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Child bomber in Turkey not the only violent use of children

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held Islamic State responsible for the bombing and said that either a suicide bomber, aged between 12 and 14 years, "detonated (the bomb) or others detonated it". Two other suicide bombers blew themselves up in Kirkuk yesterday. The suicide bombing wave in Kirkuk is likely an attempt to weaken Kurdish resolve as preparations continue for an assault on the city of Mosul.

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U.S. to send delegation to Turkey for Gulen's probe

During an interview on Sunday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu alleged that Fethullah Gulen Terrorist Organisation has increased its presence around the world and it had also "infiltrated" India through associations and schools. More than 240 people died and over 1,500 others were injured as a fallout of the failed coup. India, in its turn said it is " looking into " to the Turkish FM's request and remains " sensitive " to Ankara's concerns.

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Shinzo Abe wows Rio finale as Super Mario

Although Japan undoubtedly has some excellent sporting talent, it's nice to see the country embrace the enormous cultural impact that Nintendo has made on the world. Abe transforms into Mario, and drops into a massive green pipe right in the middle of a Tokyo street, only to appear bang in the centre of the stadium in Rio.

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US sends jets to protect forces from Syrian regime strikes

Syrian Democratic Forces troops prepare to fire mortars on ISIS positions, near Hasaka, Syria , November 11, 2015. The majority of the area around Hasakah is held by Syrian Kurdish forces fighting ISIS, but there remain pockets of Syrian regime forces in the area.

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Ex-USC and Raiders QB Marinovich arrested naked with drugs

Officers searched the area and found a naked man hiding in the backyard of a residence on Bluecoat, Hallinan says. The former USC star has been arrested a number of times on drug charges since his time with the Raiders. In 1997, he pleaded guilty to felony charges that he was cultivating marijuana in his Dana Point home and a misdemeanor charge of illegally possessing prescription medicine.

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Trilateral Turkish-Russian committee to discuss Syria

Petersburg. "While Turkish-Russian ties are subject to their own uncertainties, this deterioration of relations with Western powers could accelerate a Turkish-Russian rapprochement", said analysts from the European Council on Foreign Relations.

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Singapore PM 'ill' during speech, not in serious condition

After returning to the stage, PM Lee was greeted with applause from the audience, and resumed to touch on leadership succession. When Mr Lee returned to the stage at ITE College Central, he was met with cheers and a standing ovation. "His heart is fine and he did not have a stroke". "PM Lee says please enjoy the reception", he added. Last year, he had surgery to remove his prostate gland.

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African Migrants Brawl with Locals on French Island of Corsica

France has some of the toughest legislation on headscarves in Europe, including a law passed in 2004 on religious symbols that bans girls from wearing the hijab in state schools, but no current laws ban anyone from wearing a headscarf or full-body bikini at a public beach.

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Recovery Efforts in Flood Ravaged Louisiana Continue

John Bel Edwards for attacking Donald Trump's motives for his visit to flood ravaged Louisiana on Friday. The Louisiana Floods of 2016 have been called the worst US natural disaster since Superstorm Sandy back in 2012. Christie also had some advice for President Obama, who remains in Martha's Vineyard for the remainder of his two week vacation. "It's a presidential election year, and the Olympics are ongoing", she said.

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South Sudan rebel leader flees country

The spokesman declined to provide further details about his location in the county, but an unnamed source told AFP that Machar could be in the capital, Kinshasa . Machar disappeared from Juba following the July fighting. He has been replaced in his absence as Vice-President, and said he would not return to Juba until a regional United Nations force had restored calm there.

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Clashes leave Palestinian killed, scores wounded

Palestinian medical officials say Israeli military fire wounded more than 25 people near the West Bank city of Hebron on Tuesday. The IDF said its forces were on an operation " to uncover weaponry " in the camp and to damage the so-called terror infrastructure in the area.

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Man accused of killing mother, 3 children in North Carolina

Hours later and more than 150 miles north of the killings, Toone was stopped in Ms Howard's work vehicle. The victims were found dead Tuesday night inside their Greenville home after Toone's out-of-state relatives called Greenville police, saying Toone had made concerning comments and they were anxious about the welfare of the Howard and the girls, according to CBS affiliate WNCT .

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Clinton says: 'There is no new Donald Trump'

Donald Trump met with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for an inteligence briefing on Wednesday. As per the USA laws, presidential nominees of the Democratic and Republican parties receive classified presidential briefings which prepares them for presidency if elected.

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Suspected Saudi airstrike on Yemen school kills at least 10 children

Saudi authorities say a Yemeni national accused of killing a Saudi policeman had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and may be linked to an attack previous year on security forces that killed 15 people. According to the United Nations, however, the Saudi-led coalition is responsible for two-thirds of civilian casualties. United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon has accused Saudi Arabia of threatening to cut off funding to United Nations aid programmes over the blacklist , ...

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Aung San Suu Kyi leaves for China

According to Myanmar's official data, from 1988 to the end of 2015, China invested in a total of 115 projects worth over 15 billion USA dollars. Apart for the Myitsone project, the government commission that has been appointed will also review other proposed hydroelectric dams along the Thanlwin River.

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IOC exec arrested for scalping tickets

He reportedly fell ill during his arrest and was taken to hospital. Mr Hickey was charged with conspiracy, ticket scalping and ambush marketing and will be detained while the investigation continues. At the time, Hickey denied any wrongdoing by the OCI but Irish legislators said they wanted to question him about the tickets. Irish citizen Kevin James Mallon, who's an executive at THG - a company that until recently had been the official ticket reseller for the Irish Olympic Committee - ...

