• House Republicans Request Investigation Into Whether Clinton Committed Perjury Before Congress
House Republicans Request Investigation Into Whether Clinton Committed Perjury Before Congress

Bill Clinton , the other guy, meanwhile, met secretly and inappropriately with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Comey's boss, for a half-hour aboard her government plane on the tarmac at the Sky High International Airport in Phoenix just days before Comey's decision.

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  • China says Hague tribunal's ruling is null and void
China says Hague tribunal's ruling is null and void

The panel ruled that whatever China's historic rights to resources in the waters of the South China Sea, they "were extinguished" when the country entered into the Convention. Because China had no rights to the area as an Exclusive Economic Zone, the tribunal found that some of its activities in the region were in breach of the Philippines' soverei...

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  • Militants Attack Huge Bangladesh Holiday Gathering
Militants Attack Huge Bangladesh Holiday Gathering

Obama also hoped for speedy recovery of the Japanese citizens who was injured when seven gunmen, who claimed to be from the Islamic State militant group, stormed the cafe and took more than 40 people hostage. No one was allowed to bring in bags. Bangladesh has also seen a spate of attacks on secular bloggers, gay activists, academics and member...

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  • December 16 gangrape: Supreme Court clarifies on appointment of amicus curiae
December 16 gangrape: Supreme Court clarifies on appointment of amicus curiae

After being a catalyst for fast tracking all cases involving crime against women and effecting changes in rape laws, the sensational Nirbhaya case has achieved another feat- make the country's Supreme Court sit extra time. Two convicts in the Nirbahaya gangrape-cum-murder case today wrote to the Chief Justice of India T S Thakur and justice Dipak M...

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  • Inmate kills two officers in US courthouse escape attempt
Inmate kills two officers in US courthouse escape attempt

The bailiffs killed have been identified as 61-year-old Joseph Zangaro and 63-year-old Ronald Kienzle. Bailey said the situation could have been a lot worse without them being so courageous and running toward gunfire. He was killed by other officers. He drew parallels between the heroism of the bailiffs and members of the Dallas Police Depart...

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  • Pogba would be a
Pogba would be a "waste of money" insists unconvinced Emmanuel Petit

The Bianconeri have repeatedly made clear their desire to keep hold of Pogba and said they will not listen to any offers unless the player said he wants to leave. Mourinho is believed to want Pogba as his fourth signing of the summer, the third being Eric Bailly, the Ivorian central defender from Villarreal. Another interesting concept is the bac...

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  • US State Dept. reopens probe into Clinton's private emails
US State Dept. reopens probe into Clinton's private emails

The State Department is restarting its investigation into whether Hillary Clinton did not properly handle classified information as secretary of state. "The only thing Hillary Clinton seems to be clarifying is that she is determined to continue misleading voters and obfuscating the facts about her reckless conduct as secretary of state".

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  • Sanders Endorses Clinton: 'Hillary Will Make an Outstanding President'
Sanders Endorses Clinton: 'Hillary Will Make an Outstanding President'

Mr Sanders' challenge influenced Mrs Clinton's shift to the left on several issues, including her opposition to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline between Canada and the USA, and her opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement.

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  • Iraq's interior minister resigns after Baghdad bombing
Iraq's interior minister resigns after Baghdad bombing

Iraqi officials say that more dead bodies have been recove... Abadi announced plans to address security flaws in Baghdad, including the elimination of ineffective bomb detectors, installation of more scanning devices at the city's entrances and increased aerial reconnaissance.

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  • Trump says would announce VP running mate in three-four days
Trump says would announce VP running mate in three-four days

Deleting the clause in rule 40 (a) which says that if there is only one candidate for VP, a "a motion to nominate for such office by acclamation shall be in order and no calling of the roll with respect to such office shall be required ".

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  • China rejects South China Sea tribunal judgement, reaffirms territorial sovereignty
China rejects South China Sea tribunal judgement, reaffirms territorial sovereignty

After the ruling, China reiterated its territorial claims , not acknowledging the tribunal's decision. The United States is a major player in the region and has sent warships and military aircraft around the South China Sea, including near disputed reefs and shoals, citing worldwide law and freedom of movement but triggering harsh warnings from ...

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  • More than 420000 people evacuated as typhoon hits China
More than 420000 people evacuated as typhoon hits China

The typhoon halted work in most of Taiwan. In Taiwan the storm caused at least three deaths and more than 300 injuries. Local authorities said more than 33,000 fishing boats are taking shelter in port, while power supply is out in some remote areas.

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  • Pentagon ends ban on transgender troops in the military
Pentagon ends ban on transgender troops in the military

Defense Secretary Ash Carter said yesterday that within 90 days, the Pentagon would create a guidebook for commanders on rules regarding transgender service members. While five years ago, the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" policy was reversed, allowing USA troops to openly engage in gay and lesbian relationships without facing discharge.

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  • USA website detects activity at NKorea nuclear test site
USA website detects activity at NKorea nuclear test site

North Korea has issued a string of angry warnings and messages after the USA slapped sanctions on leader Kim Jong Un and other top officials over alleged human rights violations last week, an act Pyongyang called "an open declaration of war ".

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  • Pokemon Go can not read your emails, it is not
Pokemon Go can not read your emails, it is not "a security risk"

To play the game, after launching it, you need to start trekking to prominent local landmarks (based on your neighbourhood) - represented in the game as "Pokestops". Pokemon Go co-creator Niantic has said that it is not accessing iOS users' entire Google accounts. It includes the ability to trace location history via Google Maps and the power to...

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  • Weather service warns of flash flooding in northwest Wisconsin
Weather service warns of flash flooding in northwest Wisconsin

Travel is not advised, however, if you must travel, use caution. According to a bulletin from the NWS Monday night, The Mississippi River at Aitkin is expected to see a huge surge in water overnight, and is expected to reach 17.9 feet by daybreak.

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  • President Obama: America 'Not as Divided as Some Have Suggested'
President Obama: America 'Not as Divided as Some Have Suggested'

Speaking in Poland on Saturday, President Barack Obama addressed the recent events in Dallas , as well as the killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile . The gunman who killed five police officers at a protest march had practiced military-style drills in his yard and trained at a private self-defense school that teaches special tactics, i...

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  • Born Theresa May to take over tomorrow night as Prime Minister
Born Theresa May to take over tomorrow night as Prime Minister

Following this, May, 59, will be formally confirmed as Britain's 76th Prime Minister at a glittering ceremony in the evening. "Brexit means Brexit, and we're going to make a success of it", May said Monday, as she promised to deliver "a strong, new positive vision for the future of our country".

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  • Death toll in Italy train crash rises to 20
Death toll in Italy train crash rises to 20

Firefighters work at the site where two passenger trains collided in the middle of an olive grove in the southern village of Corato, near Bari, Italy, in this handout picture released by Italian Firefighters, July 12, 2016. On his Facebook page, Mazzilli posted photos of the mangled steel trains that collided Tuesday. Video images showed ambulanc...

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  • Uganda: Opposition Leader Freed After 2 Months in Prison
Uganda: Opposition Leader Freed After 2 Months in Prison

Besigye has been on remand at Luzira Prison on charges of treason for the last two months. Besigye, who came second in the February 18 polls insists that he won the elections but the country's Supreme Court upheld the official results indicating that Museveni, who has been in power for over 30 years, won the polls.

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