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The same report also quoted rebel-run Al Masirah TV which said the attack killed 52 people and left more than 100 wounded. Its spokesman, Colonel Turki al-Malki, showed images of mortars at a press conference in Riyadh on Friday and said they demonstrated that Houthi forces were behind the carnage.
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    Los pasajeros de ambas compañías son principalmente turistas extranjeros . Según Andina , el choque se produjo a la altura del kilómetro 88 en la vía entre Ollantaytampoy el pueblo Aguas Calientes . Dos trenes chocaron este martes por la mañana en la vía a Machu Picchu , entre Aguas Calientes y Ollantaytambo . La ciudadela inca fue descubierta por el explorador estadounidense Hiram Bingham en 1911.
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    El presidente de la ANC, Diosdado Cabello, destacó la importancia de este decreto derogatorio para poner freno a las ilegalidades y los problemas económicos asociados al tema cambiario. El salario mínimo es de 3 millones de bolívares. "Si ya los privados pueden intercambiar entre ellos quizá no haga ni siquiera falta (el Dicom ), habría que ver como se organiza un mercado de este tipo", indicó.
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    Info from Licensor: "My family and I were driving through Hayden Valley in Yellowstone looking at wildlife and the scenary when we upon slowed traffic due to bisom along the road". Past year there were five bison attacks in the park. Within the same week two others were attacked by an elk. "This is a wild animal that fights for aggression, fights for territory", he said .
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    Police have identified a suspect in the shooting death of a cardiologist who once treated George HW Bush as the vengeful son of a woman who died on the doctor's operating table 21 years ago. Pappas was charged with murder Wednesday in the ambush shooting of cardiologist Dr. Mark Hausknecht . Why hold a grudge for 20 years? Hausknecht's wife, Georgia Hsieh, said police told her that her husband was riding through a construction site when the gunman rode up in front of him and fired three ...
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    A seven-year-old girl in New Zealand has convinced the country's transport agency to change its road signs to be more inclusive to women . Carew and her family talked about the sign and "wondered why it said " MEN " when women can be line-workers too", she wrote in her letter.
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    As of Thursday afternoon, the Carr Fire has burned more than 125,000 acres and is 35 percent contained. "So we're going to have to adapt, we're going to change our technology, but in the meantime we're going to spend a hell of a lot of money and there is going to be a lot of unpleasant events and suffering as a result", said Governor Brown.
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    About 60 homes were ordered evacuated as the blaze erupted late Tuesday and winds whipped flames through brush, grass, oak, pine and fir near the Mendocino National Forest, officials said. They both started on Friday. The fire is believed to have been started by a malfunctioning auto on July 23. The 51,539 acre Ranch Fire is 10% contained, and the 28,869 acre River Fire is 12% contained, as of Tuesday night.
  • Facebook Shutters More Fake Accounts, Believed to Be Linked to Russian Federation

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    The social network founded by Mark Zuckerberg found itself at the center of controversy during the 2016 presidential election for the use of its platform to disseminate hoaxes and fake news. It said that there were more than 9,500 Facebook posts created by the accounts and one piece of content on Instagram. The Event - "No Unite the Right 2 - DC" - was scheduled to protest an August "Unite the Right" event in Washington.
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    Trump said instead that "The Prime Minister and I agree that the brutal regime in Iran must never be allowed to possess a nuclear weapon". CBS chief White House correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the latest. Italy spent an estimated 1.15 per cent of GDP on defence in 2018, according to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation figures. Trump greeted Italy's Giuseppe Conte as "my new friend" and said they bonded at the recent G7 meetings in Canada.
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    Defence Distributed agreed to temporarily block Pennsylvania residents from downloading the plans after state officials went to Federal Court in Philadelphia on Sunday in search of an emergency order. A judge in Seattle granted the injunction Tuesday after eight USA states and the District of Columbia argued that criminals and terrorists would use the blueprints to make untraceable, undetectable plastic weapons.
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    She did not elaborate further. In the March budget the Liberals announced they would raise income assistance rates by three per cent. MacLeod said that will be reduced to a 1.5 per cent increase. "When you're encouraging people to accept money without strings attached it really doesn't send a message that our ministry and our government wants to send", she said Wednesday.
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    El sistema eléctrico sufrió este martes 31 de julio una falla que dejó sin servicio a la capital venezolana y a parte de los estados de Miranda y Vargas , informaron las autoridades. "Se está trabajando para reponer el servicio", señaló en Twitter el ministro Energía Eléctrica de Venezuela , Luis Motta . Dichas declaraciones fueron publicadas a través de la cuenta en la red social Twitter del canal estatal Venezolana de Televisión (VTV); sin embargo, esta intento de calmar a la ...
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    Maduro invitó el sábado a los dueños de cualquier tipo de vehículos a que acudan a un censo a través del Carnet de la Patria , para hacer "uso racional" de la gasolina mediante una nueva política energética. Asimismo, fija los precios de varios rubros y monopoliza las divisas mediante un control de cambios. Maduro , que suele achacar la crisis a una "guerra económica" promovida por Estados Unidos para derrocarlo, llamó a la militancia del PSUV a sumarse a la recuperación de la ...
  • Cocodrilo muerde el brazo de un domador en medio espectáculo en Tailandia

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    Miró al público y le dijo al locutor que detuviera la música. El número incluía que el hombre abriera la boca del reptil e introdujera un objeto y su brazo , en reiteradas oportunidades. Por suerte logra zafarse y se va del lugar con rastros de sangre. Según el dueño del centro, Dong Wittawat, ya el cuidador se encuentra bien y en unas dos semanas se reincorporará a trabajar con los cocodrilos nuevamente, pues "le encantan" estos animales.
  • Ex-Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort goes on trial for bank fraud

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    Jurors in federal court in Virginia heard opening statements from the prosecution and defence in Manafort's trial on charges that he hid tens of millions of dollars earned in Ukraine in offshore accounts and defrauded banks for loans. Manafort's lawyers are attempting to block the 51 exhibits detailing this work from court, claiming the evidence is "irrelevant, prejudicial and unnecessarily time-consuming evidence", Bloomberg reports, but Mueller's team say the documents are needed to ...
  • Second poll suggests electorate backs new Brexit vote

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    Hartley-Brewer replied: "I don't think we do have a majority in favour, the latest Sky poll says 50% of people support of having a second referendum, we're not sure what question would be asked in a referendum, but it's the highest percentage I've seen".
  • Indian PM Modi speaks to Imran Khan after PTI election victory

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    On July 28, the MEA in a statement said that "India desired to have a prosperous and progressive Pakistan at peace with its neighbours". A picture making rounds on social media shows Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan meeting one of the independent candidates who joined his party alongside senior aide Jehangir Khan Tareen.
  • Spoilt Cambodian ballot papers seen as protest over 'sham' election

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    Cambodia's Prime Minister and President of the Cambodian People's Party (CPP) Hun Sen prepares to cast his vote at a polling station during a general election in Takhmao, Kandal province, Cambodia July 29, 2018. The Australian government expressed its "serious concerns" about the vote, saying it had "reversed more than 25 years of progress towards democracy in Cambodia".