Martinez's throw gives Tigers 6-5 win over Mets

They've won nine of their last 11 games and 12 of their last 16, while roaring into the playoff chase, and begin a six-game road trip Monday in Seattle. Detroit trails AL Central-leading Cleveland by two games. After Bruce's fourth-inning homer tied the game at 1, the Tigers answered with five runs in the bottom of the inning. [Full Article...]

Terrorists killed 13 people in a market attack in India

The Centre is closely monitoring the situation arising out of the Kokrajhar attack. The Chief Executive Member (CEM) of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) and chief of Bodoland People's Front (BPF), Hagrama Mohilary asserted that it was the NDFB (S) which was involved in the attack. [Full Article...]

Sunny Sunday expected ahead of week of increasing temperatures

Lows in the mid 70s. Monday night .Partly cloudy, with a low around 68. Tuesday night .Partly cloudy, with a low around 72. A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms is forecast for Saturday , which should be partly sunny with a high near 91. [Full Article...]

Syrian regime forces roll back rebel gains in Aleppo

The observatory said that Russian aircraft were behind the strikes at dawn. Longtime Assad ally Moscow launched an air campaign in support of President Bashar al-Assad in September. August 3, 2016 (EIRNS)-Has Secretary of State John Kerry abandoned the "plan B" for Syria with which he was threatening Russian Federation in May? "There [doesn't] need to be corridors". [Full Article...]

Philippine President names drug trade-linked officials

Asked if he would respect the suspects' right to due process, he repeated his stance that it's the judiciary's job to provide due process, not him. More than 300 organizations involved in issues related to drug production, trafficking and use have appealed to worldwide drug-control agencies to help stop the killings and to tell Mr. [Full Article...]

What to watch at the Rio Games on Saturday

What to watch at the Rio Games on Saturday The 271 approved athletes come from Russia's original entry list of 389. The International Shooting Sport Federation has also cleared 18 Russian shooters to compete in Rio. We of course accept their judgement. "No athletes from any country. had the rules changed to bar those previously guilty of doping". A total of 19 rowers have been banned and only six will be competing, making up two crews. [Full Article...]

Ten held as Black Lives Matter protest blocks Heathrow road

The movement also held demonstrations in three British cities. Black Lives Matter UK (UKBLM), a loose network of race activists, called for the protests as a "Shutdown" to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the death of Mark Duggan, who was shot and killed by police during a traffic stop. [Full Article...]

Islamic State group announces new Boko Haram leader

Al-Barnawi replaced Abubakar Shekau , who became the leader of Boko Haram in 2009. We have said it before and we will say it again: we must restructure Nigeria before it is too late. Since March 2015, Al Barnawi has appeared in several videos distributed by Boko Haram that claimed responsibility for successive attacks. In the report translated by SITE Intelligence Group , al-Barnawi said h... [Full Article...]

11-year-old Pence questioner: "I'm full on the Trump campaign"

11-year-old Pence questioner: On Tuesday , Pence held a meeting with Arizona Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va. In Norfolk, Pence compared his economic record in IN with Kaine's record as governor of Virginia and said he's "looking forward" to the October 4 vice presidential debate at Longwood University. [Full Article...]

Postal workers' union backs Corbyn in blow for Smith

He said: "I am so grateful to you for coming out today in Hull". Ms Eagle said it was "extraordinarily disingenuous" for Mr Corbyn's team to "cloak Jeremy in the mantle of feminism by saying that we have to be sensitive about our use of language, especially around women MPs". [Full Article...]

Courts strike blows to GOP voter restrictions in 3 states

On July 20, a federal appeals court ruled that Texas' strict voter ID law discriminates against minorities and must be weakened before the November elections. In a statement Friday, Senate Leader Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore said they wondered if the judges, who are Democrats, were trying to "steal the election" for Democrats Roy Cooper and Hillary Clinton . [Full Article...]

Syrian Observatory: Russian Airstrike Kills Two Children in Aleppo Camp

Syrian Observatory: Russian Airstrike Kills Two Children in Aleppo Camp Numerous reports of egregious bombings on hospitals and civilian areas by Syrian and Russian warplanes have come out of the area, where fighting has been the norm for much of Syria's 5-year-long civil war. They say that both civilians and surrendering rebels have used these routes. "These are imaginary corridors, false corridors only to show the global community that they are working on huma... [Full Article...]

What makes Hillary 'short circuit'? Twitter wonders after candidate's email comment

What makes Hillary 'short circuit'? Twitter wonders after candidate's email comment In response to questions from lawmakers, Comey indicated that Clinton or another government official in her position "should have known that an unclassified system was no place" for a classified conversation. And she repeated her assertion that she didn't transmit material on a private server that was marked classified at the time it was sent or received. [Full Article...]

Global Ballistic Missile Threats Beginning to Outpace US Defense Capability

Global Ballistic Missile Threats Beginning to Outpace US Defense Capability Power said the South Korea missile defense system was "purely defensive" and aimed exclusively at protecting the South Korean people and USA and other forces stationed there from North Korean ballistic missiles . Japan is not ready to attack North Korea , but it is no secret that Japan is fed up with North Korean threats. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is "deeply troubled" by the latest te... [Full Article...]

Clinton eyes rainbow coalition of Democrats, Republicans and Independents against Trump

Clinton eyes rainbow coalition of Democrats, Republicans and Independents against Trump Regarding terrorism and other national security threats, Clinton pointed to her experience in the White House, as a senator and as secretary of state - a resumé that can't be matched by Trump, a real estate developer and TV star who has never held office. [Full Article...]

CMS puts hold on transgender bullying prevention following supreme court ruling

After winning at the federal court, the Supreme Court has ruled to temporarily block the Lower Court's order which means the student will be once again banned from using the male restroom. The stay will remain in place while the Supreme Court considers whether to review the Fourth Circuit's decision. "The policy declared that access to the boys" and girls" restrooms would be limited to student... [Full Article...]

After attacks, German minister rejects blanket suspicion of asylum seekers

After attacks, German minister rejects blanket suspicion of asylum seekers The bombing was the latest of the recent attacks that have heightened concerns about how Germany can deal with the estimated 1 million migrants who entered the country a year ago. "This was about destroying innocent bystanders", he said. Sunday's attack culminated a week of violent assaults. The extremist group also claimed responsibility, and issued a video, of a 17-year-old ax-wielding Afg... [Full Article...]

Modi blasts cow vigilantes, calls them 'anti-social' who make him angry

Modi blasts cow vigilantes, calls them 'anti-social' who make him angry The Prime Minister said the so-called " gau rakshaks " (cow protectors), who indulge in anti-social activities at the night, are real miscreants. He said a process is already on to shortlist those who will get to interact with Modi. Asserting that India is among the fastest growing economies in the world, the Prime Minister said, "I raise one issue but the whole system is addressed". [Full Article...]

Infants Born In California With Zika-Related Microcephaly

Allison Arwady, Chicago Department of Public Health. At least six people have been infected with Zika in Florida by mosquito bites according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with almost 5,500 confirmed cases in Puerto Rico. [Full Article...]

Humanitarian Operations Expand in Syria as Violence Continues

Humanitarian Operations Expand in Syria as Violence Continues The ministry further said that 69 militants have laid down arms and 59 people received medical treatment. An AFP correspondent in east Aleppo said streets were empty with residents holed up indoors and shops shuttered. And the White House said it was "sceptical". "I want to leave, but not to government-held areas", said Abu Mohamed, a 50-year-old father of four living in Al-Shaar district. [Full Article...]

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