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World Media Trump holds tense talks with senate Republicans
Author: 0 Trump holds tense talks with senate Republicans

South Carolina's other senator, Republican Lindsey Graham, has said he will not be voting for Trump, and he did not attend Thursday's meeting. Another Republican who's shown great reluctance with Trump, Rep. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), who has said he couldn't support Trump after he proposed a ban on Muslims from entering the country. A Sasse spokesman said later that while the two had "a gracious exchange", the senator continues to believe that the 2016 election is "a dumpster fire".

Author: 0 Zakir Naik seeks support from Muslims on FB, Twitter against media trials

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan had yesterday said that Bangladesh's intelligence agencies were investigating the 50-year-old Naik's possible role in the attack. The enquiry follows mounting pressures from various quarters after Naik was accused of making inflammatory speeches which allegedly inspired the recent Bangladesh terror attacks.

Author: 0 Dallas police targeted again, headquarters locked down

Dallas Police Chief David O Brown said Johnson told negotiators before he was killed that he was acting alone and was unaffiliated with any group. That's legal in Texas, he said, but once the shooting began, those people "were suspects". Police eventually killed him by sending in a bomb-toting robot .

Author: 0 Zimbabwe sees a nationwide strike in protest over 'economic collapse'

Zimbabwe hasn't benefited from finance from the International Monetary Fund or other traditional, international creditors since 1999 due to a build up of arrears, barring the country from receiving further support. In May, the government tried to reintroduce bond notes to replace American dollars, but the public has shown little confidence in the notes. "People do not want tailor-made solutions to social and political problems".

World Media Lawyer says gun not race sparked shooting
Author: 0 Lawyer says gun not race sparked shooting

Brown said it wasn't clear what Johnson had been trying to write but that investigators are trying to figure it out. The demonstrations were part of nationwide protests over the fatal police shootings of two black men this week in Louisiana and Minnesota.

Author: 0 No. 2 Murray narrows gap to No. 1 Djokovic in ATP rankings

Great Britains Andy Murray clinched a second Wimbledon title and third Grand Slam crown on Sunday when he downed Milos Raonic of Canada 6-4, 7-6 (7/3), 7-6 (7/2). I feel like this was sort of more for myself more than anything, and my team as well. But Murray has thrived, with a counter-punching, defensive game and sublime returns of serve.

Author: 0 Japan coalition scores bigger-than-expected election win

Abe set a win-or-lose line at 61 seats, or a majority of the 121 being contested, for the ruling camp. Japan's voters on Sunday helped Prime Minister Shinzo Abe move closer to securing the lawmaker support he needs to revise a pacifist constitution that USA occupiers created in 1947.

World Media Newt Gingrich confirms he's being vetted for Donald Trump's VP
Author: 0 Newt Gingrich confirms he's being vetted for Donald Trump's VP

The image of Clinton with a Star of David and pile of cash that Trump tweeted on Saturday was created by American white supremacists, the mic.news website reported. Trump said he was not at all mad at his social media director, Dan Scavino, who posted the tweet. Trump pointed out that Scavino's wife is Jewish. I hate Saddam Hussein.

Author: 0 Trump campaign raised Dollars 51 million in June

Sen. Bob Corker has removed himself from consideration as Donald Trump's running mate but said he would be open to serving in Trump's administration should the presumptive GOP nominee win the presidency. As reported by Heavy.com , Trump said in defense of his tweet that he is not anti-Semitic, as his daughter Ivanka and his stepson and grandchildren are Jewish.

Author: 0 Sources tell NH1 News Sanders will join Clinton at Tuesday's Portsmouth rally

Soon after Clinton unveiled her plan, Sanders praised the steps taken by the Clinton campaign. The fight to get more explicit platform language around wages showed the Vermont senator's campaign still fighting for the liberal issues that made up his "political revolution" even as his clout fades.

Author: 0 Britain set to have first woman as PM since Margaret Thatcher

The Times published the article this morning (9 July), hitting home how personal the candidate is prepared to make the Tory leadership contest after she commented the home secretary must be "really sad" not to have children. "We should now move as quickly as possible to ensure Theresa May can take over as leader". And on the most important democratic decision facing Britain for decades - whether or not to remain in the European Union - she chose to keep her head down.

World Media Airport attackers were from Russia, Central Asia
Author: 0 Airport attackers were from Russia, Central Asia

But he said Turkey "has the power, determination and capacity to continue the fight against terrorism until the end". Even as Turkey still reeled from the violence, the assault on one of the world's busiest airports - and a symbol of Turkey's modern economy - threatened to propel the country into an even wider war with the jihadists.

Author: 0 North Korea makes more threats, these over US missile system

And the joint American-South Korean deployment of the THAAD system - which will see the missile defence apparatus operational by the end of next year - comes a day after the US Treasury blacklisted dictator Kim Jong-Un for human rights abuses.

Author: 0 Rajnath Singh orders thorough probe into Zakir Naik's speeches

Responding to media persons query, Singh said, "we have taken cognisance of Zakir Naik's speeches and necessary instructions have been issued in this regard". "If you listen to my talks, you will never ever find in any of them that I have condoned terrorism or killing of an innocent human being", he added. "He has always denounced terrorism and terrorist activities", IUML leader E.T.

Author: 0 China holds combat drill in the South China Sea

The People's Daily editorial comes as Beijing ramps up efforts to assert its stance ahead of a ruling by an worldwide tribunal in a case filed by the Philippines challenging China's claims to most of the South China Sea. The US State Department confirmed that Kerry had spoken to Wang. The Philippines has asked the tribunal to rule on a number of issues, particularly on the validity of China's nine-dash line and on the maritime entitlements generated by various land features in the South ...

