• Day 10: Curfew continues to paralyse Kashmir
Day 10: Curfew continues to paralyse Kashmir

Key separatist leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik who recently formed an issue-based loose alliance and are now under house arrest or taken into prevention custody by police, said in a joint statement that Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley's, statement in Rajya Sabha on the situation in Kashmir is bereft ...

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  • Turkey in new raids against suspected coup plotters
Turkey in new raids against suspected coup plotters

A total of 8,777 officers have already been removed from the Interior Ministry, the vast majority of them police officers, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported . Erdogan said he would discuss punishment with opposition parties. Nobody has been executed in the country since 1984. Yildirim said Turkey should not act hastily over the death ...

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  • Pokemon Go server hacked by OurMine hacking group
Pokemon Go server hacked by OurMine hacking group

Pokémon Go has become a worldwide phenomenon, rising to the top of both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store's most downloaded lists in hours. Prior to its release, 26 countries received the game in waves following the release in the U.K., Spain, Italy and Portugal. The game uses your smartphone's Global Positioning System to track and...

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  • Pokemon GO Servers Down - Check the Latest Status Here
Pokemon GO Servers Down - Check the Latest Status Here

No one will be able to play this game till Pokemon Go contact us on our website to teach them how to protect it! Listings for Pokemon GO accounts have appeared on Craigslist and Facebook , though Developer Niantic has been quick to get them taken down citing Terms of Service violations.

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  • Trump and the GOP Leadership Run Scared
Trump and the GOP Leadership Run Scared

Others are involved in work that's similar to the kind of advocacy Clinton once did as a young lawyer - and they will highlight her advocacy on behalf of children and families. "Aye!" more than 1,000 delegates shouted in unison. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Preibus eventually forced King, known for making flamboyant racial commen...

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  • Pakistanis among 19 arrested for Saudi blasts
Pakistanis among 19 arrested for Saudi blasts

The statement added that carrying out such explosions near Al-Masjid Al-Rawdha of Prophet Muhammad, a sacred place on the Earth, reflected an intention of "terrorists" to terrify visitors and worshipers at Al-Haram Al-Nabawi. The attacks happened at the end of the holy month of Ramadan, shocking many moderate Muslims. An Interior Ministry stateme...

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  • European Union warns reinstating death penalty would harm Turkey's membership bid
European Union warns reinstating death penalty would harm Turkey's membership bid

A total of 8,777 personnel were dismissed from their duties, including 30 governors, 52 civil inspectors, and 16 legal advisers, the interior ministry said. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman denounced "revolting scenes of caprice and revenge against soldiers on the streets" after disturbing pictures emerged of the treatment of some detain...

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  • David Cameron gives his final press conference outside Downing Street
David Cameron gives his final press conference outside Downing Street

Mr Cameron told how when he thinks of his legacy he thinks of children no longer languishing in care homes as they have been adopted and gay couples who can now get married. "This morning I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others", he said . Conservative MPs rose to applaud Cameron at the end of his 182nd session as Prime Minister, w...

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  • European Union warns Turkey not to abandon the rule of law
European Union warns Turkey not to abandon the rule of law

Thousands of police and military personnel have been taken off the job. It is not clear how the post-coup purge will affect the judiciary, how the government will move to replace the dismissed judges and prosecutors, or where the trials for those detained would be held.

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  • GOP kicks off convention; Trump to make Monday night visit
GOP kicks off convention; Trump to make Monday night visit

Signaling a potentially boisterous start to the Republican convention, anti-Trump delegates claimed on Monday that they'd collected enough signatures of delegates to force a state-by-state roll call vote on changing party rules, a battle that party leaders hoped to avoid.

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  • Let the show begin: The GOP Convention in photos
Let the show begin: The GOP Convention in photos

Campaign chairman Paul Manafort said Trump would "eventually" outline policy specifics but not at the convention. " Despite every obstacle thrown in our way, the movement of all the stakeholders involved in this effort have gained a majority of the delegates in 10 states ", said Dane Waters, co-founder of Delegates Unbound, in a statement relea...

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  • Turkey removes 8000 police officers across the country
Turkey removes 8000 police officers across the country

After the coup, Turkey imposed a security lockdown at the Incirlik Air Base, where the USA -led coalition launched airstrikes on the IS in Syria. "We firmly urge the government of Turkey to maintain calm and stability throughout the country", U.S.

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  • Thousands at funerals after failed Turkey coup
Thousands at funerals after failed Turkey coup

USA -based cleric Fethullah Gulen , whose followers Turkey blames for a failed coup, says he would obey any extradition ruling from the United States but alleges that President Tayyip Erdogan staged the putsch. More than 200 people were killed and more than 1,500 wounded. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said North Atlantic Treaty Organisati...

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  • Republican convention off to raucous start
Republican convention off to raucous start

Trump backers hoped the addition of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to the GOP ticket as Trump's running mate would soothe wary Republicans unhappy with Trump's rise. Both are long-shot efforts: In a recorded vote on the issue of binding at the Rules Committee, only 12 members of the 112 on the committee supported unbinding.

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  • Turkish security, coup plotters clash at Istanbul's second airport
Turkish security, coup plotters clash at Istanbul's second airport

Turkey is convinced Arab countries were involved in Friday night's failed coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, an Arab intelligence source told Breitbart Jerusalem. Mr Erdogan has often accused Mr Gulen of trying to overthrow the government, and Turkey has demanded his extradition, labelling his movement a terrorist organisation and...

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  • Former Marine kills 3 Baton Rouge officers, 3 others wounded
Former Marine kills 3 Baton Rouge officers, 3 others wounded

The name apparently refers to his support for the black nationalist movement Washitaw Nation. A day after the shooting, some details about the violent incident remained unclear. Officials have warned for years that anti-government groups pose a threat to law enforcement. Quoting law enforcement sources, CBS also reports that Long has used a pse...

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  • Venezuelans cross border shopping for scarce food
Venezuelans cross border shopping for scarce food

Venezuela's government had closed all crossings a year ago to crack down on smuggling along the border. Many are now calling for the Border to be completely, officially and permanently re-opened so the bridge between the two countries can serve as a vital lifeline in a time of severe recession.

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  • 'The race is over' if Americans become comfortable with Trump, Manafort says
'The race is over' if Americans become comfortable with Trump, Manafort says

But plenty of Republican Party icons didn't, and the list of GOP dignitaries skipping the Cleveland lovefest is long - including the last two Republican presidents and the party's nominees from 2008 and 2012. "It's more important we keep an eye on the people (Trump) starts to surround himself with, and so far, I think he's been making some good c...

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  • Erdogan could have staged Turkey coup attempt: Fethullah Gulen
Erdogan could have staged Turkey coup attempt: Fethullah Gulen

His view was echoed by Johannes Hahn, the European commissioner dealing with Turkey's EU membership bid, who expressed concerns the Turkish government was exploiting the failed coup to target internal opponents. He is a former Erdogan ally turned bitter foe who has been put on trial in absentia in Turkey , where the government has labeled his move...

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  • In medical mystery, caregiver gets Zika from man who died
In medical mystery, caregiver gets Zika from man who died

Manatee County has now been added to the "declaration of public health emergency", which prompts more action and cooperation from local officials, including mosquito control. Still, no one is certain that the list of potential transmission sources is complete. And there is no evidence at this point that the virus can be spread from one person to an...

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