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While Clinton campaign officials acknowledge their candidate's disconnect with young people, they see the prospect of a Trump presidency as perhaps the best way to motivate those voters in November. Chants of "Bernie" broke out in the gymnasium while opening speakers addressed the crowd, prompting Clinton's faithful to chant, "unity". When Senator Jeanne Shaheen, a Clinton supporter, told the audience, "We need to elect Hillary", some Bernie supporters stood and shouted, "No", which was ...
  • Theresa May becomes Conservative Party leader

    Theresa May becomes Conservative Party leader "with immediate effect"

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    Mrs May became the only contender after Andrea Leadsom , who caused outrage when she suggested she was more qualified for the job because she had children, abruptly quit the race on Monday. The outcome prompted Mr Cameron to step down, and plunged his Conservative party into a bitter leadership race. So did May - but infighting, bad timing and cold feet among leaders of the victorious "leave" campaign means she will have the task of leading a divided country out of the EU.
  • Labour Party Awaits Key Leadership Ruling, Corbyn’s Fate In Balance

    Labour Party Awaits Key Leadership Ruling, Corbyn’s Fate In Balance

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    Eagle's leadership bid comes after as many as 172 Labour MPs out of a total of 230 MPs indicated that they had no confidence in Corbyn in a vote of the Parliamentary Labour Party last month. Asked about Mr Cameron's legacy, Ms Eagle said: "I think he has been a Prime Minister that thought he could do his homework in an essay crisis at the end of the evening and ended up taking us out of the European Union accidentally".
  • Union Support For UK's Corbyn Weak

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    The Labour leader is expected to struggle to gain the required nominations if forced to obtain them. Supporters of Mr Corbyn , who won his position with a huge mandate from party members in 2015, also think he should appear automatically.
  • Bernie Sanders buries hatchet, endorses Hillary Clinton for president

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    At A February 2016 Democrat Debate, Sanders Said The Guest Worker Programs In The 2006 Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill Were 'Akin To Slavery'. "The candidate who ran against special interests is endorsing the candidate who embodies special interests", Miller said. Still, plenty of Sanders supporters came to Tuesday's rally still deeply skeptical of Clinton, suggesting that the Vermonter's aid could be vital in the months ahead.
  • Tribunal rejects China's expansive South China Sea claims

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    In January 2013, the Philippines filed a case against China claiming that Beijing had violated the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea by its actions in the South China Sea. And while the ruling is regarded as legally binding, there is no mechanism to enforce it. Glaser said the ruling also meant that the Philippines would have less of an incentive to talk to China about sharing or jointly developing resources in the South China Sea.
  • Donald Trump raised $51m in June on behalf of campaign and RNC

    Donald Trump raised $51m in June on behalf of campaign and RNC

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    Under fire for the tweet , Trump has doubled down. Of these Dollars 51 million , USD 26 million were raised through digital and small donations. The campaigns have not yet filed their latest mandatory campaign finance reports with the Federal Election Commission, but each announced fundraising totals for June, as is common once campaigns finish counting their checks at the end of each month.
  • Home Secretary Theresa May to become PM

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    British Prime Minister David Cameron is expediting his departure from 10 Downing Street, paving the way for Home Secretary Theresa May to take the reins and steer the country out of EU. Other anti-EU figures who could be brought in include current justice minister Michael Gove, who ran unsuccessfully for the leadership, and former mayor of London Boris Johnson, who sprung a surprise by not joining the race.
  • China Has No Historic Rights Over South China Sea, Says International Court

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    European Council President Donald Tusk, in opening remarks in a meeting with Li on Tuesday, said: "The South China Sea we will see an important ruling today". The islands are controlled by various neighboring countries, together with some other reefs and rocks. The ministry said it would issue a more detailed comment on the content of the ruling at a later time and reasserted Vietnam's claim of sovereignty over the Paracel and Spratly island, and its jurisdiction over its Exclusive Economic ...
  • May to be UK's next prime minister

