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'Tiananmen Square' crackdown in Hong Kong would harm trade deal: Trump - World - The Jakarta Post
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US President Donald Trump on Sunday warned China that carrying out a Tiananmen Square-style crackdown on Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters would harm trade talks between the two countries. tremendous political sentiment not to do something,' Trump said, referring to the trade negotiations with China. Analysts say any intervention in Hong Kong by Chinese security forces would be a disaster for China's reputation and economy.

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Trump dismisses fears of recession
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - Arkansas' Best News ...cachedstripped 1 hour ago
He said he fears Trump is driving the global economy into a recession. It's the first rate cut since December 2008 during the depths of the Great Recession. Peter Navarro, who advises Trump on trade policy, shared that sentiment.

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Islamic State claims bombing at Kabul wedding that killed 63 | News | santafenewmexican.com
Santa Fe New Mexican 3 hours ago
Afghans carry the body of a victim of the Dubai City wedding hall bombing during a mass funeral Sunday in Kabul, Afghanistan. A local affiliate of the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for attack, which killed 63 and wounded hundreds. KABUL, Afghanistan - The suicide bomber stood in the middle of the dancing, clapping crowd as hundreds of Afghan children and adults celebrated a wedding in a joyous release from Kabul's strain of war.

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Narendra Modi Says That Youth can do wonders - Sakshi
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I agree Sakshi to send me any promotional emails. సాంకేతిక ఆవిష్కరణలు, ఇతర రంగాల్లో భూటాన్‌ దూసుకుపోతే మీ 130 కోట్ల మంది స్నేహితులు మౌనంగా ఉండరు. అంతరిక్ష రంగంలోనూ భారత్‌ భూటాన్‌తో సంబంధాలను పటిష్టం చేసుకుంటోందని ప్రధాని మోదీ చెప్పారు.

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Cedric Benson dead: Former NFL running back killed in motorcycle crash - CBS News
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Former NFL running back Cedric Benson, one of the most prolific rushers in NCAA and University of Texas history, died in a motorcycle accident Saturday night in Austin, Texas. He just blossomed," former Bengals running backs coach Jim Anderson said. According to CBS Austin, a woman in her 30s was also killed in the crash, which involved a motorcycle and minivan.

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Devers' monster season continues in Red Sox' comeback win | Red Sox | unionleader.com
New Hampshire Union Leadercachedstripped 1 hour ago
J.D. Martinez opened the frame with a double as the Red Sox ultimately batted around. The Red Sox used a six-run sixth inning, and Rafael Devers continued his monster season, going 4-for-5 with two doubles, a home run and four RBI to lead them to a 13-7 victory of the Baltimore Orioles and complete a series sweep at Fenway Park. The Red Sox (67-59) won their fifth consecutive game and stayed at 6½ games back of the second wild card spot as the Rays walked off against the Tigers.

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Iranian tanker sought by U.S. heads to unknown destination - Columbian.com
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The vessel's next destination was not immediately known. Messages seeking comment from the Iranian Embassy in London were not immediately returned. The Iranian ship was detained while sailing under a Panamanian flag with the name Grace 1.

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Curbs on movement, phones back in Srinagar
Gulf Times (Local, English) 5 hours ago
This followed an easing in curbs on movement and phone use on Saturday morning. The Internet and cell phones remain blocked in Kashmir. Authorities reimposed restrictions on movement in major parts of Srinagar yesterday after violent overnight clashes between residents and police in which dozens were injured, two senior officials and eyewitnesses said.

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Blanco, ex-Louisiana governor, dies - Times Union
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Blanco, a Democrat and Louisiana's first female governor, took a share of the blame. Blanco learned she had an incurable cancer, first detected in an eye, in 2017. "I think Kathleen Blanco was a true hero of Katrina," he said in April.

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Lampard denied first win as Leicester draw at Chelsea
Gulf Times (Local, English) 6 hours ago
Frank Lampard is still waiting for his first win as Chelsea manager after Wilfred Ndidi gave Leicester a 1-1 draw to spoil the Blues legend's homecoming yesterday. But Chelsea couldn't keep up that ferocious pace and their dip gave Leicester a lifeline they should have taken when James Maddison miscued his pass after dancing around Blues keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga early in the second half. With his former Chelsea teammate John Terry in the stands to support his old friend, the Blues nearly gave Lampard a dream start in the first minute when Olivier Giroud chested Cesar Azpilicueta's pass to Pedro and the Spaniard volleyed into the side-netting.

