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World Media Germany Sex Assaults Were Worse Than Thought
Author: 0 Germany Sex Assaults Were Worse Than Thought

But numbers that are now emerging are likely to shock a country still coming to terms with what happened in Cologne more than half a year ago. The German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung and other German broadcasters published a leaked police document Sunday that shed some light on the details surrounding the mass sex crimes, according to The Washington Post .

Author: 0 Turkey-Israel Reconciliation Leaves Many Unhappy; Erdogan Lashes Out at Flotilla Organizers

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said on Wednesday that the ministers voted seven to three to restore full diplomatic ties with Turkey. "The deal will see Israel apologize for the 2010 attack on an aid flotilla travelling to Gaza , in which 10 Turkish nationals were killed by Israeli commandoes, compensations for the victims' families and a minor easing of Israel's blockade of the Palestinian territory", Al Jazeera reported.

Author: 0 Two-State Israeli-Palestinian Solution Slipping Away: UN Official

Ashrawi said that the recent report of the International Quartet for Middeast Peace "encouraged Israel to do so because it equals the victim with the executioner and ignored all laws and international resolutions". "A good example, just 24 hours after the release of the Quartet report (on Friday), the governorate of Hebron with its population of around 700,000 people is under total military siege".

Author: 0 Israel And Turkey To Renormalize Relations After Six Years

They also plan to begin talks over gas exports from Israel to Turkey. Meanwhile Goren believes that in spite of the deal, differences between Turkey and Israel will remain, especially on the Palestinian issue. According to the agreement, Israel promised Turkey that it would relax the Gaza blockade, but will keep it imposed on the ground and sea in order to prevent Hamas from smuggling more arms from overseas.

Author: 0 Australian PM to decide cabinet following election win

SYDNEY - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's conservative coalition will win enough seats to govern in its own right after a cliffhanger July 2 election, according to Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) projections on Monday.

Author: 0 Clinton campaign confirms Sanders to endorse her

Trump's biggest nightmare has become a reality as the Hillary Clinton campaign and Bernie Sanders have announced that they will be campaigning together in New Hampshire. Sanders has faced criticism from Democrats after continuing to delay his endorsement of the presumptive Democratic nominee. "This disastrous deal would make it easier for multi-national corporations to ship jobs overseas, harm the environment, undermine democracy and increase prescription drug prices for some of the most ...

Author: 0 Obama says US 'not as divided as some have suggested'

Of the 8,400 U.S. troops that will remain in Afghanistan next year, 6,700 will be devoted to the Resolute Support Mission, U.S. General Curtis Scaparrotti, NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe, told reporters at the NATO summit Saturday.

Author: 0 US Navy Destroyers Patrol Near China's Man-Made Islands in South China Sea

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warned US Secretary of State John Kerry that Washington should not do anything that would harm China's "sovereignty and security interests". However, the United States has boosted its military presence in the region. He urged the U.S. to honor its commitment to not taking sides on issues related to sovereign disputes, be prudent with its actions and words, and not to take any actions that infringe upon China's sovereignty and security interests.

Author: 0 U.S. to Send 560 More Troops to Iraq, Defense Secretary Announces

Iraqi forces have been moving toward Mosul from the south and the airfield was considered a key objective, since it will serve as a base from which to support the attack on the city. U.S. officials said Carter would meet Abadi, Defense Minister Khaled al-Obaidi and U.S. Army Lieutenant General Sean MacFarland, the head of the U.S.

World Media Nintendo shares soar on Pokémon Go knockout
Author: 0 Nintendo shares soar on Pokémon Go knockout

Pokemon GO may not prove an immediate boost to Nintendo's bottom line: it is free and Nintendo is not the sole investor or creator. Just a week ago when the Pokemon Go was launched, the game commands more mindshare for each users than apps like WhatsApp or Snapchat.

Author: 0 Dallas on edge as police respond to city-wide threat

He also encouraged Americans to "stand up" to support police officers. In Dallas , authorities received an anonymous threat Saturday, prompting police to tighten up security. He shut down questions about the wisdom of using explosives to kill Johnson, saying he doesn't give much credence to sideline critics. "As tough, as hard, as depressing as the loss of life this week was, we've got a foundation to build on", he said.

