• Pak model Qandeel Baloch's killer brother not sorry
Pak model Qandeel Baloch's killer brother not sorry

Azhar Akram, Multan's chief police officer, told CNN that Baloch was killed by her brother in her family's home after he had protested at the "kind of pictures she had been posting online". Obaid-Chinoy's film "A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness" was hailed by Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who in February vowed to push through ...

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  • 3 law enforcement officers killed, 3 wounded, suspect dead
3 law enforcement officers killed, 3 wounded, suspect dead

University of Alabama officials said he attended school there for one semester in 2012. Sterling's nephew condemned the killing of the three Baton Rouge officers. In a city already tense after a high-profile police shooting of an African-American man, three Baton Rouge police officers were killed and three others wounded Sunday.

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  • Chris Froome teases his rivals with 'fake' attack
Chris Froome teases his rivals with 'fake' attack

It was the first of three days of national mourning in France and fans waved the country's flag all along the mostly flat 208.5-kilometer (130-mile) route from Montelimar to the bird sanctuary of Parc des Oiseaux in Villars-Les-Dombes near Lyon.

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  • Children are watching: Clinton targets Trump's rhetoric in new ad
Children are watching: Clinton targets Trump's rhetoric in new ad

Voters are also more likely to see Trump as honest in what he says (49% say so vs. 41% for Clinton ). Through it all, support for Trump against Clinton continues to hover at around an average of 40 percent, with most Clinton defectors from past surveys now indicating they plan to vote for a third party candidate.

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  • UK Parliament to vote on renewing nuclear weapons arsenal
UK Parliament to vote on renewing nuclear weapons arsenal

The Government says the latest estimate puts the cost of the four successor submarines at £31 billion over 20 years with a £10 billion contingency - on average 20p in every £100 the state spends. Mr Smith, who is formally launching his bid for the Labour leadership on Sunday, told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "I will vote to renew Trident". "I'm a...

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  • Pistorius jailed for six years for murdering his girlfriend
Pistorius jailed for six years for murdering his girlfriend

Masipa said she saw no evidence that Steenkamp's murder was a case of domestic violence, despite public perception that it was. The 29-year-old Paralympic gold medallist's sentence was increased from culpable homicide to murder by the Supreme Court of Appeal in December.

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  • USA to send 560 more troops to Iraq
USA to send 560 more troops to Iraq

Government forces said on Saturday they had recovered the air base, about 60 km (40 miles) from the northern city, with air support from the USA -led military coalition. The ultimate goal, he added, was "the recapture of all of Iraqi territory by the Iraqi security forces, but of course Mosul is the biggest part of that".

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  • Recent Poll Shows Trump Leads Clinton Among Missouri Voters
Recent Poll Shows Trump Leads Clinton Among Missouri Voters

As a effect, he has largely ceded control over what the voting public is learning about him. Overall, Trump voters are more likely to show strong support for the future of their candidate, with 36 percent of rating themselves "very enthusiastic", compared to just 21 percent of Clinton supporters.

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  • Germany urges United Kingdom to swiftly leave EU
Germany urges United Kingdom to swiftly leave EU

Lesser-known than Johnson but at least as important to Britain's future is David Davis, the cumbersomely titled Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union. "The Secretary and Foreign Secretary Johnson agreed that the U.S.-U.K. special relationship is as essential as ever, and they pledged to work closely together as North Atlantic Treaty Org...

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  • Decision made in good faith: Blair
Decision made in good faith: Blair

His voice cracking with emotion, Blair said he had " more sorrow, regret and apology than you may ever know or can believe" for some mistakes in the planning of a war that deeply divided Britain. Britain did not properly assess how many civilians were killed during its invasion and occupation of Iraq and must do so in future, the Chilcot report ...

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  • Turkey detains 6000, including military officers, after failed coup
Turkey detains 6000, including military officers, after failed coup

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration had suspended all U.S. airline carriers from flying to or from Istanbul and Ankara Airports. LINKED TO COUP? A handout file picture made available on December 27, 2013 by fgulen.com shows Fethullah Gulen, an Islamic opinion leader and founder of the Gulen movement.

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  • 'Pakistani Kim Kardashian' is killed by brother
'Pakistani Kim Kardashian' is killed by brother

Waseem (25) said that he killed her as she brought "dishonour to the Baloch name" due to risque videos and statements that she posted on social media. "She was a working class woman who dared to be exactly herself". It would indeed be unreasonable and even unfair to point fingers towards the clergy for Qandeel's murder; however, it can not ...

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  • Bahrain court orders main Shiite party dissolved
Bahrain court orders main Shiite party dissolved

In its ruling, the High Civil Court today said the society had repeatedly objected the legitimacy of Bahrain's constitution, supported violent action and posted pictures of terrorists brandishing sharp tools while claiming they were peaceful demonstrators.

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  • 12-Year-Old Arrested in Plot to Shoot Baton Rouge Police
12-Year-Old Arrested in Plot to Shoot Baton Rouge Police

Bridgewater did not enter a plea to a firearms theft charge and was held in custody at a Baton Rouge jail because his bail for a 2015 criminal charge was revoked after his July 10 arrest . Mr Sharpton called for more accountability for police officers who kill African-Americans and reeled off a list of high-profile police shootings that have ang...

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  • Egypts Foreign Minister Visits Israel to Talk about Matters of Mutual Concern
Egypts Foreign Minister Visits Israel to Talk about Matters of Mutual Concern

In a statement on Sunday, Egypt's foreign ministry said Shoukry's visit was part of a push by Cairo to restart peace talks between the Palestinians and Israel. It is believed Israel and Egypt share intelligence to combat Hamas in the Gaza Strip and the self-declared Islamic State's militants in Egypt's Sinai desert.

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  • David Davis: Scotland can not have a veto over Brexit deal
David Davis: Scotland can not have a veto over Brexit deal

Asked by the BBC's Andrew Marr whether this meant Scotland had now effectively been given a veto on the United Kingdom leaving the EU, Scottish First Minister Ms Sturgeon said: "That appears to be an interpretation that some people but on the Prime Minister's remarks".

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  • Baton Rouge police killer: An ex-Marine from Kansas City
Baton Rouge police killer: An ex-Marine from Kansas City

Trump is using Richard Nixon's 1968 playbook. We must continue working to build trust between communities and law enforcement. President Barrack Obama released a statement offering his full support to police forces around the country and condemning all violence against police.

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  • Brother kills Pakistani social media celebrity
Brother kills Pakistani social media celebrity

He said that he along with his wife went to sleep on the rooftop while Qandeel slept in a room where Waseem strangled her to death as he was against her working in showbiz. Azeen told local media that Waseem had stayed overnight at the family home and quarrelled with Baloch over money and her racy photos. Baloch had requested for her securi...

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  • Turkish gov't cracks down after coup try; 6000 detained
Turkish gov't cracks down after coup try; 6000 detained

Mr Erdogan spoke to his supporters in front of his Istanbul residence on Sunday evening. Explosions and gunfire erupted throughout the night. Chanting, dancing and waving flags, tens of thousands of Turks marched through the streets to defend democracy and support the country's long-time leader.

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  • Emotional day Turks celebrate failed coup, mourn death of hundreds
Emotional day Turks celebrate failed coup, mourn death of hundreds

The roundup includes dozens of senior military personnel and judges, the Anadolu news agency reported. U.S. authorities banned all airlines from flying from Turkey to the United States, citing continued security concerns, and urged U.S.

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