• Murray and Raonic head to tiebreaker in 3rd set
Murray and Raonic head to tiebreaker in 3rd set

The 25-year-old Raonic, who was bidding to become Canada's first Grand Slam champion, admitted he still had a lot to work on. ANDY MURRAY broke down in tears after beating Milos Raonic to win his second Wimbledon title. He added, "This one's gonna sting, so I'm gonna make sure, as these courts are green, that I'm going to be back here for anoth...

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  • Tennessee Republicans in Congress give Trump high marks for GOP meeting
Tennessee Republicans in Congress give Trump high marks for GOP meeting

In an interview Saturday with The Associated Press, the former House Speaker also said a test should be devised to check the safety credentials of Syrian refugees based on Sharia, or Islamic law. Trump blamed the media for taking his remarks out of context, noting that he had referred to the former Iraqi dictator as a "bad guy" in the same speec...

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  • Biles locks up spot on US Olympic gymnastics team
Biles locks up spot on US Olympic gymnastics team

She is exactly one point behind Biles. Simone Biles hasn't won an Olympic gold medal yet, but that hasn't stopped everyone in the gymnastics community from noticing just how great the Olympic gymnast really is. One of the loops came undone so the other one thankfully stayed on, but I was nervous it was going to flop off during my floor routine...

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  • Would-be British PM sparks row with remarks on rival's childlessness
Would-be British PM sparks row with remarks on rival's childlessness

In a highly personal interview with the newspaper, Mrs Leadsom said: " Genuinely I feel that being a mum means you have a very real stake in the future of our country, a tangible stake". "Britain was one of the countries with a centre right leaning government to take that step and many others are following suit and I am very proud of that".

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  • Malware-plagued Pokemon GO app making the rounds on Android
Malware-plagued Pokemon GO app making the rounds on Android

According to security firm Proofpoint, via Motherboard , a version of the app infected with a malicious remote access tool (RAT) called DroidJack is making the rounds. To get the game outside of the official release countries, players have to disable security and "side-load" the application outside of official app stores.

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  • Angela Eagle to announce Labour leadership bid
Angela Eagle to announce Labour leadership bid

Some of his opponents are trying to recruit new members who support their view of what Labour should look like as a party, but they did try this during last year's leadership contest, and it didn't work out all that well . Corbyn has lost the support of most of Labour's 228 lawmakers in the House of Commons but retains strong support among the ...

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  • PM Modi receives ceremonial welcome Jul 8, 1:49 pm
PM Modi receives ceremonial welcome Jul 8, 1:49 pm

Modi said 20,000 Mozambicans can trace their ancestors to India and that they are the bridge to economic ties between the two countries. Mozambique is the destination of around a quarter of India's investments in Africa totalling around United States dollars 8 billion.

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  • Croatia, Puerto Rico win in Olympic basketball qualifiers
Croatia, Puerto Rico win in Olympic basketball qualifiers

Parker made a clutch three-pointer with just over two minutes to go to give France a seven-point lead and quell Canada's last significant run. Thompson produced eight points and seven rebounds in 27 minutes of play in the loss. "We're a better shooting team than we've shown", Triano said. The roster came together quickly, without a ton of time to...

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  • Speculation continues that Indiana Governor could be Donald Trump's VP pick
Speculation continues that Indiana Governor could be Donald Trump's VP pick

Corker had been an advocate for Trump , lending his expertise of foreign policy as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, all while he was hammered by his likely opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, as unprepared to be commander-in-chief.

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  • Turnbull claims victory in Australia elections
Turnbull claims victory in Australia elections

Australia's Labour opposition leader Bill Shorten conceded defeat in national elections today eight days after voters went to the polls, allowing the ruling conservatives to form a new government. "I expect them to do nothing less than keep the promises that they made to the Australian people", he said. "We need to ensure that all the vital ...

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  • Turnbull claims victory in tight national election
Turnbull claims victory in tight national election

The Prime Minister said his granddaughter Isla was on his lap when he took Mr Shorten's concession call, and he was "deeply, deeply touched" by the moment. Badges with the slogan "I Miss Malcolm" were a common sight throughout the campaign - a nod to the fact that many people didn't know what Turnbull, once a passionate advocate of Australia cutt...

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  • Australia's opposition Labor party concedes defeat in national poll
Australia's opposition Labor party concedes defeat in national poll

Mr Shorten earlier told reporters in Melbourne: "It is clear that Mr Turnbull and his coalition will form a government". Turnbull said: "This is a great day today...to thank the Australian people for the decisions they've taken in this election and to commit to them anew our absolutely unrelenting determination to ensure this parliament delivers ...

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  • Over 29 Palestinians injured in clashes by Israeli Forces
Over 29 Palestinians injured in clashes by Israeli Forces

He described the events as " unprecedented " during the last 10 days of the Muslim holy month Ramadan. Rosenfeld added that four Palestinian youths had been arrested for disrupting the passage of non-Muslims to the site. "I encourage you to take the courageous steps necessary to prevent a one-state reality of perpetual conflict that is incompatib...

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  • Iraqi forces retake key airbase from south of Mosul from ISIS
Iraqi forces retake key airbase from south of Mosul from ISIS

Iraqi forces are carrying out operations in the Nineveh governorate in preparation for an assault on Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city that has been under Daesh control since 2014, Al Sumaria TV network reported. After liberating the ISIS-stronghold city of Fallujah west of Iraq in late June after it was occupied for two years by the militant grou...

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  • Pakistan's obstinately humble hero Edhi dies at 92
Pakistan's obstinately humble hero Edhi dies at 92

Edhi's namaaz-e-janaza was held at the National Stadium in Karachi , once renowned for many a cricket match but now an abandoned memorial to global cricket in Pakistan, and was attended by the most important individuals in the country today.

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  • The Days After: A Nation Reacts To The Week's Violence
The Days After: A Nation Reacts To The Week's Violence

Obama's Open Government Partnership has tried to improve accountability in developing countries, though its founding members include Brazil and the Philippines - two countries whose current situations have stoked concerns about democratic backsliding.

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  • Mexican Official Tweets Photo of 'El Chapo' in Jail
Mexican Official Tweets Photo of 'El Chapo' in Jail

The head of the Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán is widely regarded as the most powerful drug lord in the world. The cartel commander is still being held at the maximum security Altiplano jail, to the west of Mexico City, as he awaits deportation to America on drug dealing and murder charges.

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  • Britain set for a woman PM
Britain set for a woman PM

If she gets in, one minister said, the Conservatives will end up with their own Jeremy Corbyn - a leader popular with party members but who can't win over voters. "I want to offer particular congratulations to Andrea Leadsom on her stunning achievement". The planned route of HS2's first phase, which will run between London and Birmingham, is du...

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  • Obama says attacks on police hurt Black Lives Matter cause
Obama says attacks on police hurt Black Lives Matter cause

The president, speaking before his departure from Spain, weighed in on domestic turmoil in the U.S.in response to a question regarding the overnight protests by Black Lives Matter activists and criticism facing the group in general. on November 29, 2009, when a gunman walked in and opened fire on four city police officers working on their lapto...

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  • RIP Lin-Manuel Miranda's ponytail #Hamilcut
RIP Lin-Manuel Miranda's ponytail #Hamilcut

Miranda, who spent years creating the musical after being inspired by Ron Chernow's biography , has become a superstar (complete with concerns about rabid fans) as he turned a Founding Father into an official cultural phenomenon. "Quite frankly, the most important thing that I see in this entire journey, it's the amount of young kids that are lear...

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