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China promises co-operation on steel at global summit

When addressing the opening ceremony of the G20 Hangzhou Summit on Sunday, Chinese President Xi Jinping not only identified major challenges facing the global economy but also prescribed remedies to revive sluggish growth, said experts and observers from different parts of the world.

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Eastern gorillas threatened with extinction

The species has just had its status changed from "endangered" to "critically endangered" on the updated Red List of Endangered Species. The Grauer's gorilla population has declined by 77 percent and now features on the "critically endangered species" list.

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Leslie Jones website hack being investigated by ICE, Homeland Security

He added, "As a matter of agency policy, we are unable to disclose any information related to an active investigation". The Ghostbusters star's official website was hacked on Wednesday, revealing her personal identification, including information found in her driver's license and passport.

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England fans go mad on Twitter at Rooney's midfield role

With an emphatic win in Norway , the Germans got July's European Championship semifinal loss to France out of their system Sunday. "Sometimes you've just got to stick at it until the last minute and, thankfully, we got the goal". Adam Lallana pounced in the fifth minute of stoppage time to ensure Sam Allardyce made a winning start as England manager, clinching a 1-0 victory over Slovakia .

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US officials investigating Russia's attempts to influence 2016 election

The FBI has alerted state and local officials to potential cyberthreats, and the Department of Homeland Security is offering aid to help localities deal with cyber-disruptions on election day. "I hope to have a heart-to-heart talk with President Putin to move forward on the issue of a peace treaty and the Northern Territories", Abe said, using the Japanese name for the islands, which in Russian are known as the Southern Kurile islands.

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US probes Russian effort to upset election

US intelligence and law enforcement agencies are teaming up to investigate the "ambitious", covert role Russian Federation is playing in terms of manipulating the USA election process. "The important thing is the content was given to the public". Cybersecurity analysts traced the hack's digital markings to known Russian government hacking groups.

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Carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon and GaAs

This is big, because for decades, scientists have been trying to figure out how to build the next generation of computers using carbon nanotube components, because their unique properties could form the basis of faster devices that consume way less power.

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Priyanka Chopra Unveils New Teaser Of Quantico Season 2

She tweets to share the small clip of the second season of her hit American show Quantico 2. Last season, every installment was named after the last word spoken on screen. Her reward- she was sacked from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, but before the screen blacked-out, she was offered a position in the Central Intelligence Agency.

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Tesla Model S P100D Ludicrous does 0-60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds

In the case of Model S, auto owners can travel an estimated 315 miles on the EPA cycle and 613 km on the European Union cycle by upgrading their batteries. Tesla claims it's now the "quickest production auto in the world" and we can't really argue. It can go 289 miles on a single charge. Tesla plans to begin selling its Model S sedan and Model X SUV with a new 100 kilowatt-hour battery that will enable faster speed and greater range, letting the vehicles operate in the company's so-called ...

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Hanjin's creditors ready to provide $90 million in funds-government officials

The conglomerate said it will provide its stakes in overseas terminals, including the one in Long Beach, California, as collateral. South Korea's largest container-shipping line is seeking stay orders in 43 countries to protect its vessels from being seized due to legal actions by creditors following the court receivership filing last week that stranded cargo liners in mid- voyage and roiled companies' supply chains before the year-end shopping season .

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McIlroy saves best for last in Boston win

McIlroy came from six shots behind third-round leader Paul Casey to draw level with the Englishman after just nine holes and then go on to win by two shots with a 65 for a 15-under-par tally at TPC Boston. "I've just not been as positive about the situation as I could have been". "It's just incredible how things can change in this game from being three over par early in this tournament", he said.

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Obama: US and Russia will keep working toward Syria agreement

Hua questioned why China would intentionally create trouble for the United States, adding that the incident was not a high-level issue, echoing comments made by Obama on Sunday. The Chinese leader was also to meet Japan's nationalist Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday, their first encounter in more than a year with their nations divided by territorial disputes and recriminations over history.

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Bill Clinton tells Detroiters He Brought Prosperity; Defends Foundation

Trump says he also plans to go to to Flint before the election season is over, but his campaign has not said if or when that visit might happen. "He criticized my foundation which has gotten top ratings from every one of these rating agencies".

