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But there has been no evidence yet linking him to the IS, which on Saturday claimed the attack . French police made more arrests on Sunday. Lahouaiej-Bouhlel fired at police who sprayed his rampaging truck with gunfire, eventually killing him.
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    Investigators also revealed on Sunday that Bouhlel had been driving around the city in the truck he had rented two days prior to the massacre, allegedly looking for the most effective place to carry out his attack. "We will not let them change us". Cazeneuve said 59 people are still hospitalized after the attack Thursday, 29 of them in intensive care, out of 308 people injured overall.
  • Fox News Ends Contributor Agreement With Newt Gingrich

    Fox News Ends Contributor Agreement With Newt Gingrich

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    Fox News has ended its contributor agreement with former Newt Gingrich , a move that add fuel to talk that the former Speaker of the House will be Donald Trump's running mate. O'Reilly opened a segment featuring Gingrich by noting, "Trump says he has narrowed his VP choice down to five individuals...." Trump is expected to name a running mate later this week.
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    Theresa May has become Britain's new prime minister Wednesday after meeting with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace . Noting the "enormity of the assignment", Prime Minister Andrew Holness, said in a letter to May that her appointment as leader of the Conservative Party and prime minister "is a testament to the high level of competence and commitment she has displayed throughout her years of service to the United Kingdom".
  • Jeremy Corbyn calls for Labour NEC to reverse member voting rules

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    But they accept that even their party's rather embarrassing failure to get anywhere close to the Tories in terms of female leaders is a second order problem compared to getting rid of Jeremy Corbyn. I am so proud to be launching my campaign to be Labour leader and the next Labour Prime Minister in my home town of Pontypridd. Mr Callaghan stressed he could not support the "incompetent" Mr Corbyn as Labour's leader because he does not believe he is capable of becoming prime minister.
  • David Cameron leaves Downing Street for last time as UK PM

    David Cameron leaves Downing Street for last time as UK PM

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    Cameron had put the referendum on the table in an effort to remain as prime minister a year ago. 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 .
  • Trump introduces Mike Pence as running mate with low-key announcement

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    A few hundred people gathered Saturday afternoon to welcome Gov. Mike Pence back to IN for the first time since he was formally named Donald Trump's running mate . She led Barack Obama because I don't think he knew anything; I think he relied on her. The two did not walk out together, appearing at each other's side only after Trump delivered a rambling 28-minute address that included a plug for his new hotel in Washington.
  • Lake resident diagnosed with Zika virus

    Lake resident diagnosed with Zika virus

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    Dallas County officials said last month that 10 pregnant women have preliminary tested positive for Zika, however it's possible the women could have been infected with dengue fever or chikungunya instead. Two cases of Zika have been confirmed in Shelby County - both involving residents who were infected while traveling to countries most affected by the outbreak.
  • Mortar Attacks by Takfiri Militants Kill over 25 in Syria's Aleppo

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    At least 25 people were killed, including six children, in government-held parts of the northern city and more than 120 were injured when dozens of rebel-fired rockets fell on the area on Friday, the Observatory said. The Britain-based monitor said there were also deaths among government troops, but had no immediate toll. On Wednesday, the Syrian regime's armed forces had declared a 72-hour ceasefire to be applied across all Syrian territory.
  • US Senate passes GMO bill pre-empting Vt. law

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    President Barack Obama. The White House has indicated Obama will likely sign the legislation. Sens. Bernie Sanders and Patrick Leahy and Rep. Peter Welch argued that the measure falls short, especially compared with the tougher labeling requirements in their state.
  • Labour MPs split over Trident renewal vote

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    Defence Secretary Michael Fallon today warned that abandoning Britain's nuclear deterrent was a "gamble we simply can't afford to take". But Trident is particularly divisive for the Labour party and it's worth taking a look back at Labour's manifesto from past year to see why.
  • Chinese, US foreign ministers discuss maritime issues over phone

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    China hopes the United States "speaks and acts cautiously, and take no actions that harm China's sovereignty and security interests", the statement paraphrased Wang as saying. Kerry said the USA understands China has its own stance on arbitration. "Australia gains as much if not more than most countries out of the rule of law", Dr Graham said.
  • Turkey Ramps Up Crackdown after Failed Coup Attempt, Detains Thousands

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    Photojournalist Mustafa Cambaz also died following calls by Erdogan for supporters to oppose the coup attempt , killed by gunfire in the streets of Istanbul . NTV television said that 34 generals of various grades had been detained so far. Among the latest arrests to be reported was the commander of Incirlik air base in the south used by US-led coalition jets for raids against the so-called Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
  • Kashmir unrest it s battle between separatists and country says government

    Kashmir unrest it s battle between separatists and country says government

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    It is the responsibility of the police on the ground to determine the kind of force that needs to be used to quell mob violence, Jaitley said while blaming Pakistan for promoting violence in the state. "Kashmiris are our own people and they are being misguided", the minister added. Reminding that militants were always killed in the state, he said it was a matter of concern that the "present environment" did not exist even during the 1990s and added that youngsters have been killed in all the ...
  • Australian PM Turnbull's Coalition Set to Win Federal Election

