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Activist Linda Sarsour , co-chair of the 2017 women's march against Donald Trump, called for a " jihad " against the president at the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA ) convention in Chicago over the weekend. A culture that regards the use of crosshairs imagery in election advertising as dangerously irresponsible should probably also blanch at loose invocations of " jihad " against a disfavored political regime, no? In an interview with The Washington Post on Friday, Sarsour said ...
  • Trump berates Russian Federation before Putin meet at G20

    Trump berates Russian Federation before Putin meet at G20

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    During the meeting, Trump sent a fierce message to North Korea . Speaking in Warsaw , Poland , the president said "The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive". Poland is often viewed as the largest pro-U.S. country in Europe , and the crowd for Trump's speech was large and full of both Polish and American flags.
  • Suspect Claims to Have Bomb During Bank Standoff in Ga

    Suspect Claims to Have Bomb During Bank Standoff in Ga

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    Police believe there are a number of hostages inside the bank, the exact number is unknown. Cobb County Police Chief Mike Register said the officers have been in touch with the man. He spent more than 30 minutes talking about his life and detailing demands. A nearby Chick-fil-A restaurant was on lockdown because of the situation at the bank, manager Hailey Vines said.
  • OnePlus 5 DxOMark score is here and it's disappointing

    OnePlus 5 DxOMark score is here and it's disappointing

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    As we are in the process of reviewing one of the most talked about smartphones of the year - the OnePlus 5 - there's some new information that is essential to those planning to buy the phone. This is achieved with OnePlus 5's dual camera featuring a 16MP sensor with f/1.7 aperture 24mm lens paired with 20MP secondary sensor with f/2.6 36mm lens.
  • SNES Classic officially announced

    SNES Classic officially announced

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    Hopefully Nintendo has figured out a better way to satisfy the Classic audience, as there are lots of reasons to get hype about an SNES Classic . If you manage to beat the first level in Star Fox , you'll unlock access to Star Fox 2 . It will ship with two SNES controllers, which thankfully have a relatively lengthy 5-foot cord (the NES Classic controller came with a restrictive 3-foot cord).
  • Pro Runner Outruns 2 Black Bears While Training in the Woods

    Pro Runner Outruns 2 Black Bears While Training in the Woods

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    However, for Marube, it was a different situation. " In my head, I know I can't swim. I fear swimming. I fear water". Marube told the Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal , "I saw them crossing the road ahead of me". He said they got to the screen and started sniffing. Marube, who arrived in the USA from Kenya seven years ago, is now a student at the University of ME at Farmington.
  • Trump says future of Western civilisation is at stake

    Trump says future of Western civilisation is at stake

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    Warsaw hopes that Trump's visit will pave the way for more gas supplies from the United States. "To meet new forms of aggression, including propaganda, financial crimes, and cyber warfare, we must adopt our alliance to compete effectively in new ways and on all new battlefields", he said .
  • Canada pays $8.1m settlement to ex Guantanamo inmate

    Canada pays $8.1m settlement to ex Guantanamo inmate

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    However, McVety pointed out that there is a chance Khadr will not receive the money. Khadr later recanted and his lawyers said he had been grossly mistreated. "The settlement today has to do with wrongdoing of Canadian officials with respect to a Canadian citizen". A source familiar with the settlement deal said the terms are strictly confidential and that neither Khadr nor anyone involved in negotiating the agreement could discuss it, including whether any compensation was involved.
  • Donald Trump Says Mexico Will 'Absolutely' Pay for Wall

    Donald Trump Says Mexico Will 'Absolutely' Pay for Wall

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    Disputes over migration, a proposed border wall by Trump, which Mexico says it will not pay for, and his claim that free-trade with Mexico costs jobs in the US, have strained relations between the two countries since Trump's election. Trump has since said he will find a way for Mexico to repay the United States for construction of the wall but that Congress would need to fund it first.
  • The AU Optronics Corp (NYSE:AUO) Upgraded at Zacks Investment Research

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    A number of other equities research analysts have also recently issued reports on the company. 5 year sales growth rate is an important factor for valuation analysis, the 5 year sales growth of AU Optronics Corp (AUO ) stands at -2.82 while the industry's and the sector's growth for next 5 years ticked at 13.93 and 4.83 respectively.
  • Trump says 'everyone' in Germany talking about Podesta, DNC server

    Trump says 'everyone' in Germany talking about Podesta, DNC server

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    The DNC responded to Trump's tweet Friday morning, noting that Podesta "never ran the DNC" and that the DNC did work with the " FBI to kick out Russians" as well as with the Department of Homeland Security. - John Podesta (@johnpodesta) July 7, 20175/ BTW, I had nothing to do with the DNC. Get a grip man, the Russians committed a crime when they stole my emails to help get you elected President.
  • Poland foreign minister says more US LNG supply depends on Washington

    Poland foreign minister says more US LNG supply depends on Washington

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    Donald Trump warned the future of the West is in peril in speech in Poland ahead of a G20 meeting. "Nobody really knows for sure", claimed Trump. During Trump's first foreign trip in May, the president disappointed European allies when he stopped short of publicly underlining USA support for NATO's Article 5, under which partners in the military alliance pledge to support one another if a nation in the alliance is attacked .