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Apple Store app to be updated with 'For You' section

According to a Bloomberg report published on Thursday, Apple will soon launch a revamped version of its dedicated Apple Store app, the company's in-house shopping app which is used by iOS users for making online purchase of Apple's products.

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Yemen's Houthis, ousted leader formalize alliance

The UN-brokered Yemen peace talks have been extended for one week following a request by the UN special envoy, the foreign ministry of host nation Kuwait said today. Houthi forces and Saleh loyalists now hold most of Yemen's northern half while Hadi's forces share control of the rest with southern separatists and various tribes, with al Qaeda-affiliated militants operating in parts of the country.

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Hillary Clinton to seal the deal on final night of DNC

No, a real estate mogul and reality television star is not qualified to be president. No, demonizing immigrants will not make America great again. In her speech, Clinton said she will defeat the Islamic State group and work to fight radicalization of young people in the U.S.

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Special meeting to be held concerning dress code at Butler High School

The School-Based Decision Making Council at Butler passed the motion unanimously. This includes unnatural hair colors or obvious intentions to draw attention to oneself. She explained that on Wednesday, after going with her daughter to register and later reading through all the materials, Ashanti noticed the new, stricter policy and pointed it out.

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Gurgaon waterlogging blocks NH8 Gurugram traffic is moving slowly

In a tweet, Khattar held Kejriwal responsible for water-logging in Gurgaon , saying the latter's non-cooperative behaviour has caused the traffic jam. They said they had been left to fend for themselves by the government. "Now, we are no longer in power". Thousands of frustrated commuters have resorted to Twitter after heavy rains brought the city of Gurgaon near the capital Delhi to a standstill.

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Norway mulls giving mountain part to neighbor Finland as gift

While mountainous Norway has several peaks that are higher, Finland's highest mountain is 1,325 meters. When the idea was proposed past year, Norway's national broadcaster NRK explained that, geo-physically speaking, Halti has two peaks, but the higher one is in Norway.

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Jobless rate falls in June

The chart below shows unemployment rates for the Barren River Area Development District. The Kentucky Office of Employment and Training says Woodford County had the state's lowest jobless rate at 3.6 percent. IL has the highest unemployment rate in the Midwest and at 6.2 percent is higher than the national average of 4.5 percent. Statewide, unemployment was at 4.5 percent.

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Sarah Silverman: Bernie-or-bust Dems 'being ridiculous'

Rendell said that he believed that Silverman helped defuse the tension in the convention between supporters of Sanders and Clinton, after the leaks of DNC emails that appeared to show favoritism toward Clinton. A din grew in the Philadelphia convention hall, and some started chanting "Bernie!" As the convention opened, many Sanders delegates covered their mouths with blue duct tape upon which they'd written "Silenced by the DNC".

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Call for protests over coalition strikes in Syria

The US-led coalition has said it is investigating reports of civilian deaths in the strikes. Recently the SDF, a US-backed group of mainly consisting of YPG militants associated with the PKK terrorist organisation, concentrated their forces upon the strategically important city in an attempt to seize it from DAESH, which took Manbij in 2014.

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Oil Edges Away From April Lows But Oversupply Still Weighs

US commercial crude inventories increased by 1.7 million barrels last week, maintaining a total USA commercial crude inventory of 521.1 million barrels. However, now that the threat of the fire has finally ended, producers are returning to the fields. The statement marked an important milestone for BP as it tries to persuade investors that the years of retrenchment have ended and it is ready to grow - despite oil prices hovering below $50 a barrel.

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Turkey says US-based cleric Gulen could flee for Canada

Egypt said it had not received an asylum request. The detention of journalists and the purges of officials have raised concerns in Europe, and on Thursday German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was "right and important" after a coup attempt to pursue the coup plotters "with all the means and possibilities of the state of law".

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Sarah Silverman: Sanders die-hards are 'being ridiculous'

I'm not in the habit of complimenting Sarah Silverman , a person whose regret about wearing blackface for a skit once is largely rooted in the notion that it was "taken out of context" years later on Twitter . Ted Cruz of Texas, to endorse Donald Trump in a prime-time speech - delegates managed in the end to put on their adult trousers and unite in their profound dislike of Clinton.

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Al-Nusra chief in Syria announces split with Qaeda

Tamimi said both groups shared the goal of creating a "global caliphate" but that Al-Nusra had "a more subtle long-game approach focused on trying to build popular support". By restraining its fighters from enforcing as strict a Sharia law code as Islamic State and by developing ties with Islamist rebel militias, Jabhat al-Nusra had increasingly embedded itself in insurgent-held areas.

