• Jason Kenney has the right stuff
Jason Kenney has the right stuff

Kenney said that, under the NDP, Alberta is no longer the "land of opportunity". The Wildrose was launched by disaffected Tories about a decade ago. A noted gun nut, extreme social conservative and union hater, Anders is best known for falling asleep in Parliament as the cameras rolled and opposing honourary Canadian citizenship for the late Sout...

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  • Ex-Australian Prime Minister Defends Country's Involvement in 2003 Iraq War
Ex-Australian Prime Minister Defends Country's Involvement in 2003 Iraq War

Mr Howard said despite the report's criticisms of Mr Blair's decisions, he agreed with the British prime minister's decisions at the time. While some had anticipated a whitewash, the tome actually delivered a damning indictment of Blair's decision to take the country to war and none of today's (7 July) papers hold any punches.

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  • North Korea Threatens Over US Missile System In South Korea
North Korea Threatens Over US Missile System In South Korea

Department of State compiled a list of 15 North Korean senior officials and eight agencies responsible for the violation of human rights in a new report and submitted it to Congress. "The U.S.is wholly to blame for the ensuing unpleasant things happening in the bilateral times". Pyongyang is holding two American citizens - Kim Dong-chul, a 62-yea...

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  • Revered Pakistani Philanthropist Edhi Dies; State Funeral Set For July 9
Revered Pakistani Philanthropist Edhi Dies; State Funeral Set For July 9

Sattar Edhi migrated to Karachi after Partition, and was the son of a small-time Gujarati Memon businessman. Speakers paid rich tribute to the great services of late Edhi. Public services remembered Notables of Mandi Bahauddin held a meeting at Colony Officers Club to condole the death of revered humanitarian and dedicated social worker of the co...

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  • Berlin condemns riots that injured scores of officers
Berlin condemns riots that injured scores of officers

At least 123 German police officers have been injured in clashes with thousands of left-wing protesters in Berlin . A man injured during a series of attacks on homeless men in San Diego died at a hospital - bringing the death toll to three, police said.

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  • Kashmir seethes as 20 killed amid anti-India protests
Kashmir seethes as 20 killed amid anti-India protests

There were no reports of fresh deaths or injuries. Six civilians who had been injured after Indian troops fired on rock-throwing protesters died overnight while a man was killed on Sunday as hundreds of people defied the curfew and clashed with troops in southern Pulwama town, a police official said on condition of anonymity becasue he wasn't a...

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  • Trudeau honours atrocity victims before signing free trade deal with Ukraine
Trudeau honours atrocity victims before signing free trade deal with Ukraine

Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko will pay an official visit to Azerbaijan on July 13-14, said a message posted on the Ukrainian president's website July 11. Trudeau said: "The CUFTA represents a significant milestone in the relationship between Canada and Ukraine". MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine and Canada on Monday signed a free trade agreement durin...

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  • Corbyn to be challenged over Labour leadership by Angela Eagle
Corbyn to be challenged over Labour leadership by Angela Eagle

In a message to his MPs, Corbyn said: "I urge them to think again about what they are doing at this present time". Abbottdismissed talks of a split if Corbyn was to win again. 'In such turbulent times, we need a leader who can unite rather than divide the Labour Party'. "If you win that leadership that doesn't give you the right to fail".

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  • Turkey prepared 11000 tons of aid for Gaza
Turkey prepared 11000 tons of aid for Gaza

The deal will also see the two countries exchange ambassadors "as soon as possible", Yildirim told a press conference in Ankara. "We were already delivering the same amount of humanitarian aid to Gaza , but without making an appearance", said Erdogan.

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  • Australia PM claims victory after national elections
Australia PM claims victory after national elections

Mr Turnbull said he supported Mr Shorten's push for e-voting as he addressed the media to claim the Coalition's election win. The coalition went into the election with 90 seats in the House, compared with Labor's 55. Labor, which now has 66 seats under its belt and is expected to win three more, conceded defeat. "We have a mandate, and we shoul...

