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Sixteen officers and several demonstrators were injured in clashes overnight Tuesday following Scott's death, the latest in a string of police-involved killings of black men that have fueled outrage across the United States. "They took the book and replaced it with a gun". As they approached an intersection downtown, protesters confronted a column of police cars and officers lining the road and began to surround groups of police and their vehicles.
  • Apple iPhone 7 features make it a better business tool

    Apple iPhone 7 features make it a better business tool

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    Not better than what Samsung had been doing with its smartphones that has the feature, but still a great addition to an nearly household name for smartphones in the U.S. 2012: iPhone 5 released without the common Apple 30-point connector and replaced with the propriety Lightning port, obsoleting thousands of 3rd party peripherals in the process.
  • Pyongyang in a rage over U.S. show of force

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    The report reflects a strong sense of crisis among US experts, in the wake of apparent improvement in North Korea's capability to miniaturize nuclear weapons and its technology to launch ballistic missiles. In the call on Wednesday, Wang said China opposed "unhelpful" unilateral sanctions on North Korea even as he reiterated China's opposition to Pyongyang's nuclear testing.
  • Signa, bufera in Comune per gli appalti

    Signa, bufera in Comune per gli appalti

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    Il pm Leopoldo De Gregorio (che ha ereditato il fascicolo dal pm Luigi Bocciolini) ipotizza reati che vanno dal falso in atto pubblico all'abuso d'ufficio, frode nelle pubbliche forniture, fino alla omessa denuncia e truffa ai danni dello Stato .
  • Michael Kors x Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 70

    Michael Kors x Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 70

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    Quite literally, the camera has Michael Kors's signature on the back along with the brand logo stamped on the front. Michael Kors, a name who's normally associated with purses, handbags and clothing, has teamed up with Fujifilm to launch a limited-edition Instax Mini 70 instant film camera.
  • Mylan CEO to Shift Blame on EpiPen Pricing at House Hearing

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    At the hearing, the panel's top Democrat, Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings , demanded that Bresch apologize even as he predicted that nothing would change after the hearing, and called for legislation. The price increases ignited a national controversy in August, as a growing number of families protested and said they were unable to afford the device through their health insurance.
  • Assailant shot after attempted stabbing at Israeli embassy in Turkey

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    Earlier accounts reported the assailant had been killed, though it quickly became clear that he was only wounded. The suspect, who was described as mentally unstable, had attempted a knife attack and was trying to barge in the embassy. The guard shot the assailant in the leg, according to CNN Turk. Caliskan appears to have expressed anti-Israel sentiments in the past. The following month, Israeli urged its citizens in Turkey to leave the country as soon as possible due to imminent ...
  • South Africa: Students' fees protests turn violent

    South Africa: Students' fees protests turn violent

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    A fire extinguisher was used by students in a move that seemed to have overpowered scores of security personnel who found themselves faced with a mob of stone throwers. The students, roused by the chorus of struggle songs, amassed outside Pietermaritzburg's provincial legislature to demand free education. "We do not believe that resuming university operations for the next two days will be a viable option", she said.
  • Stanford medical student falls to death in Sierra climbing accident

    Stanford medical student falls to death in Sierra climbing accident

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    According to the university, Birukova was awarded the Bio-X Bowes graduate student fellowship earlier this year in recognition of her groundbreaking research into the treatment of antibiotic-resistant wounds. "She had a background in engineering and an interest in chemistry, and we were very excited to welcome her into our program". Birukova was born on May 31, 1990, in Moscow, Russia and attended the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools in Chicago, which educate students from nursery ...