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South Africa: ICC to Rule Over South Africa’s Failure to Arrest Indicted Sudanese President

[Radio Dabanga] The Hague -The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague is expected to rule over South Africa’s failure to arrest President Omar Al Bashir within three weeks. AllAfrica News: Latest

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NBC UNDER FIRE Execs take heat on eve of Kelly's Jones interview

NBC’s storied news division is coming under heavy fire for what its critics say is a botched handling of its new hire Megyn Kelly’s interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones – and for its overall rollout of Megyn Kelly as ...

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Child porn charges brought against man arrested for ‘CanadaCreep’ Twitter videos

The man facing voyeur charges relating to a suspended Twitter account is now facing additional charges of possession of child pornography and accessing child pornography. CBC | Canada News

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SEARCH CALLED OFF US Navy ends hunt for 7 missing sailors as bodies are found in the ship

The search for seven missing U.S. Navy sailors was called off Sunday after several bodies were recovered from the flooded compartments of the destroyer. Commander of the Navy’s 7th Fleet told the grim news to reporters at a Navy base ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – New leak proves why this smartphone will be better than Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 looks likely to be released in the autumn and there’s plenty of reasons for fans of this phablet to be exited. This new device could be one of the best smartphones Samsung has ever made ...

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THE CHOSEN ONE GOP backs former Utah legislator for Chaffetz seat

Former state legislator Chris Herrod was picked by Utah’s special convention on Saturday as the preferred candidate to compete in a special election to replace Rep. Jason Chaffetz. Chaffetz announced earlier this year he’s resigning at the end of June. ...

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MALL EXPLOSION Bomb blast at Colombian shopping center kills 3

Three people were killed in one of Colombia’s biggest shopping malls Saturday after a homemade bomb placed in the women’s bathroom exploded. Police say the explosive that killed 3 and wounded 9 others was possibly made of ammonium nitrate. Witnesses ...

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SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT Hospital: Scalise upgraded from 'critical' to 'serious'

The Republican congressman who was wounded in a shooting on Wednesday saw his condition upgraded from “critical” to “serious” on Saturday and continued to show signs of improvement, according to hospital officials.  Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise, the House majority whip, ...

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