• Man in custody, police searching for vehicle in Calgary Amber Alert
Man in custody, police searching for vehicle in Calgary Amber Alert

Wednesday night. It is believed the man is acquaintances with both victims Sara Baillie and Taliyah Marsman . An Amber Alert remains in effect for Taliyah Leigh Marsman. "May Taliyah Marsman & Sara Baillie rest in peace". Investigators said they had until Thursday night to either charge the man or release him. Downey will stay in custody, un...

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  • Turkish army stages coup, many dead: What we know so far
Turkish army stages coup, many dead: What we know so far

Urges restraint, avoidance of bloodshed - White House statement. He said the act was encourage by the "parallel structure" - his shorthand for followers of Fethullah Gulen , a U.S.-based Muslim cleric who he has repeatedly accused of attempting to foment an uprising among his followers in the judiciary and the military.

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  • UK to play greater role in Europe: Johnson
UK to play greater role in Europe: Johnson

A day after replacing David Cameron, May moved to impose her authority by axing a handful of prominent ministers including Justice Secretary Michael Gove, a leading " Brexit " campaigner who had staged his own bid for prime minister . Boris Johnson arrives at 10 Downing Street in central London . Johnson compared US presidential candidate ...

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  • France coach Deschamps dejected after stumbling at final hurdle
France coach Deschamps dejected after stumbling at final hurdle

France , who were favourites to clinch the title, failed to capitalise on Ronaldo's absence and eventually saw end of their 18-match home winning streak. We have made Portuguese history, we are the first to win an important competition for our country. Portugal defended doggedly and threatened occasionally without their inspirational skipper.

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  • Clinton airs thousands of positive ads while Trump is silent
Clinton airs thousands of positive ads while Trump is silent

Trump supporters are 90 percent "yes", and 88 percent of Clinton supporters have made up their minds. Among Democrats, 61 percent think Clinton showed poor judgment but did not break the law, while 11 percent think she did nothing wrong at all .

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  • Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull set to form govt after governor general's nod
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull set to form govt after governor general's nod

He added, "I don't envy the job Mr Turnbull has got ahead of him trying to corral all of the various diverse forces in his party". Malcolm Turnbull has been given the royal nod to form a government as he edges closer towards a parliamentary majority and prepares for a Nationals coalition agreement wishlist.

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  • Patrick to attend town hall with Obama
Patrick to attend town hall with Obama

And Patrick criticized Obama for saying that tensions between police and minority communities will continue, for failing illuminate up the White House in blue lights in honor of police, and for "being too quick to condemn the police without due process and until the facts are known".

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  • Attempted military coup in Turkey - prime minister
Attempted military coup in Turkey - prime minister

At least 60 people have been killed in Turkey over the past 10 hours, in what was an unsuccessful coup attempted by a section of the army. Jets bombed near Turkey's presidential palace in Ankara. "There was an illegal act by a group within the military that was acting out of the chain of military command". Mr Gulen, a former ally of Mr Erdogan, d...

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  • Leaving EU 'does not mean leaving Europe', says Boris Johnson
Leaving EU 'does not mean leaving Europe', says Boris Johnson

On Thursday U.S. President Barack Obama called May to congratulate her, but White House spokesman Josh Earnest offered a tepid response to her choice of foreign secretary. Education secretary Justine Greening and Karen Bradley as new culture, media and sport secretary complete the female line-up of major Cabinet posts.

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  • Nabam Tuki Trust Vote On Saturday, BJP Actions Arunachal Game-Plan
Nabam Tuki Trust Vote On Saturday, BJP Actions Arunachal Game-Plan

Rijiju also shrugged off responsibility for the Centre's decision to impose President's Rule in Arunachal in January and said the Union cabinet had merely acted on the advice of governor JP Rajkhowa. He said "this particular decision of the Supreme Court is historic in every sense of the word, because never before in the history of this country...

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  • Trump, Christie attack Obama, Clinton
Trump, Christie attack Obama, Clinton

Pressed to verify the reports that Pence was Trump's guy, Christie denied to Wallace that he knew the likely nominee's pick. The governor didn't win much support in his own presidential campaign and has faced skepticism from conservatives.

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  • Theresa May becomes new British Prime Minister
Theresa May becomes new British Prime Minister

By awarding such a senior job to Johnson, she also showed a conciliatory side. May's new Cabinet includes many new faces but surprisingly Boris Johnson as foreign secretary. His idol is Winston Churchill, another politician who was underestimated before rising to become Britain's World War II leader. "There may be some mishaps".

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  • S. Korea premier pelted with eggs, bottles over missile site
S. Korea premier pelted with eggs, bottles over missile site

Last Friday, Seoul and Washington officially announced the decision to deploy U.S. interceptors to South Korean soil as part of defense measures to defend the military forces of the South Korea-U.S. The National Intelligence Service, South Korea's main spy agency, said it has no relations with Ko's case. The decision made by the two allies tr...

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  • Deadly ISIS attack on checkpoint in Iraq kills a dozen
Deadly ISIS attack on checkpoint in Iraq kills a dozen

The blast set fire to several nearby civilian vehicles and damaged many others, along with destroying part of the checkpoint's building, the source said. Italian officials on Wednesday pointed to delayed, EU-financed rail improvements and the "risky", antiquated telephone alert system used in parts of Italy as possible underlying causes of a violen...

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  • White House reveals number of civilian deaths from drone strikes
White House reveals number of civilian deaths from drone strikes

In accordance with the White House, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) has released a report declaring the number of combatant and non-combatant deaths resulting from US-led strikes against terrorist targets outside areas of active hostilities.

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  • Rail minister Claire Perry resigns amid furore over Southern Rail services
Rail minister Claire Perry resigns amid furore over Southern Rail services

Passengers have held protests as services have been hit by industrial action and high levels of staff sickness, while the company has attempted to ease the problem by cutting 341 trains a day. The way it's going there's a lot of distrust. It has now said that it is able to introduce additional services to the revised timetable. The leader of Su...

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  • New British Foreign Secretary Criticized by EU Counterparts
New British Foreign Secretary Criticized by EU Counterparts

Attending a Bastille Day reception at the French ambassador's residence in London on Wednesday evening, Johnson was booed by a small section of the crowd of several hundred mostly French and British guests. In her first speech as prime minister, May stressed the importance on keeping the UK united. May, Britain's second female prime minister, i...

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  • Ex-Trump Staffer Says Campaign Riddled With Corruption And Tawdry Affairs
Ex-Trump Staffer Says Campaign Riddled With Corruption And Tawdry Affairs

But aside from filing a potentially frivolous and baseless lawsuit (as is his wont), Trump really screwed the pooch by deciding to list Trump 2012 PCA alongside the campaign as a plaintiff. This is a prime example of why most political candidates try their damndest to avoid being entangled in any sort of legal proceedings in the middle of a freak...

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  • Kerry: US, Russia agree 'concrete steps' to save Syria truce
Kerry: US, Russia agree 'concrete steps' to save Syria truce

Another American official, who has helped train members of the Free Syrian Army rebel alliance, said the U.S.-backed opposition forces have been asking why the administration keeps seeking Russian help and are growing increasingly bitter, their anger compounded by what they complain is a lack of American military support.

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  • Secret 9/11 Report Raises Suspicion Of Saudis
Secret 9/11 Report Raises Suspicion Of Saudis

The "28 pages" were part of the 9/11 Commission's report, but were deemed classified by the government and kept secret for the past 13 years despite intense lobbying efforts to have them released. Terry Strada, national chairwoman for 9/11 Families United For Justice Against Terrorism, also said she hoped Friday's release would help get other mater...

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