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Devin Nunes , chairman of the committee. Another supporter of a pardon is journalist Glenn Greenwald, who wrote the first stories about Snowden's leaks of mass NSA surveillance, both in the USA and worldwide. The report was endorsed by both its Republican and Democratic leaders. The bipartisan report accuses former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden-"not a whistleblower"-of leaking information that "caused tremendous damage" to USA national security".
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    Following the USA sending two armed B-1B bombers over the Korean Peninsula in an apparent show of force, the North threatened on Thursday that its nuclear warheads will turn Seoul into ashes. The nuclear provocation marked the second of its kind this year after the nuclear test carried out in January, which led the UNSC to adopt the toughest-ever resolution to date that aimed to cut off the flow of money to the North that can be used for its development of weapons of mass destruction.
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    The prime minister's chief of staff Katie Telford and principal secretary Gerald Butts posted a joint statement on their Facebook pages Thursday, taking full responsibility for the expenses and apologizing for all the fuss. The opposition parties of Canada fear they could be subjected to human rights abuses and death penalty in China. Although Telford and Butts said they wouldn't ask any other political staffers to follow their lead, Ovens and Marques evidently felt they had little choice.
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    The timing of the fire is particularly troublesome as it comes right after 9/11 and the morning before the big Muslim holiday Eid-al-Adha, the holiday of the sacrifice . About 30 investigators were still at the mosque after 9 a.m. Sheriff's officials said they will be releasing the video and asking for the public's help in identifying the person who set the fire.
  • UFC 205 Receives Second Title Fight

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    The 115-pound title fight will take place on the pay-per-view portion of UFC 205, but will not headline the event, which is scheduled to take place inside Madison Square Garden. Carmouche and Chookagian have one thing in common: Their last fights were against Lauren Murphy. The man known as "Remember the Name" rebounded a third-round TKO over Augusto Montano at UFC Fight Night 94 last Saturday.
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    A Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 new smartphone is displayed September 2 at a store in Seoul, South Korea. You can also determine whether your Note7 needs to be exchanged by locating the unique International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number on the back of the phone or packaging, and either calling Samsung or entering the number into an online tool at the company's website.
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