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  • Descendants do not fight statue criticism
    The year is 2017, and as the president of the United States defends monuments to the Confederacy, some descendants of Confederate leaders are calling for them to be removed. On Saturday an attacker drove a car into a crowd of counterprotesters at a rally of...

  • No slowing in flood of asylum seekers
    L ACOLLE, QUE . • The number of asylum seekers intercepted at the QuebecNew York border in July nearly quadrupled to 2,996 and shows no sign of slowing down, authorities said Thursday.
    In June, the comparable number was 781, Immigration and Citizenship Canada said....

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    BARCELONA, Spain — A van veered onto a promenade and barrelled down a busy pedestrian zone Thursday in Barcelona’s picturesque Las Ramblas district, swerving from side to side as it mowed down tourists and residents and turned the popular European vacation promenade into a bloody killing zone...

  • Raped 10-year-old gives birth in India
    A 10-year-old Indian girl whose parents say she was raped and impregnated by her uncle has reportedly given birth after a court rejected her request for an abortion last month.
    Doctors at the Government Medical College and Hospital in the northern city of Chandigarh delivered a baby girl through a C-section on Thursday morning, the Indian Express and the BBC reported....

  • WORLD NEWS Trump lashes out again
    WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump bitingly decried the rising movement to pull down monuments to Confederate icons Thursday, declaring the nation is seeing “the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart.”
    Trump’s new remarks came even...

  • Education activist Malala earns a place at Oxford
    LONDON — Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by a Taliban gunman when she was 15 for speaking out for the right to an education, has been accepted to the University of Oxford.
    The 20-year-old activist shared word of her acceptance to the school on Twitter and included a screenshot of her “congratulations” notice...

  • THE LAST WORD IN ASTROLOGY
    Celebrities born on this day: Edward Norton, 48; Andy Samberg, 39; Denis Leary, 60; Robert Redford, 81.
    Happy Birthday! Take your time, check out your options and let your creative imagination help you come up with the best way to approach any situation you face this year...

  • Researchers have success with immunotherapy treatment
    A breakthrough study by Australian researchers has found a way to cure those with peanut allergies.
    The findings, published in the Lancet Child & Adolescent Health journal, show that twothirds of the children treated with an immunotherapy treatment showed signs of peanut tolerance....

  • Tears, cheers in Winnipeg as former 12-year-old captive reunited with family after 3 years Yazidi boy back with mom
    WINNIPEG — A woman in Winnipeg tightly embraced her 12-year-old son for the first time in three years early Thursday morning when the child was reunited with his family after his liberation from Iraqi militants.
    Cheers went up from a large crowd on hand when Emad Mishko Tamo arrived at James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, just weeks after he was freed from captivity....

  • It’s a question of ‘horrific’ vs. ‘unimaginable’
    BEIJING — A military solution to the North Korean missile threat would be “horrific” but allowing Pyongyang to develop the capability to launch a nuclear attack on the United States is “unimaginable,” the top U.S. military officer said Thursday in Beijing....

  • ‘HE’S PLAYING GAMES’
    Peter Kaczmarczyk is one lucky old man.
    At the age of 82, the former cab driver won half of a $7.8 million 6/49 jackpot on a ticket he bought with the struggling waitress he’d befriended. It was right out of that movie, It Could Happen to You.
    Seven years later, the millionaire still has horseshoes....

  • ACES ON BRIDGE
    “The first precept was never to accept a thing as true until I knew it as such without a single doubt.” — René Descartes
    When China played Brazil on Vugraph in the early stages of the 1995 Bermuda Bowl, a huge swing hinged on the defense against an ambitious slam contract...

  • Trump lashes out on Twitter
    BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — With prominent Republicans openly questioning his competence and moral leadership, President Donald Trump on Thursday burrowed deeper into the racially charged debate over Confederate memorials and lashed out at members of his own party in the latest controversy to engulf his presidency....

  • Police kill dozens
    MANILA, Philippines — Philippine police killed at least 26 more drug and crime suspects in overnight gunbattles in the capital, bringing to 58 the death toll in a renewed bloody crackdown in the last three days that received praises from the president.
    President Rodrigo Duterte expressed his satisfaction with the new spike in drug killings....

  • AMY DICKINSON
    ASK AMY
    My daughter and son-in-law are expecting their first child. My husband has a granddaughter, but this will be MY first grandchild. My husband and I have been together for more than 16 years and have helped raise each other’s children.
    I love his granddaughter and I don’t want her feelings to be hurt by announcing on social media that I am expecting my first grandchild...

  • Partial eclipse visible to local residents
    In just three days, the sky will put on one of the most dramatic shows that you are likely to see.
    The dynamics of the orbits of the Earth, moon and sun will align on Monday to cause the moon to pass between the Earth and sun, casting a shadow on the surface of the Earth....

  • Pro-democracy trio jailed in Hong Kong
    JOSHUA WONG, the pro-democracy campaigner, and two other young leaders of Hong Kong’s huge Umbrella Movement rallies were jailed yesterday for their role in the 2014 protests, dealing a fresh blow to their hopes for political reform.
    The sentences handed down...

  • Her seat in a burka
    A fAr-right politician caused outrage after turning up to a senate session in a burka.
    Pauline Hanson, the leader of Australia’s right-wing One Nation party, carried out the controversial stunt as she called for the government to ban the burka.
    It comes after...

  • South African police issue border alert to stop Grace Mugabe from leaving country
    Police in South Africa have issued a red alert to stop Zimbabwe’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, from leaving the country after she was accused of assaulting a model at a hotel in Johannesburg.
    South Africa’s minister of police, Fikile Mbalula, said all borders...

  • Mass burials continue after Sierra Leone mudslides
    Mass burials continued yesterday for the hundreds of victims of deadly mudslides in Sierra Leone's capital as the threat of more rain loomed, hurting recovery efforts.
    Queen Elizabeth II expressed her sadness over the disaster that has killed more than 300 people...

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