• N. Korea Vows 'Physical Action' Against US Over Anti-Missile System
N. Korea Vows 'Physical Action' Against US Over Anti-Missile System

North Korea has threatened a " physical response " after the United States and South Korea announced an agreement to deploy an advanced missile defence system. But he dismissed the possibility as it would mean the North would have to launch a missile to target the small county 260 kilometers (161 miles) south of Seoul .

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  • Pence has long conservative record on immigration
Pence has long conservative record on immigration

In his tweet he said "I am pleased to announce that I have chosen Governor Mike Pence as my Vice Presidential running mate". Trump's comments on Pence's Cruz endorsement constituted only a snippet of the ad-libbed remarks the presumptive Republican presidential nominee made during his Saturday speech.

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  • Tony Blair faces calls for Iraq War legal action after Chilcot Report
Tony Blair faces calls for Iraq War legal action after Chilcot Report

Labour leader Andrew Little said the report's conclusions were predictable, and showed that Clark's judgement at the time was correct. His damning verdict suggested: British government departments spend more time arguing about who should record deaths than actually recording them; that recording stopped or slowed once hostilities started; and tha...

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  • Utah's Chaffetz vs Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey in Congressional hearing
Utah's Chaffetz vs Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey in Congressional hearing

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said he would refer Clinton's October 22 testimony to the FBI to investigate whether she lied to Congress. "But we do not investigate crimes in Congress". "I do not believe that all of the professionals that I dealt with in the State Department were ca...

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  • Multiple Police Officers Shot in Baton Rouge, 3 Dead
Multiple Police Officers Shot in Baton Rouge, 3 Dead

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump renewed his call for greater leadership and "law and order" in the wake of the killings. Terrance Carter spoke to The Associated Press on Sunday by telephone from his work. It was not immediately clear whether there is a link between Sunday's shootings and the recent unrest over the police killings o...

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  • Oscar Pistorius Is Sentenced For Murder, But He Got Off Relatively Easy
Oscar Pistorius Is Sentenced For Murder, But He Got Off Relatively Easy

Judge Masipa said she has considered all the evidence, submissions and case law. The manslaughter conviction was overturned a year ago by South Africa's Supreme Court, which instead convicted Pistorius of murder , a much more serious charge.

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  • Funeral prayers of Qandeel Baloch offered in DG Khan
Funeral prayers of Qandeel Baloch offered in DG Khan

Waseem reportedly confessed to killing his sister, stating to local media outlets that she was "bringing disrepute" to the "family's honor". Reacting on the killing of social media celebrity, Qawi, who was suspended from government's Ruet-e-Hilal Committee membership following the selfie controversy with Qandeel , said: "Those who have humilia...

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  • Trump, Pence talk to '60 Minutes'
Trump, Pence talk to '60 Minutes'

Mike Pence gives a speech following Donald Trump formally announcing the IN governor as his running mate. And Pence's quiet, low-profile personality, shaped in large part by his Christian faith, poses little threat of overshadowing that of Trump, who values loyalty in the people who work with him.

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  • Britain's Daily Mail newspaper backs May for prime minister
Britain's Daily Mail newspaper backs May for prime minister

Michael Gove announed that he would be running and said he would not support Boris Johnson's bid for leadership . Cabinet colleagues Michael Fallon and Patrick McLoughlin declared their backing for the Home Secretary's campaign as the candidates to replace David Cameron as Tory leader and premier jostled for support.

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  • Turkish army praises public role in thwarting coup
Turkish army praises public role in thwarting coup

Thousands have attended the funeral of six people in Istanbul who were killed during a botched coup attempt in Turkey. "The coup plotters, who are members of an illegal structure, have been neutralized as of now and will receive the heaviest punishment permitted by law", it concluded.