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    On Wednesday I will attend the House of Commons for prime minister's questions . Cameron announced his resignation after failing to convince voters to remain in the European Union in a June 23 referendum . The vast majority of the party's lawmakers do not believe Corbyn can lead them to a general election victory - with his perceived lacklustre campaigning in the European Union referendum proving the last straw.
  • 'Sultan' mints over Rs 35 crore on opening day

    'Sultan' mints over Rs 35 crore on opening day

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    Another Rs 92 crore have come in from foreign markets, according to Bollywood Hungama. Disney now holds the record for the biggest Hollywood movie ever there with The Jungle Book at $39M from earlier this year. "Is all set for a POWER-PACKED 5-day weekend in India ". Having eclipsed the lifetime collections of any other film released in 2016 ( Akshay Kumar's Airlift included) in five days, the film is breaking a host of records - including those outside India .
  • Beyond Brexit: The consequences of Britain's great exit

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    They said Britain was being held back by the European Union, which they said imposed too many rules on business and charged billions of pounds a year in membership fees for little in return. Mr Cameron said he accepted the decision of the electorate. A spokesman said: "Unfortunately there is little we can do about undesirable characters buying our merchandise and distributing it".
  • Armed Robbers Used New Pokemon Go App To Target Victims

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    The police have also released a statement to warn Pokémon Go players of the potential hazards: "Seeing a Pikachu on the sidewalk in front of you is a fan's digital dream come true". This does not necessarily mean Niantic and Nintendo will siphon off all of that personal data you just gave them access to. "My generation loves this game", added Champlain College student Matt Fortier.
  • Prepare for conflict over South China Sea, says Chinese media

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    China should prepare for war in the South China Sea, a Chinese state-run paper said Tuesday, ahead of a major impending global tribunal decision on South China Sea dispute between China and the Philippines. Dr. John Short, political analyst and Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, told Radio Sputnik that the Philippines may be able to better serve its territorial interests in the South China Sea by negotiating with China.
  • Labour party leadership election to oust Corbyn officially triggered

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    Ms Eagle said she could provide the leadership that Mr Corbyn , who has lost the confidence of 80 per cent of Labour MPs, was no longer capable of offering. "I am not here for a Labour Party that just takes part". "Throughout the country he has re-ignited enthusiasm, particularly amongst the young, and given real hope that a Labour Government will adopt policies to end austerity".
  • May or Leadsom to be next British PM

    May or Leadsom to be next British PM

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    She said: 'I am delighted to have won so much support from my colleagues. May, speaking immediately after the votes were announced, said the results show the Conservative Party can unite under her leadership, and that now her job is to take her case to the party membership.
  • After 'Brexecution,' the man who betrayed Boris Johnson speaks out

    After 'Brexecution,' the man who betrayed Boris Johnson speaks out

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    Cameron's announcement triggered a Conservative leadership race in which Johnson was expected be a front-runner, with Gove as his campaign manager. Stressing her extensive experience near the top of government, her campaign has launched with the slogan "Theresa May is ready to be prime minister from day one".
  • Wounded Woman Who Shielded Her Son From Dallas Sniper Ready To March

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    Through tears, Taylor said "And then, I saw another officer get shot..." "When we got (to the hospital), he (Taylor's son) was covered in his mom's blood, scared", Williams told KDFW. "I was saying yes, but not loud enough because I didn't want my son to hear me", the mother continued. "So, we understand that there are a few bad apples out there, but they don't spoil the whole bunch".
  • Greyhound racing banned in NSW

    Greyhound racing banned in NSW

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    Liberal Premier Mike Baird recently announced he would shut down the dog racing industry after a damning report revealed the sport was riddled with animal abuse. Announcing the shutdown on Thursday, Mr Baird said: 'As a humane and responsible government, we are left with no acceptable course of action except to close this industry down.
  • Thousands of fans greet Portugal on glorious homecoming

