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Kerry said the US was watching those developments with caution but reiterated Washington's support for the elected government. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is calling o. "There will be no curfews. There will be no restriction of movement other than for the suspects", Simsek said. The Turkish government blames the coup on the Gülen movement which it says has infiltrated Turkey's military and civilian infrastructure.
  • ISIS claims second German attack in a week

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    But on Monday authorities said a 16-year-old friend of the Munich shooter may have known of the attack in advance. Also on June 25, a 21-year-old Syrian refugee attacked and killed a pregnant woman and wounded two people with a machete in the southwestern city of Reutlingen, near Stuttgart.
  • UK's Hammond: Brexit path might be clearer later this year

    UK's Hammond: Brexit path might be clearer later this year

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    Hammond said a "new framework" for Britain's budget would be released in the autumn to "give clarity to investors", without giving details. "The downturn, whether manifesting itself in order-book cancellations, a lack of new orders or the postponement or halting of projects, was most commonly attributed in one way or another to Brexit".
  • Tyler officers attend funerals for Dallas brothers in blue

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    Almost a week after five officers were killed in the Dallas shooting, memorial services for three of them drew thousands of mourners Wednesday. He will be remembered during a service at 11 a.m.at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano. Smith had won the Dallas Police Association's "Cop's Cop" award. During an interfaith memorial service on Tuesday for the victims of the shootings in Dallas , President Barack Obama called on Americans to support racial equity and justice.
  • International Olympic Committee explores legal options on banning all Russians from Rio

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    Makhov concluded that Russia's involvement in the 2016 Olympic Games (over 400 athletes) ensures that those who medal in the tournaments have beaten the best opposition available on an worldwide scale. WADA said the McLaren probe uncovered proof "beyond reasonable doubt" and recommended the International Olympic Committee bar all Russian athletes as well as officials from taking part in Rio .
  • Corbyn opponents trying to destroy Labour Party, John McDonnell claims

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    John McDonnell has warned Labour MPs, members and supporters the party is in danger of destroying itself - even as he apologised over a member of his staff entering the office of a former shadow cabinet member without her permission. Supporters of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during the public launch of his campaign to retain the party leadership in Manchester. . He said: "Let me just say this to Labour Party supporters, Labour Party members, members of the Parliamentary Labour Party - we've ...
  • Brexit triggers fastest economy slump since recession, says PMI

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    The figures are on a 100-point scale, with the 50 threshold separating growth from contraction. The UK economy has suffered a "dramatic deterioration" according to the first snapshot of business activity since the vote to leave the EU. But Archer says it is worrying that the combined new orders index seeing the sharpest monthly drop since the surveys began. Ruth Gregory, UK economist at Capital Economics, said it bolstered the case for a cut in interest rates in August.
  • Mourinho can not wait for Man Utd tour of China to be over

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    Maybe, with these conditions, it's a double friendly". "The pitch is very bad", he said on Sunday. The most important thing is that the players are not going to be injured. "We established the profile of four players to improve the squad, to give us more options, especially adapted to my way of thinking about football".
  • Read what Mourinho said about Guardiola as both Manchester team meets

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    But Mourinho's pre-match press conference was moved at the last minute when the club decided the manager could not hold it in the allotted room as it was "too hot and too full". Yesterday's training session was switched hastily to the smaller Olympic Sports Centre to preserve the famous Bird's Nest stadium's pitch for the first Manchester derby outside of the United Kingdom, following days of storms in Beijing that have left the ground saturated.
  • Black Lives Matter supporters hold protest in Elkton

    Black Lives Matter supporters hold protest in Elkton

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    Those chants came during a protest organized by Millions March NYC demonstrating against police brutality and the group formally disavowed them. Capt. "Whether you're white, whether you're black, doesn't matter", he says. "Everything is going to be okay as long as we continue to work together and push together, we are going to give respect to the ones that lost their lives for no reason", he said.
  • DNC Chair will resign following leaked email scandal

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    The announcement comes amid growing pressure for the Florida congresswoman to step down after email leaks suggested committee officials favored Hillary Clinton during the party's primary. A source told CNN that Schultz spoke to both President Barack Obama and the presumptive Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton before announcing her resignation.
  • Turkey detains senior Gulen aide after coup attempt

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    Turkish lawmakers approved a three-month state of emergency that allows the government to extend detention times and issue decrees without parliamentary approval. Police also detained Kerime Kurmas - reportedly Turkey's only female fighter pilot - accusing her of being one of the rebel air force officers who flew thundering F-16 jets low over the roofs of Istanbul on the coup night.
  • Clinton campaign blames Russian Federation for leaked DNC emails

    Clinton campaign blames Russian Federation for leaked DNC emails

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    Kaine told reporters outside the church: "We needed some prayers today and we got some prayers, and we got some support and it really feels good". Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal. "Yeah, they are. He's more conservative than I am". The democratic ticket is set and Saturday Hillary Clinton and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine made their first joint appearance before a fired up crowd in Miami.
  • Heat Advisory issued for area today, Saturday

    Heat Advisory issued for area today, Saturday

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    The heat dome will dissipate by the end of the weekend. Meteorologists said a combination of heat and humidity would make it feel like it was more than 100 degrees at times through the Mid-Ohio Valley and West Virginia's lowlands. Last July there were seven days at 90 degrees or above. Visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more on the dangers of extreme heat .
  • Juno Spacecraft Sends First Image From Orbit Around Jupiter

