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Italy's Garozzo stuns Massialas, wins gold in men's foil

However, the Italian proved to be the more inventive and quick-witted of the two competitors, as he scored six unreturned touches to secure his place in the final showdown with a 15-8 victory. Garozzo beat Timur Safin of Russian Federation 15-8 to earn a shot at the gold medal, while Massialas rolled past Kruse 15-9. Massialas, Meinhardt, Race Imboden and Miles Chamley-Watson, who lost his first match, will compete again Friday as one of the favorites in the team competition.

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Judge dismisses debate lawsuit filed by Gary Johnson and Jill Stein

Other Republican supporters include former Bernalillo County Sheriff Darren White and former Corrections Department spokesman Gerges Scott. Late a year ago, the largest third parties teamed up to argue that the Commission on Presidential Debates protected a de facto monopoly.

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Klopp prepared to buy after Milner, Sturridge blows

Barcelona carved out their first opening in the 23rd minute when Luis Suarez teed up Lionel Messi, who struck the upright from eight-yards out. Liverpool should prove a stiffer challange and its a game which could throw up some intriguing conundrums as the Premier League season approaches.

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Aereo fuori pista, riaperta la strada

LA RIAPERTURA ALLE 9 - Il normale traffico aereo è ripreso solo attorno alle 9, ma si calcolano circa 2500 persone che sono rimaste a terra dopo il cancellamento di 15 voli . Fortunatamente nessun veicolo si trovava in transito nel tratto di carreggiata dove è atterrato l'areo e anche i membri dell'equipaggio sono incolumi.

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UK opposition Labour lawmaker Eagle pulls out of race to oust Corbyn

She said that she would back Smith will "all my enthusiasm and might" and said the pair would be "in lockstep together". United Kingdom lawmaker Angela Eagle withdrew Tuesday her candidacy from the leadership race of the opposition Labour Party.

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'Lone hacker' claims responsibility for cyber attack on Democrats

This contradicts the initial DNC reports that Russian Federation was behind the attack. On Wednesday , Gawker received the alleged DNC document with opposition research on Trump from a hacker who calls himself " Guccifer 2.0". " We could proceed to an indictment ". CrowdStrike said one of the hacking groups identified in the DNC attack, dubbed Cozy Bear, had previously infiltrated unclassified networks at the White House, the State Department and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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Hamas-led council backs executions without Abbas approval

The attack tunnels Hamas has constructed running from Gaza into Israel have long sown deep fears in the communities on the Israeli side of the border fence, where residents talk of nightmares about Palestinian militants popping up into their dining rooms or kindergartens.

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Millions of Muslims to begin Ramadan fast Monday

Fasting was practiced by biblical prophets and followers of early Abrahamic religions, including Christianity (Acts 13:2; 14:23 I Corinthians 7:1-5; Matthew 6:16-18; Daniel 1:8-14; II Kings 24:13-14). "As Muslims, we believe that the worth of donations is multiplied during Ramadan ", Othman Moqbel, Chief Executive of Human Appeal, is quoted as saying in a report published by The Guardian.

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Uber Bags $3.5 Bln Investment From Saudi Arabian Public Fund

While the deal does not cash out any of Uber's existing investors, it continues to value the ride-hailing giant at $62.5bn. Uber has also attracted investment from venture capital firms, mutual fund companies like BlackRock and wealthy clients of banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.

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Gaza's Hamas rulers execute 3 men convicted of murder

Human rights groups and the United Nations had appealed to Hamas not to go through with the killings - arguing that Gaza's legal system can not guarantee defendants a fair trial - and condemned the announcement they had been carried out. On May 26, the authorities in Gaza announced a plan to execute 13 people convicted of murder and sentenced to death. Mkhaimar Abusada, professor of political science at Gaza's Al-Azhar University, said the reintroduction of the death penalty would be popular ...

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U.S. Airstrike Kills Head Of The Taliban In Afghanistan

The Saturday drone strike, which USA officials said was authorized by President Barack Obama and included multiple drones, showed the United States was prepared to go after the Taliban leadership in Pakistan, which the government in Kabul has repeatedly accused of sheltering the insurgents.

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Fugitive Wanted in Attempted Murder of Cop Is Killed in Shootout

Pendleton was later spotted in Pope County, in a section of the Shawnee National Forest in southern IL. After losing sight of him in the woods, law enforcement officials set up a perimeter around the area and tracked him a half-mile to the house.

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South Korea: Suspected midrange North Korean missile crashes

A Musudan, or BM-25, is believed to be capable of traveling 2,500 miles, posing a threat to South Korea , Japan and the USA territory of Guam. North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test in January and launched a long-range rocket in February, prompting the U.N.

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San Bernardino Terrorists Brother Created Sham Marriage for Russian Sister-in-Law

Tatiana Farook also accompanied her sister to buy a $50 wedding ring, and Marquez and Chernykh posed in photographs that were staged to make the marriage appear real, prosecutors said. He is also charged with entering into a sham marriage with Chernykh in November 2014. The three arrestees are expected in court today at 3:00 p.m. PST.

