• Pokemon GO Cheats Will Be Banned For Life
Pokemon GO Cheats Will Be Banned For Life

The company has quietly updated the Pokemon Go website to include the ban for "violations of the Pokemon Go Terms of Service ". Gamers can visit PokeStops to get PokeBalls, but this can get quite challenging at times, especially when there are no PokeStops near a gamer's area.

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  • Court rules UK's Labour can omit 1000s from leadership vote
Court rules UK's Labour can omit 1000s from leadership vote

Jeremy Corbyn has secured the backing of nearly 300 Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs), in the latest sign that the favourite remains in pole position to be re-elected leader next month. He then played down the red-baiting of Labour deputy leader Tom Watson, who last week described as "Trotskyist entryists" members who have joined the party in ma...

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  • Directors of MAKING A MURDERER Issue Statement on Brendan Dassey Ruling Reversal
Directors of MAKING A MURDERER Issue Statement on Brendan Dassey Ruling Reversal

Dassey's case burst into the public's consciousness with the popularity of the Netflix series, which debuted in December. Essentially, nothing yet. Although his nephew might be the subject of a miraculous case overturn, it seems that this doesn't change anything for Steven Avery .

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  • Airstrike hits Doctors Without Borders hospital in Yemen, officials say
Airstrike hits Doctors Without Borders hospital in Yemen, officials say

In the Haydan district, another northern area, airstrikes Saturday hit a school, killing 10 students and wounding 28 others, said an official at a nearby hospital. The Houthi-held Saba news agency also reported the airstrike. Assiri sent to AFP pictures of Huthi children carrying rifles and rocket-propelled grenade launchers.

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  • Mayor: Wynwood art events are safe, ready with bug repellent
Mayor: Wynwood art events are safe, ready with bug repellent

Request the temporary reassignment of local public health department or agency personnel who are funded through Public Health Service Act programs in Puerto Rico to assist in the Zika response. 1,914 new cases of the Zika virus were reported in Puerto Rico last week. We will continue our campaign to guide Puerto Ricans on the steps needed to pre...

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  • End war in South Sudan
End war in South Sudan

The violence raised fears of a slide back into civil war in the world's youngest nation, which gained independence in 2011. Kiir also promised alleged abuses committed by soldiers - including rape, murder and looting - would be investigated and called for more worldwide financial assistance to help rebuild the economy.

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  • Old Farmer's Almanac: Winter will be cold in Upstate NY
Old Farmer's Almanac: Winter will be cold in Upstate NY

Residents in the Northeast Region , which includes portions of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Vermont, are predicted to have a winter that is "colder than normal on average" with precipitation that is either near or slightly above normal.

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  • Germany: Man seriously injured after 'axe and gun attack' in Cologne
Germany: Man seriously injured after 'axe and gun attack' in Cologne

Police and prosecutors said the reason for the Cologne attack was not yet known. National newspaper Die Welt reported the man was taken to hospital in a serious condition. The other two suffered light wounds. A short while later, police questioned a number of people in a local bar near Weidengasse, taking some into custody for further quest...

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  • S.African woman jailed for newborn baby kidnapping 19 years ago
S.African woman jailed for newborn baby kidnapping 19 years ago

She was given a new name by her kidnapper, which - like her abductor's name - has not been made public, to protect Zephany's privacy. The 51-year old woman was detained in 2015 after suspicions were raised when there was a similar-appearing girl at the kid's school.

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  • Turkey strikes PKK terrorist positions in northern Iraq
Turkey strikes PKK terrorist positions in northern Iraq

They said 12 people were wounded in that attack, including five police officers. The Kiziltepe bombing struck a police bus in front of Mardin State Hospital, on the Turkish-Syrian border, killing three people and injuring at least 30. More than 60,000 people, including many in the military and police have been detained, suspended or placed under ...

