• Hundreds Arrested As Black Lives Matter Protesters Stand Up To Police
Hundreds Arrested As Black Lives Matter Protesters Stand Up To Police

But what really got Hannity steamed was when Daryl Parks said that the Black Lives Matter protesters "deserve praise". For instance, during a recent appearance on MSNBC Live, he claimed that "there's a target on police officers' backs... Attorney [Loretta] Lynch, and that police officer is sitting in jail today for 25 years. Williams said she d...

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  • Shorten says PM thinking of snap poll
Shorten says PM thinking of snap poll

A party needs 76 seats to form a viable government. Critics also point out that Mr Turnbull's ploy to use the election to try to clear out minor parties from the Senate had backfired. "But we won't compromise our principles". Vote counting resumed on Monday in a dramatic Australian federal election but a victor is not expected to be annou...

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  • Driver hurtles through 'Black Lives Matter' protesters in Southern Illinois
Driver hurtles through 'Black Lives Matter' protesters in Southern Illinois

In a 2014 "Meet the Press" interview, he said , "I find it very disappointing that you're not discussing the fact that 93 percent of blacks in America are killed by other blacks". But they keep killing black people. Police who had been accompanying the marchers spoke to both groups about not confronting each other and staying on separate sides o...

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  • Modi meets Mozambique National Assembly President
Modi meets Mozambique National Assembly President

Modi said that India and Mozambique stood with each other in the global arena on a range of issues. "On worldwide cooperation, South Africa wants to see a meaningful reform of the global governance system to make the system more responsive to the needs of the developing world especially Africa and this matter will feature in the discussions", s...

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  • North Korea Threatens 'Physical Action' if US, Seoul Deploy THAAD
North Korea Threatens 'Physical Action' if US, Seoul Deploy THAAD

The North called the sanctions tantamount to a war declaration. "The cutting off of diplomatic communications under such circumstances is how states can fall into conflict", said Victor Cha, director of Asian studies at Georgetown University.

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  • South Sudan's president orders ceasefire
South Sudan's president orders ceasefire

But, Willman says, "it's not clear how much control either Riek Machar or Salva Kiir have over the troops today". Three New Zealand soldiers in South Sudan will remain despite days of fighting and fatal attacks on United Nations camps that threaten to plunge the region back into civil war.

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  • Unlikely leaders: Why Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn keep confounding elite experts
Unlikely leaders: Why Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn keep confounding elite experts

He pointed out under him the party's membership had grown to more than 500,000 people, won elections and delivered more than 20 defeats to the Government at Westminster. He told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: 'I don't think people will think, if Angela Eagle wins a contest for leadership without Jeremy Corbyn being on the ballot paper, that's f...

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  • Five hurt, no gorings at sixth day of Spain's bull-run festival
Five hurt, no gorings at sixth day of Spain's bull-run festival

A total of eleven men have been gored in the four bull runs held so far this year in Pamplona, including three Americans, a Japanese national, an Indian, a Canadian and a South African. In the nationally televised runs, thrill-seekers test their speed and bravery by racing with six fighting bulls and accompanying steer along a 930-yard (850-meter) ...

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  • EU says Brexit could shave 2.5 percent off UK GDP by 2017
EU says Brexit could shave 2.5 percent off UK GDP by 2017

The queen has the formal role of appointing the new leader. The government rejected that appeal. At their first talks on Brexit since the June 23 referendum, ministers from the 19 countries that use the euro urged swift action on an issue that they said was causing problems across the European economy.

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  • Dallas police chief defends decision to use robot to kill gunman
Dallas police chief defends decision to use robot to kill gunman

As a child, Johnson actually wanted to be a police officer and was enthusiastic about enlisting in the Army, his mother Delphine Johnson told The Blaze . "I'd do it again to save our officers lives". Explosives found at the home of gunman Micah Johnson suggested he had been plotting a larger assault, said authorities, who were still trying t...

