• Clinton 'careless' with emails, but no charges recommended — Federal Bureau of Investigation director
Clinton 'careless' with emails, but no charges recommended — Federal Bureau of Investigation director

When asked who advised her about the server, Clinton said: "I'm not going to go into any more detail then I already have in public many times ... out of respect for the process that the department is conducting". Clinton and her staff have struggled to respond to accusations that her use of the server in violation of State Department protocol mea...

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  • LA area law enforcement urges vigilance following Nice terror attack
LA area law enforcement urges vigilance following Nice terror attack

That was due to be lifted in two weeks, but French President Francois Hollande announced that it would be extended for another three months in the wake of the most recent tragedy. Although France marked its Fête de la Fédération on July 14 the next year, it wasn't until about 100 years later that the day became a national holiday and it became ...

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  • Indonesia, Malaysian MPs support democracy in Turkey
Indonesia, Malaysian MPs support democracy in Turkey

He called on Turks to take to the streets to defend his government and said the coup plotters would pay a heavy price. "I condemn, in the strongest terms, the attempted military coup in Turkey", he said. Once in Istanbul, greeted by crowds of civilians, Mr Erdogan called the coup makers "a minority within the military". Erdogan blamed the ongoi...

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  • No Indian affected in Nice attack: MEA
No Indian affected in Nice attack: MEA

The truck plowed into the crowd over a distance of two kilometers (about 1.2 miles), a lawmaker said, and broadcast footage showed a scene of horror up and down the promenade, with broken bodies splayed on the asphalt, some piled near one another, others bleeding onto the roadway or twisted into unnatural shapes.

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  • Andy Murray's grandfather missed Wimbledon win to look after dog
Andy Murray's grandfather missed Wimbledon win to look after dog

Murray said: "I don't know what my legacy will be". I'm not afraid of failing. "I don't mind failing", Murray said of his past losses. Murray has a 2-8 record in major finals, including a three-match losing streak in Grand Slam title matches.

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  • South Sudan calls ceasefire after lethal clashes in Juba
South Sudan calls ceasefire after lethal clashes in Juba

One Rwandan and two Chinese UN peacekeepers have died in the violence, The World Weekly reported. The UN Security Council has urged both sides to end fighting and called for more peacekeepers after a meeting on Sunday. Fighting was heard in several other parts of the city throughout the day, including the tinderbox Gudele neighbourhood - where...

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  • Trump Takes to Twitter to Make Veep Pick Official
Trump Takes to Twitter to Make Veep Pick Official

Pence, 57, a former congressman, is seen as a safe choice, not too flashy but popular among conservatives, with Midwestern appeal and the ability to rally more party faithful behind Trump. And in 2015, he supported and signed a bill that would have allowed citizens to discriminate against LGBT people by claiming to hold a religious belief that ...

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  • Coats on Pence as VP: 'It's a great selection'
Coats on Pence as VP: 'It's a great selection'

Pence called Trump's statements "inappropriate". Pence also uses social media to remind us he's been in the same relationship for decades - something that will doubtless appeal to social conservatives - in contrast to Trump and wife No.

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  • Body of Taliyah Leigh Marsman Found, Murder Charges Pending
Body of Taliyah Leigh Marsman Found, Murder Charges Pending

The child's body was discovered on a rural property east of the city on Thursday. It was the news that no one wanted, but late Thursday, Calgary police announced they had found a body believed to be that of five-year-old Taliyah Leigh Marsman, and charged a man with her murder.

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  • Nice attacker Lahouaiej-Bouhlel had breakdowns, says father
Nice attacker Lahouaiej-Bouhlel had breakdowns, says father

Bouhlel's record stretches back six years and includes charges for threats and violence. As it was his first conviction, Bouhlel was given a suspended sentence and was mandated to contact police once a week, which he did, Urvoas added. "Investigations are now underway to establish if the individual acted alone or if he had accomplices who might ...

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  • Dropped shot halts McIlroy's British Open charge
Dropped shot halts McIlroy's British Open charge

So far, so good", said the 40-year-old, runner-up to Mickelson in 2013. "I'm happy with the way I played of course. It's not easy out there". He climbed to nine under for the tournament and in sole possession of second place. The American had led overnight after equalling the lowest-ever round in a Major golf championship when he shot 63 in glori...

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  • Lavrov, Kerry discuss Syria situation, agree to improve ties
Lavrov, Kerry discuss Syria situation, agree to improve ties

Secretary of State John Kerry met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday at the Kremlin to discuss a new proposal that would coordinate Russian and USA forces in Syria to try and hasten an end to Syria's five-year civil war. USA and Russian air forces would maintain their separate headquarters but would share a joint command center i...

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  • Bangladeshi Police Say Two Dhaka Terror Attack Suspects Detained
Bangladeshi Police Say Two Dhaka Terror Attack Suspects Detained

The Amaq news agency, affiliated with the Islamic State, published photos of five smiling young men, each holding what appear to be rifles and posing in front of a black Islamic State flag, and identified them as the restaurant attackers, according to the Search for International Terrorist Entities Intelligence Service, which monitors jihadis' on...

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  • British Prime Minister David Cameron Formally Resigns
British Prime Minister David Cameron Formally Resigns

In a speech on Monday, she said she was "honored and humbled" to be chosen as the next PM and that her campaign had always been about the need for strong leadership in "what is sure to be hard and uncertain economic and political times". May was greeted with a huge cheer as she entered the House of Commons for prime minister's questions . "Secon...

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  • Most drivers in the USA have some form of road rage
Most drivers in the USA have some form of road rage

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety's report projected that about 104 million drivers, or half of those on the road, have followed other vehicles too closely to express their displeasure or frustration. And not only is that absolutely impossible, but you have to acknowledge the fact that some people aren't decent drivers turned bad by rage, but p...

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  • Hillary Clinton set to meet with Senate Democrats
Hillary Clinton set to meet with Senate Democrats

Mr. Sanders acknowledged that, while his campaign had succeeded in winning nearly 1,900 delegates, it was not enough to win Democratic nomination, noting Ms. While Clinton took only a few days to endorse Obama after the primaries in 2008, Sanders has held out for the past month, seeking to influence the party's platform and future.

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  • President Duterte to skip Asia-Europe summit
President Duterte to skip Asia-Europe summit

Among the priority themes will be practical and functional cooperation to address complex global challenges, including on maritime security, connectivity and illegal drug trafficking. "I strongly hope the parties to the dispute comply with the award and lead to a peaceful solution of the dispute in South China Sea", he said. Seoul and Ulaanbaatar w...

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  • Theresa May: Prime Minister promises to build better Britain
Theresa May: Prime Minister promises to build better Britain

Cameron made the move to resign last month after a referendum revealed that 52 percent to 48 percent of the country voted to leave the European Union, a bloc that Britain has been a key player in for the past 43 years. "Clarity is in the interest of both Europe and the United Kingdom", he said, adding a salute to Cameron's "tenacity" and "strong le...

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  • Theresa May appointed Prime Minister
Theresa May appointed Prime Minister

Mrs May had supported Remain during the EU referendum , but since the vote to leave the union, she has insisted that "Brexit means Brexit". Ministers have said they have been banned from Theresa May's Cabinet meetings without being told they have been sacked by the new Prime Minister .

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  • France president extends state of emergency by three months
France president extends state of emergency by three months

CRI's Victor Ning has more . German journalist Richard Gutjahr, who watched the attack unfold from a balcony on the Promenade des Anglais, told Agence France-Presse he saw a man on a motorcycle attempt to stop the driver . Tunisian President Beji Essebsi has described the attack as a "vile act". The father also insisted that his son "had ...

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