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    Counting of votes in the marathon election continues, but Bill Shorten, the leader of the Labor Party, said the ruling coalition government headed by Turnbull would gain enough seats to hold on to power. "We're a grown-up democracy, it shouldn't take eight days to find out who's won", he said. Labor leader Bill Shorten pledged earlier yesterday in his concession speech that his centre- left party wanted to work well with the government.
  • Britain's new PM Theresa May forms cabinet

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    Britain's second woman prime minister after Margaret Thatcher, May swept to power in the wake of last month's referendum. "Following the referendum [to leave the EU], we face a great national challenge ". As home secretary, the 59-year-old May has been in charge of immigration and law and order for the past six years. May had personally campaigned to stay in the European Union but confirmed that "Brexit means Brexit" by appointing two arch eurosceptics to her cabinet.
  • Draymond Green court hearing to be held before Olympics

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    Green is scheduled for arraignment July 20, and is facing a maximum of 93 days in jail and a $500 fine. In a police report obtained by The Associated Press , Edmondson said the Sunday morning incident was his second confrontation with Green in as many nights.
  • May becomes Britain's PM, makes Johnson foreign minister

    May becomes Britain's PM, makes Johnson foreign minister

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    So if she were to depart from the Cameron approach and start reviving 1970s ideas about having workers sit in company boards, who in her Cabinet would protest? Fox will be in charge of forging new global trade deals after Britain voted to leave the European Union .
  • Officers killed in Baton Rouge

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    Over the weekend, thousands of people took to the streets in Baton Rouge to condemn Sterling's death, including hundreds of demonstrators who congregated outside the police station. Three police officers were shot to death and at least three others wounded in Baton Rouge, Louisiana late yesterday as the United States remains on edge about police and community relations.
  • Pak declares Wani as 'martyr'; to observe July 19 as black day

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    Most popular Hizb commander, Burhan Muzaffar Wani along with his two associates were killed in an encounter that raged between forces and militants in Kokernag area of south Kashmir's Anantnag district on Friday. While chairing the meeting, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that Pakistan would continue to extend diplomatic, political and moral support to Kashmiris in their struggle for the right of self-determination.
  • Paul Ryan: Trump Needs to 'Clean Up' His Tweets

    Paul Ryan: Trump Needs to 'Clean Up' His Tweets

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    According to the campaign, it received $26 million from fundraising emails and efforts. That brings his personal campaign spending to around $50 million. However, the fundraising haul comes as the Federal Election Commission (FEC) confirmed to the Guardian that Trump had yet to follow up on his late June promise to convert over $45m in loans to his campaign to donations.
  • Pakistan to observe 'Black Day' in solidarity with J&K

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    Hospitals in the main city of Srinagar have struggled to cope with the rush of wounded, hundreds of them with severe injuries in their eyes. About 4,000 people gathered in Muzaffarabad, some carrying photos of slain rebel leader Burhan Wani, whose killing last week sparked unrest that killed 32 people - the deadliest clashes in Kashmir since 2010 when massive demonstrations were held against Indian rule.
  • Multiple police officers shot in Baton Rouge

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    In Kansas City, police converged on a house that was listed for a Gavin Long . Those words seemed prescient Sunday, when the President arrived in the briefing room for a rare weekend appearance. Last month, Jackson had his 10th anniversary with the Baton Rouge Police Department, according to online city records. "It's rough, I'll be honest", said Charles Cavalier, an uncle of Officer Montrell Jackson.
  • Trump introduces Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as 'my partner in this campaign'

    Trump introduces Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as 'my partner in this campaign'

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    Republicans begin their nominating convention in Cleveland tomorrow and will conclude Thursday with the expected nomination of Trump and Governor Mike Pence of in as the vice presidential running mate. Comey's recent harsh criticism of her over her "extremely careless" handling of classified material while serving as secretary of state . Clinton also had the support of voters between the ages of 18 and 29 by 55% to 32%, and women by 52% to 37%.
  • Organizers prep for Black Lives Matter Rally

    Organizers prep for Black Lives Matter Rally

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    Just ask white former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who justly killed black thug Michael Brown after Brown had robbed a convenience store and was attempting to wrestle officer Wilson's gun away from him. "Before I was an officer, I heard stories passed down from older generations about police abusing their power". At one point a shirtless man who appeared intoxicated began a shouting match with the group, screaming, " all lives matter " to returning cries of "black lives matter".
  • Manafort Confirms Christie Was 'Livid' He Wasn't Picked To Be Trump's VP

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    That T was doing something to the P. At least " Trump Pence" has a nice ring to it. Their names were stacked below on top of Trump's slogan, "Make America Great Again". His presumptive Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton's blue "H" with a penetrating red arrow reportedly invoked a great deal of negative commentary, according to Wired .
  • Pence ticket set as GOP prepares to gather in Cleveland

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    Mike Pence as his running mate Saturday, calling him the key to unifying the Republican Party after a tumultuous primary season. Yet the usual trappings of a presumptive nominee's most significant announcement were missing in the Manhattan hotel ballroom where a few hundred supporters gathered Saturday morning.
  • Turkey coup attempt: Govt rounds up thousands of soldiers and judges

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    He also thanked Parliament Speaker Ismail Kahraman and members of parliament for their "honorable stance" against the failed coup. Lavrov made the statement early Saturday at a news conference with U.S. A prolonged closure of Incirlik's airspace could force the United States to divert aircraft based in the Persian Gulf to the Manbij and Raqqa offensives, constraining the air power available to support Iraqi and US forces involved in operations against Islamic State.