• After shunning the senate, AGF holds 'secret' meeting with Saraki
After shunning the senate, AGF holds 'secret' meeting with Saraki

However, some senators were said to have called on their colleagues, led by Senators Suleiman Othman Hunkuyi representing Kaduna North senatorial district and Kabir Marafa representing Zamfara Central senatorial district to withdraw the petition that had led to the prosecution of Senate leadership.

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  • Fighting erupts in Syria's Idlib between government, rebels
Fighting erupts in Syria's Idlib between government, rebels

Civilians have already reported shortages of food and fuel in the east of Aleppo, with local market stalls sparsely stocked and prices rising. Syrian rebels launched an attack on government positions in the center of Aleppo after a government offensive cut a road leading into the opposition-held sector of the city.

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  • Priyanka meets Azad, fuels speculation about her UP role
Priyanka meets Azad, fuels speculation about her UP role

His remarks were condemned by party leader Digvijaya Singh. Ahead of the upcoming elections in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress held a press conference on Tuesday to quell rumours about Priyanka Gandhi and a prospective Chief Ministerial candidate for the state.

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  • House GOP ask U.S. attorney to investigate Clinton over emails
House GOP ask U.S. attorney to investigate Clinton over emails

The letter claims evidence from the FBI's investigation of Clinton's private e-mail server contradicts aspects of her sworn testimony. Lynch was to appear Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee, where she's expected to be asked about police interactions with minorities in the aftermath of a violent week that brought that issue to the fore...

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  • Pakistani Philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi Passes Away At 92
Pakistani Philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi Passes Away At 92

He was given guard of honour and gun salute by the Pakistan Army before funeral prayers began. He was found traipsing over mountains after earthquakes hit Pakistan or after floods displaced people. Despite the vast sums of money that passed through his charitable foundation, Mr Edhi lived modestly with his family in a two-room apartment adjacent to...

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  • South China Sea ruling 'legally binding'
South China Sea ruling 'legally binding'

Informed sources said President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) is likely to give a pep talk to the crew on board the frigate to underscore the government's determination to maintain sovereignty over Taiping and other islands in South China Sea . "Domestically, Beijing has painted itself into a corner and may find itself compelled to act in a potentially r...

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  • Russia says no reliable information on Russians involved in Istanbul airport attack
Russia says no reliable information on Russians involved in Istanbul airport attack

Police seized four thermal sharpshooter binoculars, three military camouflages, two passports, three Kyrgyz ID cards and five birth certificates during the checks. A Turkish special force police officer stands guard as a stewardess walks nearby the explosion site at the Ataturk airport. The CIA and White House declined to comment on McCaul's asse...

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  • Lyle Jeffs likely used olive oil to slip ankle monitor
Lyle Jeffs likely used olive oil to slip ankle monitor

Jeffs fled from a home in northwest Salt Lake City, Utah, after removing his Global Positioning System tracker on June 18, investigators believe. His escape came less than two weeks after he was released from jail. Neighbors reported seeing a dark-colored, newer model Ford Mustang pull into the garage of Jeffs' current residence in Salt Lake Coun...

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  • UK Labour leader Corbyn urges calm after brick hurled at rival's office
UK Labour leader Corbyn urges calm after brick hurled at rival's office

A strong Labour woman. The incident follows repeated complaints by Labour MPs - particularly women - that they have been subjected to threats and abuse from Corbyn's supporters if they speak out against the party leader. "These are dark times for Labour , and they are unsafe times for our country". Members of every union polled were more...

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  • What to expect as May starts untangling the UK from the EU
What to expect as May starts untangling the UK from the EU

But Monday, May's only remaining rival to replace Cameron - Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom - pulled out of the race following controversy over comments she made about motherhood and leadership. May, 59, will on Wednesday replace Cameron, who is resigning after Britons rejected his advice and voted on June 23 to quit the European Union, plunging the...

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  • Egypt foreign minister to talk Mideast peace in rare visit to Israel
Egypt foreign minister to talk Mideast peace in rare visit to Israel

The day after the fatal stabbing, a suspected Palestinian gunman shot at Israelis driving on a West Bank road south of Hebron. Earlier this month, the so-called Middle East Quartet said ongoing violence, Israeli settlement-building and Palestinian splits were undermining peace hopes.

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  • US urges parties to adhere by South China Sea ruling
US urges parties to adhere by South China Sea ruling

The PLA Daily's post did not explicitly link the call-up to the South China Sea ruling expected Tuesday but said that decommissioned naval officers and reserves hold "normal trainings every year, after which they are able to proficiently operate naval vessels and equipment".

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  • Gunman, victims identified in MI courthouse shooting
Gunman, victims identified in MI courthouse shooting

They were my colleagues. "I don't know what you could do about it", Davis said. Bailey said deputy James Atterberry Jr., 41, was shot in the arm. A Sheriff's deputy and a civilian suffered non-life-threatening injuries, authorities said.

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  • Two dead, dozens hurt as super typhoon brings rain and 120mph winds
Two dead, dozens hurt as super typhoon brings rain and 120mph winds

More than 20,000 households in Taitung County were without electricity Saturday morning, some 24 hours after Typhoon Nepartak knocked down power lines in the southeastern county with its record breaking gusts. In this July 7, 2016, photo provided by China's Xinhua News Agency, policemen help to evacuate local residents before the upcoming typhoon N...

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  • Worldwide court rejects China's claims in South China Sea
Worldwide court rejects China's claims in South China Sea

The Hague's International Court of Arbitration unanimously found China in violation of international law for its territorial incursions in the South China Sea, siding instead with the Philippines, a USA ally. ChinaÂ's activity in the Spratly Islands, a disputed group of reefs and islands in the South China Sea more than 500 miles from the Chinese ...

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  • How People Have Helped Out After Dallas Shooting and Police-Involved Deaths
How People Have Helped Out After Dallas Shooting and Police-Involved Deaths

Standing up to say black lives matter is not being anti-police. "The President condemned it immediately", Biden told CNN's Jake Tapper. Let me start by saying this, Rudy, if you look at who's marching in those Black Lives Matter marches, they are all colors, ...

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  • Donald Trump declares himself the 'law and order candidate'
Donald Trump declares himself the 'law and order candidate'

But the law in question was so obscure that Republicans had already chose to allocate delegates in a proportional fashion, based on the results of the state's March 1 primary, which Trump won. This morning presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign held a news conference outside the venue where Trump will speak, to h...

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  • At least one arrest at Alton Sterling protest in Baton Rouge
At least one arrest at Alton Sterling protest in Baton Rouge

Police began releasing those who were arrested on Sunday afternoon. Kira Marrero, 21, of New Orleans, charged with obstructing a highway, said she did nothing of the sort. Overall, things were calm and peaceful, but the presence from law enforcement grew as the number of protestors continued to climb. After a lengthy standoff, more police in fu...

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  • China rejects ruling on South China Sea as 'null and void'
China rejects ruling on South China Sea as 'null and void'

Nortel which the U S and its allies say has been undermined by Beijing's construction of seven full to fight off its official widens... the Tribunal's that needed to out but names like Taiwan or any other items in this property is turning me the legal definition of in the control line and all are in high school to be an exclusive economic sign on...

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  • Andy Murray beats Milos Raonic in straight sets
Andy Murray beats Milos Raonic in straight sets

Eugenie Bouchard became the first Canadian to do so at Wimbledon in 2014. Since becoming the first British man to win Wimbledon for 77 years in 2013, Murray had been stuck in a rut in the majors, losing three finals and three semi-finals.

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