• Congressional Committee clears Hillary Clinton Of Wrongdoing In Benghazi Report
Congressional Committee clears Hillary Clinton Of Wrongdoing In Benghazi Report

Clinton testified before the panel for almost 11 hours last fall. A secret cabal of Gaddafi loyalists rescued U.S. personnel trapped during the Benghazi terror attacks on September 11, 2012 despite President Obama's attempts to overthrow the Libyan dictator, according to an 800-page report.

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  • Gunmen kidnap three Indonesians off Malaysian state of Sabah
Gunmen kidnap three Indonesians off Malaysian state of Sabah

Abdul Rashid said at the time of the kidnapping, no violence was reported and the police (at press time) were still recording statements from the four crew who were released, to facilitate investigations. "Serious efforts have to be made immediately by the Philippine and Malaysian governments, and the Indonesian government is ready to cooperate to ...

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  • Avigdor Lieberman and Most Israelis Oppose Turkey Deal
Avigdor Lieberman and Most Israelis Oppose Turkey Deal

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has apologized for the deaths, another Turkish condition for the resumption of diplomatic ties. Israeli and Turkish leaders on Monday lauded a deal reached at the weekend to restore ties after six years of acrimony over a deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla.

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  • I'll see you in court, Corbyn tells Labour MPs
I'll see you in court, Corbyn tells Labour MPs

The NEC's Johanna Baxter says the committee has not yet seen the legal advice produced for the leader's office, the party and some rebel MPs - which apparently differ on whether Corbyn should be on the ballot paper without nominations - which she called "unacceptable".

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  • Cambodian prime minister promises vigorous probe into critic's killing
Cambodian prime minister promises vigorous probe into critic's killing

Kem Ley, a well regarded political analyst and grassroots campaigner, was shot dead yesterday as he drank coffee at a convenience store attached to a petrol station in the capital Phnom Penh. A water bottle and a mobile phone were strewn nearby. " He was shot dead at a mart just before 9am", Kirt Chantharith, national police spokesman, told AF...

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  • Virat Kohli creates positive environment: Amit Mishra
Virat Kohli creates positive environment: Amit Mishra

All of that meant the home side ended their 87 overs of play on the day on 281 for 7. After the match, Mishra was found praising Test skipper Virat Kohli and emphasised on the comfort level shared between the two. The pacemen then got in on the act, Shami forcing Roston Chase to flick to Ajinkya Rahane at midwicket and Umesh trapping Shane Dowrich ...

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  • Heavy Fighting Erupts In South Sudan's Capital
Heavy Fighting Erupts In South Sudan's Capital

Military helicopters swooped over Juba and armored vehicles rolled through streets, witnesses said. People took shelter in their homes and hid beneath their beds as the sounds of guns and heavier weapons rose, fell, and rose again. A source in the neighborhood said around 1 pm they were hiding under beds due to intensified fighting around Lou Clini...

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  • J&K death toll rises to 12; Amarnath Yatra suspended for second day
J&K death toll rises to 12; Amarnath Yatra suspended for second day

The Amarnath Yatra remained suspended for the third consecutive day as curfew continued in most part of the Kashmir Valley following the tension after the killing of Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani on Friday. He alleged that the Amarnath pilgrims are facing lots of problems due to lack of arrangements by the administration including non-availability o...

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  • Winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Indiana
Winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Indiana

You're on the go! According to the Virginia Lottery, over $17.5 million in profits was generated in the commonwealth by Mega Millions ticket sales. Each of those tickets are worth $1 million. The drawing is the seventh biggest prize in USA lottery history , beating the Powerball prize of $448.4 million in August 2013.

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  • US troops number in Afghanistan not always add up precisely
US troops number in Afghanistan not always add up precisely

One official said: "It is not mission creep because they are not engaged in a combat capacity". However, Gibbs warned, the never-ending United States presence in Afghanistan generates unsustainable financial costs, which also generates public resentment.

