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Top Stories - Poll: Clinton 10 points ahead of Trump nationally


Support of Trump and Clinton broke down on gender and racial lines.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  17:36

BBC

America - Florida braces for possible first hurricane in more than 10 years


A tropical system brewing in the Caribbean could strengthen into a hurricane before hitting Florida and the Gulf Coast in the coming days.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  17:34

Yahoo

World - `No radicalisation` in Australia stabbing death: police


A Frenchman who allegedly stabbed a young British woman backpacker to death while saying `Allahu Akbar` in fact has no sign of radicalisation, Australian police said on Thursday. Twenty-nine-year-old Smail Ayad was expected to be charged with stabbing Mia Ayliffe-Chung, 21, multiple times late Tuesday at a backpacker`s hostel in Home Hill, a rural town in north Queensland state. `We are certainly not ruling anything out but what I can say at this stage there is absolutely no -- and I repeat -- there is absolutely no indication of any form of radicalisation or any particular motive in relation to this matter,` Detective Superintendent Ray Rohweder told a press conference.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  06:03

Yahoo

World - Questions mount as Italy weeps for quake victims


The death toll from a powerful earthquake in central Italy was revised downwards to 241 Thursday but officials cautioned it could rise again as rescuers continued a grim search for corpses, as powerful aftershocks rocked the devastated area. As rescuers sifted through the rubble, questions mounted as to why there had been so many deaths in a thinly-populated area so soon after a 2009 earthquake in the nearby city of L`Aquila left 300 people dead. In Amatrice a 4.3 magnitude aftershock shook the already badly damaged village on Thursday, fueling fears of fresh collapses which could hamper the rescue operation.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  14:47

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World - Top Asian News 3:36 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments of which only about 2,200 remain were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  16:43

Yahoo

World - Top Asian News 3:03 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments of which only about 2,200 remain were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  16:15

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World - Top Asian News 3:01 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments of which only about 2,200 remain were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  16:12

Yahoo

World - Top Asian News 2:25 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments of which only about 2,200 remain were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  15:35

Yahoo

World - Russian doping coach Chegin loses appeal against life ban


MOSCOW (AP) The Russian anti-doping agency says a coach linked to more than 20 doping cases has lost his appeal against a life ban from athletics.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  15:26

Yahoo

World - Top Asian News 1:57 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments of which only about 2,200 remain were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  15:05

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