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At the top of the speech in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Trump addressed the Dallas shooting that resulted in the deaths of five police officers last week. He also presented himself as a compassionate candidate and mentioned the two episodes that preceded the Dallas shootings: the killing of two African-American men by police, one in Minnesota and the other in Louisiana.
  • Pokemon Go UK launch pushed back due to server troubles

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    It shows the players the virtual version of their environment which is spread throughout with imaginary Pokemon creatures, and allows them to explore their area to capture, train, battle, and trade these creatures. The premise is simple, walk around the real world with your smartphone to find and catch Pokemon . This game was announced back in 2015 for both the iOs and android based smart phones.
  • Sanctioning Kim Jong Un

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    Kim topped a list in the report of those responsible for serious human rights abuses in the country. Numerous abuses were committed in political prison camps, which hold 80,000 to 120,000 prisoners and family members, according to the State Department report .
  • Shorten concedes defeat in Oz election

    Shorten concedes defeat in Oz election

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    It came after opposition leader Bill Shorten conceded defeat following eight days of uncertainty. Labor vowed not to unduly disrupt the new parliament, although it and several independents oppose much of the coalition's jobs and growth agenda, from how to return to budget surplus to a proposal for a A$50-billion ($38 billion) corporate tax break.
  • Brexit should not isolate UK

    Brexit should not isolate UK

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    Last week's referendum wiped a record $3 trillion off the value of global shares and sent sterling to its lowest level in 31 years against the US dollar. "I think we need to think about that, Europe needs to think about that". The Conservative leader said he had reported with sadness on the outcome of the referendum, saying: "People recognised the economic case for staying, but there was a very great concern about movement of people and that was coupled with concern about issues of ...
  • Challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership latest Brexit vote fallout

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    Former shadow business secretary Ms Eagle will today formally launch her Labour leadership bid with a pledge to "save" the party from demise at the hands of Mr Corbyn . The Labour Party Rule Book says: "Votes shall be cast in a single section, by Labour Party members, affiliated supporters and registered supporters".
  • Black Lives Matter decries Dallas shooting

    Black Lives Matter decries Dallas shooting

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    Lovell believes the Dallas shooting is unlikely to dramatically alter public opinion of the BLM movement. "But I have to be honest: I understand why it was done". Four of the dead were with the Dallas Police Department. "What is happening is just so traumatizing, and my heart is just so heavy", said Clifton Kinnie, who organized high school students during protests near his hometown of St.
  • Eagle: I'm challenging Corbyn to save the Labour Party

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    Eagle said she wanted to "make the Labour party relevant again" as she prepared to launch her challenge after talks to ease Corbyn out of his role broke down. Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves has written to local Labour Party members outlining why she is urging Jeremy Corbyn to resign as leader. Asked if the new members were entryists, he replied: "We've just had 360 entryists join the Labour Party in Wallasey".
  • North Korea Threatens 'Physical Action' Over US Anti-Missile System

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    USA and South Korean officials say THAAD only targets North Korea , but China and Russian Federation suspect it could also help US radars to detect missiles from their countries. North Korea carried out six test launches of intermediate range ballistic missile (IRBM) over a three-month period from April to June in an apparent rush to acquire missile technologies.
  • Clinton seeks to move past email controversy, blames officials

    Clinton seeks to move past email controversy, blames officials

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    Republicans would be wise to focus their fire on Clinton and drop the attacks on Comey , a highly respected official whose statement Tuesday provides ample ammunition for attacks on the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. "We try very hard to apply the same standard whether you are rich or poor, white or black, old or young, famous or not known at all ", he said. Repeatedly, Trump has said sexist, racist, xenophobic, irrational and stupid things that if uttered by any other ...
  • Andy Murray, Serena Williams Enter Record Books with Wimbledon Triumphs

