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Pokemon Go Out Now in UK

British users are so desperate to get their hands on the game that fake versions of the app have topped Apple's App Store downloads in the UK, Campaign reported yesterday . Pokemon Go at your desk. Users can play for the first time on their mobile phones and devices, searching the real world using satellite location to find pokémon near them.

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Pakistan parliament to vote on honour killing, rape laws

The bill is said to be revoke right of the family of victim to pardon the killer. According to her, once the bill has been approved by the parliamentary committee, it would be presented for a vote in few weeks before a joint session of parliament.

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Trump Jnr: 'America will be greater than ever before'

Though the song inexplicably did not become a hit when it first came out, the internet rediscovered the tune after Tiffany Trump spoke in support of her dear old dad at the Republican National Convention. Well, the current Donald Trump wife, then named Melanija Knavs, is 46 years old, and was born on April 26, 1970 in Yugoslavia (now Slovenia). Tiffany was just a little girl at the time .

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Theresa May mocks 'unscrupulous' Jeremy Corbyn in first clash at PMQs

The Welsh MP has paid tribute to Corbyn for "helping Labour discover its radical roots" but said the party needed a new generation to take it forward. Kerry McCarthy, MP for Bristol East, was at the former shadow work and pensions secretary campaign launch on the weekend and confirmed that she believes Mr Smith has the ability to connect with people beyond those who "already agree with him".

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Florida Zika infection may be 1st from mosquito bite in US

As of July 13, more than 1,300 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection in the continental United States and more than 2,900 cases in the us territories had been reported to the CDC's ArboNET(www.cdc.gov) arboviral surveillance system. It was the first time researchers understood the long-term impact of the disease, which, for adults, was virally spread and caused relatively mild symptoms-mostly a rash.

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Security On Alert In Cleveland As Republican National Convention Begins

Police in Cleveland say they aim to avoid mass arrests at the protests planned for next week's Republican National Convention, but the fact that the city's courts are preparing to process up to a 1,000 people a day has some civil rights activists anxious.