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North Korea Just Launched The Worst Netflix Clone Ever

The dictator reportedly spent hours playing Centipede and giggling madly. Joo Dae Hyun, a senior official at communications agency of North Phyongan Province told KCTV: "Since Sinuiju is a border and gateway city, people have trouble in watching TV due to radio interference".

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Ramen Replaces Cigarettes As Chief Prison Currency, Study Says

The quantity and quality of the food inmates were served dropped as a result. " One way or another, everything in prison is about money ", a prisoner named Rogers told Gibson-Light in the report. They have become so highly-valued that two packets of soup that cost $US0.59 each in the commissary can buy a sweatshirt worth $US10.81. But a new study suggests that cost-cutting measures in USA prisons have led to decreasing amounts of food given to inmates, and turned a new valuable item ...

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Customers Leave Waitress Anti-Immigrant Note Instead of Tip

She's just got Mexican and Honduran heritage. I just feel like it's just rude and disrespectful. " I have worse words to use, but let's go with coward", said owner Angeliki Floros. Are you really concerned about that or are you more concerned about what was put on social media? About that time, John Elledge walked into the restaurant.

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Labour councillors sign letter backing Owen Smith in leadership contest

Despite allegations of being "unelectable", Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party achieved another election victory overnight - adding to a string of positive results since in the a year ago. Instead, they are allowed to preach down to the Labour party membership, the public, the Labour MPs and Constituency Labour Parties who support Corbyn, Momentum, and Jeremy Corbyn himself - as if they McTernan and Murphy were some sort of election-winning dream team.

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Iran acknowledges Russian Federation using its air base to strike Syria

Russian officials pushed back hard Wednesday after the United States suggested that Moscow's use of an Iranian air base to strike targets in Syria could violate a UN Security Council resolution. "So we're looking at it and we're trying to make a sober assessment of whether this constitutes, in our view, a violation", Toner added. "Such testing should begin with the knowledge of the UN Security Council's Resolution 2331, which requires getting UN Security Council's consent to the sale, ...

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Mexico will continue to rescue drug lord's kidnapped son

The prosecutor said the kidnappers appear to belong to the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel, according to an Associated Press report . Police are confident that investigations will uncover the identity of the suspects behind the kidnapping.

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No smoking gun in Bridgegate text

She may have come away the pundits' victor, but New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday, Sept. 16, 2015, Carly Fiorina talked too much last night about herself and not enough about the issues. The closure was meant to create traffic jams in the city of Fort Lee to punish its Democratic mayor for not endorsing the Republican governor, officials say.

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Rio Olympics 2016: Jessica Ennis-Hill second in heptathlon, Johnson-Thompson third

The Kenyan, whose world record run to win gold four years ago was one of the highlights of the Games, said: "I'm in good form, there's no doubt about that". Ennis-Hill finished with 6,775 points, just 35 adrift. "Elinor has been supported in her career by Welsh Cycling as she progressed to the British Cycling programme, and it is a proud moment to see her achieve on the Olympic stage".

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Donald Trump campaign chairman tied to undisclosed foreign lobbying

The Clinton camp says it's further evidence of Trump's cozy relationship with Russian Federation. The Trump campaign was on the defensive Monday after a New York Times report revealed that campaign chairman Paul Manafort was designated to receive $12.7 million in undisclosed and potentially illegal cash payments from a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine.

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Red Cross volunteer from Williamsburg assisting with Louisiana flood relief

The recent floods left the home belonging to St. Johns County resident Jeremy Purvis' 65-year old mother under water. The Arlingtons said they'll deliver food to people's homes and to the 50 shelters that are now housing residents. If you are caught on a flooded road and waters are rising rapidly around you, get out of the vehicle quickly and move to higher ground. Richard Smith, Black Hills Red Cross executive director, says they know of about 12,000 people being sheltered every night ...

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Wall Street Journal to Donald Trump: Fix Your Campaign or Face Reality

You know, we're up in Florida, we're doing well in OH, and I am hearing we're doing well here. The senator added that when Trump "says something I have to speak up on, I will". But there is fresh urgency as some of those worst fears about Trump's candidacy are coming to life and reflecting in polls. Speaking to a Louisville-area civic group in his home state, McConnell said Senate Republicans were going to be "on defense" in this year's election, regardless of who led the ticket as the ...

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ABVP seeks arrest of Amnesty officials over anti-India slogans

Giving a "point-by-point rebuttal" to the allegations raised in the complaint, Amnesty said the first allegation was that "Sindhujaa Iyengar, a political science lecturer at a private university in Bengaluru , Seema Mustafa and Roushan Illahi sang anti-national songs and raised anti-national slogans".

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Tension in Kashmir as four killed in fresh violence

A local police officer said the action occurred after a group of youths pelted an army convoy with stones. More than 5,000 have been injured in clashes and firing by the security forces. Seven fighters were killed by security forces on Monday. Four people were killed in Raipanthan village, while another man was killed in Larkipora village in south Kashmir after the clashes between pro-separatist protesters and police.