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  • Dallas Police Say Nothing Found in Garage Search
Dallas Police Say Nothing Found in Garage Search

The attack came after the police killings of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana. Johnson, who was himself killed after the attacks in Dallas, supported black militant groups who encouraged violence against police.

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"Black Lives Matter": a movement that defies definition

He did go on to deny that black people are targeted by police by noting that white people are also killed by police. " These people coming here to stand and unite, they are showing that they are against police brutality and that's the most important thing ." she explained.

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  • Obama to reporter: Don't waste a question on Clinton emails
Obama to reporter: Don't waste a question on Clinton emails

Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee in the 2016 US presidential race, served as Secretary of State under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013. "I think it's possible she didn't understand what a "c" meant when she saw it in the body of an email like that". "The Petraeus case, to my mind, illustrates perfectly the kind of cases the Dep...

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  • Israel demolishes the homes of two Palestinian attackers
Israel demolishes the homes of two Palestinian attackers

The channel said the approved 800 units include 560 housing units in Ma'ale Adumim settlement , while the remaining 240 others will be allocated to the settlement neighborhood of Pesgat Ze'ev and Har Homa. A senior Palestinian official told Al Hayat that the United States has the "upper hand" in the Quartet, "the UN does not have any power, ...

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  • Andrea Leadsom row erupts: 'Being a mother gives me edge'
Andrea Leadsom row erupts: 'Being a mother gives me edge'

Cameron, who had campaigned for Britain to stay in the bloc, announced he would quit after the June 23 referendum delivered a vote for Brexit. David Cameron has warned that any attempt to row back on gay marriage is destined to fail after Tory leadership contender Andrea Leadsom said she "didn't really like" the legislation.

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  • PM Candidates Vow To Make EU Immigration Harder After Brexit
PM Candidates Vow To Make EU Immigration Harder After Brexit

Mr Cameron, who had campaigned for Britain to stay in the bloc, announced he would quit after the June 23 referendum delivered a vote for Brexit. He said: "When I met her years ago we had a long conversation and I was very impressed with her then and have followed her progress ever since".

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  • Solo records 100th shutout
Solo records 100th shutout

But it's more about the journey. The U.S. has one more game against Costa Rica on July 22 in Kansas City before leaving for the Olympics in Brazil. Hope Solo recorded her 100th shutout for the USWNT on Saturday. At her first Olympics with the USWNT in 2004, she served as alternate to veteran goalkeepers Brianna Scurry and Kristin Luckenbill...

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  • Sushma Swaraj condoles death of Pak philanthropist Edhi
Sushma Swaraj condoles death of Pak philanthropist Edhi

In a nation often riven by social, ethnic and religious strife, Edhi won respect from every strata of society for an ascetic lifestyle that was devoted to helping the poor regardless of their background. "We have lost a great servant of humanity". As news broke of his death, social media lit up with tributes lauding him as "the greatest Pakistani...

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  • Pro-Brexit MEP Nigel Farage resigns as leader of UK Independence Party
Pro-Brexit MEP Nigel Farage resigns as leader of UK Independence Party

Speaking to a scrum of reporters in London , Farage said he'd only returned to UKIP to campaign for Britons to vote to leave the European Union. Leading UKIP was "tough at times" but "all worth it" said Mr Farage, who is also an MEP. The renegotiation process for the U.K.'s exit isn't even expected to start until September, when the nation's c...

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  • Strong Quake Shake Coastal Area in Northwestern Ecuador
Strong Quake Shake Coastal Area in Northwestern Ecuador

A deadly quake killed 663 people in the same area in April. The first quake measuring 5.9 on the Richter Scale hit Muisne, a beach town in the province of Esmeraldas around 9 p.m. On April 16, a 7.8 magnitude quake rattled the country causing the deaths of at least 661 people. Los Angeles Fox News reporter Gigi Graciette, who is 5437km away, al...

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