• Labour's National Executive Committee will decide leadership nominations issue
Labour's National Executive Committee will decide leadership nominations issue

I saw him at party conference previous year, when he went to something like 40 events in a day to give speeches. After weeks of shadow boxing, Britain's Labour Party faces a leadership contest, with former business secretary Angela Eagle launching a formal challenge to Jeremy Corbyn.

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  • Shane Doan returning to Coyotes for 1 more year
Shane Doan returning to Coyotes for 1 more year

Doan had previously signed a four-year, $21.2 million contract that expired at the start of free agency this month and had been debating whether to continue playing. "I think there are players who would do the same if they are given an opportunity". It's not like I ever had any anxiety about it. "We knew eventually it would get done".

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  • United Nations shelters 7000 people amid South Sudan fighting
United Nations shelters 7000 people amid South Sudan fighting

Much is not clear about the latest violence in Juba , where mobile communication is unreliable and officials have proved hard to contact. The U.N. mission in South Sudan, UNMISS, expressed its outrage after its bases in Juba were caught in the crossfire between the two sides and two Chinese peacekeepers were killed.

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  • Hillary returns to NH as endorsement reports heat up
Hillary returns to NH as endorsement reports heat up

The Sanders and Clinton campaigns are still discussing policy areas where they can reach agreement, including ways to expand access to health care coverage. "We are working on other ideas, as well". While three-quarters of Democratic voters believe the party will unite behind Clinton, only 38 percent of Republicans believe the GOP will solidly ...

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  • End of Ramadan marked by Muslims in GTA, around the world
End of Ramadan marked by Muslims in GTA, around the world

Many of you will mark Eid al-Fitr as you marked the fasting month of Ramadan, with acts of charity and service to your communities. But the most horrifying to most Muslims around the world: Monday's attack in the second holiest site in Islam and the final resting place of the Prophet Mohammed in the Saudi city of Medina.

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  • India Asks All To 'Show Utmost Respect' On South China Sea Verdict
India Asks All To 'Show Utmost Respect' On South China Sea Verdict

In response to the decision, United States officials have urged China and the Philippines "to avoid provocative statements and actions" in an attempt to quell any further disputes or acts of violence concerning territory in the South China Sea .

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  • David Cameron Hums Merry Tune After Announcing Resignation
David Cameron Hums Merry Tune After Announcing Resignation

Mr Key said he's had a long, relatively close relationship with David Cameron - but has met Theresa May on only a couple of occasions. It wasn't immediately clear what tune Cameron was singing, but the social media world poured forth with often-satirical suggestions.

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  • Theresa May becomes Conservative Party leader
Theresa May becomes Conservative Party leader "with immediate effect"

She has also said she will appoint a "Brexit minister" to oversee negotiations with the EU. Cameron rose swiftly through the ranks of the party - which was then struggling badly against prime minister Tony Blair's Labour government - and was elected leader in 2005 at the age of 39.

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  • Armed Robbers Used Pokemon GO to Lure in 9 Different Victims
Armed Robbers Used Pokemon GO to Lure in 9 Different Victims

Even after living in Texarkana for years, the brothers said they never ventured downtown for pleasure until they downloaded the game. Law enforcement in O'Fallon, Missouri, has been forced to put out a warning to players of augmented reality smartphone game Pokemon Go that criminals may be using the game as bait to lure them into traps.

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  • Bernie Sanders expected to endorse Hillary Clinton at campaign event
Bernie Sanders expected to endorse Hillary Clinton at campaign event

The Democratic primary is officially over as Bernie Sanders campaigned with Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, giving his official endorsement of the former Secretary of State. Trump, who previously said Sanders has been "treated terribly by the Democrats" and should have run as an independent, wasted no time going after the Vermont senator.

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  • Body of missing airman found in northern Italian river
Body of missing airman found in northern Italian river

The Air Force issued an all-points bulletin Friday for Hale. His body was found about 9:30 a.m.in the Livenza River near the town of Sacile, where Hale lived and where he went missing after leaving an evening cookout on July 2, Air Force officials at Aviano Air Base said in a statement.

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  • Officers Who Killed Alton Sterling Make New Claims About What Really Happened
Officers Who Killed Alton Sterling Make New Claims About What Really Happened

The weekend protests led to almost 200 arrests and a show of force from law enforcement. The threat emerged after the shooting death of Alton Sterling last week by Baton Rouge police, which has prompted weeklong protests by people concerned about police use of deadly force.

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  • Israeli PM Netanyahu tour coincides with memorial of Entebbe hostage rescue
Israeli PM Netanyahu tour coincides with memorial of Entebbe hostage rescue

Also on his one-day visit to Uganda Netanyahu will attend a security-themed summit of regional leaders, including those from Kenya and Tanzania, said Don Wanyama, a spokesman for Uganda's president. In an interview at his Jerusalem office on Friday ahead of his visit, Mr Netanyahu told Daily Monitor that his visit is an attempt to thaw relations th...

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  • Loretta Lynch to testify before House committee in continuing Clinton email saga
Loretta Lynch to testify before House committee in continuing Clinton email saga

But the FBI director made no mention of any potential violations of the law during his formal summary of the investigation, which centered on whether Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, mishandled classified information during her tenure at the State Department.

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  • Minn. cop's lawyer blames driver's gun, not his race, in fatal shooting
Minn. cop's lawyer blames driver's gun, not his race, in fatal shooting

Anthony Police Department, with Yanez identified as the shooter. Kelly declined to say whether Castile told the officer that he had a permit, which his girlfriend said he tried to tell Yanez and the officer with him that night, Joe Kauser, before he was shot.

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  • Schweinsteiger marries Ivanovic in Venice
Schweinsteiger marries Ivanovic in Venice

The couple later walked hand-in-hand to a boat as they left the reception, with tourists looking on to catch a glimpse of Ana's stunning gown. Manchester United and Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger married tennis star Ana Ivanovic in Italy on Tuesday afternoon.

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  • Britain's Prime Minister Cameron quitting early, Scotland presses to leave Britain
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron quitting early, Scotland presses to leave Britain

Energy minister Andrea Leadsom abruptly withdrew from the contest to succeed David Cameron as Britain's prime minister on Monday, leaving her rival Theresa May as the only candidate. Cameron announced he would step down after leading the failed campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union in the June 23 referendum. The second, she said,...

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  • 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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  • Portugal stun hosts without Ronaldo
Portugal stun hosts without Ronaldo

Four Portuguese players and three from Germany were named in the team of the tournament.
 Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo was joined by Pepe , Raphael Guerreiro and goalkeeper Rui Patricio.
Germany was represented by defenders Joshua Kimmich and Jerome Boateng and midfielder Toni Kroos.

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