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  • Donald Trump picks Bob Knight to speak at RNC
Donald Trump picks Bob Knight to speak at RNC

Likely GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump waves after a meeting with House Republicans , that apparently went better than a sometimes testy meeting with Senate Republicans later. "There was no awkward moment". Trump , who told the Today show that he spent $55 million of his own money during the Republican primaries, admitted he would need ...

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  • 'It is imperative we learn lessons from Chilcot Report'
'It is imperative we learn lessons from Chilcot Report'

If Hussein had been in power during the Arab Spring in 2011, Blair said, "I believe he would have tried to keep power" in the way that Syria's President Assad has done. It also revealed that in a remarkable private note sent on July 28th, 2002, Blair promised Bush: "I will be with you, whatever". Chilcot says "the scale of United Kingdom efforts in...

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  • Head of UK opposition party urges challenger to think again
Head of UK opposition party urges challenger to think again

The challenge marks the latest in a struggle for control of Britain's second-largest political party triggered by the June 23 vote to leave the European Union - which many in Labour have blamed on Corbyn , saying he didn't campaign hard enough.

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  • Lawmaker to back Australian government in hung parliament
Lawmaker to back Australian government in hung parliament

Electoral officials are counting 1.5 million postal and absentee votes that will be crucial to the result of Saturday's poll, which saw a swing against Mr Turnbull's conservative coalition government and the rise of populist independents. As of the latest count, the ruling Coalition had 73 seats in the lower house, needing three more to form a majo...

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  • Backed airstrikes destroy 120 ISIS vehicles in convoy
Backed airstrikes destroy 120 ISIS vehicles in convoy

IS has since suffered major defeats when Iraqi forces, backed by US -led coalition, drove the extremists out of several key cities, including the city of Fallujah, which was retaken by Iraqi forces earlier this week. According to Rasool and other military sources, the first strikes broke up a massive initial convoy that stretched several kilometres...

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  • Led airstrikes kill at least 250 ISIL fighters near Fallujah
Led airstrikes kill at least 250 ISIL fighters near Fallujah

Additional militants were killed and vehicles were destroyed by the Iraqi security on the ground. The estimated flow of foreign fighters heading into Iraq and Syria to join the ranks of the Islamic State group has dropped from more than 2,000 fighters a month a year ago to current estimates as low as 200 per month, Garver said.

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  • Korea's ballistic missile test unsuccessful
Korea's ballistic missile test unsuccessful

In a statement, the U.S. Strategic Command said it tracked a presumed KN-11 submarine-launched ballistic missile from North Korea's eastern coast. Beijing said Friday it lodged complaints with the USA and South Korean ambassadors over the decision to launch the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense ( THAAD ) missile defense system.

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  • Benghazi panel OKs report, Clinton probe may continue
Benghazi panel OKs report, Clinton probe may continue

The four-and-a-half hour hearing, however, appeared to eke out several new seams for Republicans to pursue. Whereas Ms. Lynch will face the email examination at the House Judiciary Committee in connection with her meeting with former President Bill Clinton Prior her appointment with the FBI Director James Comey .

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  • 'Black Lives Matter' Peaceful Protest at AR State Capitol
'Black Lives Matter' Peaceful Protest at AR State Capitol

Police began making arrests when demonstrators continued to block the street and refused to move. Leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement are condemning the slayings of police in Dallas during a protest over fatal police shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.

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  • Noren extends Scottish Open lead
Noren extends Scottish Open lead

The 33-year-old, a four-times victor on the European Tour, fired a four-under-par 68 at Castle Stuart Golf Links to end a wildly fluctuating day of early sunshine and heavy rain showers in the afternoon with a 12-under total of 204. "The amount of players that are here and on a course like this in Scotland; it's only what I dreamed of growing up". ...

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