• Reuters/Ipsos poll: Clinton expands lead over Trump to 13 points
Reuters/Ipsos poll: Clinton expands lead over Trump to 13 points

The Trump campaign didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. By their analysis, the Clinton campaign and its sidekick superPAC, Priorities USA Action, have spent $45 million on TV and radio ads. In response to attacks that called out the tweet as anti-Semitic, Trump said in a speech they were "false attacks by Hillary Clinton try...

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  • Seoul says N. Korea test-fires submarine-launched missile
Seoul says N. Korea test-fires submarine-launched missile

South Korea's military has said THAAD will bolster its defence against North Korean missiles, but its political leaders have been reluctant to commit to it because of China's objections. In a tacit acknowledgment of China's concerns, the statement goes on to say the missile-defense system would focus "solely on North Korean nuclear and missile th...

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  • Germany: 222000 asylum-seekers arrived in year's first half
Germany: 222000 asylum-seekers arrived in year's first half

Germany's main digital tallying system, called EASY, is prone to lapses because migrants can easily arrive in Germany but not file asylum applications, and the system can't track people who register twice with different identities in different states or who travel out of the country to other parts of Europe, such as Scandinavia.

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  • Two Emory University Students Among Those Killed in Bangladesh Attack
Two Emory University Students Among Those Killed in Bangladesh Attack

Hundreds of students at the University of California at Berkeley paid their respects to a fellow classmate and 19 other hostages killed in Bangladesh during a vigil Tuesday afternoon. He and his two female friends were among the 20 hostages who were killed during the 12-hour long cafe siege. "We went to the military, but they would not hand over ...

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  • America horrified at 'despicable attack'
America horrified at 'despicable attack'

President Obama delivers a statement on the attacks on law enforcement in Dallas, Texas. He cited the "Black Lives Matter" anti-police-violence movement, but also said he was not part of a larger organization, said Dallas Police Chief David Brown.

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  • India signs agreement with Mozambique to import pulses
India signs agreement with Mozambique to import pulses

During his visit to South Africa, Modi will meet with President Jacob Zuma and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. Modi first landed in Mozambique and will then travel to South Africa , Tanzania and Kenya. Mr. Modi said about 20,000 Mozambican citizens can trace their ancestry to India. He will also be interacting with the Indian community briefly. ...

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  • Dallas Police tweet that wrongly identified sniper suspect is still posted
Dallas Police tweet that wrongly identified sniper suspect is still posted

A Dallas police officer wipes away a tear as other officers adjust flowers on a police cruiser. "If you following the news and know whats going on, I'm not talking to anyone and please keep your comments thoughts respectful". The police used Twitter to aid in their manhunt for the sniper by tweeting a photo of a person they identified as a su...

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  • Brexit: UKIP leader Nigel Farage resigns
Brexit: UKIP leader Nigel Farage resigns

Farage said at a press conference in Westminster Monday he entered politics to "get Britain out of the European Union", and not to become "a career politician". When asked about the tweet, Farage said: "Well, I'm pleased that he's smiling because that's not something I've seen very often from him, so it's obviously very good news".

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  • Philippines hopes for
Philippines hopes for "soft landing" in sea dispute with China

Reichler expressed confidence that the Permanent Court of Arbitration , based in The Hague, would rule in Manila's favor on July 12. The Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei have overlapping claims with China in the area. He said he asked Goldberg in a recent meeting, "Are you with us or are you not with us?" adding that Goldberg re...

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  • Trump Meets With Former Rival Ted Cruz, GOP Leaders on Capitol Hill
Trump Meets With Former Rival Ted Cruz, GOP Leaders on Capitol Hill

Flake was alluding to Trump's comments previous year about Sen. Trump said he would win also in IL, the home state of a third Republican critic, Senator Mark Kirk , who is in a tight re-election race and recently withdrew his endorsement of Trump .