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Cruz wins all 14 Wyoming Republican delegates

Delegates say their lives have been turned upside-down by the possibility of a contested convention in July, where their votes could decide whether Donald Trump, or another candidate , is the partys presidential nominee. Ohio Gov. John Kasich has 144. So far in polls , Trump has maintained above a 50% level of support there - key to securing the treasure trove of delegates the Empire State provides.

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the Super Tuesday big winners

Cruz had said he would quit if he could not win Texas , but he defeated Trump there, 42 to 28 percent. Trump at a news conference celebrating his victory again disavowed Duke. "We have to fill in what's been hollowed out", says Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. He told supporters Trump is too risky to the party.

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Zika virus detected in woman in Spokane County

The virus often manifests as a mild illness with symptoms including fever, rash, joint pain and red eyes. A state Health Department public education campaign is underway to explain the risk of the Zika virus to pregnant women, college students and others considering travel to Latin America and the Caribbean, health officials.

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Rubio downplays weak Super Tuesday performance, says race is just beginning

Cruz did more than enough to argue that he should become the main challenger to Trump, carrying his home state of Texas, as he had long predicted, as well as Oklahoma. Trump's nomination could lead to "heightened enthusiasm on the Democratic side-combining people who are excited about her winning with people who are afraid of him winning", the Clinton adviser said.

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Manohar assures foolproof security to Pakistan cricket team

BCCI president Shashank Manohar. Reacting to recent news reports regarding Pakistan Twenty20 skipper Shahid Afridi's retirement, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shahryar Khan on Monday said the country's cricketing body will decide whether he can play as captain or player after the World T20 in India.

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Women, blacks, older voters for Clinton in VA, GA

Depending on one's political leanings, though, it may feel the opposite of super: Republican frontrunner Donald Trump looks poised to win the day, which may be good news for such groups as the KKK, but is less welcome for women and Muslims , among others.

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SUPER TUESDAY: Trump, Clinton each racking up wins in several states

Hillary Clinton has easily won Texas' Democratic primary, giving her the most delegate-rich prize of Super Tuesday. Bernie sanders easily won his home state of Vermont . Going into the day, Clinton had already won Nevada, Iowa, and SC, while Trump had taken Nevada, New Hampshire, and SC. It's a massive amount of votes and delegates to tally, but take note that even if someone sweeps every Super Tuesday state , they can not earn their party nomination today.

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Clinton, Trump claim big Super Tuesday victories

Cruz, his closest competitor, has amassed 17 delegates, with Florida Senator Marco Rubio on his heels with 16. Cruz desperately needed his win in Texas in order to stay in the race, and was likely to keep campaigning as the only Republican who has been able to defeat Trump in any primary contest.

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Republicans split as Trump, Clinton eye Super Tuesday wins

A day before Super Tuesday , one of the biggest days of the presidential election cycle Donald Trump received an endorsement from the sports world that could help in the disproportionately Southern bloc of primaries about to be contested.

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Joe Scarborough on Donald Trump's 'disqualifying' moment

She scored a lopsided victory in SC the day before, fueled by a huge advantage among African-Americans, a key Democratic constituency that will also play a dominant role in several Super Tuesday states. "Voting for these people, voting against Donald Trump at this point, is really treason to your heritage, "Duke said on the "David Duke Radio Program." ".

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Rubio wins endorsement from TN Sen. Alexander

He was sticking with his all-out assault on leading GOP rival Donald Trump's character, vowing to "never let the Republican Party and conservative movement be taken over by a con artist". "And I think the challenges facing this country are too grave to roll the dice and risk losing the Supreme Court for a generation, risk yet more economic stagnation and risk on foreign policy allowing radical Islamic terrorism to continue to rise and threaten America".

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Rubio, Cruz release tax summaries in challenge to Trump

Whitman, Christie's national finance co-chair, called Trump "a dishonest demagogue" and said Christie can no longer count on her political support. With the exception of Texas, political surveys show Trump leading throughout the states that vote Tuesday, but Cruz said he is "running neck and neck with Donald in a number of states".

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Temporary truce comes into effect in Syria

The exclusion of the Islamic State from the deal is significant, since the group controls large areas of the country. Rescue workers in the opposition-held area said five people were killed in Douma, listing their names on their Twitter feed.

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As truce nears, Syria activists report heavy Russian strikes

The cessation of hostilities was an "overdue milestone", he said, adding: "But rather than dwell on our past failures, let us now seize the momentum and see urgent progress towards a political transition away from Assad towards a government that represents all Syrians".

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Russia Continuing Syria Air Strikes Ahead of Ceasefire

Putin and Assad "stressed the importance of continuing an uncompromising fight" against the IS group, Al-Nusra Front and "other terrorist groups included in the relevant UN Security Council list", the Kremlin said. It will meet for the first time on Friday and be chaired jointly by Russian Federation and the United States. Critics say it is not clear exactly where along Syria's complicated front lines the fighting would stop and where counterterrorism operations could continue.

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Zika infections confirmed in 9 pregnant women in U.S — CDC

Frieden clarified the potential role of Zika in miscarriages, which two women opted for. The CDC says there is no evidence that past Zika infection poses a risk for future. CDC has also cautioned men coming back from affected areas to be careful, as it's becoming clear the virus can be transmitted sexually . Professor Baylis, added: "We now have a number of Zika research projects in development, in collaboration with partners in Brazil and elsewhere".