• Bill O'Reilly Calls Black Lives Matter a 'Hate America Group'
Bill O'Reilly Calls Black Lives Matter a 'Hate America Group'

Black Poets Society members organized the vigil at Heritage Square and spoke to a large and diverse crowd in an effort to support the Black Lives Matter movement and to stand in solidarity after the recent killings of individuals by law enforcement officers.

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  • HC Stops Bank Employees From Going on Strike Against Privatisation
HC Stops Bank Employees From Going on Strike Against Privatisation

The talks were convened by the Chief Labour Commissioner of the central government in his office in New Delhi on Friday. The employees of five associates bank of SBI will oppose the government decision of merging the associated bank into SBI.

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  • Andrea Leadsom Through To Final Round For Conservative Leader and Prime Minister
Andrea Leadsom Through To Final Round For Conservative Leader and Prime Minister

LONDON , July 9 (Reuters) - Andrea Leadsom, one of two candidates to be the next British prime minister, has caused an uproar by suggesting that being a mother means she has a greater stake in the country's future than her childless rival Theresa May.

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  • Green says Turnbull will be PM
Green says Turnbull will be PM

The election was not, however, entirely resolved. Should Turnbull win a majority, it would improve his government's chances of passing legislation through the country's lower house without having to rely on the support of several independent members of parliament.

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  • Black Lives Matter protesters shut down traffic on US-75 in Dallas
Black Lives Matter protesters shut down traffic on US-75 in Dallas

A peaceful protest on Thursday in Dallas erupted into gunfire, when a black man, 25-year-old military veteran Micah Johnson, shot 12 police officers, killing five of them , in what he termed payback for earlier police actions. America has been rocked by the deaths of a series of black men at the hands of white officers - with numerous events...

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  • Shooter kills 2 bailiffs, injures others at MI courthouse
Shooter kills 2 bailiffs, injures others at MI courthouse

The deputy and civilian suffered non-life threatening injuries and were treated at Lakeland Health in St. Joseph and are in stable condition, Bailey said. "Our hearts are torn apart". He had apparently never shown any inclination toward violence and that's why he was not cuffed as they were preparing to transfer him from the holding cell at the cou...

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  • Boeing, Airbus offer rosy outlooks for aircraft demand
Boeing, Airbus offer rosy outlooks for aircraft demand

The planemaker expects passenger traffic to grow 4.8 per cent a year, close to the sector's historic 5 per cent average. "The single-aisle market is a market that continues to be undersupplied...there's more demand in that market than there is capacity", said Tinseth.

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  • After rapprochement with Israel, Erdogan hits out at group behind 2010 flotilla
After rapprochement with Israel, Erdogan hits out at group behind 2010 flotilla

After the deal is signed on Tuesday, the approval process will start in both countries, and the Turkish premier said Ankara would appoint an ambassador to Tel Aviv within weeks. "Turkey searches for its economy and security interests and had replaced the aspirations of Hamas to completely end the blockade", said Sweilem, adding "Hamas has no choi...

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  • Why the South China Sea arbitration case matters for the Philippines
Why the South China Sea arbitration case matters for the Philippines

The EU has urged all South China Sea claimants to resolve disputes through peaceful means and "pursue them in accordance with worldwide law", including the United Nations convention. "The only defense of coastal states will be to acquire warships, warplanes and anti-ship missiles", Carpio said. The South China Morning Post claims that it is the...

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  • Euro 2016: Wales stun Belgium 3-1 to reach semi-finals
Euro 2016: Wales stun Belgium 3-1 to reach semi-finals

They lost only one game in qualifying for this year's Euros, taking four points off Belgium in the process, and have not looked back since arriving in France. We're young and we're going to still spend a lot of time together. "Portugal probably before the game would have thought "I hope we get Wales and not Belgium " but hopefully looking at the...

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  • Hillary Clinton Wasn't 'Sophisticated Enough' to Understand Classified Markings — FBI Director
Hillary Clinton Wasn't 'Sophisticated Enough' to Understand Classified Markings — FBI Director

He said that given the sophistication of foreign hackers and the fact that hackers did infiltrate commercial email accounts of people who emailed with Clinton, "we assess that we would be unlikely to see such direct evidence". She is expected to be formally nominated as the Democratic presidential nominee later this month. There was a brief but i...

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  • Japan's Abe claims victory in parliamentary elections
Japan's Abe claims victory in parliamentary elections

Mr. Abe's Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and the Buddhist-backed Komeito would take at least 63 of the 121 seats in Parliament's upper house available in the election - half the chamber's total - up from 59 previously, public broadcaster NHK said.

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  • Megaupload coming back? Founder Kim Dotcom plans a relaunch in 2017
Megaupload coming back? Founder Kim Dotcom plans a relaunch in 2017

As well as sending messages about the new service, Mr Dotcom issued an appeal to former Megaupload staff to get in touch to help bring it to life. The Megaupload empire came crumbling down during a January 2012 police raid on Dotcom for the staggering amount of pirated material hosted on the service.

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  • Israel PM: 'Aggressive measures' for West Bank city
Israel PM: 'Aggressive measures' for West Bank city

Israeli troops were in the Qalandiya refugee camp to demolish the homes of the families of two Palestinians - Issa Assaf and Annan Hammed - who stabbed and killed an Israeli near Jerusalem's Old City on December 23. "He said the report "was a clear biased to the Israeli occupation", adding 'it has clearly violated the worldwide laws, the road m...

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  • Nineteen people arrested over Saudi Arabia attacks
Nineteen people arrested over Saudi Arabia attacks

Saudi Arabia will hit hard those who seek to harm its young people, King Salman said after a series of terrorist attacks target the kingdom. The United Nations human rights chief described the bombing outside in Medina as "an attack on Islam itself".

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  • Obama says Americans are 'rightly outraged' at Dallas shootings
Obama says Americans are 'rightly outraged' at Dallas shootings

But he acknowledged a ramped-up anxiety that's descended on Americans as they watch seemingly unfettered violence on urban streets. "It includes family members who have grave concerns about police conduct and they've said that this is unacceptable.

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  • Two bailiffs, gunman killed in courthouse
Two bailiffs, gunman killed in courthouse

Several civilians were also said to have been wounded, though the sheriff couldn't say how many. Another deputy was wounded and a civilian shot in the arm as the inmate was trying to escape the courthouse, but before he could he was shot and killed by other bailiffs who responded.

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  • Coalition set for a narrow win in lower house
Coalition set for a narrow win in lower house

Mr Hastie told Fairfax "what we were campaigning on nationally just wasn't resonating with everyday Australians". Turnbull said he had his 1-year old granddaughter Isla on his hip when Shorten rang to concede defeat eight days after Australians went to the polls.

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  • South Sudan may be sliding back into war
South Sudan may be sliding back into war

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir on Monday demanded an immediate end to the fighting between his soldiers and those loyal to his rival vice president. At least 50,000 were killed and more than 2 million displaced in the civil war, and almost 5 million people faced severe food shortages. Many fled their homes in the past two years to escape e...

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  • Rebels attack government lines in Syria's Aleppo after supply road cut
Rebels attack government lines in Syria's Aleppo after supply road cut

The Britain-based monitor said there were also deaths among government troops but had no immediate toll. "Opposition factions launched a wide-scale attack on four fronts against the regime inside Aleppo city, including in the Old City", said Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman.

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