• Police say more than 1 officer shot in Baton Rouge
Police say more than 1 officer shot in Baton Rouge

A witness told WBRZ News 2 that a man was dressed in black with his face covered shot indiscriminately as he walked between a convenience store and vehicle wash. Sterling's funeral was Friday. Grief-stricken relatives broke down in tears as the man lay in an open casket at the service. The Baton Rouge Police Department's phone rang busy when ...

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  • Two further arrests in Nice over truck attack
Two further arrests in Nice over truck attack

Despite being the third major terrorist strike on French soil in 18 months, Cazeneuve has defended the security efforts, claiming France is facing, 'a new kind of attack'. "(IS) is encouraging individuals unknown to our services to stage attacks. that is without a doubt the case in the Nice attack", he said Sunday. Cruickshank said "no country in...

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  • Egypt's Shoukry Offers Netanyahu Help in Reviving Peace Talks
Egypt's Shoukry Offers Netanyahu Help in Reviving Peace Talks

Egypt is ready to contribute to achieve this goal". Shoukry affirmed the Egyptian stance to Abbas, supporting the restoration of peace talks between Palestinians and Israelis. In June, representatives from 28 Arab and Western countries, the Arab League, European Union and the United Nations met in Paris to discuss ways to help advance peace eff...

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  • Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan urges Obama to extradite Gulen movement leader
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan urges Obama to extradite Gulen movement leader

He finally addressed the nation from an undisclosed location, speaking on his cellphone's FaceTime app - a dramatic scene that seemed to suggest a man on the verge of losing power. The President has come out strongly against those involved in the coup, ordering the arrest of nearly 3000 prosecutors and judges believed to have played a part in the o...

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  • Shocking! Qandeel Baloch was drugged before she was strangled, confesses brother Waseem!
Shocking! Qandeel Baloch was drugged before she was strangled, confesses brother Waseem!

Qandeel Baloch, whose real name was Fauzia Azeem, was regarded as Pakistan's first social media celebrity who divided the conservative country over her raunchy posts. She also made headlines when she promised a strip tease if the Pakistan national cricket team won an global match - the team lost. Wasim told reporters that he drugged her and then ...

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  • Clinton says she relied on State aides for classification decisions
Clinton says she relied on State aides for classification decisions

The former secretary of state admitted at the time that it would have been "smarter" to use an official e-mail account and last October she handed over 55,000 pages of e-mails to the State Department, which published some of them each month through February 29.

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  • Unsuccessful Coup in Turkey Leaves Over 260 Dead
Unsuccessful Coup in Turkey Leaves Over 260 Dead

Meanwhile, Turkish Airlines said it has cancelled 196 domestic and worldwide flights in and out of Istanbul due to disruptions in air traffic brought on by the attempted coup. "Government should be won through a process of free and fair elections, not force". "I didn't sleep. We've been following the situation in Turkey ".

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  • Auschwitz asks 'Pokemon Go' to keep monsters out of death camp
Auschwitz asks 'Pokemon Go' to keep monsters out of death camp

PokeStops could also be a major reason why the museum , and even the cemetery, is attracting great attention from Pokemon masters around town. Unfortunately, it appears the museum in the US capital, like many other public locations, is designated as a PokeStop within the game - a place where players can stock up on in-game supplies.

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  • Quotes on Boris Johnson's appointment as UK's chief diplomat
Quotes on Boris Johnson's appointment as UK's chief diplomat

Former Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt, now the leading federalist liberal in the European Parliament, summed up the feelings of many on the continent when he tweeted: "Clearly British humor has no borders". When it comes to U.S. Democrats and Republicans, Johnson seems an equal opportunity offender. Davis, who served under Conservativ...

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  • Indonesia urged to take stance on South China Sea
Indonesia urged to take stance on South China Sea

But the Philippines is willing to share natural resources with Beijing in contested South China Sea areas even if it wins a legal challenge next week, Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay told AFP Friday. On Tuesday, Beijing sought to downplay fears of conflict in the South China Sea after an influential state-run newspaper said Beijing s...

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  • David Cameron receives standing ovation following hilarious final PMQs
David Cameron receives standing ovation following hilarious final PMQs

Earlier Wednesday, Cameron appeared to be in a jovial mood as he told members of Parliament: "I have addressed 5,500 questions from this dispatch box - I'll leave it to others to decide how many I've answered". Downing Street says the nation sends him daily gifts and treats but he spends much of his time "testing antique furniture for napping quali...

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  • Sanders Endorses Clinton, But Colorado's Democratic Delegates Are Still Split
Sanders Endorses Clinton, But Colorado's Democratic Delegates Are Still Split

As the Democrats consolidate, Clinton appears to be pushing policies that will help capture Sanders' supporters. The endorsement from Sanders comes after he held out for several weeks despite the fact that Clinton had easily surpassed the number of delegates needed to clinch the nomination.

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  • Syrian troops besiege rebel-held parts of Aleppo
Syrian troops besiege rebel-held parts of Aleppo

The Castello Road had been used by rebels but also by shopkeepers to bring in produce for and by people visiting relatives in Aleppo . The United Nations is deeply alarmed by the escalating violence in and around Aleppo city putting hundreds of thousands of people at risk of death and injury, " said a joint statement issued by Yacoub El Hi...

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  • Owen Smith launches bid to be next Labour leader
Owen Smith launches bid to be next Labour leader

The decision may still be challenged in court. They are what the grass roots of the Labour Party is about and why I joined almost 50 years ago, and what I have worked for ever since. "It was understandable when the born again Blairites were plotting against Corbyn , and then it increased into the coup last week, the avalanche", said Mr Flynn.

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  • Two new arrests in Nice truck attack as Islamic State's claim studied
Two new arrests in Nice truck attack as Islamic State's claim studied

Some 85 people are still in hospital after the attack, 18 of which are in a life-threatening condition. He had been parked on the street for almost nine hours and even told police he was delivering ice cream before carrying out his deadly attack.

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  • Canada Post workers not walking off the job, at least until Wednesday
Canada Post workers not walking off the job, at least until Wednesday

Canada Post says talks with the union representing postal workers continue and it still hopes to negotiate a deal. CUPW responded to the action, and in a press release of their own said Canada Post was driving 50,000 employees out without pay.

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  • Information blackout in India-controlled Kashmir in bid to curb unrest
Information blackout in India-controlled Kashmir in bid to curb unrest

About 36 people have been killed and 3,100 wounded, majority by police fire, in the worst outbreak of violence in six years in the disputed territory also claimed by India's archrival Pakistan. Internet service and mobile services remain suspended aggravating the miseries of the restrictions-hit people of the Valley. Cows feed from a pile of garb...

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  • 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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  • Two arrested in Nice over truck attack -- judiciary source
Two arrested in Nice over truck attack -- judiciary source

People gather around a makeshift memorial to pay their respects. "The world mustn't stop", he said. France will call up 12,000 police reservists and boost security measures across the country in the wake of the Nice attack, the interior minister announced Saturday.

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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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