• Election loss would be 'like Australian Brexit'
Election loss would be 'like Australian Brexit'

Turnbull said he was also being briefed by diplomats overseas as to how the decision could affect Australia, and said while stability was beginning to return to the various financial markets on Monday, there was still political uncertainty across the European Union (EU).

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  • US Defense Minister In Baghdad To Discuss Fight Against IS
US Defense Minister In Baghdad To Discuss Fight Against IS

A small number of US forces have conducted a brief site survey at the airbase, but they did not remain onsite. Two years since Islamic State seized wide swathes of Iraq and neighboring Syria in a lightning offensive, the tide has begun to turn as an array of forces lined up against the jihadists have made inroads into their once sprawling terri...

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  • Kasich to appear at transportation event in Cleveland
Kasich to appear at transportation event in Cleveland

The campaign said 94 percent of more than 400,000 donors gave less than $200. The results from this month show the enthusiastic movement the campaign has created, but the collection is still much less than his Democratic party opponent Hillary Clinton's June haul.

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  • Clinton camp: Bernie's endorsing Hillary tomorrow An error occurred
Clinton camp: Bernie's endorsing Hillary tomorrow An error occurred

Now it seems like the entire party is getting onboard with Sanders' ideas. Instead, they crafted language laying out Democratic principles on trade - calling for all pacts to address labor rights, environmental rules, currency manipulation and more - and had AFSCME President Lee Saunders present it.

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  • Egyptian FM meets Netanyahu in rare Israel visit
Egyptian FM meets Netanyahu in rare Israel visit

Egypt's foreign minister paid a visit to Israel on Sunday, saying that his country remains a "steadfast and unwavering" supporter of a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians but warning that conditions for achieving that are deteriorating.

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  • Fighting enters 5th day in South Sudan capital
Fighting enters 5th day in South Sudan capital

Highlighting lawlessness on Juba's streets, one resident said he saw police officers trying to loot a shop in his neighbourhood by shooting off the padlocks and firing in the air to scare away people, echoing similar reports by residents on Sunday.

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  • 5 candidates in leadership race for UK's Conservative Party
5 candidates in leadership race for UK's Conservative Party

Cameron's announcement triggered a Conservative leadership race in which Johnson was expected be a front-runner, with Gove as his campaign manager. Gove also said he would "only trigger it after extensive preliminary talks" but European Union officials have said no such talks can be held until Article 50 is invoked.

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  • UK Conservative candidate apologizes over motherhood remarks
UK Conservative candidate apologizes over motherhood remarks

Graham Brady, the chairman of the Conservative backbench 1922 committee which is overseeing the leadership contest, said Mrs May had yet to be confirmed as party leader and the Conservative Party board would be consulted today. This leaves the door to number 10 open for an uncontested change of leadership of the Conservative party and a new Prime M...

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  • Spanish matador killed by bull during live broadcast
Spanish matador killed by bull during live broadcast

On Saturday, the bull threw Barrio into the air before he was gored on the right side of his chest and he was violently thrown. Medics immediately attempted to save the matador but were unsuccessful due to the extent of his injuries. Participants at the famed running of the bulls at the San Fermin festivities in Pamplona wore improvised black arm...

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  • Bangladesh seeks global support to fight terror after worst attack
Bangladesh seeks global support to fight terror after worst attack

Bangladesh Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali on Tuesday said the country hopes to receive support from the worldwide community in its fight against terrorism and extremism. "All our concerned units are working tirelessly", said deputy police inspector general Shahidur Rahman. He expressed his deepest sympathies for the families of victims of the at...

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  • Jordan condemns terror attacks in Saudi Arabia
Jordan condemns terror attacks in Saudi Arabia

A picture taken July 4, 2016 shows damaged vehicles at the site of the suicide attack near the security headquarters of the Prophet's Mosque in Medina City. In Jeddah the attacker killed himself and lightly wounded two guards, while no-one was injured by the blast in Qatif other than the bomber. The statement said all Muslims must unite and offer...

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  • Russian and Assad regime airstrikes kill 37 in North-West Syria
Russian and Assad regime airstrikes kill 37 in North-West Syria

Maydaa had been under the control of the powerful Jaish Al Islam rebel faction and was the group's closest position to Dumeir military airport, where they are fighting to displace government forces. Moscow has sent air forces to Syria for months to support Assad's regime and quell rebels seeking to remove him from power. Observers say the Syria...

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  • India tanzania sign two agreements on water projects
India tanzania sign two agreements on water projects

Modi's trip is meant to raise India's profile in energy, trade and investment in Africa, where China's presence has been strong. Modi, who offered floral tributes at a statue of Mahatma Gandhi which had been installed in the University complex exactly 60 years ago, spoke about the centuries-old ties between India and Kenya and said these need to ...

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  • Protests of police killings: Dozens of arrests in Louisiana
Protests of police killings: Dozens of arrests in Louisiana

Alton Sterling was the 37-year-old African-American man who was shot and killed by Baton Rouge police officers after it was reported that a homeless man placed a 911 phone call claiming Sterling had a gun and was soliciting money. While Thomas lives in New Orleans, because she graduated from Louisiana State University, she views Baton Rouge as he...

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  • Trump clashes with GOP critic
Trump clashes with GOP critic

One factor tied to feelings about GOP unity is the belief among some Republicans that Trump does not represent the views of average party members. Ted Cruz at the University of Miami in March, asked the Texas senator Thursday to speak at the Republican National Convention later this month.

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  • No one deserves Nobel Peace Prize more than Abdul Sattar Edhi: Malala
No one deserves Nobel Peace Prize more than Abdul Sattar Edhi: Malala

His work earned him numerous awards at home and overseas, including the Gandhi Peace Award, the 2007 UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Prize, the 2011 London Peace Award, the 2008 Seoul Peace Award and the Hamdan Award for Volunteers in Humanitarian Medical Service.

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  • Nintendo stock shares jump after Pokémon GO release
Nintendo stock shares jump after Pokémon GO release

Pokemon GO is getting a nation of smartphone users of all ages out and about in unprecedented ways. Niantic Labs experienced some problems with the issues , but that's understandable considering how many players are using the game. For example, you are more likely to find water-type Pokemons near a water body. Proofpoint reports the ma...

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  • Government Lawmaker Tells Irish PM to Step Down by September
Government Lawmaker Tells Irish PM to Step Down by September

On Friday, Irish government chief whip Regina Doherty called on Mr Kenny to clarify his intentions on how long he will remain as Fine Gael leader. "And for those who might be interested, I will not be diverted from that task, and that duty, and that responsibility, which is the mandate given to me by the people".

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  • Evacuations ordered in Hayden Pass Fire area
Evacuations ordered in Hayden Pass Fire area

The sheriff reported the fire has grown bigger today due to the heat. Evacuations: County Road 6 south of County Road 45 is on a mandatory evacuation order beginning at 7 a.m. It has now spread into the area of Highway 50 and County Road 6 in the Coaldale area. Another 10 engines and two helicopters will arrive Monday morning.

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  • 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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