcista padre Amorth

    Morto a 91 anni l'esorcista padre Amorth

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    Era il agosto 1947, cinque anni prima aveva incontrato il fondatore, il beato don Giacomo Alberione. Nato a Modena il 1° maggio 1925 , era stato consacrato nella capitale il 24 gennaio 1951. Nel 1985 ricevette la nomina di esorcista della diocesi di Roma dal cardinale vicario Ugo Poletti. Lo scorso 8 settembre è stato insignito della " Medaglia della Liberazione " dal prefetto di Roma , Paola Basilone, alla presenza del ministro della Difesa, Roberta Pinotti , per l'importante ruolo ...
  • U.S. and Israel sign $38 billion military aid deal

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    Following months of behind-the-scenes negotiations, the State Department said the two countries had reached a 10-year agreement, with a signing ceremony planned for Wednesday. The prime minister thanked President Barack Obama, an ally with whom he had skirmish relations over the past years over the nuclear deal with Iran.
  • Food aid for Aleppo still stuck on Syria border

    Food aid for Aleppo still stuck on Syria border

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    The government had approved aid deliveries to those locations before the cessation of hostilities but had failed to issue a single letter of authorization, Egeland said. Churkin said the resolution would provide "endorsement of the agreement" reached last week that allowed a ceasefire to go into effect on Monday, paving the way to aid deliveries and a possible resumption of peace talks.
  • Rift of American Jews with Israel on religious matters widening

    Rift of American Jews with Israel on religious matters widening

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    A new AJC survey of American Jews shows that Democrat Hillary Clinton would win 61 percent of the Jewish votes and Republican Donald Trump would garner 19 percent, if elections were held today. -Israel relationship to be fairly/very poor. The divide by party affiliation is sharp. As for college campuses, 23 percent say anti-Semitism is a "very serious problem" there and another 34 percent call it "somewhat of a problem", as compared with 21 percent who say it is "not much of a problem" ...
  • Students kept at school after mercury found

    Students kept at school after mercury found

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    Almost 50 families have brought bags of clothes to the school for screening. School is cancelled through Friday. They were kept at the school for about 17 hours Wednesday into early Thursday while being examined for exposure and contamination.
  • UCLA associate football coach violates NCAA ethics; fined $5000

    UCLA associate football coach violates NCAA ethics; fined $5000

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    The NCAA announced Friday morning that it has fined UCLA $5,000 and added a two-year show-cause order to offensive line coach Adrian Klemm for violating ethical conduct rules. If UCLA continues to employ him or another school hires him during this period, it must appear in front of the Committee on Infractions to show why restrictions on his coaching activities should not apply and submit a plan for oversight of his activities.
  • Historic railroad depot in Long Beach destroyed by fire

    Historic railroad depot in Long Beach destroyed by fire

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    A fire investigator was summoned to the scene to determine a cause, Heflin said. The Depot, originally built in 1907 near Broadway and Pacific Avenue, was the sole survivor of the three railroad stations that once served Downtown Long Beach around the turn of the last century.
  • No Brexit talks until end of next year, warns Van Rompuy

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    Senior figures in the European Union believe that Britain will give up on Brexit if they make negotiations as tough as possible, The Daily Telegraph understands. In a report on Article 50, the Constitution Committee challenged this procedure, arguing that Parliament must "play a central role" in the decision to launch negotiations, either by passing an Act of Parliament or approving resolutions tabled in both Commons and Lords.