• David Cameron answers final Prime Minister's Questions
David Cameron answers final Prime Minister's Questions

Labour MPs remained seated, but even they - again, including Jeremy Corbyn - applauded. Mr Cameron also used his final appearance at Prime Minister's Questions to dismiss suggestions he will look to take over as Top Gear host or England manager, joking they "sound even harder" than being PM.

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  • Full Transcript of President Obama's Dallas Remarks
Full Transcript of President Obama's Dallas Remarks

We must reject such despair. "They were upholding the constitutional rights of this country", he said . "These men and this department did their jobs like the professionals that they were". Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) did the same when he traveled with Obama to Orlando to pay respects to those killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting. The shooter, Mi...

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  • Former 49er Hayne misses out on Fiji sevens selection
Former 49er Hayne misses out on Fiji sevens selection

The former rugby league and NFL player was informed last week by Fiji coach Ben Ryan. 'As much as I would have loved to go to Rio, I too knew I wasn't ready yet , ' Hayne said. "I think everyone would like to see him back", Gallen said. " I've loved every minute of training with the Fiji Rugby 7's ". He expressed his enjoyment at having been...

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  • Pawn shop burglary linked to 'threat' against Baton Rouge police
Pawn shop burglary linked to 'threat' against Baton Rouge police

A viewing is scheduled from 8 a.m.to 10:30 a.m., with the service to follow at 11 a.m. Surveillance video showed the suspects using a ladder to climb to the roof to break into the building, police said . However, he also said that no other threats have been determined to be viable. The first suspect was caught after a pawn shop burglary over...

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  • United Nations calls for unhindered humanitarian access in Juba
United Nations calls for unhindered humanitarian access in Juba

The move has been blocked by member states before, and experts are deeply sceptical it can work. In another apparent parallel with 2013, Uganda said it was sending troops to South Sudan but this time they would only help evacuate Ugandans, Uganda government spokesman Ofwono Opondo said.

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  • Pamplona 2016: Annual 'Running With The Bulls' Festival
Pamplona 2016: Annual 'Running With The Bulls' Festival

Two Spanish men were in a serious condition after being gored during the fourth day of the running of the bulls at Pamplona's San Fermin festival. Many runners and several of the bulls slipped and fell during the crazed dash though the city's narrow cobblestone streets to the bullring.

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  • Canadian man gored in Pamplona's running of the bulls
Canadian man gored in Pamplona's running of the bulls

The local hospital declined to comment on the Japanese man's condition, although the local Red Cross said he had been taken there in an ambulance. The regional government said one American, 55 and identified by the initials P.G.O. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the lat...

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  • Never-used water cannon bought by Boris Johnson to be sold
Never-used water cannon bought by Boris Johnson to be sold

In a speech Friday, Osborne said the referendum result is "likely to lead to a significant negative shock for the British economy". Although rumours had already begun to spread that he may not stand, the assembled press - and, it seems, the Conservative MPs in attendance - thought they were about to hear Mr Johnson announce his candidacy.

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  • BBB warns of the dangers of 'catching 'em all' in Pokemon Go
BBB warns of the dangers of 'catching 'em all' in Pokemon Go

None of this is to say that numerous stories bubbling up amidst the Pokemon Go chaos aren't incredibly interesting. "We recently discovered that the Pokémon GO account creation process on iOS erroneously requests full access permission for the user's Google account".

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  • Italy train crash probe examining antiquated train control
Italy train crash probe examining antiquated train control

The investigation into the violent head-on train crash in southern Italy that killed almost two dozen people is focusing in particular on the antiquated telephone alert system used to advise station masters of trains running on the single track.

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  • US, EU reach new data privacy agreement
US, EU reach new data privacy agreement

They call the deal still highly deficient in terms of protection from United States government access to data, as well as safeguards from bulk data collection . The agreement also provides for an annual joint review mechanism to monitor the functioning of the agreement. "We support the new Privacy Shield framework and hope to be among the fi...

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  • Cameron chairs his final cabinet meeting
Cameron chairs his final cabinet meeting

Is May planning to handle the Brexit process herself? Cameron will step aside on Wednesday after losing the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union. Mr Cameron will chair a farewell meeting of Cabinet ministers on Tuesday. Stock markets traded within sight of their highest levels this year on Wednesday as the prospect of stimulative eco...

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  • South Korea reveals location of THAAD missile defense system
South Korea reveals location of THAAD missile defense system

South Korea's defence ministry said it will announce later on Wednesday the location of a USA military THAAD anti-missile defence unit, a planned deployment that has angered China and prompted North Korea to threaten retaliation. THAAD provides the ballistic missile defense system with a globally transportable, rapidly deployable capabilit...

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  • Black Lives Matter protesters march on Greenwood in Tulsa
Black Lives Matter protesters march on Greenwood in Tulsa

Blame and finger-pointing consume the media. The violence seen in these latest events have painted a clear picture of race relations in the United States. "We want to work with them to ensure they are safe and have the ability to protest in a safe area", Hutchinson said. It is utterly disgusting that innocent officers had to pay the price for a...

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  • GOP 'dump Trump' rebels mobilize ahead of the convention
GOP 'dump Trump' rebels mobilize ahead of the convention

Trump strongholds, like Diane Schindlbeck, a Trump delegate, said the real estate mogul's decisive primary victories speak for themselves. "He is writing a blank check to huge hospital corporations to profit off the suffering of veterans ", Mr.

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  • Bangladesh bans Peace channel over attack controversy
Bangladesh bans Peace channel over attack controversy

It also warned cable operators that action will be taken for transmitting the channel. The activities of Naik's Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation are also under the scanner of Indian Home Ministry amid allegations that funds from overseas received by it have been spent on political activities and inspiring people towards radical views.

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  • Pence introduces Trump at rally that doubles for VP audition
Pence introduces Trump at rally that doubles for VP audition

The presumptive GOP nominee is campaigning with Pence on Tuesday night. Not many would, especially those who support Trump for president as he has said all along he wants to fix what's wrong with this nation and those shining stars have been part of the Washington elite for quite some time.

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  • Hill drops out of Senate race; Bayh may enter
Hill drops out of Senate race; Bayh may enter

Senate. The source spoke on condition of anonymity because they will not be released publicly until later Monday. While Nation said he hasn't seen any recent polling data, "From what I hear from other statewide candidates, he continues to be the gold standard among political personalities in the state".

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  • South Sudan clashes: President Kiir calls for ceasefire
South Sudan clashes: President Kiir calls for ceasefire

The global community played a major role in the creation of South Sudan and has tried to exercise some influence since independence in 2011. As we reported over the weekend , clashes between forces loyal to Kiir and Machar have reportedly killed more than 150 people since they started midweek.

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  • Dallas police chief: gunman was planning larger attacks
Dallas police chief: gunman was planning larger attacks

During a long standoff with police, Johnson told negotiators that he was upset over recent police-involved shootings of blacks and wanted to kill white people, especially white police officers. Police took them out of the building on Friday morning. "I approved it", Brown said. Protester Timothy Maymon suggests police should be retrained to sho...

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