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    World No1 Novak Djokovic, seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer and Spain's Rafael Nadal have won 43 grand slams between them, although Murray believes his latest triumph could prove to be watershed moment. "Congratulations to @andy-murray. Wimbledon champion again and quite possibly the greatest British sportsman of all time". "He is one of the hardest workers out there, always trying to improve and get better".
  • Dallas shootings: Police receive anonymous threat against officers, security heightened

    Dallas shootings: Police receive anonymous threat against officers, security heightened

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    Mr Brown defended the decision to kill Johnson with a bomb delivered by remote-controlled robot, saying negotiations went nowhere and officers could not approach him without putting themselves in danger. Police acknowledged Saturday they have found rifles, ammunition and bomb-making materials at Johnson's Mesquite home. Johnson scrawled the initials "RB", which authorities are working to decipher.
  • Were the Dallas attacks coordinated or inspired by hate groups?

    Were the Dallas attacks coordinated or inspired by hate groups?

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    The Black Lives Matter movement that's arisen in response to police shootings of black men is part of a long line of protest movements that have transformed America for the better, President Obama said Sunday, defending the protests amid renewed tensions over race and policing across the country.
  • Clinton expands lead over Trump to 13 points: Reuters/Ipsos poll

    Clinton expands lead over Trump to 13 points: Reuters/Ipsos poll

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    The survey, conducted July 1-5, comes out the same day the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it would not recommend pursuing charges against Clinton for her use of a private email server during her time as secretary of State. Since mid-May, she has maintained a relatively consistent level of support among likely voters, while Trump's popularity has eroded as his campaign wrestled with a variety of issues.
  • Watch the moment Andy Murray wins his second Wimbledon title

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    Britain's Andy Murray claimed his second Wimbledon title with a clinical 6-4, 7-6(3), 7-6(2) defeat of big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic on Centre Court on Sunday. He said: "I've spoken a lot about that over the last few months, that it changes your life". Then I had an overhead that I didn't make the most of on my serve.
  • Australia PM claims victory after national elections

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    It would be more practical to introduce electronic pre-poll voting at booths in capital cities, as now happens for Australian Capital Territory elections and New Zealand elections, but these votes are already counted on election night, so this wouldn't do much to speed up a result.
  • Weekend death toll rising in troubled Indian-administered Kashmir

    Weekend death toll rising in troubled Indian-administered Kashmir

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    Apart from the 11 persons killed in the clashes during the day on Saturday, four persons, who were injured, succumbed to their injuries during the night. How can any Indian have sympathy for such people? Alleging human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan on Sunday demanded "a fair and impartial" plebiscite to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda takes final 'Hamilton' bow

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    The world turned upside down for " Hamilton " fans when the main cast trio announced they were leaving the show. He composed the score to the new Disney animated musical Moana , out in November, and will soon begin filming the live-action Mary Poppins sequel alongside Emily Blunt .
  • Korea Test-Fires Submarine-Launched Missile

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    The missile was sacked from near Sinpo, where analysts have previously detected efforts to develop submarine-launched ballistic missile systems, The Associated Press reports . It is quite possible that there will be more frequent SLBM tests and failures as well. The launch came after Seoul and Washington announced their decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence system, or THAAD , to the Korean peninsula and the North warned U.S.
  • Pokemon GO sideloaders potentially risking world full of nasties

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    Security firm Proofpoint reports that on July 7, three days after the game's official release, they've discovered versions of the game distributed via unofficial channels that contained the DroidJack malware, a remote access trojan (RAT) that grants attackers control over an Android device.
  • Portugal stuns host France to win cup despite Ronaldo injury

    Portugal stuns host France to win cup despite Ronaldo injury

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    Portugal has gone this far by drawing their first three games in Group F. The Portuguese outlasted Croatia in extra time and trampled Poland in penalties in the quarter-final. This is the sixth Euros final to go to extra time but the first to end goalless after 90 minutes. It seemed to work as France came out bristling with intent, notably when Payet clattered into Ronaldo, who was left writhing in agony.
  • Launch of North Korean missile fails - South Korea

