• Trump, Clinton cancel campaigns after shooting
Trump, Clinton cancel campaigns after shooting

And refuted assertion by FBI Director James Comey that she was "extremely careless" with classified information. There is "something wrong with our country", she said. "All of us need to acknowledge that this is about more than just one or two recent incidents", Sen. Clinton tweets: "I mourn for the officers shot while doing their sacred duty to ...

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  • EU Parliament President Martin Schulz criticizes Britain's Theresa May
EU Parliament President Martin Schulz criticizes Britain's Theresa May

Earlier, Cameron led his final session of Prime Minister's Questions at Westminster, where he told the House: "I was the future once". He also posted a picture of a contented looking Larry, enjoying a prime seat in his Number 10 home. She is expected to quickly unveil a new Cabinet lineup, including a minister in charge of implementing the British ...

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  • Boris booed off the stage during first speech as Foreign Secretary
Boris booed off the stage during first speech as Foreign Secretary

Johnson seems to understand the difference between being the British foreign secretary and a foreign affairs columnist. He also dismissed comments by French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault that he had "lied a lot" during the Brexit campaign.

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  • Nice attack: What we know
Nice attack: What we know

He is said to have pulled a gun from the cab as part of the premeditated attack before being shot dead by police, with people fleeing into the sea in a bid to escape. He said: "Securing the borders would have been some kind of solution in relation to the Paris attacks, where the attackers came from Belgium, but we will have to see in this particu...

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  • Trump announces Pence as his running mate
Trump announces Pence as his running mate

In a summer of political and racial tumult, young Americans are in a dour mood:. "I think they had enough reality TV on the ticket", he said, "and they needed somebody who had done the job of governing". But they also hope to sidestep questions about disagreements between them-most notably on Trump's call to temporarily ban Muslim immigration-rat...

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  • 'Stay strong' World stands with Nice after Bastille Day terror attack
'Stay strong' World stands with Nice after Bastille Day terror attack

A German freelance journalist who witnessed the attack said he saw a man on a motorbike chase the truck. Bouhlel's ex-wife was in police custody, Molins said. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, who traveled to the scene, said police were trying to identify the driver. Unlike the November assault in Paris and the twin airport bombings in Bel...

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  • Social media shows support in aftermath of Nice attack
Social media shows support in aftermath of Nice attack

Eyewitnesses said the killer swerved from side to side to kill as many people as possible as he drove for hundreds of metres along the Promenade des Anglais on the seafront of the city in the south of France. France has lived with soldiers in the streets since the November 13 attacks in Paris, and much of the country experienced increased security ...

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  • Mary Boyle search today was planned some time ago
Mary Boyle search today was planned some time ago

Anne told the Donegal Democrat that she didn't support the 'Justice for Mary campaign march organised by Ballyshannon woman Naomi Brady. Officers from the garda investigation team in the Northern Region this morning began a dig in an area near where the six-year-old disappeared in Cashelard near Ballyshannon in 1977.

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  • Labour donor to launch legal challenge against Corbyn leadership ballot
Labour donor to launch legal challenge against Corbyn leadership ballot

The petition reads: "We believe that as this will disqualify up to 20% of the whole Labour party membership (around 100,000 members), and that this is unacceptable and misrepresentational (sic) of the democratic Labour membership will".

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  • Driver said to be of Tunisian background
Driver said to be of Tunisian background

He said the toll from the attack could rise. The married couple of 12 years - who have two daughters together, Leonor, Princess of Asturias Infanta Sofía of Spain - spent time speaking with Saint-Geour about the tragic terror attack which left dozens of people, including 12 children, lying dead on the street.

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  • Europe stunned as Britain's 'jester' Boris becomes FM
Europe stunned as Britain's 'jester' Boris becomes FM

The French foreign minister denounced him as a "liar", while his German counterpart said his decision to play cricket the weekend after the Brexit referendum was "outrageous". It's not just bitter for Great Britain. "People [in the UK] are experiencing a rude awakening after irresponsible politicians first lured the country into Brexit and then...

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  • Owen Smith to challenge Corbyn for Labour leadership
Owen Smith to challenge Corbyn for Labour leadership

Last October Mr Foster heckled Mr Corbyn at the end of his address at a Labour Friends of Israel session at the party conference. "Ideally, we would have one candidate, and the clarity of that one candidate versus Jeremy Corbyn", he said.

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  • Miami's Leyva replaces injured Orozco on Olympic team
Miami's Leyva replaces injured Orozco on Olympic team

Orozco has torn his Achilles tendon twice, which caused him to skip last year's World Championships. Some sad news out of the Olympics today: John Orozco , a young up and coming gymnast slated to appear in the Rio 2016 Olympics, will not make the trip due to an ACL injury.

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  • '28 pages' on Saudi Ties to 9/11 Released by Congress
'28 pages' on Saudi Ties to 9/11 Released by Congress

Victims of the attacks, families and insurers that lost billions at ground zero have sued the Saudi government alleging that government financed charities bankrolled the attackers and that Saudi officials in the US and elsewhere assisted the hijackers.

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  • Turkey coup: Kiwis told to confirm they're safe
Turkey coup: Kiwis told to confirm they're safe

The report said the soldiers had entered the tower and stopped all flights. Anadolu reported that helicopters have opened fire at the national intelligence headquarters in Ankara. If successful, the overthrow of Mr Erdogan, who has ruled Turkey since 2003, would transform one of the most important U.S. allies in the region while war rages on its bo...

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  • Congress releases details of Saudi Arabia's connection to 9/11 in '28-pages'
Congress releases details of Saudi Arabia's connection to 9/11 in '28-pages'

For example, the pages list one individual, Omar al-Bayoumi, as being a potential tie between the Saudis and the hijackers. Intelligence also turned up suggestions that Osama bin Laden's half-brother worked at the Saudi embassy in Washington and was associated with a friend to Egyptian hijack leader Mohammed Atta.

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  • Turkish military appears divided over coup attempt
Turkish military appears divided over coup attempt

Reuters witness hears blast in Istanbul. "I see a parallel", said Aykan Erdemir, a Turkey analyst at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. A North Atlantic Treaty Organisation official at alliance headquarters in Brussels told The Associated Press early Saturday that "we're following events closely", but said he had no other commen...

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  • Devastation and Turmoil in Nice, France, After Bastille Day Truck Attack
Devastation and Turmoil in Nice, France, After Bastille Day Truck Attack

The attack comes following a particularly deadly period in France. Coordinated ISIS-inspired attacks at multiple locations in the heart of Paris killed 147 people in November 2015. US government agencies have received constant reports of Islamic State threats to attack France and those threats are regarded as current, a USA security official said...

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  • Turkey: Military Coup in place - EUR/USD down, USD/JPY up
Turkey: Military Coup in place - EUR/USD down, USD/JPY up

Erdogan was freely elected to the leadership of one of his region's most powerful countries, and Turkey - a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member - has recently repaired its relationship with Israel, the closest American ally in the Middle East.

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  • Turkish military says it 'fully seized control' of country
Turkish military says it 'fully seized control' of country

Dogan News reported that military vehicles blocked two major bridges over the Bosporus in Istanbul. Despite past tensions, Erdogan's government appeared to be working effectively with the military in recent years, coordinating on national security issues and also confronting a perceived anti-government faction said to have infiltrated the police ...

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