• Eurozone head: new UK PM must get on with Brexit
Eurozone head: new UK PM must get on with Brexit

She became chairman of the Conservative Party in 2002, famously telling supporters at its conference that year that people saw them as "the nasty party". Market turbulence following the Brexit vote has already shaken banks throughout Europe. This "divorce settlement" must be agreed by a weighted majority of the 27.

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  • Election 2016 Forum - Local Congressional candidates address FBI's Clinton decision
Election 2016 Forum - Local Congressional candidates address FBI's Clinton decision

The FBI concluded that Clinton did not intend to hide records from the public, and FBI Director James B. Comey testified about the investigation for more than four hours this month, Clinton's lawyers wrote. Sanders, 74, an a self-described socialist, told the cheering crowd that Clinton should win the battle against Republican's candidate Do...

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  • Legendary Forward Tim Duncan Retires
Legendary Forward Tim Duncan Retires

V.I. tourism arm is among those lauding his career. Duncan spent 19 years as the cornerstone and focal point of the San Antonio franchise. It did not take long for Duncan to make an impact. Duncan played in 1392 regular season games , 7th all-time. Duncan is one of three players to win at least 1,000 games during his career, and he ranks...

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  • Iraq Cringes Over Extra US Troop Deployments Ahead of Battle for Mosul
Iraq Cringes Over Extra US Troop Deployments Ahead of Battle for Mosul

The territorial gain, which followed the recapture of a key air base nearby at the weekend, further isolated Mosul in preparation for a government assault to recover Iraq's second largest city 60 km (40 miles) to the north. He said the hundreds of forces outside Afghanistan, in addition to the 8,400, will be "over the horizon", but officials would ...

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  • 'Ambush' Episode of UnREAL on Lifetime
'Ambush' Episode of UnREAL on Lifetime

Rachel Goldberg may land at a psychological ward in the "Ambush" episode. When asked about how Rachel is going to handle what Jeremy did to her, Appleby said it affects her character's whole being. Rachel comforts Beth Ann, while secretly rejoicing about the dramatic goldmine that is Beth Ann's trashy ex, Brock, who lives just down the street. Th...

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  • Theresa May to appoint Brexit minister after taking reins from David Cameron
Theresa May to appoint Brexit minister after taking reins from David Cameron

May's focus on managing the U.K.'s exit from the European Union may push ties with the USA even further up her list of priorities, according to Wright. Osborne and May cited Cameron's achievements including legalizing same-sex marriage, reform of schools and an increased minimum wage — but Britain's relationship with Europe looks set to define his ...

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  • Aaron Rodgers' family drama is about to be exposed
Aaron Rodgers' family drama is about to be exposed

Jordan and JoJo get whisked away on a private jet for a trip to an Argentinian vineyard where he reveals a shocking piece of information that could jeopardize his chance at earning a rose! The first sign of trouble was when one of the gauchos told them you can't learn to be a gaucho; you have to be born one.

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  • AG dismisses GOP questions about Clinton decision
AG dismisses GOP questions about Clinton decision

The Republican response to the non-indictment of Hillary Clinton last week is a particularly stunning example of the kind of theatrics that created the conditions for the rise of Trump. The tone of the dynamic between Lynch and the Republicans was captured during questioning from Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.). Democratic lawmakers on the committee ...

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  • Political Group Litters Pakistani Cities With Posters Urging Military Coup
Political Group Litters Pakistani Cities With Posters Urging Military Coup

There was no immediate reaction to the posters from the Pak military or the government. The Move on Pakistan party - which has little grass-roots support - has been registered with the Election Commission of Pakistan for the past three years and a Faisalabad-based businessman, Mohammad Kamran, is its chairman.

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  • Istanbul attackers 'from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan'
Istanbul attackers 'from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan'

Estimates of Russian fighters involved with ISIS range from 2,000 to 7,000, he said. Turkish media reported that a man nicknamed "Akhmed One-Arm" organized the attack. "But nothing is for certain". Since then, Russian Federation has repeatedly accused Erdogan of personally supporting the Islamic State and the Turkish government of buying ...

