• Kerry Calls on Media to Cut Back on Coverage of Terrorism

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    John Kerry's visit took place at a time when there has been growing security concerns in Dhaka following the July 1 attack at the Gulshan café, in which 20 hostages, including 17 foreigners, were killed. Hasina's government denies the IS group has a presence in Bangladesh, instead blaming the JMB and other local militant groups for a recent wave of bloodshed.
  • UN body says Sioux must have say in pipeline project

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    Both candidates recently traveled to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota to stand with the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline ( #NODAPL ). Eventually construction continued and so did the Sacred Stone Camp . Members of the Yakama Nation, including 12 tribal council members, left Toppenish Sunday by bus and auto caravan to join a growing demonstration against the pipeline, which has drawn an estimated 1,500 people.
  • United States slaps preliminary anti-dumping tariffs on tire imports from China

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    Commerce found a preliminary dumping rate of 20.87 percent against one of the two mandatory respondents in the investigation, Prinx Chengshan (Shandong) Tire Co. China's Ministry of Commerce has repeatedly urged the United States to abide by its commitment against protectionism and work with China and other members of the worldwide community to maintain a free, open and just global trade environment.
  • Storm bears down on Florida, hurricane threatens Hawaii

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    Joe and Kelley Walker of Markham, Virginia, said their family plans to wait out the rain with movies or card games. "We're not anxious about the storm so much unless they say there's something to worry about", said Joe Walker of Markham, Va., who had the beach near Rodanthe to himself, along with his family, as many headed inland, the Associated Press reported.
  • Syrian-Kurdish YPG fighters reinforcing Syria's Manbij

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    A string of villages in northern Syria have been liberated by the Free Syrian Army (FSA), a commander said Sunday, following the group's success in freeing Jarabulus from Daesh. Manbij, on the west bank of the Euphrates River, was captured by the Syrian Democratic Forces alliance, which includes the Kurdish YPG militia, in an offensive backed by the United States.
  • Google Maps is about to change the way you organize your world

    Google Maps is about to change the way you organize your world

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    Of course, Maps will start out with a selection of pre-made lists, such as " Favorites ", " Want to go ", and "Shared places". According to Droid Life , Google introduced lists to the Google Maps beta this week. This just adds the option to sort them a little better. The lists replace Google's normal Save button. For now this functionality is limited only to Local Guides, although we're really hoping Google will extend it to all users soon as this could be really useful for navigating ...
  • Town hall flag at half mast for Italian natural disaster victims

    Town hall flag at half mast for Italian natural disaster victims

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    The magnitude 6.2 quake struck at 3:36 a.m. and was felt across a broad swath of central Italy, including Rome, where residents woke to a long swaying followed by aftershocks. The Civil Protection Department says roughly 5,000 people are involved in operations following the quake. Earlier, officials said two Romanians had died and eight were missing.
  • USA targeted Islamic State official in Syria strike

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    U.S. military sources told various news outlets on Tuesday afternoon that they had targeted an "ISIL senior leader" near al-Bab - between Aleppo and Manbij - on Tuesday, but refused to confirm that it was Adnani. this generation will only grow steadfast on the path to Jihad, stay determined to seek revenge and be violent toward them". Adnani was also responsible for essentially rescinding the call for foreign recruits as the Islamic State began to lose territory in Syria and Iraq ...
  • In Florida, Rubio gets Murphy as rival for Senate

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    Readers, how do you see this race shaping up? Here's what our 10News WTSP Republican analyst says Marco Rubio has to do right now to win. Rubio, 45, was a rising Republican star whose presidential bid fizzled in March when Trump, a brash billionaire real estate mogul, thrashed him in the Florida primary.
  • Clinton Unpopularity at New High, on Par With Trump

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    In a statement , Trump spokesman Jason Miller took aim at Clinton for spending much of the week fundraising, saying, "With Hillary Clinton off the campaign trail yet again this week and continuing to take many communities' votes for granted, we see this as the right time to show voters the benefits of an American economy under the leadership of Mr.
  • Terremoto nelle Marche, Nuove Scosse: Paura ad Ascoli e Macerata

    Terremoto nelle Marche, Nuove Scosse: Paura ad Ascoli e Macerata

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    In particolare, i comuni più interessati sono Castelsantangelo sul Nera, in provincia di Macerata, e Norcia e Preci ( Perugia ). Protezione civile della Regione, vigili del fuoco e le altre organizzazioni impegnate nei soccorsi hanno subito avviato controlli per verificare se ci siano stati ulteriori danni.