World Media South China Sea Ruling: Who Will Write The Rules In Disputed Region?
Author: 0 South China Sea Ruling: Who Will Write The Rules In Disputed Region?

Tensions between China and its neighbours in the sea have at times flared into open conflict including in 1988 when Vietnam and China fought a naval battle on Johnson Reef in the Spratly Islands which killed about 70 Vietnamese. In fact, it was China that tried in vain to engage in meaningful dialogue with the Philippines. But while the island-building will nearly certainly continue, Beijing may backdown on its increasingly assertive approach in the South China Sea, and even respond to talks ...

Author: 0 Castile inquiry receives top priority in Minnesota

Paul cop shot him. Many pointed out that the organization failed to even mention the names of the victims, particularly Castile who was legally carrying a gun in his auto, and according to his girlfriend, was trying to tell police he had a license to carry before he was shot.

World Media Gunfire Hits San Antonio Police HQ, Suspect Being Sought
Author: 0 Gunfire Hits San Antonio Police HQ, Suspect Being Sought

Police say several officers inside the department heard gunshots hitting the building last night. Police later released a general description of a suspect, who was wearing an orange shirt and navy blue jeans. "We are not going to allow our officers to be targets". Since the shooting in Dallas on Thursday, police agencies nationwide have added security measures.

Author: 0 U.K. Prime Minister Race Uncontested As Andrea Leadsom Withdraws

One of two candidates to become the U.K.'s next prime minister has withdrawn from the race, leaving Theresa May in line to be the country's next leader. Leadsom told Monday's Daily Telegraph newspaper that she believed that having children has "no bearing on the ability to be PM". She has said Britain needs time to work out its negotiating strategy and should not initiate formal divorce proceedings before the end of the year, but has also emphasised that "Brexit means Brexit".

Author: 0 Spring's Simone Biles makes US Olympic Gymnastics team

She will try and hold onto that lead beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET. Douglas, however, isn't letting that stand in her way. She ranked in the top four on three events, including posting the best beam scores of the competition. There was a lot of gymnastics over the weekend, but it ended exactly how most expected it. "We were very much decided on four", said Karolyi, "but then the fifth place was between Gabby and Ashton Locklear".

Author: 0 What Pepe said about Cristiano Ronaldo following Portugal's Euro 2016 victory

Maybe later I can feel proud, but for now it's about the group. "I'll need some time to digest this, just like the players". "Antoine is a great player and we owe him a lot", Deschamps said. "And I did it. Thank God, things went well for us". Ronaldo had been floored by a heavy challenge from France's Dimitri Payet in the eighth minute of the game.

World Media 'I'm not a Blairite, Brownite or Corbynista', says Eagle
Author: 0 'I'm not a Blairite, Brownite or Corbynista', says Eagle

Lawmakers had hoped Mr Corbyn would resign to prevent him from standing in any leadership vote. Mr Corbyn is facing a leadership challenge, after scores of Labour frontbenchers resigned in the wake of the referendum's Brexit vote, and a motion of no confidence in Mr Corbyn by his MPs was backed by 172 votes to 40.

Author: 0 Dallas chief: Gunman taunted police, wrote in blood

However, some were concerned by the manner in which the police ended a standoff with 25-year-old Micah X Johnson, the suspect behind the shooting. The suspect who killed five police officers in Dallas last week had prepared a larger assault on law enforcement, the city's police chief has said.

Author: 0 Mumbai police forms special team to probe Zakir Naik's speeches

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that necessary orders have been issued to analyse and act appropriately on Zakir Naik's "objectionable" speeches. "The Home Ministry is most welcome to go through all my speeches". They told me that they do not believe I inspired these terrorists to do this act of killing innocent people.

Author: 0 Stocks and bond yields sink as growth fears set in

But the EU institutions - the European Commission, the Council, and the Parliament -didn't expect the "Leave" campaign to triumph, and as a result, EU policymakers are detached from the sentiment of both British citizens and residents of the member states.

World Media Angela Eagle launches leadership challenge to Jeremy Corbyn
Author: 0 Angela Eagle launches leadership challenge to Jeremy Corbyn

She also took a swipe at one of Mr Corbyn's key messages to Labour voters previous year, declaring: "A kinder politics must be a reality, not just an empty slogan". "You have to lead in parliament as well", Eagle said. Angela Eagle voted in favour of the invasion of Iraq, unlike Jeremy Corbyn . The former shadow cabinet minister - the most senior MP to resign in the revolt against Mr Corbyn - said he is "not a leader" and accused him of "hiding behind a closed door" in denial of the ...