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  • Dallas sniper had planned a larger attack, says police chief
Dallas sniper had planned a larger attack, says police chief

However, some were concerned by the manner in which the police ended a standoff with 25-year-old Micah X Johnson, the suspect behind the shooting. Johnson was killed when police detonated an explosive device delivered by a robot. She said the Dallas Police Department has the lead in the investigation and most of the evidence will be turned over t...

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  • IS conflict: US to send 560 more troops to Iraq
IS conflict: US to send 560 more troops to Iraq

Carter's visit comes as the worldwide coalition has intensified pressure on ISIL in both Iraq and Syria, the release said. Most of the engineers, logistics personnel, security and communications forces will concentrate on building up Qayara air base, about 40 kilometers south of Mosul.

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  • May to take over as new British PM
May to take over as new British PM

Mrs May will take up office as Britain's second woman PM on Wednesday, after Mr Cameron answers MPs' questions in the House of Commons for the last time and goes to Buckingham Palace to offer his resignation to the Queen. Some 150,000 party members were due to choose between them in the coming weeks, with the result to be announced in September...

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  • Dallas Police Chief: Sniper Left Ominous Message Written in Blood, Planned Explosions
Dallas Police Chief: Sniper Left Ominous Message Written in Blood, Planned Explosions

Johnson, a black veteran who served in Afghanistan, took advantage of a spontaneous march that began toward the end of the protest over those killings. Some passing cars honked in support. In Oakland, California, police ceded a highway to protesters last week and did not stop them from shutting it down.

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  • Australia's Liberal coalition seems set to hang on to power
Australia's Liberal coalition seems set to hang on to power

Turnbull became the nation´s fourth prime minister since 2013 when he rolled Liberal leader Tony Abbott in a party vote last September. The ABC's election analyst Antony Green predicts the coalition will definitely get 73 seats, though it remains unclear whether it will reach 76, the broadcaster reported .

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  • Half Europeans fear, resent refugees
Half Europeans fear, resent refugees

A Pew Research Center survey, published on Monday, showed that the majority of people polled in 10 European countries, which accounts for 80 percent of the EU population, seems to mistrust refugees. It said Poland, where 73 percent say refugees are an overall major threat, has had only several thousand asylum applications, while just 31 percent of ...

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  • Lavrov: Moscow, Baku to discuss concrete steps to resolve Karabakh conflict
Lavrov: Moscow, Baku to discuss concrete steps to resolve Karabakh conflict

In addition, the sides will discuss development of bilateral relations, APA reports. Lavrov made the remarks at a joint press conference with his Azerbaijani counterpart Elmar Mammadyarov in Azerbaijan's capital, Baku. Petersburg and Vienna. WARSAW-Armenia's president and foreign minister cited what they called Baku's destructive policies as th...

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  • UK's Cameron to resign tomorrow, clears path for May
UK's Cameron to resign tomorrow, clears path for May

Its rally has been fuelled further thanks to Monday's flurry of political announcements, which helped to demystify some of the uncertainty dogging the financial markets since Britain voted to leave the EU. She began by talking about the 1.7 million refugees who fled Syria's ghastly civil war, whose desperate plight was in the new every day. "We mus...

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  • Trump's New Fundraising Numbers Leave More Questions Than Answers
Trump's New Fundraising Numbers Leave More Questions Than Answers

On Tuesday, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt urged Trump to apologize and acknowledge that the perceived offense - tweeting a meme that was created by an anti-Semitic Twitter user - caused harm. Clinton raised nearly $ 70 million in June for her campaign and Democratic allies, her campaign announced last week. "I can not imagine more vivid pr...

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  • Taiwan reaffirms stance on eve of ruling on South China Sea disputes
Taiwan reaffirms stance on eve of ruling on South China Sea disputes

Eric Lachica, Washington D.C. Coordinator for US Pinoys for Good Governance, said the Philippines' expected win in the arbitration case is just the start. China has repeatedly rejected the tribunal's jurisdiction over the case since it was filed in 2013. The ruling on Itu Aba, the largest feature of the Spratlys, is important because the Unite...

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