• Govt directs cable operators not to broadcast peace TV
Govt directs cable operators not to broadcast peace TV

Apart from an investigation by the Home Ministry, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry is looking into issues concerning the telecast of his speeches. Nayek, a popular but controversial Islamic orator and founder of Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation, is banned in the United Kingdom and Canada for his "hate speech" aimed at other religio...

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  • Singapore strongly supports 'rules-based order' over territorial claims: MFA
Singapore strongly supports 'rules-based order' over territorial claims: MFA

An worldwide tribunal in The Hague ruled in favor of the Philippines in a maritime dispute Tuesday, concluding China has no legal basis to claim historic rights to the bulk of the South China Sea. "We will win the legal side but we will have to win the cooperation of China ", he said. "Big picture: The ruling is going to be critical in the long ...

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  • Giuliani says Black Lives Matter movement is 'isolating' blacks
Giuliani says Black Lives Matter movement is 'isolating' blacks

Can we expect police to be completely immune to the environment in which they work? The momentary truce in the nation's political wars also ended. July 6, 2016. Hundreds gathered at Dam Square in Amsterdam city center for the Black Lives Matter rally. Police arrested several protesters, and in some cities, used smoke and rubber bullets to d...

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  • A Chipper Goodbye: British Prime Minister Hums After Announcing Resignation
A Chipper Goodbye: British Prime Minister Hums After Announcing Resignation

All that changed Monday when May's only remaining rival, Andrea Leadsom, pulled out of the contest, saying she didn't have the support of fellow lawmakers to lead a stable government. Especially if that job was prime minister of the United Kingdom, and, you were responsible for a referendum where Britons voted to leave the European Union, wreaking ...

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  • Barack Obama and George W Bush to visit Dallas, Texas
Barack Obama and George W Bush to visit Dallas, Texas

They were killed while guarding a peaceful protest against the police killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota last week. Protesters march on July 10 to the state Capitol in Baton Rouge, La. "What we've learned over the past week is that politicians don't get to choose when we are having a national conversation on race", said Jeff Shesol,...

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  • Islamic State fighters killed in iraq airstrikes
Islamic State fighters killed in iraq airstrikes

After tough battles to breach ISIL defenses in south Fallujah, elite Iraqi forces conquered the rest of the city with relative ease. A U.S. military official said anti-ISIL coalition forces destroyed scores of vehicles and that the Iraqi army hit an unspecified number.

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  • Lamar Odom Tossed from Plane After Boarding Drunk and Vomiting
Lamar Odom Tossed from Plane After Boarding Drunk and Vomiting

Lamar went to the Delta lounge at LAX before boarding a red-eye for NYC, and according to eyewitnesses was pounding down beers and whisky. According to passengers on the plane, Odom took his seat and was subsequently seen "bolting for the front" of the aircraft and "threw up in the galley".

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  • Woman Goes On Her Honeymoon, But Without Her Husband
Woman Goes On Her Honeymoon, But Without Her Husband

However, in a weird twist of events, Arsalaan wasn't granted a visa in time for the trip. When Bhatt's visa didn't come through, Mobin was distraught and didn't want to go. She was sure to take shots in all the places on their itinerary. Reportedly, she took the trip with her in-laws instead. To add to the tragedy, halfway through the trip th...

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  • Australian PM not declaring victory yet in cliffhanger election
Australian PM not declaring victory yet in cliffhanger election

While Mr Shorten is yet to officially concede defeat, Mr Turnbull will form government. In the event Mr Turnbull fails to win a majority, independent lawmakers Bob Katter and Cathy McGowan have said they would support the coalition in key votes to help it survive no-confidence motions or to pass supply bills to keep the government functioning.

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  • CPI(M) worker hacked to death in Kerala
CPI(M) worker hacked to death in Kerala

Two political activists belonging to the CPI (M) and the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) were killed in Payyannur in Kerala's Kannur district within two hours of each other, raising tensions in the politically sensitive district. They hurled crude bombs before stabbing Ramachandran. Politically motivated killings have been a regular affair since ...

