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Messi leaves Barcelona match with apparent leg injury

The game ended 1 -1, leaving the Catalans 3 on the log, three points behind arch rival Real Madrid. He appeared to grimace while touching his right thigh. Captain Bruno Soriano gave Villarreal the lead on the stroke of halftime with a boldly chipped penalty after Sergio Ramos had handled in the area, although the Real captain made amends by heading in the equaliser in the 48th minute.

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Percent of Latinos Have Negative View of Donald Trump

In association with the University of MI and Georgetown University, Gallup conducted more than 30,000 interviews and asked USA adults what they could remember regarding the two major presidential candidates: Clinton and Donald Trump. Some 31 percent of potential voters now see the Republican in a positive light, a change from previous surveys in which less than one out of every four voters had a favorable opinion of Trump.

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5 million in Somalia don't get enough food, UN report says

Al-Shabab, the Islamist militant group , has been battling the UN-backed government in Somalia for years and has carried out a string of attacks in neighbouring Kenya . Some returnees said aid agencies haven't provided them with food since their return to Mogadishu and similar camps elsewhere. People like Ahmed, who have returned to Mogadishu after leaving Somalia due to the starvation, haven't found much aid once coming back.

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Rocket League's AquaDome update will take sports-car soccer under the sea

You can check out the trailer below. Two premium aquatic-themed DLC Battle-Cars, Proteus and Triton, will also launch simultaneously with the stadium and will be priced at Dollars $1.99 per auto. Additionally, two new cars will be available for purchase. The AquaDome arena will be free to play on for all Rocket League owners. Both of these cars have been designed with the underwater theme in mind, and will be available individually for Dollars $1.99 per vehicle.

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Friends of Mokena Library fall book sale is Sept

Friend Mary Jane Desmarais said the library sale is a big operation that takes about six months to organize. "Once it starts it doesn't stop, even after the sale there are still a lot of things we have to do". There, you can pose for a photo with a banned book and the photos will be posted to #BannedBooksSIUC. There also will be an early bird sale on Thursday from 6-8 p.m.

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View proposed changes to New York's Common Core standards

Others, however, anxious that not all concerns around the standards were reflected in the recommendations released Wednesday. Elia said she could not say which type of change was most common. "When Commissioner Elia was appointed a year ago, she was absolutely very visible and accessible", Lyndonville High School Principal Aaron Slack said.

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Homebuilder Lennar to buy WCI Communities in $643 million deal

WCI said the merger agreement gave it 35 days to shop for a higher offer. About 1.72 million shares have been traded so far today, well above its average trading volume of roughly 307,784 shares per day. Headquartered in Bonita Springs, Florida, WCI Communities is a fully integrated homebuilder and developer with complementary real estate brokerage and title services businesses.

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Obama, Netanyahu Reaffirm Bonds, Even as Old Rifts Linger

He added: "We all have to do better as leaders in tamping down, rather than encouraging, a notion of identity that leads us to diminish others". The U.S. election year is like "waiting for a powder keg to explode". He said the USA agreed to the extended military aid plan because "we want to make sure Israel has the full capability it needs in order to keep the Israeli people safe".

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China lifts import ban on U.S. beef

The past seven years have represented the strongest period in history for American agricultural exports, with global sales of US farm and food products surpassing $1 trillion between fiscal years 2009 and the present. Since 2003, USDA has led a multi-agency, full-court press, dedicating significant resources to restore foreign market access for US beef. The U.S. also has very good beef.

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Judge: Some St. Louis seat-license holders have rights in LA

The ruling, from Judge Steven Limbaught, says that some Rams fans in St. Louis are entitled to buy season tickets for the team's games in Los Angeles while others are entitled to refunds on their deposits bought for games here. The FANS contract states that a relocation of the team terminates the contract. The Rams argued that relocation shouldn't technically count as a termination of the agreement.

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Analysts Evaluation On Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA)

The stock is going forward its fifty-two week low with 40.96% and lagging behind from its 52-week high price with -16.16%. It touched its peak point at $31.00 and its lowest price point stood at $30.16 in last session after starting the trading at $.

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Philippine 'hit-man' says overheard Duterte order killings

Since his election more than 3 ,000 drug users and dealers have been killed in police operations or by vigilantes, according to the authorities, amid global alarm over human rights violations. Duterte corrected him: it was 1,700, he said. He also argued the claims of De Lima that there were now 3,526 fatalities in the drug war, saying there are only 1,506 killed during Duterte's term.