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Convicted top Pennsylvania prosecutor to address job status

Kane, who became a rising political star thanks to support from Bill and Hillary Clinton, has been asked to resign by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D.), and prosecutors say they are considering recommending prison time for Kane. However, the trial judge didn't let her lawyers wade into that argument. Prosecutors used aides from Kane's own administration to testify against her in court, and the defense never called any witnesses.

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Hezbollah chief backs Trump's claim that Obama founded Isis

As Trump's campaign has tailspun in public polling, pressure has mounted on the RNC to pull back on its support for Trump or withdraw its resources entirely, redirecting them instead to defend vulnerable House and Senate seats. Ted Cruz compared to non-official results of the vote to 50 percent, while 32 percent of Trump took. the other presidential candidates of the party OH governor John Kasich had 14 percent.

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Hundreds protest hero burial for Philippine dictator Marcos

The dead dictator's son, Ferdinand Marcos Jr., is a former senator and ran unsuccessfully for vice president in May. Opponents content it is the victims of Marcos' regime who should be honored in the cemetery, a shrine to "martyrs, heroes and upstanding Filipinos who served the country with courage and dignity", the statement said.

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Irish Boxer Rails Against 'F***ing Cheats' After Olympic Loss

The judges handed it to the Russian 10-9 on all cards. Like many observers, the Irish middleweight was mystified as to how the judges could have deemed Vladimir Nikitin the victor. It's his personal judgement. Bernard Dunne was also scathing in his post-fight analysis on RTÉ. "We will look to work with other national federations and AIBA to ensure that this happens", said the statement.

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Shekau insists he is still the leader of Boko Haram

The group named Abu Musab al-Barnawi, who was formerly the spokesman for Boko Haram to replace Abubakar Shekau as the leader of the sect. Shekau has been the long-time leader of Boko Haram, while Barnawi is reportedly a journalist affiliated with a break-away faction called Ansaru, which seeks to shift Boko Haram away from attacks on civilian targets.

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Go USA! Go Coach? For US basketball fans, Olympics a change

This is a bumpy road in Rio, but at least the Americans know Klay Thompson is finally along for the ride. The United States which has struggled to beat opposing teams in the Rio Olympic Games had a hard time against France, winners of the Manila Qualification Tournament even though the French missed their National Basketball Association star Tony Parker who was rested because of a sore toe on Sunday.

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Russia, Saudi Arabia restart oil output talks

Brent crude rose $1.08, or 2.3 per cent, to $48.05 a barrel by 11:07 a.m. EDT, after rising to $48.10 earlier, its highest since July 7. In the meantime, the U.S. The West Texas Intermediate for September delivery added $1 to settle at $44.49 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, while Brent crude for October delivery increased $0.93 to close at $46.97 a barrel on the London ICE Futures Exchange.

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US Men's Basketball Team Survived In The Win Against Serbia

Paul George had 12 points and nine rebounds in a starting role. One issue that USA Today's Sam Amick suggests is that teams like Australia and Serbia operate much better as a unit, while Team USA has a bunch of individually great players who are used to taking over games on their own and don't know how to play off of one another.

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South Sudan softens rejection of regional protection force

But a government spokesman said Saturday it will accept the force only if it can negotiate the size, mandate, weapons and contributing countries. Under Friday's resolution, the council will consider imposing an embargo if U.N. The AU body expressed concern over the ongoing fighting around Juba and in other parts of the country which sparked on 7 July when rival soldiers fought on Gudele road followed by the palace clashes on 8 July.

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Woman And Attacker Who Set Fire To Swiss Train Die From Injuries

The 6 and 17 year olds reportedly remain in a serious condition in hospital after being attacked by the man, who police revealed is a Swiss citizen with a "typical Swiss name". 13, 2016. One woman and the attacker were "very seriously injured", Kruesi told AFP, adding that both their lives were in danger. The woman who died had been doused with a large amount of the flammable liquid, leading to speculation she might have been the target.

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Police officer shot, killed while investigating suspicious person

Authorities released a photo of a man who allegedly shot and killed an Eastman police officer. Smith returned gunfire and the suspect fled the scene. Smith was not wearing a body camera during the incident. He is survived by his three children, Dutton said. Wallace says Davis and the two other officers will be placed on administrative leave per policy standards.

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USA election 2016: Hillary Clinton releases tax returns

An Associated Press investigation found that at least 60 firms and organizations that had sponsored Clinton speeches had lobbied the us government at some point during the Obama administration. Kaine also released his returns dating to 2006, while the Clintons released all of their annual tax returns going back to 1977. As things stand, the Republican nominee seems set to become the first presidential candidate in decades not to release their return.

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Strang and Buting "relieved" Brendan Dassey's conviction was overruled

The Guardian reports that Avery's current attorney, Kathleen Zellner, who took up the appeal case in January, stated: "Steven Avery is so happy for Brendan". The court order on Friday did not affect Steven Avery , Dassey's uncle who was also convicted of murder and sentenced to prison, so the second season may focus on that element of the case.

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Feds Reveal Details of Inquiry into Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women

Ottawa will mark the end of its work to shape the scope of the inquiry at a morning ceremony at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec. It's also been given a hefty budget ($53.8 million for the duration of the inquiry ) and a reasonable amount of leeway when it comes to who it interviews or summons as witnesses and what documents it can request.