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Philippines' Duterte Says Obama Must Listen First, Then Talk

The upcoming meeting between Chinese and U.S. leaders will focus on narrowing and managing differences and expanding practical cooperation between the two countries, an official said. It's good and if it's to the advice of my team, the military, the police and these guys, then good work", the President said. Duterte said he would also hold talks with China, which will be represented at the Laos meeting by Premier Li Keqiang.

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Malaysia reports 1st Zika case imported from Singapore

The outbreak and advisories come as the tourism industry in Singapore already faces weak global economic growth. Mr Arrmanatha told journalists that the patient had tested positive for Zika. Her husband showed no signs of being infected. There are no vaccines for either disease, though researchers are now carrying out clinical testing in regions vulnerable to the viruses.

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Tropical Storm warning issued for US East Coast

Tropical storm conditions are possible in the tropical storm watch area by early Friday . Heavy rains and gusty winds could affect New Jersey on Saturday afternoon and stick around through Sunday , but that's far from certain as of 6:30 a.m.

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Italy Rescues 6500 Migrants from Mediterranean Sea

Some 2,300 migrants and refugees crossed into Greece in August alone. Latest data from the International Organization for Migration , released on Friday (August 26), said some 105,342 migrants have reached Italy by boat this year, many of them setting sail from Libya.

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Shares boosted by Fed rate hike talk

We've had this hawkish commentary from officials on numerous occasions in the past but with a consensus appearing to build and policy makers repeatedly hinting that at least one hike this year is likely, markets need to take notice. "The big question is how much further the dollar is boosted, which will be related to how much more hikes markets price into the remaining 2016 FOMC meetings".

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Samsung Said to Halt Supply of Galaxy Note 7

The folks at GizmoSlip put the Galaxy Note 7 in a large bowl of water at the beginning of the video - battery charged and phone turned on - then put it in the freezer. " You should use its original charger just in case and leave the phone far away from where you are while charging". Reports came primarily from South Korea, but some units from the United States were also affected as they started catching fire while being charged with the original Samsung charger.

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England vs Pakistan: Records go for a toss after hosts score 444

Unbeaten in all their nine limited-overs matches so far this summer, England are therefore Royal London Series winners - having taken a 3-0 lead with two to play. With this result, England have clinched the five-match series 3-0. The left arm quick bowler conceded 110 runs from his 10 overs, just three shy of the record of 113 conceded by Aussie Mick Lewis against South Africa in Johannesburg 10 years ago.

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Apple 'AirPod' Wireless Headphones May Accompany iPhone 7

The Verge notes that it's been two years since the Apple Watch went on sale, and the only new model came out six months later. A new device registration has been spotted by Russian tech blog mobiltelefon.ru for "AirPods"-the name suggesting they may be a wireless version of Apple's EarPod headphones".

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Apple Announces Keynote for September 7

Though not a traditional release time for Apple smartphones, there is a feeling a launch could happen alongside the appearance of a new Apple Watch around the same time. Fortunately, it also comes with a water-resistant cover, and will have a dual camera for better photos. Well, for starters, we'll be seeing the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

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USA accuses European Union of grabbing tax revenues with Apple decision

Through those 37 years together we've done some exciting things, we now have 6,000 people, we've grown the employee population by a hundred times. "We believe that makes us the highest taxpayer in Ireland that year", he told the Irish newspaper.

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Researchers identify 'record-breaking' galaxy cluster 11.1 billion light years from Earth

It's made up of 11 massive galaxies, nine of which are experiencing a "baby boom" of stars. CL J1001 includes eleven huge galaxies, and at its core lies a very active star-forming region, where the equivalent of over 3,000 Suns are being produced each year.

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Obama to visit far-flung Midway Atoll in conservation push

In 2014, he extended the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument south-west of Hawaii, which now covers 1.2m sq km (490,343 sq miles). The monument designation bans commercial fishing and any new mining, as is the case within the existing monument.