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  • Donald Trump Calls Mark Kirk a Loser During GOP Sit-Down
Donald Trump Calls Mark Kirk a Loser During GOP Sit-Down

Mark Kirk (R-IL) a loser for not supporting him and claimed he would carry the state of Illinois and called out Sen. First, Trump attacked Senator Mark Kirk , who has been running an ad literally touting his refusal to endorse Trump as a sign of his strong leadership.

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  • Obama will travel to Dallas early next week
Obama will travel to Dallas early next week

Obama says justice will be done and he's asking all Americans to pray for the fallen officers and their families. Obama spoke from Warsaw, Poland, where he is meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and European Union leaders. He also says the nation should express its gratitude to those serving in law enforcement. Obama tried to walk a...

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  • Suu Kyi: Our people want work, not charity
Suu Kyi: Our people want work, not charity

As a workaround, her party created the post of state counsellor, putting her in charge of her amenable colleague, President Htin Kyaw. The sweeping election victory last November by Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy party and the formation of her civilian government has led to growing speculation that the refugees will soon return home.

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  • Former Australian PM Howard defiant in the face of Iraq War criticism
Former Australian PM Howard defiant in the face of Iraq War criticism

The long-delayed Chilcot report insisted Saddam posed "no imminent threat" at the time of the invasion, and the war was unleashed on the basis of "flawed" intelligence. Families of some of the 179 military personnel killed in Iraq described the former PM as a "terrorist", and Jeremy Corbyn offered an apology on Labour's behalf for what he described...

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  • Videos Capture The Moment Dallas Shooting Suspects Opened Fire On Police
Videos Capture The Moment Dallas Shooting Suspects Opened Fire On Police

A second video recorded with Facebook's live video feature shows the panic of a group of Black Lives Matter marchers after shots rang out. "They're shooting right now, and there's an officer down". A large swath of America watched raw, visceral footage of this week's deadly shootings on Facebook , raising fresh questions about how the soci...

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  • Names of Dallas officers killed in attack
Names of Dallas officers killed in attack

The five victims who were shot and killed during a deadly ambush at a Dallas protest were targeted by a gunman upset with the police. Three officers are deceased, two are in surgery and three are in critical condition. By midday, investigators were seen walking in and out of a home believed to be Johnson's in the Dallas suburb of Mesquite. Po...

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  • Turkey: 13 held over Istanbul Ataturk Airport attack
Turkey: 13 held over Istanbul Ataturk Airport attack

Two have been identified as Rakim Bulgarov and Vadim Osmanov, according to Turkey's state news agency Anadolu , citing an anonymous prosecution source . They did not provide further details on their identities. In the most recent attack, a auto bomb ripped through a police bus in central Istanbul during the morning rush hour, killing 11 p...

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  • United States sanctions North Korea leader for human rights violations
United States sanctions North Korea leader for human rights violations

Kim now joins the company of other authoritarian leaders who have been judged responsible under USA sanctions law for horrific conditions in their countries. The move by the United States constituted " the worst hostile act " and "an open declaration of a war" against the North, Pyongyang's foreign ministry said in a statement , carried by the off...

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  • Milos Raonic makes history as first Canadian man to reach Wimbledon final
Milos Raonic makes history as first Canadian man to reach Wimbledon final

Andy Murray booked his place in the Wimbledon final with a stunning straight sets win over Tomas Berdych, and will now face Milos Raonic in Sunday's showpiece. I was able to really dictate the game and play aggressive. "The biggest challenge for me, which I felt was the thing I want to happen the least, or repeat itself the least from Queen's, is...

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  • Code Switch On Dallas, Philando Castile And Alton Sterling
Code Switch On Dallas, Philando Castile And Alton Sterling

A graphic cell phone video of the incident shows two police officers wrestling a man in a red shirt to the ground in front of a parked auto. The view of this editorial board and most Americans is that police officers have one of the most hard jobs in the world and that they deserve respect and admiration.

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