World Media North Korea conducts submarine-launched ballistic missile test firing
Author: 0 North Korea conducts submarine-launched ballistic missile test firing

THAAD can shoot down short, medium and intermediate ballistic missiles at incredible speed and altitude, and has been used by the USA for years to protect its military units. North Korea rejects the sanctions as infringement of its sovereignty and its right to space exploration. North Korea vowed to "physically" respond to the deployment of a USA anti-missile defense system in South Korea, a first remark from Pyongyang regarding THAAD since a decision was announced on Friday.

World Media Turkish winger joins West Ham on loan
Author: 0 Turkish winger joins West Ham on loan

The 24-year-old has experience in England, having played at Chelsea in his youth, but it was his previous experience under Bilic which appears to have sealed the deal. The Turkish worldwide is West Ham's third signing of the summer, along with Havard Nordtveit and Sofiane Feghouli who joined from Borussia Mönchengladbach and Valencia respectively.

Author: 0 Australian PM inches ahead in poll count

Instead, it has left Turnbull's authority in tatters less than a year after he ousted then prime minister Tony Abbott in a party-room coup with a promise of stable government. Turnbull's disastrous polling has led to attacks from inside and outside his party after he called elections in both houses of parliament in an attempt to settle a querulous upper house Senate that had repeatedly blocked industrial relations bills.

Author: 0 Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton wins British Grand Prix

Defending world champion Lewis Hamilton crowd-surfed his way into the record books after a fearless display ensured a hat-trick of consecutive victories at the British Grand Prix. After overtaking the Mercedes as the Silverstone circuit dried out following a pre-race downpour, Verstappen then lost time running wide at Turn One before being overtaken by Rosberg at Stowe with ten laps remaining.

Author: 0 US Airstrikes Kill 250 ISIS Fighters Outside Fallujah

The US-led coalition, which first launched air strikes on the Islamists in Iraq last August, claims to have destroyed 565 IS targets in 106 air raids over the last week. After tough battles to breach IS defences in south Fallujah, elite Iraqi forces conquered the rest of the city with relative ease. "The goal was not to take over the town of Al Bukamal but to engage Daesh in the deserts.

Author: 0 Britain to send additional 50 military troops to Afghanistan

Allies would provide the remaining $1bn. Last month, Obama sent a report on United States troop levels to Congress under the War Powers Resolution. As the USA and other allies reduced troop levels in recent years, and increasingly turned over security responsibilities to Afghan forces, violence has increased across the country, with the Taliban capturing territory and launching attacks on the capital Kabul.

World Media THAAD Air Defense System Deployment in S Korea Not Against China, Russia
Author: 0 THAAD Air Defense System Deployment in S Korea Not Against China, Russia

The system is reported to have the capability to intercept North Korea's ballistic missiles , which could possibly be equipped with nuclear warheads, at higher-altitudes compared to current missile defense systems in South Korea such as the Patriot Advanced Capability-2 (PAC-2), lessening the chance of North Korean missile striking South Korea , should such an attack happen.

Author: 0 Javadekar takes charge of HRD Ministry

Speaking to NDTV, Guha said, "She (Irani) has proved disastrous as education minister, a risky combination of arrogance and ignorance", adding that Prakash Javadekar (who has now been given Irani's charge) is, in comparison, more respectful and consultative.

Author: 0 Bernie Sanders Will Endorse Hillary Clinton at Event Next Week

Hunt for PBS's " Charlie Rose " program, Sanders said he "would be pleased" if Clinton picked Elizabeth Warren as her vice presidential nominee. Republicans have even lower approval of their candidate, Donald Trump, than Democrats do of theirs, with only 40 percent satisfied with him as their choice for president.

World Media Dhaka cafe attack survivor dies after 'torture'
Author: 0 Dhaka cafe attack survivor dies after 'torture'

An Indian diplomat preferring anonymity said Biswal herself sought the meeting with Shringla. They focused on Bangladesh's bilateral relations with the United States and the security situation. She said she was "confident that the government of Bangladesh will do its utmost to bring those responsible for this cowardly attack to justice so that such attacks are not repeated in future".