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But Apple claims it's found a fix

Apple's latest mobile operating system iOS 10 on the iPhone and iPad , has been giving trouble to the users after it was launched and there have been reports that the update is "bricking" devices. What are your thoughts about this new feature that has been released on WhatsApp for iPhones that run on iOS 10? iOS 10 is finally here and WhatsApp has wasted no time in taking advantage of all the new OS has to offer.

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Zuckerberg, Chan Pledge $3B to Fight Disease

Zuckerberg and his paediatrician wife Priscilla Chan made the announcement about the funding at an event for their philanthropic organisation, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative . Zuckerberg and Chan stressed that they believe that their goal can be accomplished - if not in their lifetime, then in their child's lifetime. Zuckerberg took an engineering approach to the challenge, reasoning that there were a handful of big health culprits including cancer and neurological disease so it was ...

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Wells Fargo CEO grilled by senators over fake accounts

Wells Fargo sales employees, trying to meet targets that called for every customer to have eight products with the bank , opened more than 2 million bank and credit card accounts, regulators said last week in levying a $185 million fine.

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Handmade at Amazon Expands into Europe

With Handmade at Amazon, customers can discover products from artisans with the familiar Amazon experience they know and trust. Amazon GM of Marketplace Consumer Businesses said in a press release: "When we introduce a new business at Amazon, we think long-term and globally".

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Indigenous Australians are the most ancient civilisation on Earth

Depiction of the Jarijari (Nyeri Nyeri) people near Merbein engaged in recreational activities, including a type of Aboriginal football, by William Blandowski & Gustav Mützel, 1857. The data may show Aboriginal Australians came to the continent as early as 31,000 years ago. This divergence was most likely caused by environmental barriers; in particular the evolution of an nearly impassable central desert as the Australian continent dried out.

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European Stocks Rise After Fed Holds Rates

USA stocks are rising Wednesday morning, following global markets higher, as investors wait for the Federal Reserve to conclude a policy meeting. Asia is experiencing a relief rally after the US Federal Reserve decided not to change its monetary policy yet.

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Micron Technology, Inc. 33.3% Potential Upside Now Implied by Nomura

On Aug 29, 2016, Standpoint Research said it Downgrades its rating on Micron Technology. Deutsche Bank AG reiterated a "buy" rating and set a $16.00 target price on shares of Micron Technology in a research report on Wednesday, June 1st. Equities analysts anticipate that Micron Technology will post ($0.01) EPS for the current year. In other news, VP Brian Shirley sold 48,750 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Tuesday, July 5th.

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Fed Leaves Rates Unchanged as 3 Members Dissent

Chair Yellen said many major world economies are also pursuing economic growth through central bank policy. It was the first time it has used that wording since late a year ago, when it most recently raised rates. The FOMC's next meeting is scheduled for November. That's why the last meeting of the year in December is seen as the most likely time for the next rate hike as long as the economy keeps improving in line with the Fed's expectations.

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Samsung issues Note 7 software update to extinguish battery problems

AIR China today became the latest Chinese carrier to ban Samsung's Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones, asking passengers not to use or charge them during flights or carry them in their checked luggage after reports that they overheat while charging and explodes.

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Bangkok outranks London as the world's number one travel destination

The Mastercard Index of Global Destination Cities ranks cities in terms of the number of their total worldwide overnight visitor arrivals and the cross-border spending by these same visitors in the destination cities, and gives visitor and passenger growth forecasts for 2016.

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IHS Markit: iPhone 7 Manufacturing Cost Higher Than iPhone 6s

After adding a few parts here removing a few there, Apple seemingly has spent more making the iPhone 7 than it did with iPhone 6S . Apple this year isn't going to tell us how many new iPhones it sold during the launch weekend . After the sound issue that has been haunting Apple's iPhone 7 and its successor iPhone 7 plus, has been fixed there seems to has a new problem that has beenrumouredd lately.

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Syrian opposition says ceasefire efforts lack credibility

Ayrault, who has criticized Washington for not releasing the cease-fire agreement, said the U.S. The State Department said it was ready to work with Russian Federation to strengthen the terms of the agreement and expand deliveries of humanitarian aid but added that Russian Federation must clarify its position on the status of the cease-fire.

