• Dallas suspect told police he wanted to kill white officers
Dallas suspect told police he wanted to kill white officers

Police searched Johnson's home and found bomb-making materials, ballistic vests, rifles, ammunition and a personal journal of combat techniques. Cochran's shock mirrored the apparent frustration expressed by authorities who said that a review of the gunman's background left no immediate signal that might betray his mission - as expressed to pol...

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  • Super Typhoon hits Taiwan
Super Typhoon hits Taiwan

Typhoon Nepartak made landfall Friday morning in Taitung county, grounding planes and fishing boats. One unidentified man died after being swept out to sea in the eastern county of Hualien late Thursday. The strong winds blew off the roof of a container house in Taimali, injuring a family of four. Forecasters called on residents in Taiwan to re...

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  • North Korea fires submarine-based missile
North Korea fires submarine-based missile

The military is analysing the exact flight distance of the projectile and whether the test-firing was successful. The move comes a day after Seoul and Washington agreed to deploy an advanced military defense system that could intercept North Korean missiles following continued weapons testing by Pyongyang in defiance of United Nations resolutio...

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  • OH official:
OH official: "nervous as hell" over RNC in Cleveland

On Friday, July 8, 2016 , former OH state Sen. Numerous groups, both supporters and opponents of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, have indicated they will have a presence at the event, which runs July 18-21. Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott says he has rescinded his offer to send more than 30 deputies to Cleveland to assist with se...

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  • Snipers kill 5 Dallas cops at Black Lives Matter stir
Snipers kill 5 Dallas cops at Black Lives Matter stir

Brown said there were others in custody but he would not discuss the nature of those detentions. Thursday, a group of protestors in Newark blocked traffic in the city to protest the killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile by police officers in Louisiana and Minnesota.

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  • New ads tout Clinton, say Trump unqualified for presidency
New ads tout Clinton, say Trump unqualified for presidency

Sanders refused to endorse Clinton after she became the presumptive Democratic nominee having garnered the last round of delegates and super-delegates up for grabs in primaries in New Jersey and California in early-June. politics. Headlines, like those from NY Times , are implying that Bernie Sanders is endorsing Hillary Clinton and their inf...

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  • 100s protest Minnesota police shooting
100s protest Minnesota police shooting

The officer who shot Castile is with the St. Anthony Police Department, which provides police services in Falcon Heights. "Chemical irritant and marking rounds were used to stop unsafe criminal activity". "I have faith that good people, with good hearts, doing good things, will help heal the wounds of this awful week, and create safer communities...

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  • Spain: 1 man gored, 7 injured in Pamplona bull run
Spain: 1 man gored, 7 injured in Pamplona bull run

After a relatively measured first bull run on Thursday, the second running saw numerous six bulls used become separated from the pack moments after it began at 8am on Friday. The nine-day festival became famous with Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel "The Sun Also Rises". Spain's bull runs are a tradition rooted, originally, in farmers' need to speed ...

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  • United Nations officials releases Middle East Quartet report
United Nations officials releases Middle East Quartet report

The conference, convened by the UN Palestinian Rights Committee, brought together experienced peace negotiators, global experts including from the UN, Israel and Palestine, civil society and academics, to discuss lessons learned from past initiatives related to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and assess recent initiatives by key actors.

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  • Seoul says North Korea test-fires submarine-launched missile
Seoul says North Korea test-fires submarine-launched missile

North Korea rejects the sanctions as infringement of its sovereignty and its right to space exploration. He told reporters that the system is "purely defensive" and was a response to the threat posed by North Korea to South Korea. SEVEN SUMMITSThe decision to deploy THAAD is the latest move to squeeze the increasingly isolated North Korea, but Chin...

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  • Man incorrectly identified by police as Dallas shooting suspect speaks out
Man incorrectly identified by police as Dallas shooting suspect speaks out

And when the opportunity to strike came during a march - one involving hundreds protesting videos showing two African-American men shot by police in Louisiana and Minnesota - he killed at will, primarily targeting white police officers. The officer, who is now in stable condition, went to an apartment complex to check on a reported auto break-in ...

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  • Iraqi army closes in on Islamic State militants near Falluja
Iraqi army closes in on Islamic State militants near Falluja

IS launched a takeover of Fallujah in January 2014 and the Iraqi government launched an operation to retake the city in May. Al Hayat stated that many of them provided valuable intelligence about IS troops, while simultaneously seeking a pardon.

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  • Mom of Alton Sterling's son about Dallas shooting: 'Violence not the answer'
Mom of Alton Sterling's son about Dallas shooting: 'Violence not the answer'

Speaking from Warsaw, Poland, where he's attending the NATO Summit, President Obama delivered comments on the Dallas shooting, expressing frustration and underlining the need for America to change the ways in which we view, protect, and cultivate human life in our country.

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  • PM Modi holds talks with Jacob Zuma in Pretoria
PM Modi holds talks with Jacob Zuma in Pretoria

The Indian leader will meet President Felipe Nyusi and then move on to South Africa this evening. The Prime Minister said that he was confident that under the leadership of President Nyusi Indian investments would receive a nurturing environment.

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  • At least 6 stabbed outside California Capitol
At least 6 stabbed outside California Capitol

In a statement posted online about the incident, which led to 10 injuries, including two people with critical stab wounds, the department said the rally organized by the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) was permitted by the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

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  • Cosby Criminal Assault Case Can Go To Trial
Cosby Criminal Assault Case Can Go To Trial

Bill Cosby has lost another appeal in his ongoing sexual assault case, with a judge ruling the embattled comedian must stand trial. Judge Steven O'Neil denied his motion to have his accuser Andrea Constand to be cross examined and testify under oath.

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  • Abilene PD Chief Responds to Dallas Shooting
Abilene PD Chief Responds to Dallas Shooting

Jesus Retana, 39, was one of seven officers injured by a sniper's rifle at a peaceful Dallas protest on Thursday evening, five more officers were killed. They're demanding Twitter do what the police department won't. We're still waiting for the full picture of what happened in Dallas, Texas - and in Baton Rouge, La., and in Falcon Ridge, Minn...

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  • 5 soldiers killed in shooting in S Sudan capital
5 soldiers killed in shooting in S Sudan capital

Civil war broke out in South Sudan in 2013 after clashes between soldiers loyal to Mr Machar and President Kiir. A spokesman for the opposition SPLA-IO, Colonel William Gatijiath Deng, said fighting began after Machar's forces refused to allow their vehicles to be searched.

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  • Ohio official:
Ohio official: "nervous as hell" over RNC in Cleveland

Sheriff Zach Scott told the Columbus Dispatch he was concerned that the city had only a $10 million protest insurance policy. But by then, Scott said he had already made a decision to back out. Secret Service declined to comment Friday on convention security plans, and the Republican National Committee didn't return phone calls. Other police depa...

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  • China warns U.S. ahead of South China Sea ruling
China warns U.S. ahead of South China Sea ruling

The global arbitration tribunal was constituted based on UNCLOS following petition by the Philippines, which along with Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan reject China's claims over nearly all of the SC. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday in Beijing , discussing topics including the South China...

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