• US sends troops to South Sudan to protect Americans
US sends troops to South Sudan to protect Americans

Africa Command. Kiir and Machar have wrangled for months over implementing a peace deal the pair signed in August to end a brutal civil war, which broke out in December 2013 after Kiir sacked Machar. The UN estimated that 36,000 South Sudanese civilians had fled their homes. In Jebel neighbourhood, where the army reportedly attacked Machar's ...

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  • Turnbull to Promote Abbott's Ally Dutton, the Australian Reports
Turnbull to Promote Abbott's Ally Dutton, the Australian Reports

Bill Shorten, who leads the center-left Labor Party, said on Wednesday that if Turnbull clung to power, he would still have to deal with the most conservative lawmakers in his party who are angry that Turnbull, a moderate, had ousted his predecessor Tony Abbott in an internal leadership ballot less than a year ago.

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  • Trump ahead in Florida
Trump ahead in Florida

Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac Poll , said in a statement . James Comey, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said last week that Clinton and her staff were "extremely careless" with sensitive information but recommended that the government not seek criminal charges against her.

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  • Bernie Sanders' Endorsement Of Hillary Clinton Leaves The Internet Feeling Conflicted
Bernie Sanders' Endorsement Of Hillary Clinton Leaves The Internet Feeling Conflicted

The about-face by Sanders, who called Clinton "one of the most intelligent people" he has ever met, comes months after he called Clinton unqualified to be president - a statement he walked back some. Elizabeth Warren, a liberal stalwart popular with Sanders' followers. Sanders has spent the past month seeking to influence the party's platform for...

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  • Using a robot's bomb to kill: Dallas police set a USA precedent
Using a robot's bomb to kill: Dallas police set a USA precedent

The message was hard to read, Brown said, but investigators could make out the initials R.B. They don't know what those letters mean, but authorities have found clues - supplies for making bombs and a journal at the shooter's home - that hint at a larger plot against the police.

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  • Three days in July: Where do we go from here?
Three days in July: Where do we go from here?

Protesters from Black Lives Matter and a group of counter-demonstrators came together July 10 following separate earlier protests in Dallas. They are 2.5 times as likely as white Americans to be shot and killed by police officers. "I do think all lives matter". Ty Hardaway, another Black Lives Matter protester, explained how he hoped th...

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  • Trump To Announce VP Pick Friday
Trump To Announce VP Pick Friday

In this July 7, 2016, photo, Sen. ABC News reports Trump and his family met Gingrich in Indiana Wednesday and that Sessions headed there for a similar meeting the same day. Donald Trump is putting his finalists for the vice presidential nod through one more test: winning the approval of his family. Trump has spent weeks consulting with friends ...

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  • Philando Castile Shooting Had 'Nothing to Do With Race,' Officer's Attorney Says
Philando Castile Shooting Had 'Nothing to Do With Race,' Officer's Attorney Says

The NRA has finally broken its silence since the recent fatal shootings of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana. Beyoncé is adding her voice to the chorus of people speaking out against the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile .

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  • China to US: Tribunal on disputed sea a 'farce'
China to US: Tribunal on disputed sea a 'farce'

China's foreign minister spoke with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry by telephone on Wednesday ahead of a key global court ruling on China's South China Sea claims and warned Washington against moves that infringe on China's sovereignty, Beijing's official Xinhua news agency reported .

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  • No word if Aussies in Italy train crash
No word if Aussies in Italy train crash

Rescue operators also warned that the toll could climb higher as some of the 50 injured were in serious condition. After visiting the crash site between the towns of Andria and Corato, Premier Matteo Renzi declared it an "absurd" tragedy and vowed to investigate fully.

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  • Cameron bows out with jokes, May to take over as British PM
Cameron bows out with jokes, May to take over as British PM

She will be Britain's second female prime minister, after Margaret Thatcher, also a Tory. Her other daunting challenges include keeping pro-EU Scotland from bidding for independence in order to stay in the 28-nation bloc, and weaving new global trade and diplomatic alliances to prepare for a post-Brexit future.

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  • Amid heightened VP speculation, Trump meets with Pence
Amid heightened VP speculation, Trump meets with Pence

Pence said people have to elect Trump because he is a good man. Ted Cruz in the Republican primary - praised Trump. He also drew fire past year for signing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which critics said could allow businesses to refuse to serve gay and lesbian patrons.

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  • Legendary Pakistan social worker Edhi dies at 88
Legendary Pakistan social worker Edhi dies at 88

Edhi himself oversaw their funeral. The messiah of humanity is no more with us but we as a nation must strive to keep his dream alive. He said that Edhi was always ready to help needy people not only in Pakistan but also out of the country.

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  • First Look At Pennywise From Stephen King's IT Remake
First Look At Pennywise From Stephen King's IT Remake

Take a look at the photo below and let us know what you think. Played by Bill Skarsgard, this is evil personified and a really good debut of the character to the public. It opens in theaters on September 8, 2017 . Should Warner Bros.' plan take into effect - one that will largely hinge on the reception of It come 2017 - Muschietti's adaptation...

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  • Dimitri Payet offers his take on the challenge that injured Cristiano Ronaldo
Dimitri Payet offers his take on the challenge that injured Cristiano Ronaldo

Former France global Frank Leboeuf thinks "someone like Pepe" should have won the Euro 2016 best player award over Antoine Griezmann. They've always believed what I told them: That we could win this. Then again, after his knee injury he could still have been in pain. Dermot Corrigan is a Madrid-based football writer who covers La Liga and t...

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  • Celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with these wallpapers and images
Celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with these wallpapers and images

Fasting is viewed as a time to exercise self-control, and as a cleanse for the mind, body and spirit. Many Muslims liken the fasting to a spiritual detox, a way to bring themselves closer to God. "We also urge the nation to shun any acts of violence, intolerance and impunity that has the tendency to disturb the peace and tranquility of the nation...

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  • Embattled Nepali PM expected to face no-confidence motion
Embattled Nepali PM expected to face no-confidence motion

The main Maoist party accuses Oli of reneging on past promises and is expected to formally lodge a motion of no-confidence in the prime minister on Wednesday. If that were to happen, Oli's fate would depend on the support of a number of smaller parties. Prachanda said the party decision has been conveyed to President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Prime M...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Britain's New Prime Minister
Everything You Need to Know About Britain's New Prime Minister

For awhile, the hashtag #TeresaMay was trending on Twitter, as people mistakenly congratulated the porn actress on her namesake's appointment. Theresa May is going to be the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. And she is not even a politician, but a porn star. Both times from the Conservative Party. After taking part in his last week...

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  • Chance the Rapper to pay tribute to Muhammad Ali
Chance the Rapper to pay tribute to Muhammad Ali

The 2016 ESPYS will recognize both sport-specific achievements, such as "Best MLB Player" and "Best WNBA Player", and best-in-sport winners, such as "Best Team" or " Best Female Athlete " that pit nominees from different sports against each other.

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  • Nigel Farage endorses Andrea Leadsom to be next Prime Minister
Nigel Farage endorses Andrea Leadsom to be next Prime Minister

The victor will be announced on September 9. The Home Secretary is still the overwhelming favourite to enter Downing Street, but the next Tory leader and premier will be chosen by around 130,000 grassroots party members. Leadsom says she would push the article 50 button as soon as she becomes prime minister. Now in the lead is Britain's current...

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