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Rosberg wins in Italy to cut Hamilton's lead

While Hamilton's team publicly insisted his sluggish getaway was a combination of auto and driver, the Briton appeared more at fault. The 2016 Italian Grand Prix at Monza saw a terrific drive from Mercedes AMG F1's Nico Rosberg. "This win is incredibly special for me and standing up there and singing with thousands of people gave me goosebumps", said Rosberg, who led a rendition of White Stripes" "Seven Nation Army' with the Monza crowd as he celebrated his triumph.

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SNP Breakaway Initiative Should Boost Support for Independence

She said: "If the miscarriage hadn't happened, would I be sitting here as first minister right now?" The First Minister added that "tough issues" will not be ducked, including how an independent Scotland would address a £15 billion deficit and what currency it would use.

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Spark stops sales of Samsung Galaxy Note 7's after global recall

Following today's announcement of a worldwide recall of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone , Samsung has issued an official statement on how it will exchange devices for customers in the US. And M1 only said, "In line with Samsung's global Note 7 sales halt, M1 has stopped sales of the handset ". Customers who purchased a Note 7 through one of the carriers and don't want to wait for Samsung's exchange program will able return or exchange the devices, the companies said, although the terms ...

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Meizu's M3 Max launches in China

The phone packs 64GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded via microSD card 9 (up to 128GB). Talking of cameras, the Meizu M3 Max boasts of a 13MP rear shooter backed by Sony IMX258 sensor and dual tone LED flash. Also, there's a 4,100mAh battery with support for mCharge fast charging, which means that the battery can be charged up to 45% in just 30 minutes. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 processor, with four Cortex-A53 cores clocked at a clock frequency of 1GHz ...

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Intex Aqua S7 specifications and price revealed for India

It happens to be powered by the popular MediaTek MT6735 64-bit quad-core chipset, clocked at 1.3 GHz with the Mali-T720 GPU. Intex Technologies in collaboration with DragonTrail has enriched its 4G portfolio with the launch of its latest feature-rich, powerful and stylish 4G smart phone - Aqua S7 today.

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Nicola Sturgeon to launch new drive for Scottish independence

Ms Sturgeon said a second independence referendum was "highly likely" following the poll, but has promised to explore other options to safeguard Scotland's status in Europe. "So I think it would be immeasurably impoverishing for Scotland and the United Kingdom, impoverishing for all of us, if Scotland were to be independent, so I am totally opposed to Scotland being independent".

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BRICS should shape international agenda: Modi

A meeting of BRICS leaders is also slated for Sunday morning. Vietnam and India have strengthened their defense ties in recent years. The five Brics countries should also work to safeguard the position of multilateral trade system as the key channel, jointly build an open world economy and oppose all kinds of protectionism and exclusionism, to ensure that all countries will be equal in terms of development rights, opportunities and rules, Xi said.

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Giant panda no longer on the endangered list but still vulnerable

A giant panda and her cub at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center in Wolong, Sichuan province. Through its "rent-a-panda" captive breeding program, China has also loaned some bears to zoos overseas in exchange for cash, and reinvested that money in conservation efforts.

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Allardyce: We got what we deserved

Then Allardyce will need his players to provide more of a threat than they did against Slovakia. Allardyce had vowed that Rooney would no longer play as a number 10 on his watch, but the captain nonetheless lined up in midfield beside Jordan Henderson in a 4-1-4-1 system.

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Sam Allardyce to keep 'lucky penny' after late England victor against Slovakia

With Group F minnows Malta due at Wembley next month, ahead of a trip to Slovenia three days later, England have the opportunity to boost their goals output in Allardyce's first game on home turf. "People will talk this year as well, but it's part of football". England struggled to shrug off familiar problems, controlling the game without looking like winning it even after Slovakia defender Martin Skrtel was dismissed for stamping on Harry Kane in the 57th minute.

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Giant pandas no longer considered endangered species

With the WWF's help, the Chinese government has worked to build 67 nature reserves for the pandas, protecting almost two-thirds of the animals. However Wei Fuwen, a senior researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences who participated in the official evaluation of the panda's Red List status, told People's Daily Online that the classification change was a good sign.

