• Aghanistan mosque explosion claims at least 20 lives
Aghanistan mosque explosion claims at least 20 lives

A reporter for AFP said he had seen a number of bodies brought out of the mosque, leading to fears of a heavy death toll. Some reports also suggest that at least 30 people were killed in the deadly "terror attack". Although it's not clear if there was a second attacker, witnesses in the area reported hearing a second explosion about 10 minutes ...

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  • Kilpatrick Still At Large In Walker County, Alabama Jailbreak
Kilpatrick Still At Large In Walker County, Alabama Jailbreak

According to Walker County Sheriff James Underwood, that was enough to fool a corrections officer into believing the door, which led outside, was instead a cell door. Stephen Lamb, 28, one of the two escapees jailed for attempted murder, was captured at 11 p.m. local time. "And unknowingly to him, he hit that lock and out the door they went", Un...

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  • Putin Orders Hundreds of US Diplomats to Leave Russia
Putin Orders Hundreds of US Diplomats to Leave Russia

Embassy in Russia to reduce the number of its diplomats by September 1. The lawmaker pointed out that Russian Federation made everything possible to save its relations with the United States but the USA inappropriate behavior resulted in the current state of bilateral ties.

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  • Tigers continue to load up on infield prospects
Tigers continue to load up on infield prospects

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Wilson figures to compliment Cubs closer Wade Davis in the back of the bullpen this season and could take over the closer role next year, as Wilson is under club control for another year while Davis will become a free agent at season's end.

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  • Amendatory veto from Gov. Rauner expected Monday
Amendatory veto from Gov. Rauner expected Monday

Bruce Rauner . Without a funding formula in place, Illinois State Board of Education spokesman Jackie Matthews has said, the agency will be able to distribute only $1.5 billion in state money and federal funds for roughly 850 districts. It was unclear Monday afternoon if Cullerton still plans to send Rauner the plan, which aims to make funding more...

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  • Haley: No Point in Having UNSC Session if to Produce Nothing
Haley: No Point in Having UNSC Session if to Produce Nothing

In a tweet , Haley said that the USA was "done talking" when it came to North Korea, saying that the issue requires an "international solution" and involvement from Japan and South Korea. "There is no point in having an emergency session if it produces nothing of outcome". North Korea on Friday tested a Hwasong-14 for the second time this month,...

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  • Chinese official says no link between U.S. trade and N. Korea
Chinese official says no link between U.S. trade and N. Korea

Chinese state media warned President Trump on Monday against trying to solve problems with "emotional venting", a clear reference to a series of tweets from late last week in which Trump expressed his disappointment in China's inability to solve the problem of North Korea.

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  • RS elections: Amit Shah, Smriti Irani, Balwantsinh Rajput file nomination papers
RS elections: Amit Shah, Smriti Irani, Balwantsinh Rajput file nomination papers

Shortly after concluding the board meeting, BJP leader and Union Minister JP Nadda made the announcement. Rajput is pitted against senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel, who has been re-nominated for the August 8 Rajya Sabha election in Gujarat.

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  • Reince Priebus: Trump 'wanted to go a different direction'
Reince Priebus: Trump 'wanted to go a different direction'

Priebus is the fourth high level White House official that has left the Trump administration since inauguration. "Secretary Kelly is a star, and he'll do a good job". In a Twitter post after the article appeared online, Scaramucci said: "I sometimes use colorful language". Other RNC allies brought aboard included White House press secretary...

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  • New White House chief of staff is battle-toughened leader
New White House chief of staff is battle-toughened leader

While Kelly said Friday he was "honoured" to be asked to serve as Trump's new chief of staff, the U.S. president has not yet made clear his plans for filling the secretary of homeland security position. 25, 2017. It remained unclear, however, given Priebus' impending departure from the White House, in what capacity he planned to assist Preside...