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Apple's next iPhone to debut next week

Yes, you read right. Moreover we may also see Type-C interface on this model. According to reports , Apple will unveil iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus on September 7 , pre-orders for newest iPhone devices are expected to open on Friday September 9th, with sales to commence one week later on September 16th.

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New drivers roll out to the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4

Nonetheless, Enstars reported that Microsoft Surface Phone is expected to hit the market not earlier than March next year. Microsoft is tossing in a lucid 4K quality and Ultra HD resolution for its screen with a display featuring 3840 x 2160 pixels for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, ensuring customers that they'll get clear imagery from the next Microsoft Surface Pro installment.

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Google announces the launch of Android 7.0 'Nougat'

Users enrolled in Android Beta Program will also be getting the update. You'll find Google's much-lauded split-screen mode, 72 new emoji, enhanced notifications and improved gaming features thanks to support for the Vulkan API. "There are over 250 major features in Android Nougat ", Google V-P Product Management, Android and Google Play, Sameer Samat said . Now, the Taiwanese company has revealed when can users expect the new OS version to arrive on their devices.

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Arlington Brief: IRS Phone Scam Targets Residents

Police officials said the callers, who identify themselves as an official with the Internal Revenue Service, tell the intended target they owe taxes. There are many imposter sites online created to trick you into giving up your private tax and security information.

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Fiery Beyoncé wins near-record haul at MTV video music awards

She danced through fire and smoke, took a baseball bat to a camera and had her dancers end the performance laying on the stage to symbolize the power of women. - Male video: Calvin Harris feat. Rendered as an on-screen caption in the wake of Beyonce's epic throwdown on Sunday's Video Music Awards, the sentence wasn't supposed to trigger pity.

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Dollar hits three-week on solid jobs data

The sector typically rises with talk of higher rates, on the expectation that banks' income could rise as they charge more for loans. Oil prices fell roughly 3 per cent on August 31 after data showed a large surprise weekly build in United States crude and distillate stockpiles and a smaller-than-expected drawdown in gasoline.

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Obama to press China on steel at G20, Lew says

In Kirton's opinion, China's leadership also lies partly in "its recurrent strong wisdom to adjust to the overwhelming consensus and the consensus of its partners to produce collective success". It said basic agreements have been reached on a G20 blueprint for innovation-driven growth, an action plan to carry out the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and an initiative to support the industrialization in Africa and the least developed countries.

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Samsung delays Galaxy Note 7 phone shipments in South Korea

Samsung did not elaborate on what further testing was required and to where shipments of the high-priced phablet were being delayed. Quality control problems, if confirmed, could deal a major blow to the world's top smartphone maker, which was counting on the Galaxy Note 7 to defend sales momentum against new Apple Inc phones expected to be unveiled next week.

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Tropical Depression Nine to impact Tampa Bay with heavy rain through Friday

FSU employees who live in flooded, low-lying coastal areas who can not safely travel to work at any time should contact their supervisor as soon as possible regarding the use of appropriate leave. Nearby Manatee County also closed schools. 22News took a look at if we could be seeing any impacts this labor day weekend. Cumberland Island is reachable only by boat and ferry service will shut down during the closure.

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UEFA Champions League draw unveiled

The new rules come into force from 2018, and the biggest change to come from the new structure is that the top four qualifiers from Europe's top four leagues - currently Spain, Germany, England and Italy - will now have four teams automatically in the group stage, removing their involvement in the playoff process.

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Apple expected to debut iris-scanning capabilities with next year's iPhone

Aside from reports that the iPhone 8 will feature a curved OLED display with an embedded home button , we've now heard more rumblings that the device may include an iris-scanning feature as well. In the wake of the technology's deployment on the Samsung Galaxy Note7, East Asian firms expect iris recognition to become a much more widely spread feature on new smartphone models.

