• Black Lives Matter Releases Statement on Dallas Shooting
Black Lives Matter Releases Statement on Dallas Shooting

Two civilians were also wounded. Authorities initially said three suspects were in custody and the fourth dead. He was eventually killed after negotiations didn't work and an exchange of gunfire ensued. He joined the force in 2009. Johnson, as GRIFFIN, authored a book titled "A Warrior's Tapestry", police said. Authorities in Tennessee say a ma...

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  • Obama to visit Dallas next week
Obama to visit Dallas next week

He will attend meetings in Warsaw on Saturday, as scheduled, before heading on to Spain, where his itinerary includes meetings with Spanish leaders and a visit with US troops. He reiterated that message Friday morning. "So when people say 'Black Lives Matter, ' that doesn't mean blue lives don't matter", he said, referring to police.

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  • Nigel Farage Exits UKIP Leadership Role
Nigel Farage Exits UKIP Leadership Role

I came into this business because I wanted us to a self-governing nation, not to become a career politician. Farage says that whoever is chosen to lead the country should be a "Brexit prime minister" and says that he will continue to support UKIP.

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  • Iraq's Fallujah 'Fully Cleared of IS'
Iraq's Fallujah 'Fully Cleared of IS'

Carter added it was important the Iraqi government investigates alleged human rights abuses carried out by security forces against some civilians as they tried to flee the city. Since the ground operation began on May 21, the coalition forces have conducted more than 100 airstrikes in support of Iraqi government forces to liberate the city of Fall...

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  • Syrian military declares 72-hour truce across country, but fighting continues
Syrian military declares 72-hour truce across country, but fighting continues

The last truce - a high-profile "cessation of hostilities" brokered by the U.S. and Russian Federation - was declared on February 27 and excluded militant groups such as the Islamic State and al Qaida's branch in Syria, the Nusra Front. Government advances were also reported in Daraya, a besieged opposition-held town overlooking Damascus airport,...

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  • Theatres collaborate on commemoration of the Somme
Theatres collaborate on commemoration of the Somme

A SERVICE to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme was held at Larkhill this morning at 7.30am, the time when the British Army launched its assault on the German lines. Game Of Thrones star Charles Dance, actress Joely Richardson and Harry Potter actor Jason Isaacs narrated events. The royals each wore a poppy and a cornflo...

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  • Sen. Bob Corker withdraws from Trump VP consideration
Sen. Bob Corker withdraws from Trump VP consideration

This video includes clips from Donald J. Trump for President Inc ., C-SPAN and YouTube / Joni Ernst , and images from Getty Images. Corker, who was formally vetted by the Trump campaign, was perhaps more explicit in rejecting the GOP vice-presidential spot.

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  • Russia, China Boost Energy Ties During Putin's Beijing Visit
Russia, China Boost Energy Ties During Putin's Beijing Visit

We have been engaged in very close contacts these years. When elaborating " a comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination", Putin said the word "comprehensive" means that the two countries are cooperating in nearly all vital areas, and "strategic" demonstrates the prime importance they are attaching to their relationship.

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  • EU 27 agree 'no single market a la carte' for UK
EU 27 agree 'no single market a la carte' for UK

Mr Cameron has ignored pleas from European Union leaders to trigger Article 50 immediately, insisting it will be a decision for his replacement as prime minister to take, which has led to the current stand-off between Britain and Brussels .

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  • NRA Says Philando Castile Shooting 'Troubling,' Will Say More After Investigation Concludes
NRA Says Philando Castile Shooting 'Troubling,' Will Say More After Investigation Concludes

Choi declined to comment on the investigation. The next night, Philando Castile was shot by St. Paul police in Minnesota after being pulled over for a broken tail light. Hours after Dayton's remarks Thursday, five police officers were fatally shot and others were wounded during protests in Dallas over Castile's killing and the fatal police s...

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  • 26 police killed so far in 2016, up 44% from 2015
26 police killed so far in 2016, up 44% from 2015

Tamara Gillard, who is working on her MBA at Texas Southern University , fears the shootings will worsen the situation between police and the community. police have used a robot for lethal purposes. While talking to police negotiators, the suspect said he was not affiliated with any group and acted alone.

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  • Australian PM Turnbull under fire, cliffhanger election counting continues
Australian PM Turnbull under fire, cliffhanger election counting continues

According reports, as of Monday morning, the ruling coalition has gained 65 seats, the Labor party - 67 seats and other parties had five seats with 80 percent of vote counted. He also pointed to what he said was instability in the ranks of the Liberal Party . "Like all of us, Australians would have no doubt preferred a clearer outcome last...

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  • Obama Cuts Europe Trip Short, Will Visit Dallas Next Week
Obama Cuts Europe Trip Short, Will Visit Dallas Next Week

The president is now in Poland , where he is attending his fifth and final NATO Summit. "We still don't know all the facts". President Obama is scheduled to fly to Dallas early next week following the deadly shooting of five officers.

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  • Dwyane Wade And Gabrielle Union Revealed A Big Secret About LeBron James
Dwyane Wade And Gabrielle Union Revealed A Big Secret About LeBron James

For the first time in 4,760 days, Wade awoke as a member of another team. "This man is a true mentor, friend and big brother", Heat guard Josh Richardson wrote on Instagram , alongside a photo of he and Wade from this past season. Both trades were confirmed to the AP on condition of anonymity because they were not immediately finalized. "He's ...

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  • Israel razes homes of 2 Palestinian assailants
Israel razes homes of 2 Palestinian assailants

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made a decision to allow the expansion of a West Bank settlement in the wake of the stabbing death of a 13-year-old Israeli-American girl, reports said on Sunday. The lockdown is Israel's biggest military move in the West Bank in two years. Members of the Israeli security forces fire a tear ga...

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  • Tour de France: Peter Sagan retains yellow jersey, Marcel Kittel wins stage
Tour de France: Peter Sagan retains yellow jersey, Marcel Kittel wins stage

So this is how it all looks after stage 4. Tour debutants Oliver Naesen and Alexis Gougeard, alongside Markel Irizar and Andreas Schillinger, made their move near the 30-kilometer mark and quickly increased the gap, helped by a tail wind.

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  • Aurora police chief says Dallas shootings hit home for fellow officers
Aurora police chief says Dallas shootings hit home for fellow officers

The other injured officers were part of the Dallas Police Department . According to Rawlings, authorities have concluded that the "shooting came from one building at different levels from one suspect" and that the city can now begin healing.

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  • United Kingdom will have second female prime minister
United Kingdom will have second female prime minister

Two Conservative Party activists said some of May's supporters were encouraging lawmakers who back the interior minister to vote for Gove, cutting out the increasingly popular Leadsom from the race. 'We need strong, proven leadership to negotiate the best deal for Britain as we leave the European Union, to unite our party and our country, and...

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  • Dallas attack terror link ruled out: White House
Dallas attack terror link ruled out: White House

Obama also spoke with the Dallas police chief and Attorney General Loretta Lynch this evening to express his condolences over the attack and receive an update on the ongoing investigation, the White House said. A visibly frustrated Mr. Obama urged Americans to push for local law enforcement reforms and said all Americans, regardless of race, sh...

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  • U.S. House committees welcome THAAD deployment in S. Korea
U.S. House committees welcome THAAD deployment in S. Korea

The United States and South Korea are working closely to ensure the swift deployment of THAAD , and will develop specific operational procedures, the release said. On Wednesday, the U.S. placed Kim on its sanctions blacklist for the first time, holding him directly responsible for a long list of human rights abuses .

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