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  • Three Killed In Terrorist Attack In Bangladesh
Three Killed In Terrorist Attack In Bangladesh

A second policeman later succumbed to his injuries on way to hospital in neighbouring Mymensingh. Maulana Arifuddin Maruf, prayer leader of Dhaka's Circuit House Jame Masjid, said that it defied belief that groups claiming to be fighting for Islam could try to kill an imam and Islamic scholar who presented the Quranic interpretation of violent ...

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  • Eid-ul-Fitr celebrated in Delhi
Eid-ul-Fitr celebrated in Delhi

Many Muslims still abide by that method and view it as an Eid tradition. Where: The Eid prayers will be held at "Masjid Al-Salaam and Education Centre", a local mosque located at 5060 Canada Way (at Sperling, across from the Burnaby Village Museum) in Burnaby.

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  • Ex-Philippine President Aquino hails ruling
Ex-Philippine President Aquino hails ruling

Kritenbrink said the US stance was not driven by any strategic rivalry between the USA and China, but a desire to uphold the "rules-based global order". Japan and China are involved in a separate territorial dispute in the East China Sea and Beijing has warned Tokyo against meddling in the South China Sea dispute.

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  • Ukraine free trade deal
Ukraine free trade deal

Later Monday, Trudeau is scheduled to visit the Maidan, Ukraine's independence square, where popular protests in early 2014 forced the previous pro-Russian president from power and ushered in what Ukrainians hope is a new era. Asked to respond, Trudeau said Canada would co-ordinate with its global partners and allies on how best to help Ukraine in ...

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  • Clinton Set to Receive Sanders Endorsement Before 'Hamilton' Fundraiser
Clinton Set to Receive Sanders Endorsement Before 'Hamilton' Fundraiser

Eventually, Clinton took the stage and said, "We are joining forces to defeat Donald Trump!". "Hillary Clinton will make an outstanding president and I am proud to stand with her here today", said Sen. He warned that people will "see no increase in the minimum wage of $7.25 an hour", which he described as a "starvation wage" if Trump become the...

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  • Australia's Malcolm Turnbull edges closer to majority government
Australia's Malcolm Turnbull edges closer to majority government

On a projected 66 seats and without support from any of the four independents, it was nearly impossible for Labor to form government. "They've brought down [Prime Minister Malcolm] Turnbull - he's as good as a dead man walking - and destroyed the [Liberal Party and National Party governing] Coalition", the Monash University political expert under...

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  • Aiming for Friday announcement, Trump narrows his VP list
Aiming for Friday announcement, Trump narrows his VP list

Gingrich has said on Fox News that he would lean toward saying yes if Trump asked him to join the GOP ticket. Newt Gingrich will no longer appear as a guest on Fox News because of his place on Donald Trump's vice presidential short list.

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  • Airstrikes hit ISIS convoys fleeing Fallujah, hundreds killed
Airstrikes hit ISIS convoys fleeing Fallujah, hundreds killed

The New Syrian Army said in a statement only that it lost "several men" before the group "successfully departed" to Tanf, more than 150 miles away in remote desert terrain near the Jordanian and Iraqi borders. A week ago, virtually the whole population of Fallujah flooded out of the city after Islamic State fighters lifted road blocks and encoura...

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  • Death of rebel leader fuels renewed anger in Kashmir
Death of rebel leader fuels renewed anger in Kashmir

Wani, who was in his early 20s, was killed by Indian forces in a gunbattle Friday night. He said most of the deaths had occurred on Saturday when mobs attacked police and other security installations in south Kashmir but all the deaths could not be accounted for as the situation did not allow the law enforcing agencies to gather information.

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  • String bombings: Saudis identify Jeddah bomber as Pakistani
String bombings: Saudis identify Jeddah bomber as Pakistani

But although Mateen cited the Islamic State as his inspiration in phone calls to emergency responders, investigators have found no evidence that he was directly linked to the group. Consulate in the western city of Jiddah. "Every year", he wrote, "Millions of pilgrims descend on Medina's Great Mosque, usually before or after the hajj pilgrimage, ...

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