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    Portugal had never before won a major tournament, having lost in the final of Euro 2004 on home soil, a tournament in which Ronaldo starred. Portugal earned its place in the finals after defeating Wales 2-0. Cristiano was unable to play most of the game after hurting his knee, but Portugal managed to pull off a miraculous win without him. Sports paper O Jogo gave its headline "Eternal" with a picture of the whole team.
  • Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo celebrate Euro 2016 victory

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    The ugly duckling turned into a handsome one". "I felt it would be him (Eder) who would resolve the game in extra-time". The substitute picked the ideal time to score his first competitive goal for his country, marauding forward before letting fly with a bullet shot from 25 metres in the 109th minute.
  • North Korea says will treat US detainees under

    North Korea says will treat US detainees under "wartime law"

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    North Korea has conducted four nuclear tests this year as well as tests of several long-range missiles. "North Korea needs to see who is responsible for putting the Korean Peninsula's peace and security at risk before criticizing the THAAD deployment decision", ministry spokesman Moon Sang-gyun said.
  • Boeing, Airbus offer rosy outlooks for aircraft demand

    Boeing, Airbus offer rosy outlooks for aircraft demand

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    The figures represent a 4.1% increase on last year's forecast. They said airlines have become more cautious after booking lots of orders for new planes for quite a few years. LONDON, 12 July 2016:Virgin Atlantic announced Monday that it has made firm orders for 12 wide-bodied Airbus A350-1000 jets, worth USD4.4 billion (3.9 billion euros) at list prices, in the first major announcement at Farnborough.
  • China: Manila must set aside Hague ruling for sea talks

    China: Manila must set aside Hague ruling for sea talks

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    China routinely carries out exercises in the South China Sea. Brunei, China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam have all laid claim to parts of the South China Sea. From July 7 to 13, the tribunal heard the Philippines' oral arguments on whether the tribunal has the right to hear its case against China. Experts say it is only common sense for the Philippines to play smart in the contest with a superpower like China.
  • "Pokemon GO" craze catching the country

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    The game uses real maps with notable and historic spots around a player's location that they call PokeStops, where you can check in and receive items needed in the game, like Poke Balls. They spent three hours walking around Christopher Newport University's campus Sunday, eventually meeting up with about 20 students after they placed a lure module to draw in Pokemon .
  • United Kingdom candidate Leadsom drops out of PM race, leaving May

    United Kingdom candidate Leadsom drops out of PM race, leaving May

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    A "prolonged period of transition", wasn't needed, Cameron said in a statement , adding that Home Secretary May had "overwhelming support " of the Conservative Party. The race dwindled down to May and Leadsom last week, meaning the United Kingdom would soon have its second female prime minister, following Margaret Thatcher, who was at the helm from 1979 to 1990.
  • Pokemon Go Is Getting So Big That Police Are Getting Involved

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    Shares in Japanese gaming group Nintendo Co jumped more than 10 percent on Friday, buoyed by expectations for its recently launched Pokemon GO mobile game. Pokemon Go's requirement to get up and explore doesn't feel intrusive. Google Trends data shows that more people are searching for the word Pokemon than at any other time - despite it being a 20-year-old gaming franchise.
  • USA boosts troop numbers in Iraq to aid battle against Islamic State

    USA boosts troop numbers in Iraq to aid battle against Islamic State

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    This now brings the official number of USA troops in Iraq up to 4,647, but that doesn't include commandos or service members who remain in the country for less than four months. He revealed President Barack Obama's decision as he spoke to about 120 troops in a building at Baghdad's airport. The role of United States troops had previously been limited to advising at headquarters and division levels, much further from any active frontlines.
  • Black Lives Matter holds peaceful rally in Orlando

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    Most of the protests Saturday night into Sunday were peaceful. (G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News via AP). He will visit Dallas on Tuesday, July 12th. "They supposed to be protecting us and they're supposed to be protecting our communities". Just 24 hours earlier, another black man, Alton Sterling, 37, was shot to death by police while being restrained in Baton Rouge , La.