• Pauline Hanson fields attack from Aboriginal leader Murrandoo Yanner while visiting Cairns
Pauline Hanson fields attack from Aboriginal leader Murrandoo Yanner while visiting Cairns

Video emerged on Saturday of Ms Hanson and her staff being verbally abused by Mr Yanner at the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair in Far North Queensland, with the Gulf Aboriginal leader accusing her of "kicking the Muslims around". The small crowd can be heard cheering Mr Yanner on as he continued to give Ms Hanson a piece of his mind. She has pre...

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  • Former Christie Aide Pleads Guilty in United Airlines Bribery Case
Former Christie Aide Pleads Guilty in United Airlines Bribery Case

The former chairman of the agency that controls New York City-area airports faces up to two years in prison after pleading guilty to using his post to get United Airlines to provide direct air service to make it easier to get to his vacation home.

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  • 2 more arrested in France truck terror attack, dozens still hospitalized
2 more arrested in France truck terror attack, dozens still hospitalized

Cazeneuve said the father of three "seemed to have been radicalised very quickly , from what his friends and family" had told police. Surveillance camera footage of the area in Nice has revealed Bouhlel carried out a number of reconnaissance trips ahead of his attack.

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  • Pokemon Go servers are down again and people are panicking
Pokemon Go servers are down again and people are panicking

Pokemon Go was previously released on July 6 in countries including the United States, Australia and New Zealand. Pokemon Go , the mega-viral game, has been in the news for its addictive nature. The company added that they are now "working on a fix" and that gamers should remain patient until it goes back to normal. Pokemon Go players found ...

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  • Pakistani social media celebrity murdered by brother
Pakistani social media celebrity murdered by brother

Qandeel, who was also a small time model and an actress, was strangled to death in her house in Multan's Karimabad area in the early hours of Saturday morning. . Her father Mohammed Azeem told the newspaper that his daughter was fearless and that he would not forgive his son for the brutal killing. In the wake of that scandal, Baloch said s...

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  • Comey: A theory on what happened with Hillary
Comey: A theory on what happened with Hillary

Comey explained that he could not prove Clinton knew she would receive classified information on her unsecured server, and beyond that, that she chose to use the system anyway. Comey said she had multiple devices and that investigators found thousands of work-related emails that had not been turned over. Chaffetz then asked Comey whether the FBI...

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  • Turkey coup attempt: Some 6000 people detained, says minister
Turkey coup attempt: Some 6000 people detained, says minister

At least 161 people were killed and 1,440 others wounded in the coup attempt, Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Saturday. We have around 6,000 people detained. The cleric condemned the attempted coup and said he played no role in it. Kerry said the United States fully anticipated there will be questions raised about Gulen, adding th...

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  • Kevin Rudd seeks nomination for United Nations secretary general role
Kevin Rudd seeks nomination for United Nations secretary general role

A total of 10 candidates have already thrown their hats into the ring, including director-general of Unesco, Irina Bokova, former New Zealand prime minister and United Nations development program administrator, Helen Clark, and the former United Nations climate change commissioner, Christiana Figueres.

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  • Slain Baton Rouge officer was new father
Slain Baton Rouge officer was new father

The gunman, identified by a U.S. official as 29-year-old Gavin Long from Kansas City, Missouri, was killed in a shootout with police a short time after he opened fire on the first group of officers. Edwards said he has been in touch with President Barack Obama, who expressed condolences to the Baton Rouge community on behalf of the entire nat...

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  • New Clinton ad paints Trump as unsteady
New Clinton ad paints Trump as unsteady

Clinton's numbers are not quite so negative - 42 favorable and 54 unfavorable. Bernie Sanders, and the announcement by the Federal Bureau of Investigation that Clinton would not face charges for her use of a personal email server while secretary of state.

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  • Obama says Black Lives Matter. But he doesn't ensure they do
Obama says Black Lives Matter. But he doesn't ensure they do

At times the noise has been paralyzing, triggering defensiveness and passionate rhetoric that has been more about self-identity than about bridging the fissures. Why do those lives not matter? In Dallas, a group of Black Lives Matter demonstrators crossed the street to join a group of white counter-demonstrators.

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  • Brother strangulates sister to death as she sleeps
Brother strangulates sister to death as she sleeps

Baloch's death has prompted a wave of shock and revulsion in a country where hundreds of women are murdered for "honour" every year. Waseem Baloch , the brother of slain model Qandeel Baloch, following his arrest at a police station in Multan .

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  • GOP Platform Committee Votes Down Amendments On ISIS Targeting LGBT Community
GOP Platform Committee Votes Down Amendments On ISIS Targeting LGBT Community

Donald Trump may be getting all the attention for his radical policy proposals, but the delegates tasked with drafting the Republican Party platform this week have adopted a series of eye-opening positions that push the party further to the right-in some cases, further than Trump himself.

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  • Email Scandal: Was The Fix In For FBI's Investigation Of Hillary?
Email Scandal: Was The Fix In For FBI's Investigation Of Hillary?

Comey recommended on Tuesday that no criminal charges be brought against Clinton, but he criticized her and her staff for being “extremely careless” in their handling of classified information. "I do not believe that they did anything that in any way, they believed, was inappropriate". And I think there is a legitimate concern that there is a doubl...

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  • Failed Military Coup Could Help Erdogan Get What He Wants
Failed Military Coup Could Help Erdogan Get What He Wants

Broadcaster NTV cited Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag as saying that more arrests were expected on top of the 6,000 people already detained. Thousands of people staged rallies across Turkey to celebrate the victory of democracy after a military coup failed, Anadolu Agency reports.

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  • United Kingdom 'won't leave' Europe, Boris Johnson said
United Kingdom 'won't leave' Europe, Boris Johnson said

Critics of Johnson's appointment have already pointed out his numerous gaffes and propensity for offending foreign leaders. Questioned by reporters on the remarks, Boris Johnson said that "the United States of America will be in the front of the queue" for an apology.

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  • Obama on Baton Rouge: 'Cowards' Attacked Police
Obama on Baton Rouge: 'Cowards' Attacked Police

Police are still searching for that man. At least three police officers were shot dead in Baton Rouge on Sunday morning, in what the town's mayor calls an ambush attack . The site of recent shootings in Baton Rouge . The third officer killed Sunday, an East Baton Rouge Parish deputy, was 45 years old. "Regardless of motive, the death of t...

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  • Obama urges Americans to tamp down inflammatory rhetoric
Obama urges Americans to tamp down inflammatory rhetoric

He stressed the need to "focus on words and actions that can unite this country rather than divide it further". "We need to temper our words and open our hearts - all of us". Obama spoke at the memorial service for the officers killed and told Americans not to despair, that the nation is not as divided as it might seem. The former secretary of st...

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  • Baton Rouge Sheriff: It's Not About Gun Control
Baton Rouge Sheriff: It's Not About Gun Control

Obama stated that he'd already spoken to Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and Baton Rouge mayor Kip Holden , and offered them the full support of the federal government in achieving justice for the slain and wounded officers. "We hurt for our brothers and sisters at the Baton Rouge Police Department", the Facebook post read, next to a photo of...

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  • Baton Rouge officers killed in shooting; suspect dead
Baton Rouge officers killed in shooting; suspect dead

Cain says two people had been detained in another town called Addis, which is near Baton Rouge, and called them "persons of interests". Initially authorities believed two other shooters might be at large. Witness Brady Vancel told CBS television affiliate WAFB that he saw what may have been gang members shooting at each other before police arri...

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