• Trump Campaign Picks 'Non-Conventional' Speakers For The Republican Convention
Trump Campaign Picks 'Non-Conventional' Speakers For The Republican Convention

Those who attend the convention will not be allowed to carry firearms. FBI Director James Comey says anytime there is a large, national event there is concern that radical people and groups may be drawn to it. "Chains, whips, muzzles and tasers", Steve Duprey, an RNC member from New Hampshire, joked about how top Republicans have tried to ca...

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  • China threatens to resort to ADIZ after maritime ruling
China threatens to resort to ADIZ after maritime ruling

While this doesn't resolve broader maritime claims disputes in the South China Sea , it is a step forward to establishing a precedent for future dispute resolution. Meanwhile, the United States has been carrying out maneuvers near China's artificial islands, claiming that they are being conducted in the interest of "freedom of navigation".

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  • Voters fear both candidates
Voters fear both candidates

In recent polling, Clinton leads head-to-head match-ups against Trump , with the Democrat holding 44 percent support compared to 40.9 for the NY businessman, according to averages compiled by RealClear Politics . So much so that notable numbers of Americans even hold negative views about the candidate they want to win: 14 percent of both Trump...

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  • Dozens killed when truck plows into crowd in France
Dozens killed when truck plows into crowd in France

A man sits next to a body seen on the ground after at least 70 people were killed in Nice, France , when a truck ran into a crowd celebrating the Bastille Day national holiday. USA government agencies have received constant reports of Daesh threats to attack France and those threats are regarded as current, a US security official said.

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  • Labour leadership contender says Britain should vote again on Brexit
Labour leadership contender says Britain should vote again on Brexit

The victor of the contest, which will formally get underway with an announcement of the timetable on Thursday, is expected to be crowned in September. He vowed to strengthen his party and defeat the Conservative government. "I will be Labour 'til the day I die and I will stick with my Labour Party throughout".

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  • British Labour lawmaker Owen Smith is second person to challenge leader Corbyn
British Labour lawmaker Owen Smith is second person to challenge leader Corbyn

Owen Smith is to challenge for the Labour leadership. The decision made at Labour's National Executive Committee on Tuesday means more than 100,000 people who have joined the party since then will not be sent ballot papers. But when asked about last night's secret vote by the Telegraph, the councillor for Holbrook said: "I never discuss privat...

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  • Former Henley MP Boris Johnson appointed foreign secretary PLUS who's in & out
Former Henley MP Boris Johnson appointed foreign secretary PLUS who's in & out

Perhaps one of the shocking appointments was that of former London Mayor, Boris Johnson . Liam Fox was appointed the International Trade Secretary, David Davis the new Brexit Secretary, Philip Hammond was promoted from the position of Foreign Secretary to Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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  • Northern Ireland 'strengthened by David Cameron era' - says David Cameron
Northern Ireland 'strengthened by David Cameron era' - says David Cameron

Flanked by wife Samantha and children Nancy, Elwen and Florence outside the famous black door, Mr Cameron said that he believed he was leaving the country "much stronger" and the economy "immeasurably stronger" after his six years in office.

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  • May removes rivals as she names new Cabinet
May removes rivals as she names new Cabinet

Leading Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson said he was "humbled" having been named new foreign secretary, in one of Mrs May's first cabinet appointments. "We're delighted by the appointment of Karen Bradley as the new DCMS Secretary at such an important time for the creative industries", Lotinga said.

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  • US to offer Russia anti-terror pact in Syria
US to offer Russia anti-terror pact in Syria

These same officials think that as soon as al-Qaida, which mixes fluidly with rebels groups, is destroyed, Russian Federation will drop any promises to leave rebels alone to continue their fight against Assad. allies. And a dissent cable signed by 51 State Department officials last month showed a sizeable part of America's diplomatic establishmen...

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  • Sources claim Donald Trump set on picking Mike Pence as VP
Sources claim Donald Trump set on picking Mike Pence as VP

Mike Pence, R. Pence was among the safer choices on Trump's short list, in part because there were few options more different than Trump himself". Come to think of it, Pence kind of looks like Trump's former advisor Roger Stone . Trump's political views on a range of issues, from worldwide trade to abortion rights, have morphed from a liberal stan...

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  • Police forces across Canada warn of risks involved with playing Pokemon Go
Police forces across Canada warn of risks involved with playing Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO is a great game to play and kill time, but lacks some of the features that are present in the mainstream games and the TV series. To sign out, hit your red and white Poke-ball, tap the settings cog in the top right corner, scroll to the bottom of the following screen and choose "Sign Out".

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  • David Cameron resigns as British prime minister
David Cameron resigns as British prime minister

Three weeks after the shock vote for "Brexit", May's government faces the complex task of extricating Britain from the 28-nation European Union while trying to protect the economy from feared disruption to confidence, trade and investment. Then the newly elected Conservative opposition leader, he taunted embattled Labour prime minister Tony Blair: ...

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  • Clinton refutes Federal Bureau of Investigation charge about emails
Clinton refutes Federal Bureau of Investigation charge about emails

Those were two shocking takeaways from the emergency session of Congress yesterday. Under oath, Clinton testified last October that she never sent or received emails marked as classified when she served as secretary of state. To criminally charge Clinton based on the facts his agency's yearlong probe had found would have been unwarranted and me...

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  • Theresa May appointed as Britain's second female PM
Theresa May appointed as Britain's second female PM

Boris Johnson, the former London mayor and "Leave" campaign figurehead in Britain's European Union referendum, was appointed foreign secretary in new Prime Minister Theresa May's government. "As our new Prime Minister you must practice what you preach and test your authority and right to rule at the ballot box", the petition says. "The full t...

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  • US To Team Up With Russia To Fight ISIS In Syria
US To Team Up With Russia To Fight ISIS In Syria

As Moscow prepared for the arrival of USA secretary of state John Kerry for talks with Vladimir Putin on how to revive peace efforts in Syria, president Assad insisted that neither the Russian president nor the foreign minister had ever raised the issue of his departure from office or a political transition of power.

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  • US, Russia Working On A Plan To Coordinate Bombing In Syria
US, Russia Working On A Plan To Coordinate Bombing In Syria

The arrangement has troubled Defense Secretary Ash Carter, who has largely opposed the proposal , and defense sources have raised questions about the benefits that would accrue to Russian Federation under the deal and whether Moscow would keep its commitments.

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  • Mickelson leads Open after stunning 63
Mickelson leads Open after stunning 63

I saw the ball rolling right in the center. "The next three days are going to be hard, so I've got a lot of work to do", Day said after managing just two birdies and slumping to be tied 94th in the 156-man field at Royal Troon. "It was good stuff", Els said . "I just feel for him. Incredible it didn't go in". His caddie, Jim "Bones" Mackay, to...

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  • United States to Send 560 More Troops to Iraq
United States to Send 560 More Troops to Iraq

Some US and allied military and intelligence officials warn that, aside from its elite counter terrorism force, the Iraqi military is not ready to take on DAESH militants in Mosul without significant assistance from the Kurdish peshmerga and Shiite militias.

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  • May names six as cabinet members
May names six as cabinet members

Indian-origin employment minister, Priti Patel, can expect a promotion from a junior ministerial role under David Cameron, who had given her the special distinction of being able to attend Cabinet meetings and also appointed as his Indian Diaspora Champion.

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