• 4.4 magnitude quake jolts Lahore, other parts of Punjab
4.4 magnitude quake jolts Lahore, other parts of Punjab

The natural disaster was measured at 10 kilometers deep underground. Quake tremors were felt in various cities of Punjab on Sunday afternoon. Tremors were felt in parts of Surat district and in Bhavnagar, Amreli, Palitana, Savarkundla, Adajan, among other places, officials said.

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  • Tremors in Amritsar as 4.6 magnitude quake strikes India-Pakistan border
Tremors in Amritsar as 4.6 magnitude quake strikes India-Pakistan border

So far there are no reports of any property damage or loss to life. The depth was 10 kms. Tremors were felt in parts of Surat district and in Bhavnagar, Amreli, Palitana, Savarkundla, Adajan, among other places, officials said.

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  • French PM says clear that Nice truck driver was radicalized quickly
French PM says clear that Nice truck driver was radicalized quickly

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the killings on Saturday, three days after the assault. French investigators have arrested two more people as they continue to piece together details about the motives and preparations of the Tunisian who rammed a truck into a crowd in an Islamic State (IS)-claimed attack that killed 84.

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  • Security at US Conventions Was Concern Even Before Nice Attack
Security at US Conventions Was Concern Even Before Nice Attack

Niantric, the game's maker, say no personal information has been accessed, and it is issuing a bug fix to correct the problem. FBI Director James Comey said anytime there is a large, national event there is concern that radical people and groups may be drawn to it.

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  • VP Pick Pence 'A Man of Honor, Honesty'
VP Pick Pence 'A Man of Honor, Honesty'

He praised Trump effusively as "a good man", a fighter, a legendary businessman and a patriotic American. The formal introduction came a day after the Republican candidate had planned to make it. "We love IN, we love our country", Pence told reporters on Friday, "and I couldn't be more honored to have the opportunity to run with, and serve with t...

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  • Turkish protesters rally against coup attempt in major cities
Turkish protesters rally against coup attempt in major cities

As the attempted coup unfolded, Erdogan had called on people to take to the streets to show support for his government. He addressed his American counterpart, Barack Obama, directly: "Dear Mr. Gulen's supporters, both inside and outside Turkey , quickly renounced the coup and rejected Erdogan's claims that they played any role in Friday's insurre...

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  • Kerry: Claims US backed Turkey coup 'utterly false'
Kerry: Claims US backed Turkey coup 'utterly false'

His movement , known as Hizmet, has followers in many countries of the world, and appeals to the secular non-Islamist Turks. Relations between Ankara and Washington have been rocky, but both have broadly cooperated in the military campaign in Iraq and Syria .

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  • N. Texas Republicans Head To GOP Convention in Cleveland
N. Texas Republicans Head To GOP Convention in Cleveland

Security experts say the truck attack will heighten security concerns. Adams said she wanted the presumptive nominee to talk about the economy and the military when he addresses the convention. He said Trump has acted correctly in declining to "strong arm" delegates to "water down" the party's platform. "I went on Facebook and social media to f...

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  • Death Toll in Horrific Nice, France, Truck Attack Rises to 84
Death Toll in Horrific Nice, France, Truck Attack Rises to 84

The source said police had questioned hundreds of people since Thursday, several of whom said Lahouaiej-Bouhlel did show signs of being religious. The defense minister also said that in response to the attack France will maintain its mobilization of 10,000 additional troops.

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  • China loses to Philippines in Hague
China loses to Philippines in Hague

Unlike Aquino, Duterte has said he wants to talk directly with China over the issue. AS expected, China has instantly and rightly rejected so-called award of the Arbitral Tribunal in the South China Sea Arbitration established at the request of the Republic of the Philippines .

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  • Bangladesh slaps ban on Zakir Naik's Peace TV
Bangladesh slaps ban on Zakir Naik's Peace TV

Also, confirming that inquiry has begun, Mumbai Police said, "Zakir Naik's public documents, videos and social media posts are being examined". A Dhaka report has said the Bangladesh government was investigating Naik and examining the possibilities of banning his “provocative” speeches in the wake of two attacks in the country within a week, in...

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  • FM back home after Israel visit
FM back home after Israel visit

The settlers live in the heart of a Palestinian area and are protected by thousands of Israeli soldiers, while local Palestinians endure restricted movement due to the military checkpoints in and around Hebron's historic Old City. Israel says most were assailants. Shoukry, who has been foreign minister for two years, visited Ramallah for the firs...

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  • Netanyahu outlines re-engagement with Africa in Kenya
Netanyahu outlines re-engagement with Africa in Kenya

Addressing the press at the State House, the two leaders noted that they faced the same challenges. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said his government opposes the "indiscriminate use of violence" as well as bigotry. "International terrorism suffered a stinging defeat", from the mission in July 1976. Israel is building a 30km wall on its bord...

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  • Bangladesh Police Arrest 3 Who Rented Property To Cafe Attackers
Bangladesh Police Arrest 3 Who Rented Property To Cafe Attackers

The two others held are Ahsan's nephew Alam Chowdhury, and Mahbubur Rahman Tuhin, the building manager. The government says two domestic militant groups trying to replace secular democracy with Islamic sharia rule are responsible for the violence.

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  • Australian Election 2016: Markets ill at ease over pending election results
Australian Election 2016: Markets ill at ease over pending election results

The Labor Party has acknowledged it is unlikely to reach a majority of 76 seats , but it is not giving up hope of forming a minority government . In the wake of the chaos, Labor Party leader Bill Shorten called on the prime minister to resign.

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  • 'Kim Kardashian of Pakistan' Allegedly Murdered by Brother in 'Honor Killing'
'Kim Kardashian of Pakistan' Allegedly Murdered by Brother in 'Honor Killing'

Most recently, Baloch became embroiled in public scandal when she posted selfies with Mufti Adbul Qavi, a prominent cleric, in a Karachi hotel room during the holy Islamic month of Ramadan. "As women we must stand up for ourselves". She was as popular as she was polarising, with her Facebook page garnering more than 725,000 likes. She also ...

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  • New UK Prime Minister Theresa May Vows to 'Build a Better Britain'
New UK Prime Minister Theresa May Vows to 'Build a Better Britain'

Speaking directly to people who were "just managing", she said: "The government I lead will be driven, not by the interests of the privileged few, but by yours". Saying his goodbyes to his colleagues at a good-natured question-and-answer session, Mr Cameron declared that his party was 2-0 over its Labour rivals in giving the country a female pri...

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  • Obama will leave 8400 soldiers in Afghanistan
Obama will leave 8400 soldiers in Afghanistan

Obama said from the White House's Roosevelt Room, noting that "the Taliban remains a threat". Now, more than 8,000 troops will remain, and it will be up to Obama's successor to order any further reductions. "I think the next president of the United States must reverse the decisions President Obama has made in the last eight years", McCain said. S...

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  • 2nd candidate challenges Corbyn for Labour crown
2nd candidate challenges Corbyn for Labour crown

Mr Smith's leadership launch will come after Mr Corbyn felt moved to tell his supporters not to abuse his challengers for the leadership amid rising intensity in Labour's civil war. Pundits have predicted the bitter battle could signal the end of the Labour Party as people know it, with talk of a mass exodus if Mr Corbyn is successful.

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  • Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in Virginia, NBC News poll says
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in Virginia, NBC News poll says

The participants were polled on either their cellphone or landline phone. Nineteen percent of voters think that Trump can "unite the country", while only 17 percent said they thought Clinton could do the same. In recent weeks, Clinton has started to acknowledge that many voters simply do not trust her. The Harvard IOP Poll echoes that s...

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