• Attacks in France since Charlie Hebdo slayings
Attacks in France since Charlie Hebdo slayings

June 28, 2016: At least 31 people were killed in an attack at Ataturk International Airport by three suicide bombers who blew themselves up, Turkish media and the Associated Press reported. July 22, 2011: Anders Breivik, a radical conservative, carried out a bomb attack in Oslo, Norway. Crowds gathered in solidarity after terror attacks hit the ...

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  • 'Emotional' David Cameron chairs last cabinet meeting as UK PM
'Emotional' David Cameron chairs last cabinet meeting as UK PM

He said he is leaving the country stronger and better off. In a series of congratulatory phone calls taken by Mrs May on Wednesday evening, the UK's second female prime minister spoke to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

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  • 90 dead, 1563 people arrested in Turkey coup
90 dead, 1563 people arrested in Turkey coup

In an astonishing and reckless attack on the United States the Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said that the country considers itself at war with any nation that stands by the US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen . Shortly after Friday's attempted coup, almost 3,000 judges were suspended , and the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutor...

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  • Turkey PM says 161 dead in coup bid, almost 3000 held
Turkey PM says 161 dead in coup bid, almost 3000 held

Almost 200 soldiers surrendered at the military headquarters in Ankara on Saturday , the state-run Anadolu news agency reported . Dutch Turkish hooligans in the city of Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, declared war on Dutch media yesterday when the Turkish military staged a coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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  • Fears of further fighting even as South Sudan ceasefire holds
Fears of further fighting even as South Sudan ceasefire holds

A massacre of Nuer in Juba sparked the country's civil war that began in December 2013, raged between supporters of Kiir and Machar, killed tens of thousands and came to a fragile end in August with a peace deal. The truce in Juba was implemented Monday after four days of heavy fighting between rival forces left more than 270 people dead ....

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  • Conservatives and Clinton React to Trump's VP Pick
Conservatives and Clinton React to Trump's VP Pick

Trump offered the vice presidential spot to Pence Thursday, and the governor boarded a plane for NY in anticipation of a Friday announcement, according to a Republican with knowledge of the process. Both governors - as well as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Sen. Pence is a favorite among Evangelical voters and the Republican Party's con...

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  • Dylan Noble, Unarmed Man, Shown Shot by Fresno Police in Graphic Video
Dylan Noble, Unarmed Man, Shown Shot by Fresno Police in Graphic Video

Police in Fresno, California have released body camera videos showing two officers fatally shooting an unarmed white man amid renewed scrutiny across the United States over the use of force by police. On June 27, mourners and protestors riding motorcycles gathered on the road in front of the Chevron where Noble was shot and disrupted traffic whil...

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  • 'Ghostbusters' Entertains and 'Pays Respect' to the Original
'Ghostbusters' Entertains and 'Pays Respect' to the Original

If anyone's childhood was going to be ruined, it would be mine - a cursory glance at my toy shelf would out me as a serious Ghostbusters fanatic (this is why I'm single, and have no friends, right?) - but I think four-year-old Josh would have loved this movie.

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  • Europe gives 'liar' Boris Johnson a hostile welcome
Europe gives 'liar' Boris Johnson a hostile welcome

The Ugandan government's spokesperson responded to an article suggesting Uganda would be better off as a colony, saying: "We would be more concerned if the U.S. The bigger disruption of Johnson's appointment may be U.S. As leading newspapers across the world suggested it was "just Britain's way of having us on", Britishers too reacted with incred...

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  • 104 putschists killed in Turkey coup attempt: army
104 putschists killed in Turkey coup attempt: army

While government officials blamed the coup attempt on Gulen, the cleric said he condemned "in the strongest terms, the attempted military coup in Turkey " and sharply rejected any responsibility for it. Russians as yet can not takes flights from Istanbul home, and diplomats of the consulate general consider accommodation and necessary as...

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  • Clinton campaign events in Scranton postponed
Clinton campaign events in Scranton postponed

The chairman of Donald Trump's campaign in Virginia argued that Hillary Clinton is to blame for "essentially encouraging the murder" of five Dallas officers who were shot to death Thursday night. Trump's response to the shooting in Dallas was remarkably different from his response to mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando last month. Trump sai...

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  • ISIS Claims Responsibility for Nice Attack
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Nice Attack

He drove a lorry through throngs of people walking home after a firework display on the Promenade des Anglais. A man covered with a towel was apprehended by French police this morning as the investigation continued two days after the savage attack on the Promenade des Anglais.

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  • 1st Case of Female-to-Male Sexual Transmission of Zika Reported
1st Case of Female-to-Male Sexual Transmission of Zika Reported

The main thing, Varma and Barbot noted, is that pregnant women should not travel to Zika-affected regions, which now include all of Central and South America and the Caribbean. And now, the city has extended these guidelines to women with pregnant partners, since researchers aren't sure how the virus behaves in vaginal fluid and it's been proven bi...

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  • 28-page Report Highlights Saudi Arabia's Effort to Assist Al-Qaeda
28-page Report Highlights Saudi Arabia's Effort to Assist Al-Qaeda

White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters Friday that "we do not think" the 28 pages shed any new light on a Saudi role in the Sept 11 attacks. Questions remain about how much those government officials knew of the terrorists' plans to fly commercial airliners into multiple US locations. The two claimed the embassy also paid for their ticke...

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  • Anti-terror investigators put on Nice attack case
Anti-terror investigators put on Nice attack case

Valls promised that French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian's visit to an worldwide security meeting in Washington next week "will result in an even stronger coalition against the forces of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria ", and said that support for France would only grow following the latest atrocity.

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  • Montana's GOP delegates heading to the 2016 RNC convention
Montana's GOP delegates heading to the 2016 RNC convention

And there are a few other people who don't want to speak for Trump at the Republican National Convention. Ted Cruz on the convention's first two ballots unless Cruz releases his delegates, which he hasn't done. Republican delegate Jason Crowell, a former state senator who is backing Trump, said picking Pence could help quiet those in the Republican...

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  • Hundreds expected at Black Lives Matter rally in Sheffield
Hundreds expected at Black Lives Matter rally in Sheffield

President Obama was of the view that the police officers perform more tasks in less privileged communities with little or no appreciation. While I sincerely appreciate your support of black musicians that show you we, as in black people, can be fun and are not always a threat, I don't appreciate you calling the police on me as I walk down the str...

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  • England 272 all out against Pakistan in first Test at Lord's
England 272 all out against Pakistan in first Test at Lord's

Cook and Bairstow resumed after the tea break with England on 153 for 4, with the latter having been in rich form against Sri Lanka , rescuing the hosts from similar situations. James Vince got off the mark in style, stepping into a superb cover-drive off Amir from his fourth ball but was trapped in front by Shah on 16, and had to depart after an ...

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  • Peaceful remembrance for man killed by police in Baton Rouge
Peaceful remembrance for man killed by police in Baton Rouge

However, The Daily Advertiser reports that the police report detailing the investigation makes no mention of an alleged threat that the suspects were looking to harm police officers. At a three-hour service Friday, mourners paid their respects to 37-year-old Alton Sterling, whose July 5 shooting outside a convenience store began a tumultuous week...

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  • 250 people killed, over 1000 injured in Turkey military coup attempt
250 people killed, over 1000 injured in Turkey military coup attempt

Supporters of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan celebrate after soldiers involved in the coup surrendered on the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul , Turkey July 16, 2016. Was there someone else behind it? The Turkish government said followers of Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, who has been living in self-imposed exile in the United States for years, w...

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