• Fake 'Pokémon GO' Apps Lock Screen Automatically, Redirect User To Adult Sites
Fake 'Pokémon GO' Apps Lock Screen Automatically, Redirect User To Adult Sites

The app uses your cell phone's Global Positioning System to make a cartoon map of your neighborhood as you take off on your journey. The PI Network app seems to disappear after restarting the phone, however, it continues to run in the background and generates fake ad clicks, said Fortune .

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  • Car in Trump's motorcade involved in minor accident
Car in Trump's motorcade involved in minor accident

Chaos erupted at the Republican National Convention on Monday afternoon after the leadership bypassed a call for a full floor vote on the rules of the event. Colorado delegate Kendal Unruh , a leader of the anti-Trump efforts, promised there would be more "insurgency" to come. Womack soon reappeared on stage and called for a verbal vote.

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  • Education for all, raising quality top priority: Javadekar
Education for all, raising quality top priority: Javadekar

HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar during Idea Exchange. For Smriti Irani, who was divested of the Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry where her every comment made news, her new portfolio of textiles is not considered eye-ball grabbing by any yardstick.

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  • Family of UC Berkeley student killed in Nice attack in shock
Family of UC Berkeley student killed in Nice attack in shock

Leslie was also studying overseas through a campus program and had gone to the city's promenade to watch the Bastille Day celebration when a truck raced through the packed crowd, killing 84 and injuring more than 200. The campus is holding a vigil Monday for Leslie, an environmental sciences major who planned to study at the Haas School of Business...

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  • Philippine court clears Arroyo of plunder, orders her freed
Philippine court clears Arroyo of plunder, orders her freed

Reading the decision, Supreme Court Spokesperson Theodore Te said the justices voted 11-4 to dismiss the case against Arroyo and to order her immediate release. "She can now consider herself free and in liberty", Mendoza said. The Arroyo camp hailed the Supreme Court ruling, saying it "validated what we have been saying for six years now: that th...

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  • EU warns Erdogan on death penalty
EU warns Erdogan on death penalty

As if not enough, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan talked on Sunday about reinstalling the death penalty to punish those involved in the coup. Please Wait while comments are loading. "The EU recalls that the unequivocal rejection of the death penalty is an essential element of the union acquis", ministers said, referring to the body of EU l...

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  • Australia keen on trade deal with Britain
Australia keen on trade deal with Britain

Among them is Australia, which is not negotiating a trade deal with the European Union, and whose prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, is calling for urgent free trade talks with Britain. "We may have to say that the right to indefinite leave to remain protection only applies before a certain date", Davis said in a separate interview with the Mail on...

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  • Turks in U.S. begin White House petition to extradite Gulen
Turks in U.S. begin White House petition to extradite Gulen

Abolishing capital punishment, as Turkey did in 2004 before it could open the formal process of accession negotiations with the European Union, is a prerequisite for holding talks on membership. Media captionWhy did the coup in Turkey fail? The foreign ministry has raised the death toll to more than 290, including over 100 rebels, and says 1,...

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  • Clinton: Trump the 'most dangerous' man ever to run for president
Clinton: Trump the 'most dangerous' man ever to run for president

Mrs Clinton painted her tycoon opponent as a threat to democracy, lacking a policy platform and whose company refused to rent to African American tenants in the 1970s. "Hillary for prison", one woman near the back of the floor shouted repeatedly throughout the evening. "That's why we've got to work together to get the vote out this fall", she sai...

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  • Delhi: Eid-ul-Fitr celebrated
Delhi: Eid-ul-Fitr celebrated

The appearance of the new moon signals the first day of Ramadan and after completing 29 days of fasting on that night, the religious leaders set out for another moon sighting. Common greetings during this holiday are the Arabic greeting which is known by the whole world as 'Eid Mubārak. Mutton and beef stalls was crowded at most of the places a...

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  • Turkey to consider reinstating death penalty: Prez
Turkey to consider reinstating death penalty: Prez

Public servants' annual leave has meanwhile been cancelled until further notice. He said a total of 7,543 had been detained since Friday, including 6,030 military personnel. "We stand squarely on the side of the elected leadership in Turkey". But there has been worldwide concern over the mass arrests, with US President Barack Obama urging Ank...

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  • Indians' Gomes could miss 2 months with separated shoulder
Indians' Gomes could miss 2 months with separated shoulder

It was clear the moment Yan Gomes went down against the Minnesota Twins yesterday that something was wrong with his shoulder. "His knee was intact and everything is OK there, so that is good". Perez had been at Triple-A Columbus, rehabbing from a broken right thumb. He had surgery on May 6. "In a flawless world, he could have played a little bit ...

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  • Turkish PM says 208 martyred in Friday's botched coup
Turkish PM says 208 martyred in Friday's botched coup

Erdogan's chief military assistant was also detained, broadcaster CNN Turk said. Annual leave was suspended for more than 3 million civil servants, and those already on leave were ordered back to their posts. Turkish officials have warned that they could reopen the migration route if the European Union fails to deliver its part of the deal. Oth...

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  • Ax-wielding man shot dead after attacking, wounding passengers on German train
Ax-wielding man shot dead after attacking, wounding passengers on German train

A dozen people witnessed the attack and are in a state of shock. A statement from his office said that representatives from Hong Kong's office in Berlin were visiting the injured Hong Kong residents. The incident happened in Heidingsfeld , a part of the city of Wurzburg in southern Germany . According to government figures, more than 14,4...

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  • Iraq's Abadi accepts resignation of interior minister
Iraq's Abadi accepts resignation of interior minister

The terrorist attack has been claimed by the jihadist group Islamic State and it was the bloodiest attack to hit the Iraqi capital in the past year and one of the most devastating committed so far in Iraq, according to a report updated Monday and quoted by AFP .

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  • Australian PM spent A$1m to stay in power
Australian PM spent A$1m to stay in power

Hunt, previously Environment Minister in both the Turnbull and Abbott governments, was described as an "outstanding" cabinet member, and the PM said it would be Hunt's job to "drive the national innovation and science agenda" pushed by the government as part of its election campaign.

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  • South China Sea: Chinese admiral warns of 'disastrous' consequences
South China Sea: Chinese admiral warns of 'disastrous' consequences

A television station in southeastern Vietnam's coastal Binh Thuan province has dropped a Chinese series partway through its run, citing actors' criticisms of an global court ruling rejecting Beijing's exclusive claims to the South China Sea .

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  • U.S. government released secret chapter from 9/11 report
U.S. government released secret chapter from 9/11 report

A section of one of the 28 pages from the once-top secret pages from a congressional report into 9/11 that questioned whether Saudis who were in contact with the hijackers after they arrived in the US knew what they were planning is photographed in Washington , Friday, July 15, 2016.

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  • EU Condemns Turkey Coup Bid, Warns Tayyip Erdogan On Death Penalty
EU Condemns Turkey Coup Bid, Warns Tayyip Erdogan On Death Penalty

Mogherini spoke Monday at a joint news conference with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, after Kerry met the bloc's 28 foreign ministers. Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders also urged restraint, saying: "It's normal to punish those involved in the coup, but it's normal to ask for respect for the rule of law".

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  • Trump closes on Clinton in national poll
Trump closes on Clinton in national poll

Delegates also saw a video and presentation about Benghazi. "I can hear you", she added. Highlights will air during the CBS coverage of the Republican National Convention at 10 p.m. "At approximately 9:35 p.m., we got a call that the consulate was under attack", Tiegen said. The presumptive Democratic nominee has previously and persistently cha...

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