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  • Facebook to adopt Microsoft Office 365 for its employees
Facebook to adopt Microsoft Office 365 for its employees

Facebook has described e-mail as "inherently top-down" compared with the collaborative nature of its own service, Facebook at Work, a workplace version of its popular social network introduced a year ago. Its use has, however, evolved. Email, however, is still used as a formal way to communication with vendors, job recruits and other outside of o...

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  • Beijing's Claims To South China Sea Are Invalid, International Tribunal Says
Beijing's Claims To South China Sea Are Invalid, International Tribunal Says

Since a year ago, USA navy vessels and warplanes have repeatedly travelled through airspace and maritime areas claimed by China to exercise "freedom of navigation" in the strategic waterway through which $5 trillion of ship-borne trade passes annually.

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  • Syria Fighting Cuts off Passage to Rebel Part of Aleppo
Syria Fighting Cuts off Passage to Rebel Part of Aleppo

Vellucci says the United Nations estimates that 300,000 people depend on the road, which allows for the flow of supplies, goods and civilians into the area. The Observatory had no immediate word on who carried out the strikes but said it was likely either the Syrian government or its ally Russian Federation, rather than the US-led coalition.

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  • Beijing slams Hague Tribunal verdict after it rejects South China Sea claims
Beijing slams Hague Tribunal verdict after it rejects South China Sea claims

The tribunal also found that "China had violated the Philippines' sovereign rights in its exclusive economic zone by (a) interfering with Philippine fishing and petroleum exploration, (b) constructing artificial islands and (c) failing to prevent Chinese fishermen from fishing in the zone".

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  • Amazon Prime Day about to begin, you can check now for deals
Amazon Prime Day about to begin, you can check now for deals

There's been tons of speculation about what the best deals will be. Reports are claiming that Amazon will be selling televisions at up to 40 percent off, electronics at up to 45 percent off, and shoes at half off. When is Prime Day 2016? "I can be standing in my kitchen, when I realize I am nearly out of coffee and simply say, "Alexa, order Starb...

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  • Lin-Manuel Miranda Cuts His Hair After Final 'Hamilton' Performance
Lin-Manuel Miranda Cuts His Hair After Final 'Hamilton' Performance

At this year's Tony Awards, Miranda joked that Alexander Hamilton is a role that he could always return to play for several years. Miranda didn't have to search far to look for his new replacement. Wits intact. Love you. I am excited and cautiously optimistic for a real and lasting spiritual awakening amongst us. Miranda instantly recognized th...

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  • Calgary Police issue Amber Alert for missing 5 year-old
Calgary Police issue Amber Alert for missing 5 year-old

Calgary Police have issued an Amber Alert for the abduction of a 5-year old girl. Her whereabouts remain unknown. Coleman said family members became concerned when Taliyah's mother, who has not been identified by police, didn't show up to work on Monday.

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  • Situation in South Sudan's Capital Normalizes After Call for Ceasefire
Situation in South Sudan's Capital Normalizes After Call for Ceasefire

The fighting first broke out on Thursday and Friday between troops loyal to President Salva Kiir and soldiers who support vice president Riek Machar. Ban said he welcomed this but that fighting is continuing nonetheless. "We need peace", Samson Kenyi, a 34-year-old motorcycle taxi rider said in the capital, Juba .

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  • Former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha 'influenced coal scam investigation': AG to SC
Former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha 'influenced coal scam investigation': AG to SC

The Supreme Court appointed probe committee to look into the case has indicated that prima facie there are evidence against Sinha that he tried to influence the coal block allocation scam probe. It also found that Sinha tampered with the proceedings of the coal scam probe and his decisions were influnced by meeting with the accused. With regard t...

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  • Pokemon Go firm fixes 'full Google access' error
Pokemon Go firm fixes 'full Google access' error

Weirdly, Niantic [Labs] won't let you just create one - you need to sign in with an existing account from one of two services - the pokemon.com website or Google. The free application based on a Nintendo title that debuted 20 years ago has been adapted to the mobile internet age by Niantic Labs , a company spun out of Google last year after br...

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