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Convoy of IS fighters allowed to leave Syrian city

Thousands of displaced residents streamed back into the northern Syrian town of Manbij on Saturday after USA -backed fighters ousted the last so-called Islamic State (ISIS) militants from their former stronghold, residents and US allies said.

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Every visible and invisible enemy will be crushed: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain

Pakistanis will commemorate their national heroes and pay homage to the sacrifices of martyrs for their sacrifices. The day dawned with 31 gun salute in the federal and 21 gun salute in the provincial capitals, Radio Pakistan reported. The President said Pakistan's mango is known for its sweetness and quality and stressed the need for getting its patent rights registered at the global level to increase its export to the world markets like the European Union.

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Death toll surpasses 70 in Pakistan bomb attack

On Aug. 8, 2013, gunmen shot dead a police official in Quetta, and a suicide blast at the funeral claimed the lives of almost 30 people, including several police officials. Friends and relatives of victims grieve at the scene of the bomb blast outside civil hospital, Quetta. "The targeting of mourners at a civilian hospital makes the attack particularly appalling", said Ban's spokesman Farhan Haq.

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Muhammad, US teammates win bronze in sabre fencing

The American four, consisting of Kelly Catlin, Chloe Dygert, Sarah Hammer and Jennifer Valentine, posted a time of 4:12.454. As Ibtihaj Muhammad gears up for fencing quarter-finals, the world is intrigued more and more by the Muslim American Olympian.

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Volunteers clean up after violence on Milwaukee's north side

The shooting by police came after five people were killed by gunfire Friday and Saturday in Milwaukee . The violence erupted on the city's predominantly black north side, an area beset by a history of violence and distrust between police and the community.

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Bush Cabinet Secretary Will Vote Clinton, Is 'Afraid' of Donald Trump

But as the Philadelphia Inquirer reported at the time , "the unanimous support for [President] Obama in these Philadelphia neighborhoods - clustered in nearly exclusively black sections of West and North Philadelphia - fertilizes fears of fraud, despite little hard evidence".

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Hakan Sukur Arrest Warrant Issued After Failed Turkish Military Coup

USA based cleric Fethullah Gulen at his home July 29 in Saylorsburg, Pa. He further said the decision also provided to shut down all the businesses of Gulen. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim made his comments to a group of Turkish journalists after announcing that US Vice-President Joe Biden would visit Turkey on Aug 24.

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Olympics: Emotional Fiji hammer Britain for historic rugby gold

Osea Kolinisau and his rugby sevens teammates capped Fiji's domination over the past two years with a mighty performance in the Olympic final gold medal game against a British team that was steamrollered by the powerful Fijians. Tears of joy are flowing for Fiji's rugby Sevens team, taking their country's first ever gold medal at the Olympics in Rio. Fijians are so thrilled, in fact, that Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama actually declared August 22 a national holiday so people can ...

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Cannes bans full-body 'burkini' swimsuits from beaches

The new ruling will be in effect throughout August and violators face a fine. A ban on burkinis - a full-body swimsuit for Muslin women - in the south of France has seen a backlash over religious freedom. The local Socialist branch said the burkini ban was an attempt at grabbing headlines which would "play into the hands of religious fundamentalists".

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Chinese minister to meet Goa CM on BRICS arrangements

Speaking on Tuesday, Swift referred to the hangers, saying: "What doesn't reduce tensions are these reports of this continued militarisation of the islands, if that is indeed the case". It also has built infrastructure, including runways and barracks, on the islands and reefs, another state-run newspaper China Daily said in its report.

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Sebastian County Deputy Dies After Shooting in Greenwood

Cooper was shot and killed. Cooper died later at an area hospital. Law enforcement pulled Deputy Cooper and Chief Spells from the scene and began returning shots at Jones. Hollenbeck said the motive for the shooting was still under investigation. James Markward, who lives nearby, said he heard a commotion early Wednesday.

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Israel charges United Nations employee with aiding Hamas in Gaza

Israel's Shin Bet internal security agency said 38-year-old Waheed Borsh has worked as an engineer for UNDP , the United Nations development agency, for 13 years. Halabi siphoned off almost $10 million to fund Hamas terror projects, and ferried physical aid - food, blankets, tents, and much more - from the residents of Gaza for whom they were intended, providing them to members of his al-Aqsa gang.

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Banks must launch 'tech revolution' to benefit customers

This new, all-purpose, banking app should be able, the CMA says, to let customers upload all their banking details so that "authorised intermediaries", such as price comparison services, will be able to tell you where the best accounts and services are to suit the way you typically save and spend.

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White Neighborhood Watchman Fatally Shoots Unarmed Black Teen

He called police shortly before the shooting happened and tells dispatchers that a large group of people were outside racing in the street and he was going outside to secure the neighborhood. "I'm locked and loaded and I'm going outside to defend my neighborhood". He said that he "fired a warning shot " but couldn't be sure whether anybody had been hit.

