• Police come under gunfire at gun shop outside Atlanta
Police come under gunfire at gun shop outside Atlanta

One of the suspects fired on the officers, and police returned fire. She said a fourth suspect came out of the business with his hands up. As of 8:30 a.m., police are still on site, and it is unknown if there is anyone else inside the building.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn to target 'left behind Britain' in leadership campaign
Jeremy Corbyn to target 'left behind Britain' in leadership campaign

Last week, Swansea East Labour Party held a vote in which members voted unanimously in favour of a resolution confirming support for Mr Corbyn . The former shadow business secretary also lifted the lid on working in Mr Corbyn's shadow cabinet, complaining of "parallel organisations", "constant cancelled meetings" and a leader "pushing away" MP...

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  • Salman Khan's Sultan crosses Rs500 crore mark
Salman Khan's Sultan crosses Rs500 crore mark

Within a week, it joined 200 crore club, coming to the collections world wide, it collected more than 500 crores at the box office. The movie has also become the fourth film to hit the INR 500 crores worldwide, after its second weekend.

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  • Brexit process will not begin this year, court told
Brexit process will not begin this year, court told

May also stated it would be an act of "gross irresponsibility" for Britain to scrap its nuclear weapons and accused the opponents in the liberal party of being "the first to defend the country's enemies", which prompted a furious response from Lucas.

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  • Axe-Wielding Attacker Injures 15 On Train
Axe-Wielding Attacker Injures 15 On Train

Four passengers on the train - members of the same family and tourists from Hong Kong - were seriously injured, with one in critical condition, he said . "And the police opened fire". Germany admitted almost 1.1 million asylum-seekers past year, with Syrians the largest group followed by Afghans. German prosecutors said the attacker had lear...

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  • Sidney Crosby's hometown throws him-and the Stanley Cup-a parade
Sidney Crosby's hometown throws him-and the Stanley Cup-a parade

Paul MacFarlane, operations manager for the Tim Hortons in Cole Harbour, said he heard an explosion of applause and watched Crosby walk through with the Cup and the Conn Smythe Trophy. The city of Halifax is working on its own tribute to Cole Harbour's native son, with council voting unanimously to consider renaming a suburban street after the hock...

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  • Melania Trump's RNC Speech Plagiarized? Passages Mirror Michelle Obama 2008 Speech
Melania Trump's RNC Speech Plagiarized? Passages Mirror Michelle Obama 2008 Speech

He introduced his wife Melania Trump, who delivered an address to the convention. The similarities between Melania Trump's words and Obama's, first noticed by journalist Jarrett Hill , bore a striking resemblance to Obama's speech from the Democratic Convention in 2008, using the same phrases "work hard for what you want in life", "your word is ...

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  • 2 wounded in German ax attack critical
2 wounded in German ax attack critical

IS's Aamaq released a video that purported to show the attacker, in which a young man waves a knife toward the camera and says "I will slaughter you with this knife and will behead you with axes". Authorities were trying to translate and interpret the text, Herrmann said. "But this gives an indication". Four people on the train were injured, alon...

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  • Manchester City 'make move for West Ham starlet'
Manchester City 'make move for West Ham starlet'

Next stop is Austria, which is becoming a very popular destination for pre-season training camps due to the altitude in the Alps that helps with fitness. The Algeria worldwide is one of six new additions as West Ham prepare to move into the Olympic Stadium for the 2016-17 season. Oxford made seven appearances for West Ham in the Premier League th...

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  • Erdogan says he was 'minutes' from death during coup
Erdogan says he was 'minutes' from death during coup

Bessma Momani, a senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, says the arrests likely number in the thousands and amount to a "witch hunt" aimed at Erdogan's political enemies. Turkey scrapped the death penalty in 2004 in line with its European Union bid. Western leaders have pushed Turkey to follow the rule of law as th...

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  • 'The Secret Life Of Pets' Tops The Box Office Chart
'The Secret Life Of Pets' Tops The Box Office Chart

It's great news since the movie itself was delightful, and it is really exciting to see Sony's passion for the franchise. The animated comedy, about how pets behave when their owners are out, collected an estimated $50.6 million in USA and Canadian theaters, ComScore Inc.

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  • WADA athletes panel astounded at Russian doping
WADA athletes panel astounded at Russian doping

McLaren's bombshell report said the sports ministry under Vitaly Mutko organized the subterfuge under which tainted urine samples were replaced and kept away from global observers. McLaren said Rodchenkov and all other witnesses interviewed had been deemed credible, and the report said the investigators "confirm the general veracity of the publishe...

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  • Russian doping: International Olympic Committee delays decision on possible blanket ban for Rio Olympics
Russian doping: International Olympic Committee delays decision on possible blanket ban for Rio Olympics

The next chapter in this saga will come when the Lausanne-based court rules on the IAAF's decision to maintain its ban of the Russian athletics federation. The IOC said on Tuesday it had started disciplinary action against officials mentioned in the report and that anyone implicated would not be given accreditation for Rio.

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  • PM says THAAD deployment does not require parliamentary approval
PM says THAAD deployment does not require parliamentary approval

South Korean officials announced Wednesday that an advanced US missile defense system will be set up in a southeastern farm town to protect against North Korea's missile and nuclear threats. The decision announced here Wednesday to deploy a high-tech USA missile defense system in a southeastern part of South Korea may have been influenced by th...

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  • Labour Leadership Hopeful
Labour Leadership Hopeful "Tempted" To Keep The UK Inside The EU

The former shadow work and pensions secretary is little known outside Westminster. He will also warn the party risks "falling apart" if it does not act "like a proper team", and is expected to attack Mr Corbyn for being anti-austerity without bringing forward an alternative.

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  • Zika Mystery: How Did Patient Who Died in Utah Infect Another?
Zika Mystery: How Did Patient Who Died in Utah Infect Another?

A Utah resident was found to have Zika virus after being in contact with an elderly family member who died in June; the person who died had had extremely high levels of the virus in his blood, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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  • FBI accused of 'double standard' over Hillary Clinton email probe
FBI accused of 'double standard' over Hillary Clinton email probe

But I will share the opinion that James Comey's actions, once the FBI concluded its investigation, are among the finest examples of leadership and accountability I've seen from any government official, anywhere. Following the justice department's announcement that it won't bring charges against Hillary Clinton, congressional Republicans are despera...

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  • Dalit youth dies, cop killed as violence engulfs Gujarat's Saurashtra
Dalit youth dies, cop killed as violence engulfs Gujarat's Saurashtra

Over a dozen people, including seven policemen, were injured in incidents of stone-throwing in Amreli. Head constable Pankaj Amreliya (40) was among five cops injured, and died during treatment. The victims' reasoning that they were only skinning dead cows did not pacify the miscreants. The people replied that they were removing the skin from the...

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  • Turkey 85 generals, admirals charged in coup attempt
Turkey 85 generals, admirals charged in coup attempt

Kalin said the coup attempt was carried out by a tiny fraction of the army and would not affect Turkey's fight against Islamic State or Kurdish militants. "No country can become an European Union state if it introduces the death penalty", European Union foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini said. The president added Turkey is "a democratic sta...

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation head tells Erdogan 'essential' Turkey respects rule of law
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation head tells Erdogan 'essential' Turkey respects rule of law

Dozens of others were still being questioned. " There is a clear crime of treason and your request can never be rejected by our government ", Erdogan said in an interview with CNN at his presidential palace in Istanbul , his first with a foreign media outlet since Turkey was plunged into a coup attempt on Friday night and early Saturday mornin...

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