• Muslims celebrate Eid ul Fitr
Muslims celebrate Eid ul Fitr

Muslims around the world marked the end of the holy month of Ramadan on Wednesday, by celebrating Eid - one of the most important holy days of the year. People cook delicious holiday dishes, visit friends, and hold family gatherings during the holiday. Muslims celebrate Eid-al-Fitr in different ways depending on their cultural background and trad...

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  • The Police Are Now Protecting The Dallas Shooter's Family's Home
The Police Are Now Protecting The Dallas Shooter's Family's Home

Brown also defended his use of a robot loaded with plastic explosives to end the standoff early Friday morning, saying the tactic saved lives. Robotics expert Peter W. Brown emphasized his department's focus on community policing and cited the city's 50 percent overall reduction in crime over the past 12 years. The shootings just a few blocks f...

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  • Pokemon GO goes viral, boosts Nintendo shares
Pokemon GO goes viral, boosts Nintendo shares

Dozens of articles have been published advising aspiring PokéMasters to download the application file from a third party, which requires setting your phone to download apps from unknown sources. Pokémon Go after its official release six days ago, has become a gaming phenomenon across the globe. Google has verified that no other information has...

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  • McIlroy not even sure he'll watch Olympic golf
McIlroy not even sure he'll watch Olympic golf

But a look back in history shows the last six winners of Opens at Troon have been American, despite the U.S. having very few windswept links and preferring beautifully manicured park courses. Being a Ryder Cup year, there's more than just prize money at stake for Europe's golfers, and with fierce competition for a spot on Darren Clarke's team at Ha...

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  • Pokémon Go is getting a trading update to effectively consume your life
Pokémon Go is getting a trading update to effectively consume your life

After the app exploded in popularity, the company came under fire when it was revealed that Pokemon GO could erroneously be accessing users' Gmail accounts if they used their email address to sign into their accounts. But he was willing to give Niantic the benefit of the doubt. Franken, who chairs the Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the ...

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  • Stroud Labour supporters back Jeremy Corbyn
Stroud Labour supporters back Jeremy Corbyn

Angela Eagle launched her bid to be Labour's first woman leader today with a pledge to kick out Jeremy Corbyn and then win the next general election. All other candidates will have to attain the required number of nominations in order to go forward to the ballot, the statement continued.

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  • Israeli attorney-general orders inquiry linked to Netanyahu
Israeli attorney-general orders inquiry linked to Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said he welcomed Shoukry's initiative, and called on the Palestinians to follow the example of Jordan and Egypt and meet Israel for direct negotiations. Rassd.com said that the Israeli general radio reported that Netanyahu asked Al-Sisi to help release the Israelis held in Gaza. "This visit comes in the...

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  • Milos Raonic upsets Roger Federer to reach Wimbledon final
Milos Raonic upsets Roger Federer to reach Wimbledon final

Reid also won the men's doubles title on Saturday, teaming with Alfie Hewett to beat top-seeded Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer of France 4-6, 6-1, 7-6 (6). Neither player was able to break the other's serve in the set, but Federer took advantage of a double-fault in the tiebreaker to edge ahead. Federer drew roars of appreciation from his exp...

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  • Ready to start talks if PH ignores Hague ruling - China
Ready to start talks if PH ignores Hague ruling - China

The Philippines hopes for a "soft landing" in a dispute with China over the South China Sea when the arbitration court in The Hague delivers its ruling, the foreign minister said on Thursday, hours after Rodrigo Duterte was sworn in as president.

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  • Tribunal ruling on South China Sea final and binding
Tribunal ruling on South China Sea final and binding

The South China Sea is a resource-rich strategic waterway through which more than $5 trillion worth of world trade is shipped each year. " China opposes and will never accept any claim or action based on those awards". "Some nations continue to impose superfluous warnings and restrictions on freedom of the seas in their exclusive economic zones ...

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  • FBI director: Petraeus case worse than Clinton's emails
FBI director: Petraeus case worse than Clinton's emails

Republicans have called for Clinton to be prosecuted and for her customary intelligence briefings to stop. In his initial announcement, Comey said , "Agencies have concluded that three of those were classified at the time they were sent or received".

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  • Fixing Google Account Security and Overall Stability
Fixing Google Account Security and Overall Stability

The US senator, known for championing internet privacy, sent a letter on Tuesday to Niantic Labs , developer of the wildly popular game, demanding to know what data it's collecting from users and sharing with third parties. Although I do not think it's even remotely likely that Niantic was sitting around reading everyone's emails during the ch...

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  • Divide between Black and Blue lives widens after shootings
Divide between Black and Blue lives widens after shootings

Activist DeRay Mckesson has responded to accusations by former NY mayor Rudy Giuliani that Black Lives Matter is "inherently racist" in an interview following his release from jail. "We are in a divided nation". White lives matter. Asian lives matter. I looked two nights ago and you were having trouble in 11 different cities, big , big trouble.

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  • Taiping, an island not rock, says Taiwan; Philippines, Vietnam hail ruling
Taiping, an island not rock, says Taiwan; Philippines, Vietnam hail ruling

TEMPO .CO, Jakarta-The Foreign Affairs Ministry has called on all parties involved and interested in the South Cina Sea dispute to exercise self-restraint ahead of an worldwide arbitral ruling on a dispute with the Philippines over the strategic waters.

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  • Pokemon Go gets Google users into serious trouble
Pokemon Go gets Google users into serious trouble

The app gap has reached too many users lately, so the next months might be critical to Windows Phone, despite the arrival of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2. "We recently discovered that the Pokemon Go account creation process on iOS erroneously requests full access permission for the user's Google account".

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  • Memorial for 5 murdered Dallas officers
Memorial for 5 murdered Dallas officers

John, his partner. "We have too many bridges to build that we will cross together". "The moment you put on that uniform, you answer a call that in any moment can put your life in harm's way". He praised police: "We know that the overwhelming majority of police officers do an incredibly hard and unsafe job fairly and professionally". An interfaith...

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  • Holder-captained West Indies without Ramdin, Taylor
Holder-captained West Indies without Ramdin, Taylor

Ishant, who last played a Twenty20 global three years ago, said little down time between formats has made it all the more challenging for him to adapt. "I probably didn't expect to have a Test century at this stage batting at number 7 and 8 because it's tough to get a century in those positions, so I'm not too disappointed with my progression".

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  • HAPPY AS LARRY: Number 10 cat to stay on under new PM
HAPPY AS LARRY: Number 10 cat to stay on under new PM

They have lived above the famous black door for six years. Larry soon after arriving at Downing Street in 2011. Larry the Cat, who was keeping a watchful eye on the comings and goings before cabinet met, is to remain in Downing Street, a reassuring constant in changing times.

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  • Pokémon GO a Runaway Success, Raises Safety and Crime Concerns
Pokémon GO a Runaway Success, Raises Safety and Crime Concerns

Senator Al Franken of Minnesota sent a letter to Niantic Chief Executive John Hanke asking what user data Pokemon GO collects, how the data is used and with what third party service providers that data may be shared. The update appears to address those concerns, as Niantic had said it was working on a client-side fix to "request permission fo...

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  • UN chief calls for 'maximum restraint' to curb Kashmir strife
UN chief calls for 'maximum restraint' to curb Kashmir strife

Dujarric also rejected remarks by a Pakistani journalist that the United Nations chief, who had earlier in the day addressed the press on the situation in South Sudan, had "brushed aside" the Kashmir issue and was not taking note of the situation there.

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