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Mandatory neck guards 'not far away' after Smith felled by Archer
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Compulsory neck guards on helmets for Australian cricketers are "not far away", the national team's sports medicine chief said Monday after a sickening blow felled Steve Smith during the second Ashes Test. That included the use of specially designed neck guards, known as StemGuards. There is still a little time to go but we are not far away.".

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Ortega slam overshadows Acuña's lapse, Braves beat Dodgers 5-3 - Sports - Savannah Morning News - Savannah, GA
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With Acuña banished for styling instead of sprinting, Rafael Ortega stepped up with a sixth-inning grand slam that lifted Atlanta to a 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday. Ortega, recalled from the minors on Tuesday, made the most of only his second start with the Braves with his first career grand slam off Dustin May. LHP Dallas Keuchel (3-5, 4.39) will make his third start of the season against Miami when the Braves open a three-game series against the Marlins on Tuesday.

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German Merkel: We're prepared for any Brexit outcome, even no-deal | Action Forex
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel will meet UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday evening to discuss Brexit. But if that's not possible, we'll be prepared for the alternative as well.”. But also, “we are prepared for any outcome, we can say that, even if we do not get an agreement.”.

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Benjamin Netanyahu's Israel election 'do-over' likely to have same result - Washington Times
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The do-over election Sept. 17 will be drearily familiar to voters. Hezbollah said its precision rockets, many supplied by Iran, can now reach all of Israel. JERUSALEM - It's exactly one month before his second try at a fifth term, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's latest campaign ad finds him in an unusual setting: the beach.

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NFL Week 2 preseason scores: Former CFL player making case to stay on Vikings, DeShawn Shead welcomes himself back to Se...
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Week 2 of the NFL preseason continues Sunday, as three playoff teams take center stage in two nationally televised contests. In the nightcap, the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings will cap off the day's preseason action. The Seahawks reached the playoffs for the sixth time in seven seasons last year, while the Vikings missed the playoffs after reaching the NFC Championship game the year before.

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AFP: Iceland commemorates first glacier lost to climate change
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Iceland on Sunday honoured the passing of Okjokull, its first glacier lost to climate change, as scientists warn that some 400 others on the subarctic island risk the same fate, AFP reports. "Seeing a glacier disappear is something you can feel, you can understand it and it's pretty visual," he told AFP. The plaque is "the first monument to a glacier lost to climate change anywhere in the world", Cymene Howe, associate professor of anthropology at Rice University, said in July.

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IndyCar: Lightning strikes again for Will Power at Pocono Raceway
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Indycar driver Will Power (12) makes a pit stop during the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway. Pocono Raceway CEO Nick Igdalsky (left) and Indycar driver Will Power (right) pose for a photo after he won the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway. Lightning strikes again for Will Power at Pocono Weather forces an early end to another crash-marred race at Pocono Raceway.

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Wildlife now roam where US once forged its deadliest weapons - oregonlive.com
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DENVER - From a tiny Pacific island to a leafy Indiana forest, a handful of sites where the United States manufactured and tested some of the most lethal weapons known to humankind are now peaceful havens for wildlife. Roughly 10 miles from downtown Denver, the arsenal was once an environmental nightmare where chemical weapons and commercial pesticides were made. An astonishing array of animals and habitats flourished at six former weapons complexes - mostly for nuclear and chemical arms - because the public and other intrusions were banned for decades.

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Race/Sports: MLB Betting|Astros Zack Greinke 200 Wins|Gaming Today
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San Diego Padres J Lucchesi (L) Philadelphia Phillies J Vargas (L). St. Louis Cardinals J Flaherty (R) Cincinnati Reds A Wood (L). Betting Lines and Scores Powered by DonBest.com.

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Dengua menace: HC dissatisfied with DCCs preventive measures | Dhaka Tribune
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The court said if the officials concerned of Dhaka North (DNCC) and Dhaka South (DSCC) city corporations took preventive measures on time, the present dengue crisis could have been avoided. Of the newly hospitalized patients, the number was 734 in Dhaka city in the last 24 hours ending at 8am on Sunday, whereas it was 972 in all eight divisions (other than Dhaka city), according to the latest DGHS data. Dengue, a mosquito-borne virus, spreads among humans through its carrier Aedes mosquito.

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