• Russian Officials Hopeful for Warmer Relations After Johnson Appointment
Russian Officials Hopeful for Warmer Relations After Johnson Appointment

Asked about the French foreign minister's assertion that Johnson had lied during the referendum campaign, he suggested that Ayrault had taken a very different tone in private communications. May has given him the chance to live up to his potential - or to fail spectacularly. "There may be some mishaps". Boris Johnson addresses staff inside the ...

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  • Kerry defends Iran deal on one-year anniversary of nuclear pact
Kerry defends Iran deal on one-year anniversary of nuclear pact

The bipartisan bill expands sanctions for ballistic missile development, support for terrorism, and other illicit Iranian actions; sanctions transfers of conventional weapons to or from Iran; and extends the Iran Sanctions Act, said officials.

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  • Baloch, known as Pakistan's Kim Kardashian murdered
Baloch, known as Pakistan's Kim Kardashian murdered

They said her body was not discovered until Saturday morning. And police say her brother strangled her because she was not willing to remove her Facebook posts and videos. In a police complaint, his father accused Wasim of killing Baloch for honour because he "wanted her to quit showbiz". She said police are searching for the suspect.

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  • Nabam Tuki takes charge as chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh
Nabam Tuki takes charge as chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh

The apex court's verdict came as a shot in the arm for the Congress , and paved the way for the return of its dismissed government headed by Nabam Tuki. He today said the Congress as a party has majority and will rule the state. Thirdly, the bench said "all steps and decisions taken by the Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh in pursuant ...

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  • Nearly 50 killed in Syria on ceasefire's last day: monitor
Nearly 50 killed in Syria on ceasefire's last day: monitor

Groups fighting under the banner of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) say however that they control the rebel-held part of the city. The government advance put its forces within striking distance of a major supply route for the rebels, effectively putting opposition-held areas under siege.

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  • May or Leadsom to succeed UK's Cameron
May or Leadsom to succeed UK's Cameron

The Conservative Party's 150,000 members will now decide the victor of the final run-off, with the new leader due to be announced on September 9. British Justice Secretary Michael Gove was eliminated from the Conservative leadership race with 46 votes.

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  • South China Sea Ruling: China Surrendered Historic Right A Long Time Ago
South China Sea Ruling: China Surrendered Historic Right A Long Time Ago

Yesterday, an worldwide arbitration tribunal's ruled against China's claims over the South China Sea, dismissing it as "null and void". Liu said Beijing had the right to establish an air defense identification zone over the disputed waters, if it so chose.

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  • Islamic State group claims responsibility for Nice truck attack
Islamic State group claims responsibility for Nice truck attack

Hollande said the country would observe three days of mourning as he warned the death toll could rise further, with more than 50 people still fighting for their lives. At least 10 children and teenagers were killed during the attack , including two German students. Only one neighbour said she had any concerns about him, describing him as "a good...

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  • Openly Gay Republican Delegate on Party's Platform: 'The Worst Kind of Silence'
Openly Gay Republican Delegate on Party's Platform: 'The Worst Kind of Silence'

She proposed to include support of same sex marriage in the platform, a proposal that other delegates defeated. Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, a co-chair of the committee, said the vote was a reaffirmation of the GOP's longtime position on marriage, but said that did not mean the party was shutting out gay and lesbian members like Hoff.

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  • U.S. ambassador expresses regret over handcuffing of Emirati
U.S. ambassador expresses regret over handcuffing of Emirati

A woman who called 911, the United States hotline for emergencies, claimed that he was calling on behalf of her sister, a desk clerk at the hotel. The U.S. Al Menhali, who the mayor said was staying temporarily in the area for medical treatment, wore a traditional white robe and nodded at the officials seated across from him at the meeting.

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  • Turkish tensions rise after failed coup attempt
Turkish tensions rise after failed coup attempt

It is still unclear who had conceived the attempted coup. Turkish forces loyal to President Tayyip Erdogan largely crushed an attempted military coup on Saturday after crowds answered his call to take to the streets in support of the government and dozens of rebels abandoned their tanks.

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  • David Cameron stepping down as British PM
David Cameron stepping down as British PM

As he opened the door, Mr Cameron was heard to say "Right!" How to have a peaceful parliament session without any ruckus! David Cameron has again hit headlines in the media, but not for Brexit. British Prime Minister David Cameron appeared to be humming a little tune to himself as he walked away from cameras after announcing he would hand ove...

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  • Armed men seize police station, hostages in Armenia: security service
Armed men seize police station, hostages in Armenia: security service

The internet in the country is also now down. There are reports that several people have been wounded in the Yerevan attack. It is suspected the group will demand the release of Jirair Sefilyan, an Armenian opposition figure who was detained after authorities allegedly uncovered a plot to seize buildings in Yerevan.

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  • US
US "House" Blocks Iranian Deals, Senate to Issue More Sanctions

Also prohibits the use of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act to issue licenses to conduct offshore dollar-clearing with an Iranian financial institution. "One of the most important achievements of the JCPOA was that we are now recognized as a seller of heavy water by America, which did not accept heavy water production by Ira...

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  • Nice attack: Arrests made by French police
Nice attack: Arrests made by French police

The 31-year old Tunisian , who lived locally, zigzagged through a Bastille Day crowd for almost two kilometres on the waterfront of the French Riviera city on Thursday night - it was eventually stopped when police shot dead the driver. In the wake of the attack , the Paris prosecutor's office launched an investigation to determine if the crime ...

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  • Australia offers United Kingdom free trade deal following Brexit vote
Australia offers United Kingdom free trade deal following Brexit vote

European Council president Donald Tusk said he looked forward to a "fruitful working relationship". The Business minister spoke out after a left leaning tabloid wrongly claimed that she had resigned from the Government. She later joined the department for energy and climate change, where she was promoted to minister in 2015. An official photograp...

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  • Biden opens new Vic Cancer Centre
Biden opens new Vic Cancer Centre

Mr Biden wished Foreign Minister Julie Bishop a happy birthday at the game, and watched it alongside Collingwood's USA recruit Mason Cox. Mr Biden's motorcade later dashed across Melbourne from Parkville to the MCG. flag carried by marines during the World War II battle of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. Mr Biden flew to the city on Saturda...

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  • Bilawal vows to make 'Valley of Benazir' in Kashmir
Bilawal vows to make 'Valley of Benazir' in Kashmir

Police officials said the Geelani was arrested by the police after he tried to march from his residence at Hyderpora toward the old city in the morning. Separatist leader Sayeed Ali Shah Geelani was arrested today in Haiderpura in Srinagar , Jammu Kashmir in an attempt to defy curfew restrictions as per the latest reports from Kashmir.

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  • Sessions: Pence 'Good Man' Who Will Help Trump With Party Unity
Sessions: Pence 'Good Man' Who Will Help Trump With Party Unity

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump steps away after greeting Indiana Governor Mike Pence (L) during the introduction of Pence as his vice presidential running mate in New York City, U.S., July 16, 2016. Through no fault of the campaign, the show ended up on a Saturday morning, competing on TV with two worldwide crises: the aftermat...

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  • 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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