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High Levels of Toxins Found in Bodies of People Living Near Fracking Sites

Toxins found in bodies near fracking sitesMany of the toxic chemicals escaping from fracking and natural gas processing sites and storage facilities may be present in much higher concentrations in the bodies of people living or working near such sites, new research has shown.

In a first-of-its-kind study combining air-monitoring methods with new biomonitoring techniques, researchers detected volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released from natural gas operations in Pavillion, Wyoming in the bodies of nearby residents at levels that were as much as 10 times that of the national averages.

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UAE tells citizens to leave robes at home after businessman held as Isis suspect in Ohio

UAE tells citizens to leave robes homeThe United Arab Emirates has urged men to avoid wearing the white robes, headscarf and headband of the national dress when travelling abroad, after a businessman visiting the United States was wrestled to the ground and held as an Islamic State suspect.

UAE media reported that the Emirati man was detained in Avon, Ohio, last week after a female clerk at a local hotel called 911 to report what she had described as a man affiliated to Islamic State, according to the Arabic-language al-Bayan newspaper.

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Flood hits mosque in Pakistan, dozens feared dead

pakistan floodsDozens are feared dead after floods struck northern Pakistan, washing away a mosque during Ramadan prayers, authorities told CNN Sunday.

Authorities fear more monsoon rains will bring further disaster this week.

The death toll hit 41 in the Chitral district in far northeast Pakistan by the Afghanistan border, where 23 people are reported missing, said Kyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) provincial disaster management authority spokesman Latif Ur Rehman. The region is susceptible to flash floods.

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Trump Star of David tweet created by white supremacists: report

Trump tweetThe image tweeted by presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump on Saturday that accused Hillary Clinton of being "corrupt" with a six-pointed star was reportedly created by white supremacists.

The image appeared on an internet message board for the alt-right, a digital movement of neo-Nazis, anti-Semites and white supremacists often associated with Trump's candidacy, Mic reported on Sunday.

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U.N. creates position to monitor violence, discrimination against LGBT

UN creates monitor for LGBT didscriminationA 43-nation panel at the United Nations narrowly approved a resolution to create a new position to investigate and report on global violence and discrimination against gays and lesbians.

The vote was hailed by supporters as a major step toward acknowledging gays rights are part of the U.N. Human Rights Council's larger work reporting on crimes against specific groups like women and ethnic minorities.

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Israel destroys Palestinian village for 100th time

Israel destroys Palestinian village for 100th timeHunched over a white cooler box, Aziz al-Turi sifted through his most important possessions and pulled out an antique brass coffee pot.

"You know how old this is? Fifty years old," he declared. "It came from Syria, via Jordan, here to Araqib."

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Nearly 120 killed in overnight Baghdad bombings claimed by Islamic State

Iraq explosions kill nearly 100Nearly 120 people were killed and 200 wounded in two bombings overnight in Baghdad, most of them in a busy shopping area as residents celebrated Ramadan, police and medical sources said on Sunday.

The attack on the shopping area of Karrada is the deadliest since U.S.-backed Iraqi forces last month scored a major victory when it dislodged Islamic State from their stronghold of Falluja, an hour's drive west of the capital. It is also the deadliest so far this year.

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Puerto Rico Defaults on Constitutionally Guaranteed Debt

Puerto Rico defaults The Puerto Rican government failed to pay almost half of $2 billion in bond payments due Friday, marking the commonwealth’s first-ever default on its constitutionally guaranteed debt.

Gov. Alejandro García Padilla defended the historic decision by highlighting the island’s tense relationship with Wall Street firms that own its debt.

Some of these firms stand to lose money as a result of Friday’s nonpayment. Major insurers backing Puerto Rico’s debt could also be forced to pay out as much as hundreds of millions of dollars to bondholders.

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Elie Wiesel, Nobel Peace prize winner, Holocaust survivor, dies aged 87

E;oe Wiesel; diesNobel Peace Prize laureate, Holocaust survivor and human rights activist Eliezer “Elie” Wiesel died on Saturday at the age of 87 after a prolonged illness.

A survivor of the Auschwitz and Buchenwald Nazi death camps, Wiesel dedicated much of his life to Holocaust education and promoting tolerance around the world.

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