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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 - South Korean Company says re-sales are delayed

According to Samsung , about 200,000 affected customers have turned in their devices. Apparently, this would help to keep them safe and at the same time, still keep their smartphones functioning well. This news story is related to Latest/152767-Samsung-Electronics-delays-South-Korea-re-start-of-Note-7-sales-by-three-days/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne.

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Congress rejects Obama's veto of Saudi Sep 11 bill

John Cornyn of Texas, the Senate's No. 2 Republican, and other supporters said the bill is narrowly tailored and applies only to acts of terrorism that occur on USA soil. "This bill is about respecting the voices and rights of American victims", Cornyn said. "Its potential second- and third-order consequences could be devastating to the Department and its Service members and could undermine our important counterterrorism efforts overseas", Defense Secretary Ash Carter wrote in a letter to ...

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Kate Hudson hoping to record album

On Tuesday's Tonight Show , she and Jimmy Fallon bonded over their mutual love for the R&B group En Vogue . However, the actress warned listeners that they shouldn't expect happy pop music from her. She managed to rival Sinead O'Connor's version of Prince's " Nothing Compares 2 U " and went head to head with Fergie with her take on " Cinema Italiano ".

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2 students, 1 teacher wounded in school shootingOfficial

One student was shot in the leg, while the other was shot in the foot. A teenager shot and wounded two children and a teacher at an elementary school in SC, before being taken into custody on Wednesday, police said at a news conference .

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Evolution of large dinosaurs linked to development of bony cranial ornaments

In this case, feathers replaced skull ornamentation. To discover the relationship between these embellishments and the dinosaurs' size, the researchers analyzed 111 fossils of theropods with or without ornaments and compared their sizes over time.

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Yahoo hackers may seek intelligence, not riches

As for your credit card data? It did not include unprotected passwords, payment card data or bank account information, the firm said. "The investigation has found no evidence that the state-sponsored actor is now in Yahoo's network", the company said.

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Ahead of debate, Trump endorsed by U.S. immigration officers

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has not and will not endorse any candidate for office", she said. "Behind closed doors, ICE has inserted itself into the fragile relationship between local police and immigrant communities by requesting local police take on the role of federal immigration agents", said Rob Bonta, D-Alameda, who authored the TRUTH Act, in a statement .

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ISIS did not use mustard agent in base attack

After it landed within the base, USA troops tested it and received a positive initial reading for mustard agent. The shell landed several hundred yards from the nearest US troops. "The number of coalition forces in Iraq is now 8,000 personnel, including 4,500 Americans", U.S. Army Lieutenant-Colonel John Dorian said at a press conference held at the U.S.

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Fishing gear killed endangered right whale, NOAA says

The recent death of two right whales in the Gulf of ME and the discovery of another entangled in fishing gear is bringing renewed attention to the plight of the endangered species. "It was severe. There was gear wrapped around the whale's head, its flippers and its tail". On Saturday, the Coast Guard towed the whale carcass into Portland.

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Flight MH17 Was Shot Down By Missile Moved From Russia, Investigators Say

A civilian investigation by the Dutch Safety Board also concluded past year that MH17 was hit by a Buk missile fired from eastern Ukraine, but Moscow denied that pro-Russian rebels were responsible. But the investigation was not required to assign blame for the missile strike, and did not say who was responsible. The report, released Wednesday, was "solid proof" of a Russian role in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, Ukraine's president said.

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Galaxy Note 7 To Relaunch In India On October 7th

Samsung is now going through the recall process, trying to exchange 2.5 million sold Galaxy Note 7 units so that sales could restart worldwide. When reports of similar explosions began popping up, however, Samsung had no choice but to issue a global recall.

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SpaceX's Bold Plan to Generate Fuel on Mars

Elon Musk unveils plans of colonising Mars during the 67th International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico on September 27, 2016. Musk's talk, which was streamed live online, laid out highly technical, detailed plans for development of a space vehicle capable of getting humans to the red planet in sufficient numbers to colonize it, build a city and create a self-sustaining civilization.

