• 85 still hospitalized after Nice truck attack

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    Neighbours told The Associated Press that the attacker's estranged wife was among them. Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, drove a 19-ton truck nearly more than a mile through revelers on Promenade des Anglais to watch the Bastille Day fireworks on the Mediterranean city's waterfront Thursday.
  • Arlington National Cemetery wants people to stop playing on its hallowed ground

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    Holocaust museum's exhibit on World War II gas chamber victims. On Tuesday, the Holocaust memorial site tweeted that it will not allow visitors to play the new smartphone game because it is "disrespectful on many levels". The cemetery posted this message on Twitter: "We do not consider playing Pokemon Go to be appropriate decorum on the grounds of ANC". Game developers Niantic Labs have not yet said whether they will respond to requests to remove Pokemon from sensitive and ...
  • Baton Rouge gunman 'targeted and assassinated' police officers

    Baton Rouge gunman 'targeted and assassinated' police officers

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    A Missouri man shot and killed three Baton Rouge law officers Sunday, at a moment when the nation is still reeling from the Dallas sniper ambush that claimed the lives of five officers. Have Baton Rouge police been targeted before? Edmonson also confirmed that investigators have interviewed people with whom the shooter had contact in Baton Rouge .
  • Turkey's education ministry reportedly fires 15200 for ties to failed coup

    Turkey's education ministry reportedly fires 15200 for ties to failed coup

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    Sir Alan, who was standing in for Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, told MPs: "When I am in Ankara tomorrow I will not be mealy-mouthed in saying what we think needs to happen, and human rights, not reintroducing the death penalty, and the proper due process of law, will of course from a very large part of what we would urge upon the Government of Turkey".
  • Hillary Clinton meets with Philando Castile's family in Minnesota

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    As nominee-in-waiting Donald Trump arrived in Cleveland , his supporters took to the stage to prosecute the case against Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, and convince Americans that Trump has the strength and judgment to be a credible commander-in-chief in the face of terrorist attacks on the homeland and around the world.
  • Black Lives Matter rally takes place in Derby city centre

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    Stanton encouraged people interested in improving policing to consider becoming an officer. The rally "had no affiliation with Black Lives Matter". Whilst in no way suggesting that some lives are worth more than others, when positioned in their larger contexts, it is important to recognise that the murders of Sterling and Castile, and the murders of the five police officers are characteristically different.
  • German train axe attacker named by ISIS propaganda wing al-Amaq

    German train axe attacker named by ISIS propaganda wing al-Amaq

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    Following an axe attack by an Afghan refugee on a commuter train in Wurzburg, Germany, the Islamic State has published a video of the attacker, Muhammad Riyad, talking on its Amaq News channel. According to the statement issued in a bulletin in Arabic and English, which came hours after the 17-year-old Afghan asylum seeker attacked passengers on a train near Wuerzburg-Heidingsfeld on Monday night, the attacker was "a member of the Islamic State" group and had carried out the attack in ...
  • Consume Poison, 2 Dead as Dalit Protests Rock Gujarat

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    They dumped cow carcasses in government offices on Tuesday, asking 'Gau Rakshak' groups to dispose of the dead cows- a job Dalits were burdened with. In seven other separate incidents, Dalit youths-Rajesh Parmar, Ramesh Pardhi, Jagdish Rathod, Bharat Solanki and Anil Maghad in Gondal town and Kishor Solanki and Amrit Parmar in Jamkandorna tried to end their lives by drinking poison.
  • Britain's May tells ministers to work for Brexit success

    Britain's May tells ministers to work for Brexit success

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    Mrs May also met with Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies during the visit, who called her "a fantastic advocate and champion for our country". Ahead of the meeting, Mrs May said: "Brexit means Brexit - and we're going to make a success of it". "We also discussed Tata and the United Kingdom and the Welsh government have put a strong package together".
  • Brother of Slain 'Kim Kardashian of Pakistan' Arrested For 'Honor Killing'