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  • Reince Priebus ousted amid tumultuous days for Donald Trump's White House
Reince Priebus ousted amid tumultuous days for Donald Trump's White House

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said in a statement " Reince Priebus is a good friend". White House staffers normally report to the chief of staff but Trump arranged staff so that they would report to the president instead. General Kelly will remain Homeland Security Secretary until Monday. His departure comes after Trump lost a major legislat...

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  • First Alert Forecast: cooler, dry conditions and low humidity to close July
First Alert Forecast: cooler, dry conditions and low humidity to close July

Skies will clear for Sunday with cooler temperatures in the low 80s. Overnight lows will be in the 60s. Highs will drop back into the lower 80s for the end of the week. Sunday is now looking like it will be the better of the two weekend days for outdoor activities. Enjoy mostly sunny skies for the rest of the afternoon along with lower humid...

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  • Nawaz Sharif believes in rule of law, parliament's supremacy: Tanveer
Nawaz Sharif believes in rule of law, parliament's supremacy: Tanveer

The Supreme Court ousted Sharif on Friday after an investigation into corruption allegations against him and his family. The Pakistan Muslim League (N) party controls the majority in the parliament, so it is expected that there will be no problems with the formation of the government.

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  • Court Upholds Sentence for Israeli Soldier Who Killed Unarmed Palestinian
Court Upholds Sentence for Israeli Soldier Who Killed Unarmed Palestinian

Azaria was found guilty of manslaughter in January for shooting Fatah al-Sharif as he lay on the ground in the West Bank city of Hebron in March 2016. "This is not an easy day, but this is the verdict and the court must be respected", Lieberman said. "Sergeant (reserve) Elor Azaria is an IDF combat soldier who served at the forefront like man...

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  • Saudi FM slams Qatar for 'politicizing' Hajj
Saudi FM slams Qatar for 'politicizing' Hajj

The foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt will meet in Manama in a bid to persuade Qatar to "end its support for extremism and terrorism, stop meddling in the affairs of neighbouring countries and change its policies", read a statement on a state news agency.

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  • Boy Scout Troop Formed By Ohio Mosques Seeks To Challenge Assumptions
Boy Scout Troop Formed By Ohio Mosques Seeks To Challenge Assumptions

The POTUS even managed to insult the "disloyal" in Washington D.C.by invoking the Boy Scouts' famous loyalty pledge. "We could really use some more loyalty, I will tell you that", Trump said. Stephenson said Boy Scout leaders anticipated Trump would spark controversy with a politically tinged speech, yet felt obliged to invite him out...

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  • Senate parliamentarian rules against another key piece of the GOP repeal bill
Senate parliamentarian rules against another key piece of the GOP repeal bill

President Donald Trump insists he's said all along that Congress should let the Affordable Care Act "implode", then replace it. "But you can't have everything". Senators are reportedly considering a narrow bill that would eliminate the Affordable Care Act's "individual mandate", which assesses a tax on Americans who don't have insurance, along ...

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  • Russian Federation hits back at US
Russian Federation hits back at US

The bill, which includes a provision that allows Congress to stop any effort by Trump to ease existing sanctions on Russian Federation, will now be sent to the White House for Trump to sign into law or veto. Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that Russia is expelling 755 US diplomatic personnel in retaliation against new USA sanctions...

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  • Trump pushes out Priebus, names DHS' Kelly WH chief of staff
Trump pushes out Priebus, names DHS' Kelly WH chief of staff

Those who have departed include former deputy chief of staff Katie Walsh, outgoing press secretary Sean Spicer and press aide Michael Short. He obliquely accused Priebus of being the source of White House leaks that have been a source of constant irritation to the president.

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  • Mayor said to be drug trafficker shot dead
Mayor said to be drug trafficker shot dead

At least five were arrested, including Parojinog's daughter, Nova Parojinog Echavez, who's also the city's vice mayor. Ozamiz police chief Jovie Espenido said officers went to search Parojinog's house for illegal firearms when they were met with gunshots and were forced to fire back, the Associated Press reported .

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