• David Cameron Faces Last Questions As Prime Minster
David Cameron Faces Last Questions As Prime Minster

It is not known to where the Camerons will move as their home in North Kensington has been occupied by tenants since 2010, though they are expected to move to their constituency home in Dean, Oxfordshire. He belongs to the house and the staff love him very much. He was asked about the impact of Brexit on the north by Ulster Unionist MP Danny Kina...

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  • Kasich to speak at NAACP but not RNC
Kasich to speak at NAACP but not RNC

A truce of sorts emerged after Trump called a New Mexico journalist last month to say that he respects Martinez and hoped for her endorsement. Mr Pence comes from the crucial Midwest, Indiana itself is likely to be a swing state in November.

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  • Obama orders flags at half-staff after Nice attack
Obama orders flags at half-staff after Nice attack

The organization is soliciting donations and says funds will be used to support French Red Cross emergency preparedness, response and relief teams. As mayor of Nice until last month, Estrosi turned the city into one of France's most heavily policed with almost 600 municipal officers and other agents in a city of 342,000 people.

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  • For Clinton, Warren poses a historic choice for running mate
For Clinton, Warren poses a historic choice for running mate

It's the second time in recent weeks that Warren has visited the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's home. A small group of Clinton campaign confidants have reviewed publicly available information about the potential contenders for more than a month.

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  • British Airways Cancels Flights to and From Turkey After Coup Attempt
British Airways Cancels Flights to and From Turkey After Coup Attempt

In a separate televised address, Yildirim dubbed the coup backers as terrorists and said the nation had answered their attempt effectively, the Guardian reported. The United States declared its firm backing for Erdogan's government. Moreover, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has directed measures to safely return of Pakistanis stranded at Istanbul ...

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  • Drew Barrymore files for divorce from Will Kopelman
Drew Barrymore files for divorce from Will Kopelman

The couple, who started dating back in 2011, shares 3-year-old daughter Olive and 2-year-old Frankie together. Film star Drew Barrymore has filed for divorce from Will Kopelman , the art consultant she Wednesday in 2012. and Ellen DeGeneres' A Very Good Production company. "When you break up with somebody, you're like, 'Yeah, that didn...

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  • Pokemon GO augmented reality game finally rolls out in Germany
Pokemon GO augmented reality game finally rolls out in Germany

The shares have climbed 86 percent in just over a week, adding $17 billion in market value. Many users sign in with a Google account. A Finnish antivirus company F-Secure thinks differently and is of the opinion that the entire privacy concern has been exaggerated.

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  • Coalition pulls ahead in Australian election
Coalition pulls ahead in Australian election

With about a quarter of the votes left to be tallied, neither Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's conservative Liberal Party-led coalition nor Shorten's centre-left Labor Party had secured the required 76 seats in the 150-seat House of Representatives to form a government - raising the prospect of a minority government .

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  • Autopilot was not engaged in Model X rollover crash, Tesla says
Autopilot was not engaged in Model X rollover crash, Tesla says

Road and Track said on its website this week that Autopilot is a technological achievement that should make America proud. "It is essential to use lessons learned from this incident to improve safety technologies, ensure they perform as advertised, and make certain that consumers are properly educated about their use", Thune said in his letter ....

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  • Turkish forces try to crush last remnants of coup after Erdogan returns
Turkish forces try to crush last remnants of coup after Erdogan returns

The Associated Press looks at Turkey's long history of coups, its military's prominence and why some had thought the days of military interference with government were over. courts. Some of the US schools have been investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation amid allegations of financial mismanagement and visa fraud.

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  • Turkish forces to crush remnants of coup
Turkish forces to crush remnants of coup

The state-run Anadolu news agency said the chief of Turkey's military staff was among people taken "hostage" in the capital Ankara. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said he spoke to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and called for respect for democracy.

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  • France wins doubles, leads Czechs 2-1 in Davis Cup QFs
France wins doubles, leads Czechs 2-1 in Davis Cup QFs

World number 78 Lukas Rosol first stunned 10th-ranked Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 7-6 (10/8), 6-4 in three hours and 52 minutes. "It's a good start to the weekend but we haven't won yet". "It's a fantastic feeling to play as number two against a number one and win in five sets". Myneni was leading 6-1, 3-6, 6-4, 3-6, 5-2 when proceedings ca...

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  • Syria army foils rebel bid to reopen Aleppo supply line
Syria army foils rebel bid to reopen Aleppo supply line

Syrian State TV declared that, "terrorists are violating the truce". Residents contacted in the city said prices of fresh vegetables, bread and fuel had on average nearly doubled in the past week with no new supplies coming into Aleppo, Syria's largest city and commercial hub before the war.

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  • ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attack on Nice, 5 Detained by French Officials
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attack on Nice, 5 Detained by French Officials

It came as French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Saturday that the attacker, identified as 31-yeard old Tunisian-born Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel , "seems to have become radicalized very quickly". Some 30,000 people had thronged the Promenade Des Anglais to watch a fireworks display with their friends and families on a night which turned t...

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  • Owen Smith stands as 'radical and credible' contender for Labour leadership
Owen Smith stands as 'radical and credible' contender for Labour leadership

The vote for Mr Corbyn to get on the ballot automatically passed by 18 votes to 14 after a heated meeting that lasted nearly six hours. The Pontypridd MP has been a Labour member since he was 16 and stood on picket lines during the 1984 miners' strike as a teenager.

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  • Hillary Clinton meets with potential VP picks
Hillary Clinton meets with potential VP picks

Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, who campaigned with Clinton on Thursday, is also being vetted, and is considered a leading contender for the position. Campaign chair John Podesta and vice chair Huma Abedin were among the Clinton aides who spent the day at her home.

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  • Park City Republican committeeman hopes for 'presidential' Trump
Park City Republican committeeman hopes for 'presidential' Trump

Reid Ribble, R-Wisconsin, a vocal anti-Trump Republican. Powell said she plans to have her voice heard during the debate Monday on the party's platform, which she thinks is too long and reflects too much involvement by government in the lives of people.

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  • Obama: 200 US forces in Uganda to help in South Sudan
Obama: 200 US forces in Uganda to help in South Sudan

After days of bloodshed in South Sudan, an uneasy truce is in effect in the world's youngest nation, where soldiers slaughtered dozens last week. As the C-17 Air Force Jumbo landed in Delhi, it ended the gruelling experience of over 156 Indians, stranded in Jubah.

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  • US Releases Controversial 28 Pages of 9/11 Commission Report
US Releases Controversial 28 Pages of 9/11 Commission Report

The 28 pages of the report on the 2002 investigation focus on potential Saudi links to the 2001 aircraft attacks on the USA, in which almost 3,000 people died. According to a Central Intelligence Agency memo referenced in the report, Bassnan received financial aid from the former Saudi ambassador to the United States Bandar bin Sultan.

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  • 4 people in custody after Nice attack
4 people in custody after Nice attack

The Isis-affiliated Amaq News Agency said the Nice attack had been carried out by one of its "soldiers". Asked if he thought his neighbour, who he said had moved three years ago but returned often to visit his family, carried out the attack on behalf of the extremist group, he said: "I never heard him speak about extremism, I can not believe that...

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