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Syria | Aid group: Strike hit mobile unit not medical facility

Hours after the Monday's announcement, an air strike hit an aid convoy near Aleppo, killing 20 civilians and destroying 18 trucks, the Red Cross said. He said Monday's attack, which killed 20 civilians, had raised profound doubt over whether Russian Federation and the Syrian government would live up to the terms of the ceasefire deal.

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Samsung says there are 3 reports of China phone battery fire

With Verizon and Sprint resuming sales of the Galaxy Note 7, we expect AT&T and T-Mobile to follow suit very soon. Then, it happened. Report after report of exploding devices. So far, almost a quarter of all Note 7 owners in the U.S. have already replaced their device, with the majority opting for a new phone rather than a refund.

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Don King says n-word at Trump rally

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump listens as he is introduced by boxing promoter Don King prior to speaking to the Pastors Leadership Conference at New Spirit Revival Center, Wednesday, Sept. Earlier in the day, Mr. King raised eyebrows when he used the N-word in reference to blacks. As former Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Digital Director Brandon English pointed out on Twitter, Cleveland Heights is 42 percent black, so it couldn't have been that hard to find ...

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Jabil Circuit, Inc. (NYSE:JBL) Issued With 'Neutral' Rating At Goldman Sachs

Average sales estimate is measured after the consensus analysis of 10 Analysts. Analysts estimated a revenue of $4.27B. Diversified Manufacturing Services revenues (37% of revenues) decreased 14% year over year to $1.6 billion. On Wednesday, the company projected revenue in that segment-which is dependent on the consumer-products industry-will drop 12% in the current quarter from a year earlier.

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Keanu Reeves as legendary hitman in "John Wick: Chapter 2" poster

As previously promised, Stahelski states they will answer "What's it like to be in a world like this?" and focus on "creating a universe, and creating a world, and creating a little bit of escape". In all seriousness, we could use more action movies about sharp-dressed assassins with great hair who love dogs. It will have "exclusive, never-before-seen footage" for the audience, whether or not a full trailer will then be released to a wider audience as well.

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Apple's New iPhone Makes Hissing Sound Under Load (AAPL)

Or is it actually just normal? It's one of the weirder torture tests you will ever see. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are enjoying the undivided attention of the premium segment even before hitting most markets of the world but this new issue might hamper their sales in markets like India.

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US, Russia wrangle over airstrike on Syria aid convoy

According to two US officials spoke to Reuters on Tuesday, two Russian Sukhoi SU-24 warplanes were in the skies above the aid convoy at the time it was struck late on Monday, citing USA intelligence that led them to conclude Russia was to blame.

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Listeria concerns spur another Blue Bell recall

They are warning us about this. A batch of edible cookie dough that Blue Bell gets from a third-party supplier, Aspen Hills, may contain listeria . The recall notice is posted on the Blue Bell web site; it is not on the FDA recall page yet. The selected recalled products were produced in its Sylacauga, Alabama, plant.

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Suarez hits back at Felipe Luis with 'football is for men' jibe

Filipe Luis posted a photo on social media that showed a stud mark on his foot, claiming the damage was inflicted by Luis Suarez. Biting and stamping were games reserved for the backyard and teenagers, but Luis Suarez has made it his mission to introduce his childhood skills to the football field.

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Twitter 'refuses to comply with' Pak govt's requests for account removal

According to TechCrunch, 46 percent of the total requests Twitter gets is typically protected by a gag order, and only 7 percent of affected users are usually notified that the U.S. Twitter is, however, yet to remove any account requested by the Indian government or court order. The requests targeted a total of 20,594 accounts, with no action taken on 15,195 of them, Twitter said, adding that officials in Turkey made 2,493 of the requests, while 1,601 came from Russian Federation.

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Indian media fumes over Pakistan's stance at UNGA

Dismissing Sharif's allegations about rights violations in Kashmir, Akbar said "the only occupation in Jammu and Kashmir, which is a part of India, is the occupation of a part of Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan's occupation army". Ban Ki-moon in his opening statement mentioned his concerns in the areas of West Asia and Syria without mentioning India-Pakistan or J&K. The Indian external affairs minister will address the session on 26th September and will lead the countries stand against the ...


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