• France are favorites as Portugal looks to make history
France are favorites as Portugal looks to make history

He lines up in midfield alongside Paul Pogba - who may not have been quite at his all-conquering best but could still be about to become the most expensive player in the world thanks to Manchester United. "We know we always lose to them but this will motivate us". It may be an evening of patience for France as the underdogs are likely to be con...

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  • Second candidate Owen Smith challenges Corbyn for UK Labour leadership
Second candidate Owen Smith challenges Corbyn for UK Labour leadership

She said she had eventually made a decision to launch a formal challenge because he was unwilling to stand down and she could provide the real leadership he could not. His opponents in the party, who want him gone as leader, had argued that under party rules he needed to be nominated by 51 Labour MPs and MEPs to stand again.

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  • British Open updates: Phil Mickelson shoots 2-under 69 in 2nd round
British Open updates: Phil Mickelson shoots 2-under 69 in 2nd round

There was sadness for French golfer Clement Sordet, who hails from Nice and woke up to hear the awful news about the attack in his city which has killed at least 84 people. Lee Westwood of England uses an umbrella to shelter from the rain on the 11th green during the second round on day two of the 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon on July 15,...

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  • Rio reviewing Olympic security after Nice attack
Rio reviewing Olympic security after Nice attack

The killing only ended after police shot and killed the armed driver, who was identified as a 31-year-old Tunisian delivery man. Defense minister Raul Jungmann had an interview on CBN radio today to go over the exact things they would be doing to keep visitors and citizens safe.

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  • CAMPAIGN 2016: Trump announces Pence his VP choice on Twitter
CAMPAIGN 2016: Trump announces Pence his VP choice on Twitter

But the fact that 85 percent of evangelicals are on board with Trump is good for those of us seeking to create a new center-right party. And, no, Trump's campaign can't be trusted to have done a thorough job of vetting, even after hiring experienced Republican operatives for that objective.

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  • Lakers forward Nance has 'probable fracture' in right hand
Lakers forward Nance has 'probable fracture' in right hand

It was unsuccessful as he fell to the Thomas & Mack court on his wrist. A fantastic game for Tyus Jones, scoring 26 points and adding 10 assists, shining once more for Minnesota. "We ran out of gas", Russell said. "If it's not great news, he's a great kid and a hard worker", Lakers Summer League head coach Jesse Mermuys said, according to Lake...

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  • Lefty on top: Mickelson maintains lead on rainy day at Troon
Lefty on top: Mickelson maintains lead on rainy day at Troon

He was at 10-under 132, one better than the 36-hole score of Darren Clarke in 1997 and Bobby Clampett in 1982 at Royal Troon. In the clubhouse, Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen was seven-under after an admirable three-under-par round of 68 that included three birdies and no bogeys.

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  • Tour Leader Froome Sends Message of Support to Nice Victims
Tour Leader Froome Sends Message of Support to Nice Victims

In the provisionary Tour de France GC classification standings, Adam Yates was the leader while Quintana gained time over Froome. The incident happened close to the finish and Froome, of Team Sky, began running up the slopes of the Mont Ventoux before grabbing a service bike which did not work.

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  • Contract Extension for Wilkerson
Contract Extension for Wilkerson

Reports claim it's a five-year extension that will pay the defensive lineman $17 million per year. Wilkerson said in a video released by the Jets that it is a five-year deal. In the end, Wilkerson got what he wanted and the Jets get to keep a talented player. Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker also got a deal done Friday prior to the deadl...

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  • Froome keeps the yellow jersey after dramatic tour stage
Froome keeps the yellow jersey after dramatic tour stage

The Briton's bike was broken in a pile-up close to the finish and the Team Sky rider began running up the slopes of the Mont Ventoux before grabbing a service bike which did not fit. Nobody wants to take the yellow jersey like that. The finish had been reduced by six kilometres yesterday due to high winds to slightly dampen expectations of a key ...

