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Allies of the former Prime Minister, who had seen Mrs May as the "Cameron continuity candidate", were dismayed as his successor wielded the knife. Former London Mayor Boris Johnson, the controversial leading voice of the successful campaign to leave the European Union, will become the country's top diplomat as foreign secretary, while former Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will take over as chancellor of the exchequer.
  • Trump picks Mike Pence as running mate

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    Trump spent a Monday interview with The Washington Post claiming that his VP pick was meaningless and wouldn't help the ticket. Hillary Clinton's campaign wasted no time calling him the "most extreme pick in a generation". PENCE: In France. And I am very supportive of Donald Trump's call to temporarily suspend immigration from countries where terrorist influence and impact represents a threat to the United States .
  • Auschwitz asks 'Pokemon Go' to keep monsters out of death camp

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    The ban comes after reports of people playing the game at Auschwitz and other memorial sites around the world. Niantic has run into trouble with Holocaust memorial sites before. They are now working to have the location removed from the game. He said the museum is trying to get its location permanently removed from the game.
  • Fans Asked To Stop Chasing Pokemons In US Holocaust Museum

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    It carefully acknowledges that Pokemon Go on its own is a fun and worthwhile game, but that it doesn't belong in a place like the Holocaust Museum. New York magazine reported that playing the game at other sites - such as Ground Zero in New York City, near a North Carolina statue of a Confederate general and at the site of multiple African-American mural memorials in Brooklyn - has also caused controversy.
  • Cameron formally resigns as PM at audience with Queen

    Cameron formally resigns as PM at audience with Queen

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    West Oxfordshire association chairman David McFarlane said: "David Cameron has been as inspiring a Prime Minister as he has been member of Parliament for the Witney constituency - a statesman who has put the country first without for one moment losing sight of his constituency duties".
  • UK Prime Minister appoints new cabinet

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    Just over an hour after entering her new office, she started naming ministers. Cameron also made a reference to his successor, United Kingdom home secretary Theresa May, in his final speech, saying he wished her well and was proud that for the "second time in British history" the Prime Minister will be a woman and "once again a Conservative" in reference to Margaret Thatcher as the first female PM of Britain.
  • Theresa May appointed Prime Minister

    Theresa May appointed Prime Minister

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    Speaking the same day Theresa May announced Boris Johnson as the UK's new foreign secretary, Schulz delivered some harsh words for the new prime minister and her government, saying they must break the country's "dangerous vicious circle" before it also impacts the EU.
  • Japanese messaging app Line soars in largest tech IPO of the year

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    Following a Q1 that marked the slowest quarter for IPOs in seven years, activity picked up in Q2. While Line's revenue has steadily risen in recent years, the company's profit sharply declined last year... It combines attributes from Facebook , Skype and WhatsApp with games and a mobile payment service also on offer. It is best known for letting users send each other cute cartoon "stickers", and is hugely popular among teenagers.
  • Clinton team celebrates Sanders endorsement with Snapchat filter

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    His supporters have largely made a decision to support Mrs Clinton in an effort to stop presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump from winning the White House. Sanders responded with his own biting tweet , saying Trump's comment was merely "big talk from the same guy who was too afraid to debate Bernie in California".
  • Obama Calls Hollande, Condemns 'Appalling' Attack in Nice

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    Bouhlel's motives remain murky, although French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said he was "undoubtedly linked to radical Islam". French TV reports apparently described Bouhlel as a young father of three who may have been going through a crumbling marriage, though other reports allege he was not married.
  • Statement issued by families of Taliyah Marsman and Sara Baillie

    Statement issued by families of Taliyah Marsman and Sara Baillie

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    Others say when yet another person with a lengthy criminal record is arrested for a terrible crime, it highlights the failure of the justice system. Sources say Downey lived in Nova Scotia for some time. The family is devastated and there's still a ton of work to do investigationally. A CPS officer searches for evidence related to Taliyah Marsman in a chest high field of canola in the town of Delacour, just northeast of Calgary.
  • Egypt foreign minister to talk Mideast peace in rare visit to Israel

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    Shoukry also briefed his Jordanian counterpart Nasser Gouda over the results of his visit to Israel regarding peace talks. Last month, a USA official said that the Obama administration is prepared to incorporate missile defense funds in a new long-term agreement on military aid for Israel, accommodating in principle a key request by its ally in the yet-unresolved talks.
  • Kashmir protesters clash with Indian police despite lockdown

    Kashmir protesters clash with Indian police despite lockdown

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    But after people prayed in smaller, neighborhood mosques, protests continued and police reported clashes. An unruly mob pelted stones at security forces in Drugmulla in Kupwara district after the Friday prayers. On Friday, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif paid tribute to Wani as a "soldier of independence" and vowed his country would continue extending political moral and diplomatic support to Kashmiris.
  • Messaging app Line's stock soars in NYSE debut

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    In addition to Facebook, Line is training its sights on China's Tencent, whose WeChat app now dominates. "Investors are giving Line high marks for its growth potential and the initial public offering should boost its name recognition", said Hideki Yasuda, an analyst at Ace Research Institute in Tokyo .
  • New British cabinet appointments

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    The average age of Cabinet members -52- is a year older than Mr Cameron's team, after the recall of the veteran Eurosceptics David Davis, the Minister for Brexit, and Liam Fox , the International Trade Secretary . The traditional spectacle of seeing MPs summoned to Downing Street for hiring and firing discussions with the Prime Minister will continue on Thursday amid speculation that Mrs May could reorganise government departments.
  • Coup in Turkey: Military Seizes Power, President Defiant

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    Two other tanks and a military vehicle were stationed in front of the VIP terminal. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would overcome what he called an uprising by a minority. Neighbouring Greece said it was following the situation closely. However, in past crises, the government has forced the country's internet service providers to block social media access in an attempt to suppress oppositional forces from organizing and communicating.
  • Man taken into custody in connection to missing Calgary girl

