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The Justice League is the same organization that made the "I Can't Breathe" shirts that a bunch of athletes wore in the wake of the Eric Garner killing. Kaepernick allegedly doesn't want to make " backup money " and specifically instructed his representative team not to sign one contract offered at the league's minimum rate of $900,000 per year for a seventh-year player.
  • 'Amit Shah's entry into Rajya Sabha good for BJP'

    'Amit Shah's entry into Rajya Sabha good for BJP'

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    In addition to three seats in Gujarat , six seats are at stake in West Bengal. Gehlot made the statement after voting by all the Congress , NCP and JD (U) MLA got over. "Wait for the result to come". After a luxurious stay at the Eagleton Resort on the outskirts of Bengaluru , 42 Congress MLAs from Gujarat are all set to say goodbye to the city.
  • Possible Tornado Causes Damage in South Salisbury

    Possible Tornado Causes Damage in South Salisbury

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    However, some of the strongest storms have been to our south. Witnesses say a auto flipped in a parking lot in Salisbury , Maryland. Some utility poles were also damaged. "We don't know at this point but there's some damage". A combination of instability and wind shear developed in small corridor ahead of this stem, creating conditions favorable for a brief tornado to spin-up.
  • US Report on Drastic Climate Impact Awaits Trump Approval

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    This year's report should be a blazing red herring to the Trump Administration, but since it staffed with an all star cast of climate deniers , they will undoubtedly dispute its analysis. In the United States, the report finds with "very high" confidence that the number and severity of cool nights has decreased, while the frequency and severity of warm days has increased since the 1960s.
  • Rahul violated security protocol in Gujarat: Rajnath Singh

    Rahul violated security protocol in Gujarat: Rajnath Singh

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    Why didn't he take SPG cover.This is not only a violation of SPG Act but being negligent to safety issues as well", he added. The Congress has been accusing the BJP of orchestrating the attack on Rahul Gandhi in poll-bound Gujarat . He sought to know why he does not take SPG personnel along when he travels overseas. Rahul Gandhi and the Congress has repeatedly alleged Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) and RSS behind the attack.
  • Japan, US eye strict execution of tougher North Korea sanctions

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    The 10 countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will meet with China at the end of August to discuss legalities for negotiations on the code of conduct, with formal talks beginning soon after, Philippines department of foreign affairs spokesman Robespierre Bolivar said Sunday.
  • Israeli Pilot Killed in IDF Chopper Training Accident

    Israeli Pilot Killed in IDF Chopper Training Accident

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    The military identified the identity of the deceased pilot: it was a 43-year-old major David Zohar. In the initial hours, claims that Eisenkot was on the helicopter started to spread, some were even appended with an obituary. A few minutes after reporting the issue, as the helicopter was coming in for a landing, it crashed on the runway. Golans uncle also reportedly died in a helicopter accident while serving in the IDF.
  • Welcome boost from China to global pressure on North Korea

    Welcome boost from China to global pressure on North Korea

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    Tillerson said Washington would not "specify a specific number of days or weeks" before deciding that North Korea had indeed stopped its tests. He said in Manila on Sunday that Pyongyang should "not do anything unbeneficial towards the global community such as a nuclear test".
  • Chicago to sue over 'misguided' sanctuary city warning

    Chicago to sue over 'misguided' sanctuary city warning

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    The federal lawsuit is expected to be filed Monday. Police and city officials in sanctuary cities have said deporting illegal immigrants who are not accused of serious crimes harms public safety by discouraging immigrants from coming forward to report crimes.
  • Trump claims support is stronger than ever

    Trump claims support is stronger than ever

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    US President Donald Trump said his voting base was "stronger than ever" as he attacked "phony polling" that showed some of his his core supporters slipping away. By Aug. 6, the daily tracking survey found that only 38 percent of respondents approved of the president. Only 34% consider Trump someone they are proud to call president, and 55% think he has lowered the stature of the office.
  • Southeast Asia issues strong rebuke, warning to North Korea

    Southeast Asia issues strong rebuke, warning to North Korea

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    The ASEAN ministers reiterated in a joint statement their grave concerns over the escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula due to the North's two ICBM tests last month, saying the launches threaten world stability. ASEAN ministers were ready to act because they have seen how extremists exploited social media to promote their ideology, recruit and inspire attacks, a senior Philippines foreign ministry official familiar with the issue told Reuters.