• Burhan Wani death: Curfew remains in force in Kashmir Valley
Burhan Wani death: Curfew remains in force in Kashmir Valley

Officials on July 16 said the "clampdown" was necessary because Pakistani television channels had "launched a campaign aimed at fomenting trouble". In a surprising move, the federal cabinet on Friday had chose to observe a countrywide "black day" on July 19 for expressing solidarity with people of India-held Kashmir, several of whom were killed w...

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  • Man with Machete Arrested at Vigil for Nice Attack
Man with Machete Arrested at Vigil for Nice Attack

A pistol and various fake weapons were discovered in the truck's cabin, with a telephone and a computer later seized during a search at Bouhlel home. Christian Estrosi, a security hardliner and ex-minister under former president Nicolas Sarkozy who is now president of the wider Riviera region, accused the government of failing completely in Nice....

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  • Trump Rambles Through Introducing Pence As VP
Trump Rambles Through Introducing Pence As VP

Terrorist attacks at home and overseas, grim and heartbreaking scenes from France just a few short days ago, the attempted coup in Turkey, all attest to a world spinning apart. Long term, who knows if his unconventional approach will serve him well? Many in the media have focused on whether the campaign bungled this moment, but Trump's strength has...

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  • Republican Donald Trump calls his VP pick a party unifier
Republican Donald Trump calls his VP pick a party unifier

Mr Trump and Mr Pence made their debut just two days before the beginning of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, where delegates from around the country will convene to officially nominate the pair as their party's ticket for the November 8 election.

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  • Elizabeth Warren paid visit to Hillary Clinton Friday
Elizabeth Warren paid visit to Hillary Clinton Friday

Also attending the meetings were Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, who is heading the VP vetting process, and top aide Huma Abedin, the network reported. "Warren left the house an hour after her auto dropped her off at the stately home on Whitehaven Street near Dupont Circle in Northwest Washington, D.C".

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  • Ohio Republican delegation gives cold shoulder to Trump
Ohio Republican delegation gives cold shoulder to Trump

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson traveled to Cleveland , Ohio on Friday with other top Obama administration officials to review security procedures and operations for the Republican National Convention that starts Monday. Rendell said. During his one visit to OH since clinching the nomination, Trump pledged to defeat the Islamic State gro...

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  • Death Toll from Baghdad Blast Rises to 250: Iraq's Ministry
Death Toll from Baghdad Blast Rises to 250: Iraq's Ministry

Iraq's interior minister resigned Tuesday in the wake of a devastating ISIS truck bomb that ripped through a busy commercial district in central Baghdad, the worst attack to strike the Iraqi capital in years. on fraud charges, prompting Iraqis to open their own investigation on alleged corruption charges against some officials. He called on the ...

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  • Trump Postpones VP Announcement After France Terror Attack
Trump Postpones VP Announcement After France Terror Attack

During a Bastille Day celebration in the southern French city on Thursday evening, a driver behind the wheel of a truck plowed through a crowd of revelers walking through the city's promenade, leaving at least 84 people dead and hundreds of others injured-dozens critically.

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  • Low-Key Trump Intro For VP Pick Mike Pence
Low-Key Trump Intro For VP Pick Mike Pence

Pence took the microphone and presented Trump as someone who "gets the American people". "I truly believe he will be outstanding in every way", Trump said. The attempted coup in Turkey, all attest to a world spinning apart. Just as Trump was settling on Pence, Republicans gathering in Cleveland essentially quelled the effort to stop him at the ...

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  • Donald Trump Says Mike Pence 'Won't' Call Hillary Clinton Names
Donald Trump Says Mike Pence 'Won't' Call Hillary Clinton Names

By Saturday, however, Pence claimed he had never been out of sync on the issue and said he had been "very supportive of Donald Trump's call to temporarily suspend immigration from countries where terrorists' influence and impact represents a threat to the United States".

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  • US to send 560 more troops to Iraq
US to send 560 more troops to Iraq

During his fourth visit to Iraq as Secretary of Defense, Carter in Baghdad will meet with Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al Abadi and Defence Minister Khaled al Obeidi. "We know that there are al-Qaida and (Islamic State) components in Afghanistan", he said. Carter told reporters traveling with him Sunday that the airfield seizure would create a ...

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  • Who's Who in Australia's Historic Elections?
Who's Who in Australia's Historic Elections?

With around 30 percent of ballots cast Saturday left to be counted, neither the coalition nor the opposition center-left Labor Party had gained the required 76 seats in the 150-seat House to form a government . But Mr Albanese also warned Australians could return to the polls "well before" a three-year term of government passed. "We on all s...

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  • CA Democratic Party Chairman Issues Statement On Sanders' Endorsement Of Clintion
CA Democratic Party Chairman Issues Statement On Sanders' Endorsement Of Clintion

He went on: "Hillary Clinton understands that if someone in America works 40 hours a week, that person should not be living in poverty". Democratic leaders from ME say with the convention right around the corner, it's time for party members to come together.

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  • Missouri GOP delegate seeks to dump Trump, others reluctant
Missouri GOP delegate seeks to dump Trump, others reluctant

On the convention's first ballot, almost all delegates are obligated to vote for the candidate who won their district or state, which would leave Trump with enough votes - 1,237 - to win the nomination. He said he plans to stay true to his commitment to vote for Cruz. Russ Feingold of Middleton. Despite assurances to the contrary, RNC officials...

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  • British Open 2016: Leaderboard breakdown, highlights from Round 3
British Open 2016: Leaderboard breakdown, highlights from Round 3

Rory McIlroy struggled to find any sort of consistency this evening at Royal Troon and carded a third round 73 to leave him 11 shots off the pace heading into the final round. World No. 1 Jason Day made waves early Saturday shooting a 4-under 32 on the front nine. Stenson then nosed in front of the five-times major victor when he birdied the fou...

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  • More than 160 dead, almost 3000 detained after Turkey's attempted military coup
More than 160 dead, almost 3000 detained after Turkey's attempted military coup

The fallout from the coup, which left 161 people dead and 1,440 injured, with 2,839 military personnel detained, continued as five warships which reportedly set sail during the attempt returned to their port in north-west Turkey . Recep Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown against alleged opponents began with the detention of 10 members of the highest court...

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  • Quotes on Boris Johnson choice as Britain's chief diplomat
Quotes on Boris Johnson choice as Britain's chief diplomat

The biggest surprise so far has been the appointment of Johnson, until recently seen as May's top rival for prime minister, as foreign secretary . May's move - bravery or folly, time will tell - means Johnson will be able to command TV news coverage with a series of foreign trips.

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  • Based Turkish cleric denies involvement in coup plot
Based Turkish cleric denies involvement in coup plot

At the center of the controversy stood Fethullah Gulen , who lives in exile in Pennsylvania and promotes a philosophy that blends a mystical form of Islam with staunch advocacy of democracy, education, science and interfaith dialogue. Turkey has always been expected to request his extradition from the United States. "It appears that they have no...

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  • US would consider extradition request for exiled cleric
US would consider extradition request for exiled cleric

The warnings remain in place even though Turkish airports reopened following President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's pre-dawn announcement of victory over discontented army officers who mounted a bloody attempt to overthrow him. Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook confirmed that power had been cut to the Incirlik air base in southern Turkey , near the ...

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  • Larry the cat remains on Downing Street
Larry the cat remains on Downing Street

The warmth culminated in a standing ovation for Cameron , 49, who is leaving office after voters rejected his advice and chose to leave the European Union. May campaigned, albeit it quietly, with Cameron for Britain to stay in the European Union and she will have to convince Eurosceptics within her party and the country at large that she has no ...

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