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  • German writer wanted by Turkey 'released in Spain'

    German writer wanted by Turkey 'released in Spain'

    With the charges raised against him remaining unknown, German officials said the move was politically motivated. Cologne-based Akhanli, who has previously been jailed in Turkey before being granted political asylum and citizenship in Germany , was released by the Spanish court on condition he stay in Madrid while authorities await the formal extradition request from Turkey.

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  • Shocking: Three young girls murdered by a relative

    Shocking: Three young girls murdered by a relative

    The two other girls were sisters visiting the family in Maryland from Newark, New Jersey. When the younger cousin's mother got home, she found all three girls stabbed. Fire crews were called to the scene and determine the children were dead. Jennifer Donelan, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County police, said: "This is one of the most hard that our officers have arrived on".

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo fails with appeal against five-match ban for pushing referee

    Cristiano Ronaldo fails with appeal against five-match ban for pushing referee

    On Monday the Spanish Federation (RFEF) issued Ronaldo with an automatic one-game ban for the red card plus an extra four-match suspension for the push. After being shown the 10th red card of his career, Ronaldo then lightly pushed the referee. Real head coach Zinedine Zidane will also being Luka Modric back after suspension while others such as Dani Ceballos, Marcos Llorente and Theo Hernandez could make their home debuts during the game.

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  • Sir Colin Meads, New Zealand rugby's first superstar, dies aged 81

    Sir Colin Meads, New Zealand rugby's first superstar, dies aged 81

    Meads played 133 matches for the All Blacks between 1957 and 1971 and appeared in 55 Tests. New Zealand fly-half Dan Carter: " Such sad news to wake up to today. But he displeased the New Zealand Rugby Union in 1985 when he managed a rebel Cavaliers team, featuring many All Blacks, which toured South Africa in breach of boycotts in the apartheid era.

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  • 1 person -- not 2 -- killed in plane crash near Madras

    1 person -- not 2 -- killed in plane crash near Madras

    FAA spokesman Ian Gregor has said the plane that crashed Saturday was a single-engine, homebuilt Wheeler Express. The plane, a homebuilt Wheeler Express, left from San Carlos Airport and crashed under unknown circumstances at 1:50 p.m. The plane crashed near the top of the south side of Willow Creek Canyon and was fully engulfed in flames when officials arrived on the scene. Many people are in Madras for viewing Monday's total solar eclipse as the town is in the path of totality.

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  • Falwell backs Trump on Charlottesville, admits president could be more 'politically correct'

    Falwell backs Trump on Charlottesville, admits president could be more 'politically correct'

    It was the first time Trump had called out the hate groups by name. Two police on duty also died when their helicopter crashed. "Anything other than strong condemnation from Trump [of the hate groups] is disappointing", Georgia Hamann, a 2006 LU graduate and attorney in Phoenix, Arizona, who penned a letter to the school on behalf of the participating alumni's behalf, told HuffPost on Sunday.

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  • India confirms 'incident' on China border

    India confirms 'incident' on China border

    Such incidents are not in the interest of either side. Media sources said that the Chinese side had taken an aggressive stand at the meeting and even sought to blame the Indian troops for Tuesday's skirmishes. However, he did not confirm whether the incident involved stone pelting or use of rods and asserted that, "I just said there was an incident". But after the Indian troops inducted 17 new high-speed interceptor boats, each of which can carry 16 to 18 soldiers, they have been conducting ...

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  • Cow deaths: Chattisgarh BJP leader running cow shelter sent to jail

    Cow deaths: Chattisgarh BJP leader running cow shelter sent to jail

    He wondered aloud if the BJP's Chhattisgarh government will charge its leader Harish Verma, at whose cow shelter over 200 cattle died of alleged starvation and lack of medicines, under harsher provisions of the law. "We noticed J.C. Bamford (JCB) machines operating near the cow shelter two days ago and informed media persons". More than Rs. 10 lakh meant for the cow shelter is pending with the government and they have not granted it till now.

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  • Whosoever JD(U) goes with, they win: Nitish Kumar

    Whosoever JD(U) goes with, they win: Nitish Kumar

    The formal decision paved the way for the party to join Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet, four years after it walked out of the BJP-led NDA . Earlier, Sharad Yadav turned down Nitish Kumar's invitation to participate in the national executive committee meeting. Tyagi said the party does not plan to take any action against Yadav, at least for now.

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  • North Korea Sees Planned US-South Korea Wargames as 'Catastrophe'

    About 25,000 US service members joined last year's UFG drills. US forces will join military forces from major South Korean units representing all services, as well as South Korean government participants. "And had Pyongyang halted testing in 2015, Washington wouldn't be facing the imminent threat of a North Korean ICBM today". "As long as the US hostile policy and nuclear threat continue, the DPRK.

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  • Colin Kaepernick an option to consider in Jacksonville?

    Colin Kaepernick an option to consider in Jacksonville?

    Winston led the Bucs on an 11-play, 83-yard drive on the visitors' first possession, ending in Doug Martin's two-yard TD run. The fact that the team called an audible and kept Henne in with the first-team offense to start the second half of the game Thursday spoke volumes.

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  • Trump slams 2 GOP senators as 'toxic' and 'publicity seeking'

    Trump slams 2 GOP senators as 'toxic' and 'publicity seeking'

    Heyer". Heather Heyer is the woman who was murdered on Saturday by an alleged Nazi sympathizer who drove his auto through a crowd of people gathered to protest white supremacy. Stanton said. Flake's opposition greatly angered Trump, and in July, the president offered to pay $10 million of his own money to assist in unseating Flake , according to The Independent.

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  • 3 children found dead in Maryland home

    3 children found dead in Maryland home

    Three girls under 10 years of age were found slain on Friday in a Maryland home and police have launched an investigation into the killings, officials said. They were found to have suffered from 'trauma to the body, ' Donelan said. "We're locating people that we need to interview and that is going full speed".

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  • Ireland won't be used as pawn in Brexit negotiations - Coveney

    Ireland won't be used as pawn in Brexit negotiations - Coveney

    Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney welcomed the "much needed clarity" provided by the paper, in particular the commitment to upholding the Northern Ireland peace process and retaining freedom of movement across the border. An alternative would be a new customs partnership in which Britain effectively adopts the EU's external customs border to allow for free EU-UK trade, but applies its own trade policy and tariff for imports and exports with third countries destined only for the UK market.

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  • United States seeking major overhaul of NAFTA, not tweaks

    United States seeking major overhaul of NAFTA, not tweaks

    Capitol as a backdrop. "We need to ensure that the huge trade deficits do not continue and we have balance and reciprocity", Lighthizer said. The U.S. Although Freeland did not mention it, one of those interests is to preserve a dispute-resolution mechanism in NAFTA that the Trump administration wants to eliminate.

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