• Owen Smith ready to launch Labour leadership bid
Owen Smith ready to launch Labour leadership bid

But Mr Smith, the former work and pensions secretary, ruled out leaving the party. For example Labour MP Ruth Smeeth, who recently declared that Corbyn had made the Labour Party "unsafe for Jews", was exposed by WikiLeaks as a "strictly protect" United States informant.

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  • Gunman who shoots dead three police officers in Baton Rouge 'acted alone'
Gunman who shoots dead three police officers in Baton Rouge 'acted alone'

He said that authorities believe the "scene is contained", meaning that a shooter was unlikely on the loose. The city was on high alert, officials said. The shootout erupted after a 911 call about reporting a suspicious man with an assault rifle walking down Airline Highway, which runs in front of the Baton Rouge police headquarters.

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  • United Kingdom will have second female prime minister
United Kingdom will have second female prime minister

Mrs Leadsom was a prominent Brexit-backer and hopes that her support for leaving the European Union will win her votes from Eurosceptics in the Tory grassroots. After Mr Gove was eliminated from the race he tweeted: "Thanks to all who supported me". Mrs May, who earlier this week relished in the description of her as a "bloody hard woman" by ...

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  • I don't regret killing her, says reality star's brother
I don't regret killing her, says reality star's brother

In his police complaint, Qandeel's father said Waseem killed her as he was against her working in showbiz. On social media, some celebrated her killing as she had been a "disgrace" to Pakistan's culture. Qandeel was often criticized for her Facebook posts and videos by a certain section of the population who thought she was spreading immora...

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  • No one will make biopic on my 'boring life': Salman
No one will make biopic on my 'boring life': Salman

Salman in the most quirkiest way said, "I wanted to break a chair on his head". He made a hasty bid to retract, saying, "I don't think I should have (said that)", and adding: "It feels like the most hard..." I may say something, it will be taken as something else.

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  • Behind-the-scenes footage stokes excitement for 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'
Behind-the-scenes footage stokes excitement for 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'

The ending of the trailer features the sound of Darth Vader's iconic breathing and his reflection on a black floor. While EA has yet to announce any details beyond a vague 2017 release window, there's a sequel to Star Wars: Battlefront in the works.

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  • UK's Labour rules Corbyn has right to stand again for leadership
UK's Labour rules Corbyn has right to stand again for leadership

Her press conference was overshadowed by Andrea Leadsom's announcement that she was dropping out of the Conservative leadership race, essentially paving the way for Theresa May to be coronated as the next Prime Minister. In the race for leadership, he will be running against Labour MPs Owen Smith and Angela Eagle. "This branch supports Jere...

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  • Funeral Set for Black Minnesota Man Shot by Officer
Funeral Set for Black Minnesota Man Shot by Officer

Castile's family members remembered the 32-year-old - he would have been 33 on Saturday - as loving, gentle and peaceful. The morning began with a horse-drawn carriage that carried Castile's casket from the Brooks Funeral Home on Concordia Avenue to the St.

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  • USA to deploy THAAD missile battery to South Korea
USA to deploy THAAD missile battery to South Korea

The U.S. placed personal sanctions on Kim and several other North Korean officials last week. The Terminal High Altitude Area Defence system, or THAAD , will be deployed in Seongju county about 200 kilometres (135 miles) southeast of Seoul , as agreed by US Secretary of Defence Ash Carter and his South Korean counterpart Han Min-Koo, accordin...

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  • Officers killed in Baton Rouge
Officers killed in Baton Rouge

A Pentagon official confirmed Long is a Marine veteran who served in Iraq in 2008. The suspected shooter in a Baton Rouge shooting that left three officers dead and three others wounded was a member of the U.S. "We need to temper our words and open our hearts... all of us", he said. The shooting was the fourth high-profile deadly encounter in...

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  • Cleveland Police Union Calls for Weapons Ban During RNC
Cleveland Police Union Calls for Weapons Ban During RNC

OH state law allow licensed firearm owners to wear weapons in public. Gov. Kasich responded to Mr. Loomis in saying he did not have the authority to do so. Trump's spokeswoman, when asked whether people should be armed in the convention area, told reporters the campaign is not anxious. "If more people on the streets of Cleveland had guns, we'...

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  • Cameron Signs Off as May Prepares to Assume U.K. Premiership
Cameron Signs Off as May Prepares to Assume U.K. Premiership

He also thanked her for keeping him "vaguely sane", as well as his three children Nancy, Arthur and Florence. She promised to "rise to the challenge" of negotiating the terms of the country's departure from the European Union and forge a "bold new positive role" for Britain in the world.

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  • Curfew continues for 9th day in Kashmir
Curfew continues for 9th day in Kashmir

The state of Jammu and Kashmir has already imposed a curfew and blocked mobile phone services to stop people from gathering in the streets and stage more protests over last week's killing of 22-year old separatist leader Burhan Wani. On Friday, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif vowed that his country would continue extending political, moral an...

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  • Cleveland law enforcement calls for gun ban at Republican National Convention
Cleveland law enforcement calls for gun ban at Republican National Convention

Williams emphasized that Cleveland police have handled protesters with guns before without problem, though he said officers from out of state had to be briefed on the open-carry laws to "make sure officers aren't taken aback if they see that activity".

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  • Turkey coup's failure hinged on failed attempt to capture Erdogan
Turkey coup's failure hinged on failed attempt to capture Erdogan

Turkish authorities were rounding up dozens of generals as well as senior judges and prosecutors accused of supporting a failed military coup. He spoke on condition of anonymity in line with government regulation. About 6,000 people have been arrested - mainly soldiers and officers believed to have carried out the coup attempt, and judges who the a...

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  • ATM heist chief suspect still in Taiwan, police sources say
ATM heist chief suspect still in Taiwan, police sources say

Investigators are now tracking six suspects, most of whom are believed to be from Eastern Europe, according to Focus News Taiwan . Two individuals withdrew cash from First Bank's ATMs but were not seen on close-circuit TV camera to be physically operating the machines, First Bank said in a statement.

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  • TV Host drops bombshell about banning Muslims 5
TV Host drops bombshell about banning Muslims 5

Today host Sonia Kruger has sparked outrage on Monday morning after saying Australia should close its borders to Muslims, and claimed a correlation between the numbers of Muslim people and the number of terrorist attacks. "I want to feel safe, as all of our citizens do when they go out to celebrate Australia Day , and I'd like to see freedom of s...

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  • Australia's prime minister makes few changes to new Cabinet
Australia's prime minister makes few changes to new Cabinet

Speaking to the ABC, the globe-trotting Varoufakis, who spent the 1990s teaching economics at the University of Sydney, said Mr Turnbull needed to "overcome the fixation with public debt [and] concentrate on the real issue: private debt that has gone beyond the pale".

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  • USA urges respect for South China Sea ruling
USA urges respect for South China Sea ruling

THE PHILIPPINES is willing to share natural resources with Beijing in contested South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) areas even if it wins a legal challenge next week, Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay told Agence France-Presse Friday.

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  • Draymond Green's arrest the result of two-day feud
Draymond Green's arrest the result of two-day feud

During that time, he is set to participate in Team USA training camp in Las Vegas before the 2016 Olympic Games. If he is proved guilty and convicted, the punishment will entail a fine of $500 and 93 days in jail. The alleged incident occurred around 2:30 a.m. Sunday in the city where Green played for the Spartans from 2008 to 2012. Initial accou...

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