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    The missile was sacked from waters southeast of the coastal port city of Sinpo at around 11:30 a.m. (0230 MT), the military said. "North Korea have achieved a measurable success in mastering technology for mid-range ballistic missiles , that can reach Guam, with nuclear payload through its sixth attempt and likewise, they will continue to test launch SLBM until they get it", Dr.
  • Oxford Street shutdown for second Black Lives Matter protest

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    Crowds gathered for an interfaith prayer vigil in Dallas to honor the police officers, CNN affiliate KTRK reported. About 400 people covered a city block as marchers moved across a large area of northwest Washington and headed toward the Georgetown neighborhood late in the night.
  • Murray and Raonic go to tiebreaker in 2nd set

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    The London oddsmakers give Murray a huge advantage going into Sunday, likely counting on Murray's record against Raonic as well as his experience in Slam finals. Murray came into the tournament after losing to Novak Djokovic in the finals of both the Australian Open and French Open this year. Raonic came in averaging 22.8 aces in the first six matches of Wimbledon, and had won 83 percent of first serve points.
  • House Republicans report positive meeting with Donald Trump

    House Republicans report positive meeting with Donald Trump

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    With the odds of replacing Trump at the convention fading away from reality, the "Never Trump " movement is throwing one last Hail Mary in an attempt to block his running mate, using possible rule changes to pick who joins the ticket. Kirk did not attend the meeting. The paper reported that Trump characterized Kirk as a loser and vowed to win IL. Asked about his outreach to minorities, Trump told Republicans , "Hispanics love me", according to Dent.
  • Blair says to "take full responsibility" for any mistakes over Iraq war

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    Launched with the stated goal of wiping out Saddam Hussein's stores of weapons of mass destruction , the war aimed to enshrine a liberal democracy in the Middle East but instead unleashed sectarian violence and endless political disputes. And Sir John rejected Mr Blair's claims that the bloody insurgency and terrorism which erupted following Saddam's fall could not have been foreseen.
  • How a Gunman Killed Five Police Officers in Dallas

    How a Gunman Killed Five Police Officers in Dallas

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    Officials now describe Johnson as the "lone suspect", though they have not ruled out the possibility of co-conspirators. A large part of downtown Dallas remained closed Saturday as investigators began a second day of piecing together the details of the attack, an investigation that has included more than 200 interviews.
  • Explosives found at Dallas shooting suspects home

    Explosives found at Dallas shooting suspects home

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    A makeshift memorial at Dallas Police Headquarters is seen one day after a lone gunman ambushed and killed five police officers at a protest decrying police shootings of black men , in Dallas , Texas , U.S., July 8, 2016 . "He said he was upset about the recent police shootings ", Brown said. While the president said the country "cannot eliminate all racial tension overnight", he said the US must make it harder for troubled people to carry out acts of mass violence.
  • Ernst out as possible Trump VP

    Ernst out as possible Trump VP

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    Joni Ernst , an Iowa senator that met with Trump Monday, all but removed herself from the vice presidential search when she told POLITICO that she wants to help Trump become president. Trump needs a boost either among movement conservatives or Tea Party stalwarts (which overlap, of course), and Corker would not likely appeal to either group.
  • Ted Cruz to speak at the Republican National Convention

    Ted Cruz to speak at the Republican National Convention

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    The four U.S. House members joined their Republican colleagues for a meeting at the Capitol Hill Club. Trump will also meet privately with several dozen Hispanic business, government and religious leaders at a local Cuban restaurant. House members said Trump's speech eased a number of critics fears he is too brash in his demeanor to be commander-in-chief, noting they discussed uniting the party and how to best forward the Republican agenda.
  • Smith retreats to 'avoid another Labour split'

    Smith retreats to 'avoid another Labour split'

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    Mr Corbyn is still hanging on at the top of the Labour party despite growing pressure to resign from his own MPs. Mr Watson is expected to give a presentation to Monday evening's Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) meeting on his attempts to avoid a contest.