• Facebook posts about community standards for Live videos
Facebook posts about community standards for Live videos

On Saturday, Facebook explained its censorship policy for Live video "that contradicts theories that the video disappeared due to Facebook waffling on whether it should stay up, a high volume of reports of it containing violent content, a deletion by police who had taken possession of Castile's girlfriend's phone and Facebook account or a r...

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  • Fowler tweets he's going to Olympics
Fowler tweets he's going to Olympics

After playing the Scottish Open on Sunday, he said he was "all in". World number seven Fowler tweeted on Sunday that he was committed to the August 11-14 men's competition in Rio. So she's there listening to all the conversations, so I'm not having to say different things to other people, that kind of stuff, and have to relay messages.

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  • Canadian Milos Raonic comes up short in his first Grand Slam final
Canadian Milos Raonic comes up short in his first Grand Slam final

Wins third Grand Slam title, and second at Wimbledon , by beating Milos Raonic in the final, thus becoming the first British man since Fred Perry in the 1930s to win multiple singles titles at the grass court major. Murray, who has been brilliant with his returns today, will serve for the first set. He has now reached the finals of all four majo...

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  • Portugal survives unthinkable Ronaldo loss for Euro title
Portugal survives unthinkable Ronaldo loss for Euro title

But it was Ronaldo's day as Portugal lifted their first ever European Championship trophy! "There are no words after that", Deschamps said. "Football can be very cruel", said Lloris, France's captain. For all of his undoubted greatness, the 31-year-old's finest days have not been in a Portugal shirt and that, for some, renders him as an als...

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  • After Days of Limbo, Australian Premier Claims Election Win
After Days of Limbo, Australian Premier Claims Election Win

Turnbull, a moderate, will also need to face the more conservative lawmakers in his party who are angry that he ousted his predecessor Tony Abbott in an internal leadership ballot less than a year ago. Turnbull noted the New South Wales Electoral Commission had considered and been more open to electronic voting than the Australian Electoral Commiss...

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  • Noren leads by 2 shots after 3 rounds of Scottish Open
Noren leads by 2 shots after 3 rounds of Scottish Open

The posse on two-under was strengthened by Padraig Harrington, the triple major victor, who bounded in late in the day with two birdies and no bogeys on a fine back nine as he carded a 70. A US PGA Tour regular, Lee's first professional win came on the European Tour as an 18-year-old amateur when he won the 2009 Johnnie Walker Classic in Perth.

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  • Australian PM claims election victory
Australian PM claims election victory

On current trends those two seats look likely to go to the Coalition, ensuring the Turnbull Government's outright majority. "I think it's good in our democracy that I can ring up the prime minister and congratulate him", he said. Counting of votes continues but with forecasts indicating the ruling conservative government will enough seats in Parl...

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  • United States to keep 8400 troops in Afghanistan into 2017: Obama
United States to keep 8400 troops in Afghanistan into 2017: Obama

Instead, the USA will maintain 8,400 troops into next year, through the end of his administration. He said his decision should help the next president make good decisions about the future of US involvement in the country where America has been fighting since 2001.

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  • Australia's opposition party concedes defeat in federal election
Australia's opposition party concedes defeat in federal election

However, while conceding that his party will not be able to form government on this election, a nontheless energised Labor leader Bill Shorten, who has avoided a leadership challenge based on his better than expected performance in the election, has been quick to amplify the doubt and says he is ready for round-two.

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  • UFC 200 features Jones, Tate as betting favourites
UFC 200 features Jones, Tate as betting favourites

Now champion, Tate's first challenger is the number four ranked Amanda Nunes , someone who she feels isn't ready for the level of competition she brings. She promised that she will beat Nunes as she has prepared well for her. Tate knows Nunes has prepared for her as well and promise that it will be a good solid bout between them.

