• Police in Italy investigating UW-Madison student's death as murder
Police in Italy investigating UW-Madison student's death as murder

On Monday, hours after locating Solomon's body, Italian police detained a homeless man they've since identified as 40-year-old Massimo Galioto , and are holding him on suspicion of aggravated homicide for futile motives. A homeless man in Rome was charged Tuesday with murder of a USA college student who disappeared a week ago only hours after ...

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  • Beijing rejects South China Sea ruling
Beijing rejects South China Sea ruling

Earlier Tuesday, a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled against China in a suit brought by USA ally the Philippines, which argued that China violated its sovereign rights with excessive claims. The Senate, it would also say, "opposes any actions in the South China Sea to change the status quo by coercion, force or the...

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  • Modi returns home after four-nation Africa tour
Modi returns home after four-nation Africa tour

Other agreements signed between the two countries included defense cooperation. "Closer cooperation in field of maritime security occupies an important place in our defence and security engagement", he said. They tasked the Joint Trade Committee of the two countries to explore further ways of enhancing trade cooperation. The Prime Minister said t...

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  • Portugal's Euro 2016 champions return to Lisbon
Portugal's Euro 2016 champions return to Lisbon

Griezmann and midfield schemer Dimitri Payet were included in the UEFA team of the tournament named Monday, as was Portugal skipper Cristiano Ronaldo, who was stretchered off injured and in tears after a crunching tackle by Payet. He gave us a lot of confidence and said 'listen people, I'm sure we will win, so stay together and fight for it'. Fr...

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  • Clinton receives long-awaited endorsement from Sanders
Clinton receives long-awaited endorsement from Sanders

Sanders said he is pleased his campaign won nearly 1,900 Democratic delegates, "far more than nearly anyone thought we could win". Clinton hopes the joint appearance will help her win over Sanders supporters, some of whom carried Sanders signs into the rally and frequently drowned out her supporters.

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  • 3 dead, 2 injured in shooting at MI courthouse
3 dead, 2 injured in shooting at MI courthouse

He was facing multiple felony charges. Bailey said the sheriff's department is investigating the shootings along with the St. Joseph's Police Department and Michigan State Police. Inmate Larry Gordon , 45, somehow got his hands on a gun as he was being transported by bailiffs within the Berrien County courthouse and that's when it happened.

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  • Cow Vigilantes Strip, Thrash Suspected Smugglers Of Cow Leather In Gujarat
Cow Vigilantes Strip, Thrash Suspected Smugglers Of Cow Leather In Gujarat

Cow protection vigilante groups have been active in various parts of the country against slaughter of cows and consumption of beef. Police said the victims belonged to the Dalit community of Mota Samadiyara village of Una in Gir Somnath and employed in disposal of carcass.

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  • Incomplete call to overhaul French intelligence
Incomplete call to overhaul French intelligence

To illustrate the poor coordination between French intelligence services, Fenech cited the case of Said Kouachi, a French citizen born in Paris to Algerian immigrants, who along with his brother Cherif attacked the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo magazine in the French capital.

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  • After Iron Lady, Theresa May to become Britain's 2nd female PM
After Iron Lady, Theresa May to become Britain's 2nd female PM

Ms May said she would work to unite the country while seeking the best possible deal for Britain on leaving the European Union and forging a new global role outside it. While May supported Britain staying in the European Union, she cut a low profile during the referendum and has insisted she will honour the vote, stressing: " Brexit means Brexit ".

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  • Euro 2016: Coleman: We must remember where we came from
Euro 2016: Coleman: We must remember where we came from

We've got a hard game to come. Bale said: "It's in our hands now". "The whole experience is uncharted". "I think we're coming into Switzerland and then coming across by train but I don't care how long it takes just as long as I can get there".

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  • Gayle King: Black Lives Matter Protesters 'Care Very Deeply About Police'
Gayle King: Black Lives Matter Protesters 'Care Very Deeply About Police'

Among them: Black Lives Matter is a "divisive" movement, and perhaps racist, because " all lives matter". On the right, if you automatically dismiss the deaths of black men because you imagine that's what conservatives are supposed to do, or that it's pro-police, you're genuinely revolting.

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  • Rocket attacks by rebel groups kill at least 30 in Syria's Aleppo
Rocket attacks by rebel groups kill at least 30 in Syria's Aleppo

Nusra's control over its half of the city is in growing doubt, as the Syrian military advances on the last road leading into that area, effectively cutting off their supply lines. The Syrian army had severed the road on Thursday, following a week-long offensive. Syria's largest city and once its commercial center, Aleppo has been bitterly conte...

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  • Seven things to know about Theresa May, Britain's new prime minister
Seven things to know about Theresa May, Britain's new prime minister

The Maidenhead MP, who will be Britain's second female prime minister , said Mrs Leadsom had shown "dignity", and also expressed her gratitude to Mr Cameron. She added that there's a limit to what Britain can handle and that she wants to see immigration brought down to "sustainable levels". She promised to get the best exit deal for Britain fr...

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  • Willett busy enjoying perks of being major champion
Willett busy enjoying perks of being major champion

Spieth's decision means the world's top four players have all withdrawn citing concerns over Zika, a mosquito-borne virus which has been linked to defects in newborn babies and Guillain-Barre, a rare neurological syndrome which causes temporary paralysis in adults.

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  • United States senator probes Pokemon GO maker over data privacy concerns
United States senator probes Pokemon GO maker over data privacy concerns

The company said that the game "only accesses basic Google profile information". 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.

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  • At least 20 die in head-on train crash in southern Italy
At least 20 die in head-on train crash in southern Italy

The crisis unit said there were a few foreigners among the injured. A hospital in Andria was asking the public for blood donations for the injured through a local news website. "It's an apocalyptic scene, it was hard not to vomit on first sight", said local journalist Lucia Olivieri who works for Andria Live.it, adding that rescue workers feared pe...

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  • Stocks open higher on Wall Street; Dow nears a record high
Stocks open higher on Wall Street; Dow nears a record high

It was the first record high close for the Dow in more than a year. The S&P 500 .SPX , which came close several times this year to topping its May 2015 record, finally broke through on Monday to a new high of 2,143.16, and closed just 0.2 percent below.

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  • United Kingdom poised to have first woman PM since Margaret Thatcher
United Kingdom poised to have first woman PM since Margaret Thatcher

Leadsom and Gove, who both backed the "leave" campaign in the referendum, say the prime minister should be someone who truly believes in a British exit, or Brexit. Britain's second largest party in Parliament, the Labour party , has been facing a leadership crisis as well. Mrs May's campaign received a boost with an endorsement from The Sun ne...

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  • Teen's death takes Kashmir toll to 23
Teen's death takes Kashmir toll to 23

Among the deaths was a police officer, who drowned Saturday after when angry crowds pushed his armored vehicle into a river in Sangam, a town about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Srinagar. Army officials blame the social media campaign for the rapid growth in the number of militants emerging from the portion of Kashmir under Indian control.

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  • Qatar Airways in advanced talks for 25-30 Boeing narrowbody planes
Qatar Airways in advanced talks for 25-30 Boeing narrowbody planes

The industry is dogged by a record backlog for orders of planes, which - alongside weaker demand from airlines - sent orders tumbling nearly a third past year. British Prime Minister David Cameron, who announced his intention to step down after losing the European Union membership referendum last month, will attend the week-long show on Monday.

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