    Man taken into custody in connection to missing Calgary girl

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    The man and girl were in the same Calgary neighbourhood where Sara Baillie's body was discovered Monday night in the basement suite she shared with her daughter. Calgary police say he is believed to be the driver of a gray vehicle that was captured on surveillance footage around the same time the girl was last seen in Calgary's Panorama Hills neighborhood.
  • 'Attempt' at Coup in Turkey, Prime Minister Says

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    During the fighting, 17 police officers were been killed in a helicopter attack on police special forces headquarters on the outskirts of Ankara, Anadolu said. "Sooner or later, they all fail". However, it was not clear who was supporting the coup and who was opposing it. Turkey is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and USA fighter jets have been allowed to use Turkish air bases, in their fight against ISIS terrorists.
  • How does Theresa May's cabinet compare to David Cameron's?

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    May made Johnson her new foreign secretary late Wednesday, in another surprise move. Mrs May's leadership rival, Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb, also quit "in the best interests of my family". Mr Hammond said he'd make "carefully considered choices over the summer", followed by an Autumn Statement "in the ordinary manner". She replaced him with Mr Philip Hammond, the former foreign secretary.
  • Women Infected With Zika Can Spread the Virus to Male Sexual Partners

    Women Infected With Zika Can Spread the Virus to Male Sexual Partners

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    The United States has seen a rise in travel-associated cases, but so far no local transmission has been observed. It was not clear from the NY report whether Zika was spread to the male sex partner through vaginal or other fluids. The CDC recommends pregnant women with partners who have traveled to or live in Zika-prone areas should use proper protection or not have sex while they are pregnant.
  • Tour de France to continue as planned after attack in Nice

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    A man drove a truck into a crowd watching fireworks in the French Riviera city of Nice, killing at least 84 people. Some officials and eyewitnesses described it as a deliberate attack. But the Dutch rider put his rivalry with Froome aside, and had a strong ride on the windy and narrow roads in the picturesque Gorges de l'Ardeche. The Dutchman now lies second in the overall standings, but has dropped to being 1:47 behind Froome, who is looking increasingly likely to win the Tour de France ...
  • Corbyn backer switches allegiance to challenger Owen Smith

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    The NEC vote went 18-14 in the Labour leader's favor following hours of talks. A defiant Jeremy Corbyn said Labour MPs will understand they have to come together after it was agreed to automatically include him on the ballot in the party's leadership contest.
  • Developer of Nintendo's Pokemon GO aiming for rollout to 200 markets soon

    Developer of Nintendo's Pokemon GO aiming for rollout to 200 markets soon

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    If Nintendo continues to release good Pokemon games on mobiles, it may be that the people will buy Nintendo handhelds and consoles and ultimately it could benefit Nintendo's entire business. "We do not have any announced plans for countries beyond New Zealand, Australia, US and Germany at the moment", wrote Chris Kramer, vice president of fortyseven communications, representing the game developer, in an email to IGN SEA on Friday.
  • French nationals in San Francisco stunned by attack in Nice

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    Although Molins said the man was "entirely unknown by intelligence services" and had no file of radicalization, Bouhlel was sentenced in March to a six-month suspended prison sentence for use of a weapon. The truck's front windshield was riddled with bullets. "I don't think people had any time to jump out of the way". The witness said the driver mowed people down, accelerating as he hit them.
  • Britain's Corbyn to be on ballot for Labour leadership vote

    Britain's Corbyn to be on ballot for Labour leadership vote

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    He was due to say: "This is a moment of deep peril for Labour , if we carry on as we are the party I love will end up in a disastrous spilt". In particular, supporters of Smith think that he is better placed than Angela Eagle to win a leadership contest because he was not in parliament for the Iraq war and has pitched himself on the soft left of the party.
  • Congress expected to leave town with no action on guns, Zika

    Congress expected to leave town with no action on guns, Zika

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    Your current subscription does not provide access to this content. Please click the button below to manage your account. Thank you for reading and relying on TulsaWorld.com for your news and information. McConnell, however, dismissed the offer, refusing to disavow the House GOP position on denying new money to Planned Parenthood and saying it is too late and too cumbersome to try to advance a new compromise measure in the days remaining before the recess.
  • FM's talks in Israel tackled peace, terrorism - Egypt Foreign Ministry

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    Shoukry may also discuss another "regional issue of mutual concern". The initiative gave full recognition of Israel, only if it gave up the land seized in the Middle East war of 1967 and agreed to a solution for Palestinian refugees. The two countries share intelligence in a common fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) operating in Egypt's Sinai desert.
  • Australia PM humbled as election vote count drags on

    Australia PM humbled as election vote count drags on

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    But the center-left Labor Party opposition has not conceded that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will form a government. Three independents had pledged to support the coalition to form a government by a two-seat majority in 150-member parliament, it said.
  • Egyptian FM meets Netanyahu in rare Israel visit

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    Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry was to hold "lengthy talks" with Netanyahu on reviving the peace process with the Palestinians, an Egyptian foreign ministry statement said. "The situation of the Middle East is becoming ever more volatile and risky, particularly as the phenomenon of terrorism continues to grow and proliferate, representing an existential threat to the peoples of the region and the world at large", Shoukry said.
  • France count on lucky No. 7 to stop Ronaldo

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    In the last 16 they were truly very bad, but were lucky to come up against a Croatia side that also had a collective off-night, while they then needed penalties to see off Poland in the last eight. It may have taken Antoine Griezmann a little bit of time to get into his stride, but the 25-year-old is one more big performance off ensuring he's remembered as the little prince of Euro 2016.