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  • Giant spacecraft arrives at Jupiter on July 4
Giant spacecraft arrives at Jupiter on July 4

He says the dramatic auroras captured on Jupiter are among the most active he's ever seen. Last June 24, the spacecraft passed through this " bow shock " just outside the magnetic field of Jupiter , which is a bubble in the planet's magnetosphere that controls particle movement in its atmosphere.

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  • Kenney to make 'important announcement' Wednesday
Kenney to make 'important announcement' Wednesday

Walking into the Clarion Hotel Ballroom to Paul Brandt's "Alberta Bound" on Wednesday, Jason Kenney announced he's bound on uniting Alberta conservatives and preventing a second NDP term. In his brief tribute to the legacy of the party he wants to lead, Kenney skipped over the other five premiers, citing only Lougheed and, yes, Klein.

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  • Schoop helps Orioles rally past Angels 3-2
Schoop helps Orioles rally past Angels 3-2

The 24-year-old second baseman is hitting.298 with 13 homers and 50 runs batted in, and has played strong defense, as well. "It's a blow to us and to C.J.", Sciascia told reporters Friday . Daniel Nava turned in the defensive play of the game, leaping at the left field fence to rob Manny Machado of a homer in the first inning. Trumbo, the b...

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  • Winning numbers drawn in Mega Millions $540 million jackpot
Winning numbers drawn in Mega Millions $540 million jackpot

Ten tickets with five numbers, but missing the Mega number, were sold, none in California, the Multi-State Lottery Association , which conducts the game, announced. The winning ticket was reportedly sold at a Speedway gas station in Cambridge City. The Mega Millions game is played in 44 states, Washington, D.C.

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  • Donald Cerrone Bets $1000 On Silva To Upset Cormier At UFC 200
Donald Cerrone Bets $1000 On Silva To Upset Cormier At UFC 200

Silva has fought in the light heavyweight class three times before, winning all three of those fights decisively, with first-round knockouts. In a news conference on Thursday, he apologised to Cormier, saying: "I know this fight means a lot to him".

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  • Shock and anger in Pakistan, Muslim world over KSA attacks
Shock and anger in Pakistan, Muslim world over KSA attacks

Eid in particular is supposed to be a time of celebration and family. The same day, a suicide bomber and a auto bomb exploded near a Shiite mosque in the country, while a suicide bomber carried out an attack in the western city of Jiddah, near the U.S.

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  • Bernie Sanders Says Campaigns Are Coming 'Closer and Closer Together'
Bernie Sanders Says Campaigns Are Coming 'Closer and Closer Together'

He told reporters Saturday that the campaigns are "coming closer and closer together in trying to address the major issues facing this country". And while the clinic proposal likely to get a lot less attention than anything Clinton says about the public option of Medicare, the idea, if implemented, could help a great many people get medical care...

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  • Indian Kashmir seethes after killing of top rebel commander
Indian Kashmir seethes after killing of top rebel commander

Stone pelting incidents were also reported from Sheeri, Kreeri, Delina, Pattan and Palhalan areas of north Kashmir's Baramulla district, the official said, adding Barsoo and Shariefabad in Awantipora area of south Kashmir also saw violent protests.

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  • Trump's Virginia Campaign Chair Blames Clinton for 'Encouraging' Dallas Shooting
Trump's Virginia Campaign Chair Blames Clinton for 'Encouraging' Dallas Shooting

Trump postponed a planned speech on the economy and instead took to Facebook to demand law and order for everyone as well as call for "love and compassion". Stewart wrote Clinton, as well as Virginia's Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, were "essentially encouraging the murder of these police officers" by labeling police as racists.

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  • Clinton: Dallas shooting an 'absolutely horrific event'
Clinton: Dallas shooting an 'absolutely horrific event'

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump also scrapped his campaign events Friday. "The senseless, tragic deaths of two motorists in Louisiana and Minnesota reminds us how much more needs to be done". The legislation would withhold federal grant money from police departments that allow plainclothes officers in unmarked cars to mak...

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