• Brother of Pakistan's answer to Kim Kardashian arrested for her murder
Brother of Pakistan's answer to Kim Kardashian arrested for her murder

Qandeel Baloch was a social media celebrity. Her younger brother Waseem Baloch was already caught for drugging and strangling Qandeel in their family home. She became a household name in the Islamic Republic in 2014 for posting bold pictures, videos or comments, which attracted criticism as well as support.

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  • Theresa May: Brexit negotiations are in her hands, or not?
Theresa May: Brexit negotiations are in her hands, or not?

Among other appointments, rising star Amber Rudd switched from the energy ministry to take May's old job as Home Secretary. Under the bloc's rules, European Union nationals can move feely among member states, and Britain has seen its population swelled by hundreds of thousands of new European Union arrivals in recent years.

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  • 2 more people detained in Nice truck attack investigation
2 more people detained in Nice truck attack investigation

The promenade in Nice where a truck driver drove into crowds watching the Bastille Day fireworks display, killing 84 and injuring 200, has reopened as France continues to bolster its defences against terrorism across the country. Bouhlel was known to police for petty crimes but was not on a watch list of suspected militants. He had one criminal c...

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  • RAF flight carrying Boris Johnson makes emergency landing at Luton Airport
RAF flight carrying Boris Johnson makes emergency landing at Luton Airport

What exactly does "other means" mean, exactly? A spokesman for Luton Airport said: "At 17.26 an RAF aircraft landed safely at London Luton Airport after reporting a technical issue". The meeting will be Mr. Johnson's first trip back to Brussels, a former home, in his new post. Johnson's own influence in the Brexit process may be limited however...

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  • Kyle Edmund takes Britain into Davis Cup semifinals
Kyle Edmund takes Britain into Davis Cup semifinals

Krajinovic replaced Janko Tipsarevic, who was easily defeated by Kyle Edmund 6-3, 6-4, 6-0 in the first singles match on Friday. He played superbly until nerves kicked in when he served for the match in the third set but recovered his composure to win 6-3 6-4 7-6 (5).

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  • United States airstrikes killed up to 116 civilians: White House
United States airstrikes killed up to 116 civilians: White House

Government information. Washington-After waiting so long since the U.S. President Barack Obama pledged to be transparent and said he will announce the real number of the civilian victims, who were inadvertently killed in strikes in countries where America is not at war , a major disclosure likely to inflame debate about targeted killings a...

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  • Cavendish sprints his way closer to record
Cavendish sprints his way closer to record

Credit: Road Cycling UK " The difference this year (with 2015) is the track (preparation for the Olympics) but not just that. "It's incredible, the last climb has been extremely hard". Finishing in the main pack during the 14th stage, Chris Froome had little trouble holding onto the yellow jersey. Froome continues to lead by one minute and 47 ...

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  • Baton Rouge officers feared dead in shooting
Baton Rouge officers feared dead in shooting

One of three officers slain in an "ambush-style" attack in Baton Rouge was identified by family members as 32-year-old Montrell Jackson, who was both a father and a husband. Since the shooting death of Alton Sterling by Baton Rouge police earlier this month, the department has anxious about credible threats against officers.

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  • Phil Mickelson congratulates Henrik Stenson on winning The Open at Royal Troon
Phil Mickelson congratulates Henrik Stenson on winning The Open at Royal Troon

Mickelson was two strokes away from becoming the oldest Open victor in history, and had that putt gone in on the 18th on day one, he may have just had the momentum to take him there. It appeared that he might pull even on the par-5 16, but his 25-foot eagle putt took a peek at the cup and dove left at the final moment. However, history, and Micke...

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  • Nepartak hits China, over two lakh people evacuated
Nepartak hits China, over two lakh people evacuated

Taiwan's mountainous terrain reduced Nepartak's strength from a super typhoon (175 miles per hour winds) to a typhoon (150 miles per hour winds). Taiwan's Defence Ministry said more than 35,000 soldiers were on standby to help with evacuations and disaster relief, while 90 shelters had been set up.

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  • US' Anti-ISIS Operations Hit After Failed Turkey Coup: Pentagon
US' Anti-ISIS Operations Hit After Failed Turkey Coup: Pentagon

Meanwhile, the Turkish Government indirectly pointed his finger to the USA and the man behind the coup (Fetula Gulen), stating: "I do not see any country that would stand behind this man, this leader of the terrorist gang, especially after last night".

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  • 2 women in race to lead Britain
2 women in race to lead Britain

May and Leadsom will campaign around the country to win votes from party members, and the new leader will be unveiled September 9. Gove won 46 votes. Now the final ballot paper has been decided, Tory party members of at least three months will elect David Cameron's replacement by postal vote. She dominated the first stage of the selection proce...

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  • South Sudan refugees could soon hit one million
South Sudan refugees could soon hit one million

Some soldiers have returned to South Sudan this week to help evacuate about 5,000 Ugandan nationals, Kutesa said. But the United Nations has said more than 40,000 fled their homes in the latest fighting to seek shelter at United Nations and other sites in Juba .

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  • Brexit Champion Boris Johnson Tapped as UK's New Foreign Minister
Brexit Champion Boris Johnson Tapped as UK's New Foreign Minister

May replaced David Cameron, who stood down Wednesday, July 13, following the referendum in which Britain voted to leave the European Union, sparking political turmoil, and volatility on the financial markets . Johnson said he had had a "very, very busy" first day on the job, with United States counterpart John Kerry among the first to call with ...

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  • Thousands gather to mourn victims of Baghdad blast
Thousands gather to mourn victims of Baghdad blast

Many of those killed were women and children. Investigators now believe they know what caused the attack to claim so many lives. "I placed my resignation before the Prime Minister", Mr. Responsibility for security in Baghdad is divided between the army, federal and local police. In recent years, militants have carried out bombings and other...

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  • Qandeel Baloch: Pakistani social media star strangled by her brother
Qandeel Baloch: Pakistani social media star strangled by her brother

She faced a threat when she described herself as Pakistan's Kim Kardashian and posted self with prominent cleric in a Karachi hotel room. As for her brother , he said , " I was determined either to kill myself or kill her ", after being taunted about the photos his sister posted online.

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  • State Department Rejects Report of Iranian Attempts to Acquire Nuclear Technology
State Department Rejects Report of Iranian Attempts to Acquire Nuclear Technology

A separate report from the intelligence agency in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia this week said it had registered 141 attempts to acquire technology for proliferation purposes a year ago and that two-thirds of these attempts were linked to Iran.

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  • David Davis Desires Noble Settlement For Europeans In Britain
David Davis Desires Noble Settlement For Europeans In Britain

New British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke to Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull on Saturday. In his first interviews in his new role, Mr Davis has vowed to secure a "generous settlement" for European Union migrants who moved to the United Kingdom while it was an European Union member state, but accepted that doing so might entice other ...

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  • Supreme Court restores status quo in Arunachal, Congress govt. reinstated [Read judgment]
Supreme Court restores status quo in Arunachal, Congress govt. reinstated [Read judgment]

Eleven BJP MLAs backed the rebels in the bid to upstage the government. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also chose the occasion to hit out at the Centre demanding the removal of Arunachal Pradesh Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa. Insiders say this very demand has become a sticking point between Congress and the government but Congress may rele...

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  • Mumbai court issues NBW against Mallya
Mumbai court issues NBW against Mallya

The NBW was issued following Mallya's non appearance on Saturday. This comes as a outcome of an earlier direction by the Metropolitan Magistrate's Court in May when it had asked Mallya to be present in the next hearing which was today.

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