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One of the ads features Carlos Gutierrez, the secretary of commerce under George W. Bush. In the video, the title of which translates to "Country First", Gutierrez warns Americans not to vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump, whom he says is "dangerous".
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    The South China Sea dispute was tackled at the closed-door meeting with some of the leaders, including Duterte, who reiterated calls for the conflicts to be resolved peacefully and in accordance with worldwide law, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
  • Miss Italia 2016, ecco le 40 finaliste di questa edizione

    Miss Italia 2016, ecco le 40 finaliste di questa edizione

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    Ha deciso di partecipare a Miss Italia per superare i propri limiti:”Sono molto timida e questa avventura mi sta aiutando a crescere. Mariagrazia è una studentessa, quest'anno dovrà affrontare la maturità. Non ci saranno più gli rvm: bisogna raccontarsi in 140 caratteri e nei 7 secondi di Snapchat . E' all'ultimo anno di Liceo Classico. A Jesolo nella mia vita sono sempre andato di notte, a ballare o come ospite in alcuni eventi.
  • Obama meets Duterte after 'whore' slur: Philippines

    Obama meets Duterte after 'whore' slur: Philippines

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    On Wednesday, Obama and Duterte shook hands and talked briefly before attending a gala dinner at the summit. The East Asia summit will be attended by the leaders of the 10 Asean nations and those of India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Russian Federation.
  • Dead, 3 Missing As Category 1 Hurricane Batters Mexico's Baja California Peninsula

    Dead, 3 Missing As Category 1 Hurricane Batters Mexico's Baja California Peninsula

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    Though the storm should dissipate over the Southwest in the next day or so, leftover moisture from Newton will help fuel drenching rain and thunderstorms across the Plains and Midwest later this week, AccuWeather predicted. Local airports closed late Monday, while small boats were barred from using the ports in case of a storm surge in low-lying areas. Rainfall of up to 12 inches was expected to spark "life-threatening flash floods and mudslides", especially in coastal areas, according to ...
  • PM to Dutch MPs: Palestinians won't accept Israel's existence

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    They also discussed bilateral relations, in addition to current worldwide efforts aimed at holding an global conference to revive peace talks between the Palestinians and the Israelis. Ms Bishop told Mr Netanyahu, leader of the country's right-wing Likud party, that Australia and Israel enjoy a deep friendship, recognising the contribution Australia's Jewish community make to the nation.
  • Bergdahl lawyers to present arguments on McCain comments

    Bergdahl lawyers to present arguments on McCain comments

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    Bowe Bergdahl by court martial after he fled his base in Afghanistan in 2009. Among the issues being considered during pretrial hearings is whether Gen. Abrams said he wasn't influenced by the letters and none came from government officials, current service members or anyone with firsthand knowledge.
  • Turkey Says Three Soldiers Killed By Islamic State In Syria

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    Turkish-backed forces clashed with YPG fighters in the initial stages of the two-week old Turkish incursion into Syria, but have since shifted their focus onto territory held by Islamic State and captured a string of villages. Speaking to media on Tuesday, Recip Erdogan said that US President Barack Obama suggested the possibility of joint military action against the terror organisation during last weekend's G20 meeting in China.
  • Syrian Regime Accused of Chlorine Gas Attack

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    More than 100 people were hospitalized after barrel bombs containing chlorine were dropped in the city of Aleppo. Although the chemical attack has not been verified by independent monitors, the respiratory problems reported by activists and residents on the ground indicate the use of chlorine gas, which is banned by global conventions.
  • Trump and Pam Bondi Ties Go Deeper as Fundraiser for Bondi Revealed

    Trump and Pam Bondi Ties Go Deeper as Fundraiser for Bondi Revealed

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    When it comes to political corruption, he's about as skilled and successful as he is at selling steaks or vodka. To be exact it took place on September 17, 2013, four days after it was reported that Bondi's office was considering whether to investigate fraud allegations against Trump University, the Associated Press reported earlier this year.
  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Calls For Desperate Measures

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    In 1991, Iran and Saudi Arabia renewed diplomatic relations after coming to an agreement to allow Iranian pilgrims to perform the Hajj again. Saudi Arabia's top cleric said Iranians are "not Muslims" in response to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's criticism of the Saudis' handling of the hajj pilgrimage.