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  • Pakistan violates ceasefire in JK, 8000 people displaced
Pakistan violates ceasefire in JK, 8000 people displaced

Indian troops retaliated to the firing, which has not been reported after 10 a.m today. However, no casualties were reported in the incident. Meanwhile, Pak rangers exchanged sweet packets with their BSF counterparts along the worldwide border in Samba, Arnia and RS Pura sectors of Jammu frontier to mark their Independence day celebrations.

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  • Rio 2016: Kenny outsprints team-mate to land more British gold
Rio 2016: Kenny outsprints team-mate to land more British gold

Kenny becomes just the third man to win the Olympic sprint title twice and the first since Germany's Jens Fiedler at Atlanta 1996. Coming into the final, we knew the cycling track sprint gold medal was headed back to Great Britain. Skinner and Kenny are sharing an apartment in at the Rio 2016 Games, but Kenny insists last night was just like any ...

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  • Pelosi warns colleagues of harassing calls and messages
Pelosi warns colleagues of harassing calls and messages

The Romanian hacker known as Guccifer 2.0 took credit for this leak on Friday. However it is one of many tech companies, including Facebook and Apple, who according to a recent Observer op-ed are actively colluding in order to prevent a Trump presidency.

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  • Syrian rebels breach government-imposed siege on Aleppo
Syrian rebels breach government-imposed siege on Aleppo

Ali said. "This is the new route that the regime forces are securing as a temporary alternative to the route they previously depended on", Abdel Rahman said. Fighters besieged in the city coordinated with the Army of Conquest alliance, which includes the Levant Conquest Front, the rebranded al-Qaida branch in Syria, based in neighboring Idlib pro...

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  • Over 7000 rescued in southern US floods
Over 7000 rescued in southern US floods

In Mississippi, water rescues were conducted throughout the day and two people were reported with minor injuries in Harrison County, where roads were reopened by the afternoon, the state's Emergency Management Agency said. Eventually, Gibson made it out along with her dogs, to be rescued by National Guard soldiers on a boat. A woman and her dog w...

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  • Top Trump Adviser Jeff Sessions Says Campaign 'Is Not Over'
Top Trump Adviser Jeff Sessions Says Campaign 'Is Not Over'

Trump later said the media had misconstrued his "sarcasm", although he said in the same breath that perhaps he wasn't being sarcastic. If he doesn't, Dedrel said, he's concerned that Trump is on the way to an Election Day defeat. The election was already going badly for the GOP, but this story is about to make things a whole lot worse. "If the di...

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  • PNG Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Launched Pradhan Mantri UjjwalaYojana at Kolkata, West Bengal
PNG Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Launched Pradhan Mantri UjjwalaYojana at Kolkata, West Bengal

With the launch of the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) in West Bengal targetting to benefit 19.6 million below poverty line (BPL) households in the next three years, the state is going to witness an approximate investment of Rs 3,000 crore, creating 10,000 new jobs, Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Sunday.

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  • Palestinian stabs, wounds Israeli teen in Jerusalem
Palestinian stabs, wounds Israeli teen in Jerusalem

Following the incident, the soldiers kidnapped the child's father and mother, who were with her, and later invaded the family home, in Toura village near Jenin, and kidnapped her brothers Sanad, 21, and Mohammad, 20. Israeli police then chased the worshipers and assaulted them, injuring about 15 of them. He was now refusing medical examinations a...

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  • Hong Kong Occupy Central Student Protest Leader Sentenced to Community Service
Hong Kong Occupy Central Student Protest Leader Sentenced to Community Service

Activist Joshua Wong has been sentenced to a community service order of 80 hours at the Eastern Magistrates' Court. Student leader Nathan Law was sentenced to 120 hours of community service, while fellow leader Alex Chow was sentenced to three weeks in prison, suspended for.

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  • Thailand's junta leader confirms national polls would be held in 2017
Thailand's junta leader confirms national polls would be held in 2017

Criticism of the proposed constitution was made punishable by 10 years in jail, and more than 120 people were arrested for violating campaign rules in the weeks leading up to the referendum, according to Human Rights Watch. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had said "he has no plans on stepping down if the new constitution is rejected", and "he stil...

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