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Author: 0 I will leave no stone unturned to win a slam, says Raonic

Just how much the retired great aided his charge in the past month only Murray knows but the record will show that the usually expressionless Lendl - who rejoined Team Murray in June after a split in 2014 - has been in Murray's corner for all three of his grand slam titles.

World Media July 4th: Fireworks, good food, parades and more
Author: 0 July 4th: Fireworks, good food, parades and more

Fireworks: Sunday, July 3 , 9:15 p.m., on Singing Beach; rain date Tuesday, July 5. Admission is free, $20 to enter one vehicle. The parade starts at 6 p.m. Fourth of July weekend promises to be as busy as usual on the North Fork with plenty of activities for summer visitors. Salem will hold its Independence Day celebration at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site on Derby Wharf on Monday, July 4.

Author: 0 SD Chamber opposes Trump's trade policies

The New York tycoon lamented that the USA is prevented from waterboarding but "they [Islamic State] can do chopping off heads, drowning people in steel cages, they can do whatever they want to do". Call it fair trade, call it free trade, there's 10 different names they can give it. "The greatest danger yet is the TPP, another Hillary Clinton trade deal".

World Media UK Conservatives choosing 2 candidates for PM
Author: 0 UK Conservatives choosing 2 candidates for PM

She also won the support of Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, who had previously backed Michael Gove, and the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson. "She has the experience, she is already a member of the National Security Council, she works to protect homeland security just as I deal with threats overseas like Daesh (Islamic State) and our commitments to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and we work together".

Author: 0 Bernie Sanders to possibly endorse Hillary Clinton at campaign event next week

Even though Senator Sanders has not yet endorsed Clinton and there are still a couple weeks to go until the convention in Philadelphia, according to our data, Clinton has already brought the vast majority of Sanders voters to her side. Sanders has avoided endorsing Clinton for weeks as he focused much of his energy on shaping the platform to mirror his liberal campaign, citing his millions of supporters as motivation to keep pushing his agenda.

World Media Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight for Labor party leadership
Author: 0 Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight for Labor party leadership

Her announcement, directed against incumbent leader Jeremy Corbyn , is a move by the party's Blairite right wing, which enjoys the support of the vast majority of the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP). “I would ask her to think for a moment, ” he said. "Surely, they are the people that knock on doors, they are the people that deliver leaflets, they are the people that raise the money".

Author: 0 Bangladesh bans Zakir Naik's TV channel

The India government has made a decision to launch a probe into the speeches of Dr. Zakir Naik, the famous Islamic scholar and founder of Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation, in the wake of last week's terrorists attack on a cafe in Dhaka .

Author: 0 Landslide Victory for Japan's Ruling Bloc in Upper House Election

Abe went into the vote hoping that the coalition and a loose group of hawkish conservatives from smaller parties could grab a two-thirds majority in the upper house, which they already have in the lower chamber - thus giving him the strength to start amending the constitution.

World Media Bangladesh reels from new deadly attack
Author: 0 Bangladesh reels from new deadly attack

The site of the attack is called Sholakia Eidgah, a large field where hundreds of thousands of people gathered nearly every year since the early 19th century to pray on the occasion of Eid, according to media. "They are anti-Islam, anti-religion and anti-government". IS said it targeted the citizens of "Crusader countries" in the attack, warning that citizens of such countries would be unsafe "as long as their warplanes kill Muslims", a message similar to previous statements.

Author: 0 Corbyn 'Ready To Reach Out' To Rebels

As she called on Mr Corbyn to do the "right thing for the party and the country", Ms Eagle added: "Let's face it, the country is in a crisis and we need strong opposition". Mr Corbyn meanwhile is to be questioned by MPs later over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party after causing controversy last week when launching a report into the issue .

