• Corbyn Has Lost Chance to Unite Labour: Eagle
Corbyn Has Lost Chance to Unite Labour: Eagle

In a bid to unite the party, she added: "I'm not a Blairite". Mr Corbyn told BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend he would be happy to meet Mr Smith and said: "I'm not splitting anything". However, his opponents deny this. The dispute as to whether Corbyn should automatically receive a nomination centers on chapter four of the Labour Party ...

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  • Karachi: Julius Salik commiserates the loss of legendary philanthrapist Abdul Sattar Edhi
Karachi: Julius Salik commiserates the loss of legendary philanthrapist Abdul Sattar Edhi

The iconic Pakistani philanthropist, Abdul Sattar Edhi was one of the world's great humanitarians, said Ned Price spokesperson of the National Security Council (NSC) at the White House in a statement while praising Edhi's unparalleled commitment serving humanity.

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  • Clinton campaign confirms Sanders to endorse her
Clinton campaign confirms Sanders to endorse her

With the likelihood of Bernie Sanders' losing to Hillary Clinton increasing, the idea that Bernie would endorse Hillary has to be a painful one for many Bernie supporters. Bernie has accused the Clinton campaign of finance law violations, suggested that she is not qualified to be President because of her judgment to align with Super-PAC's.

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  • Thousands mark 21 years since Srebrenica massacre
Thousands mark 21 years since Srebrenica massacre

During the ceremony, remains of 127 victims of massacre are planning to be buried. Every year forensic experts find new bodies in the almost 100 mass graves so far found. Previous year the 20th anniversary commemorations were marred when Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was pelted with bottles and stones by angry mourners.

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  • Who is Angela Eagle?
Who is Angela Eagle?

But as she was outlining her vision for the future of the Labour party, it became clear Ms Leadsom was pulling out of the race for the leadership of the Conservative Party. Earlier this week Corbyn was caught up in a row after Jewish Labour MP Ruth Smeeth was reduced to tears by a heckler at an anti-semitism event, only for him to be caught on vide...

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  • Outlander Season 2 Episode 13: The Most Shocking Moment from the Finale
Outlander Season 2 Episode 13: The Most Shocking Moment from the Finale

Within a few minutes, he's taken by the sight of a lovely redhead, and sparks are immediate upon their introduction at Roger's father's funeral. They end up staying, but Claire can't sleep with all the ghosts in her mind. Dougal was a wild card, yes, but he was also Jamie's family. The two are locked in a stalemate. "He survived, he survived"...

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  • Egypt foreign minister in rare Israel visit to boost Palestinian peace process
Egypt foreign minister in rare Israel visit to boost Palestinian peace process

Speaking at a news conference alongside Mr. Netanyahu on Sunday, Mr. Shoukry called for revived peace talks between Israel and Palestine, voicing support for the two-state solution, and promised Egypt's support for peace negotiations. He went on to say that the new houses in jew settlements are answers to the Palestinian violence which has claimed ...

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  • Egypt foreign minister meets Netanyahu in Jerusalem
Egypt foreign minister meets Netanyahu in Jerusalem

The current state of affairs, said the Egyptian diplomat, who held talks in the occupied West Bank on June 29 with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, "is neither stable nor sustainable". "The vision of the two-state solution is not far-fetched but rather requires steps to build confidence, as well as a genuine will that does not waver under any c...

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  • South African police arrest four terrorism suspects bound for Syria
South African police arrest four terrorism suspects bound for Syria

Four suspects in South Africa are facing terror-related charges after being detained by police. South African Muslims, who account for roughly 3 percent of the country's total population of over 50 million, are largely moderate Muslims who condemn extremism.

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  • Philippine troops kill 40 Abu Sayyaf extremists in south
Philippine troops kill 40 Abu Sayyaf extremists in south

Western Mindanao Command (Wesmincom) spokesman, said the reported casualties were incurred in the intense fighting between government forces and Abu Sayyaf bandits in Sulu. Sekkingstad was abducted with two Canadians and a Filipino woman in September from the southern island of Samal. According to security experts, the Abu Sayyaf fighters...

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  • Iraqi forces say recapture airbase on way to Mosul
Iraqi forces say recapture airbase on way to Mosul

ISIS overran parts of Syria and Iraq in 2014 amid the ongoing war in Syria. Carter arrived in Baghdad Monday to discuss the Iraqi army's plans - including US involvement - to retake the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, which has been in ISIS hands since June 2014.

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  • Conservative committee to meet to confirm May
Conservative committee to meet to confirm May

Theresa May, the current home secretary who set herself up on a strong anti-immigration platform at last year's Conservative party conference, is expected to be named prime minister in the coming weeks, taking over from David Cameron who resigned after the July 23 European Union referendum.

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  • Chilcot report: John Howard defends decision to send Australian troops to Iraq
Chilcot report: John Howard defends decision to send Australian troops to Iraq

Meanwhile, shadow Commons leader Paul Flynn said the Iraq Inquiry's findings amounted to an "utter condemnation" of Mr Blair's "terrible" decision to commit British troops to the US-led invasion, and prosecution of the former statesman should be given "serious consideration".

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  • Dustin Johnson pulls out of Olympics
Dustin Johnson pulls out of Olympics

He and his fiancée Paulina would like to have children soon, and he felt it was irresponsible to put his family at risk, according to Reuters. He did say he knows there will be people out there who will be critical of his decision, but he believes he is making the right decision for his family.

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  • UK Conservative Party Committee Confirms Home Secretary May as New Leader
UK Conservative Party Committee Confirms Home Secretary May as New Leader

As we've reported, British Prime Minister David Cameron is resigning after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union - a decision Cameron was firmly opposed to. The vast majority of the party's lawmakers do not believe Corbyn can lead them to a general election victory - with his perceived lacklustre campaigning in the European Union ref...

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  • SABC snaps back at the ANC
SABC snaps back at the ANC

Matthews then spilled the beans about chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng's power grab and the climate of fear at the SABC. THE DA said on Thursday it will ask Public Protector Thuli Madonsela to investigate political interference at the SABC.

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  • UN's Ban Says Iran Missile Tests Violate 'Spirit' Of Nuclear Accord
UN's Ban Says Iran Missile Tests Violate 'Spirit' Of Nuclear Accord

Ban's report stopped short of calling the missile launches a "violation" of the United Nations resolution carrying out the nuclear deal, a determination he said was up to the Security Council. Six months after economic sanctions against Iran were eased as part of a deal with world powers that curbed the Islamic Republic's nuclear ambitions, the cou...

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  • Angela Eagle branded the 'Empire Strikes Back candidate'
Angela Eagle branded the 'Empire Strikes Back candidate'

Eagle, who described herself as a "practical socialist", told a press conference in London. And she added: "I'm a gay woman - I know the difference between hope and fear". An incoming Tory leader is likely to seek a new mandate and so time is not on our side to get ourselves in order, but it is also clear that Jeremy's politics don't resonate wit...

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  • Australian experts blames United States for complicating South China Sea Dispute
Australian experts blames United States for complicating South China Sea Dispute

U.S. The Paracels are also claimed by Vietnam and Taiwan. The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague said last week that it would announce its ruling on the contentious case between China and the Philippines on July 12. The PCA has made clear, however, that "absence or failure of a party to defend its case shall not constitute a bar to...

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  • Comey faces grilling by House panel over Clinton emails
Comey faces grilling by House panel over Clinton emails

Chaffetz said lawmakers would now ask the FBI to investigate whether Clinton lied to the committee. In his first public remarks since announcing the recommendation Tuesday, Comey told a politically divided House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee did not lie to Federal Bureau of Investig...

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