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    The 26-year-old Qandeel Baloch was killed at her home in central district of Multan . Baloch shot to fame in 2014 through her self-promotion and suggestive "selfies" posted on social media. More than 500 people - nearly all women - die in Pakistan each year in such killings, usually carried out by members of the victim's family meting out punishment for bringing "shame" on the community.
  • Samsung may have been excluded as a supplier of Apple chips

    Samsung may have been excluded as a supplier of Apple chips

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    The Taiwanese company is also the sole supplier of A10 chips to be used in the iPhone 7. Samsung is expected to manufacture 10nm-based Snapdragon 830 chips for Qualcomm so it will make money away from the iOS system, but we doubt it will be happy with Apple.
  • Curfew imposed in Kashmir Valley ahead of Friday prayers

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    Violent protests have rocked Kashmir since July 9 following killing of Burhan Wani and two of his associated in an encounter with security forces a day earlier in Kokernag area of Anantnag district. Pakistan or any other external party has no standing on Kashmir, he said in a statement. Insisting that Pakistan had no locus standi in what was essentially a domestic issue, the MEA spokesperson said, "Continued glorification of terrorists belonging to proscribed terrorist organisations makes ...
  • Theresa May becomes United Kingdoms second woman Prime Minister

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    Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May (L) and her husband Philip John wave outside 10 Downing Street on Wednesday. Cameron stepped down after Britons rejected his entreaties to stay in the EU, a decision that has set back European efforts to forge greater unity and created huge uncertainty in Britain and across the 28-nation bloc.
  • Theresa May becomes Britain's new leader

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    Though notably the tone and tenor of her language was Centrist and conciliatory, but while making the first set of Cabinet appointments she has indicated a shift to the Right, with Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary and veteran Right-wing politicians like David Davis and Liam Fox surprisingly back to the new Government as secretary for handling Brexit and worldwide trade respectively.
  • Gunman a decorated ex-US Marine

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    It has never been successful and it never will". Here's what we know about Long's background and the views and opinions he espoused under the Setepenra pseudonym. On that site he's identified as a "Buddy" representing other "targets" of government surveillance. "Yeah, I was also a Nation of Islam member, I'm not affiliated with it...." Online posts by a man using an alias of Long's said people must fight back after the deaths of black men at the hands of police.
  • UC Berkeley Student Identified as Victim in Nice, France Attack

    UC Berkeley Student Identified as Victim in Nice, France Attack

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    He had been unaccounted for since the attack, and his death was relayed to campus officials by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which was notified by its French officials earlier Sunday, the university said in a statement . Friends have taken to social media to find him. Bouhlel was shot dead at the scene of the attack. Identifying all of the victims has been a slow, painstaking process.
  • PCI seeks report on government 'clampdown' on media in Kashmir

    PCI seeks report on government 'clampdown' on media in Kashmir

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    The protests, marked by clashes between rock-throwing Kashmiris and troops firing live ammunition, pellet guns and tear gas, persisted despite a strict curfew in place for the eleventh straight day Tuesday. Separatist leaders on Friday evening called for a 72 hour strike and protests against the killings of civilians. The government has also banned publication and distribution of newspapers in the valley.
  • Bangladesh Attackers Described as 'Rich and Educated'

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    To the embarrassment of the Indian media, which should now apologise for playing such a risky game, Pakistan was supported by Adviser to the Prime Minster of Bangladesh Professor Gowher Rizvi, who completely refuted the Indian media story attributed to him about Pakistan's involvement in the attack.
  • Pokemon Go officially launches in Canada, with a hitch

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    Apart from all of the interesting things that you have already done with Pokemon GO, it has already opened up a sphere of business that no one would have imagined. All the fun in the game does not have to be contained on the small screen of a watch. It can also lead to a permanent account termination. RiskIQ, a firm that tracks mobile malware, has detected dozens of these questionable apps.
  • Blue lives make OUR lives matter

