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IS group claims attack that killed 85-year-old French priest

He had retired aged 75 but helped out when necessary - and was reportedly standing in for the regular priest, Father Auguste Moanda-Phuati, when two men wielding knives burst into the church at 9.43am French time on Tuesday. Sister Danielle, a nun who was in the church at the time, said slain priest Jaques Hamel, 84, was wearing his white cloak and was at the foot of the altar when "they forced him to get on his knees and not move".

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Lenovo launches a Windows 10 smartphone (in Japan)

Nevertheless, Windows 10 has among the most successful adaption rates compared to previous operating systems released by Microsoft . Right now, as Microsoft never tires of telling you if you're using Windows 7 or 8, Windows 10 is free to upgrade to.

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Looking For Large Craters on Ceres

One reason could be because large amounts of water or ice in Ceres' interior, which has always been suspected. This substance might allow the craters to smooth out over time as the ground settled, or it could even have flowed over the crust and formed an entirely new surface.

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Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel Went Back to Couples Therapy

When the therapist asked why they had chose to go to the session, Kimmel quipped, "It's court-ordered". Damon said he had to bribe his friend to do so, in which Kimmel feels betrayed by a person he once slept with. "Oh, Matt , we ran out of time.' I've never met somebody who's so disgusting with time management". Damon draws a picture of Kimmel with a butt for a face; Kimmel , predictably, draws a penis.

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Turkey Detains Top Aide to US-Based 'Coup Mastermind'

These include 15 universities, more than 934 schools, 109 dormitories, 1,125 associations, 19 unions and 35 health associations. And after rounding up almost 300 officers of the presidential guard over suspected links to the coup, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announced that Turkey planned to disband the 2,500-strong unit, saying there was "no need" for the elite regiment.

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Stepanovs say drug cheats will compete in Rio

TAEKWONDO - Three Russians have qualified for Rio but await a decision from the World Taekwondo Federation. That is in addition to athletics' governing body, the IAAF, already opting to ban Russian track and field athletes from the competition unless they can satisfy strict doping criteria.