• Spain: 4 injured, no gorings in fast 6th Pamplona bull run
Spain: 4 injured, no gorings in fast 6th Pamplona bull run

Revelers from around the world flock to Pamplona every year to take part in the eight days of the running of the bulls. Authorities said on Sunday that a 65-year-old man had died in a bull-run the previous night in the small town of Fuentesauco close to the university city of Salamanca.

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  • Angela Eagle launches Labour leadership bid to topple Jeremy Corbyn
Angela Eagle launches Labour leadership bid to topple Jeremy Corbyn

Despite the party turmoil, Mr Corbyn insisted: "There's no wobbles, there's no stress, there's no depression. We owe too much to the millions in our country who look to us to help them make a better life". Ms Eagle said yesterday it was for the NEC to rule on whether Mr Corbyn needed nominations to stand. Mr Smith has claimed Mr Corbyn and ...

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  • Air strikes kill 22 in Syria's Idlib province during ceasefire: monitor
Air strikes kill 22 in Syria's Idlib province during ceasefire: monitor

Over the last two days, officials said about 50 people have been killed in a pair of attacks in Syria - one from rebels and the other by anti-rebel forces - on the final day of an ineffective 72-hour cease-fire implemented by the Syrian army.

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  • What's Next for German-UK Relations After Brexit?
What's Next for German-UK Relations After Brexit?

As the leave campaign was particularly concerned about visa-free travel into Britain, EU nationals seeking to live and work in the United Kingdom ultimately could face new rules incorporating a traditional visa/entry clearance as well as formal requests for work authorization.

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  • Iraq says IS, fleeing Fallujah, ripped apart by airstrikes
Iraq says IS, fleeing Fallujah, ripped apart by airstrikes

This image released by Iraq's Counterterrorism Service shows a destroyed militant vehicle after airstrikes on Islamic State fighters fleeing the outskirts of Fallujah, Iraq on Wednesday, June 29, 2016. Air strikes on ISIS group fighters fleeing after their defeat in Fallujah have destroyed more than 260 vehicles and killed at least 150 Islamists, I...

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  • Calls for calm increase as police protests continue
Calls for calm increase as police protests continue

No arrests were made. "We're not going to take this anymore", she said. " It's all been peaceful ". "In a movement like Black Lives Matter there are always going to be folks who say things that are stupid or imprudent or over generalized or harsh", Obama said after meeting with acting Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

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  • 12 injured on day three of bull-running festival
12 injured on day three of bull-running festival

In Alicante, a 29-year-old Spanish man died after receiving extensive wounds to the chest and stomach after being gored by a heifer on Saturday in the early hours of the morning. The town suspended all bull-related festivities for the day. The 5 minute 46 second run featured six bulls from the Cebada Gago ranch, known for the ferocity of its animal...

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  • Two-state Israeli-Palestinian solution slipping away: UN official
Two-state Israeli-Palestinian solution slipping away: UN official

A massive construction of homes in East Jerusalem and the surrounding area has been approved by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. During that attack, the assailants were shot and killed by Israeli guards, and a second Israeli died after apparently being shot mistakenly by police in the confusion.

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  • U.S. boosts troop numbers in Iraq to aid battle against Islamic State
U.S. boosts troop numbers in Iraq to aid battle against Islamic State

Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to talk to the media. Baghdad has been targeted in increasingly devastating attacks against civilians in 2016 as the Islamic State is losing the ground war against Iraqi security forces and the U.S.-led anti-Islamic State coalition.

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  • Day back where it started
Day back where it started

Bet you didn't see Phil Mickelson's win coming the next year at Muirfield, did you? Branden Grace of South Africa was stunned to learn it had been 66 years since someone outside the United States had won the claret jug at Royal Troon.

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  • Spokesman: Obama to offer Dallas 'some measure of comfort'
Spokesman: Obama to offer Dallas 'some measure of comfort'

Obama will focus on the Dallas shooting and the broader concerns it has raised-from race relations to gun laws. He will also meet with their families. There were more protests and more arrests overnight in several cities in the wake of last week's controversial police shootings and Dallas massacre.

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  • Pence to rally with Trump amid VP speculation
Pence to rally with Trump amid VP speculation

With the fundraiser here on Tuesday evening, one would think announcing it beforehand would bring in major dough. A Donald Trump-Mike Pence presidential ticket could be a worst-case scenario - or a best-case scenario - for Hoosiers. Trump is scheduled to make an appearance in central Indiana Tuesday for a rally and private fundraiser. Now while...

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  • Zimbabwe protest organizer charged with inciting violence
Zimbabwe protest organizer charged with inciting violence

A Zimbabwean pastor leading a campaign against the government's handling of the economy has reportedly been charged with inciting public violence. The video, in which Mawarire was wearing a Zimbabwean flag, spawned the ThisFlag hashtag movement which has become a unifying symbol for the protests.

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  • Israel passes controversial law targeting human rights organizations
Israel passes controversial law targeting human rights organizations

The EU has criticised a controversial new Israeli law targeting non-governmental organisations that receive most of their funding from overseas. In practice, it will affect nearly only left-wing and human rights organizations because right-wing groups nearly always rely on local donations.

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  • N Korea threatens to cut official contact with US
N Korea threatens to cut official contact with US

The two countries do not have diplomatic ties and their animosities have deepened because of the North's nuclear and missile programs. In Washington, State Department spokesman John Kirby did not directly address the fate of the NY channel.

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  • UK Out: Brexit Vote Met With Cheers and Shock
UK Out: Brexit Vote Met With Cheers and Shock

EU officials now say triggering Britain's exit may be done simply by Mr Cameron confirming the will of the British people at the European Council, which he is due to attend next week. They all spoke of the need for a speedy renegotiation. Immigration and an erosion of financial security have become rallying cries for populists across Europe, ju...

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  • Precarious calm in South Sudan's capital as foreigners flee
Precarious calm in South Sudan's capital as foreigners flee

In a statement , the United Nations Security Council condemned the violence and urged Kiir and Machar to control their forces and put an end to the fighting . How many have been killed in fighting between the factions is unclear. The displaced civilians are mostly of the Nuer ethnicity and sought protection from the United Nations after a serie...

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  • Britain's prime minister to chair his final Cabinet meeting
Britain's prime minister to chair his final Cabinet meeting

Mrs May, 59, was the only candidate after her rival, Andrea Leadsom, a junior energy minister, unexpectedly pulled out of the two-candidate race. Andrea Leadsom , a candidate to become the next Conservative Party leader and British prime minister, rules herself out of the leadership battle during a news conference in central London, Britain July...

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  • U.S. troops to stay in Afghanistan till end of Obama presidency
U.S. troops to stay in Afghanistan till end of Obama presidency

Carter said the extra USA troops will allow Afghan forces to "reset" at the end of this summer's fighting season and get extra training over the winter. In October, however, he announced a change in the policy, stating that more than half of the 9,800 US troops in Afghanistan would stay on until 2017.

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  • Nationals' Murphy homers, haunts Mets again
Nationals' Murphy homers, haunts Mets again

With the pitching injuries mounting, Peter Gammons notes this season looks less like 2015 and more like 1987 , the year after the Mets won the World Series . "That's the way I look at it". "We always knew he had some power. But when you get him in certain counts where he's looking to pull, he's now risky, because he can hit a homer".

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