• Saudi Arabia Arrests 19 Pakistani, Saudi Suspects In July 4 Attacks
Saudi Arabia Arrests 19 Pakistani, Saudi Suspects In July 4 Attacks

He prayed for eternal peace of the killed people and early recovery of those injured. Saudi Arabia's crown prince and anti-terror tsar, Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdul-Aziz, sought on Tuesday to reassure Saudis of the country's security. The suicide bombing outside the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia, on Monday night came as thousands o...

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  • Iraq bombing: Baghdad death toll rises to 250
Iraq bombing: Baghdad death toll rises to 250

Police say there are still people missing and that the death toll could rise further. DNA samples have been collected from 150 families to identify the bodies charred beyond recognition, Hamoud told al-Iraqiya state TV. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced efforts to address longstanding security flaws in Baghdad following the blast, which ...

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  • INTERNATIONAL: Netanyahu denies reports of assassination attempt in Kenya
INTERNATIONAL: Netanyahu denies reports of assassination attempt in Kenya

Earlier this week, Netanyahu did note and apologize for the massive amount of traffic his visit caused in the Kenyan capital, however. And this is something that Kenya will continue to push, to see how Israel can regain her observer position at the African Union and I believe that this is not just good for Kenya.

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  • Duterte optimistic of favorable sea ruling
Duterte optimistic of favorable sea ruling

It said arbitration was detrimental to the interests of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, which groups 10 member states, including the Philippines. Aquino had refused to hold direct talks with China on the issue, pointing to Beijing's insistence that its claims were indisputable and thus there was nothing to negotiate.

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  • Conservatives seek new head as pound sinks
Conservatives seek new head as pound sinks

The U.K. commercial real estate market took a hit on Tuesday, as M&G Investments joined Aviva and Standard Life in announcing a temporary halt of trading in shares of its open-ended property fund. But it will take time for the Conservative Party to elect a new leader. "There's no reason not to buy bonds now", she said. Markets look next to Fr...

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  • Super typhoon Nepartak makes landfall in Taiwan, thousands evacuated
Super typhoon Nepartak makes landfall in Taiwan, thousands evacuated

Super Typhoon Nepartak lashed Taiwan with powerful winds and torrential rain as it made landfall Friday, injuring dozens and forcing more than 15,000 to evacuate their homes as the island cancelled hundreds of flights and shut offices and schools.

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  • Prince George has just made his first official United Kingdom engagement
Prince George has just made his first official United Kingdom engagement

Taking full advantage of their royal status, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed up at the Fairford Royal International Air Tatoo in Fairford, England on Friday (July 8). George was given a blue piggy bank, part of a souvenir range for the anniversary, by Cadet Flight Sergeant Eleanor Horton, 19, of 125 (Cheltenham) Squadron Air Training Cor...

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  • Aviva suspends trading in £1.8bn property fund after Brexit
Aviva suspends trading in £1.8bn property fund after Brexit

They join rival funds managed by M&G Investments, Aviva Investors and Standard Life Investments , which stopped trading on Monday and Tuesday. The £2.9-billion ($3.84 billion) United Kingdom real estate fund with investments in commercial properties - including offices, warehouses and shopping centres suspended trading at midday yesterday.

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  • 20 killed in Bangladesh hostage bloodbath
20 killed in Bangladesh hostage bloodbath

People pay their respects to the victims of the Dhaka care attack in Bangladesh. The cafe is popular with tourists and expats and is situated in the affluent diplomatic quarters of Dhaka near several worldwide embassies. And they targeted not a bar or a club - the kinds of venues fundamentalist Muslims rail against - but a bakery in the city'...

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  • Tony Blair says world is better as a result of Iraq War
Tony Blair says world is better as a result of Iraq War

There was no imminent threat from the Iraqi leader and with a majority of the United Nations Security Council supporting UN inspections and monitoring, Mr. British Prime Minister Tony Blair pledged unconditional support for the president in his now notorious private note to Bush in July 2002, eight months before the invasion: "I will be with you,...

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  • Modi visit will cement India-SA ties: South Africa FM
Modi visit will cement India-SA ties: South Africa FM

The Prime Minister also mentioned the 20,000 Mozambican citizens of Indian origin and described them as "a living bridge between our economies and our societies". Referring to the agriculture sector, he said India is committed to buy pulses from Mozambique, regarding which a "long-term agreement" was signed on the occasion.

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  • Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel remembered at private service
Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel remembered at private service

Army via AP, File). Among the attendees was Abraham Foxman, former national director of the Anti-Defamation League. People embrace outside the Fifth Avenue Synagogue during the funeral for Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel in NY on July 3, 2016.

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  • Date set for Oscar Pistorius' sentencing
Date set for Oscar Pistorius' sentencing

Oscar Pistorius removed his prosthetic legs and walked around on his stumps in the front of a South African court in a faded Nike T-shirt as his defense attorney urged the judge not to impose a prison sentence for murdering his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

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  • Good luck in the casino
Good luck in the casino

Still if we are going to play on money, it is better to keep all the amulets and believe in all superstitions that we can. And if you don’t want to show your rituals in front of the big auditory, you better find the best online casino sites .

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  • Stanford Women's Swim Team Thought Brock Turner Was 'Very, Very Odd'
Stanford Women's Swim Team Thought Brock Turner Was 'Very, Very Odd'

Judge Aaron Persky has been barred from hearing a new sex assault case following a public outcry for his sentencing of former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner to just six months in jail for rape. Community members outraged by Turner's sentencing could soon have another way to express their displeasure. "I knew how out of it you were, and...

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  • Parents Of Boy Killed By Alligator At Disney Resort Break Their Silence
Parents Of Boy Killed By Alligator At Disney Resort Break Their Silence

Meanwhile, people across the nation and in Orlando are lifting the parents of 2-year-old Lane Graves up in prayer. Jacquee Wahler, vice president, at the Walt Disney World Resort, released a statement Friday. In Florida, a state with an estimated 1.3 million alligators, sightings are common but attacks are rare. Kim Aho said their son was...

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  • Do You Have What It Takes For E-commerce Success?
Do You Have What It Takes For E-commerce Success?

There are a number of factors that you need to put into consideration in order to succeed in this competitive online business. Having ecommerce blogs is not enough. Testimonials help readers to learn about the experience of other customers who used the product. This makes them to make the best purchase. Focus on the customer Ecommerce website s...

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  • EgyptAir crash black box 'found', French officials claim
EgyptAir crash black box 'found', French officials claim

The signals were definitely from a black box, Barthe said . So far only a relatively small amount of debris has been recovered from the missing EgyptAir flight which crashed killing all 66 people on board. Last week a lead investigator in the search said airplane manufacturer Airbus had detected signals from the plane's Emergency Locator Trans...

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  • Smart TV is a good platform for real money games on a big screen
Smart TV is a good platform for real money games on a big screen

Obviously, Smart TV sets are not going to be portable in the manner of smartphones, which does represent a step backwards for some people. However, many people don't like to play casino games outside of their own homes anyway for reasons of technical security or emotional security, so losing this potential benefit with Smart TV screens is not going...

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  • Gang-rape images posted on Twitter shock Brazil as investigation continues
Gang-rape images posted on Twitter shock Brazil as investigation continues

Although different accounts of the incident have also been reported. On Tuesday she was alerted about the video, where she is naked and unconscious, circulating online, according to the statement. "It's not my uterus that hurts, it's my soul, because there are such cruel people who are not punished", she wrote in Portuguese. The hashtag #Estupro...

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