Author: 0 Israel demolishes the homes of two Palestinian attackers

In a surprise victory a month ago, the Palestinian residents of Beit Safafa won their court battle. but the Israeli government failed to implement the decision before now. The most recent round of violence between Palestinians and Israel , dubbed the "knife Intifada (uprising)" was triggered by unrest at the al-Aqsa Mosque, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, in Jerusalem.

Author: 0 Obama pledges US long-term commitment to Europe security

U.S. President Barack Obama has taken time to address Thursday's fatal shootings in Dallas. Obama administration officials said they believe the number of forces dedicated to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission will be a bit more than 12,000.

Author: 0 Pentagon Lifts Ban on Transgender Troops

Several senior USA officials told The Associated Press that the chiefs of the military services sought more time to fully develop and implement the complex new rules. Last July, Carter said he meant to rescind the ban, calling it outdated. Rep. Mac Thornberry (R., Texas), chair of the House Armed Services Committee, described the new policy as the latest example of the Pentagon and President Obama "prioritizing politics over policy".

Author: 0 British inquiry on Iraq slams Blair, spies over war failures

Judging the legality of the invasion was not in Chilcot's remit, but he said the process of deciding the legal basis for war was "far from satisfactory". Responding to the Chilcot report, Howard told an interview with Lateline how deeply he was involved in the key decision-making to enter the Iraq war.

World Media U.S. frees Yemeni prisoner from Guantanamo, sends him to Italy
Author: 0 U.S. frees Yemeni prisoner from Guantanamo, sends him to Italy

He is among about two dozen low-level Guantanamo prisoners expected to be released in a period stretching into the coming weeks. The US transferred Saudi-born Yemeni inmate Fayiz Ahmad Yahia Suleiman to Italy, the Pentagon announced on Sunday, as President Barack Obama seeks to close the reviled American military detention center in Cuba.

Author: 0 Five killed in assault to free Bangladesh terror attack hostages were militants

Despite the police saying IS links were being investigated, the home minister refuted the possibility that the Islamic State group directed the attack from overseas. At least 20 hostages were killed during the terror attack, which Islamic State has claimed responsibility for. Bangladesh police have said they are investigating whether the attackers had links to the Islamic State group, though the home minister insisted IS has no presence in Bangladesh and could not have guided the attack.

Author: 0 Bangladesh police may have killed hostage in cafe siege

Meanwhile, Bangladesh foreign minister A.H. Mahmood Ali briefed foreign diplomats stationed in Dhaka highlighting the current situation and steps taken by the government so far after the Friday's attack. Saifaul Islam, another investigator, said police were holding two people suspected of involvement in the assault, including one detained soon after the attack.

Author: 0 Abdul Sattar Edhi Laid to Rest in Karachi

Malala, who received the peace prize in 2014, maintained that one must remember that even the coveted Nobel Prize cannot be a befitting tribute to Edhi's services for humanity. He dedicated his entire life for the welfare of the downtrodden. "The death of Edhi sahab has given vision to two most deserving persons, and this is how he had wished his legacy to continue after death", the statement read.

Author: 0 Maharashtra govt probing Zakir Naik's alleged `hate speeches'

Internet also describes him as a Founder of Peace TV , Peace TV Bangla and Peace TV Urdu. Mumbai-based Islamic preacher Zakir Naik's speeches had reportedly inspired Dhaka killer Rohan Imtiaz and leader of the Daesh group Ibrahim Yazdani which was busted by National Intelligence Agency in Hyderabad.

Author: 0 Kidney transplant recipient wants Rio trip despite Zika

Track and Field Trials. Bernard Lagat rolled back the years to secure a remarkable fifth Olympic Games appearance on Saturday, sealing his ticket to Rio at the age of 41 with a rousing win in the 5,000m at the U.S. Whenever I come here, I do not want to disappoint. ARIES MERRITT, US hurdler, on missing out on qualifying for the Rio Olympics after coming back to competition following a kidney transplant in September.