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Obama and Putin discuss Syria cease-fire

Trump took offense to the treatment. The lack of red carpet treatment for Obama even dominated analysis of the meeting between leaders of the world's two superpowers. The Russian leader underscored that the United States is among Russia's key partners in various spheres. Putin spoke at a press conference following the G20 summit in China, and said "we're on the right track", adding that an agreement could be forthcoming within days.

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IPhone 7 Specifications and Features we know so far!

Apple Inc .is slated to unveil the next entries to its flagship iPhone series on September 7 at an event in San Francisco. A new color by Kuo is described as glossy "piano black". KGI recent reports support most rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7 devices, revealing Apple's flagship phones' high-end specs. A dual-lens camera is what we are going to see with features like optical zoom, and while one will be a normal lens, the other will offer wide-angle shots.

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How to watch the Sony PlayStation September conference

As with previous PlayStation Meetings, Sony will be livestreaming the event, allowing gamers from around the world to watch it live on their PCs, tablets and smartphones. While we know this much to be true, there are still question marks surrounding the release date of the upcoming console, though a major hint may have been dropped which suggests that the PS4 Neo will arrive sooner rather than later.

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The Giant Panda Is No Longer an Endangered Species

Wei Fuwen of the Chinese Academy of Sciences told People's Daily that he sees the move as a positive sign. "Knowing that the panda is now a step further from extinction is an exciting moment for everyone committed to conserving the world's wildlife and their habitats", said Marco Lambertini , WWF Director General, in a statement .

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Tesla's Autopilot software update makes automated cars safer

More than 130 million miles have been driven with Tesla's Autopilot feature since the system made its debut in October. Tesla's Autopilot system uses cameras and radar, but not laser-based lidar as some other self-driving systems do. As a result, the company has stressed on the fact that the driver needs to remain alert even while the Autopilot is on. "While we appreciate well-meaning advice from any individual or group, we make our decisions on the basis of real-world data, not ...

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Giant Pandas No Longer Endangered After Decade Of Conservation Efforts

The world's largest living primate has been listed as critically endangered. The listing has put the gorilla species (eastern and western) as well as the other four subspecies as critically endangered, and near extinction. The IUCN Red List update included 82,954 species - including both plants and animals. Andrew Plumptre of the Wildlife Conservation Society, the lead author of the revised listing, said that acknowledging its threatened status may help us to turn the population around.

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Oil Price Gains after Saudi, Russia sign pact

It rose as far as $46.53 on Monday, the highest since August 30. While Russia-Saudi cooperation is yet to yield firm steps toward steadying the market, a joint press conference between the two oil giants is rare and shows a growing trust and understanding that collaboration is vital to oil's recovery.

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Donald Trump visited a black church in an attempt to get votes

Mr Trump arrived at the church to the sound of protests against him taking place outside. Donald Trump received a warm welcome to a predominately black Detroit church on Saturday. "I believe we need a civil rights agenda for our time, one that ensures the rights to a great education, so important, and the right to live in a good-paying job and one that you love to go to every morning,"Trump said".

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US Presidential Election Series No beating Clinton in fund raising

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is leading Donald Trump by seven percentage points, a latest poll has said, while another survey projected her trailing the Republican candidate by a wafer-thin one point margin. "She still has work to do to translate her message to that important voting group". The presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has tightened considerably in Wisconsin, a new Marquette Law School Poll finds.

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Truncated Hermine TV Alert Wrongly Airs Evacuation Order

Tropical storm warnings were cancelled for the NYC region, but warnings are still in effect for Suffolk County, as high winds and coastal flooding could still be in the cards for the area . Fire Island is a thin strip of land off of Long Island's southern shore that is a popular summer destination. "The fact that Fire Island's "voluntary evacuation" was only lifted today is proof that we need better and more up-to-date information as it pertains to potential emergency situations like this".

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Putin and Obama fail to find deal to end bloodshed

A U.S. official said "differences remain" despite two rounds of talks between Secretary of State John Kerry and his counterpart Sergei Lavrov, but that they would meet again in coming days. The deal depends on the two sides agreeing to closer military coordination against extremist groups operating in Syria, something the Russians have long sought and the United States resisted.


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