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Hurricane Madeline weakens as it nears Hawaii's Big Island

Island residents were bracing themselves for a week of possible power outages and food rationing because of delays of the cargo ships that bring all of their essential supplies, said Galen Yoshimoto, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency spokesman.

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Lenovo Yoga Book (Android)

A button-press illuminates a "Halo" keyboard on its flat black surface , allowing owners to use it like a laptop. "You get advantage from Lenovo's pen input signal, and the apparatus is also a lot narrower than Microsoft's Surface", said Mr Moorhead.

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HTC's One A9s looks even more like a mid-range iPhone

Evan Blass can put another correct prediction under his belt - as anticipated, HTC today unveiled the One A9s, a successor to the controversial A9 from late 2015. The built-in battery has been gently bumped up to 2,300mAh but there's no fast charging feature this time, so here's hoping the A9s has at least inherited the same impressive battery life optimization from its predecessor.

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What to expect at this year's IFA

Lenovo's teaser video for IFA includes everything from tablets to new Moto Mods, an intuitive keyboard , new devices and more. That's what we are looking forward to over the IFA event how about you? Samsung has already delivered great things this year with the Samsung Galaxy S7 but they are not stopping there as they have two IFA events scheduled.

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U.S. airlines given go-ahead for Havana flights

Earlier this summer, the Department of Transportation approved six USA passenger airlines and one cargo carrier to serve cities in Cuba other than Havana. "The Havana competition was one of the most over-subscribed competitions that I've been a part of", Foxx said in an interview before the plane took off .

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Sony Xperia XZ and X Compact press renders leak ahead of launch

Lenovo's teaser video for IFA includes everything from tablets to new Moto Mods, an intuitive keyboard , new devices and more. That doesn't mean Samsung won't have anything to show at IFA, but it likely won't have any phones on the docket.

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Red Cross encourages students to donate blood during National Preparedness month

The blood that is donated goes to helping people with sickle cell disease, cancer patients and for emergency medical situations. Rodney King, the external communications manager of the Red Cross, said volunteering through the organization is a great way to help others, especially during the month of September.

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Dahi Handi:SC to hear human pyramid plea

The "Govindas" showed black flags in protest against the apex court's order. The question that arises is: Should for the same reason all adventure sports be also banned? At Dadar in Mumbai , some Dahi Handi mandal members lay on the ground and created a "sleeping pyramid" exceeding the 20-feet norm.

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North Korea executes vice premier for education in latest purge

The official sentence which carried him to the firing squad was "an anti-party, anti-revolutionary agitator" as allegedly reported by an official minister who wishes to remain anonymous. The official said Kim Yong Jin first faced an investigation because of the way he was seated during a June meeting attended by Kim Jong-un. Another ruling party official in the propaganda department was also reprimanded, Jeong said.

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Alex Hales and England blast Pakistan for ODI record 444

For his 122-ball 171, Alex Hales walked away with the Man of the Match award. The Green Shirts capped off their dismal bowling performance with a poor batting display. Hales was also involved in England's highest ever ODI stand with Jason Roy , unbeaten 256, against Sri Lanka just two months ago in Birmingham. He surpassed Robin Smith's unbeaten 167 set in 1993 against Australia.

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Hernandez can't stop Mariners' slide in 14-1 loss to Rangers

Just got to have fun". Servais also gets to shoulder the blame for tonight because I'm exhausted of hearing all sorts of crap about the Ranger's good luck. Gomez said that he was looking for pitches up in the zone rather than chasing Hernandez's sinker and beating it into the ground. Seattle pitcher James Paxton mishandled the bunt and then threw wildly to first and Odor ended up on second base.

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Apple iPhone 7 confirmed for September 7 unveiling

The iPhone generates about two-thirds of Apple's sales, making a product refresh essential to help revive growth in the run-up to Christmas. On the other hand, the iPhone 7 Plus might feature a dual rear camera with one being able to capture normal shots and the other one for wide angle shots and better depth of field.


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