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Ancient Roman coins found in ruined Japanese castle

The sub-tropical island chain hosts a cluster of U.S. military bases and thousands of troops. Among the haul were 4 copper coins dating back to the Roman Empire in around 300 to 400 AD. The coins were found in Katsuren castle in Okinawa. The broadcaster adds that the coins, which are now on display at a museum in Uruma, may be the first from either Rome or the Ottoman Empire that have been found in Japanese ruins.

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Labor Department launches review of Wells Fargo sales practices

Stumpf, Ms. Tolstedt or other executives as a effect of the information developed in the investigation", the bank said. The scandal ignited September 8, when the San Francisco-based bank agreed to pay a record $185 million to authorities including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after a review found employees may have opened more than 2 million accounts and credit cards without consumers' permission.

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Apple Music execs talk exclusives, relationships with artists, and more

Apple Music was released previous year as a streaming alternative to competitors like Spotify. Over the a year ago, it's been abundantly clear that Spotify has plenty of human curators (and smart humans working on its algorithmic playlists), just as it's been increasingly obvious that for all Jimmy Iovine's man over machine blather at launch, Apple Music also sees algorithms playing an important role in its discovery features.

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Trump gets back on message at first rally after debate

Trump and Holt duked it out on numerous issues, and neither came out a clear victor. When final results are in, the audience for her first presidential debate will more than double what her husband, former President Bill Clinton, received for his last presidential debate in 1996 (36.3 million viewers).

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Scientists reveal world's first baby with DNA from 3 parents

But the birth of the child, whose Jordanian parents were treated by a US-based team in Mexico, should fast-forward progress around the world, say embryologists. A spokesman for the fertility center said Zhang was not available for further comment Tuesday. "A US-based research group apparently escaped the more rigid regulatory framework in the U.S.

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Chance The Rapper to Perform at White House for Christmas

It's never too early to get excited for the holiday season - or to freak out about the fact that Chance the Rapper will be performing for the Obamas at the National Christmas Tree Lighting concert. "And he keeps pushing me to the back, and I'm like, 'I don't understand why he won't sign my sh-,'" he said. He told me I needed to start selling my music.

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133 bodies recovered after migrant boat capsizes in Egyptian waters

A search operation continued on Friday , with rescuers saying they would focus on the boat's hold where witnesses said around 100 people had been when the vessel capsized. More than 10,000 people have died crossing the Mediterranean towards Europe since 2014, according to the UN. Over 4,600 people of different nationalities were arrested this year, UNCHR said, a 28 percent increase compared to last year.

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Cyberpunk 2077: Tops The Witcher 3 In Numbers

It turns out that CD Projekt Red has applied for a grant from the Polish GameINN program that "aims at increasing the competitiveness of the Polish gaming industry on a global market by 2023". This could also mean that they might take less time to finish the game. The other two applications are for "Animation Excellence" and "Cinematic Feel", which don't tell us quite as much.

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Barriers, berms, sandbags holding back the floodwaters in Cedar Rapids

The National Weather Service says the rain-swollen Cedar River is forecast to crest Tuesday at 23 feet, which is about 7 feet into the category of major flooding but still below the 2008 record. but I'd rather clean up some sand and pick up some unused sandbags than go through months and months and months of mucking out people's homes and businesses", Corbett said.

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Gears of War 4 Preload Now Available on Xbox One

At the Xbox Fanfest event in Sydney, Australia this week, both men were approached with the question, "If Gears of War could expand into any other gaming genre, what would it be?" Of course, Spencer did tell Oseija to be careful about what he said.

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Samsung Note 2 catches fire in aircraft; DGCA summons company

The DGCA has also summoned Samsung officials to discuss the issue on September 26. Following the incident, the aviation authority in India issued a statement directed to all Samsung Note users: turn off your phones or leave them at home. These phones will have to be switched off if it is being carried on person or as part of the hand-baggage. The DGCA had earlier asked flyers to keep Samsung Galaxy Note 7 switched off while flying.

