• 'Anti-Semitic' tweet lands Trump in trouble
'Anti-Semitic' tweet lands Trump in trouble

Instead, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee chose to interrupt his Wednesday night rally with an aggressive defense of a weekend tweet condemned as anti-Semitic, reminding anyone who may have been watching of the criticism that his campaign turns a blind eye to bigotry and attracts the support of white supremacists.

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  • Turkey Bombers From Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
Turkey Bombers From Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan

Turkey's authorities said the three terrorists who carried out the suicide bombing were of Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationality, according to Reuters. Special forces also rounded up several IS suspects in Istanbul early today, Dogan said. The organiser of the attack has been named by Turkish media as Akhmed Chatayev, a Chechen believed to have...

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  • Kashmir tense, one more succumbs to injuries, death toll 32
Kashmir tense, one more succumbs to injuries, death toll 32

In Kashmir, while normal life remained paralysed, unidentified militants targeted a police post in Sopore, about 55 kms from Srinagar , firing seven to eight rounds but no one was injured. "Both were injured in the attack", a police official said. They said the decision to impose restrictions was taken to maintain law and order in the Valley.

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  • Cameron attends last cabinet meeting as Britain set to welcome new PM
Cameron attends last cabinet meeting as Britain set to welcome new PM

It effectively has now made BrExit freedom infinitely less likely than if Andrea Leadsom had been anointed Prime Minister of Britain. She has said that she will reject calls to ignore the results of the referendum. May has said she would address the needs of minority and impoverished communities and supports same-sex marriage. It capped anoth...

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  • Terrorist suspects detained in Istanbul
Terrorist suspects detained in Istanbul

The pair were questioned by anti-terror police in Istanbul . The men had just arrived in Istanbul from Ukraine , NTV television reported. Turkey's state-run news agency says authorities have detained three new suspects in connection with the attack at Istanbul's airport that killed at least 44 people.

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  • Israeli authorities close Al-Aqsa mosque to non-Muslims after violence
Israeli authorities close Al-Aqsa mosque to non-Muslims after violence

However, for the past several years, Jewish worshipers and foreign tourists have not been allowed inside the compound during the last ten days of Ramadan, as the days are particularly sacred to Muslims, according to the Director of the Islamic Endowment and Al-Aqsa Mosque affairs Sheikh Azzam al-Khatib.

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  • Indiana Governor Mike Pence's unflappability could help Donald Trump stay cool
Indiana Governor Mike Pence's unflappability could help Donald Trump stay cool

Donald Trump certainly knows how to tease a big announcement. And where Trump struggles to draw evangelical Christians, Pence is well-regarded by them. Lynch's appearance before the House Judiciary Committee came one week after FBI Director James Comey announced the end of a yearlong investigation into Clinton's email use during her tenure as secr...

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  • Anderson out of first Pakistan Test
Anderson out of first Pakistan Test

England will be without Broad's regular new-ball partner James Anderson for the Lord's Test, meaning Jake Ball or Toby Roland-Jones will be handed a debut. It makes more sense for him to be there than Vince, who had a lean series against Sri Lanka and could soon be the under-pressure batsman in the side.

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  • Aaron Rodgers' little brother ripped him on 'The Bachelorette'
Aaron Rodgers' little brother ripped him on 'The Bachelorette'

Robby got the rose after a rainy day date in the hotel where he was challenged to strip to his underwear and run through the halls of the hotel. She was concerned that she wasn't connecting with him on a romantic level. Aaron won't be showing up during the hometown date next week, and who knows what his relationship with Jordan could be moving f...

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  • Britain's next prime minister, Theresa May, heading to 10 Downing St.
Britain's next prime minister, Theresa May, heading to 10 Downing St.

Our Prime Minister John Key's in London and says he doesn't know the soon-to-be prime minister very well, but his impression is she's a straight shooter and others speak highly of her. May, who actually supported Britain remaining in the European Union, reiterated her commitment to Brexit on Monday. She also paid tribute to Mr Cameron "for ...

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  • Obama to address a divided nation at Dallas memorial service
Obama to address a divided nation at Dallas memorial service

What I've seen of this country and its people, their goodness and decency, as president of the United States", said Obama in an emotional speech in which he emphasized the achievements made in race relations in recent decades and urged a strengthening of common values".

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  • Locals react to the new Pokémon Go App
Locals react to the new Pokémon Go App

Compared to other smartphone games, "Pokemon Go" urges its players to move around ad stay mobile as they search for the Pokemons. The game was released just last week and according to Forbes it's on track to surpass Twitter in daily active users on Android .

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  • North Korea: US sanctions a 'declaration of war'
North Korea: US sanctions a 'declaration of war'

The U.S. State Department estimates that between 80,000 and 120,000 people are being held at prison camps in the isolated state. The latest comment came after the State Department imposed sanctions Wednesday on Kim and 22 other North Korean officials and entities over human rights violations that include systematic torture, forced labor, extrajud...

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  • CEO Elon Musk says working on
CEO Elon Musk says working on "Top Secret Tesla Masterplan"

On top of the auto accidents - a second, non-fatal crash involving a Model X in Pennsylvania on July 1 is also being investigated, to determine whether the autopilot function was involved - Tesla Motors has recently conceded it is unlikely to meet delivery expectations of 80,000 to 90,000 EVs this year.

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  • China rejects Hague tribunal ruling as
China rejects Hague tribunal ruling as "null and void"

The United States said on Tuesday a court ruling that China has no historic title over the waters of the South China Sea should be treated as final and binding and not be a reason to raise tensions. The five fishermen were rescued by a trawler some seven hours later. The US boycotted proceedings, said the court held no jurisdiction, and refused t...

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  • Pyongyang to shut United Nations office and cut off talks with US
Pyongyang to shut United Nations office and cut off talks with US

The other, Korean-American Kim Dong Chul, is serving a 10-year sentence for espionage, state media said . The U.S. State Department didn't immediately respond to an emailed request for comment. Defense Minister Han Min-koo speaks during a plenary meeting of the Defense Committee on the National Assembly in Seoul on July 11, 2016, about Seoul and...

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  • Trump expected to make VP announcement on Friday
Trump expected to make VP announcement on Friday

Walking onto the stage to cheers, Pence confidently introduced the presumptive GOP nominee and vigorously advocated for Trump as the best person to lead the country. Some of Gingrich's allies have been "heavily lobbying" the campaign, one of the source's told CNN. "I clearly have it with Chris and Newt". I've been part of the process.

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  • Labour, Lib Dems and Greens call for snap general election
Labour, Lib Dems and Greens call for snap general election

According to a Sky Data poll, the public is split on whether there should be a snap general election this year . Some Tory MPs privately think she would be wise to seize the moment to get her own mandate, but with the country calling for stability in the grip of Brexit uncertainty, this is highly unlikely and sources in her inner circle have all...

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  • Islamist militants attack Somali army base, killing at least 10 soldiers
Islamist militants attack Somali army base, killing at least 10 soldiers

The city has had regular attacks, including suicide bombings, since. In the 44-minute recorded message published on social networking sites and broadcast by a Shabaab radio station, Diriye also accused foreign peacekeeping forces of widespread human rights violations against Somali civilians including rape.

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  • David Cameron Chairs Last Cabinet Meeting as PM
David Cameron Chairs Last Cabinet Meeting as PM

Cameron, who will be succeeded by Theresa May on Wednesday evening, visited India three times since 2010 and pulled out all stops to make Prime Minister Modi's November 2015 visit to London a success. "Welcome news we have 1 candidate with overwhelming support to be next PM". Britain has faced a leadership vacuum in the wake of the momentous vote...

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