    Blue lives make OUR lives matter

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    She told reporters before the march that "we are all human", and the message of Black Lives Matter is one that can and should be appreciated by all races. The focus comes a few days after a black Army veteran killed five police officers in revenge for police shooting black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and the Minneapolis suburbs.
  • Newspapers fail to hit stands for third day

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    Local newspapers failed to hit the stands for the second consecutive day today in curfew-bound Kashmir after the government's clampdown on the media. There have been sporadic stone-pelting incidents at places but the intensity of this pastime which had overwhelmed the entire valley following the killing of Burhan Muzaffar Wani, the new-age poster boy of militancy in Kashmir on July 8, has plummeted greatly and yet the anger remains at its height.
  • 'Racist redhead redneck': Pauline Hanson fields attack from Aboriginal leader

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    Senator Dastyari continued: "By being born in an Islamic nation and under Iranian law, under Islamic law and in places like Iran and my parents fled to be able to come to this country". 'You are creating a dysfunctional country by isolating a religion, 20 years ago isolating a race, and if you keep on going down this track I will fear for my wife's life, I will fear for my kid's life, ' Mr Elomar said.
  • Ashfield councillors back Corbyn for leader

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    At a hustings in Parliament Ms Eagle dodged calls by MPs to stand aside if she fails to secure the most nominations - something Mr Smith has promised to do. "So he left Labour sidelined in the debate. We are not thought of as being a credible government and that is a dereliction of duty on his behalf because we have to be about winning power in order to put our principles and values into practices".
  • Pokemon Go Servers Hacked by OurMine

    Pokemon Go Servers Hacked by OurMine

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    In a recent report, IGN released a statement from the game developers themselves, which talked about the possible release of "Pokemon Go" in other countries. Click on the link below to know how to install Pokemon Go on iPhone and Android . In another statement posted after the attack began, the group once again urged the " Pokemon Go " staff to contact the collective to resolve the issue.
  • Pokemon Go Servers Crash; Hacker Group Claims Responsibility

    Pokemon Go Servers Crash; Hacker Group Claims Responsibility

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    OurMine also said that it would not stop until the Pokemon Go representatives contact them. This indicates that the game is loading; wait until that white ball disappears and then force close the app. Though, so far there are not much details available as to which parts of the world were most affected by the attacks according to The Independent , Pokemon Go players in the U.S.
  • Cong leaders meet to chalk out strategy for Monsoon session

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    Originally introduced in December 2014, a new draft of the bill was released last month and the GST issue is back on the top of the Indian political agenda ahead of the opening of the Monsoon parliamentary session on Monday. "Cooperation between the government and Opposition can't be restricted to one bill and one issue". The apex court refused to stay the ordinance's operation since 50 per cent of the states had already conducted their own entrance examinations for admissions to their ...
  • Trump Seeks Unity as Convention Begins

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    Half of all registered voters say they have strongly unfavorable views of Trump , while 47 percent say they have strongly unfavorable views of Clinton - the highest ever in a Post-ABC poll for her. Hillary Clinton's campaign team hosted a Pokestop event in the weekend of July 16. " Trump isn't part of Washington, and we're going to be talking about he's not part of Washington", he told Fox News.
  • After the South China Sea Ruling, Patience and Calmness Are Needed

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    As such, it said there was "no legal basis" for China to claim historic rights to resources within its so-called nine-dash line demarcating its territorial claims. "China's bilateral relations with the Philippines has suffered a huge blow", Ruan said. The dispute over the South China Sea involves the Spratly and the Paracel Islands.
  • Erdogan hopes to bring back the death penalty after coup attempt

    Erdogan hopes to bring back the death penalty after coup attempt

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    He also said that investigations were still underway and detentions within security forces continue. News reports said close to 2,000 special forces police officers were deployed in Istanbul to guard key installations. The violence shocked the nation of nearly 80 million, once seen as a model Muslim democracy, where living standards have risen steadily for more than a decade and where the army last used force to stage a successful coup more than 30 years ago.