Author: 0 Andy Murray has won his second Wimbledon title

While the world number one's shock third-round departure from Wimbledon elevated Murray to title favourite, he also knew that one false move on Sunday could leave him with the dubious distinction of becoming the first man in the professional era to lose the finals of the season's first three grand slams.

Author: 0 European Union slams Israeli settlement expansion

The report from the diplomatic Quartet - the US, European Union, UN and Russian Federation - also called on Palestinians to halt attacks and incitement to violence. A day after Thursday's attack, 48-year-old Israeli Michael Mark was killed after his vehicle was sacked on by a suspected Palestinian gunman south of Hebron.

World Media Bye Bye Smriti Irani, Says Kanhaiya Kumar
Author: 0 Bye Bye Smriti Irani, Says Kanhaiya Kumar

Javadekar said if children are encouraged to be inquisitive, innovation would follow as the status quo would be challenged and there would be transformation. "And I will try to deliver on all the responsibilities handed over to me by Modiji of the HRD". She even had spats with senior BJP ministers including JP Nadda, Venkaiah Naidu and even Arun Jaitley, the report noted.

World Media Trump spends weekend meeting with possible VPs
Author: 0 Trump spends weekend meeting with possible VPs

Pence says they played a round of golf, spent personal time together and talked about Trump's plans for the future of the nation if elected President of the United States. What's more, back when Pence was in Washington, he tended to position himself as an outsider firebrand rather than an establishment figure, so he might be atmospherically appropriate to Trump.

World Media South Sudan fighting between army factions persists
Author: 0 South Sudan fighting between army factions persists

But tensions eventually emerged between the country's top leaders, President Salva Kiir and his vice president, Riek Machar, and supporters of each. Local broadcaster Radio Tamazuj put the number of total deaths at 146. In a series of tweets, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday said, " South Sudan - I am aware of the developments in South Sudan ".

Author: 0 Cops mistake Muslim businessman for terrorist

OH police have apologised after a man was wrestled to the ground and wrongly held as an ISIS suspect. "Someone dressed like that and holding a phone is not enough to call and say they are pledging their allegiance to ISIS ", Fischbach told Silva.

Author: 0 Bangladesh bans Zakir Naik's Peace TV

A Bangladesh cabinet committee chose to ban Peace TV from the country, information minister Hasanul Haq Inu told journalists on Sunday. On July 1, two of the seven young militants, who struck at an upscale cafe in Dhaka's diplomatic Gulshan enclave, were reportedly inspired by the Salafi tele-evangelist's speeches.

Author: 0 Obama's first presidential stop in Spain becomes hurried

Obama originally planned to spend Sunday and Monday in Spain, including a half-day of sightseeing in the south. Before leaving Spain Sunday, Obama called for greater tolerance, respect and understanding from police officers toward the people they are sworn to protect, as well as from individuals who think the police are too heavy-handed and intolerant, particularly toward people of color.

Author: 0 Chilcot report: Unrepentant Blair defends decision to go to war

The Chilcot Inquiry's 2.6 million words will be combed through for some time to come, especially by those who are suggesting that the bereaved families might yet seek legal action against Blair in the courts. Tony Blair has since said that he "accepts full responsibility.without exception, and without excuse", and as predicted, the media reaction to the report has been largely damning of the then-government's conduct.

Author: 0 Texas woman shot while protecting son says she'd march again

Taylor said everyone panicked and ran. Taylor said, in her opinion, the police were not all "out to get us" and that people should reserve judgment. She said she remembered seeing a "tall" "hefty" "white guy" "bald" officer. Police finally rushed Taylor and her son into a police auto "riddled with bullet holes", she recalled, reported the Dallas Morning News .

World Media Calls for calm as hundreds arrested in protests nationwide
Author: 0 Calls for calm as hundreds arrested in protests nationwide

Flanked by officers in uniform, Edwards said he didn't believe using riot gear to push protesters away from highway ramps was overly aggressive. According to police records obtained by The Advocate , DeRay was charged with "simple obstruction of a highway of commerce".