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Indian troops martyr four more in occupied Kashmir

To encash on misguided sentiments of the locals, Wani told the protesters that he was ready to offer his only daughter for the fight against "Indian occupation" after "sacrificing" his two sons, claimed eyewitnesses. Syed Salahuddin, Supreme Commander of Kashmiri militant group Hizbul Mujahideen on Sunday (August 7) predicted a nuclear war between India and Pakistan over the festering Kashmir issue.

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Kerry: US avoiding 'confrontation' in sea row

Speaking later at a news conference with US Secretary of State John Kerry, Mr. Yasay said there were no losers in Laos and the issuance of a joint communique was a triumph for the 10-member bloc. "Now it is the time to test whether you are peacekeepers or troublemakers", said Wang's statement, referring to the three countries. The three countries issued the statement late on Monday at the conclusion of the trilateral strategic dialogue held between Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop and ...

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Aleppo civilians 'leave rebel-held areas via humanitarian corridors'

Philip Luther, director of Amnesty's Middle East and North Africa program, said the corridors were "not a substitute for allowing impartial humanitarian relief for civilians who remain in opposition-held areas of the city or other besieged areas, many of whom will be skeptical about government promises".

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Rio 2016: Archer Deepika Kumari Blames 'Windy Conditions' For India's Ouster

Russian Federation then won the shoot-off 25-23, leaving the Indian girls dejected, but they able to hold their heads high as they had matched the world's top team on equal terms. It's always a new target when you are on your mark", Bombayala said. The two teams were on even keel at 3-3 after first three sets and the turning point came in the final set.

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11-year-old puts Mike Pence on the spot with Trump question

Mr. Pence asked in a classic stalling tactic. "I've been noticing that you've been kind of softening up on Mr. Trump's policies and words. Is this going to be your role in the administration?" Pence admonished the crowd to tone it down.

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Hammers to learn play-off opponents after Olympic Stadium debut win

Wins will help West Ham adjust to new home, says Bilic was posted in Sports of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on August 05, 2016 and was last updated on August 05, 2016. Sofiane Feghouli gave the Hammers a two-goal cushion when he scored late on to mark a special home debut for the new signing, capping off an impressive performance for the hosts as they progressed 4-2 on aggregate.

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Trump ends standoff with Ryan as he works to repair mistakes

He called Ryan "a good man", adding that they while they may disagree on a couple of things, but mostly they agree. The timing is unusual. Mr Trump earlier this week refused to endorse Mr Ryan when he told The Washington Post he was "not quite there yet" - using the same phrase Mr Ryan had used about Mr Trump before finally endorsing him.

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Chinese fleet sails near Japanese Senkaku islands

The Scarborough Shoal - like other parts of the Spratly island chain - is contested by other countries, including the Philippines. "The website is founded with the aim of positively publicizing our policies, claims, historical proof, legal basis and global cooperation while serving as a reliable channel for domestic and overseas government departments, research groups and individuals to learn about the South China Sea", said SOA spokesman Shi Qingfeng.

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Three killed, 250 injured in Kashmir day long violence

Mohammad Maqbool Khanday was killed allegedly in action by security forces against mobs who indulged in stone-pelting after Friday prayers at Nagam in Chadoora area of central Kashmir's Budgam district, a police official said. Reports said that police and army barged in the village at 7 AM and disrupted the arrangements being made for the rally-cum-conference. Thousands of people participated in a pro-freedom rally organized by the locals in a Pulwama village.

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Angela Eagle Launches Labour Leadership Bid

Mr Corbyn's backers claim that is irrelevant as Labour had an electoral college system at the time and the leadership was not decided by the direct vote of members as it is now. "Most of us are quite clear what the rules are saying, and the only reason we're having this argument is that Jeremy Corbyn's opponents want to keep him off the ballot paper, because that's their only hope of winning", Davies said.

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Parents of Micah Xavier Johnson Speak Out

He was killed by police using a bomb after a lengthy stand-off. Described as a " hermit ", his mother Delphine Johnson revealed Johnson was not always that way. Investigators are trying to decipher the writing by looking through evidence from Johnson's suburban Dallas home. He wanted to protect his country, ' said Delphine.

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Hundreds protest against alleged police killings in Kenya

The bodies of lawyer Willie Kimani, his client Josphat Mwenda, and their taxi driver Joseph Muiruri, were recovered from Ol-Donyo Sabuk River in Machakos County, 73km north-east of Nairobi , on 30 June, a week after the three went missing.

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Labour MPs Back Motion Of No Confidence In Jeremy Corbyn

Corbyn was elected Labour leader nine months ago after touting a leftist, anti-establishment brand of politics that was reflected in the popularity of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. While Corbyn, a lifelong euroskeptic, did urge Labor supporters to vote to remain, critics regarded his campaign as lackluster, and his message as lukewarm.