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    It also shows the famous Great Red Spot, and three of the massive planet's four largest moons - Io, Europa and Ganymede, from left to right in the image . Scientists were surprised to see Jupiter's second-largest moon, Callisto, appearing dimmer than expected. The photograph was captured by the aptly-named "JunoCam", which is a visible-light camera on board the probe.
  • Hilary Clinton And Tim Kaine Debut As Democratic Ticket In Florida

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    Tim Kaine is everything Donald Trump and Mike Pence are not", Clinton said , speaking to the gathered crowd. Hillary Clinton debuted running mate Sen. Tick Segerblom had backed Bernie Sanders but was enthusiastic about the news announced via text message on Friday. Here's what Sanders tells ABC's "This Week": "I'm not shocked, but I am disappointed".
  • Syrian migrant killed by own bomb at German bar

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    Mr Herrmann said the man was known to have attempted suicide twice and had spent time in a psychiatric clinic. "The explosion was set off deliberately", said Michael Siefener, a spokesman for the regional interior ministry, adding that authorities were trying to establish the exact cause.
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    Bomb experts were also sent to determine the cause of the blast. The police are now investigating a close friend of the suspect belonging to Afghan origin, who is believed to have known about the attacks beforehand. He said he could not exclude the possibility of an Islamist-inspired attack, noting the man's backpack was filled with explosives and metal parts that would have been sufficient to kill more people.
  • Malaysian foreign minister misses ASEAN meetings

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    China publicly thanked Cambodia for supporting its stance on maritime disputes, a position which threw the regional block's weekend meeting in the Laos capital of Vientiane into disarray. "It seems like certain countries from outside the region have got all worked up keeping the fever high", Wang told reporters. It has criticised China's building of artificial islands and facilities in the sea and has sailed warships close to the disputed territory to assert freedom of navigation rights.
  • Hillary Clinton Introduces Tim Kaine as Running Mate

    Hillary Clinton Introduces Tim Kaine as Running Mate

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    The former secretary of state will formally be nominated as her party's presidential candidate in the November 8 election at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, which opens on Monday. Kaine is a senator and former governor from Virginia, a crucial swing state, with a reputation as a pragmatic consensus builder. And he may also help bring in more white male voters.
  • Afghanistan mourns victims of devastating Kabul attack

    Afghanistan mourns victims of devastating Kabul attack

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    The third bomber was actually killed by the police who shot him. Officials have confirmed to TOLOnews that at least three suicide bombers were present at the rally. According to a senior Western diplomat, the aim of the Afghan forces' more aggressive stance is to convince the Taliban they can not win but should instead join a reconciliation process, beginning with direct contact with the Afghan government, possibly as early as fall.
  • Delegates enthused by Donald Trump's speech but not everyone is happy

    Delegates enthused by Donald Trump's speech but not everyone is happy

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    Speaking of a "crisis" in the country, following the recent police shootings and attacks, Mr Trump said: "The crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end". But she's likely to regain that ground quickly and begin the post-conventions phase of the presidential campaign with a small lead, leaving the race about where it was before Republicans convened in Cleveland .
  • Taylor Swift May Still File Police Report Against Kanye West

    Taylor Swift May Still File Police Report Against Kanye West

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    It's obviously very tongue-in-cheek either way. During the call, West promised to send her an advance copy of the song but he didn't. Taylor responded and there have been even more counter-responses since and if you want to catch up on exactly what went down you can do so here.
  • France Expected to Extend State of Emergency Rule

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    Cazeneuve said 59 people were still hospitalized after Thursday's attack, 29 of them in intensive care, out of 308 people injured overall. Their comments came after French newspaper Liberation said Mr Cazeneuve lied about the whereabouts of the national police officers and cars, and accused authorities of lacking transparency.
  • 1 dead after explosion in German city; police investigating

    1 dead after explosion in German city; police investigating

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    A sudden explosion in southern German city of Ansbach on late Sunday night killed one and injured several others, German media reported. The man entered Germany two years ago and had attempted to commit suicide twice before, he said. Police in the Middle Franconia region of Bavaria said the explosion was reported about 10 p.m. (4 p.m. ET) in a popular restaurant district downtown.
  • Turkish PM announces presidential guard regiment disbanded

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    The Turkish presidential guard consisted of 2,500 soldiers, 283 of them were detained after the uprising on July 16. Education Minister Ismet Yilmaz said late Saturday that the new teachers will replace state educators who have been dismissed as well as teachers in private schools with alleged links to Fethullah Gulen , a USA -based cleric accused by Turkey of directing a July 15 coup attempt.
  • Turkey to disband elite presidential guard unit

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    The Turkish treasury and a state agency that regulates foundations have taken over more than 1,200 foundations and associations, about 1,000 private educational institutions and student dormitories, 35 health care institutions, 19 labor groups and 15 universities, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported Saturday.
  • This Bollywood Superstar To Play Rajinikanth's Role In Kabali Hindi Remake?

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    After a record-breaking opening day with the gross collection of around 87 crores worldwide, Rajinikanth and Radhika Apte starrer Kabali remained strong on Saturday. The total Box Office collection of Kabali in two days will be around 80 crores. The film did not open to rave reviews on Friday, however, that didn't dampen the spirit of Rajinikanth's fans to celebrate the release of their cinema icon's latest movie.
  • North Miami Officer Who Shot Man Identified

    North Miami Officer Who Shot Man Identified

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    Napoleon said officers handcuffed Kinsey and left him lying in the street on his stomach for 20 minutes without rendering first aid. Supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement and many others were outraged that Kinsey was shot even though he was complying with the officer's demands.