• Putin says he hopes US-Russia ties will get back on track
Putin says he hopes US-Russia ties will get back on track

Earlier this year, the US military officials had complained that Russian flyers behaved in "unsafe", "unprofessional", and "aggressive" ways close to American ships and airplanes, said The Hill. Obama additionally expressed "concerns over the failure of the Syrian regime to comply with the cessation", stressing calls for Russian Federation to press...

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  • Organizers prep for Black Lives Matter Rally
Organizers prep for Black Lives Matter Rally

Regarding the protesters, he says: "There's always going to be people who are going to try to shine a negative light on Black Lives Matter partly because of the name". Giuliani also says black children face a greater threat from other black children than from police. Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland said his city "set an example for the world" Sund...

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  • Andy Murray: 'Fatherhood has changed my attitude towards life and tennis'
Andy Murray: 'Fatherhood has changed my attitude towards life and tennis'

I keep plugging away. "I want to try and perform well at the Olympics and then the US Open comes just a few weeks after that as well". "I'm happy to report there was no sore head - although maybe a bit of dizziness!" Instead of charging up the stands to hug his nearest and dearest - as he had done in 2013 when he ended Britain's 77-year wai...

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  • Former Romney adviser calls out Pence for Trump flip-flop
Former Romney adviser calls out Pence for Trump flip-flop

But shortly after Pence arrived, Trump abruptly said he was postponing an announcement because of the deadly attack in Nice, France, that left more than 80 people dead. Pence initially endorsed Ted Cruz back in May but backed Trump after the candidate won his home state of Indiana. His selection as vice president would go a long way toward mollifyi...

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  • Assad says Russian Federation never spoke of his departure
Assad says Russian Federation never spoke of his departure

The plan also represents a big change in U.S. -Russia policy. The Syrian president said in an interview released on Thursday that his Russian ally has "never" discussed a political transition with him, despite global support for such a process.

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  • Blair, Bush, Clinton advocate cooperation at forum
Blair, Bush, Clinton advocate cooperation at forum

Once the storm passed, the leaders and graduates went to the Clinton Presidential Center for a dinner. Former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. One of the most important things countries can do to combat extremism is to give help to countries whose populations may be susceptible to it, rather than being isolationist, Blair said.

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  • Australia PM Turnbull's conservatives win tight election
Australia PM Turnbull's conservatives win tight election

The Prime Minister said it was too early to speculate whether the Government would be able to pass the legislation which he used to trigger the double dissolution election - bills to crack down on union corruption and reinstate the construction industry watchdog.

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  • Turkish military 'fully seizes' control of country, government still saying 'attempted' coup
Turkish military 'fully seizes' control of country, government still saying 'attempted' coup

In his TV interview Mr Erdogan said the act was the work of a "parallel state" and "Pensylvania" - a reference to the state where the cleric is based. As the night wore on, momentum turned against the coup plotters. As a helicopter flew over the famed Taksim Square, scene of massive anti-Erdogan protests three years ago, the crowd began to boo, s...

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  • Britain's new PM May gives big role to Johnson in Brexit cabinet
Britain's new PM May gives big role to Johnson in Brexit cabinet

In her first address on the steps of her new Downing Street residence Wednesday May vowed to tackle " burning injustice ". In a carefully orchestrated political ballet, Cameron made his final appearance as prime minister in Parliament, turning the usually raucous prime minister's questions session into a time for praise, thanks, gentle ribbing,...

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  • Decision to ban airing Peace TV
Decision to ban airing Peace TV

Earlier, Muslim religious leaders had also asked the government to put a ban on the shows of Zakir Naik. The warning came amid reports that Peace TV channel owned by controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik is being broadcast by cable operators despite the fact that it has no license in India.

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  • Cleveland too far for Palin to attend convention
Cleveland too far for Palin to attend convention

As Republicans have begun to accept the reality that NY developer Donald Trump is going to officially become the face of their party, NBC's Seth Myers took a look at next week's convention in Cleveland and noted one important detail. Opponents also seemed caught off guard by a decision by Trump supporters to amend party rules with language cl...

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  • #NeverTrump movement died in Cleveland last night
#NeverTrump movement died in Cleveland last night

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump plans to make an announcement on his vice presidential pick before he heads to the party's national convention in Cleveland next week, his campaign manager said today. "They were crushed last night in Cleveland". There's been talk of some Trump foes walking out of the convention if they feel ...

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  • China tells Japan to stop interfering in South China Sea
China tells Japan to stop interfering in South China Sea

The verdict was discussed on Thursday between Li and Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith ahead a regional summit in Mongolia. Binh added that in the statement, Vietnam said it hoped the PCA would interpret and apply UNCLOS's relevant regulations in the Philippines's case to issue a fair and objective ruling.

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  • Nice Death Toll Rises as France Mourns Deadly Truck Attack
Nice Death Toll Rises as France Mourns Deadly Truck Attack

It took less than 30 minutes, and possibly just 15, for a man to carry out an attack that killed at least 84 people, ten of them children, and injured 202 more in the French city of Nice. Here's what we know about the attack so far. The attack has shocked France, with Prime Minister Manuel Valls declaring three days of mourning. Flags will be f...

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  • Arabs warned against wearing formal dress after attacks
Arabs warned against wearing formal dress after attacks

The American Ambassador to the UAE has expressed her regret over the handcuffing of an Emirati man wearing traditional garments in OH over fears he was a terrorist. "This was a very unfortunate incident and does not reflect our community", Jensen's statement read. "They were brutal with me", Mr Menhali told the UAE newspaper The National .

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  • HC order puts paid to 'Kabali' online piracy
HC order puts paid to 'Kabali' online piracy

In an interview to Firstpost, the Theri producer said, "I expect the movie to make more than Rs 500 crore when it releases". The movie will release globally on July 22. Granting the interim relief to the petitioner, Justice Kirubakaran said, "This court would like to point out that the cinema industry has got a reciprocal obligation to the societ...

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  • Phil Mickelson maintains his lead on Day 2 of the British Open
Phil Mickelson maintains his lead on Day 2 of the British Open

Brisk winds will blow through Royal Troon this weekend, hindering players attempts to repeat Phil Mickelson's record-tying round that started the British Open on Thursday. Stenson got to the green in regulation in 16 of 18 holes, which helped contribute to seven birdies on the day. German Kaymer, meanwhile, had five birdies and no dropped shots i...

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  • Nuclear Deal Holding But More Work Needed: Iran Negotiator
Nuclear Deal Holding But More Work Needed: Iran Negotiator

Criticism of the deal has "toned down quite a bit from the period of congressional review last summer", noted Robert Einhorn, a former State Department adviser involved in negotiating the deal. But he also assured Iranians that Iran is "completely ready" and able to restore its nuclear program quickly if other parties violate the deal. For the ...

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  • Donald Trump picks Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate
Donald Trump picks Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate

Trump had originally planned to make his announcement Friday, but called off the formal event in the wake of the deadly truck attack in France. US presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump announced on Friday he had chosen Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate.

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  • Alton Sterling's Teenage Son Pleads for Calm: 'Protest in Peace, Not Guns'
Alton Sterling's Teenage Son Pleads for Calm: 'Protest in Peace, Not Guns'

If he could speak to his father, Cameron said , he would tell him, "I love you so much". Police are on high alert following the assault Thursday evening in Dallas, Texas, where a sniper gunned down five officers following a peaceful protest on police-involved shootings.

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