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  • South African baby snatcher sentenced to 10 years in prison

    South African baby snatcher sentenced to 10 years in prison

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    The suspect claimed the baby was given to her at a train station 20 years ago, Metro reported. The 51-year-old woman, who can not be named to protect the identity she gave to baby "Zephany Nurse", raised the girl as her own. State prosecutors said the kidnapper snatched three-day-old Zephany from her sleeping mother's hospital bedside in Cape Town in April 1997. To protect her identity, the judge has ordered for the media to not use the convicted woman's name and the girl's adopted name.
  • Athletics - Farah roars to another 10000m title

    Athletics - Farah roars to another 10000m title

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    Britain's Mo Farah overcame a dramatic mid-race fall today to take a second straight Olympic 10,000m title and extend his remarkable record at global championships. I promised her I was going to get a medal so I wasn't going to let her down. She hinted that she might retire from the sport, saying after the event: "I've just got to make a decision as to whether this is my last heptathlon or not".
  • Satellite images show China has built aircraft hangers in South China Sea

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    All the while, Beijing maintains the July 12 ruling has no bearing on its territorial claims in the South China Sea. China also claims the area within its nine-dash maritime border that the Hague arbitration panel ruled invalid. "So this is militarization", he said. "That increases the angst and the uncertainty, that lack of transparency, and that is generally destabilising as opposed to a stabilising action", he said.
  • Twin PKK attacks kill eight in Turkey's southeast

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    Officials blamed all three attacks - which occurred as Turkey was still dealing with the aftermath of the failed July 15 military coup - on the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK. The group frequently uses vehicle bombs and roadside explosives. Last summer, the shaky ceasefire between Turkish forces and the PKK collapsed, and the group resumed frequent attacks against Turkish military and police.
  • Pakistan violates ceasefire again, resorts to unprovoked firing in J&K

    Pakistan violates ceasefire again, resorts to unprovoked firing in J&K

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    The Indian army responded heavily to the ceasefire violation by Pakistan. A 50-year-old woman identified as Qasam Jhan of Kasba Village was critically injured in the firing. In December 2013, the two countries had pledged to uphold the 2003 ceasefire accord which was left in tatters by repeated violations that year. In a related development, Pakistani Rangers exchanged candies with their Indian counterparts at the Wagah-Attari border point on the occasion of their country's 70th ...
  • Olympic Cycling 2016: Men's Track Sprint Medal Winners, Times and Results

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    But come the real thing there was only going to be one victor with world champion Kenny at his devastating best. It took Britain's tally to four golds and two silvers from five events entered in the velodrome. Skinner needed to win the second race to keep the contest alive but again his teammate overpowered him to take the victory. With its sizable funding from lottery proceeds, the British team has come to dominate track cycling at the Olympics, winning seven golds each of the past two ...
  • Historic flooding submerges neighborhoods in Baton Rouge, Livingston, St. Helena

    Historic flooding submerges neighborhoods in Baton Rouge, Livingston, St. Helena

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    Steele said the Louisiana Nation Guard alone had rescued more than 3,000 people from floodwaters as of midnight, and that number was bound to continue rising Sunday. A woman and her dog were rescued from Louisiana flood waters thanks to men on a boat who arrived at the flawless time . The desperate rush to free the woman and her dog from the sinking vehicle was captured on video, which was later broadcast by CBS affiliate WAFB .
  • Trump campaign chief Manafort linked to pro-Russia cash

    Trump campaign chief Manafort linked to pro-Russia cash

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    Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., warned that the "campaign is not over" and described Trump as still being in transition from the bulldog who beat 16 rivals in the GOP primary to a general election candidate who communicates differently to a wider electorate what he wants to do differently than Clinton.
  • United States opposes Israel's plan to move Amona settlement to Palestinian land

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    The Jews were celebrating the Tisha B'av day of mourning, which marks the destruction of ancient temples that had been located on the current-day spot of the Muslim holy site, which Jews refer to as the Temple Mount. Palestinians, the United Nations and the worldwide community reject the Israeli control, with Palestinians seeing east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.