• Italian held in slaying of Nigerian who fled Boko Haram
Italian held in slaying of Nigerian who fled Boko Haram

Nnamdi had reportedly been beaten with a pole which his assailant pulled out from a road sign nearby. They endured violece and harassment by traffickers, and during the journey Chinyeri miscarried the child she was carrying. Without exception. Regardless of race, ' he said in a post on Facebook , adding: 'It is ever more clear that illegal immigra...

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  • Trump's Trade Positions Face Opposition Within Republican Party
Trump's Trade Positions Face Opposition Within Republican Party

Mr. Trump topped it all off with a unsafe promise: that he will "bring our jobs back" by renegotiating or tearing up trade deals. Trump attacked trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and China's manipulation of currency.

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  • Iraq interior minister submits resignation after deadly blast
Iraq interior minister submits resignation after deadly blast

Health Minister Adila Hamoud said the identities of 177 people killed in the bombing have yet to be determined, while 115 bodies have been handed over to families, according to a statement from the ministry. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited the site of carnage, but people were angered by the government's laxity in preventing the attack. E...

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  • Government examining Zakir Naik's speeches: Rajnath Singh
Government examining Zakir Naik's speeches: Rajnath Singh

Home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said the government was scanning CDs of Naik's speeches for necessary action and asserted that it would not compromise on the issue of terrorism. "What is the allegation against Zakir Naik?" A thorough investigation will be done. Naik, however, had released a statement, saying he totally disagreed that he ins...

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  • Dallas Mayor says shooter believed to have been lone gunman
Dallas Mayor says shooter believed to have been lone gunman

The morning after a gunman targeted and killed five law enforcement officers, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings called it "ironic" that his city was the target of the worst police loss-of-life since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Obama added that while the "twisted motivations" of the attackers will surely emerge, "there is no possible justi...

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  • Chinese Su-30 Aircraft Confront Japanese F-15s In East China Sea
Chinese Su-30 Aircraft Confront Japanese F-15s In East China Sea

We will proceed accordingly after we shall have the copy of the arbitral judgment. The South China Sea is one of the most politically sensitive regions in the world - the Permanent Court of Arbitration's ruling will be the first time an global court has passed judgment on the region's mess of claims and counter-claims.

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  • Korea test-fires submarine-launched ballistic missile from east coast
Korea test-fires submarine-launched ballistic missile from east coast

Seoul time (0230 GMT) in waters east of the Korean peninsula. The THAAD deployment in South Korea would also raise tensions between China and Japan which already has two THAAD radars stationed on its territory, Postol pointed out. The latest launch comes as the communist country has conducted a series of sea- and ground-based ballistic missile...

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  • North Korea 'fires ballistic missile'
North Korea 'fires ballistic missile'

China's Foreign Ministry urges the United States and South Korea to halt the deployment process of the THAAD not to complicate the situation in the region and to not damaged China's strategic security interests, a statement reported by Reuters .

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  • Super Typhoon Nepartak Hits Taiwan
Super Typhoon Nepartak Hits Taiwan

More than 15,000 people have been moved from their homes which were prone to landslides or flooding and about 3,700 of them were in shelters. Li Wei-sen, Taiwan's Central Emergency Operations Center spokesman, said by phone that the typhoon was packing winds of up to 163 kmh (about 100 miles an hour).

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  • Dow futures down 500 points after shock United Kingdom referendum
Dow futures down 500 points after shock United Kingdom referendum

The EU arose out of the ashes of two world wars to unite a continent and now faces the challenge of maintaining economic and political unity without Britain, which has the EU's biggest financial centre, a U.N. The White House said early on June 24 that President Barack Obama was informed about the incoming returns, and that he expected to have a ch...

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  • Canada Post Agrees To 30-Day Extension As Requested By Postal Union
Canada Post Agrees To 30-Day Extension As Requested By Postal Union

In a statement sent to Post&Parcel today (8 July), the CUPW said that this could help to "address concerns about "uncertainty" in the mail system and give negotiations a chance to succeed". Union and corporation negotiators met with mediators behind closed doors on Thursday to resolve an impasse over pension changes that Canada Post says are ...

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  • Azad condemns attack on CRPF personnel in J&K
Azad condemns attack on CRPF personnel in J&K

On Sunday, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti paid homage to 8 CRPF jawans who lost their lives in Pampore terror attack on Saturday. The Congress leader also expressed hope that the state authorities and security agencies will nab the culprits involved in the act.

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  • Dallas Gunman 'Wanted To Kill Whites'
Dallas Gunman 'Wanted To Kill Whites'

The police chief, Francis Donchez Jr., said the unidentified officer "did not meet the standards of professionalism" for the department and was sacked immediately after an investigation on Friday. Officers crouched beside vehicles, armored SWAT team vehicles arrived and a helicopter hovered overhead. The day earlier, police in Baton Rouge, Loui...

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  • Minnesota governor: Black driver wouldn't be dead if he were white
Minnesota governor: Black driver wouldn't be dead if he were white

He is at least the 506th person to die in police shootings in 2016. "Last night's attack on the Dallas police, and the deaths of Alton Sterling (in Baton Rouge) and Philando Castile this week, remind us that we have much work to do to build safe and non-violent communities for police officers and for all our citizens".

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  • Jihadists' video threatens more attacks on Bangladesh
Jihadists' video threatens more attacks on Bangladesh

Thirteen hostages were rescued while six of the gunmen, who attacked the upscale eatery on Road 79 Friday night, were killed in the 50-minute army-led joint forces operation codenamed "Operation Thunderbolt". Prime Minister Hasina's government has blamed a string of attacks in the country on her political foes, saying they back militant groups in t...

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  • Race to boost security in Rio
Race to boost security in Rio

The direct, favorable impact of these policies on the quality of life of the city's residents is evident. News reports ahead of the Rio Olympics have been filled with concerning tales of polluted water, unfinished venues, and the Zika virus .

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  • Turnbull confident of majority government
Turnbull confident of majority government

Turnbull became prime minister in September after ousting unpopular predecessor Tony Abbott in a party room vote in a bid to put the government in a position to win this year's election. Shorten took the leadership of Labor following a poor performance in the 2013 election and has laid out several policies during the campaign, including promising...

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  • Dallas police shooting: What we know
Dallas police shooting: What we know

Johnson, of Dallas. Neighbors told NBC News they often saw Johnson running obstacle courses in his backyard while wearing his Army uniform and carrying a rifle. "He felt that people don't understand the danger of dealing with a protest", said Rawlings, who spoke to the surviving officer . THE VICTIMS. Brent Thompson, 43 , was the DART offi...

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  • Beyonce halts Scottish gig to honour police brutality victims
Beyonce halts Scottish gig to honour police brutality victims

We are sick and exhausted of the killings of young men and women in our communities. Beyonce's online message to USA politicians said: "We don't need sympathy". Dancers kicked and writhed in a pool of water, in front of a backdrop displaying the names of Alton Sterling , Philando Castile and hundreds of others.

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  • UK central bank sees economic risks crystalizing
UK central bank sees economic risks crystalizing

Sterling fell below $1.28 against the dollar for the first time since 1985 on fears of foreign outflows and interest rate cuts by the Bank of England following the vote to leave the European Union in the June referendum. She has called for a delay in invoking Article 50 - the formal procedure for leaving the European Union - and has said she want...

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