World Media Shabab attack on Somali base kills 10 soldiers
Author: 0 Shabab attack on Somali base kills 10 soldiers

Somali forces specially trained under the Armed Forces, the service should be everywhere and Somalia to fight Al Shabaab. The assault on a base 50 kilometres outside Mogadishu was part of the group's campaign to try to topple the Western-backed government and impose its own strict interpretation of Islam.

Author: 0 Indian PM in Kenya on Last Leg of 4-Nation African Tour

Earlier on Monday, Modi laid a wreath at the mausoleum of Kenya's first President Jomo Kenyatta. "Kenya is a valued friend and trusted partner of India", Modi said. "Despite this, it is commendable that they have been able to preserve their culture", he said to rapturous cheers from a crowd of over 20,000 people.

Author: 0 Landmark ruling on South China Sea

In such a scenario, the Philippines, and other claimant nations can only negotiate effectively with China if it "manages to leverage the outcome of the arbitration case". Singapore's Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said last month that the ruling could have implications beyond the South China Sea and "we cannot subscribe to the principle that might is right".

Author: 0 Anthony in Response to Philando Castile Shooting

Rep. Roger Williams, a Republican from Texas, said the "spread of misinformation and constant instigation by prominent leaders, including our president, have contributed to the modern day hostility we are witnessing between the police and those they serve".

Author: 0 Israeli forces storm Aqsa Mosque for third day in row

Jordanian Minister of State for Media Affairs Mohammad Momani called on on Israel to immediately halt the unjustified violations, and to respect the status quo as an occupying power in the Palestinian territory , which includes East Jerusalem's Old City where the mosque stands, Jordanian media quoted him as saying.

World Media Saudi King vows to hit back at extremists after Medina blast
Author: 0 Saudi King vows to hit back at extremists after Medina blast

No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attacks but their nature and their apparently coordinated timing suggested the militant Islamic State (IS) group could be to blame. Meanwhile, the Foreign Affairs Ministry has confirmed that no Malaysians were involved in the explosion in Medina. The ministry said the deadly Medina attack occurred during sunset prayers after which Muslims break their Ramadan fast.

Author: 0 Sanders to endorse Clinton if she moves left on healthcare, other policies

Nonetheless, a 58% majority of those who preferred Sanders expect the Democratic Party to come together in support of Clinton. In a speech to supporters last month, Sanders vowed to help Clinton defeat Republican Donald Trump in the November 8 election but did not end his campaign.

Author: 0 Zika death in Utah may be the first in continental US

The officials said they found out about the case by checking death certificates. A woman last month delivered a baby with Zika-related microcephaly , a birth defect in which the newborn's head is abnormally small and the brain not completely developed.

Author: 0 Controversial GMO labeling bill poised to pass in Senate

But as Harvest Public Media's Peggy Lowe reports, it's still a food fight. Recently, the Senate passed the GMO labeling agreement put forth by Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts and Ranking Member Debbie Stabenow, by a vote of 63 to 30.

Author: 0 UN's Ban tells China civil society, free media are crucial

Gary Ross said, "the United Sates will abide by established worldwide standards as highlighted in our confidence building measure, and expect China to do the same". Years earlier, former Philippine president Benigno Aquino III also said joint exploration is possible as long as Philippine laws prevail. China frequently blames the USA for stirring up trouble in the South China Sea, where its territorial claims overlap in parts with Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan.

Author: 0 LA firefighters, amusing or Die host show fireworks safety is no joke

According to the National Fire Protection Association, thousands of people are injured while using consumer fireworks every July 4th holiday. Comstock said most people think sparklers are innocuous, but he has seen as many or more injuries caused by sparklers than any other type of fireworks , especially in small children.

World Media FBI Director Testifies Before Congress About Recommendation Not to Charge Hillary Clinton
Author: 0 FBI Director Testifies Before Congress About Recommendation Not to Charge Hillary Clinton

Apparently baffled by such a specific response to a vague question, Chaffetz said that he would ask the FBI to investigate whether Clinton lied to Congress. "By branding Clinton's use of unauthorized servers to send and receive sensitive - and in some cases top secret - information as 'extremely careless, ' Comey gave Clinton's critics plenty of ammunition", Fox News reported .

Author: 0 Pokemon Go could be coming to the HoloLens in the future

If you've already managed to install the game you've probably come across server delay screens already Well, that's the culprit. In response, developer Niantic who made the game along with Nintendo and The Pokemon Company, announced plans to withhold the game release in other countries for now.

Author: 0 Japan's ruling coalition wins election, promises revival

Final counts show that Abe's coalition, like-minded parties and independents have won two-third majority. While Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party is seeking a mandate for his leadership by emphasizing his economic revitalization policies, several opposition parties are coordinating a negative campaign, cautioning voters that a landslide for Abe would give him an upper hand to revise the pacifist post-World War II constitution.

Author: 0 Japanese election: Shinzo Abe declares victory

Sure, his coalition has over two-thirds of the parliamentary seats, which is needed for constitutional amendment, but his Liberal Democratic Party failed in its bid to win an absolute majority, for the first time since 1989. Some analysts see 78 as a magic number — the number of seats that would give the ruling coalition a two-thirds majority in the upper house. Abe said Sunday that the victory showed widespread support for his economic policies, dubbed Abenomics, a combination of loose ...

World Media Nigel Farage QUITS as Ukip leader, declaring: 'I've done my bit'
Author: 0 Nigel Farage QUITS as Ukip leader, declaring: 'I've done my bit'

He's led the party for the last eight years, but has stood down twice before - in 2009 and again last year. This is not the first time the 52-year-old has resigned as leader. In March, Ms Evans was suspended for six months when she was accused of disloyalty. I stand aside aside. Farage asserted that the next Prime Minister should be a candidate who backed the campaign to leave the EU.