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Pope Francis opens World Youth Day in Krakow

The Argentine, 79, boarded a yellow and white street auto with "Pope's tram" on the destination screen. Francis left Czestochowa on Thursday by helicopter, heading back to Krakow where he would be presented with the keys to the city, before jumping on to a tram that would whisk him to the sprawling Blonia meadow for his first big WYD event.

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LEADING OFF: Sale rejoins Chisox, Gordon returns to Marlins

The left-hander was due to start Saturday against the Detroit Tigers, and the White Sox were scheduled to wear 1976 throwback uniforms that day, complete with collared jerseys that are not meant to be tucked into the trousers. The Texas Rangers are in good position to advance the 2016 MLB Playoffs. Los Angeles is rumored to be more aggressive for Sale then they were for Rangers pitcher Cole Hammels in last years deadline.

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Bernie Sanders cancels on PA delegates due to scheduling conflict

Will the Sanders revolutionaries embrace her anyway? The unhappiest among his followers filed out, occupied a media tent and staged a sit-in, some with tape on their mouths to signify their silencing by the party. The portrait was missing some strokes. Unlike in 2012, when he took listeners on a tour of economic policy, Clinton this time plans to paint a picture of his wife as a longtime liberal advocate for children and families.

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Trump revives conspiracy theory linking Cruz's father to JFK killing

Donald Trump followed the script in his big speech to the Republican National Convention. "Ted Cruz last night, make no mistake of it, cut himself off from getting the nomination in 2020". "I think Heidi Cruz is a great person". "And I will say what I think he should have done is what you said". "He's got good intellect but he doesn't know how to use it.

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NHK: Knife attacker in Japan moved from jail to see prosecutors

Uematsu handed himself in to the police in the early hours of Tuesday, less than an hour after he allegedly drove from his home to Tsukui Yamayuri-en care facility, tied up two employees, and attacked residents as they lay in their beds. Authorities said after the attack on the facility, Uematsu turned himself in, presenting three bloodied knives and telling police he had been fired earlier this year and held a grudge.

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WWE 'Battleground' results: Bayley makes her long-awaited debut

SmackDown fans should expect to see a brand new theme song and intro on tonight's episode, as was the case on this week's episode of Raw . There are still a lot of questions about how the WWE will be structured after the draft, but slowly and surely we are finding out.

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Fiat Chrysler revises sales, shows streak ended in 2013

Automotive News points out that the differentiation between how FCA tallies sales for its monthly reports and its quarterly financial reports could be used as a defense, though perhaps not an effective one. Vehicles sold outside the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) number to 43,397 models. Dealers will try to make those numbers because doing so often can mean a difference of hundreds of thousands in revenue.

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Kabali 4th Day (Monday) Worldwide Box Office Collection

While unprecedented fan frenzy helped Kabali break records at the box office, mixed reviews may stop its victory march in the middle. In Kerala too it has the highest ever opening day figures with Rs 3 crore. The film also features Radhika Apte, Dhansika, Winston Chao, Kishore, Dinesh and Kalairasan in key roles. Rajinikanth's Kabali , while doing better than Sultan in its opening week, is not targeted at Hindi film watchers, which is Salman's core audience.

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Ravens bring in offensive tackle Jake Long, a former first overall pick

This is a smart value signing by the Ravens. Long would provide immediate experience although it remains to be seen how much the injury-plagued veteran has left. "I'm finally healthy", Long told ESPN . He signed with the Atlanta Falcons previous year, but only played in four games. A three-time Pro Bowler, Long has also played for the Rams and the Atlanta Falcons.

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N Korea warns US of 'terrifying price' over nuke tensions

It was mindful of all possible sanctions when it took the "inevitable strategic decision" to develop nuclear weapons to counter the "never-ending nuclear blackmails of the USA", he said. "Whether we conduct additional nuclear tests is entirely up to the United States", Ri told reporters late Tuesday on the sidelines of a regional security forum in Laos which both he and Kerry attended.

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China imposes internet news reporting ban on major online companies

A regulation issued in 2005 by the Communist Party already prevented news companies from producing original reporting, but the order made public on Monday sanctioned the "serious violations" of the ruling, pointing out the "negative effects" of such coverage.

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Miss Cleo dies at age 53

She used a variety of aliases besides Cleo over the years, including LaShawnda Williams, Corvette Mama, Elenore St. Julian, Desiree Canterlaw, Janet Snyder, Maria Delcampo, Christina Garcia, Cleomili Harris and Youree Perris. Miss Cleo was an L.A. native (despite her fabricated Jamaican accent) and proud member of the LGBTQ community. The commercials ended with the tagline, " Call me now! ".