• Israel's Netanyahu Apologizes for Causing Kenya Traffic Gridlock
Israel's Netanyahu Apologizes for Causing Kenya Traffic Gridlock

Netanyahu's brother, Yonatan, was killed in the July 1976 raid. The single biggest challenge facing not just Kenya and Africa but the entire world, said Kenyatta, is terrorism committed by "deranged people who believe in no religion". Currently, only 2 percent of Israel's exports go to Africa but there is a growing middle class and process of urb...

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  • PM Modi arrives in Pretoria to strengthen ties with SA
PM Modi arrives in Pretoria to strengthen ties with SA

After Mr. Modi's wide-ranging talks with Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi here, the two countries signed three pacts, including a significant "long-term agreement" under which India will buy pulses from this African nation to meet its recurring shortfall and contain prices of this commodity.

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  • Barcelona vow to back Messi after 'personal attack'
Barcelona vow to back Messi after 'personal attack'

However, in Spain it is customary that those sentenced to under two years for non-violent crimes do not serve time in jail. The footballing world was shocked this week after Lionel Messi was convicted of tax fraud. Messi's family allegedly feel victimised in Spain and are getting impatient over Barcelona's failure to offer their superstar a new...

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  • Over 60 civilians killed in north Syria: monitor
Over 60 civilians killed in north Syria: monitor

Over the last two days, officials said about 50 people have been killed in a pair of attacks in Syria - one from rebels and the other by anti-rebel forces - on the final day of an ineffective 72-hour cease-fire implemented by the Syrian army.

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  • Unhinged Trump Attacks Disney's 'Frozen' To Defend His Anti-Semitic Tweet
Unhinged Trump Attacks Disney's 'Frozen' To Defend His Anti-Semitic Tweet

Over the Fourth of July weekend, Trump tweeted an image of Clinton alongside hundred-dollar bills and a six-pointed star figure, with the words "most corrupt candidate ever!" In defense of that tweet, he later tweeted a photo of a sticker book for the Disney movie Frozen that had a similarly shaped star on its cover.

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  • Spain: 5 gored in hair-raising Pamplona bull-run
Spain: 5 gored in hair-raising Pamplona bull-run

Revelers from around the world arrive to Pamplona every year to take p. On their official website, event organizers called Friday's run "crazy" and said it was the most risky run since 12 July 2007 when seven people were gored, The Local reports.

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  • Black Lives Matter protests continue, despite criticism
Black Lives Matter protests continue, despite criticism

His photo showed him wearing a dashiki and raising his fist over the words "Black Power", and his cover shot carried the red, black and green Pan-African flag. But how we handle it can do a lot of things. The Dallas Police Department said Johnson's Facebook account also included information about Richard Griffin, also known as Professor Griff, ...

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  • Iraq's Interior Minister Announces Resignation
Iraq's Interior Minister Announces Resignation

Another man was looking for five relatives, including children, who were buying new clothes for Eid-al-Fitr - the celebration that marks the end of Ramadan on Tuesday. He said he submitted his resignation after he sent a letter to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, demanding a meeting for the country's security council to discuss reforms of the secur...

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  • Terror Strikes Again: Two people killed at Eid congregation in Bangladesh
Terror Strikes Again: Two people killed at Eid congregation in Bangladesh

According to the Police, "Bombs exploded near an Eid prayer gathering in Sholakia in northern Kishoreganj district where at least 200,000 people had gathered". He filed the general diary seeking information of his son's whereabouts in the wake of the July 1 terrorist attack at Holey Artisan restaurant in Dhaka's Gulshan area.

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  • North Korea fires submarine-launched missile: South Korea
North Korea fires submarine-launched missile: South Korea

China swiftly denounced the plan. North Korea previously fired an SLBM on April 23 in a test hailed as an "eye-opening success" by leader Kim Jong-un, who at the time declared his country had the ability to strike Seoul and the U.S. The South's military declined to confirm those details citing its policy of not publicly commenting on intelligen...

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  • India, Mozambique to Fast-Track Agricultural Cooperation
India, Mozambique to Fast-Track Agricultural Cooperation

Other programmes include a meeting with the President of the National Assembly, Veronica Macamo, and a visit to the S&T Park in Maluana, where he shall have a direct interaction with students. The external affairs ministry, in a post on its website, said that Indian investments in the energy sector in Mozambique amounted to $5.075 billion.

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  • Dallas shooting: Police killed armed suspect using a robot
Dallas shooting: Police killed armed suspect using a robot

One underwent surgery for a gunshot wound in the leg. A media representative for the city of Dallas said Brown was declining interview requests. "We are heartbroken. While some departments have put restrictions on auto chases - which can end in fatal smash-ups - Brown began to question whether officers should even give chase on foot in certai...

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  • Corbyn must go, says former Worcester Labour MP
Corbyn must go, says former Worcester Labour MP

Corbyn's challenge is expected to come from former Shadow Business Secretary Angela Eagle, a more moderate MP who is well-respected among her Labour peers. Tom Watson told MPs: "It is the last throw of the dice." Mr Corbyn's message was compared to a "hostage video" by his critics, with one source dismissing the "continued acts of desperation" f...

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  • Union cites 'poison pill' in Canada Post offer
Union cites 'poison pill' in Canada Post offer

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers said in a statement that it has "politely declined" the suggestion from Labour Minister MaryAnn Mihychuk for binding arbitration, calling it a "matter of principle". The federal government passed back-to-work legislation a week later, which came with a wage settlement below what Canada Post was offering during...

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  • White people must listen to African American fears: Clinton
White people must listen to African American fears: Clinton

Her comments follow the police shooting of two black men in two separate incidents in Louisiana and Minnesota over the past week. In a round of TV appearances, Clinton said she had been working her whole life to try to bridge the racial divide.

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  • Zimbabwe civil servants strike over unpaid wages
Zimbabwe civil servants strike over unpaid wages

At Zimbabwe's two largest state hospitals, Parirenyatwa and Harare Central, non-critical patients were told to come back next week because junior doctors and nurses were on strike, leaving only senior staff to work, Reuters witnesses said.

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  • Dubious Statement Supports Government South China Sea Neutrality
Dubious Statement Supports Government South China Sea Neutrality

Secretary of State John Kerry by telephone on Wednesday ahead of a key worldwide court ruling on China's South China Sea claims and warned Washington against moves that infringe on China's sovereignty, Beijing's official Xinhua news agency reported .

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  • Obama to take questions on Dallas attack, race relations
Obama to take questions on Dallas attack, race relations

The officials were not authorized to discuss the details publicly, so spoke on condition of anonymity. In addition to taking part in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation advisory-and-assist mission, the USA has special operations forces in the country that conduct counterterrorism missions.

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  • Australia's ruling coalition nears majority after polls
Australia's ruling coalition nears majority after polls

It is also expected to have the support of four independents. Such a move would be humiliating for Mr Turnbull, a progressive who ousted Mr Abbott, a conservative, in a leadership coup last September. The agency lowered its outlook from stable to negative, adding there was a one-in-three chance the rating could be lowered within two years if measur...

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  • Wani killing: Net services suspended in Kashmir
Wani killing: Net services suspended in Kashmir

After his death, curfew-like restrictions were imposed on many parts of Kashmir , and mobile and telephone services suspended. A young Kashmiri militant commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen was killed along with two other militants in a gun battle in south Kashmir on Friday, police confirmed, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.

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