• US Appeals Court Declines Bid To Get Certain Provisionals To Count

    US Appeals Court Declines Bid To Get Certain Provisionals To Count

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    The high court in a brief order with no registered dissents blocked a ruling of the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which on Friday had halted enforcement of the new law. The judges noted that the Supreme Court discourages last-minute decisions that affect the election. Justice Anthony Kennedy referred the case to the entire Supreme Court, and the court issued a brief order overturning the appeals court.
  • Japan Makes Exception; Signs Historic Nuclear Agreement With India

    Japan Makes Exception; Signs Historic Nuclear Agreement With India

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    Japan will soon be exporting its nuclear power plant fuel and technology to India under a landmark deal inked last night by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi. It is no secret that Japan does not want nuclear technology transferred to India to be used for military purposes. It has raised concerns in Japan about a risk of the country's technology being diverted to India's nuclear weapons program.
  • Obama: 'Inequality the greatest threat to democracy'

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    Outgoing US President Barack Obama has used his final trip to Europe to call for action to put Greece on a path to "durable" economic recovery, including the possibility of debt relief. African Americans and other groups failed to go to the polls at the record numbers generated by their opponents, according to polls, which assured Trump a presidential victory.
  • Pakistan Warns Turkish Teachers To Leave Country

    Pakistan Warns Turkish Teachers To Leave Country

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    What is the Gulen movement? The Turkish leader has accused Gulen supporters of staging a failed July 15 coup attempt. He welcomed the cooperation extended by Turkey for improvement of Health Care System in Punjab. They spoke on condition of anonymity fearing for their security when they return to Turkey . Erdogan, who was elected in August 2014 after over 11 years of serving as prime minister, was confident before the election that he could transform Turkey into a presidential republic.
  • Apple rumored to bring iPhone manufacturing to the US

    Apple rumored to bring iPhone manufacturing to the US

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    Some of the third-party suppliers that are major suppliers for Apple's iPhones include TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co) which supplies chips for iPhones; Japan Display and Sharp supplies panels for iPhones, and SK Hynix and Toshiba supply memory chips for iPhones.
  • Democrats set to elect new leader

    Democrats set to elect new leader

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    Tammy Baldwin in a statement . Chuck Schumer of NY and Harry Reid of Nevada have also endorsed Ellison . Elizabeth Warren, outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada and likely incoming Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Many Democrats are pushing for a serious change in the party's positions on its policies after suffering a major loss in this year's elections. Brazile took over from Wasserman Schultz, who resigned in July after WikiLeaks released emails showing that DNC ...
  • Xbox 360 games are getting Xbox One boxes

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    What do you make of Greenberg's assessment? Microsoft is still not sharing its Xbox One sales figures, but the company is now boasting that it has been outselling PS4 in US for the past 4 months and in the United Kingdom and Australia for the past 2 months.
  • Obama hopes Trump will ´stand up´ to Russian Federation

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    On his last foreign trip as president, Obama has repeatedly tried to draw lessons from Donald Trump's victory in the USA presidential election, hoping it can serve as wake-up call in the US and overseas. To be sure, there were a number of controversial things said and done during what was one of the most vicious presidential campaigns in American history.
  • Morto Vittorio Bos Andrei, alias

    Morto Vittorio Bos Andrei, alias "Cranio Randagio", rapper di X-Factor

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    Vittorio, come molti altri rapper della sua generazione, era un ragazzo che si era fatto le ossa per strada, cantando le vicissitudini avverse che nella sua vita aveva incontrato. Dopo aver passato la nottata a divertirsi, Cranio Randagio aveva trascorso la notte nell'appartamento. Le cause del decesso saranno chiare solo subito dopo l'autopsia.
  • Mother asks daughter for sex crimes forgiveness

    Mother asks daughter for sex crimes forgiveness

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    She also found it appropriate to start splitting hairs about the details. The twisted mother said she tried to fight it for three months but claimed Jim would attach clothes pins to her private parts and groomed his daughter while she slept.