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Google Express delivery comes to Long Island

After placing an order, customers can specify a delivery window - either next-day, two-day, or even same-day service to certain metropolitan areas. "Today, we're very excited to be further expanding our efforts - making it easy for millions in Buffalo - and the entire state of NY to get things they need from stores they love - delivered fast".

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'Doctor Strange': New Character Posters Introduce the Sorcerers of the Kamar-Taj

Benedict Cumberbatch has confirmed Dr. On the whole though, I think Marvel have done a pretty good job of delineating their heroes' various territories - the Netflix heroes take care of their cities, the Avengers safeguard Earth, and the Guardians defend their corner of the galaxy - and Doctor Strange's introduction shouldn't upset that intricate tapestry.

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Ohio high school football player dies after suffering injury

Euclid High School in a statement called Jackson a "hardworking student athlete" who "brought smiles to all those with whom he came in contact". Jackson, a junior at Euclid High School, played fullback and outside linebacker for the school, according to WEWS .

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Deutsche Bank chief denies asking German government for help

Some analysts are anxious it could invoke a large-scale crisis, bigger than in 2008. On the markets, investor concerns saw the cost of insuring Deutsche Bank's riskier subordinated debt rise to a record. Deutsche Bank shares hit a record low of 10.19 euros and were trading down 3 percent at 10.23 euros by 1200 GMT as investors fretted over the impact of claims it missold mortgage-backed securities.

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First baby born with DNA from 3 people - mom, dad, egg donor

An abstract describing the research has been published in the journal Fertility and Sterility, but outside experts said much more remains to be understood about the research. This embryo was implanted in the "nuclear" mother and the child was born nine months later. The technique involved removing some of the mother's DNA from an egg, and leaving the disease-causing DNA behind.

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NASA Spots Evidence of Water on Jupiter

The study opens possibility for Europa to gather samples of Europa's ocean without drilling through the miles of ice. In late 2013, the Hubble telescope observed water vapour erupting from Europa, in what was hailed as a "tremendously exciting" discovery.

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Honda says Takata air bag ruptured in Malaysia crash, 1 dead

The report said the driver's vehicle was recalled in July 2015 but the fix was never completed. No details of the victim were provided. Honda Motor Co. Japan's Takata Corp 7312.T is in talks with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve allegations of criminal wrongdoing related to its faulty air bags, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

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Trooper trumps carpool lane cheater

The vehicle was in the carpool lane and had a presidential passenger - a large Donald Trump head cutout attached to the passenger side headrest. "Do you know why?" Trooper Johnson answered, "She would have been treated equally, exactly as Donald Trump was treated today".

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Images of suspect in 1992 Massachusetts slaying released

She had been raped and stabbed. The sketch was put together by Parabon NanoLabs, a DNA technology company that uses DNA evidence to predict the physical appearance of suspects. Her purse and school work were found inside the store and her auto was parked where she had first left it, prosecutors said. No one had stolen money from the store, the victim's vehicle was still in the parking lot, and her purse appeared to have been undisturbed.

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NASA may have spotted water on Jupiter's moon

A team of scientists analyzed the images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope and confirmed the rumors announced in 2013, regarding the existence of water on the surface of Europe, one of Jupiter's moons. "And so we were looking for absorption features around the limb of Europa as it transited the smooth face of Jupiter". They both used the same equipment but used a different method to reach the same conclusion.

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BlackBerry stops making smartphones

In May, the company's chief executive, John Chen, said he would know by September whether the hardware business was likely to become profitable. It's not a huge surprise. BlackBerry's days of making hardware are officially over. Chen said in an interview with BNN that the company's plan to outsource hardware development may result in a limited number of layoffs.

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The Cape Cod manatee is pregnant

While checking the wellbeing of the manatee, the Mystic veterinary team performed an ultrasound test on the rescued manatee and determined she is pregnant. It turns out that two manatees were saved last week when International Fund for Animal Welfare staff fished a female manatee out of the waters of Eel River in East Falmouth.


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