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  • Through hail and heat, Froome in control of Tour
Through hail and heat, Froome in control of Tour

For... Chris Froome extended his overall lead in the Tour de France with an opportunistic attack on the flat in Montpellier before backing the decision to shorten Thursday's stage to Mont Ventoux on safety grounds. “Again it was just another one of those spur of the moment kind of things, ” Froome said. "Tactically, it just puts the shoe on the...

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  • Deontay Wilder, Chris Arreola Ready To Wage War
Deontay Wilder, Chris Arreola Ready To Wage War

Instead, Wilder (36-0, 35 knockouts) was left to file a breach of contract suit seeking at least $5 million and to find another opponent on relatively short notice. "No, he don't", Wilder said during a press conference Thursday in the Arena Club at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex . This marks the second straight training camp in whic...

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  • Serena Williams wins Wimbledon crown for 22nd Grand Slam title
Serena Williams wins Wimbledon crown for 22nd Grand Slam title

Serena Williams now has an opportunity to become the all-time Open-era Grand Slam Champion in front of a home crowd at this year's US Open in September. "I had to start looking at positives, not focusing on that one loss per tournament which really isn't bad, and for anyone else on this tour would be completely happy about it".

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  • Can delegates back out from supporting Trump?
Can delegates back out from supporting Trump?

The votes were overwhelming in favor of Trump and his Republican National Committee allies who united to head off the insurrection. But if they are able to force a floor vote on the "unbinding" of delegates, we should then be prepared for an incredibly unpredictable convention.

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  • Pokemon Go is Live in the United Kingdom
Pokemon Go is Live in the United Kingdom

The app has already topped the download chart for the Apple and Android devices, with experts suggesting the game could be the next marketing tool for retailers. The Pokemon franchise began in 1996 as a pair of video games for Nintendo's GameBoy and also spawned an anime series and films. Mr Jovian Chan, 26, is excited about other benefits ...

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  • Cousins, Redskins fail to reach long-term deal
Cousins, Redskins fail to reach long-term deal

Throughout the offseason, general manager Scot McCloughan has maintained the Redskins' strong desire to have Cousins in place as the team's quarterback. Some players dislike the franchise tag because it does not provide long-term stability. He was one of the best quarterbacks in football in the second half of the season, as he posted a 126.1 passer...

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  • Driver in France truck attack identified as French-Tunisian man
Driver in France truck attack identified as French-Tunisian man

Passengers on easyJet wishing to cancel their flights into Nice are being offered refunds and British Airways has also said it is contacting customers to offer to change their flights. President Francois Hollande extended a state of emergency for three more months in response to this latest attack . France is reeling from another large-scale...

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  • American Sam Querrey stuns top-seeded Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon
American Sam Querrey stuns top-seeded Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon

The tennis pro ended top-seeded Novak Djokovic's Grand Slam streak and revealed his strategy on how he pulled off the Monday victory-winning the match 6-4, 7-6 (5), 6-4. "I couldn't help but notice the noise from the crowd when Novak's score flashed up on the Centre Court scoreboard, but I only thought about it for a few seconds".

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  • 16-Year-Old Sydney McLaughlin Can't Believe She's Going to the Olympics
16-Year-Old Sydney McLaughlin Can't Believe She's Going to the Olympics

For what seemed like an eternity Sunday there was a blank spot on the Hayward Field scoreboard where the name of the third-place finisher of the women's 200 meters should have been. She will be a senior at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, next fall. The last 16-year-old to make the team was 100 hurdler Rhonda Brady in 1976.

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  • Murray survives crisis points to book last four battle with Berdych
Murray survives crisis points to book last four battle with Berdych

He won the US Open. I'm putting a lot of expectation on myself at this event, like I do at all of the Grand Slams, and I play my most consistent tennis at all of the Slams doing that. But he roared back with some audacious attacking tennis and Britain's 2013 champion Murray, for the first time in a tournament that had been stress-free before, seeme...

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