• Nice attack: Hero halts killer's rampage by jumping into the truck
Nice attack: Hero halts killer's rampage by jumping into the truck

Neighbours in the residential neighbourhood in northern Nice where Bouhlel lived said he had a tense personality and did not mingle with others. The 84 dead included 10 children and teenagers, Mr. Molins said. Bouhlel's identity as the killer has not yet been confirmed by French police, but two senior French officials have corroborated that...

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  • Obama orders troops to South Sudan as civil war continues
Obama orders troops to South Sudan as civil war continues

Both aircrafts r reaching Delhi via Thiruvananthapuram. Swaraj thanked Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar for the support towards the endeavour and also extended her best wishes to the Indian Air Force (IAF) who will be carrying out the operation.

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  • Baghdad Bombings: At Least 12 Dead
Baghdad Bombings: At Least 12 Dead

Hadi Mizban/AP Phouo People light candles at the scene of a massive suicide truck bomb attack in Karada, Iraq, July 9, 2016. IS was behind two large-scale attacks last week that killed around 300 people. Wednesday's bombings came on the eve of a military parade in Baghdad planned for Thursday to mark the anniversary of the 1958 overthrow of a Hashe...

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  • French investigators still to determine Nice attacker's militant links
French investigators still to determine Nice attacker's militant links

The musician was already in the city on the day that the tragedy occurred, but her representatives have officially confirmed her safety. Witnesses said a truck drove at speed into a crowd for two kilometres (1.3 miles) after around 30,000 people had been watching a fireworks display on France's national day.

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  • Pokemon GO Now Officially Available in UK
Pokemon GO Now Officially Available in UK

Pokemon Go launched on July 5 in the United States and has since been released in several other countries. " Pokemon Go " is a joint venture of the Pokemon Company, which is 40%-owned by Nintendo ( NTDOY ), and Niantic , a spinout from Alphabet (GOOGL).

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  • Five Things About Theresa May We Bet You Did Not Know
Five Things About Theresa May We Bet You Did Not Know

Known for being a tough nut to crack, May is the second female leader of United Kingdom after Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher. This follows the Brexit vote that led David Cameron announce his resignation, after the country voted to leave the European Union.

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  • McCully to attend Asia-Europe Meeting
McCully to attend Asia-Europe Meeting

The capital city of Mongolia Ulaanbaatar hosts the XI ASEM Summit - a meeting of heads of states and governments of Asia and Europe. The summit talks are aimed at consolidating three ASEM cooperation levels: "securing world's peace and stability; economic growth; increasing contacts between Asian and European societies", reads the stateme...

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  • South China Sea ruling to test ASEAN unity
South China Sea ruling to test ASEAN unity

China said on Monday that the maritime dispute should not be included on the Asem agenda, with assistant foreign minister Kong Xuanyou insisting the meeting was "not an appropriate venue" to discuss the issue. Southeast Asia will not issue a statement on the rejection of Chinese territorial claims in the South China Sea by an worldwide tribunal, ...

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  • Egypt's foreign minister takes off to Israel to resuscitate peace process
Egypt's foreign minister takes off to Israel to resuscitate peace process

Israel in recent weeks has also mended its ties with Turkey after more than six years of animosity, a move that cleared the way for renewed cooperation between the USA allies and an easing of Israel's blockade of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.

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  • Bastille Day Attack: American Boy Among the Dead in France, Suspect Identified
Bastille Day Attack: American Boy Among the Dead in France, Suspect Identified

The van struck crowds that had gathered on the famous Promenade des Anglais to watch the annual fireworks display. "There was carnage on the road", a witness told the AP ". The driver has been identified as a 31-year-old man of Franco-Tunisian origin, from identity papers found inside the lorry. Our colleagues at The Atlantic remind us t...

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  • Google doodle celebrates NASA's Juno probe reaching Jupiter orbit
Google doodle celebrates NASA's Juno probe reaching Jupiter orbit

Juno is the first spacecraft to ever come this close to Jupiter , and that comes with a lot of hazards. But Juno should be able to withstand the harsh conditions because it's "built like an armoured tank", he said. The video also shows that Callisto, the outermost of the moons, is dimmer than the others, Bolton said. We are looking great. Aft...

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  • Pence is vice president pick
Pence is vice president pick

Pence continually dodged the question Wednesday when asked repeatedly about whether he supported Trump's plan to build a wall along the southern boarder, offering only that "I think it's absolutely essential that we have border security and I strongly supported that throughout my career".

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  • Democrats will meet in a city of great economic inequality
Democrats will meet in a city of great economic inequality

Baggage handlers, airport security workers, wheelchair attendants and aircraft cleaners at Philadelphia International Airport have voted to strike during the convention. The Philadelphia convention host committee declined to comment to Philly.com and other news outlets. " Fifteen dollars an hour is a plank in the DNC ", Morgan said .

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  • Nice Airport Evacuated Due To Abandoned Baggage, Official Says
Nice Airport Evacuated Due To Abandoned Baggage, Official Says

Nice Côte d'Azur Airport is an worldwide airport located 3.2 NM southwest of Nice, France. France witnessed a deadly strike after a suspected ISIS terrorist ploughed with his truck through a crowd of thousands enjoying Bastille Day celebration in this French city mowing down at least 84 people, injuring some 150 - 18 critically, and numbing Franc...

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  • Both sides blamed for civilian deaths as Syria's Eid ceasefire collapses
Both sides blamed for civilian deaths as Syria's Eid ceasefire collapses

It has now been broken up into rebel and government-held sectors. Its capture would be a strategic prize for the Damascus government, which controls the major population centers in western Syria, apart from rebel-held areas of Aleppo , and the city of Idlib.

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  • Trump announces Pence as his VP, passing over Christie
Trump announces Pence as his VP, passing over Christie

The convention's rules committee is dominated by Trump backers, as well as national and state GOP officials. The Republican National Committee expects the convention to draw 50,000 people to Cleveland and USA authorities were preparing for the possibility of violence - whether from demonstrators or planned attacks.

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  • Nigel Farage stands down as UKIP leader
Nigel Farage stands down as UKIP leader

Whilst we will now leave the European Union the terms of our withdrawal are unclear. 'And so I feel it's right that I should now stand aside as leader of UKIP'. 'During the referendum campaign I said I want my country back. This is the second time Farage, 52, is resigning as the leader of the party. Former Rochester and Strood MP Mark Reckles...

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  • Britain's Johnson to meet European Union foreign policy chief on Sunday
Britain's Johnson to meet European Union foreign policy chief on Sunday

And those are Britain's allies talking. He was seen as an effective cheerleader for London during his stint as mayor, a tenure that included the successful 2012 Summer Olympics. "Some said it was a symbol of the part-Kenyan president's ancestral dislike of the British empire - of which Churchill had been such a fervent defender".

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  • China Rejects Tribunal Ruling, Vows to Defend South China Sea Claims
China Rejects Tribunal Ruling, Vows to Defend South China Sea Claims

China said on Thursday it had issued a formal protest after Australia announced it would continue to exercise its right to freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea following a court ruling against China's claims. A UN-backed tribunal ruled on Tuesday that there was no legal basis to China's claims in the South China Sea. Mr Dut...

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  • Iraqis defy warnings to launch mass protests against Baghdad government
Iraqis defy warnings to launch mass protests against Baghdad government

In April, protesting supporters of Sadr broke down the concrete barriers of the fortified Green Zone, which houses the Iraqi government buildings and foreign diplomatic missions, and stormed the parliament building. Sadr visited Tahrir Square briefly on Wednesday wearing military fatigues instead of his usual clerical robe and turban, raising fears...

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