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  • Differences within Congress have been resolved, we are united: CM Khandu
Differences within Congress have been resolved, we are united: CM Khandu

It remains to be seen how Khandu, the son of former Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu, who died in a plane crash in 2011, navigates the complicated political scene in the state. The consensus on Pema was such that both Tuki and Pul have backed his candidature. On Saturday, no sooner the rebels reached Itanagar from Guwahati by road past midnight, th...

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  • Turkey coup attempt: USA warns Turkey against 'insinuations' of involvement
Turkey coup attempt: USA warns Turkey against 'insinuations' of involvement

Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said Sunday in a television interview about the government response that "the cleansing (operation) is continuing. The number could surpass 6,000". Mobs in Ankara and Istanbul were seen climbing on tanks and beating soldiers before forces loyal to the government detained those who attempted the coup.

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  • Yemen's warring sides resume UN-led peace talks in Kuwait
Yemen's warring sides resume UN-led peace talks in Kuwait

Talks were scheduled to resume on Friday after a two-week break. Expressing gratitude to the parties for coming anew to the negotiating table, the United Nations envoy confirmed that the new round of talks, expected for another two weeks, would focus on "maintaining cessation of combat actions in a full and comprehensive manner, activate the paci...

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  • Theresa May to Take Over as British PM After Brexit Shocks
Theresa May to Take Over as British PM After Brexit Shocks

Meanwhile, the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, faces a leadership challenge. Mr Cameron told then that he meant to stay in public life and would be "willing them on", saying "nothing is impossible". Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the EU Commission, said he "looked forward" to working closely with her in the wake of the Brexit vote, and wished Mr...

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  • Palestine Condemns Israeli Plans to Build 800 Houses in West Bank
Palestine Condemns Israeli Plans to Build 800 Houses in West Bank

The overnight demolitions took place in Qalandia refugee camp, between Jerusalem and Ramallah, with four Palestinians wounded in ensuing clashes, an AFP reporter said. At the end of the day, the sad reality for peoples on both sides of the conflict is that the things which they hold most dear - statehood [for Palestinians] and security [for Israe...

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  • Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in four states
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in four states

No candidate since 1960 has been elected without winning two of these three states. Take the Saints Trivia Quiz now! . All YouGov respondents in the battleground states were recontacted July 15-16, 2016 for a follow-up survey on the Vice Presidential announcement.

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  • US Claims 116 Killed in Drone Strikes, Critics Say 1000
US Claims 116 Killed in Drone Strikes, Critics Say 1000

Between 2,372 and 2,581 "combatants" were killed in the same period according the report , which excluded strikes in "areas of active hostilities" including Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Jameel Jaffer, the deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), expressed the need for further action in a blog post: "The release of more...

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  • I will vote to renew Trident, says ex-CND member Owen Smith
I will vote to renew Trident, says ex-CND member Owen Smith

Asked on the BBC's Andrew Marr show earlier in the day whether he would raise taxes on the rich, Mr Smith replied: "I think we need to completely overhaul our tax system, so yes". Labour's shadow foreign and defence secretaries have urged the party's MPs to abstain in Monday's Commons vote on renewing the Trident nuclear deterrent.

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  • Maine Republican Leaders Rallying Behind Trump in Ohio
Maine Republican Leaders Rallying Behind Trump in Ohio

Republicans who initially backed other candidates have "got to move on", said state Sen. The Republicans need Donald Trump to be a star in a positive sense, not a negative sense. He won't get a bigger audience is his life", he said. What's more, all of Trump's adult children will speak, as well as his wife, Melania. Marco Rubio in the Mach ...

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  • Minister Mohammed Ghabban Steps Down after Karradah Blasts, Baghdad
Minister Mohammed Ghabban Steps Down after Karradah Blasts, Baghdad

A few days after the deadliest of many vehicle bombings in Baghdad since the 2003, Iraq's interior minister submitted his official resignation on Tuesday and said that a deputy would take over his responsibilities. He added that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has not yet accepted his resignation. Al-Ghabban called on the government to hand ov...

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