• Scotland's Sturgeon says
Scotland's Sturgeon says "inconceivable" for United Kingdom to block future independence vote

Ms May travelled to Scotland to meet Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister, and discuss plans for Britain's Brexit negotiation. Scotland voted universally to remain in the European Union - as did London , Northern Ireland and Gibraltar - but the overall United Kingdom voted 52-48 to Leave in the 23 June referendum.

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  • Kerry: Claims US was involved in Turkish coup are false
Kerry: Claims US was involved in Turkish coup are false

By Saturday evening there were still isolated rebel pockets but the government declared the situation fully under control, saying 2,839 people had been rounded up, from foot soldiers to senior officers, including those who had formed "the backbone" of the rebellion.

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  • US House Passes Iran Sanctions, Financial Services Measures
US House Passes Iran Sanctions, Financial Services Measures

Washington and Tehran are expanding cooperation. Preceding provided by the White House and by U.S. State Department. Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, chairman of the Expediency Council, hailed the involvement of Iran in the worldwide project on nuclear fusion known as ITER, saying it would have been impossible to achieve this without the nuclear pact....

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  • ISIS confirmed Nice terror attack : We did it!
ISIS confirmed Nice terror attack : We did it!

Police have arrested four more people linked to Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, as well as his estranged wife. Defence and intelligence leaders are gathering at the Elysee Palace, the official residence of the French president, for talks about the atrocity, the third mass casualty attack against France in 18 months.

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  • Erdogan demands USA extradite Gulen
Erdogan demands USA extradite Gulen

A source at the office of the presidency, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with government rules, said the 161 toll "excludes assailants". Mr Erdogan, who had been holidaying on the southwest coast when the coup attempt was launched, flew into Istanbul before dawn on Saturday and told thousands of flag-waving supporters at the airpo...

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  • No proof of Saudi govt link to 9/11
No proof of Saudi govt link to 9/11

The document names individuals who knew the hijackers after they arrived in the United States and helped them get apartments, open bank accounts and connect with local mosques. In addition, a CBS 60 Minutes report that aired in April of 2016 suggested that a respected Saudi diplomat who is "known to hold extremist views" helped the hijackers aft...

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  • Australia in limbo as vote counting in tight election to take days
Australia in limbo as vote counting in tight election to take days

Far-right One Nation party founder Pauline Hanson used the deadlock to promote her Islamophobic agenda. "They feel that they have been swamped by Asians", the leader said, adding "And regardless of that now, a lot of Australians feel Asians are buying up prime agricultural land, housing".

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  • Ethiopia Says Ready To Send More Peacekeepers To South Sudan If Asked
Ethiopia Says Ready To Send More Peacekeepers To South Sudan If Asked

The ceasefire took effect from 6 p.m. on Monday and any member of the Machar-led forces who surrendered must also be protected, Makuei said . Speaking to reporters at the presidential compound in Juba , President Kiir said he does not want further bloodshed in South Sudan and wants Machar, the country's top vice president, to come back "so we...

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  • Amid somber memorial service, George W. Bush's swaying noticed
Amid somber memorial service, George W. Bush's swaying noticed

And when the service began, Mayor Mike Rawlings spoke for all of us when, with two presidents, a vice president, and their wives, seated to his right, he welcomed a nation watching on live television. What is shocking is how Patrick's statement came in drastic contrast of the Texas Governor, who called for unity among Texans and support of law ...

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  • Egyptian Foreign Minister Visits Israel, Lobbies for Peace
Egyptian Foreign Minister Visits Israel, Lobbies for Peace

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent Africa tour prompted concerns among Egyptian analysts and scholars who noted that Israel's outreach to Nile Basin States could complicate negotiations about water rights and the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

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  • Minnesota Cop Reacted to Gun, not Race
Minnesota Cop Reacted to Gun, not Race

Paul . "Was Castile an especially bad driver or just unlucky?" On Thursday, a "lone shooter" who "wanted to kill white people" shot dead five police officers in Dallas . Most of the tickets and fines were going to blacks. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the Minnesota governor's mansion in St. Paul to support family and friends gri...

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  • People Die After Consuming Spurious Liquor in UP
People Die After Consuming Spurious Liquor in UP

The hooch tragedy occurred at Johari Darwaza area in Aliganj when locals consumed liquor at a late night get together. Villagers, mostly poor farmers and workers, fell ill after drinking the alcohol on Friday night. Three district officials and seven policemen have been suspended for neglect of duty with state authorities ordering an investigatio...

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  • Three Days Of Mourning Underway In France Following Nice Attack
Three Days Of Mourning Underway In France Following Nice Attack

There is not yet any compelling proof that Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a 31-year-old French-Tunisian, was anything other than a disaffected petty criminal who has, at most, used ISIL as a flag of convenience to express his anger and frustration.

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  • Is new British PM Theresa May good for Poland?
Is new British PM Theresa May good for Poland?

May ditched finance minister George Osborne, Cameron's closest ally, and appointed former foreign secretary Philip Hammond to the job instead, charging him with the task of calming fears over the potential damage of leaving Britain's biggest market.

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  • France calls up Reserves, boosts security measures in wake of Nice ttack
France calls up Reserves, boosts security measures in wake of Nice ttack

An Islamic State-run media outlet says the man who barreled his truck into a crowd in the French coastal city of Nice is a "soldier" of the group. This morning, the so-called Islamic State assumed the responsibility for the attack in Nice, saying that Bouhlel was one of its "soldier" and was acting on its behalf.

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  • Foreign Office warns Britons in Turkey amid military coup bid
Foreign Office warns Britons in Turkey amid military coup bid

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who appears to have survived a bloody attempt to remove him from power, is the most divisive leader in the history of the modern Turkish republic. "I pray to God for Turkey, for Turkish citizens, and for all those now in Turkey that this situation is resolved peacefully and quickly". Three top commanders who were held hostag...

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  • Don't travel to Turkey: US warns citizens after coup attempt
Don't travel to Turkey: US warns citizens after coup attempt

The prickly back-and-forth
occurred as Turkey closed its airspace, effectively grounding USA warplanes that had been targeting Islamic State fighters in Syria and Iraq. The United States, emphasizing the importance of its alliance with Turkey's current leadership, expressed support for the democratically elected government as the violence unfolded.

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  • Clinton using Republican convention to spur voter signups
Clinton using Republican convention to spur voter signups

Bruised by the way party leaders handled debate on a series of proposed rules changes, leaders of anti-Trump groups vowed Friday to find ways to draw at least some political blood when the party meeting begins Monday. "In Florida, what she is doing on the ground with voter registration could be the difference between winning and losing", said Steve...

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  • France Calls Up Reserves, Boosts Security Measures in Wake of Nice Attack
France Calls Up Reserves, Boosts Security Measures in Wake of Nice Attack

People who are susceptible to IS extremist organisation messages can be convinced without prior training to commit extremely brutal crimes, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told French news agency AFP on Saturday. 'The terrorist demanded the biggest vehicle we have, ' she said. The statement comes as four men believed to be linked to the Tunis...

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  • Zimbabwe 'shut down' over economic collapse
Zimbabwe 'shut down' over economic collapse

Mrs. Mujuru told a news conference held at her Harare residence Tuesday that President Mugabe should dissolve government to pave way for fresh elections to contain the country's economic crisis. Mawarire's #ThisFlag movement has also called for a total shutdown of the country today to force government to deal decisively with the deteriorating econo...

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